Tuesday, August 18, 2015

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A Vindication of Unitarianism by James Yates 1816

Some Trinitarian Forgeries 1906

An Inquiry into the Comparative Moral Tendency of Trinitarian and Unitarian Doctrines by Jared Sparks 1823

Early sources of English Unitarian Christianity by Gaston Bonet-Maury 1884

Reasons Why I am a Unitarian by John Beard 1872

Unitarian Thought by Ephraim Emerton 1911

Unitarianism Defended 1839

Who are the Unitarians? by Augustus P Reccord 1920

Discourses on the Doctrines of Christianity by William G Eliot 1890

How I Became a Unitarian 1852

The Crying need of a Renewed Christianity by Charles W Eliot 1915

Unitarianism in America - a History of its Origin and Development by George Willis Cooke 1902

Lectures on the Doctrines of Christianity in controversy between Unitarians and other denominations of Christians by George W Burnap 1848

Unitarian Principles Confirmed by Trinitarian Testimonies by John Wilson 1890

Christianity and Modern Thought 1873

Antitrinitarian Biography - Sketches of the Lives of Distinguished Antitrinitarians, Volume 1 by Robert Wallace 1850

Antitrinitarian Biography - Sketches of the Lives of Distinguished Antitrinitarians, Volume 2 by Robert Wallace 1850

Antitrinitarian Biography - Sketches of the Lives of Distinguished Antitrinitarians, Volume 3 by Robert Wallace 1850

Concessions of Trinitarians by John Wilson 1842

A Statement of Reasons for not Believing the Doctrines of Trinitarians concerning the nature of God and the person of Christ by Andrews Norton 1882

Unitarianism: its Origin and History 1890

The Three Stages of Unitarian Theology by James Martineau 1894

Old and New Unitarian belief by John White Chadwick 1894

Orthodoxy: its Truths and Errors by James Freeman Clarke 1890

Common-Sense in Religion by James Freeman Clarke 1879

Unitarianism Defined - The Scripture Doctrine of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost by Frederick A Farley 1860

Notes on the Amended English Bible with Special Reference to certain texts in the Revised Version of the Old and New Testaments bearing upon the Principles of Unitarian Christianity by Henry Ierson 1887

The Bible and Popular Theology by G Vance Smith 1871

What is Christianity? by J Minot Savage 1897

Reason in Religion by Frederic Henry Hedge 1865 ("The prevailing doctrine of the first century concerning Christ was Unitarian. Jewish converts and Hebrew-Jewish ideas had then the ascendency in the Church; and Judaism, as such, was strictly and purely Unitarian.")

A History of the Unitarians and the Universalists in the United States by Joseph Henry Allen 1894

Unitarian Christianity by William Ellery Channing 1919

History of Early Opinions Concerning Jesus Christ Compiled from Original Writers Proving that the Christian Church was at First Unitarian, Volume 1 by Joseph Priestley 1786

History of Early Opinions Concerning Jesus Christ Compiled from Original Writers Proving that the Christian Church was at First Unitarian, Volume 2 by Joseph Priestley 1786

History of Early Opinions Concerning Jesus Christ Compiled from Original Writers Proving that the Christian Church was at First Unitarian, Volume 3 by Joseph Priestley 1786

History of Early Opinions Concerning Jesus Christ Compiled from Original Writers Proving that the Christian Church was at First Unitarian, Volume 4 by Joseph Priestley 1786

History of the Dogma of the Deity of Jesus Christ by Albert Reville 1878

Scripture Proofs and Scriptural Illustrations of Unitarianism by John Wilson 1847

The Theology of Unitarians by Charles C Everett 1890

The Lives of Eminent Unitarians by William Turner 1840

The New Testament in an Improved Version by Thomas Belsham (the Unitarian Bible) 1809 (John 1:1 "THE Word was in the beginning, and the Word was with God, and the Word was a god")

The New Testament (poor quality): Being the English Only of the Greek and English Testament bt Abner Kneeland 1823 (John 1:1 "IN the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was a God.")

