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Christian Standard, Volume 6, Numbers 1 - 13 (January 7 - April 1, 1871) Pages 1 - 104.
Isaac Errett of Cincinnati, Ohio, and James Sanford Lamar of Augusta, Georgia, are editors.
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A written discussion between J. S. Lamar (Christian) and M. A. Goodrich (Universalist) appears in these numbers.
George Washington Linton (? - 1885), as a solution for teaching congregants to sing better, proposes his training for young men to learn music fundamentals well enough to teach their congregants to sing better. (A New Proposition, page 26.)
Pardee Butler holds forth on "The Peril of this Reformation" in several parts. (See page 41)
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Errett, Isaac and Lamar, James Sanford, "Christian Standard, Volume 6, Numbers 1 - 13 (January 7 - April 1, 1871)" (1871). Christian Standard. 7.