Robert Dabney (1820-98), who was for forty years Professor in Union Seminary, Virginia, U.S.A., was in the opinion of Dr. Archibald Alexander, ‘the best teacher of theology in the United States, if not in the world’.
This volume of Dr. Dabney's discussions is a collection of essays, journal, and newspaper articles that were never published beyond their initial appearance as well as several never before published manuscripts. Because of the variety of topics that are covered in this volume, the articles are arranged into six general topics.
Part 1: Letters from Europe
Part 2: Biblical and Theological Topics
Part 3: Ecclesiastical Issues
Part 4: Secular Topics
Part 5: Historical and Biographical Writings
Part 6: Poetical Work