6 edition of Benjamin Franklin and the zealous Presbyterians found in the catalog.
Benjamin Franklin and the zealous Presbyterians
Melvin H. Buxbaum
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] Melvin H. Buxbaum.|
|LC Classifications||E302.6.F8 B94|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||265|
|LC Control Number||74014932|
Young Benjamin Franklin: the birth of ingenuity / Nick Bunker. Format Book Edition First edition. Published New York: Alfred A. Knopf, © Description viii, pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates: illustrations (some color), color map ; 25 cm Notes Includes bibliographical references and index. 7. BF commented further on the regularity of attendance at prayers in his autobiography: “We had for our Chaplain a zealous Presbyterian Minister, Mr. Beatty, who complain’d to me that the Men did not generally attend his Prayers and Exhortations. When they enlisted, they were promis’d, besides Pay and Provisions, a Gill of Rum a Day, which was pu[n]ctually serv’d out to them half in.
6 On Franklin and Whitefield with respect to hell, see Buxbaum, Melvin H., Benjamin Franklin and the Zealous Presbyterians (University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, ) 7 Quoted by Mead, Sidney E. in The Lively Experiment (New York: Harper & Row, ) The letters from Abel James and Benjamin Vaughan urge Franklin to continue his memoirs, primarily because his life will provide a good example for others, especially young people. Vaughan gives many more arguments, emphasizing that Franklin's story should be one of the age's worthiest.
On the recommendation from my 25 year old son, I delve into the life and religion of founding father, Benjamin Franklin. I was pleasantly surprised by Franklin's progressive thinking; he was autodidactic, attempted vegetarianism, and he faced a constant struggle with organized religion upsetting the parental apple cart; they happened to be puritans/5(20). Benjamin Franklin unmasked: on the unity of his moral, religious, and political thought / by: Weinberger, Jerry, Published: () The papers of Benjamin Franklin / by: Franklin, Benjamin, , Published: ().
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One of the most fascinating characters in colonial America is Benjamin Franklin (). His favorite book was John Bunyan's (Baptist) also in his Autobiography; see Melvin H. Buxbaum, Benjamin Franklin and the Zealous Presbyterians), writing and publishing works both favorable towards and critical of the Covenanter theology of.
Two sides of Franklin are presented in this book: on one hand, the promoter conveying positive images of himself and his nation as models of toleration; on the other, the polemicist inveighing against alleged offenses of the colonial American Calvinist Establishments (he called them all Presbyterian).
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