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The Life of Archibald Alexander

J. W. Alexander

The Life of Archibald Alexander

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Published by Hess Pubns .
Written in English

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    FormatHardcover
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    Open LibraryOL8380340M
    ISBN 100873779312
    ISBN 109780873779319


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Written by his son, J. Alexander Archibald Alexander's classical and theological studies were pursued under the direction of Rev. William Graham at Liberty Hall, now Washington and Lee University. He was converted during a revival of religion in the Valley of Virginia and was licensed to preach at age nineteen.

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Archibald Alexander was born in Rockbridge County, Virginia, 17 Apriland died in Princeton, New Jersey, 22 October His grandfather, of Scottish descent, came from Ireland to Pennsylvania inand after a residence of two years removed to Virginia.

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Warfield, and Charles Hodge, Archibald Alexander was a dominating and highly influential Presbyterian theologian, and the founding principal of Princeton Theological Seminary.

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A Scribe Well-Trained acquaints us with the life and writings of Princeton Theological Seminary's founding professor, Archibald Alexander ( ). In the opening biographical sketch, James M.

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Book Description. The nature of spiritual experience is probably both the most interesting and the most difficult subject in Christian literature: interesting because it concerns human life in all observable stages from childhood to death, and embraces all the emotions and behaviour possible in a man regenerated by the Holy Spirit; difficult because the adequate treatment of Author: Archibald A.

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Early life and war service. Alexander was born in New York City, New York, the son of Archibald Stevens Alexander and Helen Tracy Barney Alexander.

Alexander's great-great-great-grandfather was John Stevens (c. –), delegate in to the Continental Congress; his great-great-grandfather was John Stevens (–), who developed early versions of President: Harry S.

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