Church Anti-Slavery Society

June 15, 1860

A story of the anniversary of the group, held at the Tremont Temple.  Among the resolutions adopted is one which urges the Society “to give expression to the Christian conscience of the nation against slavery, and against whatever legislative or judicial Acts or Decisions are contrary to God’s law and to natural justice, and by so doing, to make the Christian element of the Country more potential in public affairs, and to pervade, if possible, the realm of politics with the principles of religion..”

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