Excerpt from A Review of Rev. I. E. Dwinell's Sermon Against Spiritualism
N o no more than the Rev. Gentleman could investigate as Spiritualists would have him, without becoming infidel to the very Spirit of his moral nature. To investigate for scientific purposes, it is true, is both right and proper; but to associate the phenomena of spiritualism with religion, cannot be done without moral obliquity and danger. Indeed, it is this very religious element, that gives to Spiritualism its charm and popularity, without which, its attractions would sink to the common level of science.
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