Almost immediately Princeton Seminary became an intellectual and theological school of great importance. It was the home not only of sturdy Calvinistic theology, but also of the spirituality and evangelistic zeal which was the strength of such institutions as the Sunday Afternoon Conference and the Society of Inquiry on Missions. This book is about the people and the place of Princeton Seminary that have become the story of nineteenth century evangelicalism. It is about the two- dozen professors who, with the students, made Princeton Seminary what it was.
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