Christian Spiritualists
Spiritualists of the mid-nineteenth century who saw in the
Bible a depiction of Spiritualist truth. They believed Jesus to be
a great medium. In contrast, most Spiritualists were not Christians,
believing that Spiritualist contact with the dead stood in
contradiction to Christian doctrines of the resurrection. In the
United States, Moses Hull was the first major champion of the
Christian Spiritualist perspective.
Hull, Daniel. Moses Hull. Wellesley, MA Maugus Printing,

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