I'll put more in later, and I'll allow those who specialize in Deism and Humanism to really beef it up as they wish so long as it does not contradict established history. Seth 17:46, 2 December 2009 (UTC)
- I like where this is going. We've seen just hints so far that there are organized Deist and Humanist movements afoot in IB, and this is a good place to start. Have you thought at all about whether Unitarianism and/or Universalism also have some kind of existence *there*? Benkarnell 18:31, 2 December 2009 (UTC)
- Yes, actually. Both exist, but are minor Christian (and Humanist) sects. Unitarianism is probably predominant North Europe, and Universalism in Central and East Europe. The rise of Deism has since eclipsed these two, and many Unitarian and Universalist congregations have ended up becoming Deistic. They aren't linked, however, like *here*. The congregations that do exist may have a small number of the other in their party, but are largely separate sects.
- In regard to the Reondradun Society, the Humanists and select Deistic congregations are able to pool their effort based a loose agreement that their congregations are advocates of usually fairly liberal or forward-thinking agendas. An example could be the atrocities of the recent Floridian War. I assume that, while many congregations called for peace and what have you, the Reondradun Societies member congregations most likely advocated in a unified manner, sending out pamphlets labeled with the Societies thoughts on the war, how to treat the locals, etc. Basically, the Society is *theres* UU's. Seth 05:10, 3 December 2009 (UTC)