Category Archives: Lemuel K. Washburn

Articles and short works by the author, primarily on religion and moral issues.

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Lemuel K. Washburn: “The Measure of Suffering”

The little boy who asked his mother “if hell was worse than the toothache?” imagined that the limits of suffering were reached in his agony. Many of us have doubtless experienced pain that we thought marked the utmost of endurance. … Continue reading

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Lemuel K. Washburn: “Whatever is Right”

There are a great many familiar sayings that are in the mouths of nearly everybody which are perfect nonsense, and one of these many sayings is the one we have chosen for the subject of this article. One would imagine … Continue reading

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Lemuel K. Washburn: “Indifference to Religion”

The pulpit complains that people are indifferent to religion. Why shouldn’t they be? It is about time they were indifferent to it. Our wonder is, that the people tolerate a single priest or church on Earth. Of what benefit is … Continue reading

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Lemuel K. Washburn: “Is the Bible Worth Reading?”

That depends. If a man is going to get his living by standing in a Christian pulpit, I should be obliged to answer, Yes! But if he is going to follow any other calling, or work at any trade, I … Continue reading

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Lemuel K. Washburn” A Walk Through a Cemetery”

In walking through a country graveyard one sees a prominent granite or marble monument here and there, but more of the stones that mark the resting-places of the dead are modest in appearance, plain and humble. But there are some … Continue reading

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Lemuel K. Washburn: “Save the Republic”

Which shall it be, Christianity or the Republic? It is apparent that the Christian church under a purely secular government, where justice is granted to all and where favors are allowed to none, cannot long survive. The Christian church in … Continue reading

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Lemuel K. Washburn: “The Drama of Life”

With the passing of the season we are reminded of the rapid flight of life. It seems but yesterday that the first bluebird of spring lit on the bare bough of the apple-tree in the orchard near by, and the … Continue reading

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