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1. The Unitarian Universalist Association was created from a mixture of two faith groups, the Unitarians and the Universalists, in 1961. What did these two faith groups have in common?
2. Unitarian Universalism is a "non-creedal" faith, which is to say that members are not required to profess any particular dogma about the nature or existence of God. Instead, UUs profess their support for a list of Principles and Purposes, which deal with how UUs believe that people ought to live in the world. How many of these Principles and Purposes are there?
3. Which of the following symbols represents the Unitarian Universalist denomination?
4. Which of these is a Principle of the Unitarian Universalist Association?
5. Individual congregations within the Unitarian Universalist Association have a good deal of freedom to make their own decisions about church governance and the direction of their own congregation. What is this non-heirarchical policy called?
6. The Unitarian Universalist Association is headquartered in which of these cities?
7. The Universalists were the first denomination in the United States to ordain ________ , in 1863?
8. Which of the following people was a famous Unitarian or Universalist?
9. The first Unitarian churches were founded in which country?
10. Which of the following is not considered to be a source of Unitarian Universalist faith tradition?
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