Sermons

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All War Forbidden By ChristianityN/A
A sermon delivered before the Hampshire Missionary Society, at their Annual Meeting in Northhampton, Aug. 21, 1817.August 21, 1817
Peace--Not War : A Sermon preached in the Federal Meetinghouse, December 14 1845December 14, 1845
A sermon of war, preached at the Melodeon, on Sunday June 7, 1846: By Theodore Parker, Minister of the Twenty-Eighth Congregational Church in Boston.June 7, 1846
Shall the Sword devour forever?": a discourse suggested by the death of Lieut. Edward Eastman, of the U.S. Army, who died at Camargo, October 26, 1846, aged 28.October 26, 1846
Ahab and Naboth: or, The United States and Mexico. A discourse, delivered in the First Church of Christ in Guilford, on the annual Thanksgiving of 1846October 31, 1846
The Mexican War : a sermon delivered on the annual Thanksgiving at Conway, Mass., November 26, 1846.November 26, 1846
Justification : a sermon preached December 13, 1846December 13, 1846
Cause, Character and Consequences of the War with Mexico. A discourse delivered on the day of the annual fast April 8, 1847April 8, 1847
God and Our Country: a discourse delivered in the First Congregational Church in Roxbury, on Fast day, April 8, 1847.April 8, 1847
The triumphs of war: a sermon preached on the day of the annual fast, April 15, 1847.April 15, 1847
The Mexican War : A discourse delivered on the annual fast, 1847April 15, 1847
The Mexican War. A discourse delivered at the Congregational Church in Fair Haven, on the annual fast 1847.April 15, 1847
Covenant breaking, and its consequences : or the present posture of our national affairs, in connection with the Mexican war: embodying the substance of two discourses, preached in Hamilton, Ohio, on the 4th and 11th of July, 1847July 4, 1847
A thanksgiving sermon, preached in the National Palace, City of Mexico, on Sunday, October third, A.D. 1847: on the occasion of a public thanksgiving for the victories achieved by the Army of the United States, in the basin of Mexico, under the command of Major-General Winfield ScottOctober 3, 1847
Christianity, the only source of moral, social and political regeneration : A sermon preached in the hall of the House of Representatives of the United States, on Sunday, December 12, 1847.October 12, 1847
The Mexican War and war in general : considered in two sermons preached at East-Hampton, October 17, 1847October 17, 1847
Rev. Mr. Butler's sermon and Gen. Hopkins' eurlogy during the obsequies of Truman B. Ransom, Colonel of the ninth regimentFebruary 22, 1848
The Spirit of Jesus and Paul: The Liberty of the Pulpit. Two sermons by J.G. Forman, pastor of the Universalist Church in Dover, N.H., delivered on the 19th and 26th of April, 1848.April 19, 1848
A Sermon of the Mexican War: Preached at the Melodeon on Sunday June 25th 1848, by Theodore Parker, Minister of the XXVIII, Congregational Church in Boston.June 15, 1848
A Discourse delivered in St. JohnJuly 28, 1850

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