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Morisoʹnianism

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The religious system of James Morison, the chief peculiarities being the doctrines of universal atonement, and the ability of man unaided to receive or reject the Gospel. James Morison, in 1841, separated from the “United Secession,” now merged into the “United Presbyterian.” The Morisonians call themselves the “Evangelical Union.”

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Morganatic Marriage (A)
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Morgans
Morgante
Morgante Maggiore
Morgiana
Morglay
Morgue
Morgue la Faye
Moribund
Morisonianism
Morley (Mrs.)
Morma
Mormon
Mormon Creed
Mormonism
Morning
Morning Star of the Reformation
Morocco
Morocco Men (The)
Moros

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Morisonianism