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|Creator:||Knight, Jennie Sykes|
|Title:||Unitarianism and universalism in Georgia|
|Date:||2005 Dec. 10|
Encyclopedia article about the influence of Unitarian and Universalist movements, which both tolerate diverse religious beliefs and have tended to be active in social justice movements, including those advocating the abolition of slavery and the equality of civil rights. Their affinities as theological liberals (who are willing to interpret the Scriptures in nontraditional ways) and activists paved the way for their merger in 1961. Their numbers are relatively few in the South.
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|Types:||Articles | Text|
|Subjects:||Unitarianism--Georgia | Religion and politics--Georgia | Universalism | Religion and social problems--Georgia | United States, Georgia, 32.165622, -82.900075|
|Collection:||New Georgia Encyclopedia|
|Institution:||New Georgia Encyclopedia|
|Contributors:||New Georgia Encyclopedia (Project)|
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