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The Marriage of the King's Son, and the Guilt of Unbelief

The Marriage of the King's Son, and the Guilt of Unbelief

Two Sermons (Classic Reprint)

by Dr William James
Publication Date: 21/11/2018
Excerpt from The Marriage of the King's Son, and the Guilt of Unbelief: Two Sermons College of which he was a member, that he allowed himself to hope that he had become the subject of a spiritual renovation, and, as a consequence, made a public profession of his faith. He joined the Theo logical Seminary at Princeton in 1816, shortly after his graduation; and, having completed his course there, and spent a short time in prosecuting his studies elsewhere, he was licensed to preach by the Pres bytery of Albany in September, 1820. His health being, at this time, considerably impaired, he crossed the ocean almost immediately after his licensure, and passed about twenty months, chiefly in Scotland, divid ing his time between Glasgow and Edinburgh. Dur ing this period he lived in comparative retirement, conversing more with books than with men; and though within a few minutes' walk of some of the greatest spirits of the age, he seems to have studiously avoided even an introduction to them.

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