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Down below is pasted an extract from the Unitarian Universalism Association.  As you can see, they do not believe Christianity has a unique claim to truth.  The UUA is not a large organization, but the way they view spiritual truth is common in mainline denominations.  Furthermore, interfaith events, designed to reduce conflict between religions, seek to minimize the important differences between faiths.  It looks to me like interfaithism is becoming the one-world religion.  Certainly it is common in North America.  Weddings and other events organized by trendy, sophisticated, affluent, liberals are careful to avoid offending non Christian attendees by omitting any reference to Christ, the bible or even God.  I realize some of us view the Roman Catholic Church as the one-world religion we are warned against, but i suspect interfaithism is the better candidate.

The good news, from my perspective, is that the false veneer of Christianity is being shed by all the fakers.  As Christianity becomes more socially unacceptable, it will become more pure.


In Unitarian Universalism, you can bring your whole self: your full identity, your questioning mind, your expansive heart. By creating meaningful communities that draw from many wisdom traditions, and more, we are embodying a vision “beyond belief:” a vision of peace, love, and understanding.

We have more than one way of experiencing the world and understanding the sacred. What we call our "Living Tradition" draws from six sources of inspiration from scripture to poetry to modern-day heroes. How do you experience the world? How do you make meaning? What beliefs and traditions are yours?

Explore the links below to learn how Unitarian Universalists weave these traditions and identities into who they are today.

What Unites Us?

We are united in our broad and inclusive outlook, and in our values, as expressed in our seven Principles. We are united in shared experience: our open and stirring worship services, religious education, and rites of passage; our work for social justice; our quest to include the marginalized; our expressions of love.

We are building an action-oriented community, bridging races, religions, and creeds with a shared desire to make faith, religion, and spirituality verbs.

What we do with our beliefs is important. It’s how we "walk" our "talk," how we make our faith real.

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