The Men that Represented Early Oberlin College Reformation
Otherwise known as " The Old Guard of
Asa Mahan 1799-1889: First President (January 1, 1835-August 28, 1850) and
Professor of Mental Philosophy. Rev. Charles G. Finney
1792-1875: Second President (August 25, 1851-August 19, 1865) and
Professor of Theology and Mental Philosophy; Pastor of the First Church of
Henry Cowles: Professor of Church History and Prophesy; Main Editor of
(and responsible for giving us most of Finney's
sermons); Author of The
Oberlin Evangelist . Commentaries
on the Entire Bible Rev.
John Morgan: Professor of Greek and Hebrew and Pastor of The First Church
Other Men of Secondary or Temporary Influence to Oberlin Reformation and
H. Fairchild: Third President (June 26, 1866-June 24, 1889) and Professor
of Mental Philosophy and Theology. William
Cochrane: Junior Editor of . The
Oberlin Quarterly Review Samuel
D. Cochrane: John M. Ellis: Professor, and author of the of Finney in 1892. Memorial
Address Aaron Merrit
Hills (1848-194?: President of Texas Holiness Univeristy and Central
Holiness Univeristy. Enr. '67-'68 prep., '68-'71 coll.; theological student in
1871 under Finney who held and taught early Oberlin theology, and promoted a
similar reformation. Rev.
Sherlock Bristol: A student of the second graduating class. REV.
GEORGE CLARK : REV.
C.C. FOOTE : REV.
Hundreds of sermons, poems, revival,
political, and personal accounts, etc. from 1838-1862. . The
By A. L. Shumway, '82, C. DeW.
Brower, '83. 1833-1883. .
A Jubilee Volume of Semi-Historical Anecdotes connected with the past and
present of Oberliniana Oberlin College.
: Rev. Sherlock Bristol's
Letter to A. M. Hills. From Hills' Biography of Finney. Bristol was of the
second graduating class at Oberlin, and shared with Mahan the experience of
the Baptism of the Holy Spirit. 1902. Mahan's
Resignation and Oberlin's Spiritual Decline
WORKS BY OBERLIN AUTHORS
The Works of James Barr Walker.
Elements of Theology. Natural and Revealed: By James H. Fairchild.
1892. 343 pages.
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