The Unitarians and the Universalists
"It consists of a narrative text, an extensive series of biographical sketches...and a comprehensive bibliographical essay....The narrative itself is a very able analysis of the intellectual and theological development of Unitarianism and Universalism in America....What it does...it does extremely well...." Choice
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