Epistle to the Ephesians, Charles Hodge, hard cover

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As an epistle posing a great number of doctrinal questions for every believer to discuss, Ephesians is a book turned to by Christians seeking insight on God’s intention for interpersonal relationships. With skill and careful exposition, Charles Hodge delves into the epistle’s practical instructions and doctrinal positions. Author Charles Hodge (1797-1878) unswervingly defended
a supernaturally inspired Bible and thereby placed his stamp upon what came to be called the ''early Princeton theology,'' which later had a powerful influence on the church. His other books include A COMMENTARY ON THE
EPISTLE TO THE ROMANS, COMMENTARY ON I AND II CORINTHIANS, and SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY.

Charles Hodge was born on December 28, 1797 in Philadelphia and died 80 years later in 1878.
After graduating from Princeton college he enrolled in Princeton seminary in 1816 and graduated with honors in 1819. During his years as a young seminarian, he found a father figure in the new seminary’s first professor, Archibald Alexander. So close was their friendship that Charles named his first son after his mentor. In 1822 he married Sarah Bache, the great grand daughter of Benjamin Franklin and together, they raised eight children. Sarah died in 1849 and Hodge remarried three years later. He retired in 1877 after more than 50 years of teaching and writing at Princeton and died the following year. He wrote three full commentaries on New Testament books, a three-volume Systematic Theology, and countless other works and articles during the course of his writing ministry. Furthermore, he trained more than 3000 seminarians during his 50 year teaching ministry. His influence extended well beyond Princeton’s classrooms. His views on politics, social issues of the day such as slavery and the Civil war, influenced thinking people in every sector of society and across the nation. His theological legacy at Princeton was passed to his son, A. A. Hodge, then to Benjamin Warfield, and finally J. Gresham Machen. However none of them had Hodge’s profound an influence on the issues of the day or those of generations yet to come.   404 pages, blue hard cover

 

Product Code: 1589603265

 

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