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Publisher: Boston:, Printed by William Peirce, No. 9 Cornhill.: 1833 1833
Item Number: 16716
"BRAMAN, MILTON P. & THOMAS WHITTEMORE. A Report of the Discussion at Danvers, Mass. Between the Rev. Milton P. Braman, Pastor of the First Church in Danvers, and Thomas Whittemore, Editor of the Trumpet and Universalist Magazine; on the Question, ""Is the Doctrine of Endless Misery Revealed in the Holy Scriptures!"" November 6, 1833. Boston: Printed by William Peirce, No. 9 Cornhill. 1833. Duodecimo. Disbound pamphlet, side-stitched, light foxing--a bit heavier on final pages. Collation: 1-36, 2 unsigned leaves (appendix). Pagination: (1) title, (1) ""The Reporter... View more info
Publisher: Self title, no place, no publisher,: No date [1833?]
Item Number: 16692
Condition: Pamphlet, side-stitched, large water stain along bottom margin of leaves--darker on first and last leaves, light foxing--darker on first and last leaves, 2 x 5 cm blank piece torn from bottom margin of last leaf. Collation: A-B8. Pagination: 1-16pp.
Samuel Rogers Andrew (1787-1858) Congregational minister in Connecticut. "The writer of the following remarks does not profess to have entered minutely into every point in theology, which the restless spirit of controversy has of late drawn into discussion... And yet, he believes that he has noticed the great points... The great points in the controversy may be reduced to two; the nature of sin, and the reasons of its being permitted, under the divine government... The position, that sin consists in voluntary and intelligent action, and not in something distinct from the will was maintained by... View more info
Publisher: New Haven:, Printed by Hezekiah Howe.: 1829
Item Number: 17056
Condition: Pamphlet, disbound and side-stitched, very light foxing. The number "3." written at top of title. Collation: 1-54, 62. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, -21 Letter &c, -43 Postscript, (1) blank. The Postscript discusses Mr. Harvey's Review of N.W. Taylor's sermon, Concio ad clerum. Amer. Imprints #38198.
Nathaniel W. Taylor (1786-1858) Congregational theologian and educator. In 1822 he was appointed Dwight Professor of Didactic Theology in Yale Divinity School. "Being of a bold and original mind, endowed with speculative talents of a high order... he broke through the narrow confines of the accepted theology. Moreover, he was a revival preacher deeply concerned with relating religious truth to the facts of human consciousness. His point of divergence was the reality of freedom of choice... Man, he affirmed, is not born totally depraved, but with certain sinful inclinations, and his 'sin c... View more info