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ISBN:
1147018405
Author:
CHARLES HODGE
Category:
Protestantism
Language:
English
Publisher:
Nabu Press (March 9, 2010)
Pages:
666 pages
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Hodges' Systematic Theology is a masterpiece. This is a bound index for Charles Hodge's Systematic Theology, not the actual book

Hodges' Systematic Theology is a masterpiece. But I don't have any Latin and used it in seminary. This is a bound index for Charles Hodge's Systematic Theology, not the actual book.

Systematic theology : an introduction to biblical doctrine, Wayne Grudem. cm. Includes index Syste. Christian Theology to Zionism, this volume of historical and systematic theology offers a wealth. Systematic Theology, An Introduction to Biblical Doctrine. 39 MB·3,321 Downloads·New!. Systematic Theology Systematic Theology. Historical theology : an introduction to Christian doctrine : a companion to Wayne Grudem's Systematic theology. 97 MB·2,702 Downloads·New!

Systematic Theology book. Charles Hodge is the highpoint of American theology.

Systematic Theology book. The magnum opus of one of America's most prominent theologians. Thornwell was the more brilliant orator and Palmer the greater preacher, but Hodge was the teacher and systematician.

Hodge's 3-volume Systematic Theology Charles Hodge counts as one of the most influential theologians of the nineteenth century and one of Calvinism’s most ardent defenders in America.

Hodge's 3-volume Systematic Theology. All of Hodge's published books, including The Way of Life, What Is Darwinism?, The Church and Its Polity, and more. Digital transcriptions of Hodge's European journals as well as five sermons on Romans from hand-written manuscripts. A biography of Charles Hodge written by his son, A. A. Hodge. Charles Hodge counts as one of the most influential theologians of the nineteenth century and one of Calvinism’s most ardent defenders in America.

His last book, What is Darwinism? appeared in 1874.

Hodge, circa 1850–60. His magnum opus is the Systematic Theology (1871–1873), of 3 volumes and extending to 2,260 pages. His last book, What is Darwinism? appeared in 1874.

by. Hodge, Charles, 1797-1878. Vol. 3 imprint slightly different. SCC (copy 1) belonged to Charles Hodge, then Archibald Alexander Hodge, and later Caspar Wistar Hodge, Jr. Notes. some+ripped+pages%2C+resulting+in+difficulty+reading+some+words.

Index, Том 2. This is certainly a nice work of systematic theology. However, it would have been nice if the Latin portions were translated to English. Other than that, stellar!

Systematic Theology, 3 Volumes. The magnum opus of one of America's most prominent theologians offers an in-depth exploration of theology, anthropology, soteriology, and eschatology.

Systematic Theology, 3 Volumes. This monumental work, now a standard for theological students, was written while Hodge served as a professor at Princeton, where he permanently influenced American Christianity as a teacher, preacher, and exegete. Includes a comprehensive index. Three hardcovers, from Hendrickson.

The magnum opus of one of America's most prominent theologians offers an in-depth exploration of theology, anthropology, soteriology, and eschatology. Once upon a time Princeton University had a very fine theological seminary. If wanted to study theology that was consistent Orthodox Presbyterian theology, consistent what was taught by the Puritans and the Westminster Confession of Faith. Hodges Systematic Theology is consistent with what Princeton University was then and no longer.

This is an EXACT reproduction of a book published before 1923. This IS NOT an OCR'd book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book.
  • Androrim
In an age filled with "theologians" who have little interest in or knowledge of God, His attributes and His acts, Hodge is a must read. Though he does have his share of quirks (for example, his odd view of the salvation of infants who die), yet his Biblical insights, along with his piercing logic, will make any Christian reader a better theologian. There are so many gems of theological exposition in this work that it would be impossible to list all of them, but I would urge every reader not to miss these--the inspiration of Scripture, the attributes of God, the Person of Christ, the nature of justification by faith alone, the nature of sanctification, the meaning of the Ten Commandments, and of course, though they are often scoffed at in our age, the proofs for the existence of God (Chapter II, Theism).
Though there remain a few quite minor formatting flaws in this edition, the editor completed a daunting task to make this complex work conveniently available for Kindle, and at a wonderful price.
Many, many thanks!
  • JoJolar
In my opinion, there's no doubt that Charles Hodge was a great theologian. His work at Princeton did much to preserve the blood redemption of the Cross of Christ for the Church in the US in the mid 19th Century.
I think Hodge spent too much time talking about the viewpoints he didn't believe in which take up too much space in this work.
I once worked for a supervisor of whom was said "ask him what time it is, and he'll tell you how to build a watch". If you asked Hodge how to be saved, he may give you a 60+ page dissertation on the meaning of the word faith (he does in this work). At times I think he's too wordy.
Another thing that caught me off guard is all the Latin in this book. It's in important places, too. He may refer to the work of a by gone Biblical scholar to make a point, but the quote is in Latin. I'm sure if I would have been in his classes at Princeton, I'd have known Latin. I'm not going to learn it now.
In my opinion if you want a great Systematic Theology, get Dr. Lewis Sperry Chafer's. There's none that can top it. Dr. Chafer does quote Hodge several times in his work.
I think Hodge's work is an important part of my library.
  • Damand
Just got this and was hard to put down. Just some really rich reformed theology. Hodge writes very clearly, even by todays modern language. I will say that the Amazon main listing shows a 1981 printing. I received a 2016 printing by Hendrickson; Green, hardbound and printed in USA. This is a review of the 3 volume Set and in this 2016 edition.Also, the Latin that Hodge used has been retained, but no translation. Highly recommend.
  • Sagda
While it can be a bit thick at times this book is an excellent explanation of orthodox Christian values and provides clear Scriptural, philosophical, and theological reasons for the views held in this book. Hodge's clear outline enables you to follow his argument easily, and he writes in a manner that is both encouraging and convicting.
  • Frei
Hodges' Systematic Theology is a masterpiece. His most frustrating characteristic is making an important point by quoting Latin. But I don't have any Latin and used it in seminary. I continue to use it today.
Now as to Kindle editions. Don't buy this one. For a systematic theology to be helpful, it has to have a Linked Table of Contents. The three separate $0.99 editions (Volumes 1, 2, and 3) do not. For $1.99 you can get "Systematic Theology (With Active Table of Contents) [Kindle Edition]" which is a working electronic edition in one combined volume.
  • Xal
Even without a table of contents, this is worth the time reading through it and studying its contents. I would suggest as you initially read through this volume you develop a computer spreadsheet so that after your initial read-through you can refer to your spreadsheet to locate sections when you want to re-read on a particular subject. The same comment applies to Volumes 2 and 3.
  • Landarn
Even without a table of contents, this is worth the time reading through it and studying its contents. I would suggest as you initially read through this volume you develop a computer spreadsheet so that after your initial read-through you can refer to your spreadsheet to locate sections when you want to re-read on a particular subject. The same comment applies to Volumes 1 and 2.
Hodge does a great job, I recommend this set of books to everyone looking to study Theology, I don't think you will find anyone better. He is easy to understand and true to the scriptures. get this set you will not be disappointed.