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CONFESSIONS OF UNIVERSALISM:
A POEM IN TWELVE CANTOS.
TO WHICH ARE ADDED
LECTURES ON UNIVERSALISM: WHEREIN THE SYSTEM IS EXPLAINED, AND ITS CHIEF ARGUMENTS
CONSIDERED AND REFUTED.
BY ARTHUR CRIHFIELD.
But after thy hardness and impenitent heart, treasurest up anto thy. self wrath against the day of wrath."-PAUL. .“Who, being past feeling, have given themselves over all uncleanness with greediness."-PAUL.
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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1848,
been carried on with considerable spirit and violence:
ion that too much importance has been given to the sub-
than the public require. The opinion, possibly, may be
who entertain it, have paid but partial attention to the
Some time in the autumn of 1847, by what may be
and that sect of unbelievers styled Universalists, has
Own opinion is, that too much care cannot be
appear, by the feeble means
in my possession. If an