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Who writes the “39 Alexander Hall” section?
It’s a mystery.
Ooookay. What is the significance of “39 Alexander Hall”? I know that’s a building on the campus of Princeton but have no idea what the significance of 39 is.
I guess that it’s it’s an allusion, via the family name, to Archibald Alexander, the first prof at PTS. I’ll ask what 39 signifies.
It was Machen’s room number.
Whoever s/he is, s/he should note that it is Eglinton, not Eglington, passim.
Re: Why Should Santa Have All the Good Hymns?
As a native New Englander I can attest to the hardness of the soil and the dearth of solid reformed churches. However for anyone traveling to Rhode Island: one of only two RPCNA churches in New England is just 6 miles from First Baptist in Providence (Christ RPC).
I realize this is beside the point of the essay.