About Progressive Christianity
"...embrace the search not certainty"
Progressive Christianity represents the most liberal wing of Christianity,
just as fundamentalist Christianity is the most conservative.
There is no actual denomination of progressive Christians. Rather, they are
found scattered among a wide range of liberal and mainline Protestant
denominations; some are even found within evangelical denominations, Roman Catholicism, and
Eastern Orthodoxy. They are not necessarily particularly vocal about their
During the 20th century, those Unitarian Universalist congregations associated with the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations in the U.S. (commonly
called the Unitarian Universalist Association or UUA) and Unitarian congregations associated with the Canadian Unitarian Council in Canada were considered the most progressive Christian faith groups in North America. However, over time, both groups evolved to being primarily Humanistic in belief, while their progressive Chrisitian members became a minority.
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Copyright © 2003 to 2010 by Ontario Consultants on Religious
Originally written: 2003-SEP-28
Latest update: 2010-SEP-27
Author: B.A. Robinson