Religion: Unitarian Bridge

Last week, for the first time in its 133 years, the American Unitarian Association had a contested election for president. Normally, the board of directors nominates a president and the association's annual meeting elects him. But this year the Unitarians found themselves a house more than usually divided: the board's selection of a skilled administrator in onetime Executive Vice President Ernest W. Kuebler, 54, met opposition from those who wanted a representative of the more spiritual side of Unitarianism—especially in view of recent hot debates over whether Unitarians should break with the Christian...

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