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The Experience of Religious Varieties: Psychology of Religion for the 21st Century

Religious Refugees and Spiritual Immigrants: The Psychology of Unitarian Universalism

Branden Thornhill-Miller

What are Unitarian Universalists really like? What might theists, mystics, pagans, and scientifically inclined atheists who identify themselves as UUs hold in common? Little is actually known about the personal experiences, individual differences, and psychological variables that have led people to this eclectic tradition. This talk will report some preliminary research revealing the nature of Unitarian Universalism in a new way, on a different level. 

Branden Thornhill-Miller is a lecturer in psychology at Hertford and Harris Manchester Colleges, University of Oxford.

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