Unitarian hymnody, British
The group of British churches which collectively came to be known as Unitarian have been characterized by significant and continuous developments in their theological positions, moving from an broadly Arian position at the beginning of the 18th century to a clear Unitarian Christian position by the end of the 19th. Since the beginning of the 20th century some ministers and congregations who have adopted a more Universalist (and not necessarily Theistic) theology have even begun to challenge whether the movement should remain essentially Christian in character. The differences in their theological opinions can be traced in the development of their hymns and hymnals; and at no point have...
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