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Unitarianism is any form of Christianity that denies the Trinity.

In nineteenth century America, Unitarian ideas took root in various Congregational churches, especially in New England.

In the mid-1900s, the American Unitarian Church merged with the Universalists, forming the Unitarian Universalists.

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