See also:American Unitarian
See also:clergy-man and author, was
See also:born in Westhampton, Massachusetts, on the 23rd of
See also:July 1813 . He
See also:bore the same name as his
See also:father and grandfather; the former (1789–1860) made an especial study of
See also:history of the towns of the
See also:Connecticut valley, and wrote a History of Hadley (1863) . The son lived in Northampton after his tenth
See also:year, was converted in a revival there in x826, graduated from Yale in 1836, and taught in 1836 at 1 Other forms make him a Danite, and consider the passage in
See also:Genesis (xlix . 17) a prophecy of the traitor . Templeton, Mass., where he first met Unitarians and soon found the solution of his theological difficulties in their views . He entered the Harvard divinity school, from which he graduated in 1840 . In the same year he was ordained pastor of the Unitarian
See also:church of
See also:Augusta, Maine, where he died on the 26th of
See also:January 1853 . His widest reputation was as the author of
See also:Margaret, a
See also:Tale of the Real and the Ideal,including Sketches of a place not before described, called
See also:Mons Christi (1845; revised 1851), written to exhibit the errors of Calvinistic and all trinitarian
See also:theology, and the evils of war, intemperance, capital punishment, the prison
See also:system of the
See also:time, and the
See also:national treatment of the
See also:Indians . This
See also:story, published anonymously, attracted much
See also:attention by its true descriptions of New England
See also:life and scenery as well as by its author's
See also:earnest purpose .
See also:Richard Edney and the
See also:Family (185o) is in much the same vein as Margaret . A poem entitled Philo, an Evangeliad (185o) is a versified defence of
See also:Unitarianism . He published, besides, The Church, in a Series of Discourses (1854) .
As a preacher and pastor he urged the desirability of
See also:baptism . He lectured frequently on
See also:international peace and opposed
See also:slavery . See
See also:Hall, Life and Character of the Rev . Sylvester
See also:Judd (Boston, 1857) published anonymously .
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THE GENERAL EPISTLE OF JUDE
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