2 edition of Horace Bushnell found in the catalog.
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Reprinted from the New Englander for January, 1877.
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Horace Bushnell Horace Bushnell book 14, – February 17, ) was an American Congregational minister and theologian. Life. Bushnell was born in the village of Bantam, township of Litchfield, Connecticut. He attended Yale College where he roomed with future magazinist Nathaniel Parker Willis.
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Due to its /5(5). Horace Bushnell, Congregational minister and controversial theologian, sometimes called “the father of American religious liberalism.” He grew up in the rural surroundings of New Preston, Connecticut, joined the Congregational Church inand in entered Yale with plans to become a.
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Click here to access this article in Adobe Acrobat (r) PDF. Christian Nurture. By Horace Bushnell. Reprint, Memphis, TN: General Books LLC,pp., $ “And this is the very idea of Christian education, that it begins with nurture or cultivation” (12).
This book owes its existence to the fact that no full and connected account of Dr. Bushnell's work as a theologian has yet been made. He has been abundantly reviewed and criticised, but that full picture of him as dealing with the theological questions of the day, which his greatness and his influence deserve, has not been drawn.
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Horace Bushnell. At his death inthe Rev. Horace Bushnell, pastor of Hartford’s North Congregational Church (now Immanuel Congregational), was Hartford’s most loved and respected citizen and the leading American theologian of the nineteenth century.
The author of 12 books, he was a true renaissance man, with interests–and genuine. The diaries of Series II are a five volume record of Bushnell's impressions during his trip abroad in These journals would be of greatest value for biographical research.
Excerpts from them have been published in Bushnell's daughter's book, Life and Letters of Horace Bushnell. Christian Nurture - Ebook written by Horace Bushnell. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
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Free shipping for many products!. Take a close look into the writings of the man who brought Schleiermacher's Protestant liberalism to North America. For the first time, Horace Bushnell's works appear in one 20 volume collection.
In addition to the works authored by Bushnell, this collection also includes an early biography with Bushnell's collected letters as well as volumes on Bushnell’s work as a preacher and educator.Horace Bushnell - Horace Bushnell was an American Congregational clergyman and theologian.
Bushnell was a Yankee born in the village of Bantam, township of Litchfield, Connecticut. He graduated at Yale inwas literary editor of the New York Journal of Commerce from –, and in became a tutor at Yale.Horace Bushnell (), minister and theologian, is sometimes called “the father of American religious liberalism.” Influenced by Emerson, Coleridge, and Schleiermacher, the controversial Bushnell thoroughly critiqued the emphasis on the conversion experience so popular among the Christian revivalists of his time.