The Unity Movement: Its Evolution and Spiritual Teachings

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Templeton Foundation Press, 2002 - Religion - 485 pages
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Documents the lives of the visionaries who created and organized Unity.

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The Unity Movement: Its Evolution and Spiritual Teaching

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The Unity Movement grew out of the mental healing and New Thought movements of the late 1890s. In the 100-plus years of its existence, it has grown to only a reputed 170,000 members, but its active ... Read full review

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Vahle has served as publishing director of Heldref Publications in Washington, D.C. He holds a Ph.D. in American History from Georgetown University and has taught at The American University, The Catholic University of America, and George Mason University.

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