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An un-named Universalist published a work on the evolutionary nature of the universe and humans. A Universalist church was founded in Halifax, Nova Scotia. An article published in the Universalist Quarterly by W. (possibly William Fishbough) supported the compatibility of scripture with geological findings.
If the Universalist Church has not at this hour as brilliant a presentation of Christian literature from the pen of its women as it had thirty years since, there never was more of the practical and available talent of woman in it than at the present time; never so much organized effort on their part as now.
First developed in present-day Romania and Hungary, its center shifted early to England, but its most successful story is the way it grew and flourished in the United States. This reference covers numerous subjects, both historical and contemporary, with entries on the places where the church was present, many more on significant leaders, and.
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The book provides a complete overview of Unitarian and Universalist history all over the world. While the emphasis is on North America, many listings provide an adequate background for the development of the Unitarian faith in Europe as far back as the 16th century.
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Her stop in Boston at Arlington Street Church is part of her tour, as she shares her musical message of change, love, hope, advocacy .We can work toward a united world community, or we can work for American dominion or isolation.
These are all fateful choices, and it is our duty to choose. — The Rev. Howard Brooks, Unitarian Service Committee staff, Freedom is a value integral to the Unitarian Universalist tradition.