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Author: William Ellery Channing
Publisher: Boston : American Unitarian Association, 1875.
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Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842.
Works of William E. Channing, D.D.
Boston : American Unitarian Association, 1875
(OCoLC)600318479
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Ellery Channing
OCLC Number: 7243188
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 931 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: 1. Self culture --
2. On the elevation of the laboring classes --
3. Honor due to all men --
4. Ministry for the poor --
5. On preaching the gospel to the poor --
6. Charge for the ordination of Mr. Robert C. Waterston, as minister at large --
7. Address on temperance --
8. Remarks on education --
9. Remarks on national literature --
10. Remarks on associations --
11. The present age --
12. Spiritual freedom --
13. Importance of religion to society --
14. Evidences of Christianity: part I --
15. Evidences of Christianity: Part II --
16. The evidences of revealed religion --
17. Christianity a rational religion --
18. The great purpose of Christianity --
19. Means of promoting Christianity --
20. The Christian ministry --
21. The demands of the age on the ministry --
22. Theological education --
23. Charge at the ordination of the Rev. John Sullivan Dwight --
24. Likeness to God --
25. Character of Christ --
26. The imitableness of Christ' s character --
27. Love to Christ --
fist discourse --
28. Love to Christ --
second discourse --
29. Preaching Christ --
30. Self denial : fist discourse --
31. Self denial : second discourse --
32. The evil sin --
33. Immortality --
34. The future life --
35. Unitarian Christian --
36. Unitarian Christianity most favorable to piety --
37. Objections to Unitarian Christianity considered --
38.Christian worship --
39. The Church --
40. The Sunday school --
41. The moral argument against Calvinism --
42. Letter on Catholicism --
43. The system of exclusion and denunciation of religion --
43. Extracts from a letter on creeds --
44. The duties of children --
45. Daily prayer --
46. Remarks on the character and writings of John Milton --
47. Remarks on the life and character of Napoleon Bonaparte --
48. A discourse on the life and character of the Rev. Joseph Tuckerman, D.D --
49. The philanthropists : A tribute to the memory of the Rev. Naoh Worcester, D.D --
50. A discourse occasioned by the death of the Rev. Dr. Follen --
51. Memoir of John Gallison, Esq --
52. Notice of Rev. S.C Thatcher --
53. The Union --
54. War: discourse before the congregational ministers of Massachusetts, Boston , 1816 --
55. War: Discourse delivered Jan.25, 1835 --
56. Lecture on war --
57. Duties of the citizen in times of trial or danger --
58. Slavery: introduction, 688; I. Property, 692; II. Rights , 697; III. Explanations, 704; IV. The evils of slavery , 707; v. Scripture, 723; VI. Means of removing slavery, 725 --
VII. Abolitionism , 731; VIII. Duties, 737 --
59. The abolitionists: A letter to James G. Birney --
60. A letter to the Hon. Henry clay, on the annexation of Texas to the United States --
61. Remarks on the slavery questions, in a letter to Jonathan Phillips, Esq --
62. Emancipation --
63. The duty of the free states ; or, remarks suggested by the case of the " Creole." Part I --
64. An address delivered at Lenox, on the 1st of August, 1842, being the anniversary of emancipation in the British West Indies --
65. The perfect life : 1. The religious principal in human nature --
2. God revealed in the universe and in humanity --
3. The universal father --
4. The father's love for persons --
5. Trust in the living God --
6. Life a divine gift --
7.The true end of life --
8. The perfecting power of religion --
9. Jesus Christ the brother, friend, and savior --
10. The essence of the Christian life --
11. Perfect life and the end of Christianity --
12. The Church universal.

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