This anthology brings together in one volume fifteen classic sermons by some of Princeton Theological Seminary's most acclaimed faculty and theologians. The Princeton Pulpit includes the work of Charles Hodge, Archibald Alexander, J. Addison Alexander, and more. More devotional than doctrinal, each sermon is headlined with the Scripture being expounded, such as Acts 9, Titus 2:6, and 1 Timothy 3:16. Containing practical application and timeless themes, these sermons still pack a powerful punch more than one hundred years after this volume was first published.
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- Fifteen classic sermons
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- "The Appropriate Duty and Ornament of the Female Sex," by Samuel Miller
- "Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth," by Archibald Alexander
- "A Baccalaureate Discourse," by James Carnahan
- "Faith in Christ, the Source of Spiritual Life," by Charles Hodge
- "Filial Piety," by John Maclean
- "Sorrow Better than Laughter," by James W. Alexander
- "Looking at the Things Which Are Not Seen," by Albert B. Dod
- "The Christian Philosophy of Revolution," by M. B. Hope
- "The Power and Perpetuity of Law," by John Forsyth
- "The Work of God," by J. Addison Alexander
- "God, the Guide of His Blind People," by William E. Schenck
- "Christ, the Manifestation of God," by W. Henry Green
- "Religious Retirement," by George M. Giger
- "Search the Scriptures," by Thomas W. Cattell
- "The Position of the Human Race in the Divine Economy," by John T. Duffield
Praise for the Print Edition
Our readers will require nothing more than the title page of this book to excite within them a desire for its possession. Those who know anything of the writings of Miller, and the Alexanders, and Hodge, and of the other distinguished individuals connected with Princeton, will expect to find in these sermons much interesting and useful matter.
—The Evangelical Repository
These sermons are good specimens of the powers of the different writers. There is something characteristic in most of them, which imparts a double interest.
—The Presbyterian Magazine
- Title: The Princeton Pulpit
- Editor: John T. Duffield
- Publisher: Charles Scribner
- Publication Date: 1852
- Pages: 326
About John T. Duffield
John T. Duffield (1823–1901) was a professor of mathematics at Princeton during the years 1847–1898.