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Author: Theodore Thornton Munger
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, writings, speeches, sermons, and other papers of Theodore Thornton Munger, author, preacher, and spokesman for liberal theology. Also included are papers relating to the Munger and Selden families. Of special interest are the papers throughout the collection which reflect on the many religious controversies in New England between 1870 and 1900 in which Munger became embroiled, particularly  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Sermons
Named Person: Lyman Abbott; Felix Adler; Benjamin W Bacon; Horace Bushnell; F B Carpenter; Timothy Dwight; George Park Fisher; Richard Watson Gilder; Daniel C Gilman; Washington Gladden; Arthur Twining Hadley; John Hay; Samuel E Herrick; Robert Allen Hume; Elisha Mulford; John H Munger; Rosa M Munger; Theodore Thornton Munger; John Willock Noble; Noah Porter; Horace Elisha Scudder; Andrew Dickson White; Munger family.; Selden family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Theodore Thornton Munger
OCLC Number: 702168342
Description: 9 linear ft. (24 boxes, 1 folio)
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Correspondence, writings, speeches, sermons, and other papers of Theodore Thornton Munger, author, preacher, and spokesman for liberal theology. Also included are papers relating to the Munger and Selden families. Of special interest are the papers throughout the collection which reflect on the many religious controversies in New England between 1870 and 1900 in which Munger became embroiled, particularly Congregational polity. Important correspondents include Elisha Mulford, Francis Bicknell Carpenter, Washington Gladden, Andrew Dickson White, and Horace Scudder.

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