Presbyterians of the Past

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Reformed Dutch Church in America

The post last week was a biography of Swiss-American Philip Milledoler and for this week the Dutch-Americans will be the subject. The Dutch settled New Amsterdam in the early seventeenth century. Their influence was...

James Hall, 1744-1826

James was born August 22, 1744 in York County, Pennsylvania, the third son of his like-named father and judicious mother, Prudence (Roddy) Hall. His parents left Pennsylvania with their nine children heading west, then...

B. B. Warfield on the Tenements

If you read the title of this post quickly you might have concluded it is about the Tennents as in the Log College’s William or Gilbert, but it is instead about the tenements in New York. The subject of crowded urban...

Mail Carrying on Sunday

Not too long ago we pulled up to our home after a morning at church and went to the entrance as usual. On the porch was a brown package complete with the usual abundance of bar coded slick paper and Times New Roman font...