Unitarians: Together in Diversity: A Survey of the Beliefs, Values, and Practices of Contemporary British Unitarians (Paperback)

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Unitarians: Together in Diversity: A Survey of the Beliefs, Values, and Practices of Contemporary British Unitarians (Paperback)

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Dating back 450 years and still evolving, Unitarianism is a faith which imposes no creed or dogma on its followers. It is a community of individuals, each on their own spiritual journey, each guided by their own reason and conscience. So what, if anything, binds them together? The author set out to discover what contemporary British Unitarians actually believe, and how they give expression to their faith in their daily lives. She conducted an in-depth survey in 2017, seeking answers to questions such as: How do you perceive 'the Divine'? ... What is your relationship with Christianity and other faith traditions? ... Do you have a regular spiritual practice? ... What happens after we die? ... Should religion and politics be kept separate from each other? ... What are your views on gender, sexuality, and marriage? ... What is the basis of your personal morality? ... and many more. This book presents the findings of the survey. In attempting to assess the range and depth of present-day Unitarian beliefs, values, and spiritual practices, it explores what it is that holds Unitarians 'together in diversity'.

Product Details ISBN: 9780853190905
ISBN-10: 0853190909
Publisher: General Assemby of Unitarian
Publication Date: April 4th, 2018
Pages: 196
Language: English