ISO Dabney's Defense of Virginia...

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moral necessity

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Anyone want to sell their copy of Dabney's A Defense of Virginia and the South, published by Sprinkle?
I was late in getting this before Sprinkle went out of business a little while ago...

Thanks and blessings...
 

NaphtaliPress

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I have a copy I likely got in the mid 1980s which has practically never been cracked open. So it is decent shape. What are you offering?
Anyone want to sell their copy of Dabney's A Defense of Virginia and the South, published by Sprinkle?
I was late in getting this before Sprinkle went out of business a little while ago...

Thanks and blessings...
 

Regi Addictissimus

Completely sold out to the King
Anyone want to sell their copy of Dabney's A Defense of Virginia and the South, published by Sprinkle?
I was late in getting this before Sprinkle went out of business a little while ago...

Thanks and blessings...
From my understanding, they said they were going to continue to sell their confederate and history books until the inventory was depleted. At least that is what they told me when I met with them to pick up the inventory.
 

W.C. Dean

Puritan Board Sophomore
From my understanding, they said they were going to continue to sell their confederate and history books until the inventory was depleted. At least that is what they told me when I met with them to pick up the inventory.
Sprinkle's website lists Rev. Dabney's Defense as out of stock.

Crossroads Country Store has an expansive library and numerous theological and historical books on the War. https://confederateshop.com/?s=Dabney&post_type=product (Does not include Defense)

If you're looking for other works from Southern Presbyterians, I highly recommend Crossroads or Reformation Heritage. I ordered Lessons from Sorrow, the collected writings of, and sermons of Benjamin M. Palmer from RHB and they're arriving today. Hard to find stuff from James Thornwell, I have noticed.


P.S.

Found Thornwell's The Church and Slavery from vol. IV of his Collected Writings from Crossroads. If you read Defense and the Church and Slavery you will probably have a good understanding of Reformed Southern perspective. Sorry for writing a lot, but Southern Presbyterians are some of my favorite theologians to study.
 
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