Winslow, Hubbard, Dd
Winslow, Hubbard, D.D.
a Presbyterian divine, brother of Drs. Gordon and Myron, was born at Williston; Vt., Oct. 30, 1799. He prepared for college at Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass.; graduated at Yale College in 1825; studied theology at New Haven; preached at Litchfield, Conn., in 1827-28; was pastor of the First Congregational Church at Dover. N. H., from 1828 to 1831, and of the Bowdoin Street Church, Boston, from 1832 to 1844; traveled in Europe; was principal of the Mount Vernon Institute for Young Ladies, Boston, from 1844 to 1853; visited the educational institutions of Europe in 1853; edited for a time the Religious Magazine, besides contributing to various other periodicals; gained considerable repute as a polemical theologian; was much employed as a platform lecturer on various topics; preached to the First Presbyterian Church at Geneva, N.Y., from 1857 to 1859; became pastor of the Fiftieth Street Presbyterian Church, New York city, in 1861l; and died at Williston, Vt., Aug. 13, 1864. He published, Controversial Theology (1832) --Discourses on the Nature, Evidence, and Moral Value of the Doctrine of the Trinity (1831): - Christianity Applied to our Social and Civil Duties (1835):Young Man's Aid to Knowledge (1836): — Are You a Christian? an Aid to Self-examination (1836): — Mental Cultivation (1839): — Design and Mode of Baptism (1842): — The Christian Doctrines (1844): — Elements of Intellectual Philosophy (1851): — Elements of Moral Philosophy, Analytical, Synthetical (1856): — and other works.