Chapter Eighteen recounts Hodge’s time studying theology in Halle, Germany. While there, he begins a lifelong friendship with August Tholuck, and solidifies his own theological commitment to the Reformation tradition he was taught at Princeton. While at Halle, he tours much of the surrounding towns before he sets off for Berlin via Wittenberg.
Keywords: August Tholuck, Charles Hodge, Wittenberg, Luther, Berlin, Awakening, Edward Robinson, Sarah Hodge, Mercersberg Theology, John Williamson Nevin, George Müller, Wilhelm Gesenius, Julius Wegscheider, rationalism, neology, Archibald Alexander
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