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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  • Preface
  1. Who are Universalists?
  2. What do Universalists believe?
  3. What Evidences do Universalists adduce from the Scriptures in Support of their Belief in the Eventual Holiness and Happiness of all Men?
  4. Passages from the Old Testament explained, which are adduced to disprove the Sentiments of Universalists. No content.
  5. Passages from the New Testament explained, which are adduced to disprove the Sentiments of Universalists No content.
  6. Popular Objections to Universalism considered No content.
  7. What are the Duties of Universalists? No content.
  8. On the Formation of Universalist Societies Complete, except for period selections from Massachusetts and New York statutes
  9. The Lord’s Supper Begun, but incomplete
  10. On the Organization of Churches, and the Administration of the Supper
  11. Evidences of Revealed Religion No content.

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