"Charles Hodge Revisited: A Critical Appraisal of His Life and Work" by John W. Stewart and James H. Moorhead, eds

Wednesday, 30 May 2007

At the beginning of his essay on Charles Hodge's view of spirituality, Mark Noll writes, "This paper is a sympathetic account of a failure." In many ways, Charles Hodge Revisited reads like the academy's sympathetic account of what they deem to be a failure-the maintenance and defense of Old School Calvinism in nineteenth-century America. And yet this book may be the first step toward a recovery of Charles Hodge as an important public intellectual set in the context of his times. This collection of essays, from the 1997 conference co-sponsored by Princeton ...

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