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W11.PRELUDES ON CURRENT EVENTS AND A COPIOUS ANALYTICAL INDEX.
I. Instinct, Intuition, &c., as Tests of Truth.
II. Transcendentalism in New England.
III. Theodore Parker's Absolute Religion.
IV. Caricatured Definitions in Religious Science.
V. Theodore Parker on the Guilt of Sin.
VI. Final Permanence of Moral Character.
VII. Can a Perfect Being permit Evil?
VIII. Religion required by the Nature of Things.
IX. Theodore on Communion with God as Personal.
X. The Trinity and Tritheism.
XI. Fragmentarinėss of Outlook upon the Divine Nature.
I. The Children of the Perishing Poor.
II. The Failure of Strauss' Mythical Theory.
III. Dr. Chalmers' Remedies for the Evil of Cities.
IV. Mexicapised Politics.
V. Yale, Harvard, and Boston.
VI. The Right Direction of the Religiously Irresolute.
VII. Religious Conversation.
VIII. George Whitefield in Boston.
IX. Circe's Cup in Cities.
X. Civil Service Reform.
XI. Plymouth Rock as the Corner-stone of a Factory.
WITH PRELUDES ON CURRENT EVENTS AND A COPIOUS ANALYTICAL INDEX,
I. Is there nothing in God to Fear?
II. The Trinity a Practical Truth.
III. The Trinity the Martyr's Faith.
IV. Theodore Parker's Self-contradictions.
V. The Atonement in the Light of Self-evident Truth.
VI. The Harmonization of the Soul with its Environment.
VII. True and False Optimism.
VIII. Consideration of Mr. Clarke's and Mr. Hale's Criticisms.
IX. Scepticism in New England.
X. Theodore Parker as an Anti-Slavery Reformer.
XI. The Sources of Theodore Parker's Errors.
I. The Thin End of the Romish Wedge.
II. Sectarian Division of State Funds.
III. Aggressive Religion in Boston.
IV. Transmutation of Reading into Conduct.
V. The Five Parts of Prayer.
VI. Moderate Drinking and Disreputable Theatres.
VII. The Possible Uses of Conversations Meetings.
VIII. Current Misconceptions of Orthodoxy.
IX. Use and Abuse of Church Membership.
X. Greece since her Liberation from Turkey.
XI. Lessing's Test of the Worth of Sects.