The Wallace N. Jamison Manuscript Collection
|Creator:||Jamison, Wallace N., 1918-|
|Extent:||2 boxes (0.6 linear feet)|
|Repository:||Princeton Theological Seminary Libraries. Special Collections.|
|1918 August 1||Born, Alexandria, Egypt|
|1940||Graduated, Westminster College, Pennsylvania|
|1940-1943||Student, Bachelor of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary|
|1943 May 21||Ordained, Presbytery of Monongahela, United Presbyterian Church of North America|
|1943-1946||Chaplain, United States Naval Reserves|
|1946||Student, Columbia University, New York City|
|1946||Student, Union Theological Seminary, New York City|
|1946-1948||Student, Doctor of Philosophy, University of Edinburgh, Scotland|
|1948-1951||Pastor, First United Church, Indianola, Iowa|
|1951-1956||Dean of Chapel and Professor, History, Westminster College|
|1956-1963||Professor, Church History, New Brunswick Theological Seminary, New Brunswick, New Jersey|
|1963-1969||President, New Brunswick Theological Seminary|
|1970-1985||Dean, Illinois College, Jacksonville, Illinois|
|1973||Awarded Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, Westminster College|
|2010 October 9||Died, Jacksonville, Illinois|
Dr. Wallace N. Jamison (born 1918) is a graduate of Westminster College, Pennsylvania (BA, 1940), Princeton Seminary (Th.B., 1943), and the University of Edinburgh, Scotland (Ph.D., 1948). He engaged in additional studies at Union Theological Seminary, New York in 1946. Dr. Jamison was a U.S. Navy Reserve chaplain during the Second World War and was for many years a pastor in the United Presbyterian Church of North America. He also served as a professor and administrator at Westminster College in Pennsylvania, New Brunswick Theological Seminary, and Illinois College.
Scope and Content
This collection consists of course notes taken by Wallace Jamison while at Princeton Theological Seminary from 1940 to 1943.
Jamison, Wallace N., 1918---Archives.
Princeton Theological Seminary--Alumni and alumnae--Archives.
Princeton Theological Seminary. Library. Manuscript collections.
Dr. Wallace N. Jamison's papers were donated to the Seminary Libraries in August of 1996. This collection was organized and the original finding aid was written by Raymond D. Cannata, under the direction of William O. Harris, Archivist.
There are no special restrictions to the access of this collection. It may be examined by library patrons under the normal rules and conditions of Special Collections.
Use of Materials
The following is the acceptable citation for publication: The Wallace N. Jamison Manuscript Collection. Special Collections, Princeton Theological Seminary Library.
|1:1||Junior year, first semester: Homiletics (Blackwood); Public Speaking (Wheeler); Reformed Theology (Kuizenga); Introduction to English Bible (Homrighausen); New Testament Introduction (Piper); Hebrew (Fritsch); New Testament Greek (Metzger); Church Music (Williamson).|
|1:2||Junior year, second semester: World Mission (Mackay); Public Speaking (Wheeler); Old Testament History and Introduction (Gehman and Jurji); New Testament Exegesis (Piper); Apologetics (Kuizenga); Homiletics (Blackwood and Wheeler); Hebrew (Fritsch); Church Music (Williamson).|
|1:3||Middler year, first semester: Prophetical Books (Gehman and Fritsch); Church History (Loetscher); Doctrine of Christ (Hromadka); Gospel History (Piper); Literary Interpretation (Wheeler); Psychology of Religion (Kuizenga); Comparative Christianity (Hromadka); Preaching (Blackwood, Wheeler).|
|1:4||Middler year, second term: Christian Doctrine of Man (Kerr); Exegesis of the Synoptic Gospels (Piper); Public Worship (Blackwood); Biblical Theology of the Old Testament (Gehman); Development of Christian Doctrine to the 19th Century (Kerr); Christian Education (Homrighausen); Age of the Enlightenment (Loetscher); Renaissance, Reformation, and Counter-Reformation (Loetscher).|
|2:1||Senior year, first term: New Testament Biblical Theology (Piper); Theology of Crisis (Hromadka); Christian Doctrine of the Consummation (Kerr); Ancient Church (Loetscher); Christian Doctrine of God (Kuizenga); Homiletics (Roberts); Expository Preaching (Blackwood).|
|2:2||Senior year, second term: Christian Ethics (Hromadka); Medieval Church (Loetscher); Church Administration (Brown); Apostolic History (Piper); A Year's Preaching (Blackwood); Philosophy of Religion (Hromadka); Contemporary Cults (Kuizenga); Cure of Souls (Bonnell).|
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