Lange, Fred E. Jr. “Famous Unitarians / Universalists,” PO Box 274, Garwood, New Jersey 07027 (1987).
Unitarians and Universalists are outside the Judeo-Christian groupings, and many of the congregations have members as well as ministers who are religious humanists (who often choose to use terms common to other churches) or secular humanists (who are basically interested in philosophy, the humanities, and the sciences rather than in religion).
Some Universalists distinguish among U's, UU's, and U's, the latter consisting of Universalists who still are not comfortable being a separate group within the UU category.
The Unitarians and Universalists whom Lange describes are listed in the present work.
Rather than distinguish between the two groups, Unitarian is ordinarily used throughout in Philosopedia. A considerable number of contemporary Unitarian Universalists are humanists
(See entry for Unitarians.]