This volume, originally published in 1987, includes several of Edwards A. Park’s influential essays and sermons, including Connection between Theological Study and Pulpit Eloquence, Duties of a Theologian and Unity Amid Diversities of Belief, Even on Imputed and Involuntary Sin. Edwards Amasa Park, an American Congregational theologian, was an able defender of Trinitarian views and became a figure of theological power in his denomination. This title will be of interest to students of nineteenth-century religious and social history.
Introduction Bruce Kuklick; 1. Connection between Theological Study and Pulpit Eloquence 2. The Mode of Exhibiting Theological Truth 3. Duties of a Theologian 4. Intellectual and Moral Influence of Romanism 5. The Theology of the Intellect and that of the Feelings 6. Remarks on the Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review, Vol. XXII, No. IV, Art. VII 7. Unity Amid Diversities of Belief, Even on Imputed and Involuntary Sin 8. New England Theology 9. The Relation of Divine Providence to Physical Laws 10. Theories in Regard to the Nature of the Will 11. Dr. Hodge’s Systematic Theology
Reissuing works originally published between 1973 and 1997, Routledge Library Editions: 19th Century Religion (18 volumes) offers a selection of scholarship covering historical developments in religious thinking. Topics include the origin of Catholicism in America, sexual liberation and religion in Europe, and the emergence of Atheism in Victorian England. This set also includes collections of sermons and essays from some of the most influential preachers of the nineteenth century.