Minutes of a discussion on the question "Is the punishment of the wicked absolutely eternal? or is it only a temporal punishment in this world, for their good, and to be succeeded by eternal happiness after death?" Between Rev. Abner Kneeland and Rev. W. L. M'Calla, which commenced at the First Independent Church of Christ, ca;lled Universalist ... Taken in short-hand by R. L. Jennings. Abner Kneeland, W. L. M'Calla.
Minutes of a discussion on the question "Is the punishment of the wicked absolutely eternal? or is it only a temporal punishment in this world, for their good, and to be succeeded by eternal happiness after death?" Between Rev. Abner Kneeland and Rev. W. L. M'Calla, which commenced at the First Independent Church of Christ, ca;lled Universalist ... Taken in short-hand by R. L. Jennings

Minutes of a discussion on the question "Is the punishment of the wicked absolutely eternal? or is it only a temporal punishment in this world, for their good, and to be succeeded by eternal happiness after death?" Between Rev. Abner Kneeland and Rev. W. L. M'Calla, which commenced at the First Independent Church of Christ, ca;lled Universalist ... Taken in short-hand by R. L. Jennings

[Philadelphia]: printed for the publisher, 1824. First edition, 8vo, pp. 336; bound with: Sabine, James. Universal salvation indefensible upon Mr. Balfour's ground. A reply to "An inquiry into the scriptural import of the words sheol, hades, tartarus, and gehenna: all traslated hell, in the common English version. By Walter Balfour." In a series of lectures delivered in the Universalist church, Charleston. Boston: printed by Ezra Lincoln, 1825. First edition, 8vo, pp. 132; bound with: Balfour, Walter. A reply to Mr. J. Sabine's lectures on the "Inquiry" into the scriptural import of the words sheol, hades, tartarus, and gehenna. In two parts. Boston: Howe & Norton, 1825. First edition, 8vo, pp. 136; together in full tree calf, gilt ruled spine, red morocco label; upper board neatly reattached, lower board starting, text foxed, a couple of corrections in ink. Two significant theological debates at the time, both involving the question of eternal punishment and both engaging with the translations of a variety of terms for the afterlife. American Imprints 16824, 22172, 19505. Item #58726

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