The link below is to a short article on the legacy of Charles Hodge.
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“Foolish talking and jesting are not the ways in which Christian cheerfulness should express itself, but rather “giving of thanks” (Eph. 5:4). Religion is the source of joy and gladness, but it’s joy is expressed in a religious way, in thanksgiving and praise.” ~ Charles Hodge…
Those influences of the Spirit which believers now enjoy are both a foretaste of future blessedness – the same in kind though immeasurably less in degree – and a pledge of the certain enjoyment of that blessedness, just as the firstfruits were a part of the harvest and a guarantee of its ingathering. – Charles Hodge (1797-1878)
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Charles Hodge lived during an era of great crisis in the United States. Living for most of the nineteenth century, he would witness the abolition tumult of pre-war America, the bloody War Between the States, and the ongoing struggle of Reconstruction. 135 more words