|Contributions||Princeton Theological Seminary.|
|LC Classifications||BV4070.P759 A23 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||427 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||427|
Get this from a library! Biographical catalogue of Princeton Theological Seminary, founded biographies of alumni, indexing, , officers, faculty, administrators, alumnae, and alumni. [Arthur M Byers; Princeton Theological Seminary.]. Full text of "Catalogue of the Library of Princeton Theological Seminary" See other formats. Full text of "General biographical catalogue, the Western theological seminary of the Presbyterian church, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, " See other formats. Our candidates for this date are few, and information is sparse. Today’s entry comes largely from Alfred Nevin’s Encyclopedia of the Presbyterian Church, with some additional details provided by the Biographical Catalogue of the Princeton Theological Seminary. George Smith Boardman was born at Albany, New York on Decem
Princeton Theological Seminary biographical catalogue, Published: () Septuagesimal celebration of Union Theological Seminary in Virginia, Published: (). It was on this day, November 8th, in , that the Rev. Dr. Archibald Alexander Hodge was inaugurated as Associate Professor of Didactic and Polemic Theology at the Princeton Theological Seminary. With an eye to the value of the tradition, some schools, like Westminster Theological Seminary, continue the practice of the inaugural address. He was chosen president of the firm in , the year in which his wife died. He then married Mrs. Katherine De Klyn Lalor. A ruling elder of the Presbyterian church and a proprietor of the library company, Beatty was also a trustee of the Princeton Theological Seminary between Pages: He graduated from Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary in with a Bachelor of Divinity degree, and served as a chaplain in the U.S. Naval Reserve from Foster received a Master of Theology degree in from Princeton Theological Seminary and became the assistant minister at First Presbyterian Church in Houston the same year.
Introduction. In the spring of , Samuel Finley, fifth President of the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University), planted two sycamore trees in front of the President’s House, a stone’s throw from Nassau Hall, the only other building on lore claims the trees celebrated the repeal of the Stamp Act, and more than two and a half centuries later, those aged trees still. Eminently qualified to recount this soul-stirring story, Archibald Alexander served as the first president of Princeton Theological Seminary, which he helped to establish at the college in during the height of American's Second Great Awakening. Charles Hodge, a student of Alexander, named one of his own sons A. A. Hodge in honor his teacher. Princeton University is a private Ivy League research university in Princeton, New d in in Elizabeth as the College of New Jersey, Princeton is the fourth-oldest institution of higher education in the United States and one of the nine colonial colleges chartered before the American Revolution. The institution moved to Newark in , then to the current site nine years later Campus: Suburban, college town acres ( km²), . "Throughout its first century, Princeton Theological Seminary was the only American seminary which any significant number of students from outside the United States attended. The care in biblical exegesis, intellectual engagement, and theological argumentation displayed by the articles in this book demonstrates how that high reputation was won.".