Two Discourses on the Popular Objections to the Docrine of Election [Annotated] by Henry Augustus Boardman | NOOK Book (eBook) | Barnes & Noble
Two Discourses on the Popular Objections to the Docrine of Election [Annotated]

Two Discourses on the Popular Objections to the Docrine of Election [Annotated]

by Henry Augustus Boardman
     
 
Two sermons preached in 1848 by the long-time pastor of the Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, PA (Henry Augustus Boardman, 1808-1880) on two of the more common objections to the biblical doctrine of Divine Election. The titles of the discourses are: "The Doctrine of Election not Derogatory to God" and "The Doctrine of Election not Discouraging to Man." A

Overview

Two sermons preached in 1848 by the long-time pastor of the Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, PA (Henry Augustus Boardman, 1808-1880) on two of the more common objections to the biblical doctrine of Divine Election. The titles of the discourses are: "The Doctrine of Election not Derogatory to God" and "The Doctrine of Election not Discouraging to Man." A Scripture Index has also been appended.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013897885
Publisher:
Strait Gate Publications, Charlotte, NC
Publication date:
03/07/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
158 KB

Meet the Author

HENRY AUGUSTUS BOARDMAN (1808-1880): Influential Presybterian minister; graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary; pastor of Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, PA for many years.

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