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Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Title and imprint varies Report year for ends June 30 (July 1); , Aug. 31 Merged with: American Unitarian Association. Annual report, to form: Unitarian year book and Annual report : Unitarian Books Showing of 67 A Chosen Faith: An Introduction to Unitarian Universalism (Paperback) by. John A. Buehrens (shelved 4 times as unitarian) avg rating — ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read. Unitarian year book (OCoLC) Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper: All Authors / Contributors: American Unitarian Association. OCLC Number: Notes: Title and imprint varies. Description: 44 volumes ; 21 cm. Year-book of the Unitarian Congregational churches, for (OCoLC) Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper: All Authors / Contributors: American Unitarian Association. OCLC Number: Notes: Title and imprint varies. Description: 37 volumes ; 20 cm. Series Title: Annual series (American Unitarian Association) Other Titles.
In , Unitarian minister William Ellery Channing delivered a sermon called “Unitarian Christianity” and helped to give the Unitarians a strong platform. Six years later the American Unitarian Association was organized in Boston, Massachusetts. Universalism developed in America in at least three distinct geographical locations. A. Francis Ellingwood Abbot (–) – Unitarian minister who led a group that attempted to liberalize the Unitarian constitution and preamble. He later helped found the Free Religious Association.; Abigail Adams (–) – women's rights advocate and first Second Lady and the second First Lady of the United States; James Luther Adams (–) – Unitarian theologian. Unitarian Universalism. Explores the century-long "courtship" between Unitarianism and Universalism, follows Unitarian Universalism through the 50 years of its existence, and ends with some personal comments on what its future might hold. () A Mixing Gesture. A sermon by the Rev. Dr. Susan Ritchie delivered on Oct 6, at First UU San. The first church to declare itself Unitarian was the Episcopalian King's Chapel in Boston, which revised its Book of Common Prayer in to remove all trinitarian forms. Thomas Jefferson regarded Unitarianism as the Christianity of the future. When the Reverend Henry Ware was made the Hollis professor of divinity at Harvard, his Unitarian.
As other reviewers have noted, the book dwells on the Unitarian strand and gives the universalists a briefer treatment. The final piece, on the creation of the Unitarian Universalist Association in and its evolution since then, is also s: Twenty-six years later the movement’s greatest exponent, Hosea Ballou, articulated Universalist doctrine in his book, “A Treatise on Atonement,” which sought to prove the doctrine of the trinity was unscriptural, and argued against miracles and the view of men and women as depraved creatures who would burn in . A panel of top scholars presents the first comprehensive collection of primary sources from Unitarian Universalist history. Spanning two volumes, each containing more than a hundred distinct selections, with scholarly introductions by leading experts. Other books for sale include: John L. Sibley's "The History of Union", " Year's of Union", and some older, used editions of each of our new books, with varying prices. We also sell: Copies of the map of Union, Come spring T-shirts and ball caps, and note cards. Please contact us for current prices and shipping information.