Definitions for unitarianism
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U•ni•tar•i•anˌyu nɪˈtɛər i ən(n.)
a member of a liberal religious denomination founded upon the doctrine that God is one being, and giving each congregation complete control over its affairs.
Ref: Compare Unitarian Universalist.
(l.c.) a person who maintains that God is one being, rejecting the doctrine of the Trinity.
(l.c.) an advocate of unity or centralization, as in government.
(adj.)of or pertaining to the Unitarians or their doctrines.
Origin of Unitarian:
1680–90; < NL ūnitāri(us) (L ūnit(ās)unity+-ārius -ary ) + -an1
Christian doctrine that stresses individual freedom of belief and rejects the Trinity
The belief in a single God, not divided into any aspects, particularly when presented as a contrast to Christian trinitarianism.
The religious belief that God is a single Person.
(beginning in 1565) The religion of the Unitarian Church of Transylvania
(beginning in 1774) The religion of the General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches
(1825-1961) The religion of the American Unitarian Association
(beginning in 1961) Short for the religion known as Unitarian Universalism
the doctrines of Unitarians
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