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Francis James Grimké – Through a Pandemic and Social Unrest We are not the first generation who must deal with a pandemic and racial unrest at the same time. The Spanish flu of 1918 hit America at a time when racial segregation and lynching of blacks were commonplace and largely ignored by the...
Samuel Miller – Conscientious Pastor and Teacher In 1813, Samuel Miller was offered a position as Professor of Ecclesiastical History and Church Government at the newly established Princeton Theological Seminary. At that time, the Seminary had only one teacher, who was also its founder and...
Historical Collections of the Past A socially-distanced Caleb Cangelosi joins Jonathan and James via Zoom. Caleb is the senior pastor at Pear Orchard Presbyterian Church in Ridgeland, MS, and the founder of Log College Press—the topic of our conversation today. Log College Press is a publishing...
B. B. Warfield – Not a Solitary Theologian Due to a need for brevity, many articles on Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield (1851-1921) focus on his theology and his devotion to his wife, whose illness kept the couple close to home. Because of this, he is often seen as a solitary man leading an...
If you are a pastor or elder in the greater Philadelphia area, you may be interested in the upcoming Cairn Church Leaders' Conference, on Thursday, April 11 from 9:00 AM-3:00 PM . The conference is designed to encourage, support, and connect those ministering in local churches in the region, and...
W. Andrew Hoffecker, Charles Hodge: The Pride of Princeton (P&R Publishing, 2011), 460pp. Introduction One hardly needs to say that having two biographies on the same historical figure published within the same year (2011) invites comparison between the two works. Of course, an entire review...
I had the pleasure today of hearing Jim Garretson lecture on Archibald Alexander and the connection of piety and theology in Old Princeton. Jim is convinced that a failure to pay attention to practical piety in the lives of seminary professors and pastors is as much to blame for institutional and...
I had the pleasure today of hearing Jim Garretson lecture on Archibald Alexander and the connection of piety and theology in Old Princeton. Jim is convinced that a failure to pay attention to practical piety in the lives of seminary professors and pastors is as much to blame for institutional and...

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