The WRS Journal — Volume 4 Issue 2 — August 1997
“Hodge and Princeton: A Bicentennial Reminder of Our Roots”

Editor’s Notes
“A Passion for Purity“ by Leonard W. Pine

“The Princeton Legacy“ by Christopher Lensch, Assistant Professor of Old Testament

“A Short Biography of Charles Hodge [excerpt]“ by Dr. Robert Anderson, Pastor, Tacoma Bible Presbyterian Church, Tacoma, WA; WRS Board Member
“Impressions and Implications from American Presbyterian History, Part 2“ by Dr. Victor Hall, Pastor of Outreach, Bible Presbyterian Church, Charlotte, NC

“Charles Hodge, Inspiration, Textual Criticism, and the Princeton Doctrine of Scripture“ by Dr. John Battle

“The Goal of the Church“ by Rev. Leonard Pine, Assistant Professor of Practical Theology

Hank Hanegraaff, Counterfeit Revival, reviewed by John Battle
David B. Calhoun, Princeton Seminary, Volume 1: Faith and Learning, 1812-1868, reviewed by Chris Lensch
David B. Calhoun, Princeton Seminary, Volume 2: The Majestic Testimony, 1869-1929, reviewed by John Battle
Recommended Additional Reading on Hodge, Princeton, and American Presbyterianism

The original journal pages for this issue of the WRS Journal are not available in electronic format; for a hard copy, please contact the Editor.