Some time ago, a FAQ was promised to address the basic AUR issues better than the Introduction page. The following questions are now up on the AUR FAQ page, clickable in the sidebar.
1. What does it mean to be Unitarian?
1.1 What significance is Jesus Christ to (Reform) Unitarians?
2. Do Unitarians reject the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit as Trinitarians claim?
2.1 Why is the Reform Unitarian view more correct than the Trinitarian view?
2.2 How did the early Church view the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit?
2.3 Why do so many modern Christians believe that Trinitarianism is central to Christianity?
3. Don’t Unitarians not really have any specific beliefs any more?
3.1 What does it matter if the word “Unitarianism” is used for groups that no longer believe in Unitarianism?
4. What does it mean to be a Reform Unitarian?
4.1 What is Reform Unitarianism restoring and improving?
4.2 Is Reform Unitarianism only concerned with restoring and improving Christianity?
5. What is American about American Unitarian Reform?
5.1 Does American Unitarian Reform violate the Separation of Church and State?
6. What is the Reform Unitarian attitude toward Scripture?