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Deutsche Unitarier Religionsgemeinschaft ("German Unitarian Religious Community") was founded in 1876 in Germany's Rheinhessen region under the name Religionsgemeinschaft Freier Protestanten ("Religious Community of Free Protestants"). In 1911 their newspaper took on the subtitle "Deutsch-Unitarische Blätter" ("German Unitarian Gazette") because leader Rudolf Walbaum wanted to connect to American Unitarians. By 1977, the group was led by former Nazis Herbert Böhme and Friedrich Ehrlicher. In 1989, an extremely rightist group led by Sigrid Hunke left and founded "Bund Deutscher Unitarier, Religionsgemeinschaft europäischen Geistes". The current name, Deutsche Unitarier Religionsgemeinschaft, was adopted in 1950. Contents 1 Theology 2 Organization 3 Bibliography 4 External links Theology Most members lean towards scientific and philosophical humanism, but there is recognition of the merit of other faith traditions. Organization Congregations are lay-led. It is the only Unitarian group in Germany to belong to the ICUU. Bibliography Gunde Hartmann,Ed. (2000) "Was glauben Sie eigentlich?" Hamburg/Ravensberg: Verlag Deutsche Unitarier External links Deutsche Unitarier Religionsgemeinschaft v · d · eUnitarianism, Universalism and Unitarian Universalism  Organizations Present ICUU Members: Australia and New Zealand, ANZUUA · Canada: CUC (CUSJ · YRUU) · Past LRY) · Czech Republic: NSCU · Denmark: UK · Europe EUU · Finland: UUSF · Germany: DUR · India: CUCI (KUU · UCCM) · Indonesia: IGCG · Ireland & United Kingdom: GAUFCC (UCA · UESM) · Nigeria: FUCN · IIGE · Pakistan: UU · Philippines: UUCP · Poland: KU · Romania: UCT · South Africa: UCSA · Spain: SUUE · Sri Lanka: UUSL · United States: UUA - GA, Districts (BP · CLF (CYF) · CUUPS · HUUmanists · MLTS · SKSM · SUUSI · UUBF · UUCF · UUSC · YRUU) · Past LRY) Provisional members: Brazil: BUC · Norway: UUOoN Emerging groups: Burundi: BU · Congo: CU · Cuba: UUC · UURS · France: AFCU · Kenya: KU · Mexico: LCUM · UUM Associates: Ireland: UCUF · United Nations: UU-UNO In contact: Argentina: PHC · CUCA · Bolivia: BU · Croatia: CUU · France: EUF · Germany: BUC · FUF · Hong Kong: UUHK · Iceland: Within the ELCI · Japan: DCC · Puerto Rico: UUFPR · Togo: ACUT Independent organizations United States: AUC · CUA Past Canada & United States: AUA (LRY · YPRU) · UCA (CTS · LRY · TSSLU · YPCU)  Youth programming Present Canada & United States: CUC & UUA (COA · OWL · YRUU) Past Canada & United States: AUA (LRY · YPRU) · CUC & UUA (AYS · LRY) · UCA (LRY · YPCU)  Education Present Canada & United States: CUC & UUA (MLTS · SKSM · OWL · COA) Past Canada & United States: CTS · TSSLU · AYS  Doctrine and ritual Unitarian Universalism · Unitarianism · Universalism · Universal reconciliation · Christian Universalism · Free Christian · Liberal religion · Religious humanism · Flaming chalice · Flower Communion · Water Communion  See also LGBT topics and Unitarian Universalism · List of Unitarians, Universalists, and Unitarian Universalists · List of Unitarian, Universalist, and Unitarian Universalist churches · History of Unitarianism Unitarian Universalism work group This Unitarianism article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This Unitarian Universalism article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This article about a religious organization is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e