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Presbyterian Bibliography

The Published Writings of Ministers Who Served the Presbyterian Church in the United States During Its First Hundred Years, 1861-1961, And Their Locations in Eight Significant Theological Collections in the U.S.A.

Presbyterian Bibliography

The Published Writings of Ministers Who Served the Presbyterian Church in the United States During Its First Hundred Years, 1861-1961, And Their Locations in Eight Significant Theological Collections in the U.S.A.

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£61.00

Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 9780810816398
Number of Pages: 466
Published: 23/05/1995
Width: 14.7 cm
Height: 22.3 cm
Librarians, historians, researchers, students, and others interested in examining the literary production of Southern Presbyterian ministers and works written about them will find A Presbyterian Bibliography invaluable. A 4,187-entry listing of extant published writings of ministers ordained by or received into the Presbyterian Church in the United States in its first hundred years, 1861-1961, this bibliography lists works by and about PCUS ministers and gives locations of all editions found in eight significant theological collections in the U.S.A. Presbyterian seminary libraries are those of Austin, Columbia, Louisville, Princeton, Reformed, and Union (Virginia); included also are the libraries of the Historical Foundation of the Presbyterian and Reformed Churches and the Presbyterian Historical Society. An examination of this listing of published (i.e., printed) books, parts of books, pamphlets, and periodical article repreints shows that PCUS ministers became authors, editors, translators, poets, dramatists, composers, and essayists who wrote sermons, polemics, commentaries, Bible studies, theologies, histories, and letters to Presidents. Content notes and annotations for many books indicate individual minister contributions. A subject index, and indexes leading to every listing of a minister's name and to the main entries of the other presons gives access to the Bibliography.

Harold B. Prince

Harold B. Prince retired from Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, Georgia, in 1982. Before retiring, he served as librarian and professor of bibliography from 1951 to 1982.

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