Pond, Enoch, Dd
Pond, Enoch, D.D.
a noted Congregational minister and writer, was born at Wrentham, Mass., July 29, 1791, and was educated at Brown University, where he graduated in 1813. He then decided to enter the ministry, and began a course in theology with the celebrated Dr. Emmons. In June, 1814, young Pond was licensed to preach, and in the spring of the following year was ordained pastor of the Congregational Church at Auburn, Mass. He left this charge in 1828 to become the conductor of the Spirit of the Pilgrims, a monthly publication in Boston. He was made professor of theology in the theological seminary at Bangor in September, 1832, and continued in that responsible position until 1856, when he became president, and changed to the professorship of ecclesiastical history, and lectured on pastoral duties. He died Jan. 21,1882. Dr. Pond published reviews of Judson on Baptism: — Monthly Concert Lectures (1824): — Memoir of President Davies (1827): Memoir of Susaunna Anthony (1827): — Memoir of Count Zinzendorf (1839): — Memoir of John Wicklise (1841): -Morning of the Reformation (1842, 12mo): — _No Fellowship with Romanism (1843): — The Young Pastor's Guide (Portland, 1844, 12mo): — The Mather Family (1844, 12mo): — The World's Salvation (1845): — Pope and Pagan, or Middleton's Celebrated Letters (Portland, 1846, 18mo), SEE MIDDLETON, CONYERS: — Swedenborgianism Reviewed (new ed. 1846): — Swedenborgianism Examined (N. Y. 1861, 16mo): — Plato, his Life, Works, Opinions, and Influence (1846): — Review of Bushnell's God in Christ (1849): — The Ancient Church (1851):Memoir of John Knox (1856): — Bangor Lectures on Pastoral Theology (Andover, 1863, 12mo): — Lectures on Christian Theology (Boston, 1868, 8vo): — Lectures on Pastoral Theology (N. Y. 187-): — also separate Sermons, and articles in the Bibl. Sacra, Bibl. Repos., Lit. and Theolog. Rev., Lord's
Lit. and Theolog. Rev., New-Englander, and more than a dozen other periodicals.