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One Hundred and Twenty Reasons for Being a Universalist, Or, A Conversation Between a Believer in the Final Restoration, and a Sincere Inquirer After Truth.
One Hundred and Twenty Reasons for Being a Universalist, Or, A Conversation Between a Believer in the Final Restoration, and a Sincere Inquirer After Truth.
One Hundred and Twenty Reasons for Being a Universalist, Or, A Conversation Between a Believer in the Final Restoration, and a Sincere Inquirer After Truth.
One Hundred and Twenty Reasons for Being a Universalist, Or, A Conversation Between a Believer in the Final Restoration, and a Sincere Inquirer After Truth.

One Hundred and Twenty Reasons for Being a Universalist, Or, A Conversation Between a Believer in the Final Restoration, and a Sincere Inquirer After Truth.


A Vermont-native, Paul Dean “was a prominent Universalist evangelist and minister in the early 19th century, a rival of Hosea Ballou, a leader of the Restorationists, and the only Universalist preacher of his generation to remain a trinitarian.” (Unitarian Universalist History & Heritage Society)

Dean was Pastor of the Central Universalist Church in Boston when he wrote this tract. Issued also in Providence in the same year. Three copies in OCLC for the former, two for the present edition (NY Historical Society, MHS).


Description: One Hundred and Twenty Reasons for Being a Universalist, Or, A Conversation Between a Believer in the Final Restoration, and a Sincere Inquirer After Truth.

Boston [Mass.]: Printed by J.Q. Adams, 1828. 36pp. 5½ x 3¾ inches. Original plain blue wraps. Title-page and pages with toning or unobtrusive staining; Very Good.

[3731192]

This edition not in Sabin, Imprints or at AAS.


Price: $100.00

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