Risky Business: Faith Without Certainty

The condition of “doubt” in the sense of “uncertainty” or “open-endedness” is core to liberal religion. In contrast with fundamentalism, liberalism asserts that religious truth is not fixed and theology is informed by the current, reasoned knowledge about the world. Such a fluid approach to theology and religion may feel risky. What role does doubt and risk play in your life as a Unitarian Universalist?