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Written by Rev J. B. Waterbury, author of Advice to a Young Christian and other books, Considerations for Young Men is a series of 32 letters which the author intended for young men as they left their parents' homes, "...as a manual which the hand of Christian benevolence might offer to a friend." This section of the book contains letters completing the section devoted to temptations by discussing the temptations of the theatre, gambling, and alcohol. It also contains letters in the category of "Prejudices Against Religion," in which the author discusses the youthful prejudices against religion and the importance of religion.
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youth, young men, temptations, religion, accountability, happiness, conscience, Gospel, salvation, repentance
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Waterbury, Rev. J. B. D.D., "Considerations for Young Men (Part 2)" (1851). Mother Home & Heaven. 57.