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eBook Samuel Davies: Apostle of Dissent in Colonial Virginia download ISBN: 0870491210
Author: George William Pilcher
Publisher: University of Tennessee Press; 1st edition (1971)
Language: English
Pages: 229
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Samuel Davies was a hymn writer, a Presbyterian minister, defender of liberty in colonial Virginia, an influence on the great Virginian Patrick Henry, a man that desired to educate and evangelize the American slaves and the fourth President of the College of New Jersey (Princeton University).

Samuel Davies was a hymn writer, a Presbyterian minister, defender of liberty in colonial Virginia, an influence on the great Virginian Patrick Henry, a man that desired to educate and evangelize the American slaves and the fourth President of the College of New Jersey (Princeton University) all before dying at 37 years old. There is much more that can be said, but this biography does a very good job Very good book of a minister that, in my opinion is severely neglected in American history.

By George William Pilcher. Samuel Davies: Apostle of Dissent in Colonial Virginia. September 1972 · Church History. By PilcherGeorge William. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1971. Volume 41 Issue 3 - A. Kenneth Austin.

Samuel Davies: Apostle of Dissent in Colonial Virginia. By George William Pilcher. A. Kenneth Austin (a1).

Samuel Davies; apostle of dissent in colonial Virginia.

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Bibliographic Details Publisher: University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, TN; USA. Publication Date: 1971. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Synopsis: Samuel Davies, Colonial, Virginia, Apostle.

George William Pilcher has written: 'Samuel Davies; apostle of dissent in colonial Virginia'. George Washington's home town was Colonial Beach (as what it is known today), Westmoreland County in Virginia. Was George Washington a colonial leader from Virginia and veteran of the french and Indian war? Yes, he was all of that. This is where he was born. But he did spend a lot of his childhood days in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

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Virginia's colonial legislature in 1743 had licensed Polegreen reading room and three . Samuel Davies: Apostle of Virginia" (PDF). The Banner of Truth Magazine. Retrieved 14 May 2012.

Virginia's colonial legislature in 1743 had licensed Polegreen reading room and three others in and near Hanover County, Virginia. Davies eventually led seven congregations in five counties, fulfilling his duties despite frail health from tuberculosis  . As Davies began his ministry in Virginia, six students began studies in Elizabeth, . at the College of New Jersey, which had been established in 1746 to educate "those of every Religious Denomination.

Samuel Davies: Apostle of Dissent in Colonial Virginia by George William Pilcher. William Jennings Bryan. Volume 3 : Political Puritan, 1915-1925 by Paolo E. Coletta. Samuel Davies: Apostle of Dissent in Colonial Virginia by George William Pilcher (pp. 144-146). Coletta (pp. 148-149).

Pilcher, George William. Samuel Davies; apostle of dissent in Colonial Virginia. Various encyclopedia and internet articles. Last updated July, 2007. Originally published May 03, 2010. Isaac Backus; Liberty and Justice for All. Chaplains of the Revolutionary War. The Homeless Piled In; Missionary Pioneers Poured Out.

Samuel Davies, Colonial, Virginia, Apostle
Comments: (2)
Kuve
A great read!
Balladolbine
Davies seems now forgotten. But his life and efforts were important and should be better known. Davies should be a hero to evangelicals, especially Presbyterians. Thorough. The scholarship shown behind the book is impressive. Even the footnotes are interesting.

I bought two other copies of this old book for gifts.

Wondering how "Davies" should be pronounced. My bet is for the British pronounciation of the name, "Davis".