Most Religious Groups wouldn't embrace the label "heretic," but for the Unitarian Universalists, whose religion is founded on the concept of choice, this designation is in keeping with their faith. The group asserts that its members have always been heretics, which is how they explain their commitment to religious pluralism and their respect for and acceptance of all belief systems.
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