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Letters on the Present State and Probable Results of Theological Speculations in Connecticut. By an Edwardean.

By: HARVEY, JOSEPH.

Price: $45.00

Publisher: [No place, Hartford?], [No publisher]: 1832 1832

Item Number: 17734


"Joseph Harvey (1787-1873) Congregational minister. In this pamphlet Harvey responds to either real or literary questions of a friend concerning the theological opinions of Nathaniel W. Taylor. Harvey stated that ""Dr. Taylor's creed exhibits some of the peculiarities of Pelagianism: (e.g.) Peleagius denied original sin, or native depravity. So does Taylor.""--p.25. Harvey also argues that the Theological Seminary had known years of harmony and re... View more info

An Examination of a Review of Dr. Taylor's Sermon on Human Depravity, and Mr. Harvey's Strictures on that Sermon.

By: HARVEY, JOSEPH.

Price: $45.00

Publisher: 1829 1829

Item Number: 17293


"Harvey's Examination of a Review of Dr. Taylor's Sermon on Human Depravity, Hartford, 1829 [HARVEY, JOSEPH]. An Examination of a Review of Dr. Taylor's Sermon on Human Depravity, and Mr. Harvey's Strictures on that Sermon. Hartford: Printed by Goodwin & Co., 1829. Octavo. $45.00 Joseph Harvey (1787-1873) Congregational minister. This pamphlet is attributed to Harvey in Franklin B. Dexter's Biographical Sketches of the Graduates of Yale College... 1912, v.6, p.... View more info