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Warfield’s Christmas

While we’re on the subject of Christmas: I noted in my most recent post that Geerhardus Vos fancied himself something of a poet; at the link you can see his poem on Christ’s Nativity. Vos was not unique in this predilection. One of his Princeton colleagues, B.B. Warfield, also wrote a number of poems, and […]

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James Alexander and Social Reform

Interesting excerpts from Gary Steward’s fine work on Old Princeton. While Alexander’s program for social reform consisted primarily in energetic efforts to more broadly spread the gospel and Christian truth, others took a more radical approach. One such group who did not do so was the utopian socialists, which included Robert Owen, Charles Fourier, Francis […]