Protoprotestant is a fellow who — I think — once commented here and had some brush with the NAPARC world. He blogs at The Pilgrim Underground and The Pilgrim Path/Proto-Protestantism. 791 more words
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As a young man of 22, Charles Hodge, the great Princeton theologian, was extremely self-reflective about his spiritual affections. He intently searched his emotions and thoughts to gauge his spiritual state. 232 more words
Charles Hodge writes:
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“The Mediator between God and man must be sinless. Under the law the victim offered on the altar must be without blemish. Christ, who was to offer Himself unto God as a sacrifice for the sins of the world, must be Himself free from sin.
When Dorothy awoke in the Land of Oz, she experienced a world completely different from what she knew. In a similar way, if B. B. Warfield, Charles Hodge, and Gresham Machen were transported to 21st century Princeton, NJ, they wouldn’t recognize the place. 489 more words
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…