U.S. Religious Opposition to the War: 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
God and Our Country: a discourse delivered in the First Congregational Church in Roxbury, on Fast day, April 8, 1847.April 8, 1847
Cause, Character and Consequences of the War with Mexico. A discourse delivered on the day of the annual fast April 8, 1847April 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 at the Congregational Church in Fair Haven, on the annual fast 1847.April 15, 1847
The Mexican War : A discourse delivered on the annual fast, 1847April 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
The Mexican War and war in general : considered in two sermons preached at East-Hampton, October 17, 1847October 17, 1847
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

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