Encyclopaedia of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America•
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The Encyclopaedia of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America provides articles on the key people, places, events, documents, doctrines, terms, institutions, and Presbyterian churches in the United States. Edited by Alfred Nevin, the encyclpaedia gives you accessible, informative articles that go into special detail on important topics. A prefatory article on John Calvin introduces the volume and recognizes him as a leading figure in Presbyterian history. Other articles treat prominent Presbyterian figures such as Charles Hodge and B. B. Warfield.
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- Provides more than 1200 pages of reference articles
- Features articles on significant people, events, places, documents, churches, and doctrines
- Includes information on all Presbyterian denominations
- Title: Encyclopaedia of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America: Including the Northern and Southern Assemblies
- Editor: Alfred Nevin
- Publisher: Presbyterian Encyclopaedia Publishing Company
- Publication Date: 1884
- Pages: 1,248
About Alfred Nevin
Alfred Nevin (1816–1890) was a Presbyterian minister, lawyer, and scholar. He was educated at Jefferson College and Western Seminary. Nevin served as chaplain at Satterlee Army General Hospital in Philadelphia during the Civil War, and wrote several books, including Churches of the Valley, History of the Presbytery of Philadelphia and of the Philadelphia Central, and A Popular Commentary on the Gospel according to Luke.