(181060). Unitarian cleric; b. Lexington, Massachusetts; educ. Harvard Coll. and Divinity School, Cambridge, Massachusetts Pastor West Roxbury, Massachusetts, 1837; Boston, Massachusetts, 1846. Developed new, liberal school of Unitarianism based on Ger. Biblical criticism and idealistic philos.; denied the authority of the Bible and the supernatural origin of Christianity.
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