An Exposition of Views Respecting the Principal Facts, Causes and Peculiarities Involved in Spirit Manifestations Together with Interesting Phenomenal Statements and Communications

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Kessinger Publishing, Apr 1, 2004 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 260 pages
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1852. Adin Ballou, founder of the utopian community at Hopedale, Massachusetts and a leading 19th century exponent of pacifism, was during his long career a Universalist, a Restorationist, a Practical Christian, and a Unitarian minister. A tireless reformer, he sought to bring his Christian and socialist vision of society into practice. This book contains a collection of authentic statements concerning phenomenal demonstrations, together with interesting communications purporting to have come from departed spirits.

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