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by. Cooke, George Willis, 1848-1923.

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You can read Unitarianism in America by Cooke George Willis in our library for absolutely free. Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader. Originally published in 1902. This volume from the Cornell University Library's print collections was scanned on an APT BookScan and converted to JPG 2000 format by Kirtas Technologies. nned cover to cover and pages may include marks notations and other marginalia present in the original volume. MoreLess Show More Show Less.

An insatiable reader throughout his life, Cooke was largely self-taught.

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The song was written by George Willis Cooke (23 April 1848 - 30 April 1923). The date of authorship is as yet unknown. Cooke was born in Comstock, Michigan. Though largely self-taught, he studied at Meadeville Theological School in 1872. He was ordained in June of that year, not having obtained a degree from the school.

The aim I have had in view in writing this book has been to give a history of the origin of Unitarianism in the United States, how it has organized itself, and what. Unitarianism in America : A History of Its Origin and Development. by George Willis Cooke.

The aim I have had in view in writing this book has been to give a history of the origin of Unitarianism in the United States, how it has organized itself, and what it has accomplished.

This book was written over a century ago, yet is very readable. It begins at the beginning of Unitarianism in this country, from when it was little more than a difference of thought about the doctrines taught in the orthodox churches of the colonies and continues up to the beginning of the twentieth century. Some of the names mentioned will be familiar to anyone who has had early American lit and history as courses in high school: Louisa May Alcott, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nathan Hale, Thomas Paine, and others, as well as some that were important to the Unitarian movement, i.e., W. E. Channing, Andrews Norton, Jared Sparks, and Theodore Parker, that you may not be as familiar with.

If you really want to understand the current debate about the separation of church and state, and think it's only goes back to the sixties when prayer was removed from school, then this is an excellent place to start. This is an issue Americans have been discussing with varying amounts of rancor since we were only colonies.
good and succinct.