Why Is Unitarian Universalism Declining U*Us?
Their Google search for -
Why is unitarian universalism declining
omitted the stereotypical Unitarian question mark, but none-the-less framed their free and responsible Google search of the interconnected web of the internet for the Truth and meaning of *WHY* Unitarian Universalism aka The Tiny Declining Fringe Religion™ is in fact declining.
Their Google search led them to my blog post titled -
Unitarian*Universalism aka The Tiny Declining Fringe Religion™ Is Tinier, Declinier, And Quite Possibly Fringier Than Ever
which ranked Number One in Google search results at the time that they ran that Google search. That TEA blog post led in turn to Donald Skinner's UU World article about the decline and fall of Unitarian Universalism titled -
UUA membership declines for second year
Forgive for saying -
"I told U*Us so"
but I would like to remind U*Us that I warned U*Us over a decade ago that they would decline if they did not clean up their act and deal responsibly with the anti-religious intolerance and bigotry that is all to pervasive within The U*U Movement.
That anti-religious intolerance and bigotry, or indeed less severe but none-the-less "less than pleasant" aka bothersome anti-religious prejudice or sentiment which makes God believing people in general, and Christians in particular. . . anything but genuinely welcome in U*U "Welcoming Congregations", may not be the *only* reason WHY Unitarian Universalism is in fact "a tiny, declining, fringe religion" but it was, and AFA*I*AC still is. . . a major contributing factor to the decline, and possible fall, of Unitarian Universalism in Canada and the United States of America, to say nothing of other parts of the world like Australia and the United Kingdom aka Great Britain. In fact it would seem that British Unitarians should be added to the endangered species list if what I am hearing about congregational membership statistics from British Unitarian clergy is true. Indeed a free and responsible search for the regrettable Truth and meaning of what some British U*U ministers are saying about declining membership figures would indicate that what Ralph Waldo Emerson once described as corpse-cold Unitarianism is all but officially extinct in Great Britain.