Charles R. Fillmore, grandson of the founders of Unity, calls The Story of Unity "both a factual and fascinating account of how a courageous American couple gave the world a new practical approach to Christianity at a time when it was badly needed."
This updated edition includes the original fifteen chapters relating the life and teachings of Charles and Myrtle Fillmore, founders of the Unity movement. Photographs and a chronology have been added to further enhance the text.
The Unity movement has experienced a steady growth for more than a century. Today, as this book accurately relates, Unity's approach strives to be psychologically healthy, scientifically sound, intellectually challenging, and spiritually satisfying.
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James Dillet Freeman began writing verse at the age of ten. By the time he finished college, his poems had been published nationally.
Rev. Freeman served as director of Unity's ministerial program and also as director of Silent Unity, a worldwide prayer ministry. It is as poet and author that Freeman is best known. His work has been translated into thirteen languages, and it is estimated that published copies of his poems exceed 500 million.
His "Prayer for Protection" was taken aboard Apollo 11 in July 1969 by astronaut Buzz Aldrin.
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