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TO THE NAME CONTAINING ALL

And from the east a star arose,
Day-star for the uttermost lands,
And shone upon the parts that froze,
Made them one with sundered lands.

Dr Haykin,

Just wanted to tell you how much I've enjoyed listening to your talks on 19th century Christianity (at Sermon Audio). I've sent the link to them to some friends doing PhD research on that period as well. I just realized you were the one who ran this blog. Great stuff! Thanks again for linking to the Conventicle.

Sincere regards,

Chris

Thank you for your kind words, Chris.

Michael H.

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