The Legacy of Old Princeton
By Dr. David B. Calhoun and Dr. W. Andrew Hoffecker
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Dr. David Calhoun and Dr. Andrew Hoffecker look at the history of Princeton Seminary, from its founding in 1812 to the departure of J. Gresham Machen in 1929. With a focus on key faculty members of Princeton, the unique Reformed teaching, and the exceptional training of ministers, Dr. Calhoun and Dr. Hoffecker remind the listener of the importance Princeton played in the formation and continuation of conservative Presbyterianism in America.
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This is probably better for Prezzies, but it's worthwhile for other evangelicals. I think the numbering of the science lectures are switched, though.
What a marvelous legacy
I like these seminars at rts. Don't expect a simple historical account but rather selected topics with the subject area. Looking around today at Princeton and the pcusa, it is a pity was has happened.
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