The Church and the Rebellion: A Consideration of the Rebellion Against the Government of the United States; and the Agency of the Church, North and South, in Relation Thereto
Derby & Miller, 1864 - Slavery - 562 pages
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action Address admit adopted argument arms army Assembly authority become believe body called cause character charge Christian Church civil claim concerned condition Confederate Congress Constitution Convention course deemed determined divine doctrine duty emancipation exist expressed fact follows force give given God's Government ground hand held human influence institution interest issue judgment Kentucky known labor land leaders leading loyal master means measures ment ministers moral nature negro never North Northern opinion party passed peace period persons political position Presbyterian present President principles providence question reason rebel rebellion referred regard relation religious responsibility result secession seen sentiment slavery slaves South Southern speak stand sustained taken territory testimony thing tion true Union United universal whole