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1 My Church is Dying, and I’m OK with That

My Church is Dying, and I’m OK with That
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  • Published Date: 02/09/2022
  • Review: 4.86 (795 vote)
  • Summary: · Over the decades, Unitarianism left behind its Christian roots and became increasingly humanist and atheist, with a liberal sprinkling of 
  • Matching search results: We’ve had congregational consultants and prior ministers advise us that our congregation exists in the uncomfortable territory between being a fellowship–which are small and lay-led–and a congregation–which have ministers, buildings, and religious

2 I Refuse To Pass…or Why I Will Leave Unitarian Universalism

I Refuse To Pass…or Why I Will Leave Unitarian Universalism
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  • Published Date: 10/24/2021
  • Review: 4.99 (741 vote)
  • Summary: · I left the UUA in 2007 for several reasons including the Christophobia, the appalling ignorance of Universalist and Unitarian faith, the 
  • Matching search results: One of my favorite church songs when I was growing up (and one I still sing sometimes) was “Just As I Am.” If you want to know why most UU churches aren’t growing, I’ll tell you. It’s because we don’t take people just as they are and tell them

3 Why You Should Not Be A Unitarian Universalist

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  • Published Date: 12/16/2021
  • Review: 4.97 (742 vote)
  • Summary: The second criterion of reason for not being a Unitarian Universalist has to do with our intolerance of intolerance. You should not be a Unitarian Universalist 
  • Matching search results: For example, if believing in God helps you be a better person – or at least doesn’t make you a worse person – then fine, believe in it. We encourage your belief. If being an atheist helps you take more responsibility for creating a better world – or at

4 Why I Left Unitarian Universalism? [Comprehensive Answer] –

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  • Published Date: 12/29/2021
  • Review: 4.85 (641 vote)
  • Summary: I left unitarianism because I no longer believed in the efficacy of its message. I dissidentsent from the congregational polity and instead believed in a more 
  • Matching search results: Unitarians uphold the following beliefs: 1. Unitarianism is a faith based on humans rather than gods or beings outside of human experience. 2. Jesus is one route to understanding and caring for the human soul and should not be regarded as the only way

5 Unitarian Universalists would prefer their polyamory activists keep quiet

Unitarian Universalists would prefer their polyamory activists keep quiet
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  • Published Date: 12/18/2021
  • Review: 5 (898 vote)
  • Summary: · The joke about Unitarians is that they’re where you go when you don’t know where to go. Theirs is the religion of last resort for the 
  • Matching search results: But as the issue of same-sex marriage heads to the Supreme Court, many committed Unitarians think the denomination should have a position, which is that polyamory activists should just sit down and be quiet. For one thing, poly activists are seen as

6 Why I Left Unitarian Universalism? Here Is Only One Reason

Why I Left Unitarian Universalism? Here Is Only One Reason
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  • Published Date: 09/12/2022
  • Review: 4.93 (999 vote)
  • Summary: Theoretically, Unitarians and Unitarian Universalists are quite different. Unitarians were a liberal Christian faith that denied the doctrine of the Trinity
  • Matching search results: Though the root of UU is from liberal Christianity, specifically unitarianism and universalism, the belief in Bible is not required. The Bible is considered a profound, rich resource of stories and wisdom. Unitarian Universalists can read, study, and

7 Unitarians as ‘The Church of NPR’

Unitarians as 'The Church of NPR'
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  • Published Date: 04/01/2022
  • Review: 4.82 (630 vote)
  • Summary: · I don’t recall the impetus, although I think I can infer it, but in 1966 she left the Episcopal congregation for the Kalamazoo Unitarian 
  • Matching search results: The move exposed me to the Turkish version of Islam. It was also the beginning of what I like to think of as an appreciation for what William James termed “the variety of religious experiences.” My father was a great believer in getting out and

8 The Closed-minded, Intolerant religion – Christian Apologetics Project

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  • Published Date: 04/01/2022
  • Review: 4.83 (726 vote)
  • Summary: In 1961, the Unitarian Church joined forces with the Universalist Church becoming the … Some questions, therefore, were left out because of relevance
  • Matching search results: Although it touts itself as “open-minded and individualistic,” if not tolerant and restorative of primitive Christianity, upon closer examination it is actually the polar opposite of each of those accolades.  So long as one is not a biblical

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