The Pope of Presbyterianism
The Prologue argues for the importance of Charles Hodge in nineteenth-century American Protestantism through his publications (including forty years as the editor of the Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review) and his fifty-six year career as a professor at Princeton Theological Seminary. It is impossible to fully understand the current shape of American Presbyterianism, American Calvinism, and much of twentieth-century Protestant Fundamentalism without carefully studying the theological influence of Charles Hodge.
Keywords: Charles Hodge, American Presbyterianism, American Calvinism, American Protestant Fundamentalism, nineteenth-century Protestantism, Princeton Theological Seminary, Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review
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