Election Not Contrary to a Free Gospel
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The “substance” of this sermon, on John 6:37-40, “was originally preached in the First Presbyterian Church” (p. 209); the city is not specified, but it was probably either Allegheny or Pittsburgh. It was published in the July 1833 issue of the Pittsburgh-based Presbyterian Preacher; at the time of its publication, Nevin was a professor at the Western Theological Seminary in Allegheny (now Pittsburgh Theological Seminary).
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Appalachia, Pennsylvania, John Williamson Nevin, Presbyterian Church, Reformed Church in the United States, Sermons
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Nevin, John Williamson, "Election Not Contrary to a Free Gospel" (1833). Nevin, John Williamson, 1803-1886. 5.
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