Sermons and Essays by the Tennents and their Contemporaries [1837]

Sermons and Essays by the Tennents and their Contemporaries [1837]

by Archibald Alexander (Editor)
Sermons and Essays by the Tennents and their Contemporaries [1837]

Sermons and Essays by the Tennents and their Contemporaries [1837]

by Archibald Alexander (Editor)

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Overview

A compilation of sermons and essays by spiritual giants of the Great Awakening era in 18th century America connected with the "Log College": Gilbert Tennent; William Tennent, Jr.; John Tennent; Samuel Blair; John Blair; Robert Smith; Samuel Finley. — Chapter titles are self-explanatory: The Justice of God; The Divine Mercy; The Grace of God; The Wisdom of God in Redemption; The Doctrine of Predestination; Observations on Regenration; The Means of Grace; God's Sovereignty, No Objection to the Sinner's Striving; The Principle of Sin and Holiness; The Spiritual Conflict; The Madness of Mankind. — The work by Samuel Blair on Predestination is worth its weight in gold! — 374 pages, plus an exhaustive Scripture index for this edition.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940012725776
Publisher: Strait Gate Publications, Charlotte, NC
Publication date: 12/24/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 374
File size: 326 KB

About the Author

Archibald Alexander (1772-1851): Born in Lexington, Virginia. Dr. Alexander was a founder of Princeton Seminary in 1812 and served as its first, and for a year, its only professor. For over 30 years he taught theology there until his death in 1851. Archibald Alexander, more than any other man, best defined and embodied the influential “Princeton Theology” (1812-1921) which prevailed among the orthodox for many years. — He published numerous books, pamphlets, articles and tracts on theological, historical, practical and experimental subjects during his lifetime & was a popular speaker & lecturer.
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