Overview

Adin Ballou

(1803—1890)


Show Summary Details

Quick Reference

(1803–90),

founder of the Hopedale Community, was originally a believer in Universalism, but withdrew to expound the doctrine of Restorationism, that all men will be ultimately restored to happiness in the future life. He published a magazine, the Independent Messenger (1831–39), and wrote such books as Practical Christian Socialism (1854) and Primitive Christianity and Its Corruptions (1870).

Subjects: Literature.


Reference entries

Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content.