Why I’m a Unitarian

September 27, 2015 A sermon by the Rev. J. Mark Worth, Unitarian Universalist Congregational Society of Westborough, MA READINGS: 1. From William Ellery Channing, “Unitarian Christianity,” 1820. Our leading principle in interpreting Scripture is this, that the Bible is a book written for men, in the language of men, and...

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Why I’m a Universalist

A sermon by the Rev. J. Mark Worth READING: 1. From Richard Trudeau, Universalism 101: God Is Love, self-published, 2009: God is love. This quotation from the New Testament (1 John 4:16b) has been dear to many sects, but perhaps to none more than the Universalists. More than 200 years...

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Celebrating our Sources: Humanism

From the Unitarian Universalist Associations of Congregations: The living tradition which we share draws from many sources: Humanist teachings counsel us to heed the guidance of reason and the results of science, and warn us against idolatries of the mind and spirit. Philosophical humanism dates from antiquity, but the logo...

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