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James Luther Adams

From the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society Dictionary of Unitarian and Universalist Biography: 

James Luther Adams (November 12, 1901-July 26, 1994) was a Unitarian parish minister, social activist, journal editor, prolific author, and for more than 40 years a divinity school professor. A distinguished scholar, he translated and edited the works of major German theologians. Adams was the most influential theologian among 20th-century Unitarian Universalists and one of the finest 20th-century American liberal Christian theologians.

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Beacon Press

An Examined Faith
Social Context and Religious Commitment

James Luther Adams

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Harvest the Power | Tapestry of Faith

What Moves Us | Tapestry of Faith

Leader Resource 4: The Love of God

James Luther Adams

From What Moves Us
In the largely secularized culture and language of our time, the subject of this chapter is by no means one that elicits universal interest. To many...
Leader Resource 3: Use of Symbols

James Luther Adams

From What Moves Us
James Luther Adams, published in On Being Human Religiously (Boston: Unitarian Universalist Association, 1976). Used with permission....

WorshipWeb

A Faith for the Free

James Luther Adams

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"A faith that is not the sister of justice is bound to bring people to grief.

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