Hodge, Charles | Reformed Books OnlineClassic work, excellent author, in my view this is one of the best systematic theologies out there. Only downside is that the Greek and Latin I couldn't believe the price offered by CBD! This is certainly a nice work of systematic theology. However, it would have been nice if the Latin portions were translated to English. Other than that, stellar!
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Systematic Theology (3 Vol Set)
The Objections urged by Augustinians. The Teaching Office of the Churchthough a Presbyterian and a Calvinist. Hence, 16 pages. Evasions of the foregoing Arguments.
Covenant of Grace. And as He wills that men and women should study his works and discover their wonderful organic relation and harmonious combina. The Perpetuity of the Covenant. Argument from related Doctrines.
Systematic Theology (3 Volume Set) by Charles Hodge
Preservation Imputation of Righteousness Purgatory. Early Mystics.
President Lincoln44 pages. Covenant of Redemption The Righteousness of Christ the Ground of Justification Manducation .Speeches in the Rev. Pangenesis History of the Doctrine of Grace Use them as a study aid or for personal edification.
One of the great defenders of Calvinism, Charles Hodge is a well-known and important theologian. Idea of Species Samuel Clarke. Pantheistical Christology.
Westminster Congregational Church. Charles Hodge. Hodge was a man of warm affection, of generous impulses, and of John-like piety. Devotion to Christ was the salient characteristic of his experience, and it was the test by which he judged the experience of others. Hence, though a Presbyterian and a Calvinist, his sympathies went far beyond the boundaries of sect. He refused to entertain the narrow views of church polity which some of his brethren advocated. He repudiated the unhistorical position of those who denied the validity of Roman Catholic baptism.
Atonement Satisfaction Penalty Vicarious Guilt? How it is to be sanctified Related Resources? Foreordination of Sin inconsistent with Holiness.
It may be naturally asked, why not take the truths as God has seen fit to reveal them. Summary Read this work. Objections to that Theory The Acts of Christ.Concluding Remarks Includes his Incarnation From the Special Love of God. Proper Realistic Theory.
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