Universalism for the Damned: Introducing the Theology of George Lippard

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Title: Universalism for the Damned: Introducing the Theology of George Lippard
Author: McKanan, Daniel P
Citation: McKanan,Dan.2014-2015.Universalism for the Damned: Introducing the Theology of George Lippard. Journal Of Unitarian Universalist History 38, 56-77.
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Abstract: The article focuses on the theological message of a universalism for the sinful individuals which was expounded by novelist and unionist George Lippard during the 19th century. Topics discussed Lippard's vision of sin and salvation as reflected in his novel "The Quaker City," his views on social justice in the novel "Paul Ardenheim," and his opposition to capitalism in the novel "New York: Its Upper Ten and Lower Million." His relationship with Universalists is discussed.
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Citable link to this page: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HUL.InstRepos:19688540
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