Paul Dean (minister)

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Paul Dean (1789–1860) was a 19th-century universalist minister. He was pastor in Boston, Massachusetts, of the First Universalist Church on Hanover Street (ca.1813) and the Central Universalist Church on Bulfinch Street (1823–1840).[1][2]

Central Universalist Church, Bulfinch Street, Beacon Hill, Boston; built 1823. Dean served as pastor 1823-1840


  1. ^ Homans. Sketches of Boston, Past and Present. 1851
  2. ^ Bowen's Picture of Boston. 1838.

Further reading[edit]

Title page of Dean's A discourse delivered before the African Society, at their meeting-house, in Boston, Mass. on the abolition of the slave trade by the government of the United States of America, July 14, 1819

Works by Dean[edit]

Works about Dean[edit]

  • Joseph Walker. A glance at Dean's 120 reasons for being a Universalist. 1828.
  • John T. Heard, An Historical Account of Columbian Lodge (1856).
  • Joseph Sabin, ed. (1873). "Dean". Bibliotheca Americana. 5. New York. OCLC 13972268. 
  • Lemuel Willis, "Paul Dean," The Universalist (Apr 10, 1875).
  • John G. Adams, Fifty Notable Years (1883).
  • Peter Hughes, "A Different Treatise on Atonement: The Theology of Paul Dean," Unitarian Universalist Christian (Spr/Sum 1994).

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