Item description for Outlines of Theology: by A. A. Hodge...
Overview A. A. Hodge (1823-1886), son of Charles Hodge, first issued this, his best known work, in 1860 following three years' missionary work in India and eleven in American pastorates.
Publishers Description A. A. Hodge (1823-1886), son of Charles Hodge, first issued this, his best known work, in 1860, following three years' missionary work in India and eleven in American pastorates.
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Studio: Banner of Truth
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.8" Width: 5.82" Height: 1.82" Weight: 2.19 lbs.
Binding Library Binding
Release Date Dec 1, 1996
Publisher Banner of Truth
ISBN 0851511600 ISBN13 9780851511603
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A must-have for any theological library Jun 14, 2000
This is THE definitive book on Reformed Presbyterian theology. Hodge is strong not only in what he explains, but also how he explains it. Each section is divided into questions, as if someone was interviewing Hodge. He then answers each question in a very logical, ordered manner, giving the reader a very clear perception of each particular concept. Hodge leaves nothing uncovered, but rather touches on a very wide spectrum of Reformed theology, and every time his argument is succinct and backed with scripture. Everyone interested in theology, clergy or lay-person, should read this book to gain a deeper understanding of what the Reformed persuasion believes and why.
Outstanding!!!! Oct 26, 1998
This book is a must for any Christian library, A. A. Hodge lays out in wonderful and understandable form a systematic thinking toward God. Each chapter broke down into understandable and easy to comprehend form. From chapter 1 "Christian theology; its several branches; and their relation to other departments of human knowledge." To chapter 43 "the Lord's supper" Mr. Hodge brings theology to life. A must in my opinion for any pastor, teacher or individual who wants to further their knowledge of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost. The explanation of Angels and the rise and fall of Satan are well explained.