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|Statement||John E. MacNab.|
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Unitarians and Universalists of the Southeastern United States During the 19th Century. Earl Wallace Cory. B.A. Degree from Linfield College, M.A. Degree from the University of Georgia, A Dissertation Submitted to Graduate Faculty of the University of Georgia in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of.
MacNab, John Unitarians and Socialistic Ideas in the United States Prior toX Merriam, John The First Parish of Framingham,rx Meserve, Henry C.: The First Unitarian Society of San Francisco,rx-I. Murdock, Kenneth B Notes on Cotton and Increase Mather, I-I.
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Perham] The Maine Book on Universalism, West Paris, Me.], book: In the first part of the 19th century, more thanindividuals formed Utopian communities in an effort to create perfect societies. The idea of a perfect society intertwined with communalism can be traced back to Plato's Republic, the book of Acts in the New Testament, and the works of Sir Thomas More.
The years to saw the heyday of this movement with the. Prior to CE— BCE- Ionians believed in one irreducible element common in all nature, called the universal substance, to which all things would return.
Clement of Alexandria was born, probably in Athens, Greece. He utilized Christian, Jewish, Pagan, and heretical works as sources of knowledge. CE-Origen Adamentius was born in Alexandria. Meeting in convention at Auburn in January,they called a national convention to meet in Buffalo in June.
John Curtis of Ohio presided, and Gerrit Smith was chairman of the Committee on the Address and Resolutions. The committee reported two addresses, --one to the colored people of the free States and one to the people of the United States.
American Culture and Reform, – Transcendentalism, Religion, and Utopian Movements - Transcendentalism. In his book The Age of Reason, Thomas Paine advanced a religious philosophy called Deism that struck at the tenets of organized religions, particularly Calvinism as it was practiced by the Puritans.
These principles are the secret of its power and prosperity. The oppressed and downtrodden throughout Christendom have turned to this land with interest and hope.
Millions have sought its shores, and the United States has risen to a place among the most powerful nations of the earth. —The Great Controversy (), WEGW 5 19th-Century Utopian Communities in the United States From group marriage to restrictions on hot baths, explore the surprising practices of Author: Elizabeth Dunn.
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A HISTORY OF ITS ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT. INTRODUCTIONENGLISH SOURCES OF AMERICAN UNITARIANISM. The sources of American Unitarianism are to be found in the spirit of individualism developed by the Renaissance, the tendency to free inquiry that manifested itself in the Protestant Reformation, and the general movement of the English churches of.
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In this way two ideas are emphasized: first, that slavery is incompatible with capitalism, and second, that the Liberal capitalists freed the slaves.
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