Unitarian

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Unitarian or Unitarianism may refer to:

Christian and Christian-derived theologies[edit]

A Unitarian is a follower of, or a member of an organisation that follows, any of several theologies referred to as Unitarianism:

Other religious theologies[edit]

  • The English translation of the Arabic term موحد Muwaḥḥid (plural موحدون Muwaḥḥidūn), alternately meaning "monotheist", which may refer to:
    • The Almohad Caliphate, a dynasty and movement in the Maghreb and Al-Andalus
    • The endonym of the Druze people, a monotheistic ethnoreligious community, found primarily in Syria, Lebanon, Israel and Jordan
    • The self-description of many Salafi and Wahhabi groups
    • An endonym of the Unitarian Bahá’ís, a Bahá’í division centred on a revival of the claims of Mirza Muhammad Ali

Politics[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • A scholar who holds that the works of Homer were composed by a single individual (see Homeric scholarship)

See also[edit]