Joseph Bellamy

Joseph Bellamy (20 February 1719 – 6 March 1790) was an American Congregationalist pastor and a leading preacher, author, educator and theologian in New England in the second half of the 18th century. He was a disciple of Jonathan Edwards, and along with Samuel Hopkins, Timothy Dwight IV, Nathaniel William Taylor, and Jonathan Edward Jr., one of the "Architects of the New Divinity", a branch of the New Light movement that came out of the Great Awakening. A proponent of education for both clergy and laity, for a half century out of his rural Bethlehem, Connecticut church he trained fifty ministers, and founded what was possibly the first American Sabbath or Sunday school. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Bellamy, Joseph
Published 1787
Printed at Boston, in New England, 1758. And re-printed at Northampton, in Old England, by and for Thomas Dicey and Co. -

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by Bellamy, Joseph
Published 1783
Printed at Boston, in New England, 1758. And re-printed at Northampton, in Old England, by Thomas Dicey and Co. - 1783. And sold by J. Buckland, and T. Sockett, London