The New Philosophy Vol 66 No 4, October-December 1963
Miss Beckman commenced her studies in the Theological School on Monday, September 13, 1899. The lessons were then given in the building subsequently used as The Inn. She took only one term in the School, but before she left, she made her first contribution to the pages of New Church Life (Jan. 1900). It was a long review of Swedenborg’s newly translated work on Tremulation. The review was illuminating, not only as to the teachings of the work itself, but as to the significance of those teachings in preparing Swedenborg for his work as Revelator.
Introduction: The Assumptions on Which Swedenborg Based All His Thinking