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FC: Unitarianism By John Jimenez Block 1
1: Unitarianism Symbol The Flaming Chalice
2: What is Unitarianism? Unitarianism is a nontrinitarian Christian theology which holds that God is only one person. Unitarianism is associated with certain liberal Christian beliefs. The major themes of Unitarianism are freedom of thought, on-going revelation, the power of Nature, and building the Beloved Community.
4: The Percentage of Unitarians Living in the United States
6: Pagan Pentacle
7: The Core Values of Pagan Pentacle The belief in a higher being. The belief in reincarnation. The belief in an energy that connects all living things.
8: The Flaming Chalice | The Flaming Chalice unites people in worships and symbolizes the spirit of their work.
9: Populations of Unitarians in Other Countries There are about 7,000 Unitarians and 150 Unitarian Ministers in Great Britain and Ireland.
11: Original Homeland of Unitarianism
12: Traditions and Practices Unitarianism is a combination of Protestant Christian forms and content a variety of religious traditions. Unitarians does services on Sundays they resemble Protestant services in outward forms. They have ''Coming of Age'' ceremonies that shows a young person developing his or her own belief statement. Unitarians worship to one God.
13: Christianity vs. Unitarianism In Christianity, people obey and pray to more than one God. In Unitarianism, they only believe in one God. Also, Unitarians uses gender-inclusive language as well.