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Unitarian or Unitarianism may refer to:
In Christian and Christian-derived theologies a Unitarian is a follower of, or a member of an organisation that follows, any of several theologies referred to as Unitarianism:
- Unitarianism, (1565-present) a liberal Christian theological movement known for its rejection of the doctrines of the Trinity, original sin, predestination, and biblical inerrancy.
- The General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches, most often known as "British Unitarians" or simply "Unitarians".
- Unitarian Universalism (sometimes abbreviated 'Unitarianism'), a liberal pluralistic religious movement that grew out of Unitarianism.
- Biblical Unitarianism, a fundamentalist non-Trinitarian movement (flourished c.1876-1929).
- Nontrinitarianism, a generic name for a Christian point of view that rejects the Trinity doctrine.
In other religious theologies
- The English translation of the Arabic term موحد Muwaḥḥid (plural موحدون Muwaḥḥidūn), alternately meaning "monotheist", which may refer to:
- Unitary state, a political system where a country is governed as one single unit
- A member of the Unitarian Party of Argentine history
- A period of the Argentine Civil War: The Unitarian-Federalist War: 1828-31.
In classical studies:
- A scholar who holds that the works of Homer were composed by a single individual (see Homeric scholarship)
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