Sermons, 1924-1933

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Davis finds the 100th anniversary of Unitarianism to be a church without a creed. The key point is not a question of doctrine so much as a question of the proper method to resolve differences of opinion about doctrine. While Catholicism has an authority, the Pope, he sees Protestantism as moving toward the congregation and sincere individual belief.

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always Earl Clement Davis, sermons, minister, Unitarianism, religion, doctrine

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The Great Experiment in Religion: A Church Without a Creed



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