The Kingdom of the Cults - Unitarian Universalists Summary & Analysis

Walter Martin
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The Unitarian Universalist Association embraces religious pluralism and tolerance of all faiths. They do not regard any sacred books as absolute or infallible. Many Universalists do not believe in God at all and, of those that do, there is a plethora of different views about God.

Universalists do agree God is not a Trinity. They reject the miracles of Jesus Christ, His Virgin Birth, bodily resurrection, and Christ's divinity. Some think Jesus was a great moral teacher while others do not.

Universalists do not accept the need for salvation from sin. In their eyes, people are basically good and do not need a savior to deliver them from sin. They believe people can save themselves with good moral character. They focus on the here and now and reject the doctrine of hell.

Faustus Socinus, born in 1539, was an Italian who migrated to Poland...

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