J. G. Adams
John Greenleaf Adams D.D. (1810-1887) was a Universalist minister, author, and hymn composer. Born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, he was ordained in 1833 in Rumney, NH, and was also pastor at Claremont, NH (1836-38); Providence RI (1860-65), Cincinnati, OH (1874-76); and Malden (1838-53), Worcester (1853-60), Lowell (1865-74), and Melrose (1877-87), MA. He also edited the New Hampshire publication Star in the East, and other Universalist periodicals.
|Fifty Notable Years: Universalism During the Last Half-Century (#3456) by John G. Adams. First published in 1882 by the Universalist Publishing House this work contains many rich biographical sketches. 336 pages. Paperback. Facsimile. $21.95|
|Memoir of Thomas Whittemore (#1940) by John G. Adams. An untiring worker, Thomas Whittemore (1800-1861) was a staunch defender of Universalism, both as a preacher, writer and editor. 390 pages. Facsimile. Paperback. $22.95|
|Practical Hints To Believers in the Gospel of Universal Grace and Salvation (#3463) by John G. Adams. 272 pages. Paperback. Facsimile. $20.95|
|Talks About the Bible to the Young Folks (#3471) by John G. Adams. 190 pages. Paperback. Facsimile. $19.95|