A Discussion of the Doctrine of universal salvation:  Do the Scriptures teach the Final Salvation of all men?” Affirmative, Rev. T.J. Sawyer, D.D.; Negative, Rev. Isaac Wescott

A Debate on the Doctrine of Universal Salvation by Pingree and Rice 1845

An Oral Debate on the Coming of the Son of Man, Endless Punishment, and Universal Salvation by Erasmus Manford, Benjamin Franklin 1860

A Key to Universalism by Charles FR Shehane 1854

The Plain Guide to Universalism by Thomas Whittemore 1840

Philosophy and Faith of Universalism by FW Betts 1913

Universalism against itself by AW Hall 1883

The Problem of Human Destiny as conditioned by free will (Why I am not a Universalist) by Lyman Abbott 1910

Review of Alexander Halls' Universalism Against Itself by George T Flanders 1847

An Examination of Universalism by Nathan George 1846

Lectures on universalism by Joel Parker 1841

Universalism not of the Bible being an examination of more than one hundred and twenty texts of Scriptures, in controversy between Evangelical Christians and Universalists by ND George 1856

Universalism Examined, Renounced, Exposed by Matthew Hale Smith 1844

Universalism and Problems of the Universalist Church by William Frost Crispin 1888

Lectures on Ultra-Universalism by AW McClure 1838

Sermons in Vindication of Universalism by Pitt Morse 1831

The Social Implications of Universalism by Clarence Russell Skinner 1915

by Hosea Ballou, ca. 1849

The Latest Word of Universalism - 13 essays 1878

Universalism Illustrated and Defended by Otis Ainsworth Skinner 1839

Theological Discussion on Universalism and Endless Punishment by Foster and Lozier 1867

A Discussion on Universal Salvation and future punishment by E Manford 1870

Universalism: Its Doctrines and Their Foundations by LJ Fletcher 1864

Universalism Tested by Reason and Revelation 1848

Universalism the Prevailing Doctrine of the Christian Church during its first five hundred years; with authorities and extracts by JW Hanson 1899

The Pro and Con of Universalism by George Rogers 1839

The Universalist's Book of Reference containing all the principal facts and arguments, and scripture texts, pro and con, on the great controversy between limitarians and Universalists by EE Guild 1853

Universalism as it is by Edwin Hatfield 1841

An Exposition and Defence of Universalism by JD Williamson 1840

An Exposition of Universalism by John H Power 1843

A Review of Rev. John H. Power's Exposition of Universalism by George Rogers 1847

Universalism a Modern Invention and not according to Godliness by Andrew Royce 1839

Footprints Heavenward, Or Universalism the More Excellent Way by MJ Steere 1862

A Defence containing the Author's Renunciation of Universalism explained and enlarged - the notices and aspersions of Universalist editors answered and repelled - arguments and principles of Universalists, examined and exploded and religion and revelation vindicated against Skepticism and Infidelity, by Lewis Todd 1834

The Universalist's Assistant, or, an Examination of the principal objections commonly urged against Universalism by Darius Forbes 1846

Discussion of Universalism or, A Defence of Orthodoxy against the Heresy of Universalism by WL McCalla 1825

Universalism, the doctrine of the Bible by Ashford Moore 1847

Universalist Belief or the Doctrinal views of Universalists by A Moore 1841

Universalism Antiscriptural by A Falconer 1875

Bible Proofs of Universal Salvation By John Wesley Hanson 1877

Universalism Asserted as the Hope of the Gospel on the authority of reason, the Fathers, and Holy Scripture by Thomas Allin 1895

Modern Universalism and materialism as viewed in the light of Holy Scripture by Edward Softley 1879

Modern Universalism Exposed in an Examination of the writings of Rev. Walter Balfour by Parsons Cooke 1834

Lectures on Modern Universalism - an Exposure of the System, from recent publications of its standard authors by Samuel Butler 1856

Universalism and the Universalist church by John C Adams 1915

Universalism in America Volume 1 by Richard Eddy 1886

Universalism in America Volume 2 by Richard Eddy 1886

The Philosophy of Universalism (some text hard to read) by Isaac Dowd Williamson 1880

