unitarianism

Transcendentalism vs Unitarianism - What's the difference?

transcendentalism | unitarianism |


As nouns the difference between transcendentalism and unitarianism

is that transcendentalism is the transcending, or going beyond, empiricism, and ascertaining a priori the fundamental principles of human knowledge while unitarianism is the religious belief that god is a single person.

As a proper noun unitarianism is

(beginning in 1961) the religion known as unitarian universalism.

Unitarianism vs Calvinism - What's the difference?

unitarianism | calvinism |


As nouns the difference between unitarianism and calvinism

is that unitarianism is the religious belief that god is a single person while calvinism is the christian religious tradition based upon the doctrines and forms of christian practice of several protestant reformers such as (john calvin) as opposed to lutherans.

As a proper noun unitarianism

is (beginning in 1961) the religion known as unitarian universalism.

Unitarianism vs Universalism - What's the difference?

unitarianism | universalism |


As nouns the difference between unitarianism and universalism

is that unitarianism is the religious belief that god is a single person while universalism is a doctrine of universal salvation.

As proper nouns the difference between unitarianism and universalism

is that unitarianism is (beginning in 1961) the religion known as unitarian universalism while universalism is short for unitarian universalism.

Unitarianism vs Other - What's the difference?

unitarianism | other |


As nouns the difference between unitarianism and other

is that unitarianism is the religious belief that god is a single person while other is an other one, more often rendered as another .

As a proper noun unitarianism

is (beginning in 1961) the religion known as unitarian universalism.

As an adjective other is

see.

As a determiner other is

not the one or ones previously referred to.

As an adverb other is

apart from; in the phrase "other than".

As a verb other is

to make into an other.

As a conjunction other is

(label) or.

Unitarianism - What does it mean?

unitarianism | |

Unitarianist vs Unitarianism - What's the difference?

unitarianist | unitarianism |


As nouns the difference between unitarianist and unitarianism

is that unitarianist is unitarian / unitarian while unitarianism is the religious belief that god is a single person.

As a proper noun unitarianism is

(beginning in 1961) the religion known as unitarian universalism.

Taxonomy vs Unitarianism - What's the difference?

taxonomy | unitarianism |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and unitarianism

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while unitarianism is the religious belief that god is a single person.

As a proper noun unitarianism is

(beginning in 1961) the religion known as unitarian universalism.

Unitarianism vs Binarianism - What's the difference?

unitarianism | binarianism |

Unitarianism vs Unitarist - What's the difference?

unitarianism | unitarist |


As a noun unitarianism

is the religious belief that god is a single person.

As a proper noun unitarianism

is (beginning in 1961) the religion known as unitarian universalism.

As an adjective unitarist is

of or pertaining to unitarianism.

Unitarianism vs Triunity - What's the difference?

unitarianism | triunity |

Unitarianism is a see also of triunity.


As nouns the difference between unitarianism and triunity

is that unitarianism is the belief in a single god, not divided into any aspects, particularly when presented as a contrast to christian trinitarianism while triunity is the fact or state of being three in one (usually with reference to the christian idea of the trinity).

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