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  Kids.net.au - Encyclopedia Unitarian Universalism -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Unitarian Universalism (UU) is a liberal religious faith based in the United States that traces its roots to Universalist and Unitarian congregations.
Unitarian Universalists are very active in liberal political activism, notably the civil rights movement, the gay rights movement, the social justice movement[?], and the feminist movement.
Universalism was traditionally a doctrine emerging out of Christianity that rejected the doctrine of hell; instead, it believed that salvation was universal.
www.kidsseek.com /encyclopedia-wiki/un/Unitarian_Universalism   (1383 words)

 Unitarian Universalism at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
One observation made years ago about Unitarianism and Universalism, long before their merger, was that (paraphrase) "Universalists believe that God is too good to condemn man, while Unitarians believe that man is too good to be condemned by God."
The symbol of Unitarian Universalism is a flaming chalice.
Lyn Worthen, Salt Lake City, UT Unitarian Universalists believe that all life is sacred, all existence is interconnected, and that justice and compassion must be the foundation of our thoughts and deeds.
www.wiki.tatet.com /Unitarian_Universalism.html   (1768 words)

 Andover-Harvard Library - North American Unitarian Universalism Resources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Annals of the American Unitarian pulpit; or, Commemorative notices of distinguished clergymen of the Unitarian denomination in the United States, from its commencement to the close of the year eighteen hundred and fifty-five.
Because this publication is "ecclesiastically biased," Unitarians should be aware that "in all cases of church-parish splits [the author has] uniformly shown the church as the continuing Trinitarian body and the parish as the Unitarian body." Includes bibliographical references (pp.
Since this concordance was prepared prior to the publication of Emerson's complete sermons, the researcher who hopes to use this index must refer to the key on pp.704-709 to locate the sermon number in which the reference appears.
www.hds.harvard.edu /library/research/guides/uu/uu05.html   (2179 words)

 Unitarian Universalism - Our Faith
HUU is a lay-led church, affiliated with the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA).
Unitarian Universalists include members whose positions on faith may be derived from a variety of religious beliefs: Jewish, Christian, Buddhist, naturist, atheist, or agnostic.
An excellent resource for folks relatively new to UU and even for those who have been around for years, 100 Questions That Non-Members Ask About Unitarian Universalism is a comprehensive online guide to many questions people have.
www.huuweb.org /our_faith.htm   (347 words)

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