Return of the Google Universalist library (or “I’m a kid in a candy store”)

Google and its partner libraries must be scanning up a storm. After adding some titles yesterday, I found a bunch more, even better than the first batch (and including an early edition of the 1894 Book of Prayer which I hope to republish in a more handy PDF format).

Links to all below the fold.

First, here’s

By Scott Wells

Scott Wells, 46, is a Universalist Christian minister doing Universalist theology and church administration hacks in Washington, D.C.


  1. THANK YOU! This is a great resource. I have now downloaded so many books that I am wondering if I should add to my computer’s memory.

    The one that I have been seeking for ages is the bio of Quillen Hamilton Shinn. When I was at M/L I checked it out of the seminary library when I could get it. I have read that bio through at least three times. The reason that I could rarely get to Meadville/Lombard’s lone copy was that ministers in the Deep South kept checking it out. I think that it is a far more popular work among the UU clergy than is generally recognized. And now I have a copy!

    Also feeling like the kid in the candy store.

  2. and there’s more books too! just do some searches.
    ( Larry, I just talked to someone from UU World about Shinn – and I mentioned your response here about Shinn to them.)

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