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 Unitarian Universalism

Tuesday February 10, 2009
Unitarian Universalism:
Jim David Adkisson Jim David Adkisson pleaded guilty Monday in Knox County Criminal Court to a deadly shooting rampage at the Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church.

The church was the home of what the 58-year-old Powell man deemed “ultra liberals” and “foot soldiers” for the powers-that-be in the liberal movement. [video]

Tuesday July 29, 2008
Unitarian Universalism:
Jim D. Adkisson An out-of-work truck driver accused of opening fire at a Unitarian church, killing two people, left behind a note suggesting that he targeted the congregation out of hatred for its liberal policies, including its acceptance of gays, authorities said Monday.

Sunday July 27, 2008
Unitarian Universalism:
TVUUC Multiple people have suffered gunshot wounds in what witnesses describe as a mass shooting inside a church in West Knoxville Sunday morning.

The shootings happened at the Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church on Kingston Pike.

Sunday December 30, 2007
Unitarian Universalism:
Liberal church usually shies from evangelism but buys ads, courts sports fans, adds outreach.

Saturday September 22, 2007
Unitarian Universalism:
The Unitarian Universalists are a small sect in the religious world, but they are actively trying to change that.

Monday August 13, 2007
Unitarian Universalism:
The Rev. Naomi King, whose father — Stephen King — brothers and mother are all writers, does her storytelling from the pulpit of a South Florida church.

Thursday January 11, 2007
Unitarian Universalism:
40 years since the group got its start and 12 years after the death of lead guitarist Jerry Garcia silenced their music, some people who did not get the message then are revisiting the Grateful Dead and finding a lyrical connection to religion and spirituality.

Monday October 30, 2006
Unitarian Universalism:
A denomination with no formal creed, a low profile and a strong tradition against proselytizing, Unitarian Universalists — Unitarians for short — are trying something new: a splashy dose of evangelism. Using radio spots, newspaper ads and mass mailers, they hope to spread the word (lower case) about their faith’s openness, diversity and undogmatic approach.

Monday March 13, 2006
Unitarian Universalism:
Unitarian minister gets mixed reviews for sermon accusing Bush administration of terrorism.

Sunday August 1, 2004
Unitarian Universalism:
He warns of self-interest clothed in garb of higher virtue Hitler, Stalin, Saddam and bin Laden are all `agents of evil'

Wednesday May 26, 2004
Unitarian Universalism:
AUSTIN - Reversing an earlier decision, state Comptroller Carole Keeton Strayhorn said Monday that a Unitarian church in Denison on the Texas-Oklahoma border will get tax-exempt status.

Tuesday May 18, 2004
Unitarian Universalism:
AUSTIN, Texas - (KRT) - Unitarian Universalists have for decades presided over births, marriages and memorials. The church operates in every state, with more than 5,000 members in Texas alone.

Saturday June 28, 2003
Unitarian Universalism:
In Boston, Unitarian Universalists ponder nature of their faith

Thursday May 22, 2003
Unitarian Universalism:
New York Times, May 17, 2003


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