ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The author expresses his sincere gratitude to the many people whose selfless assistance made this book a reality. First of all, sincere thanks are due to Dr. William Anthony Hay, my dissertation advisor, who was my “Ebenezer” by guiding me through the elaborate dissertation process. Additional thanks are also due to the other members of my committee, namely Dr. Alan I. Marcus, Dr. Peter C. Messer, and Dr. Richard Damms, for the invaluable aid and direction they provided. I would also like to thank other distinguished professors namely, Dr. James E. Bradley, Dr. Nancy L. Rhoden, and Dr. Robert G. Ingram for their interest and advice. I also express my appreciation to the Board and Faculty of Reformed Theological Seminary for their support and encouragement. Their approval of my sabbatical and subsequent research in London provided the necessary foundation for the dissertation. I further wish to recognize Dr. Allen Curry, former Dean of the Faculty of Reformed Theological Seminary for his initial encouragement to begin doctoral studies. I cannot express enough gratitude to the library staff of Reformed Theological Seminary namely, Rev. John McCarty, John Crabb and David Ponter for their invaluable assistance. In addition, I wish to thank Professor Philip H. Eveson for allowing me to stay at the London Theological Seminary and Dr. David L. Wykes for the privilege of doing research at the Centre for Dissenting Studies at the University of London. I express my deepest appreciation to my wife Linda Elliott and my mother Kathryn...
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