Charles Hodge (1797-1878)

Biography (Wikipedia)

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Charles Hodge is buried at Princeton Cemetery, Princeton, New Jersey (photo credit: R. Andrew Myers).

Charles Hodge is buried at Princeton Cemetery, Princeton, New Jersey (photo credit: R. Andrew Myers).

Notes From Lectures by Archibald Alexander on Systematic Theology (1818)

A Dissertation on the Importance of Biblical Literature (1822)

A Collection of Tracts in Biblical Literature (1825)

Introductory Lecture Delivered in the Theological Seminary, Princeton, N.J., Nov. 7, 1828 (1829)

Professor Stuart’s Postscript to His Letter to the Editors of the Biblical Repertory (1830)

Review of Cox’s Sermon on Regeneration, and the Manner of Its Occurrence (1830)

Review of Sprague’s Lectures for Young People (1831)

On the Necessity of a Knowledge of the Original Languages of the Scriptures (1832)

On the Nature of the Atonement (1832)

The Place of the Bible in a System of Education: A Sermon…Preached…May 21, 1832 (1833, 1834)

Suggestions to Theological Students, on Some of Those Traits of Character, Which the Spirit of the Age Renders Peculiarly Important in the Ministers of the Gospel (1833)

The Act and Testimony (1834)

Slavery (1836)

Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans (1836, 1873)

The Constitutional History of the Presbyterian Church, Part 1 (1839)

The Constitutional History of the Presbyterian Church, Part 2 (1840)

The Way of Life (1841)

The Theological Opinions of President Davies (1842)

Essay on Abolitionism (1844)

A Brief Account of the Last Hours of Albert B. Dod (1845)

Essays in the Presbyterian by Theophilus on the Question: Is Baptism in the Church of Rome Valid? (1846)

Questions on the Epistle to the Romans: Designed for Bible Classes and Sunday Schools (1846)

The Orthodox Doctrine Regarding the Extent of the Atonement Vindicated (1846)

Review of “The Mystical Presence” (1848)

The Teaching Office of the Church (1848, 1882)

Memoir of Archibald Alexander (1855)

What is Presbyterianism? (1855)

A Commentary on the Epistle to the Ephesians (1856)

An Exposition of the First Epistle to the Corinthians (1857, 1874)

Questions Adapted to Dr. Hodge's Exposition of the First Epistle to the Corinthians (1857)

Essays and Reviews: Selections From the Princeton Review (1857)

Sermons Preached Before the Congregation of the Presbyterian Church, Corner of Fifth Avenue and Nineteenth Street, at the 'Memorial Services' October 9, 1859, Appointed in Reference to the Death of Their Late Pastor, James Waddel Alexander, D.D. (1859)

An Exposition of the Second Epistle to the Corinthians (1860)

Memorial of Cortlandt Van Rensselaer (1860)

The Fugitive Slave Law (1860, 1969)

The Bible Argument on Slavery (1860, 1969)

The State of the Country (1861)

Funeral Sermon for Jacob Jones Janeway (1861)

England and America (1862)

Principles of Church Union, and the Reunion of the Old and New-School Presbyterians (1865)

President Lincoln (1865)

Systematic Theology: A Series of Questions Upon the Lectures Delivered to the Students in Princeton Theological Seminary, By the Rev. Charles Hodge, D.D. (1865)

The Reunion of the Old and New-School Presbyterian Churches (1867)

Presbyterian Reunion (1868)

The Protest and Answer (1868)

The New Basis of Union (1869)

Letter to Pope Pius IX (1869)

Systematic Theology, Volume 1 (1872)

Systematic Theology, Volume 2 (1872)

Systematic Theology, Volume 3 (1873)

A Solemn Question! Can the Protestants Conscientiously Build Up the Churches of the Pope? (1873)

What is Darwinism? (1874)

Princeton Theological Seminary: A Discourse Delivered at the Re-Opening of the Chapel, September 27, 1874 (1874)

Discussions in Church Polity (1878)

Princeton Sermons: Outlines of Discourses, Doctrinal and Practical (1879)

Conference Papers (1879)

Prayer at the 1878 Funeral of Joseph Henry (1880)


This letter was signed by Moderators of the General Assembly Presbyterian Church M.W. Jacobus and P.H. Fowler, but was authored by Charles Hodge.

This letter was signed by Moderators of the General Assembly Presbyterian Church M.W. Jacobus and P.H. Fowler, but was authored by Charles Hodge.