Fifteen years of the Unitarian Laymen"s League, 1919-1934

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Statement[compiled] by Frederic H. Fay.
ContributionsFay, Frederic H., Unitarian Laymen"s League.
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Pagination54p. ;
Number of Pages54
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The Unitarian Laymen’s League seal does not appear in 22 Printers’ Marks and Seals Designed or Redrawn by W.A. Dwiggins (New York: William Edwin Rudge, )—but that is not unusual as a number of seals and marks created by Dwiggins prior to are missing from that volume.

Some of the, like the Unitarian Laymen’s League seal, are, in my opinion, of greater interest than some of. In the same year appeared Unitarian books by John Sherman (–) and another in by Noah Worcester (–). At the opening of the 19th century, with one exception, all the churches of Boston were occupied by Unitarian preachers, and various.

Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Title and imprint varies Report year for ends June 30 (July 1);Aug. 31 Merged with: American Unitarian Association.

Annual report, to form: Unitarian year book and Annual report : A. Francis Ellingwood Abbot (–) – Unitarian minister who led a group that attempted to liberalize the Unitarian constitution and preamble. He later helped found the Free Religious Association.; Abigail Adams (–) – women's rights advocate and first Second Lady and the second First Lady of the United States; James Luther Adams (–) – Unitarian theologian.

The liberals favored the Rev. Henry Ware of Hingham; while the orthodox, charging that he was a Unitarian, opposed him.

The opposition was led by Dr. Jedidiah Morse 2 of Charlestown, who had for fifteen years been the sole public defender of the doctrine of the Trinity in the vicinity of Boston, and who now insisted that a Calvinist should be.

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In he seceded from the Anglican Communion, organized the following year a Unitarian congregation in London, and in built the Essex Street chapel. About the same time anti-Trinitarian views were spread by the scientist Joseph Priestly, pastor of a congregation at Leeds () and later at Birmingham.

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