Join Randy as we go on location to Princeton Cemetery, just outside of Princeton University, to the grave of America’s founding pastors. We’ll see the tomb of Aaron Burr, the graves of Jonathan Edwards (Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God), Samuel Davies (see Polegreen), and John Witherspoon.
From Christian Hall of Fame:
American theologian and philosopher, Jonathan Edwards, was born in Connecticut. He entered Yale at the age of thirteen after having mastered Latin, Greek, and Hebrew. He was graduated at the age of seventeen and soon after was converted to Jesus Christ.
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From HMDB.orgPreacher “One of the most useful qualifications of a good minister is that he have a lively sense of religion upon his own heart.” John Witherspoon Born in Gifford, Scotland, in 1723, Witherspoon was educated at the University of Edinburgh, completing his divinity studies in 1743. The son of a clergyman, he became pastor of the Presbyterian congregation in Read more...