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Unitarianism may refer to:
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- Nontrinitarianism, a generic name for a Christian point of view that rejects the Trinity doctrine.
- Unitarianism, (1565-present) a specific liberal Christian theological movement known for its rejection of the doctrines of the Trinity, original sin, predestination, and biblical inerrancy.
- A liberal religion, also known as Unitarian Universalism, first established in 1961 and characterized by its support for a "free and responsible search for truth and meaning".
- Biblical Unitarianism, a fundamentalist non-Trinitarian movement (flourished c.1876-1929).
- Druze, a monotheistic ethnoreligious community, found primarily in Syria, Lebanon, Israel and Jordan, and referred to as unitarianism in some contexts.
In classical studies:
- Unitarianism (Homer), (c.1830) a formerly influential school of thought in Homeric scholarship
In argentine politics:
- A period of the Argentine Civil War: The Unitarian-Federalist War: 1828-31.
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