Portrait of Charles Hodge

Slavery, Racial Hierarchy, Charles Hodge, and Old School Presbyterianism

Charles Hodge was a Presbyterian theologian known for his orthodox Reformed theology, his leadership in Old School Presbyterianism, and for being a preeminent voice for Princeton theology. During my seminary studies and associated internship, Hodge was lifted up as an exemplary Christian figure within the Reformed tradition who stood strongly for theological conservatism in the … Continue reading Slavery, Racial Hierarchy, Charles Hodge, and Old School Presbyterianism