By George Salmon / Hodges, Smith and Co. / 1859
This volume contains a sermon, “The Evidences of the Work of the Holy Spirit,” preached by George Salmon in St. Stephen’s Church, Dublin in 1859.
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George Salmon (1819–1904) was an Anglican theologian and mathematician. He graduated from Trinity College, Dublin in 1839. He became a fellow and professor of mathematics at Trinity College in 1841 at the age of 21. He was ordained in the Church of Ireland in 1845 and concurrently appointed to a professorship in theology at Trinity. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society and received the Copley Medal for his work in mathematics, but by 1889 he was exclusively devoted to theology. He spent his entire career at Trinity College and was provost from 1888 until his death in 1904. He wrote several mathematical and theological texts, including A Treatise on Conic Sections, Infallibility of the Church, and An Historical Introduction to the Study of the Books of the New Testament.