Vision from the Hill: Selections from Works of Faculty & Alumni, Published on the Bicentennial of the New Brunswick Theological Seminary
John W. Beardslee
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1984 - Religion - 157 pages
The oldest Protestant seminary in North America, New Brunswick Theological Seminary has frequently been in the forefront of Christian thought. This book, published on the occasion of the Seminary's bicentennial, brings together essays on missions, social action, and biblical scholarship, written by New Brunswick professors and alumni ranging from John Henry Livingston (1746-1825) to A. J. Muste (1885-1967).
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James Spencer Cannon 17761852
Alexander McClelland 17941864
Joseph Frederick Berg 18121871
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John De Witt 18211906
Ferdinand Schureman Schenck 18451925
Graham Taylor 18511938
Edward Strong Worcester 18761937
Samuel M Zwemer 18761952
John W Beardslee Jr 18791962
Abraham J Muste 18851967
Hugh Baillie MacLean 19091959
Joseph R Sizoo 18851966
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