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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Horace Bushnell (1802–1876)

Bushnell, Horace. An eminent American clergyman; born near Litchfield, CT, 1802; died at Hartford, CT, in 1876. He was settled over a Congregational Church in Hartford until 1853. His numerous works on religion, theology, and morals, and other topics, comprise: ‘Christian Nurture’; ‘God in Christ’; ‘Christ in Theology’; ‘The Vicarious Sacrifice’; ‘Nature and the Supernatural’; ‘Moral Uses of Dark Things’; ‘Forgiveness and Law’; ‘The Age of Homespun’; ‘Moral Tendencies and Results of Human History’; ‘The Character of Jesus’; ‘Work and Play’; ‘Christ and his Salvation’; ‘Politics the Law of God’; ‘Woman Suffrage.’ (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).