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    Southern Presbyterian Review: THE SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN REVIEW: CONDUCTED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF MINISTERS, IN COLUMBIA, S. C.: VOLUME IV. Columbia, SC: Printed by A.S. Johnston, 1850-1. x, 593pp. Bound in original brown potted paper over boards with leather corners [worn through paper along edges], spine has been rebacked with new buckram and gold lettering. New endpapers and flyleaves [minor worm damage to top corner of first three leaves]. Scattered damping and foxing, Good+. Contains July and October issues for 1850, and January and April issues for 1851. Benjamin Morgan Palmer [1818-1902] held Presbyterian pastorates at Savannah GA, Columbia SC, and New Orleans. He was "one of the founders of the Southern Presbyterian Review, of which, after 1847 he was editor and contributor...He was the glory of the Southern pulpit."--New Schaff-Herzog Ency. Rel. Knowledge VIII:324. The contents of this volume include: Slavery and the Religious Instruction of the Coloured Population; The Genuineness of the Pentateuch; Remarks on 1 Corinthians, xv.32; Objections to the German Transcendental Philosophy; The Unity of the Human Race; The Plenary Inspiration of the Scriptures; The Free Grace of God and the Free Will of Man.

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