Congregations and resources in this section are Unitarian, Universalist, and-or Unitarian Universalist. Unitarianism historically developed from a critique of the Trinity as non-Biblical, and from a critique of the doctrine of original sin. In the 16th century belief in a unity of God (not a Trinity) and a single, human nature (not dual or divine nature) of Jesus led to the creation of Unitarian churches in Transylvania (Romania and Hungary) and in Poland. In the US and Great Britain the Unitarian Associations were both founded in 1825. Universalism is a religious faith incorporating many tenets of Christianity, but not exclusively Christian. It believes in universal salvation, or, as it is now generally stated, in the eternal progress of all souls. Unitarianism and Universalism Religion and Spirituality Society.
Unitarian Universalism is a liberal religion characterized by a "free and responsible search for truth and meaning ". (wikipedia)
- Wikipedia: Unitarian Universalism is a liberal religion characterized by a "free and responsible search for truth and meaning". Unitarian Universalists assert no creed, but instead are unified by their shared search for spiritual growth. As such, their congregations include many atheists, agnostics, and theists within their membership. The roots of Unitarian Universalism lie in liberal Christianity, specifically Unitarianism and Universalism. Unitarian Universalists state that from these traditions comes a deep regard for intellectual freedom and inclusive love. Congregations and members seek inspiration and derive insight from all major world religions.
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- Postchristianity - Postchristianity is the loss of the primacy of the Christian worldview in political affairs, especially in the Global North where Christianity had previously flourished, in favor of alternative worldviews such as secularism or nationalism.
- United and uniting churches - A united church, also called a uniting church, is a church formed from the merger or other form of union of two or more different Protestant denominations.
- United Church of Christ - The United Church of Christ is a mainline Protestant Christian denomination, with historical confessional roots in the Reformed, Congregational and evangelical Protestant traditions, and "with over 5,000 churches and nearly one million members".
- A Unitarian Universalism - Beliefnet.com www
A multifaith website, Universalism - Beliefnet.com, providing information, essays and articles, online community and other interactive resources about Unitarian Universalism. Unitarian Universalism - Beliefnet.com.
- Provides UUism Networks www
Provides discount web hosting and internet services for Unitarian Universalist organizations and webmasters. UUism Networks.
- Frequently Our Unitarian Universalist Faith www
Frequently asked questions about Unitarian Universalism. Our Unitarian Universalist Faith.
- Located The Virtual Circle www
Located in Fort Lauderdale, Virtual Circle, Florida. Open circles, study groups, an email newsletter and labyrinth walking are available. The Virtual Circle.
- A CUUPS Twin Cities www
A community celebrating the Sacred Cosmos in Minneapolis, Twin Cities, MN (USA) offering a Pagan "Sunday school" for children, public rituals, and adult classes. CUUPS Twin Cities.
- A The International Unofficial Unitarian Jihad www
A LiveJournal community, International Unofficial Unitarian Jihad, formed in response to a humorous article by columnist Jon Carroll, that consists of Unitarian Universalists and like-minded people who are interested in social issues, activism, and humor. The International Unofficial Unitarian Jihad.
- Here's UUS-L Mailing List FAQ and Archive www
Here's information about UUS-L, Mailing List FAQ and Archive, the oldest UU discussion mailing list. Although frequently contentious, and a skewed intro to UUism, UUS-L is a great place for the thick-skinned to debate UU-related topics. UUS-L Mailing List FAQ and Archive.
- An Church of the Larger Fellowship www
An online virtual congregation of Unitarian Universalists found all over the world. Church of the Larger Fellowship.
- Chapter Abraham Lincoln: Deist and Admirer of Thomas Paine www
Chapter from the book "Religious Beliefs of Our Presidents, Lincoln: Deist and Admirer of Thomas Paine," by Franklin Steiner (1936). Relates opinions of Lincoln's friends and biographers regarding the nature of his belief. Abraham Lincoln: Deist and Admirer of Thomas Paine.
- Definition, ReligiousTolerance.org: Deism www
Definition, Deism, history, quotes, and bibliography. ReligiousTolerance.org: Deism.
- Serves Joseph Priestley District www
Serves congregations in Delaware, Priestley District, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, eastern Pennsylvania, and northern Virginia. Joseph Priestley District.
- Serves Pacific Central District www
Serves congregations in northern California, Central District, Hawaii, and northern Nevada. Pacific Central District.
- Annotated Unitarian Universalists in Science Fiction www
Annotated list of science fiction novels and stories with UU characters or references. Universalists in Science Fiction. Also, UU authors of science fiction. Unitarian Universalists in Science Fiction.
- Annotated The Unitarian Universalist Tradition: A Basic Research and Reading List www
Annotated list of print and Internet resources, Unitarian Universalist Tradition: A Basic Research and Reading List, prepared for the Harvard Divinity School community by Andover-Harvard Theological Library. The Unitarian Universalist Tradition: A Basic Research and Reading List.
- Online Serenity Beach www
Online spiritual retreat for encouragement, Beach, healing, spiritual growth. Serenity Beach.
- Online Belief System Selector www
Online questionnaire that rates religions by their compatibility with your beliefs. Belief System Selector.
- Alexa: Unitarianism and Universalism Religion and
Alexa Directory Top Sites: Unitarianism and Universalism Religion and
- DMOZ: Unitarianism and Universalism Religion and
dmoz.org Directory: Unitarianism and Universalism Religion and