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Puritan (Ohio, United States) (search for this): article 1
The pulpits of the South have been heretofore occupied by a body of clergymen who would compare favorably in talents, in purity of private life, and in devotion to their sacred calling, with any in the world. We speak not of any one denomination. The remark is true of all. There has been as much zeal and as little fanaticism among the Southern clergy as among the clergy of any land under the sun. They have never been infected with the thousand isms which have swept like a whirlwind over Puritan New England, and yet, whilst New England and the North are almost submerged by infidelity, such has been the intelligent devotion of the Southern clergy to their duties, and such the influence of their virtuous example, that the number of communicates in the South is larger in proportion to the population than that of any other country, and the number even of negroes introduced into the Christian church larger than the whole number of converts in heathen lands made by all the foreign missio
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uthern clergy as among the clergy of any land under the sun. They have never been infected with the thousand isms which have swept like a whirlwind over Puritan New England, and yet, whilst New England and the North are almost submerged by infidelity, such has been the intelligent devotion of the Southern clergy to their duties, anNew England and the North are almost submerged by infidelity, such has been the intelligent devotion of the Southern clergy to their duties, and such the influence of their virtuous example, that the number of communicates in the South is larger in proportion to the population than that of any other country, and the number even of negroes introduced into the Christian church larger than the whole number of converts in heathen lands made by all the foreign missions of Prot teachers, counsellors, and friends are to be torn from our embrace, and their places to be supplied by howling abolition dervishes, imported from the hothed of New England fanaticism to bellow forth a religion without either faith or works, a gospel without charity or love, and a morality which recognizes no crime but slavery.