Chapter Two explores the Presbyterian heritage of the Hodges. The Hodges were linked to George Whitefield’s American revival activity, as well as in the forming of Philadelphia’s Second Presbyterian Church. Benjamin Franklin was even impressed by Whitefield’s oratorical ability. The Hodges were New Side in their Presbyterian affiliations and helped bring Gilbert Tennent to Philadelphia to be their Church’s pastor.
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