The Boston Religion
Unitarianism in Its Capital City
Peter Tufts Richardson
The history of Unitarianism—the “multifaith faith”—is intertwined with the history of Boston. Through historic sketches of 74 churches, many of which were important architectural achievements of the early Republic, the author tells an engaging story of theological debates and important personalities. Here you will find ministries of William Ellery Channing and Ralph Waldo Emerson, with notable contributions by John Hancock, Dorothea Dix, Charles Bulfinch, and many others.
Hardcover, 7.25” x 9.5”
256 pages; appendices, bibliography, index; 138 b&w photos and illus.