Unitarian Christianity (Forgotten Books)

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  • Unitarian Christianity (Forgotten Books)
  • William Ellery Channing
  • English
  • 06 January 2018
  • 9781605063010

10 thoughts on “Unitarian Christianity (Forgotten Books)

  1. says:

    Excellent, inspirational sermons about liberal Christianity very well written Stands the test of time Great for readers open to God and Jesus but dismayed by the modern trends in the church and the evangelical movement.

  2. says:

    This was the sermon delivered at the installation of Jared Sparks at the Unitarian Church in Balti, MD Though it was delivered by Channing, who did not have a great voice, in a hall that had terrible acoustics, and so was heard by no than a few dozen at the time it was delivered, it was the first crystal clear statement of the Unitarian position in the United States Channing was reluctant to be the standard bearer of the cause, though he agreed with its premise that trinitarian ideas are not biblical He felt that, despite differences in doctrine that there still could be comity and collegiality among the Congregational Churches with pulpit exchanges and the like, and was sad that the Trinitarians took the Unitarian position as an attack, refusing to do pulpit exchanges Even when he delivered this sermon, he was hoping for there to be no break in relations with other Christian ...

  3. says:

    True ChristianityThis little volume is for everyone who wants a true and honest relationship with God Channing has pointed out clearly the true nature of The Faith To devotedly and humbly follow Jesus in the love of God and one s fellows is a true and honest calling Yhis boo...

  4. says:

    Although Channing attempts to refute the accusation that Unitarians make unwarrantable use of reason in the interpretation of Scripture, he nonetheless proposes a rationally based approach to hermeneutics, explaining that because its language is singularly figurative, demanding frequent departures from the literal sense, it consequently demands continual exercise of judgment, and thus the reader is compelled to look beyond the letter to the spirit He claims that taking Scripture at face value, and not adjusting one s understanding of for instance stories of the miraculous, would be to abandon this book to its enemies After discussing his view on the role of reason in interpreting Scripture, Channing proceeds throughout his address to subject and thus distort Scriptural teaching to this rationally based hermeneutic For example, he rejects the Scriptural teaching of the propitiatory atonement, partially based on what he deems to be the obvious maxim that the guilt of a being must be proportioned to his nature and powers He cites that this doctrine bears strong marks of absurdity an appeal to reason , and adduces that God cannot, in any sense, be a sufferer, or bear a penalty in the room of his creatures In Channing s doctrine, reason wields authority over Scripture, and if it does no...

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