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Rev 0. 0. Brown, of liacmra, give »] leo'uro last night, In the Orange Hall, on the Et irnal results of Divine notion In j the punishment, redemption and jadgment of man. There waa a fair atten dar.oo ; Mr T. M. Jones occupied the chair. Tiio lecturer addroueed his »rguments towards removing what he termed prevalent mlaoouoo[t ons on tlnso points, shewing thtt the logical deductions from the paeaages of Soriptare whioh »re often , olfced In support of thaae errors real y disproved th<.m. The contention that Divine punishment, redemption, snd judgment were not oontlnuoua ac lons, but were done onoe and for all, ami their [ results abide for ever, was oat&bllshed by I (mpreastvo and analytlo argument, and an able exposition given of the views of thone who ate taking part m the grea' movement ia the direction of freedom from those dogmas whioh Imperfect understanding baa hi the past Imposed as ftrloles of faith la certain branches of the Christian Ohuroh. The lecture w«s delivered la the speaker's well-known olaav and Impressive manner, and w.aa Uatened to with great attention and liatereat. Qaeetlona were Invited at the termination of the let tare, but no attempt vrta made te controvert any point, the only response to the invitation being expreas oan of their personal views on the ■tibjeot by one or two of the ondlenoe, To-night the question of the dlotlnotlons between body, aoul and aplrlt will be dealt with.

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LECTURE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2213, 30 August 1889

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LECTURE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2213, 30 August 1889

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