Rutgers College and the American Revolution

Rutgers College and the American Revolution: Religious Study

 

Rutgers and the American Revolution: Religious Study

The rest of Nicholas LansinghOpens in a new window's letters to John predominantly center on John's possible decision to follow the study of "divinity" and about the possibility of John taking a position with the Corporation as tutor. In his letters he speaks about his own perspective of religionOpens in a new window and offers religious adviceOpens in a new window. The letters regarding the possible employment of John show that John had not immediately responded to the corporationOpens in a new window and some of the reasons may be deduced from other letters written to John.

Jacob HardenberghOpens in a new window talks about Bogart's illnessOpens in a new window and how it might affect his choice in deciding to tutor or pursue religious studies. ohn TaylorOpens in a new window, on the other hand firsts asks John to stay on at New BrunswickOpens in a new window to tutor, but then later seems to be persuading John to considerOpens in a new window the Corporation's offer.