Religion: Unitarian Unifier

Unitarianism is practically creedless. Its adherents usually believe in a single personality, God the Father, instead of a Trinitarian Father, Son and Holy Ghost. Over the objections of many Protestants and Catholics, Unitarians call themselves Christians because they believe in the divinity (but hot deity) and the teachings of a human Jesus Christ. Unitarianism made its appearance in the Christian world in the 16th Century, grew in the U. S. in the 18th Century, became a loosely organized faith in 1825. U. S. Unitarians are proud that Ellsworth Huntington, in The Character of Races, proved that in proportion to their small...

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