Letters to the Rev. William E. Channing, D.D., on the existence and agency of fallen spirits. (Book, 1828) [WorldCat.org]
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Letters to the Rev. William E. Channing, D.D., on the existence and agency of fallen spirits.

Author: Canonicus; William Ellery Channing
Publisher: Boston, T.R. Marvin; sold by Crocker and Brewster [and others] 1828.
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature
Ouvrages de controverse
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Canonicus, 1797-1830.
Letters to the Rev. William E. Channing, D.D., on the existence and agency of fallen spirits.
Boston, T.R. Marvin; sold by Crocker and Brewster [and others] 1828
(OCoLC)644573309
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Canonicus; William Ellery Channing
OCLC Number: 208928
Description: iv, 156 pages 20 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction. Statement of subject --
2. Preparatory argument --
3. Scriptural argument commenced --
4. Scriptural argument continued --
5. Scriptural argument concluded --
6. Recapitulation. Philosophical argument. Objections considered --
7. Inferences. Conclusion --
Note A: The Jewish belief in the existence of Satan not "a fiction of Oriental mythology" --
Note B: Consistent rationalism denies all angelical existences --
Note C: English Unitarian views of the temptation, devil, etc. --
Note D: American Unitarian canon of inspired books --
Note E: The credulity and tendency of rationalism --
Note F: Priestley. Eichhorn. Calvin. The effect of liberal sentiments in Switzerland, and of evangelical sentiments in Great Britain --
Note G: References to passages of the New Testament, asserting the existence of evil spirits --
Note H. Reason --
its province and use. Judge story --
Note I: Are Unitarians universalists? --
Note J: Are Unitarians Christians? --
Not K: Books specially deserving attention.

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