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The Biblical repertory and Princeton review.

Author: Peter WalkerW H MitchellJohn T RobinsonJohn BogartLyman Hotchkiss AtwaterAll authors
Publisher: Philadelphia [Pa.] : James A. Peabody, 1837-1871.
Edition/Format:   eJournal/eMagazine : Document : Periodical : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Gold stamped leather (Binding)
Grained cloth (Binding)
Religious periodicals
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Half bindings (Binding)
Material Type: Document, Periodical, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Journal / Magazine / Newspaper
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Walker; W H Mitchell; John T Robinson; John Bogart; Lyman Hotchkiss Atwater; Charles Hodge; Matthew B Hope; James A Peabody; Charles Scribner and Company,; Office of the Biblical Repertory,
OCLC Number: 1041857987
Notes: Title from contents page (viewed June 25, 2018).
Publishers: M.B. Hope-Education Rooms, 1840-1847; W.H. Mitchell-Education Rooms, 1848-1850; W.H. Mitchell, 1851-1852; Office of the Biblical Repertory, 1853-1856; Peter Walker, 1857-1868; Charles Scribner & Co., 1869-1871.
Printer: J. Bogart (Princeton, N.J.), 1839-1841; John T. Robinson (Princeton, N.J.), 1842-1850
Numerous bookseller listed on volume title pages.
Editors: Charles Hodge, 1856-1868; Charles Hodge, Lyman A. Atwater, 1869-1871.
Title from volume title pages.
This publication is best remembered as having developed what is known as the "Princeton theology," mainly through the efforts of its great editor, Charles Hodge. The Review was a distinctly professional quarterly for the clergy and as Hodge was a follower of Archibald Alexander, it related purely Calvinistic thought. Because of the Review's stand, it was strongly opposed by Bibliotheca Sacra, then published at Andover, N.J. This controversey between the two schools of thought raged for over forty years, until Hodge retired his editorship in 1871. From 1871 until it merged with Political science quarterly in 1888, the Review was less theological in nature, which progably accounts for its decline. Although Hodge was the largest contributor, articles by James W. Alexander, Joseph Addison, Samuel Tyler, J.W. Youmans, and William H. Green appeared. In addition, Charles D. Warner, James McCosh, and Woodrow Wilson contributed to the final volumes. Cf. American periodicals, 1741-1900.
Published at New York, 1869-1871.
Half title page: Biblical repertory, 1839; Princeton review, 1850
Other Titles: Princeton review
Biblical repertory


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