« Bartlet, James Vernon Bartlett, Samuel Colcord Bartol, Cyrus Augustus »

Bartlett, Samuel Colcord

BARTLETT, SAMUEL COLCORD: Congregationalist; b. at Salisbury, N. H., Nov. 25, 1817; d. in Hanover, N. H., Nov. 16, 1898. He was graduate 494 at Dartmouth 1836, and at Andover Theological Seminary 1842; was ordained 1843, and was pastor at Munson, Mass., 1843-46; professor of intellectual philosophy and rhetoric in Western Reserve College, Hudson, O., 1846-52; pastor at Manchester, N. H., 1852-57; in Chicago 1857-59; was one of the founders of the Chicago Theological Seminary (Congregational) and professor of Biblical literature there 1858-77; president of Dartmouth 1877-92, and lecturer on the relation of the Bible to science and history and instructor in natural theology and evidences of Christianity, 1892-98. Besides many articles in the periodicals and addresses, he published Life and Death Eternal, a refutation of the doctrine of annihilation (Boston, 1866; 2d ed., 1878); Sketches of the Missions of the A. B. C. F. M. (1872); Future Punishment (1875); From Egypt to Palestine through Sinai (New York, 1879), an account of a journey to explore the desert of the Exodus; Sources of History in the Pentateuch (1883); The Veracity of the Hexateuch (Chicago, 1897).

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