Albert Barnes
b. December 1, 1798 – d. December 24, 1870 • Presbyterian • Theologian
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Barnes, Albert
Barnes, Albert (1798–1870)Minister, author, and leader of New School presbyterianism. Barnes was born in New York; he graduated from Hamilton College (1820) and Princeton Seminary (1823). After ordination (1825), he became pastor of Philadelphia’s First Presbyterian Church (1830) but was received only
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Barnes, Albert
BARNES, ALBERT (1798–1870)Presbyterian preacher and writer; central figure in the split of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America in 1837Born of Methodist parents in Rome, New York, Barnes came under the influence of the writings of Thomas Chalmers, a Scottish Presbyterian writer,