Rain Without Thunder And Lighting

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First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston says
Frederick Douglass wrote that wanting justice, but being afraid of conflict was like wanting rain without thunder and lightning, or wanting crops to grow without disturbing the ground. So much injustice that we see in our world is fueled by harmful religious ideas, yet we want to respect a diversity of faith traditions. How can we confront harmful religious ideas while still respecting the people who hold them? How much thunder and lightning can we tolerate for the nourishing rain of justice? Randy Partain preaching.
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By: First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston

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