Parker, Theodore. The Revival of Religion which we Need. A Sermon, delivered at Music Hall, Boston, on Sunday, April 11, 1858. Boston: William L. Kent & Co., 1858. First Edition.
Removed, 15 pp pamphlet printed in double columns, 5 3/4 x 9, top outer corner of last few leaves chipped. Good.
Roberts, Revival Literature no. 4123. "Parker speaks of the revival that comes not by prayer and faith, but by man's works."
Theodore Parker (1810-1860), Unitarian minister who was considered extreme even by his own denomination. He embraced and popularized the notion that there are many paths to God, not just the means taught in the Christian scriptures. He was a highly visible and energetic worker for reformist causes and was an ardent abolitionist. (3500)