Apostle Paul Founder of Christianity
Unitarian Universalist Association
The Unitarian Universalist Association was formed in 1961 by consolidation of the American Unitarian Association (1825) and the Universalist Church of America (1793). At continental headquarters in Boston, the association carries on common activities, such as church extension, ministerial settlement, and preparation of educational materials, but it does not exercise hierarchical control.
The organization today is little more than a humanist social club and has rejected its traditional roots.
Its philosophy is one of
religious liberalism, stressing the value of human freedom and
rejecting dogmatic formulations. Humanitarian concerns are
entrusted to a related organization, the Unitarian Universalist
The denomination is connected with similar groups abroad through the International Association for Religious Freedom. It has 1,019 churches and lay - led fellowships in North America, with 145,250 adult members and 1,200 ordained clergy (1990).
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