Some Praise for Charles Hodge

Mark Noll writes in the foreword:

The debate on the proper understanding of the Lord’s Supper that Nevin carried on with his former teacher, Charles Hodge of Princeton Theological Seminary, is one example of high-level theological reasoning on both sides. If, in my opinion, Nevin was the clear winner in that debate, Hodge did much better in some of his other engagements, as on Christianity as a way of life, on the meaning of baptism as an ecumenical Christian rite, or on the necessity of an Augustinian view of human nature.

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About Uri Brito

I am the Pastor of Providence Church (CREC) in Pensacola, Fl.
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