The Plain Guide to Universalism: designed to lead inquirers to the belief of that doctrine and believers to the practice of it by Thomas Whittemore. Boston: Published by the author, 1840.
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- Who are Universalists?
- What do Universalists believe?
- What Evidences do Universalists adduce from the Scriptures in Support of their Belief in the Eventual Holiness and Happiness of all Men?
- Passages from the Old Testament explained, which are adduced to disprove the Sentiments of Universalists. No content.
- Passages from the New Testament explained, which are adduced to disprove the Sentiments of Universalists No content.
- Popular Objections to Universalism considered No content.
- What are the Duties of Universalists? No content.
- On the Formation of Universalist Societies Complete, except for period selections from Massachusetts and New York statutes
- The Lord’s Supper Begun, but incomplete
- On the Organization of Churches, and the Administration of the Supper
- Evidences of Revealed Religion No content.