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- Samuel Miller was a Presbyterian theologian who taught at Princeton Theological Seminary.
- born in (246 years ago)
- died in (165 years ago)
- written works: "Letters Concerning The Constitution And Order Of The Christian Ministry", "Thoughts on Public Prayer", "Letters on Clerical Manners and Habits", "Christ And His Cross", "Memoirs Of The Rev. John Rodgers", "A Brief Retrospect of the Eighteenth Century", "A continuation of Letters concerning the constitution and order of the Christian ministry", "A sermon, delivered before the New-York Missionary Society at their annual meeting, April 6th, 1802", "A sermon, delivered January 19, 1812", "A sermon, delivered January 19, 1812, at the request of a number of young gentlemen of the city of New-York", "A sermon, delivered May 9, 1798, recommended by the President of the United States, to be observed as a day of general humiliation, fasting, and prayer", "A sermon, preached March 13th, 1808", "Circular letter to Dr. Richards", "The difficulties and temptations which attend the preaching of the gospel in great cities", "An essay on the warrant, nature, and duties of the office of the ruling elder", "The divine appointment, the duties, and the qualifications of ruling elders", "The guilt, folly, and sources of suicide", "The sermon delivered at the inauguration of the Rev. Archibald Alexander, as professor of didactic and polemic theology, in the Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America", "A sermon, preached March 13th, 1808, for the benefit of the Society instituted in the city of New-York, for the Relief of Poor Widows with Small Children", "Letters from a father to his sons in college"
- Samuel Miller a.k.a. Samuel F. Miller: Samuel Franklin Miller was a United States Representative from New York during the latter half of the American Civil War.
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with Related Texts: A Four-Volume Set by Charles Brockden Brown
“A thorough discussion”: Samuel Miller is a Presbyterian minister, and thus Brown's argument that the rejection of theism is the most significant development of the previous century necessarily has a polite but polemical edge. the extensive ...
living and deceased from the earliest accounts to the latter half of the nineteenth century by Samuel Austin Allibone
Samuel Miller, of Princeton. See Miller. Samuel, D.D., Nos. 4, 5, 6. Dr. Weller laboured to sustain Episcopacy by the testimony of Ignatius and other early fathors. Ho edited The Church Register, 1826-29, and the first American collection of ...
by Randall Herbert Balmer
Samuel Miller, professor of ecclesiastical history and church government at Princeton Theological Seminary, graduated with high honors from the University of Pennsylvania and was ordained by the Presbytery of ...
A Theological Dictionary (1807)
by Charles Buck
Samuel Miller, D. D. Rev. Mr. Miller Mr. William Mason Mr. Michael Megear Mr. Stephen Miller Rev. Truman Marsh Mr. Philip H. Mattis Mr. Samuel Mason Rev. William M-Pheeters Rev. James M'Elhenney John Mc4 Dougal, Esq. Gen.
A Critical Dictionary of English Literature and British and American Authors, Living and Deceased, from the Earliest Account to the Latter Half of the Nineteenth Century (1881)
Containing Over Forty-six Thousand Articles (authors), with Forty Indexes of Subjects by Samuel Austin Allibone
Samuel Miller, D.D..late Professor in the Theological Seminary at Princeton, New Jersey, was a native of Dover; became a surgeon in the United States Army in 1780; practised for some time at Frederica. Delaware, and subsequently in ...
by Donald Ricky
Creeks: Roly McIntosh, To-marth-le Micco, Eu-faula Harjo, O-poeth-le Yoholo, Yargee, Samuel Miller, Cot-char Tustunnuggee, *K. Lewis, Tuskunar Harjo, Tinthlanis Harjo, To-cose Fixico, *Samuel C. Brown, Ho-tul-gar Harjo, Oak-chun Harjo, ...
by David Hudson, Marvin Bergman, Loren Horton
See also William Gillette, “Samuel Miller,” in The Justices of the United States Supreme Court, ed. Leon Friedman and Fred L. Israel, vol. 2 (1997); and Bernard Schwartz, A History of the Supreme Court (1993). benjamin k. miller Mollenhoff, ...
by Randall M. Miller, John David Smith
A Presbyterian clergyman, Samuel Miller, denounced slavery on the grounds that the principles of the Revolution, which were in harmony with the Word of God, made slavery unacceptable. The Reverend Jacob Green opposed slavery on ...
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