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Charles Hodge on Differing Schemes of Justification

Charles Hodge has an excellent (long, but excellent) Systematic Theology on Reformed Theology. One reason that it is excellent, is that he takes much of his book to examine the  1,002 more words


When Hopes of God's Mercy Are Swept Away

“It is easy for those who know nothing of the Divine holiness and justice, and who look upon sin as a misfortune or a trifle, to believe that God will not be severe to mark iniquity. 146 more words


Vocal With the Voice of Mercy

“Everything in this world is vocal with the voice of mercy. All joy and all sorrow are calls to return unto God with whom are the issues of life. 72 more words


Review: Princeton Seminary (1812-1929): Its Leaders' Lives and Works by Gary L. Steward

Gary Steward. Princeton Seminary (1812-1929): Its Leaders’ Lives and Works.
Phillipsburg, NJ: Crossway Books, 2014. 321 pp.

The legacy of Princeton Theological Seminary has been hotly debated over the years yet fascinatingly enough a revival of interests into the theology and professors of Old Princeton has been growing in light of the growth of Calvinistic expressions of the Christian faith.  1,098 more words



Charles Hodge:

“He is not to us a God afar off, with whom we have no immediate concern; but a God who is not far from any one of us, in whom we live, move, and have our being, who numbers the hairs of your head, and without whose notice a sparrow does not fall to the ground.”


The Pressing Duty of All

“Repentance, then, is the great, immediate, and pressing duty of all who hear the gospel. They are called upon to forsake their sins, and to return unto God through Jesus Christ. 142 more words


Difficult Situations

Psalm 25:17 – My problems go from bad to worse. Oh, save me from them all! (NLT)

Romans 15:13 – May the God of hope fill you with joy and peace as you trust in Him.  407 more words