HODGE, Archibald Alexander Quotes
(1823-1886), American theologian
Calvinism is a term used to designate, not the opinions of an individual, but a mode of religious thought, or a system of religious doctrine, of which the person whose name it bears was an eminent expounder.
We must conform, to a certain extent, to the conventionalities of society, for they are the ripened results of a varied and long experience.
Faith must have adequate evidence, else it is mere superstition.
Inspiration secures the perfect infallibility of the Scriptures in every part, as a record of fact and doctrine, both in thought and verbal expression; so that, although they come to us through the instrumentality of the minds, hearts, imaginations, consciences, and wills of men, they are nevertheless in the strictest sense the Word of God.
No one truth is rightly held till it is clearly conceived and stated, and no single truth is adequately comprehended till it is viewed in harmonious relations to all the other truths of the system of which Christ is the centre.
He is wise who knows the sources of knowledge—who knows who has written and where it is to be found.