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Korean J Urol ; To treat all men equally, irrespective of character and conduct, is to promote fools in their folly, and to discourage wise men for their wisdom, which truly deserve the honor. Mere existence or a natural relationship is no reason for honor, unless the person is in a God-ordained office deserving honor. Unconditional honor is ignorantly dangerous.

There is no place or reason for delighting in fools Pr All honor should promote wisdom. A character trait of the citizens of Zion, the true children of God, is to condemn and despise fools and to honor and promote wise men.

And he practiced it in his own home Ps He would not honor the foolish son of Ahab. Parent, do you make a difference between wise and foolish children, and their wise and foolish acts? The difference you make should be consistent and obvious, for the reward of wisdom and punishment of folly. Can you find a reason to honor a wise child today to the neglect of a foolish child? Do it!

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Pastor, do you make a difference between wise and foolish members, and their wise and foolish acts? While there was some disapproval of his criticism of the Free Church among the Belfast Presbyterians, it perhaps did serve to warn the PCI that it would face a similar backlash if it compromised on the subject of fellowship with slaveholders. While Douglass remained loyal to Garrison when the latter visited Belfast, there were signs that he was moving away from strict Garrisonianism.

His dispute with Webb over the clerical letters demonstrated that Douglass had the confidence to make his own decisions and was developing greater intellectual independence. Given the above evidence, Belfast evidently played an important part in the personal development of the leading African American abolitionist, and his sojourns in the town shed significant light on various transatlantic antislavery themes.

Notes 1. McDaniel, Problem of Democracy, 47, 63, 81, 84—5.

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Douglass, American Slavery, 16—17; cf. Howe, What Hath God Wrought, Vindicator, December 10, Ritchie, Isaac Nelson, chapter 2. Huzzey, Freedom Burning, 10— McDaniel, Problem of Democracy, 49— Downloaded by [The Library at Queen's University] at Bri- t.

Remond was largely responsible for maintaining communications between Garrisonian and non-Garrisonian British abolitionists after the American schism. See Blackett, Building an Antislavery Wall, Blackett, Building an Antislavery Wall, 83—4. Douglass, My Bondage and My Freedom, —6. Rodgers, Ireland, Slavery and Anti-Slavery, BNL, December 26, Douglass, My Bondage and My Freedom, , —7.

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Douglass, American Slavery, Levine, Lives of Frederick Douglass, 11, Barnes, Frederick Douglass, 43—4. Douglass explained this point to his audiences in Belfast. McDaniel, Problem of Democracy, 4. Levine, Lives of Frederick Douglass, 78—9. Chambers, Weston Sisters, Liberator, October 24, Douglass usually began his lectures in this manner. Blackett, Building an Antislavery Wall, 15— 16; cf. BCC, December 27, NW, December 9, ; Vindicator, December 10, ; cf. Douglass to Webb, December 6, BCC, December 13, ; cf.

Standfield to Wright, December 12, BoU, December 16, McFeely, Frederick Douglass, BoU, December 19, Calder to Scoble, December 24, Vindicator, December 24, Vindicator, December 31, BCC, January 5, ; cf. Jordan, Slavery and the Meetinghouse, 42, 51—2.

Howe, What Hath God Wrought, — NW, January 3, Calder to Scoble, January 1, NW, January 8, ; cf. NW, January 8, 29, ; Liberator, March 13, For Troup, see Hall, Ulster Liberalism, NW, February 10, Ireland to Chapman, January 24, ; cf.

BCC, March 30, NW, February 3, 7, Liberator, March 13, Calder to Scoble, January 12, ; Liberator, May 15, Douglass to Webb, December 24, Written by Himself 2nd Dublin edn, Dublin: Webb and Chapman, , cxxxii.

Standfield acknowledged Drew as his pastor in NW, October 23, McDaniel, Problem of Democracy, Fenton, Frederick Douglass in Ireland, Anti-Slavery Reporter, June 1, BoU, July 10, For the debate, see NW, July 9, BCC, July 13, ; cf.

Liberator, June 10, ; cf. Anti-Slavery Advocate, August 1, BNL, July 10, No reports of the meeting appear to have survived. NW, July 18, BNL, July 24, Smyth, Autobiographical Notes, Smyth wrongly identified the Belfast News-Letter as Unitar- ian.

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Evangelical Alliance: British Organization, Liberator, April 2, Webb to Chapman, July 16, Smyth, Autobiographical Notes, —3, —8.

Liberator, May 28, Frederick Douglass to William A. BCC, July 22, BCC, August 3, BPJ, July 25, NW, August 8, Kytle, Romantic Reformers, Oakes, Radical and the Republican, 8— Mayer, All on Fire, Merrill, Against Wind and Tide, Douglass initially intimated that he would not accompany Garrison to Belfast, but this plan was subsequently revised. Evangelical Alliance. Report of the Proceedings, BoU, October 6, BCC, October 5, ; cf.

BoU, October 6, ; cf. BNL, October 6, BNL, October 13, Wolffe, Expansion of Evangelicalism, ; Report of the Proceedings, , — Anti-Slavery Reporter, November 2, BCC, 10 October 10, BPJ, October 10, ; cf.

BNL, October 9, BCC, December 13, For the importance of non-resistance to Garrisonian abolitionism, see Perry, Radical Abolition- ism, 55— McDaniel, Problem of Democracy, — Oakes, Radical and the Republican, 11; cf.

Douglass to Garrison, January 1, Acknowledgements The author thanks the anonymous peer reviewers and the editors for their assistance in preparing this essay for publication. Disclosure statement No potential conflict of interest was reported by the author.

The research for this article was conducted during this fellowship. He is the author of a forthcoming book, Isaac Nelson: References Barnes, L. Frederick Douglass: Reformer and Statesman.

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Blight, David W. Keeping Faith in Jubilee. Bric, Maurice. Palgrave, Ulster Presbyterianism: The Historical Perspective — Athol Books, Calhoun, David. Princeton Seminary: Faith and Learning — Banner of Truth, Chaffin, Tom. University of Virginia Press, Chambers, Lee V.Remond was largely responsible for maintaining communications between Garrisonian and non-Garrisonian British abolitionists after the American schism.

Clarke, Erskine. Douglass to Garrison, January 1, Appealing to 1 Timothy 1: He also lamented that the writings of Thomas Chalmers and the position of the Free Church of Scotland about receiving contributions from the slaveholding states were seized upon by proslavery divines as supportive of American slavery.

It would be virtually forbid- ding their casting our devils because they follow not us.

In the final chapters, Hammes argues that the current American and by extension, Western Industrial Age armed forces are simply not up to the challenge presented by the dominant mode of warfare in the 21 st Century. Anti-Slavery Advocate, August 1,