“Our belief is that all shall be favored with such a revelation of his glory, and shall be brought so to comprehend the means of our own blessedness, that we all shall spontaneously love him as the perfection of all goodness, and yield him our hearty homage as the surest means of our own best felicity; thus each will, in submitting to the will of God, shall be but yielding a consent to be brought into harmony with its own happiness forever.”
–Revs. George Rogers and E.M. Pingree, A Review of Rev. John H. Power’s Exposition of Universalism. Cincinnati: J.A. Gurley, 1847: 50-51.