|Kevin M. Kruse|
|New York: Basic Books|
|By Holley Ulbrich,|
Boston: Skinner House
What's your idea of true religion?Another advertisement:
Unitarianism is a way of life, life of vigorous thought, constructive activity, of generous service -- not a religion of inherited creeds, revered saints, or holy books.
Unitarianism is not an easy religion. It demands that people think out their beliefs for themselves, and then live those beliefs. The stress is place upon living this life nobly and effectively than on the preparation for an after-existence.
If you have given up "old time" religion, Unitarianism has the answer for you.
This is the Unitarian Idea
Unitarian churches are dedicated to the progressive transformation of ennoblement of the individual and social life, through religion, in accordance with the advancing knowledge and the growing vision of mankind.
Freedom is our Method
Reason is our Guide
Fellowship is our Spirit
Character is our Test
Service is our Goal.
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