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unitarian

(ū-nĭ-tār′ē-ăn) [L. unitarius]
Composed of a single unit.
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The Unitarian Universalist Society of Geneva, established in 1842 and the oldest church in Geneva, is a diverse, welcoming community that endeavors to make its covenant a living reality.
Fund for Unitarian Universalism: The maximum grant is $20,000.
The congregation was originally English Presbyterian, becoming Unitarian in the late 1700's.
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Manhattan, 481 Zeandale Road, (785) 537-2349, www.uufm.net, services Sundays at 10:45am.
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.
Thomas Mann was clearly fascinated not only by the political context, but also by the Unitarian ideas that he read about for the first time in this book In it, Mann learned that Miguel de Server, following the 1000-year-old heresy of Arms, the North African priest and presbyter, proposed anti-trinitarianism, for which Calvin ultimately had him executed.
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.
Remnants of the adjacent historic copper roof were woven into custom sconces backlit with 3,000K, 32-W fluorescent strips that represent weaving, a Unitarian Church symbol.
A TEESSIDE building that is no more is the Unitarian Church in Stockton's Wellington Street.
More specifically, Copestake maintains that Williams's poetics of avant-garde organicism was influenced by his early exposure to the Unitarian interest in Pre-Raphaelite social philosophy and aesthetics (a Unitarian church Williams attended in Philadelphia as a young man features stained glass windows created by Henry Holiday).
Copestake (literature, University of Bamberg, Germany) looks at the work of American poet William Carlos Williams (1883-1963) in terms of his Unitarian upbringing and beliefs.
Elizabeth Cleghorn Stevenson was born a Unitarian and was closely connected with Unitarianism all her life.
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