A Discourse in Memory of Archibald Alexander Hodge: The Seminary, in the Theological (Classic Reprint)

A Discourse in Memory of Archibald Alexander Hodge: The Seminary, in the Theological (Classic Reprint)


Dr. Hodge sconfidence, that I loved him dearly, and that during the short period of my acquaintance with him I had come to know him well. It has occurred to me more than once since the preparation of this Discourse was undertaken, that some one who had known him longer and whose record of memories reaches back to the years of a common boyhood would have done ampler justice to this occasion. For, when a great man dies, there is a natural, and surely a pardonable, curiosity on the part of all to know something of his early life. We love to study his history in the light of the facts that made up the totality of his career, and to read in stories of his childhood the promise of a ereatness attained in later years.
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