With the summer research period starting to wind down, it’s time to get some of the regular features here at Transient and Permanent back on track. In other words, it’s trivia time!
This week’s trivia question takes a look at the current UUA hymnal, Singing the Living Tradition. This hymnal offers the most diverse collection of song and reading sources that Unitarian-Universalists have ever produced. One measure of this diversity is how many of the inclusions come from religions other than Unitarianism/Universalism/Christianity, the direct tap-roots of the denomination.
Since this blog also has an interest in Buddhism, especially where it intersects with UUism, this week’s trivia question is: how many songs and readings in Singing the Living Tradition come from Buddhist sources?
Extra credit if you can list them.