Here are entered works on the relationship between Christianity and a religious humanism movement within American Unitarianism. Works on a branch of Renaissance humanism that advocated a combination of classical, biblical, and patristic learning as the foundation for renewal of theology, piety, and public morality are entered under Christian humanism.
Here are entered works on programs of education in various subjects aiming towards a greater individual self-awareness or psychological growth as well as a mutual understanding among people and cultures. Works on programs of secondary or higher education that include coursework covering areas of knowledge and experience that should be common to all educated people, irrespective of specialization in a subject discipline, to provide the set of skills and knowlege needed to function in society, are entered under General education. Works on programs of education that seek to interrelate separate parts of the learning experience are entered under Holistic education.