Tuesday, October 13, 1964
College Station, Texas Page 3
Who are these Unitarians?
Unitarians are not bound by creed or dogma: each reserves the right to formulate his own religion, based upon his own intelligent reasoning. As a religious group, they believe the DEED to be more important than the creed. Possibly that is the reason so many outstanding humanitarians were members of the Unitarian denomination. These include Thomas Jefferson, Horace Mann, Daniel Webster, Susan B. Anthony, Emerson, Hawthorne, Longfellow, Maria Mitchell and many others. Unitarians believe that the way
a person lives is the real test of his religion.
UNITARIAN FORUM, Wednesday: 14 October (1964) at 8:00 p.m.
The History of Unitarianism
Speaker. Mrs. Linda Pequegnat
Unitarian Fellowship Building
New South Gate oh Old Highway 6