Archibald Alexander (1772-1851), Presbyterian minister, professor and educator. He was the founder and first principal of Princeton Theological Seminary where he served from 1812 to 1851. As a professor of theology, he is considered to be the first of the great "Princeton theologians".
Written while Alexander was in his seventies, the five letters in this booklet were to those who had reached the "Autumn of Life." Originally published as an Appendix to "Thoughts on Religious Experience."