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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Unitarianism.
See also changes related to Unitarianism, or pages that link to Unitarianism or to this page or whose text contains "Unitarianism".

Parent topics

  • Religion [r]: Belief in, and systems of, worshipful dedication to a superhuman power or belief in the ultimate nature of existence. [e]
  • Religion in the United States [r]: Article describing variety and evolution of American religion. [e]
  • Christianity [r]: The largest world religion, which centers around the worship of one God, his son Jesus Christ, and his Holy Spirit. [e]
  • Protestantism [r]: The branch of Christianity that separated from the Roman Catholic Church during the Reformation of the 16th century. [e]

Subtopics

  • Unitarian Universalist Association [r]: A liberal religious tradition, beginning with separate movements that rejected the Trinity and other than universal salvation, and evolved into a spiritual environment also accepting humanism and earth-centered spirituality [e]

Other related topics

  • Deism [r]: A religious philosophy which holds that religious beliefs must be founded on human reason and observed features of the natural world, and that these sources reveal the existence of a God or supreme being. [e]
  • The Enlightenment [r]: An 18th-century movement in Western philosophy and intellectual life generally, that emphasized the power or reason and science to understand and reform the world. [e]
  • Trinitarianism [r]: The belief within Christianity that God is one essence and three distinct persons - the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit. [e]
  • Trinity [r]: A Christian concept that defines God as three distinct persons yet entirely one being. [e]