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Archibald Alexander Hodge
b. July 18, 1823 – d. November 12, 1886 • Presbyterian • Teacher • Theologian
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Hodge, Archibald Alexander
Hodge, Archibald Alexander (1823–1886)Successor to his father, Charles Hodge, in the chair of didactic and polemic theology at Princeton Seminary. Hodge coauthored with B. B. Warfield the article “Inspiration” (published in Presbyterian Review, April 1881) which crystallized the conservative Presbyterian
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Hodge, Archibald Alexander
Hodge, Archibald Alexander (1823–86). Presbyterian pastor, Reformed theologian, and influential teacher. The eldest son of Charles ⇒Hodge, he was born in Princeton, New Jersey. He studied in Princeton, where he was a faithful follower of his father and an exponent of his ideas. After three years of service
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Hodge, Archibald Alexander
Hodge, Archibald Alexander (1820–1886). A Presbyterian theologian and son of Princeton Seminary president Charles *Hodge, A. A. Hodge was an advocate for classic *Calvinism at Western Seminary in Allegheny (now Pittsburgh Theological Seminary) before joining the Princeton Seminary faculty in 1877. At
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Hodge, Archibald Alexander
Hodge, Archibald Alexander (1823–1886)Presbyterian theologian and teacherSon of Charles Hodge, Archibald Hodge was educated at the College of New Jersey (later Princeton University) and trained for the ministry at Princeton Theological Seminary. Ordained in 1847, he spent the following three years