A Brief Debate on Universal salvation and endless punishment by JW Hanson 1879 (poor quality scan)

The Bible Hell: The Words Rendered Hell in the Bible, Sheol, Hadees, Tartarus, and Gehenna by John Wesley Hanson 1878

Universalism against partialism by WM Fernald 1840

Bible Threatening Explained. Passages of Scripture Sometimes Quoted to Prove Endless Punishment, Shown to Teach Consequences of Limited Duration by JW Hanson 1878

Remarks on the Distinguishing Doctrine of Modern Universalism which teaches that there is no hell and no punishment for the wicked after death by Adam Empie 1825

Ancient History of Universalism from the time of the Ppostles, to the fifth general council tracing the doctrine to the Reformation by Hosea Ballou 1872

The Doctrine of Eternal Hell Torments Overthrown by Samuel Richardson 1833

The Question of Questions - is Christ indeed the Saviour of the World by Thomas Allin 1885

Pagan origin of Partialist Doctrines by John Claudius Pitrat 1871

Primitive Christianity versus Popular Theology by James Hall 1853

The Anti-Universalist by Josiah Priest 1839

A Report of the Discussion held in Newmarket between a Universalist and a Freewill Baptist, including a reply to a letter from Mr. Balfour 1842

Theological Views (The Teachings of Scripture concerning Punishment, Examination of the doctrine of Future Retribution) by Theodore Clapp 1859

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  1. Subject: Unitarian Statement on the Bible and the Trinity

    Excerpt from 100 Scriptural Arguments for the Unitarian Faith, by
    the American Unitarian Association:

    There are in the New Testament 17 passages wherein the Father is
    styled ONE or ONLY God, while there is not a single passage in which
    the Son is so styled.

    There are 320 passages in which the Father is absolutely, and by way
    of eminence, called God; while there is not one in which the Son is
    thus called.

    There are 105 passages in which the Father is denominated God, with
    peculiarly high titles and epithets; whereas the Son is not once

    There are 90 passages wherein it is declared that all prayers and
    praises ought to be offered to Him, and that everything ought to be
    ultimately directed to his honor and glory; while of the Son no such
    declaration is ever made.

    There are 1300 passages in the NT wherein the word _God_ is
    mentioned, not one necessarily implies the existence of more than
    one person in the Godhead, or that this one is any other than the

    There are 300 passages wherein the Son is declared, positively, or
    by clearest implication, to be subordinate to the Father, deriving
    his being from Him, reciving from Him his divine power, and acting
    in all things wholly according to His will.

    In a word, the supremacy of the Father, and the inferiority of the
    Son, is the simple, unembarrassed, and current doctrine of the
    Bible; whereasm that of their equality or identity is clothed in
    mystery, encumbered with difficulties, and dependant, at the best,
    upon few passages for support.

  2. A Paraphrase of John 1:1-18 by Evangelion on http://www.thechristadelphians.org

    In the beginning, there was a pattern for everything.
    The pattern was God’s; the pattern was divine.
    The pattern was God’s from the beginning.

    Everything that exists, came from that pattern. There is nothing that exists now, which did not first exist in the mind of God.
    The pattern is both the source of new life and the meaning of life.
    It is a way of being alive in opposition to death, and death cannot overcome it.

    God sent a man named John to tell people about the possibilities of this way of being alive so that everybody would trust the agent of God, through whom this new life would come.
    John was not this agent, but he taught people how to recognise the one who was.
    The agent of new life was coming into the world.

    To some people, however, this new life is unrecognisable.
    Some who could be expected to see the possibilities of this way of being alive, select death instead.
    Others embrace life. They trust what God has to offer.
    God made this offer to His entire creation. Its source is heavenly, not earthly.

    God is not only the source, but also the meaning of life itself.
    God’s divine pattern was embodied in a man who lived among us.
    No man has seen God literally – but they have seen His only-begotten Son Jesus – the agent of new life, and the representative of God.