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Boston: Charles C. Little and James Brown, 1845. First edition, only printing (Myerson, A10.1). Wrappers lacking, removed from a bound volume, 20 pp. The Boston Association was contemplating expulsion of Parker as unfit to be a Christian teacher. Parker fights back with cogent, logical arguments – “The Unitarians have no recognized and public creed. It used to be their glory…..I do not know that I have transgressed the limits of Unitarianism, for I do not know what those limits are.” An old vertical fold, light foxing, one corner dog-eared. A Very Good copy. With: (Ware, George F.) Answers to Questions Contained in Mr. Parker’s Letter to the Boston Association of Congregational Ministers. By One Not of the Association. Boston: Crosby and Nichols, 1845. Wrappers lacking, removed from a bound volume, 39 pp. Ware, a divinity student, published this anonymous pamphlet in support of Parker (Grozdins, 2002, p.454). “Mr. Parker has led off gallantly and fearlessly….in a reform that is destined to proceed through the whole of Christendom….till every falsehood shall have been stripped away….from the now moss-grown and dilapidated and tottering ruin of the Christian Church. Title page loose, some foxing and toning, a Good copy. For both -
Title: Letter to the Boston Association of Congregational Ministers, Touching Certain Matters of Their Theology.
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Seller ID: parker,theodore.150boston:charlesc.littleandjame