C. R. Vaughan

C. R. Vaughan was a life-long friend of Robert Dabney, and later his biographer, and one of a group of Southern Presbyterian ministers and theologians whose writings are coming to be increasingly valued. After serving pastorates in Virginia, and though dogged by ill-health, he succeeded Dabney as Professor of Theology at Union Seminary, Richmond, Virginia, in 1893. He died in 1911.

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The Evidences of Regeneration

By: C. R. Vaughan

Volume 9, Number 29 (7/15/2007, to 7/21/2007)

Format: Webpage

Topics: Salvation

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