Outlines of theology
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STUDIA IN\Presented toTHE LIBRARYof,VICTORIA UNIVERSITYTorontobyFrom the of the latelibraryRev Dr. G.Very George PidgeonTHEOLOGY.OFOUTLINESOUTLINESTHEOLOGY.THE REV. A. A. HODGE.EDITED BY WILLIAM H. GOOLD, D.D.,PROFESSOR OF BIBLICAL LITERATURB AND CHURCH EDINBURGH.HISTORY,\(LONDON:T. NELSON AND SONS, PATERNOSTER ROWEDINBURGH AND NEW; YORK.1877.STORto (gbitmit.DriftsljLITTLE more is needed to commend this volume to theattention of the Christian than the fact that it haspublicbeen the son of Dr. of Princeton,by Hodgepreparedtoone of the ablest of inwho,living theologians, regardofand a rare anderudition,ability, elegance precisionhas achieved astyle, reputation confessedly preeminentwriters of or America.eitheramong theological EuropeThe son to whom we the A. A. is oneRev.refer, Hodge,of the in another Americanprofessors theological collegein The circumstance is a voucher for theAlleghany."care and with which this oflearning syllabus theologicalas it to has beenstudy," be,professes prepared.Our attention was drawn to it when in of somequestmanual of The oldgood systematic theology. compen-divines of the anddiums, Continent,preparedby publishedafter the areshortly Reformation, valuable,exceedinglybut will not serve thepresent exigency. Theologicalscience has been and extended in direcperfected manytions since those times. New errors have up,spilingvi PliKFACE TO BRITISH EDITION.which to be confronted and ...

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STUDIA IN\ Presented to THE LIBRARY of , VICTORIA UNIVERSITY Toronto by From the of the latelibrary Rev Dr. G.Very George Pidgeon THEOLOGY.OFOUTLINES OUTLINES THEOLOGY. THE REV. A. A. HODGE. EDITED BY WILLIAM H. GOOLD, D.D., PROFESSOR OF BIBLICAL LITERATURB AND CHURCH EDINBURGH.HISTORY, \( LONDON: T. NELSON AND SONS, PATERNOSTER ROW EDINBURGH AND NEW ; YORK. 1877. STOR to (gbitmit. Driftslj LITTLE more is needed to commend this volume to the attention of the Christian than the fact that it has public been the son of Dr. of Princeton,by Hodgeprepared toone of the ablest of inwho,living theologians, regard ofand a rare anderudition,ability, elegance precision has achieved astyle, reputation confessedly preeminent writers of or America.eitheramong theological Europe The son to whom we the A. A. is oneRev.refer, Hodge, of the in another American professors theological college in The circumstance is a voucher for theAlleghany. " care and with which this of learning syllabus theological as it to has been study," be,professes prepared. Our attention was drawn to it when in of some quest manual of The oldgood systematic theology. compen- divines of the anddiums, Continent,preparedby published after the areshortly Reformation, valuable,exceedingly but will not serve the present exigency. Theological science has been and extended in direc perfected many tions since those times. New errors have up,spiling vi PliKFACE TO BRITISH EDITION. which to be confronted and refuted. Suffice itrequire to that as the result of some and say, inquiry comparison, we have seen no which at allcompendium approaches the one now offered to British students of in theology, in and in the wisdom and skillsoundness, learning, with which the relative of the various docimportance trines in the is and tosystem recognised, space given them To ministers and for a sucstudents,accordingly. and statement of the discussionscinct yet comprehensive it willdoctrines, invaluable,affecting particular prove a in the toinvaluable asindeed,doubly guide attempt and as a to the rememmaster these discussions, help involved inbrance of thesubsequently leading points them. in ourOf in so wide a somecourse, field, topics might, and somehave admitted of a fuller treatment,judgment, duehave received on the thebut, whole,less, promight tois well sustained. Nor can we be expectedportion inindorse view that be embracedmayevery particular the volume. We are that the morehowever,convinced, is studied the more will its value beit appreciated. w. H. a.