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Unitarian thought

Emerton, Ephraim

Unitarian thought

by Emerton, Ephraim

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Published by Macmillan in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Unitarianism.

Statementby Ephraim Emerton.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX9841 .E6 1916
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 309 p. ;
Number of Pages309
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6291916M
LC Control Number33018558
OCLC/WorldCa11120281

Page 9 - The Unitarian Society for promoting Christian Knowledge and the practice of Virtue, by the distribution of books. Appears in books from Page - most of these, though requiring much work and thought, are of a local character, two lines of her work have made her name familiar to a large circle. My doubts were precipitated by a book called A Chosen Faith, which seeks to set out what it is that Unitarian Universalists Press, the official publishing arm of the Unitarian.

Home of liberal religion and free-thought in Cambridge since The church on Emmanuel Road is a beautiful small building inspired by Wren’s chapel at Pembroke College. It dates from The church, and its handsome hall, common room, kitchen and office (built ), is home to a modern, progressive, free-thinking and free-religious community.   A nd what about Thomas Jefferson? The consensus seems to be that he had strong Unitarian sympathies but did not formally belong to any Unitarian church. There have been acres of sermons, articles, and books written on whether Jefferson thought of himself as a Unitarian.

Only he thought, just as the Arians did and just as the Unitarians do, that he could attack them better with a greater approximation to plain theism. What distinguishes his heresy from anything like an Arian or Albigensian heresy is that, as it sprang up on the borders of Christendom, it . UNITARIAN THOUGHT IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY A PRELIMINARY SURVEY Part 2 Arthur Long. As I mentioned at the end of the first part of my survey of Unitarian Thought in the twentieth century, Part 2 begins with some comments on an important General Assembly document - the Report entitled A Free Religious was the work of a group of writers who had been appointed as a .


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