Theology--Study and teaching
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Mss. MsV Nr6
Scope and Contents Notes, 1871, taken by Lawrence M. Colfelt, student in New York from lectures on systematic theology, the life of Christ, and the history of the Apostolic Church. The volume includes records of baptisms and marriages solemnized by Colfelt as pastor of Allentown Presbyterian Church, Allentown, N. J.
Identifier: SC 01426
Scope and Contents Two page letter appealing to Reverend Wilmer and the Episcopal Church to consider increasing their endowment toward the College of William and Mary. As the only seminary in Virginia devoted to the teaching of the Epicopal faith, Hubbard argues fervently for such monetary support for this institution.
Identifier: SC 01036
Scope and Contents Diary, 1865-1867, of Warren Bates Osgood (1844-1880), a Methodist preacher based in the Chicago, Illinois area. During the period in which this diary was written, Osgood was working as a teacher to support himsself through his studies. The diary contains detailed, daily entries by Osgood related to religion, methodism, looking for a teaching position, the treatment of individuals who have fallen ill, the differences between the North and South after the Civil War, and various sermons he has...