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Unitarian Universalism — History and Beliefs
Find extensive resources on the Unitarian Universalist Association website, including:
Books include Unitarian Universalism: A Narrative History (Chicago: Meadville-Lombard Press, 2001); find many more titles in the "history" section of the online UUA Bookstore. Another source for Unitarian, Universalist, and Unitarian Universalist history is the Religious Tolerance website.
Universalist theology in a number of denominations is the subject of an article on the website Believe: Religious Information Source. A mid-19th-century article, "Brief History of Universalism" by Rev. J.M. Austin, appears in full on the website of Auburn University.
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