An Entertaining controversy, between Rev. Lemuel Haynes, minister of a Congregational church in Rutland, (Vermont.) and Rev. Hosea Ballou, preacher of the doctrine of universal salvation [electronic resource] : Consisting first, of a sermon by Mr. Haynes, delivered at West-Rutland, in the year 1805, entitled, "Universal salvation a vaery ancient doctrine; with some account of the life and character of its author," immediately after hearing Mr. Ballou, "zealously exhibit his sentiments," in support of that doctrine. : Second, an epistle by Mr. Ballou to Mr. Haynes, being a reply to his sermon delivered at West-Rutland. : Third, a lengthy letter by Mr. Haynes, to Mr. Ballou, in reply to the epistle
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