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Unitarian Universalism is a theologically liberal religion characterized by support for a "free and responsible search for truth and meaning".<ref>(The 4th principle of Unitarian Universalism)UUA.org Seven principles</ref> Unitarian Universalists do not share a creed; rather, they are unified by their shared search for spiritual growth and by the understanding that an individual's theology is a result of that search and not obedience to an authoritarian requirement. Unitarian Universalists draw on many different theological sources and have a wide range of beliefs and practices.


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