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Did you know that Unity's cofounder, Charles Fillmore, was the first clergyman to have a religious radio broadcast in Kansas City, Missouri? Or that Unity owned and operated a radio station-WOQ-from 1924 to 1934? For years, Unity has been a pioneer in radio broadcasting, using the latest technology to help spread the Unity message. Today, using Internet Radio, Bob Brach brings the words of Charles Fillmore, Ernest Wilson and other Unity teachers to the airwaves once again. Rev. Bob Brach shares original radio scripts from the Unity archives each week and broadcasts them once again for truth students worldwide! Hear what was happening in the world and in Unity on the date each program was originally broadcast. Call in with your comments and questions about each broadcast or the Unity history from that era. Join the Unity Classic Radio group on Facebook. Get the PDF of Charles' talk. Learn more about the Unity Library & Archives and visit the Charles Fillmore Online Collection. The ideas and opinions expressed on this program do not necessarily reflect the teachings of Unity. Unity respects a wide range of spiritual thoughts and beliefs, as reflected in the diverse range of subjects presented on Unity Online Radio.

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