Pettingell, John Hancock

Pettingell, John Hancock a Congregational minister, was born in Manchester, Vermont, May 11, 1815; graduated from Yale College in 1837; was professor im the Deaf and Dumb Institute, New York, 1838-43; studied in Union Theological Seminary in 1841; was pastor, 1843-52; district secretary of the A.B.C.F.M., 1853-60; pastor, 1860-66; seamen's chaplain, in Antwerp, Belgium, 1866-72; and thereafter without a charge until his death, February 27, 1887. He was the author of Language: Its Nature and Functions (1876): — Homiletical Index (eod.): — The Theological

Trilemma (1878): — Platonism vs. Christianity (1881): — Bible Terminology (eod.): — Life Everlasting (1882): — The Unspeakable Gift (1884): — Views and Reviews (1887).

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