Fun Fact: Founder Of Unitarianism

Fun facts about Unitarians

While Joseph Priestly contributed to science, he also had rather progressive thinking in theology. While not in the first in Europe to have the idea, he was the founder of the Unitarian church in England. While modern Unitarian (and American Unitarian-Universliast) thought differs more than a bit, its original main drift from traditional Christian thought is the belief of God as one being instead of the Holy Trinity of God as three beings. Famous Unitarians (though some never officially joined the church) include poet Ralph Waldo Emerson, scientist Issac Newton, and presidents John Adams, John Quincy Adams, William Howard Taft, Millard Fillmore, and Thomas Jefferson.

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