HODGE, Charles Quotes
(1797-1878), American theologian
It is only when men associate with the wicked with the desire and purpose of doing them good, that they can rely upon the protection of God to preserve them from contamination.
The doctrines of grace humble man without degrading, and exalt without inflating him.
The best evidence that the Bible is the inspired word of God is to be found within its covers.—It proves itself.
In many things a comprehensive survey of a subject is the shortest way of getting at a precise knowledge of a particular division of it.
The value of a maxim depends on four things; its intrinsic excellence or the comparative correctness of the principle it embodies; the subject to which it relates; the extent of its application; and the comparative ease with which it may be applied in practice.
All moral obligation resolves itself into the obligation of conformity to the will of God.