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A Further Reply to Dr. Tyler, on the Doctrines of Propagated Depravity, &c. By N.W. Taylor.

By: TAYLOR, NATHANIEL W.

Price: $75.00

Publisher: [Boston], [1833] 1833

Item Number: 17732


"Nathaniel W. Taylor (1786-1858) theologian and educator. Taylor entered Yale in 1800, later studied under Timothy Dwight and was ordained minister of the First Church of Christ, New Haven, 1812. In 1822 upon the formation of the Yale Divinity School, he became Dwight Professor of Didactic Theology, a position he held to within a few weeks of his death. ""In order to guard against the idea that man is saved by any merit of his own, Calvinism seemed to excl... View more info

Dr. Taylor's Reply to Dr. Tyler's Examination.

By: TAYLOR, NATHANIEL W.

Price: $55.00

Publisher: Boston:, Printed by Peirce and Parker, No. 9, Cornhill.: 1832 1832

Item Number: 17731


"Nathaniel W. Taylor (1786-1858) theologian and educator. Taylor entered Yale in 1800, later studied under Timothy Dwight and was ordained minister of the First Church of Christ, New Haven, 1812. In 1822 upon the formation of the Yale Divinity School, he became Dwight Professor of Didactic Theology, a position he held to within a few weeks of his death. ""In order to guard against the idea that man is saved by any merit of his own, Calvinism seemed to excl... View more info

A Letter from Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, on the Subject of His Late Discussion with Rev. Dr. Tyler. First published in the Quarterly Christian Spectator. For September, 1833.

By: TAYLOR, NATHANIEL W.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: New Haven:, Published by Stephen Cooke. Printed by Baldwin & Ellis.: [1833] 1833

Item Number: 17730


"Nathaniel W. Taylor (1786-1858) theologian and educator. Taylor entered Yale in 1800, later studied under Timothy Dwight and was ordained minister of the First Church of Christ, New Haven, 1812. In 1822 upon the formation of the Yale Divinity School, he became Dwight Professor of Didactic Theology, a position he held to within a few weeks of his death. ""In order to guard against the idea that man is saved by any merit of his own, Calvinism seemed to excl... View more info