William Ellery Channing Center

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William Ellery Channing (1780-1842) was a pivotal figure in the literary and religious life in nineteenth-century America. Variously remembered as a Unitarian minister, a foe of slavery, and an essayist, much of his influence has now waned. This center's mission is to expose this great man to a new readership by publishing his best religious work electronically (some of which is now out of print in paper) and supply links to works about Channing.

Channing's Sermons

Channing's Contemporaries