Unitarian Universalism Bibliography

A People So Bold: Theology and MinistryMinister is a general term for a member of the clergy in the Christian church. The term has also come to use in other religious traditions to designate a member of the clergy (as in the Jodo Shinshu tradition and the Nation of Islam). for Unitariana belief in one God that rejects the three persons of the Trinity that has much in common with the belief in the early Christian church about the superiority of God over Jesus and the Anti-Trinitarian writing that emerged during the Protestant Reformation... Universalists. John Gibb Millspaugh (ed.) (Boston: Skinner House), 2010.

“FAQS: What Does the Flaming ChaliceThe flaming chalice is the symbol of Unitarian Universalism. Typically, a candle within the chalice is lit before worship and extinguished at the end. Each chalice is unique; it may appear more like a goblet or cup with a stem and foot and be made of any ... Mean?” Scottish Unitarian Association. www.ukunitarians.org. Text from “Unitarian? What’s That?” by Rev. Cliff Reed. 2013. http://www.ukunitarians.org.uk/sua/faq.htm?37.

Flaming ChaliceThe flaming chalice is the symbol of Unitarian Universalism. Typically, a candle within the chalice is lit before worship and extinguished at the end. Each chalice is unique; it may appear more like a goblet or cup with a stem and foot and be made of any ...: Symbol of Unitarian Universalist Faith.” Unitarian Universalist AssociationThe Unitarian Universalist Association came into being in 1961 through the union of two communities of faith: the Unitarians who stressed the oneness of God and the Universalists who insisted on universal salvation. Both movements became popular in 18th- ... of Congregations. www.uua.org. 29 November 2012 (last update). http://www.uua.org/beliefs/chalice/index.shtml.

“The Flaming Chalice.” A Sermon by Rev. Bill Gupton. Heritage Unitarian Universalist Chuch. Cincinnati, Ohio. Delivered on 8 June 2003. http://www.huuc.net/sermons/Chalice.html.

“History.” National Unitarian Fellowship. www.nufonline.org. 2013. http://www.nufonline.org.uk/NewNUF09/history.php.

“The History of UUSC.” Unitarian Universalist Service Committee. www.uusc.org. 2013. http://www.uusc.org/history.

“Our Unitarian Universalist Principles.” Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations. www.uua.org. 30 April 2013 (last update). http://www.uua.org/beliefs/principles/index.shtml.

PaganThe term “pagan” (from the Latin paganus) originally meant “peasant” or “country dweller.” For many Pagans, the term suggests a life lived close to the land. Today, nature spirituality is an important thread in contemporary Paganism. Some Paga... Tendencies in Unitarianisma belief in one God that rejects the three persons of the Trinity that has much in common with the belief in the early Christian church about the superiority of God over Jesus and the Anti-Trinitarian writing that emerged during the Protestant Reformation....” Yvonne Aburrow. (United Kingdom: Bristol Unitariansa belief in one God that rejects the three persons of the Trinity that has much in common with the belief in the early Christian church about the superiority of God over Jesus and the Anti-Trinitarian writing that emerged during the Protestant Reformation...). www.bristolunitarians.blogspot.com. July 2009 (last update). http://bristolunitarians.blogspot.com/2009/07/pagan-tendencies-in-unitarianism.html.

“The Story Behind the Chalice.” Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Andover. www.uuandover.org. Date uknown. http://uuandover.org/about/the-story-behind-the-chalice.

Unitarian Universalisma belief in one God that rejects the three persons of the Trinity that has much in common with the belief in the early Christian church about the superiority of God over Jesus and the Anti-Trinitarian writing that emerged during the Protestant Reformation...: An Heretical History (video). Dave Weissbard (host) (Rockford, IL: Benedek Broadcasting Company), 1993.