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This 145 page student notebook contains handwritten notes from Dr. John H. A. Bomberger's lectures during his time as a teacher in the School of Theology at Ursinus College.
The notes contain sections on emotions, affections (parental, filial, fraternal, conjugal, social) and desires, as well as freedom of the will. Other sections of the book contain notes on such topics as: Reformed theologians Heinrich Bullinger, Peter Martyr Vermigli and Theodore Beza, the Thirty Years' War, Hesse-Kassel, Brandenburg, French refugees, Pietism, Theodor Untereyck, Joachim Neander, Friedrich Adolph Lampe, Gerhard Tersteegen, sublapsarianism, Johannes Piscator, and rationalism.
Ursinus College, School of Theology, John H. A. Bomberger, lecture notes, German Reformed Church, Albert Rhodes Thompson
Christian Denominations and Sects | History of Christianity | Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion
Bomberger, John Henry Augustus, "Lectures on the Sensibilities and the Will" (1877). John H. A. Bomberger Library. 79.
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