Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The affirmation of the unipersonality of the Deity; the denial of the doctrine of the Trinity, or (rarely) of polytheism; the doctrines of the Unitarians.
  • noun [lowercase] Any unitary system.
  • noun [lowercase] In philosophy, the doctrine that mind and matter are one, or that there is but one general kind of substance.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The doctrines of Unitarians.

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  • noun The belief in a single God, not divided into any aspects, particularly when presented as a contrast to Christian trinitarianism.

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  • noun Christian doctrine that stresses individual freedom of belief and rejects the Trinity

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Examples

  • Isaac Newton's anti-Trinitarianism in the news: How "unitarianism" is a doctrinal leftover that Unitarian Universalists cling to somewhat irrationally.

    Philocrites: Philocrites is signing off.

  • Isaac Newton's anti-Trinitarianism in the news: In which I suggest that anti-Trinitarianism "unitarianism" is a kind of doctrinal leftover in Unitarian Universalism that we cling to somewhat irrationally; with 36 comments.

    Philocrites: January 2008 Archives

  • Isaac Newton's anti-Trinitarianism in the news: In which I suggest that anti-Trinitarianism "unitarianism" is a kind of doctrinal leftover in Unitarian Universalism that we cling to somewhat irrationally; with 36 comments.

    Philocrites: My favorite Philocrites posts of 2007.

  • So I think it is historically misleading to say that Channing and his peers were rallying to "unitarianism" when I think one can more successfully make the case that they were rallying to a liberal and broad-minded Christianity.

    Philocrites: Does Unitarianism require unitarianism?

  • So I think it is historically misleading to say that Channing and his peers were rallying to "unitarianism" when I think one can more successfully make the case that they were rallying to a liberal and broad-minded Christianity.

    Philocrites: July 2004 Archives

  • Very few Unitarians or Universalists treated "unitarianism" or "universalism" as their religion.

    Philocrites: Making it up.

  • Very few Unitarians or Universalists treated "unitarianism" or "universalism" as their religion.

    Philocrites: July 2002 Archives

  • The Progressives' unitarianism in opposing economic injustice has broadened in our day into a trinitarianism that focuses on concerns of race, class and gender, producing a host of studies treating the Founders' "sexism," "homophobia" and "racism."

    The Visionary Generation

  • On the unitarianism of Jehovah's Witnesses and the Biblical Unitarians.

    Philocrites: Philocrites is signing off.

  • One thing that makes this when “unitarianism” becomes “Unitarianism” hard to determine exactly is that U/unitarians are loath to recognize formalities as a matter of theological doctrine!

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Voting, Religion, and Public Officials:

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