Unitarian Universalist History class
Wilbur's A History of Unitarianism
Our Unitarian Heritage
Their Own Words
The Earl Morse
Wilbur Rare Book Collection
of Servetus Project
Pacific Unitarian Universalist
Pacific Unitarian Universalist is a resource center for
ministers, seminarians, lay-leaders and individuals interested in liberal
religion, Unitarianism and Universalism, the Radical Reformation and related
areas of study. Here you will find articles, books, sermons, courses
and other resources. Most of the material is available to you at no
charge, but if you use it in any form other than personal, please credit the
Unitarian Universalist History:
A survey course in Unitarian Universalist History. Dr. Forsey offers this
seven-week online course to members of the congregations she serves.
Dr. Forsey’s book, Queen Isabella Sforza Szapolyai
of Transylvania and Sultan Suleyman of the Ottoman Empire: A Case of
Sixteenth-Century Muslim-Christian Collaboration, was published by
Mellen Press in September 2009.
Find it at
Alicia McNary Forsey
Rev. Alicia McNary Forsey, Ph.D., is a professor of
history and a parish minister, Visiting Scholar at the Graduate Theological
Union, and Adjunct Faculty at the Humanist Institute. Dr. Forsey is responsible for the
project that saved and made accessible the
Earl Morse Wilbur Rare Book
Collection which documents the intellectual history of Unitarianism.
- More information on
Three of Alicia’s sermons.
Dr. Forsey in West Vancouver, British Columbia, 2005–06.