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Moffatt, Charles L.

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Works: 3 works in 7 publications in 1 language and 30 library holdings
Genres: Academic theses  History  Church history 
Roles: Author
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Most widely held works by Charles L Moffatt
James Hog of carnock (1658-1734), leader in the evangelical party in early eighteenth century Scotland by Charles L Moffatt( )

5 editions published between 1960 and 1961 in English and held by 23 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The title- "James Hog of Carnock (1658-1734), Leader in the Evangelical Party in Early Eighteenth Century Scotland"--Has been the limiting factor in the development and scope of this thesis. It is not without significance that Hog is described as "Leader in the Evangelical Party": the claim is not that he was the leader of that school; but he is presented herein as one of the leaders in the Evangelical party. This means that the share of Thomas Boston, the Erskines, and others of that group in Evangelical leadership is by no means denied, but it is not the scope of this thesis to give an exhaustive study of these particular men, of their party, or even of the various controversies herein discussed. Their contributions are for the most part not included in the thesis, or are included only insofar as is necessary to establish Hog's function in the various scenes, to balance the discussion, or to throw light upon the overall picture. In other words, the various subjects presented in the thesis are developed as James Hog impinged upon them, or as they impinged upon James Hog. The words "Evangelical Party" are intended to apply in a broad way, for it is an accepted fact that there was, during the period under consideration, no hard and fast Evangelical--as opposed to Moderate--party. It was more properly an Evangelical school and as such the words are understood and developed. It is the early eighteenth century with which the thesis is concerned primarily, but as it is impossible to plunge into the current of events and thought in ecclesiastical and theological studies without a retrospective presentation of the contextual situation preceding the immediate problem, an introductory section, rooted in the seventeenth century background, is placed at the beginning of each chapter. The decision to take this approach was taken after consultation with my principal adviser, Principal Emeritus Hugh Watt, whose wise counsel has led the writer clear of many Charybdian hazards. In thus presenting the introductory sections, each chapter serves as a setting for that which follows, climaxing in the crucial chapter on the controversy concerning The Marrow of Modern Divinity
A great cloud of witnesses : the Presbyterian Church in Gallatin, Tennessee, 1793-2013 by Charles L Moffatt( Book )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In this comprehensive accounting of those early years up to the present time, Dr. Charles L. Moffat meticulously chronicles both the events that contributed to the formation and many transformations of what would become Gallatin First Presbyterian Church and also the people who, as a result of the respective roles in their shared history, became A Great Cloud of Witnesses to the life of this church. (Book Jacket)
James Hogg of Carnock by Charles L Moffatt( Book )

1 edition published in 1960 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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Alternative Names
Moffatt, Charles Luther 1924- III

Moffatt, Charles Luther, III, 1924-

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