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“If you phone a Unitarian Church between the middle of June and Labor Day in September, the most you are apt to get is a recorded message,” Charles S. Slap said in his sermon at the First Unitarian Society of Schenectady, N.Y., on Sept. 8, 1985. “Our more orthodox friends never cease to be astounded by the contents of the message: ‘This church is closed for the summer. If you are one of those people who actually need a church during the summer, try the Presbyterians.’ ”
I find this confusing
Quote from: Asteriktos on August 27, 2012, 04:48:49 PMI find this confusing Unitarians used to be mostly educated and professional denizens of New England. In the summer, they would take off for their summer homes on the Cape, and close church until they returned in the fall.Now, though, Unitarians are having church all year long.
"Church" is a Christian term. Most Unitarians don't consider themselves Christians.
Quote from: Tallitot on August 27, 2012, 10:54:24 PM"Church" is a Christian term. Most Unitarians don't consider themselves Christians.Yes. They just presume to tell us what Christ taught and what the Gospel says.
Quote from: ialmisry on August 27, 2012, 11:09:38 PMQuote from: Tallitot on August 27, 2012, 10:54:24 PM"Church" is a Christian term. Most Unitarians don't consider themselves Christians.Yes. They just presume to tell us what Christ taught and what the Gospel says.I've never had a Unitarian try to tell me anything about Jesus. Most of them don't believe he exsisted.
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