Master of Arts
William G. Shade
A lawyer by profession and a New School Calvinist by conviction, Theodore Frelinghuysen took upon himself the role of symbolic example and spokesman for the Protestant Christianizing strain which became a pervasive aspect of the new nation. The nature of his "evangelical perception" influenced the form and style of his social activity.
Dunlop, George S., "Theodore Frelinghuysen and the evangelical perception: a case study in the interrelationships of religion and politics" (1973). Theses and Dissertations. 4089.