"In this sermon, many of the well-known opinions of Colonel Ingersoll are emphatically disagreed with, and his methods are considered somewhat critically; but his eligibility to membership is declared upon the ground that the church, if it would help the world, must base its fellowship on a common purpose instead of a common believe and must not exclude any human being who is willing to join in the work of helping the world." Self-stated third edition. Crane (1858-1935) was a Unitarian minister, suffragist, and advocate of improved urban sanitation. Her work in the latter resulted in several sanitary condition reports. Before her marriage in 1898 her writings appeared under her maiden name: Caroline J. Bartlett. No copies located via NUC or WorldCat. 12mo. 41,  pp., illus. (port.) As issued: stapled in green wrappers. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Why the People's Church of Kalamazoo would ...
Publisher: Pub. by The Young Men's Union of the People's Church of Kalamazoo, Mich.
Publication Date: 1896
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