My experience with Unitarians, primarily in CA, is that they take no hard position on much of anything. They are very content to sit by the camp fire, sing songs and criticize anyone that does take a hard position, on anything. They, as has been said, will listen to anyone on most any subject and in that feel content that they have absorbed the universal IQ, and are now free to continue with the camp fire songs.. Most were opposed to the, "hard Line' of the US Constitution and most , more then favor the UN Manifesto on Human Rights, as a "World Principle" to be enforced my "One" global form of governance. For the, spiritually minded, a god is anything one, at any given point in their lives decides that it should be, with corresponding requirements of belief. This is not much different then any orthodox belief as this too changes with generations and cultures. As was said, "And this to shall pass."