Charles Hodge was one of the most influential theologians of the nineteenth century. During his time at Princeton Theological Seminary, Hodge instructed more than three thousand ministers, served as moderator of the Presbyterian General Assembly in 1846, helped revise the Presbyterian Church’s Book of Discipline, and served on the Board of Foreign Missions.
Right now you can get The Works of Charles Hodge (29 vols.) at 70% off the regular price on Community Pricing—possibly even more, depending on what everyone bids. This collection contains almost 14,000 pages, including over 4,000 pages of articles, essays, and tracts, a biography of Hodge, all his published works, and more.
In honor of this wonderful collection, we’ve put together 10 powerful quotes from Charles Hodge:
- “There is no form of conviction more intimate and irresistible than that which arises from the inward teaching of the Spirit.”
- “If the race fell in Adam, much more shall it be restored in Christ. If death reigned by one, much more shall grace reign by one.”
- “He is not to us a God afar off, with whom we have no immediate concern; but a God who is not far from any one of us, in whom we live, move, and have our being, who numbers the hairs of your head, and without whose notice a sparrow does not fall to the ground.”