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STATEMENT OF REASONS
FOR NOT BELIEVING
THE DOCTRINES OF TRINITARIANS,
THE NATURE OF GOD AND THE PERSON OF CHRIST.
BY ANDREWS NORTON.
WITH ADDITIONS, AND A BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICE
WALKER, WISE, AND COMPANY,
PUBLISHERS FOR THE
AMERICAN UNITARIAN ASSOCIATION,
21 BROMFIELD ST.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1856, by
CHARLES ELIOT NORTON,
in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts.
University Press, Cambridge:
THE present edition of the "Statement of Reasons" contains some additions and corrections made by the author in an interleaved copy of the work; and a few sentences have been omitted. The principal additions will be found on pp. 97, 98, 103, 104, and 238, 239, of this volume, corresponding with pp. 54, 59, and 172 of the edition of 1833.
The translation of passages quoted from the Gospels has, for the most part, been conformed to that contained in the author's "Translation of the Gospels, with Notes," recently published. The changes thus made, however, seldom affect the sense.
The Biographical Notice of Mr. Norton, by the Rev. Dr. Newell, was first published in the Christian Examiner for November, 1853.