Question by  Mardon (20)

What are the central Unitarian beliefs?


Answer by  Obie013 (18)

Unitarians believe that God is a single person or entity, unlike the idea that God is three persons according to the doctrine of the Trinity. Unitarians also reject Jesus' divinity. Although they accept Jesus as a great prophet of God and even the son of God, he is not God himself.


Answer by  2gunslim (83)

Chief of their beliefs,Unitarians believe that God is one person as opposed to other Christian faiths which view God as triune; Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. It can also be said that Unitarians are generally tolerant,and hold to the premise that religion should not be spread by violent means.


Answer by  Edy43 (32)

Central Unitarian beliefs are a union of religions like: catholic, jewish, orthodox, baptist, penticostal, etc. The Unitarian church is making considerable efforts to bring people together without offending them, and without denying their own beliefs and traditions. There are many legends and myths, and they all have at a base, in some way, a Creator.


Answer by  Ginny (2251)

Unitarians search for spirituality together. They are liberal thinkers who respect all religions and beliefs and who are not necessarily Christians, although they do hold Sunday services and sing hymns. Their belief in Jesus Christ is that he was a prophet but not God.


Answer by  John (9008)

Basically, Unitarians believe that all of the world's religions are actually one. Each religion is just another aspect of God (or Gods, or Goddess), and so many exist so that people can find the one that works best for them. The main tenet of Unitarianism is tolerance.


Answer by  RM49 (274)

Most Unitarians believe in an omnipotent creator, but not in the historical information as presented in the Bible or any other religious work. Many of the American Founding Fathers are considered to have been Unitarians.


Answer by  Lordschild (1398)

They have no creed and no book, person, or institution has the final religious authority over them. Reason, conscience and personal experience are their overriding guides in their religion. They believe in having an open mind to the religious issues that trouble people. There history is based on Jewish and Christian traditions.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

They believe that all manifestations of the divine in all religions are one, single God. There is no Trinity, only one unique, consciousness in the universe.

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