A History Of The Presbyterian Church In Georgia

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Report Of The Provisional Committee On Foreign Missions Presented To The General Assembly Of The Presbyterian Church In The Confederate States Of America In Augusta Ga December 1861 Classic Reprint

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Democratic Religion

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Jesse Mercer, History of the Georgia Baptist Association (Washington, Ga: n.p.,
1838; reprint, Washington, Ga.: Ga. ... South, for the Year 1860 (Nashville:
Southern Methodist Publishing House, 1861), 259; James Stacy, A History of the
Presbyterian Church in Georgia (Elberton, Ga. ... J. K. S. Reid, Library of Christian
Classics [Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1954], 51; "Reply to Sadolet," in ibid.,

Lyon College 1872 2002 The Perseverence And Promise Of An Arkansas College C

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Frederick Rudolph, The American College and University: A History ( 1 962;
Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1990), 48. 3. ... the Presbyterian churches in
the South broke with their northern brethren to form the Presbyterian Church in
the Confederate States of America. ... was often referred to as an "English"
education, as opposed to a classical education, which required the study of Latin
and Greek. ... "Arkansas College," Texas Republican, 12 January 1877, reprinted
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