A Review by the Minneapolis Liberal League of a Sermon Published by Rev. R.F. Sample, Presbyterian Clergyman of Minneapolis. Subject: The Triumphs of Christianity

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Published by Minneapolis: Minneapolis Liberal League, 1876
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Title: A Review by the Minneapolis Liberal League ...

Publisher: Minneapolis: Minneapolis Liberal League

Publication Date: 1876

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Good

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26 p., paper pamphlet. A prefatory statement explains this publication: "On Sunday the 6th day of Feb., 1876, Rev. R.F. Sample, of Westminster Presbyterian Church preached a sermon on 'The Triumph of Christianity.' This sermon was printed at length in the Minneapolis Daily Tribune, and subsequently in pamphlet form, and offered for sale at the news stands and book stores of the city. The sermon covers nearly the whole theological field, especially as it touches modern science, and, is doubtless, accepted as an authoritative statement of the present position of Evangelical Christians. The Liberal League reviewed its leading statements. Notice was given one week previously and more than one hundred copies of the sermon circulated among members of the League. The following pages contain the substance of the arguments used by different members of the League." The pamphlet consists of the remarks of Judge R. Reynolds, whose contribution may suggest the tenor of the review: he points out that the sermon proposes to lay out the tenents to which all "Christians" must adhere, and that those who do not do so are called infidels or unbelievers. The others whose remarks are included are M.W. Getchell; William Krech; W.C. Coles; Mrs. H.M. Clark; Frank J. Mead; and S.C. Gale. The last section is the "Conclusion," but only a paragraph and a half are present as the remainder of the pamphlet is missing. Glued and stitched at spine, apparently disbound from a collection of documents. A tear on the cover page has been repaired with invisible archival tape. Bookseller Inventory # 111515Mvf

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