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Letter to W.H. Acton Edit

Summary

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Item 31
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Dates

  • 1901 October 31 (label)

Notes

  • Scope and Contents

    Original letter and one typed transcript. Written in Streatham Hill, London, England. To promote the true New Church, he suggests the publication of future doctrine-related materials as well as the organization of doctrinal classes. Mentions the ongoing controversary with the Academy. Warns W.H. Acton against potential divisions and the false clergy while attempting to establish a church in Cardiff. Acknowledges that they are cut off from the Conference and the Convention; that the Academy and the General Church cease to exist. Individuals mentioned: Mr. Pryke, Mr. Young (Greensburg, PA), Mr. Locke, Mr. Tilson, Mr. Deans, and Mrs. Benade.

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