Henry Ward Beecher: An American Portrait
G.H. Doran, 1927 - 390 páginas
This work is a straightforward, no holds barred biographical account of the life of Reverend Henry Ward Beecher. Beecher was the archbishop of American liberal Protestantism. He came out on the right side of every question, always a little too late. He was referred to as the greatest preacher since St. Paul. He was mentioned for the presidency. He was a powerful writer of trash. This is an intriguing picture of the man and times.
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