Rev. Quasar and
Rev. McFadden at a Revival
currently in training to be a Minister. Because the process of Ordainment
into the ULC is quite easy, and indeed, fast, it leaves much of the
education to the individual. This is done intentionally by the ULC
as they feel you should believe whatever you wish. That is, to create
your own covenant with God. Or the Goddess. Or the Great Spirit. Or
Krishna. Or Random Chance. Whoever or whatever it is that you have
as a spiritual practice. The Ministers who run the ULC are into the
Christian flavor of spirituality, but welcome people of all faiths.
shares many of the sentiments of the ULC, and teaches his own brand
of tolerant, do-it-yourself spirituality. Morally, Rev. Quasar uses
the Wide Version of the Golden Rule as a guide: "Treat people
how you want to be treated, even if they are different from you."
believes that what we "should" or "should not"
do is written on our hearts. It may be written down in a book somewhere,
but the author got the information just the same as you can. They
asked their heart. They had some version of the Golden Rule as their
guide and they asked their heart. The hardest thing is that it is