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BURNAP, George Washington, clergyman, born in Merrimack, New Hampshire, 30 November, 1802; died in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 8 September, 1859. He was graduated at Harvard in 1824, and on 23 April, 1828, was ordained pastor of the 1st Congregational church of Baltimore. Among his published works are "Lectures on the Doctrines of Controversy between Unitarians and other Denominations of Christians" (1835); "Lectures to Young Men" (Baltimore, 1840); "Lectures on the Sphere and Duty of Worn-an" (1840); "Lectures on the History of Christianity" (1842): "Biography of Henry A. Ingalls" (1845); " Expository Lectures on the Principal Texts which relate to the Doctrine of the Trinity" (1845); "Miscellaneous Writings" (Philadelphia); "Popular Objections to Unitarian Christianity Considered and Answered" (Boston, 1848); What is Unitarianism ?" (1848); "Lectures on Doctrines of Christianity "(1848); "Discourses on the Rectitude of Human Nature" (1850); "Christianity, its Essence and Evidence, or an Analysis of the New Testament," a compendious and lucid statement of the biblical theology of the author's particular school of Unitarianism (1855).
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