Have Yourself a Merry Unitarian Christmas


Jon Rowe

Jon Rowe is a full Professor of Business at Mercer County Community College, where he teaches business, law, and legal issues relating to politics. Of course, his views do not necessarily represent those of his employer.

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  1. Avatar Austin

    As a lifelong Christian, I have not ever heard another Christian (lay or clergy) try to lasso Dickens into a defense of “Christ back in Christmas…” As interesting as the historical tidbit is, I think calling it in is a strawman.

    Not that it matters. ūüôā

    Merry Christmas!Report

    • Avatar jdutky in reply to Austin

      Similarly, your description of Unitarianism seems a bit off: Unitarianism (and Unitarian Universalism) may well value good works over salvation by the blood of Christ (or whatever), but the defining credo of Unitarianism is simply the rejection of the trinity.

      Not that it matters. ūüôā

      Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, and so on, etcetera!Report

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