A Copious Fountain: A History of Union Presbyterian by William B. Sweetser Jr.

By William B. Sweetser Jr.

A Copious Fountain tells the two-hundred-year-old tale of Union Presbyterian Seminary in Richmond, Virginia. From its first days at Hampden-Sydney collage, Union Presbyterian Seminary has replied its name to equip informed ministers to serve the church. because the first establishment of its type within the South, Union Presbyterian Seminary created a typical for theological schooling throughout denominational affiliations.

This systematic background of Union Presbyterian Seminary offers cultural and ancient context to the varsity via its bicentennial 12 months. Combining examine, images, and first resource records, Sweetser's booklet celebrates the long-lasting impression of Union Presbyterian Seminary within the church and beyond.

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