Unitarian Universalism


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Unitarian Universalism

n.
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.

Unitarian Universalist adj. & n.
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Fund for Unitarian Universalism: Makes grants to strengthen UU institutions and community life.
"I understand Unitarian Universalism to be a pluralist faith learning to practice grounded openness," wrote Price.
With around 1,000 congregations in the world, Unitarian Universalism is a liberal, forward-thinking, truth-seeking, humanist church.
However, he is rightly concerned that we have "secularized badly" because we "don't attend to the human need for community and ritual and inspiration that humans have traditionally received from religion." I've found an answer to this problem in Unitarian Universalism. I have been a leader in several UU congregations for over fifty years and have found there all the community, ritual, and inspiration I need.
Most of the interpreters hail from various Christian groups, but Judaism, Quakerism, and Unitarian Universalism are also represented.
The body of the book consists of an A to Z arrangement of essays on religions, from American Indian spirituality, the Baha'i faith, and three kinds of Buddhism, to Unitarian Universalism, Voodou and Afro-Atlantic religions, and Zoroastrianism--about 30 religions in all plus a couple dozen Protestant traditions.
And a few older traditions like Unitarian Universalism and Unity are evolving toward that sense of inclusiveness.
For those unfamiliar with Unitarian Universalism (UU), there is a joke that if a UU finds him or herself on a road where one turn is marked "To Heaven" and the other is marked "To a Discussion of Heaven," the UU will pick the second.
She provides links to her new-found faith within the church of Unitarian Universalism and to a site challenging the traditional interpretation of the biblical story of Sodom and Gomorrah."
Unitarian Universalism is a religion with Jewish-Christian roots.
Unitarian Universalism has Christian roots, but most members today do not regard themselves as Christian.
Awoman listed her interests as "unitarian universalism, euthanasia and looking after shy parakeets".

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