The Charles R. Ehrhardt Manuscript Collection
|Creator:||Ehrhardt, Charles R., 1916-|
|Extent:||1 box (1.1 linear feet)|
|Repository:||Princeton Theological Seminary Libraries. Special Collections.|
|1916 November 9||Born, Baltimore, Maryland|
|1938||Graduated, Western Maryland College|
|1938-1941||Student, Master of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary|
|1941 May 15||Ordained, Presbytery of Baltimore|
|1940-1943||Assistant pastor, Westminster Church, Scranton|
|1943-1946||Served in United States Naval Reserve|
|1946-1950||Pastor, First Church, Hackensack, New Jersey|
|1950-1961||Pastor, Second Church, Newark|
|1961-1975||Pastor, First Church, Phoenix, Arizona|
|1975-1980||Pastor, Brown Memorial Church, Baltimore, Maryland|
|1981-1983||Interim pastor, Westminster-Covenant Church, Scranton|
Charles R. Ehrhardt was born in Baltimore, Maryland in 1916. He graduated from Princeton Seminary in 1941 and was ordained through the Presbytery of Baltimore and served in the U.S. Naval Reserve during World War II. After the war, Mr. Ehrhardt served many pastorates around the country, including Second Presbyterian Church, Newark, New Jersey and Brown Memorial Church, Baltimore, Maryland.
Scope and Content
This collection consists of class notes taken by Charles R. Ehrhardt during his studies at Princeton Theological Seminary.
Ehrhardt, Charles R.
Princeton Theological Seminary. Library. Manuscript collections.
Princeton Theological Seminary--Alumni and alumnae.
The papers of Charles R. Ehrhardt were accessioned on March 11, 1996. They consist of class notes taken at Princeton Seminary with professor's names and dates.
There are no special restrictions to 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 Charles R. Ehrhardt Manuscript Collection. Special Collections, Princeton Theological Seminary Library.
|Box 1: Class Notes|
|1:1||Homiletics - Roberts 1938-1939|
|1:2||Ecumenics - Mackay 1938-1939|
|1:3||English Bible - Mackenzie 1938-1939|
|1:3||Christian Education - Homrighausen 1938-1939|
|1:4||Church History - Loetscher 1939-1940|
|1:4||Apologetics - Kuizenga 1939-1940|
|1:5||Public Worship - Blackwood 1939-1940|
|1:6||Introduction to New Testament - Piper 1939-1940|
|1:7||Exegesis of Romans - Armstrong 1939-1940|
|1:8||Christian Evidences - Kuizenga 1939-1940|
|1:9||Gospel History - Armstrong 1939-1940|
|1:10||Church Polity - Mudge 1940|
|1:11||Prophetical Books - Gehman 1940-1941|
|1:12||Church Administration - Brown 1940-1941|
|1:13||Church & Salvation - Kerr 1940-1941|
|1:14||Christian Education - Homrighausen 1940-1941|
|1:15||Old Testament Biblical Theology - Mackenzie 1940-1941|
|1:16||Doctrinal Preaching - Roberts 1940-1941|
|1:17||New Testament Theology - Mackenzie 1940-1941|
|1:18||Homiletics - Roberts 1940-1941|
|1:19||Christian Ethics - Hromadka 1940-1941|
|1:20||Church History - Loetscher 1940-1941|
|1:21||Apostolic History - Piper 1940-1941|
|1:22||Cure of Souls - Bonnell 1941|
|1:23||Systematic Theology - Kuizenga undated|
|1:24||Calvin's Institutes - Loetscher undated|
|1:25||New Testament Selected Passages - Mackenzie undated|
|1:26||Hebrew Exegesis - Fritsch undated|
|1:27||Hebrew Translation - Gehman undated|
|1:28||Theology of the Consummation - Kerr undated|
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