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The works of William E. Channing, D.D.
6th complete ed., with an introduction.
by

Published by James Munroe in Boston .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

v. 1. Remarks on the character and writings of John Milton (1826)
Remarks on the life and character of Napoleon Bonaparte (1827-1828)
Remarks on the character and writings of Fenelon (1829)
The moral argument against Calvinism (1820)
Remarks on national literature
Remarks on Associations
The Union (1829)
Remarks on education (1833)
v. 2. Slavery (Property, Rights, Explanations, The evils of slavery, Scripture, Means of removing slavery, Abolitionism, Duties)
The abolitionists, &c.
On the annexation of Texas to the United States
On Catholicism, &c.
On creeds
Address on temperance
Self-culture.
v. 3. Preaching Christ: discourse at the ordination of the Rev. John Emery Abbot
War: discourse before the Congregational ministers of Massachusetts
Unitarian Christianity: discourse at the ordination of the Rev. Jared Sparks
The evidences of religion revealed
The demands of the age on the ministry: discourse at the ordination of the Rev. E.S. Gannett
Unitarian Christianity most favorable to piety
The great purpose of Christianity: discourse at the installation of the Rev. M.I. Motte
Likeness to God: discourse at the ordination of the Rev. F.A. Farley
The Christian ministry: discourse at the dedication of Divinity Hall, Cambridge
The duties of children
Honor due to all men
The evidences of Christianity.
v. 4. Character of Christ
Christianity: a rational religion
Spiritual freedom (1830)
Self-denial
The imitableness of Christ's character
The evil of sin
Immortality
Love to Christ
The future life
War
Ministry for the poor
Christian worship
The Sunday-school
The philanthropist: a tribute to the memory of the Rev. Noah Worcester.
v. 5. Remarks on the slavery question (1839)
Lecture on war (1839)
Lectures on the elevation of the laboring portion of the community (1840)
Discourse occasioned by the death of the Rev. Dr. Follen (1840)
Charge: On preaching the gospel to the poor; at the ordination of Charles Barnard and Frederick T. Gray
Charge for the ordination of the Rev. Robert C. Waterston (1839)
Charge at the ordination of the Rev. John Sullivan Dwight (1840)
Miscellanies. Daily prayer ; Means of promoting Christianity ; Importance of religion to society ; Memoir of John Gallison
Appendix. On increasing the means of theological education ; The system of exclusion and denunciation in religion considered ; Objections to Unitarian Christianity considered ; Duties of the citizen in times of trial or danger ; Notice of the Rev. S.C. Thacher.
v. 6. Emancipation (1840)
Discourse on the life and character of the Rev. Joseph Tuckerman
The present age (1841)
The Church (1841)
The duty of the free states (1842)
An address delivered at Lenox on the first of August, 1842, being the anniversary of emancipation in the British West Indies.

Edition Notes

Other Titles Channing's works

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Pagination 6 v. ;

ID Numbers

Open Library OL24140386M
Internet Archive worksofwilliamec03inchan
OCLC/WorldCat 3368708

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