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Intelligent Design, Science, Religion, and Public School

By Richard Akin – founder ASUSA Outline and audio of lay sermon given on September 4, 2005 A. Roots of “Intelligent Design” 1. Fundamentalist Christianity a. Definition: Meeting of Conservative Protestants, 1895 Verbal Inerrancy of Scripture – Plenary/God Chosen Words, Infallible, (translation: King James Version) Divinity of Jesus Christ (Jesus, … Continue reading

Dragged Kicking and Screaming into Heaven

Dragged Kicking and Screaming into Heaven by Mark D. Morrison-Reed Recently Rob Bell a evangelical made a big splash with a book entitled Love Wins. It is a renewal of Universalism’s ancient proclamation, a message we have been preaching for centuries and Christian orthodoxy finds it as alarming now as … Continue reading

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Principles & Beliefs

WHAT DOES “UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST” MEAN? Briefly from our history which began in early Christianity, these are the definitions: “Unitarian” refers to belief in a single God rather than a God of three aspects (Trinitarian: Father, Son, Holy Spirit);  “Universal” salvation refers to the belief that all are guaranteed salvation without … Continue reading

Visitor FAQs

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Welcome to Davies Memorial Unitarian Universalist Church. We hope you will visit us and feel comfortable in our caring community. Here are some questions which have been answered for other visitors. What should I wear to this church? We have no dress code; though people have come … Continue reading

Visiting

October 15, 2017 Dear Visitor: On behalf of the Board of Trustees and the congregation, I would like to welcome you to Davies Memorial Unitarian Universalist Church (DMUUC). We come from many backgrounds and religious traditions but we have found a common purpose in our personal search for religious truth … Continue reading

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