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unitarian

(ū-nĭ-tār′ē-ăn) [L. unitarius]
Composed of a single unit.
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The congregation was originally English Presbyterian, becoming Unitarian in the late 1700's.
Ultimately, the Unitarian Japan mission came to an end because it became identified with the United States, and as the years passed by, its early intellectual novelty as the religion of the future and its liberal philosophy no longer resonated in Japan.
In 1951, Thomas Mann gave a speech tided The Unfinished Task The Work of the Unitarian Service Committee, in which he discussed his take on the Unitarian Church.
An exercise in cultural and intellectual history, Zastoupil's work is refreshing for its embeddedness in English politics and intellectual contexts and the colonial "subject" Roy's fascinating negotiations with English groups and ideas--from the Unitarians and Utilitarians to the great reform groups.
LONG GONE: The old Unitarian Church in Wellington Street, Stockton, in 1975.
Copestake frequently cites from The Autobiography of William Carlos Williams to mine those instances when Williams refers to his Unitarian past and to flesh out how Williams's self-consciousness about his two careers manifests the Unitarian emphasis on the dynamic between self and community.
Her mother, Elizabeth Holland, from a prominent Unitarian family in Cheshire, died in October 1811.
According to Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations (UUA) website: "Although Hinduism and Islam have not historically been part of our tradition, growing interest in these faiths is evident in recent courses, sermons, and writings on the subjects.
The main event will start at 7pm at the Unitarian Church on Ellison Place, Newcastle.
A four-page letter found in suspect Jim Adkisson's 4x4 indicated he targeted the Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church, in Knoxville, Tennessee, because he was upset with "liberals in general as well as gays.
Further classes are being held at the Unitarian Church in Holyhead Road, Coventry, on Thursday, from lpm to 2.
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