Unitarian Universalist

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Unitarian Universalism

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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Unitar′ian Univer′salist

1. a member of a liberal religious denomination (Unitar′ian Univer′salist Associa`tion) formed in 1961 by the merger of the Unitarians and the Universalists.
2. of or pertaining to the Unitarian Universalists or their doctrines.
Unitar′ian Univer′salism, n.
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When parishioner Jennifer Griffith took over as Chair of the Investment Committee at the Unitarian Universalist First Parish Church of Cambridge, Massachusetts, she inherited oversight of the church's endowment.
The Unitarian Universalist Association's new president, William Sinkford, left no doubt about what his promise of "radical fellowship" would mean for the 220,000-member denomination.

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