Thanks for those who wrote me to say my quotation in the Religion News Service article by Shona Crabtree about the current Unitarian Universalist Association ad campaign with Time Magazine and time.com.
As some of you might guess, I’m not all sweetness and light and affirmation about that dreadful hybrid of editorial content and advertising known as the advertorial. It makes us look cheap and a bit suspect.
How exciting that you are starting a church in DC, Scott! I didn’t know that. Can you say more? I read you pretty regularly but must have missed that.
Actually, I’ve been holding it to my chest — details later; it explains some of the projects I’ve been brewing on the blog of late — but my professional plans came up in the interview.
Well, good for you! I’ll be patient and look forward to more, as you get ready to share it.
Yes, that’s very cool! And you sounded very reasonable in the quotation.
That provides an excellent ray of hope to two endangered traditions!
Run tell dat!
You go boy(in the bands)!
This concludes my gayest moment of the day (at least until I get home and watch Designing Women reruns).