Sermons, 1902-1904

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circa 1902-1904


In this sermon, Earl Davis argues the importance of service in fulfilling a good life. In order to do this, he says we must first serve oneself and know oneself. Public figures and/or their works refenced are Booker T. Washington, Jacob Riis, Cecilia Beaux, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Charles Dickens.

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Earl Clement Davis, sermons, minister, Unitarianism, religion, philosophy, Matthew 25:14-30, Matthew 16:21-28, Matthew 16:25

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Action and Reaction



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