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Minot Judson Savage

Savage, Minot Judson (mĪˈnət) [key], 1841–1918, American Unitarian clergyman and writer, b. Norridgewock, Maine. After serving for nine years in the ministry of the Congregational Church, he became a Unitarian. He was pastor of the Third Unitarian Church, Chicago (1873–74); of the Church of the Unity, Boston (1874–96); and of the Church of the Messiah, New York City (1896–1906). An active advocate of Darwinian evolutionistic optimism and social reform, he also preached a spiritualistic faith in personal survival after death (see Life Beyond Death, 1899). Other writings include Christianity, the Science of Mankind (1873), The Morals of Evolution (1880), and Immortality (1906).

The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th ed. Copyright © 2012, Columbia University Press. All rights reserved.

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