Andover Review was a religious and theological periodical
published from 1884 to 1893. It defined itself as standing for
"thoroughly progressive orthodoxy,"  and was contributed to
primarily from the ranks of the faculty of Andover Theological
Seminary. Originally published monthly, it changed to bi-monthly
format for its last year of publication.
John Dewey George Harris Ezra Palmer Gould
^ a b Andover Review, Vol. 18. Boston, MA: Houghton, Mifflin, and Company. 1892. pp. 649–650. ^ 
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