Samuel B. Wylie's Recantation of "Two Sons of Oil"?

jw

Administrator
I have read that Samuel B. Wylie recanted some of the positions taken in his previous work The Two Sons of Oil, but I am having difficulty finding where, exactly, he addressed this?

There is this, but I cannot find a copy online.

Sentiments of the Rev. Samuel B. Wylie, A.M., in 1803, respecting civil magistracy and the government of the United States : contrasted with sentiments of the Rev. Samuel B. Wylie, D.D. in 1832, on the same subject


Any direction?

Thank you.
 

RPEphesian

Puritan Board Junior
As I understand, he became a naturalized citizen of the US after implementation of the Constitution, which meant swearing to it. I'm sorry I don't have a resource.
 

NaphtaliPress

Administrator
Staff member
I have read that Samuel B. Wylie recanted some of the positions taken in his previous work The Two Sons of Oil, but I am having difficulty finding where, exactly, he addressed this?

There is this, but I cannot find a copy online.

Sentiments of the Rev. Samuel B. Wylie, A.M., in 1803, respecting civil magistracy and the government of the United States : contrasted with sentiments of the Rev. Samuel B. Wylie, D.D. in 1832, on the same subject


Any direction?

Thank you.
Josh, from our MW who sends his regards to you:
https://oll.libertyfund.org/title/caldwell-observations-on-the-two-sons-of-oil-lf-ed
 
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