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  • Author:
    Clarence Russell Skinner
  • ISBN:
    1437167497
  • ISBN13:
    978-1437167498
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    Kessinger Publishing, LLC (November 26, 2008)
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    100 pages
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Clarence Russell Skinner (1881–1949) was a Universalist Minister . The Unitarian Universalist Association's Skinner House Books imprint is named after him. Clarence Skinner died in 1949.

Clarence Russell Skinner (1881–1949) was a Universalist Minister, Teacher, and Dean of the Crane School of Theology at Tufts University. Clarence Skinner was on faculty at Crane Theological School, Tufts University as Professor of Applied Christianity from 1914-1933, and served as Dean from 1933-1945. He wrote several books that had a substantial influence on Universalism in America in the twentieth century: The Social Implication of Universalism in 1915, A Religion for Greatness in 1945, and, posthumously, Worship and a Well.

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The Social Implications of Universalismby Clarence Russell Skinner. A Theology for the Social Gospelby Walter Rauschenbusch. The Key to the UniverseOr a Spiritual Interpretation of Numbers and Symbolsby Harriette Augusta Curtiss

The Social Implications of Universalismby Clarence Russell Skinner. The Key to the UniverseOr a Spiritual Interpretation of Numbers and Symbolsby Harriette Augusta Curtiss. The Law of the Rhythmic BreathTeaching the Generation, Conservation, and Control of Vital Forceby Ella Adelia Fletcher.

Skinner, Clarence Russell was born on March 23, 1881 in Brooklyn, New York, United States. Author: Social Implications of Universalism. A Free Pulpit in Action, 1931. Liberalism Faces the Future, 1937. Human Nature and the Nature of Evil, 1939. Son of Charles Montgomery and Ada (Blanchard) Skinner. Bachelor of Arts, St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York, 1904, Master of Arts, 1910. Co-author: Life of John Murray, Founder of Universalism, A Religion for Greatness. Lecturer on social economic, international topics.

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Anasius
The naive 1915 support of eugenics is disgusting. The message of all people being worthy of God's love is great.

I bought this as required reading and while the large type of the book is a bit startling at first, it's an easy read.
Onetarieva
Very, Very, Disappointed~more opinion than anything else and that's why!!! Sorry that I can't say anything nice, I hated it!!!!!