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instruction, but the faithful use
of the other well assured means
for forming and strengthening
his Lectures (4th, 276, 8th, pathy with and respect for the
faith of others. II. Our sec-
among Trinitarians than among sympathy to the interests of
opinions, and to those who hold
them with us. 1. First, then,
what is our own faith ? 2.
The manner in which we have
in deciding how far we may
tion and interest which
severally feel for our own pe-
culiar faith — will aid us to
is a question often put into the may carry our exclusive sym-
pathy for it.
“ Man born upright.” I. How
shall we ascertain the place
“ Power of Unitarian Christianity
to produce an enlightened and
wants of the sinner.
first place we should pray for
III. I have spoken of
“ New Birth,” 181. 1st. Some
through this change ourselves?
the Anniversary, 338.
Officers of the American Unita-
needs religion, because this life the new church in that place,
Receipts and expenditures of the
American Unitarian Associa-
tion in 1840 and 1841, 323.
““ Reasons offered by Samuel
Liverpool Controversy, 299. lice of the Supreme Court of
Rhode Island, for his opinions his Lectures (1st, 263, 3d, 272,
and Expenditures, 323.
Tracts, index of all the volumes,
Unitarianism defined and defend-
duces upon the character? Waterston, Rev. Mr, his remarks
" What is it to be a Christian ?”
Liverpool Controversy, 263.
Thom, Rev. Mr., selections from