Top five articles for May

Few surprises that these were the most read articles in May for Boy in the Bands.

  1. Where is Meadville Lombard going?Like other–perhaps all–Unitarian Universalist ministers, I got an email from the Rev. Lee Barker, the president of Meadville Lombard Theological School . . . .
  2. Buying US-made clothing, so far“. Ms. Theologian is talking about not buying clothes from China. I’ve written at length about my hunt for US-made, union-made, non-sweatshop-made clothing.
  3. “Why Starr King?”. This may be my Southern and East Coast associations showing, in my twenty-plus years of being a Unitarian Universalist, Starr King School for the Ministry has always been “that school.”
  4. Banning someone on WordPressThough I have had pointed disagreements with several persons on this blog, I have only banned one person from commenting and participating . . . .
  5. Has the Episcopal Church jumped the shark?Gutter newspaper and television has made some hay about Jim McGreevey . . . .

The top three outstripped the others and all other posts.

By Scott Wells

Scott Wells, 46, is a Universalist Christian minister doing Universalist theology and church administration hacks in Washington, D.C.

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