Great Sermon but terrible audio Great topic covered here but the terribly garbled mono audio really makes it difficult to listen to. I hope Rev. Strange might consider giving the message again and re-record it with better audio.
Rev. Shawn C. Mathis (5/19/2008)
from Denver, Colorado
Great Sermon! I've got the other lectures up.
Hodge is a breath of fresh air in today's stifling theological climate. Go to books.google.com and find more works by Hodge and the old Princeton review (
The Biblical Repertory and Theological Review ).
Thomas M Sullivan (5/10/2008)
from Jenison, MI
Great Sermon! Thanks for uploading this again, with a little better sound quality. I was listening to this yesterday and was interested in the differences between Hodge and Thornwell, but couldn't hear the
lecture very well. Hodge is too little known in our day. I have a great respect for the earlier Princeton Theologians though I am a Reformed Baptist. I used to sit in the library of Calvin Seminary years ago and read the Princeton Review and found the articles so interesting. For example, his comments of Finney's new measures, or his review of Leonard Woods' Prize winning essay on Total Depravity. Please - if you have them - give us the lectures he did on Edwards and Machen as well!
Rev. Alan Strange, Associate Professor of Church History at Mid-America Reformed Seminary (MARS). Professor Strange is an associate pastor at New Covenant Community Church (OPC) in New Lenox, Illinois. He serves on the Committee on Christian Education and the Board of Trustees...