A Scribe Well-Trained: Archibald Alexander and the Life of Piety (Profiles In Reformed Spirituality)
Archibald, Alexander; Garretson, James M. (Editor)
“Garretson has favored us with a wonderful study on biblical and Christian piety as displayed through the writings of this early American Presbyterian minister and educator. Those who are interested in an introduction on Christian piety need look no further. Here it is!”See All
Robert L. Reymond
Emeritus Professor of Systematic Theology at Knox Theological Seminary, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Source: Sermon Audio
A Scribe Well–Trained acquaints us with the life and writings of Princeton Theological Seminary’s founding professor, Archibald Alexander (1772—1851). In the opening biographical sketch, James M. Garretson introduces us to the things that influenced Alexander and how he sought to cultivate godliness in himself, the men he trained, and people to whom he ministered. Garretson reinforces this through fifty–six short excerpts from across the published writings of Alexander, allowing us to experience firsthand the richness of ‘Old Princeton’ spirituality.