Teaching and Preaching
33 Teaching and Preaching
- Charles Hodge
- Oxford University Press
Chapter thirty-three is a study of Hodge’s career as both a teacher and a preacher. Never anything but a solid preacher in the pulpit, Hodge excelled in the classroom. He also was renowned for the meditative and practical talks he offered the Seminary’s students in the Sabbath afternoon Conferences. He excelled in teaching settings where people knew him personally. His personal example of holiness was his single best sermon and teaching illustration.
Charles Hodge, Sabbath Afternoon Conferences, teaching, preaching, Systematic Theology, Didactic Theology Lectures, Archibald Alexander, Samuel Miller, James Boyce, student notes
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