The Savior's gospel

O brother, who for us didst meekly wear

Author: Theodore Parker
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Author: Theodore Parker

Parker, Theodore, M.A., was born at Lexington, Massachusetts, Aug. 24, 1810; laboured with his father as a farmer and mechanic; entered Harvard College in 1830, but continued his work at home and attended the College for examinations; attended the Divinity School from 1834 to 1836, and became pastor of the Unitarian congregation in West Roxbury, June 21, 1837. He received the degree of M.A. from his College in 1840. Changes in his theological views led him to undertake the pastorate of a congregation in Boston, in January 1846. He continued his writing, preaching, and lecturing till 1859, when bleeding at the lungs compelled him to seek relief in Europe. He died at Florence, May 10, 1860. His publications were numerous, and have been republ… Go to person page >

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First Line: O brother, who for us didst meekly wear
Title: The Savior's gospel
Author: Theodore Parker


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