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Unitarianism : its origin and history, a course of 16 lectures delivered in Channing Hall, Boston, 1888-89.

Author: American Unitarian Association.
Publisher: Boston : American Unitarian Association, 1895, ©1889.
Series: Channing Hall lectures; Library of American civilization, LAC 14227.
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Named Person: William Ellery Channing; Theodore Parker
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: American Unitarian Association.
OCLC Number: 17345378
Reproduction Notes: Microfiche. Chicago : Library Resources, 1970. 1 microfiche ; 8 x 13 cm. (Library of American civilization ; LAC 14227).
Description: xxviii, 394 pages.
Contents: Early Christian doctrine / by Joseph Henry Allen --
Christianity from the 5th to the 15th century / by Andrew P. Peabody --
Unitarianism and the reformation / by Seth C. Beach --
Unitarianism in England / by Brooke Herford --
The contact of American Unitarianism and German thought / by Joseph Henry Allen --
The church and the parish in Massachusetts / by George E. Ellis --
Early New England Unitarians / by Andrew Peabody --
Channing / by George W. Briggs --Transcendentalism, the New England renaissance / by Francis Tiffany --
Theodore Parker / by Samuel Barrett Stewart --
Unitarianism and modern literature / by Francis Hornbrooke --
Unitarianism and modern Biblical criticism / by James de Normandie --
Unitarianism and modern scientific thought / by Thomas R. Slicer --
The law of righteousness / by George Batchelor --
The relation of Unitarianism to philosophy / by Charles Carroll Everett --
Ecclesiastical and denominational tendencies / by Grindall Reynolds.
Series Title: Channing Hall lectures; Library of American civilization, LAC 14227.

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