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Unitarians and the Bible

H. G. Chancellor

Unitarians and the Bible

by H. G. Chancellor

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Published by Lindsey Press in [Lonond] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Unitarianism.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby H.G. Chancellor.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination21p. ;
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15538022M

      B. The names Unitarian and Universalist reflect the historical roots of the denomination. 1. Unitarian a. The Unitarians are so named because they denied the Trinity. b. The Unitarian movement with which we are concerned arose during the sixteenth-century Reformation. c. It spread from continental Europe (particularly Poland) to England and Pages: According to the “Unitarian Year-Book” (Boston, ) there are nea Unitarians in Hungary. Great Britain has places of worship, if which are in England, 38 in Ireland, 34 in Wales, and 7 in Scotland.

    Unitarians do not believe in the trinity and they do not believe that Jesus is divine. They say they worship God only and are attempting to demonstrate a "genuinely religious" community without. UNITARIAN VIEW OF THE BIBLE. In , a well-known Unitarian minister, Mr. J. Mendelssohn wrote in his book, "Why I Am A Unitarian", on p "Churches, Bibles and creeds are the creations of men who once exercised their freedom to create." On page , he gives his Unitarian opinion of the Bible, namely that it "is replete with inaccuracies.

    Unitarianism as an organized religious movement emerged during the Reformation period in Poland, Transylvania, and England, and later in North America from the original New England Puritan churches. In each country Unitarian leaders sought to achieve a reformation that was completely in accordance with the Hebrew Scriptures and the New particular, . Basic Biblical Unitarian Beliefs The following are a list of beliefs that are shared by most Biblical Unitarians: 1. The Bible is the inspired word of God. This means that the Bible is the absolute truth – i.e., that the statements made in the Bible are facts. As File Size: 64KB.


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Unitarians and the Bible by H. G. Chancellor Download PDF EPUB FB2

Unitarianism is a denial of the biblical doctrine of the Trinity, defined by Webster’s Dictionary of the English Language as “the union of three persons (the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit) in one Godhead, so that all the three are one God as. The Bible is holy scripture because it is the living document and foundation of many important faiths, including Unitarian Universalism.

To abandon the Bible would mean alienation from one of the world's most important influences. Christ for Unitarian Universalists is an engaging and thoughtful inquiry into Christianity for Unitarian Universalists and other spiritual seekers--including skeptics, non-religious people, liberal Christians, and those who consider themselves "spiritual but not religious." The book has several purposes.

The first is to present Christ in an understandable and compelling way to the /5(18). This book provides a definitive presentation of a Christology rooted in the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament. The authors present a sharply-argued appeal for an understanding of God and Jesus in the context of Christianity’s original, apostolic, unitary monotheism.

Many unitarians insist that since "God calls those things which be not as though they are" -- the Bible is calling things that did not exist as though they did. This is illogical in this context. The Bible states, "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.

He was in the beginning with God" (John ). Then the Unitarian degrades the Bible by either denying its divine inspiration and infallibility, or by simply equating it with non-Christian, uninspired texts like the Bhagavad Gita, Book of Mormon, or the Koran.

The Bible Unitarian is dedicated to the One True God of Scripture. Despite what the Trinitarians say, there is no evidence in the Bible for a triune said in John and John that the Father is the Only True God. The modern day Unitarian Universalist Church does not hold to the Bible as the Word of God and the source of absolute truth.

As per their web site (), they believe that “personal experience, conscience, and reason should be the final authorities in religion. While Unitarianism and Universalism both have roots in the Protestant Christian tradition, where the Bible is the sacred text, we now look to additional sources for religious and moral inspiration.

Over two centuries, our religious tradition, a “living tradition,” has branched out from its roots. In the Book of Revelation, God is not the Lamb, and the Lamb is not God In the Bible God has gone to a lot of trouble to reveal His Personal Name to us.

The Revised English Version is translated from a Biblical Unitarian perspective. Read Now. Featured Books. See All. Subscribe to the Biblical Unitarian Newsletter. The doctrine of "revelation," of the absolute and indisputable authority of the Bible, is alien to Unitarian faith and teaching." (Karl M.

Chworowsky, What is a Unitarian) B. "Churches, Bibles and creeds are the creations of men who once exercised their freedom to create.". Welcome to Unitarian Universalist Christian Fellowship. Welcome to the website of the Unitarian Universalist Christian Fellowship.

We are non-creedal followers of Jesus rooted in the history and tradition of Unitarian Universalism. All who wish to freely follow Jesus are welcome to be members of the UUCF.

To the Unitarian Universalist, Jesus was nothing more than a good, moral teacher, and the Bible is a book of myths and parables that has little to no absolute meaning.

For the Unitarian Universalist, man is not sinful or fallen, and salvation is about improving one's life on earth.

The Bible says that Jesus Christ is God, the Creator (John Unitarian Christian Book Shelf The following list of books are suggested by the AUC and many are available via the Associates Program.

Each purchase you make via the links on this website earns a percentage for the AUC as long as you access the website via the links on the AUC website.

Biblical Unitarianism (or "Biblical Unitarianism" or "biblical unitarianism") identifies the Christian belief that the Bible teaches God is a singular person, the Father, and that Jesus. Unitarian Universalists view the Bible as a book of poetry, myth, and moral teaching, a completely human book and not truly the Word of God.

They reject the Bible’s portrayal of a Triune God, leaving the concept of God up to each individual’s imagination. To the Unitarian Universalist, Jesus was a good moral teacher, but nothing more.

Biblical Unitarians differ from other Unitarians (such as Unitarian Universalists) in their claim that the Bible is the source of truth—a doctrine that Universalists deny. The term Biblical Unitarianism can be traced back to the s as distinctions were being made between Unitarians who held to biblical inspiration and those who did not.

American Unitarianism and the Protestant Dilemma is a well detailed and deftly argued work. Willsky-Ciollo is convincing in her declaration that Unitarians were equally consumed by some of the same developments as other Protestant faiths, and in her explanation as to how the final break with the issue was made in the post-Civil War era, despite lasting internal divisions and Format: Hardcover.

Biblical unitarianism encompasses the key doctrines of nontrinitarian Christians who affirm the Bible as their sole authority, and from it base their beliefs that God the Father is a singular being, the only one God, and that Jesus Christ is God’s son, but not divine. The term biblical Unitarianism is connected first with Robert Spears and Samuel Sharpe of the Christian Life.

Unitarian Universalists use many biblical concepts and terms but with non-biblical meanings. Unitarianism is not Christian.

There is a group known as the Unitarian Universalist Association. This denomination which was formed in in the United States when the American Unitarian Association and the Universalist Church of America merged.

The Bible. The Bible is the single bestselling book of all time Except it’s not. It’s the 66 bestselling books of all time. The Bible is one book that includes 66 books. The bible is one book, yet the Bible is made of 66 completely separate books.

Every book is different, yet they exist in perfect harmony.The authority of the Bible acknowledged by the old school was, under Parker, largely sacrificed to the principles of destructive criticism, and Unitarianism drifted rapidly into Rationalistic speculation.

The activity of Channing and Parker was supplemented by the more general and far-reaching influence of the Unitarian poet-philosopher, Ralph.Discover the History and Beliefs of the Unitarian Church. Unitarianism is a Christian belief that God is a single entity and not three forms as expressed in the Trinity.

Unitarian Churches follow the doctrine of Unitarianism and are organized in the United States and the United Kingdom on a national and local level.