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Debating for God : Alexander Campbell's challenge to skepticism in antebellum America

Author: Richard J Cherok; Robert Owen; Samuel Underhill
Publisher: Abilene, Tex. : Abilene Christian University Press, 2008.
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature
Named Person: Alexander Campbell; Robert Owen; Samuel Underhill; Alexander Campbell
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard J Cherok; Robert Owen; Samuel Underhill
ISBN: 9780891125303 0891125302 9780891125310 0891125310
OCLC Number: 228299154
Notes: Campbell refuted was originally published in Cincinnati as a pamphlet [1830?]. This transcription was reprinted from Underhill's newspaper, the Cleveland Liberalist.
Description: 224 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: Alexander Campbell and the mass religious culture of antebellum America --
Alexander Campbell and nineteenth-century Christian rationalism --
Drawing the battle lines: Campbell's early opposition to skepticism --
The great debate: Campbell, Owen, and the evidences of Christianity --
A letter from a "private student": Humphrey Marshall's response to the Campbell-Owen debate --
"Whet your sword anew": an Owenite challenge from Doctor Samuel Underhill --
Charles Cassedy: alcoholic, writer, and inquisitive skeptic --
Combating the new skeptics: universalism, unitarianism, and spiritualism --
Conclusion: "Defender of the faith once delivered to the saints" --
Appendix A. Owen's "Twelve fundamentals laws of human nature" --
Appendix B. Underhill's "Campbell refuted."
Other Titles: Alexander Campbell's challenge to skepticism in antebellum America
Responsibility: Richard J. Cherok.

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