See also:American Unitarian
See also:minister and author, was
See also:born in Norridgewock, Maine, on the loth of
See also:June 1841 . He graduated at the
See also:Bangor Theological Seminary in 1864, and for nine years was in the Congregational
See also:ministry, being a home missionary at
See also:San Mateo and Grass Valley, California, until 1867, and holding pastorates at Framing-
See also:ham, Mass . (1867–1869), and Hannibal,
See also:Missouri (1869–1873) . He then became a Unitarian, and was pastor of the Third Unitarian
See also:Church of Chicago in 1873-1874, of the Church of the Unity in Boston in 1874-1896, and of the Church of the
See also:Messiah in New
See also:York City in 1896–1906 . He wrote many books, including
See also:Christianity, the Science of Man-
See also:hood (1873), The Religion of
See also:Evolution (1876), The Morals of Evolution (r88o), The Religious
See also:Life (1885), My Creed (1887), The Evolution of Christianity (1892), Our Unitarian
See also:Gospel (1898), The Passing and the Permanent in Religion (1901), Life Beyond
See also:Death (1901), Can Telepathy Explain ? (1902), Life's Dark Problems (1 05), and, besides other volumes in
See also:America to England (1905) .
RICHARD SAVAGE (d. 1743)
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