Things Most Commonly Believed Today Among Us
A Statement of Faith written by William Channing Gannett for the 1887 meeting of the Western Unitarian Conference in Chicago, adopted by a vote of 59 to 13.
Unitarians Face a New Age Statement of Doctrinal Agreements and Tensions
A summary of the conclusions drawn from the Study of Values by the 1936 Unitarian Commission of Appraisal. Published in Unitarians Face a New Age, the commission's report.
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