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Unitarian Universalism

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A religious association of Christian origin that has no official creed and that considers God to be unipersonal, salvation to be granted to the entire human race, and reason and conscience to be the criteria for belief and practice.

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  • proper noun A religion which encourages theological liberalism and an individual search for truth and the adherents of which draw on many different theological sources and have a wide range of beliefs and practices.

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  • Now retired from twenty-six years of co-ministry with his wife, the Rev. Donna Morrison-Reed, the Rev. Mark Morrison-Reed, 59, spends his time researching, writing, teaching, and guest preaching-largely about Afro-Americans in "the movement," as he calls Unitarian Universalism, the faith he grew up in.

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  • Unitarian Universalism, which is good stewardship of our life resources of time and talent and money.

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  • We may be finding some good essays about why people should financially support our liberal faith tradition called Unitarian Universalism, but the guidelines themselves tell a deeper and more important story - our faith tradition has been left behind by the 21st century.

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  • We may be finding some good essays about why people should financially support our liberal faith tradition called Unitarian Universalism, but the guidelines themselves tell a deeper and more important story - our faith tradition has been left behind by the 21st century.

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  • What does that mean for a "non-liturgical" tradition such as Unitarian Universalism?

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  • Unitarian Universalism doesn't require kneeling, submission, or devotion to any dogma; however, we do keep an open mind, and according to the seven principles, turning someone away is against what we believe.

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  • Unitarian Universalism doesn't require kneeling, submission, or devotion to any dogma; however, we do keep an open mind, and according to the seven principles, turning someone away is against what we believe.

    Amy Shiner: Spirituality Meet Leather

  • Unitarian Universalism doesn't require kneeling, submission, or devotion to any dogma; however, we do keep an open mind, and according to the seven principles, turning someone away is against what we believe.

    Amy Shiner: Spirituality Meet Leather

  • Unitarian Universalism doesn't require kneeling, submission, or devotion to any dogma; however, we do keep an open mind, and according to the seven principles, turning someone away is against what we believe.

    Amy Shiner: Spirituality Meet Leather

  • The clergy represents Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Unitarian Universalism and seven denominations of Christianity.

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