Archibald Alexander Collection (20 vols.)
12 publishers Jonathan Leavitt, Crocker & Brewster, J. T. Robinson, Presbyterian Board of Publication, John Welwood Scott, Presbyterian Tract and Sunday School Society, William S. Martien, William Fry, American Tract Society, Whiting and Watson, N.P., Board of Education of the Presbyterian Church 1792–1857
A member of a long line of the great Princeton theologians which includes Jonathan Edwards, B.B. Warfield, and Charles Hodge, Archibald Alexander was a dominating and highly influential Presbyterian theologian, and the founding principal of Princeton Theological Seminary. He wrote and preached extensively on theological topics, missions, and biblical authority, and—more than any other during his time—appropriated and defined Calvinism in the unique context of America.
The Archibald Alexander Collection contains twenty volumes of works on biblical studies and theology. This collection includes Alexander’s important writings on biblical authority—the first works in Princeton theology to defend biblical inspiration against the claims of higher critics—a project greatly expanded by his successors Charles Hodge and B.B. Warfield. The Archibald Alexander Collection also includes Alexander’s works on religious experience, church education, and his two massive volumes on the history of Israel. This collection also contains numerous sermons, lectures, and other addresses, including his address delivered at his own inauguration as professor of theology at Princeton.
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- Archibald Alexander’s works on religious experience, biblical inspiration and authority, and other important themes in Princeton theology
- Sermons, addresses, and lectures
- All Scripture references linked to original language texts and English translations
- The Canon of the Old and New Testament Ascertained
- Thoughts on Religious Experience
- Evidences of the Authenticity, Inspiration and Canonical Authority of the Holy Scriptures
- Practical Truths
- Thoughts on the Education of Pious and Indigent Candidates for the Ministry
- A Brief Compend of Bible Truth
- A Dialogue between a Presbyterian and a "Friend"
- A Discourse Occasioned by the Burning of the Theatre in the City of Richmond, Virginia
- A History of the Israelitish Nation
- A Missionary Sermon
- Practical Sermons to be Read in Families and Social Meetings
- Suggestions in Vindication of Sunday Schools
- Biographical Sketches of the Founder, and Principal Alumni of the Log College
- The Way of Salvation Familiarly Explained
- A Memorial of Mrs. Margaret Breckinridge
- The Sermon Delivered at the Inauguration of the Rev. Archibald Alexander
- Annals of the Jewish Nation during the Period of the Second Temple
- Counsels of the Aged to the Young
- Universalism False and Unscriptural: An Essay on the Duration and Intensity of Future Punishment
- The Duty of Catechetical Instruction
- Title: Archibald Alexander Collection (20 vols.)
- Author: Archibald Alexander
- Volumes: 20
- Pages: 4,100
About Archibald Alexander
Archibald Alexander was born on April 17, 1772 in Rockbridge County, Virginia. He was educated at nearby Liberty Hall, and studied for two years under William Graham. At age 25, he was elected president of Hampden Sydney College in Virginia. Shortly thereafter, he moved to Philadelphia to become pastor of the Third Presbyterian Church. When Princeton Theological Seminary opened in 1812, Archibald Alexander became the first professor of theology, where he served until 1840. Among his students was Charles Hodge, who named his son, A.A. Hodge, after his mentor. Archibald Alexander died in 1851.