Letter to the Editor of the Spirit of the Pilgrims. To which are Adde

TYLER, BENNET.

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TYLER, BENNET. A Letter to the Editor of the Spirit of the Pilgrims. To which are Added Remarks on a Recent Letter of Dr. Taylor in the Christian Spectator. By Bennet Tyler, D.D. Pastor of the Second Congregational Church in Portland, Me. Portland: Printed by Merrill and Byram. 1833. Octavo.[ Bennet Tyler (1783-1858) American Congregational pastor, theologian, educator. President of Dartmouth College for 6 years, first President and professor of Christian theology of the Theological Institute of Connecticut, leader of the `Old School' Calvinists. "In this same year [1828] a sermon preached by Dr. Nathaniel W. Taylor at the Yale Commencement let loose a flood of theological controversy among the New England churches, especially in Connecticut, between the 'Old School' Calvinists and the 'New Divinity' as promulgated from New Haven. Being an ardent conservative and one of the ablest interpreters of the old theology, Tyler was drawn into the debate and became a recognized leader of conservative orthodoxy. On Sept. 10, 1833, forty ministers met in East Windsor, Conn., and resolved to establish a theological seminary--if twenty thousand dollars could be raised--to counteract, as far as possible, the harmful effects of the 'New Divinity as taught in New Haven. The money was raised in a few weeks, the corner-stone of the Theological Institute of Connecticut, now the Hartford Theological Seminary, was laid May 13, 1834, and Tyler was inducted into office as president and professor of Christian theology on the same day. This position he held for twenty-three years, resigning on account of the infirmities of age July 16, 1857. Not an original or speculative thinker, Tyler dwelt contentedly in the Calvinistic system as modified by Jonathan Edwards and tempered by Timothy Dwight"--Dict. Amer. Biog. XIX:85. In this pamphlet Tyler continues the now 5 year controversy with Nathaniel W. Taylor, re Taylor misrepresentations of Tyler's. Bookseller Inventory # 17158

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