I'm hopping mad.
In a quotation given to the Washington Post for a story in yesterday's paper ("Unitarians Keep the Faith After Attack in Church") we have this from UUA public relations director Janet
Hay Hayes is quoted has saying:
The denomination considers itself "post-Christian," she said. "We include the teaching of Jesus and we appreciate the wisdom of the Bible, but we don't limit our sources of inspiration to the Christian faith."
I'll pass on the "the denomination considers itself" part as writer's shorthand for something we take with quite a bit of nuance. But "post-Christian" is a theological delimiter that singles out and minimizes Christians within Unitarian Universalism. It's not a term of pluralism but triumphalism, and has no place in the Unitarian Universalist Association's official communications.