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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Though for many years the most noted of American infidels, ColonelIngersoll was born and reared in a devoutly Christian household. Hisfather, John Ingersoll, was a Congregationalist minister and a man ofmark in his time, a deep thinker, a logical and eloquent speaker, broadminded and generously tolerant of the views of others. The popularimpression which credits Ingersoll's infidelity in the main to his father'ssevere orthodoxy and the austere and gloomy surroundings in which hisboyhood was spent is wholly wrong. On the contrary the elder Ingersoll'sliberal views were a source of constant trouble between him and hisnarrow-minded parishioners. They caused him to frequently change hischarges, and several times made him the defendant in church trials. Hisministerial career was, in fact, substantially brought to a close by achurch trial which occurred while he was pastor of the CongregationalChurch at Madison, Ohio, and at which his third wife appeared as prosecutor.Upon this occasion he was charged with prevarication andunministerial conduct. The evidence adduced-the trial is one of theabiding traditions of the dull little town of Madison-was of the mosttrivial and ridiculous character, but the committee which heard itdecided that though he had done "nothing inconsistent with his Christiancharacter," he was "inconsistent with his ministerial character," andforbade him to preach in the future. Elder John went before the higherchurch authorities and was permitted to continue his clerical labors.However, he soon removed to Wisconsin, going from there to Illinois,where he died. The Madison trial occurred when young Robert wasnine years old, and it was the unjust and bigoted treatment his fatherreceived which made him the enemy, first of Calvinism, and later ofChristianity in its other forms. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Inhaltsangabe: Though for many years the most noted of American infidels, Colonel Ingersoll was born and reared in a devoutly Christian household. His father, John Ingersoll, was a Congregationalist minister and a man of mark in his time, a deep thinker, a logical and eloquent speaker, broad minded and generously tolerant of the views of others. The popular impression which credits Ingersoll's infidelity in the main to his father's severe orthodoxy and the austere and gloomy surroundings in which his boyhood was spent is wholly wrong. On the contrary the elder Ingersoll's liberal views were a source of constant trouble between him and his narrow-minded parishioners. They caused him to frequently change his charges, and several times made him the defendant in church trials. His ministerial career was, in fact, substantially brought to a close by a church trial which occurred while he was pastor of the Congregational Church at Madison, Ohio, and at which his third wife appeared as prosecutor. Upon this occasion he was charged with prevarication and unministerial conduct. The evidence adduced?the trial is one of the abiding traditions of the dull little town of Madison?was of the most trivial and ridiculous character, but the committee which heard it decided that though he had done "nothing inconsistent with his Christian character," he was "inconsistent with his ministerial character," and forbade him to preach in the future. Elder John went before the higher church authorities and was permitted to continue his clerical labors. However, he soon removed to Wisconsin, going from there to Illinois, where he died. The Madison trial occurred when young Robert was nine years old, and it was the unjust and bigoted treatment his father received which made him the enemy, first of Calvinism, and later of Christianity in its other forms.

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