TRIANGLE. THE CATHOLIC QUESTION CONSIDERED, BOTH DISPUTANTS REVIEWED. Rev. Abel C. THOMAS.

TRIANGLE. THE CATHOLIC QUESTION CONSIDERED, BOTH DISPUTANTS REVIEWED.

Philadelphia, [PA]: Printed and published for the author, 1851. 8vo. 30pp. Disbound pamphlet. Thomas was a Universalist preacher, often debating the various points of different religions, sometimes getting in controversial arguments with believers of other sects. In 1850-51 Thomas was again engaged in controversy. After reading of a dispute between a Roman Catholic, Archbishop of New York John Hughes and a Protestant Joseph Berg over which church was divinely appointed, Thomas, in a series of lectures later published as "Triangle: The Catholic Question Considered," in 1851, rebutted both, asserting the primacy of individual judgment. He later wrote, "There is no church of authority, anywhere!" Item #65693

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