The Early Works of Orestes A. Brownson: The Universalist Years, 1826-29 - Vol. 1

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page i
  • The Early Works of Orestes A. Brownson - Volume I: The Universalist Years, 1826-29 iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Introduction 1
  • Works 35
  • 2 - An Essay on the Progress of Truth 44
  • 3 - A Sermon. on Zeal in Religion 76
  • 4 - The Faith and Character of the True Christian 87
  • 5 - The Essayist 97
  • 6 - A Sermon 127
  • 7 - A Sermon. on the New Birth 137
  • 8 - A Sermon. on the Salvation of All Men 150
  • 9 - A Sermon. on the Moral Condition of Mankind 161
  • 10 - Missionaries 173
  • 11 - Reply to "L. C." 180
  • 12 - A Sermon. on Endless Punishment 189
  • 13 - An Essay on Christianity 201
  • 14 - A Sermon. Why Men Follow Vice. 236
  • 15 - A Sermon. on Faith and Its Consequences 244
  • 16 - An Essay on Divine Goodness 252
  • 17 - Sunday Memorial 268
  • 18 - Free Enquirers 276
  • 19 - The Times 280
  • 20 - Reverend Abner Kneeland 290
  • 21 - To James Luckey, Esq. 292
  • 22 - Church and State 307
  • 23 - Vindication of Universalism 333
  • 24 - Review of Amicus 335
  • 25 - My Creed 349
  • 26 - A Sermon. on Trusting in Providence 353
  • 27 - Mr. Reese's Letter 363
  • 28 - Equality 372
  • 29 - The Mission of Christ 376
  • 30 - A Sermon. Mankind Authours [sic] of Their Own Misery 381
  • 31 - A Gospel Creed 389
  • 32 - To the Universalists 393
  • 33 - To the Editors of the Free Enquirer 395
  • Index of Biblical References 399
  • Index of Names and Subjects 401
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