The Biblical repertory.
Biblical repertory and theological review
[Philadelphia, Pa. : Russell & Martien], 1833-1838.
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This publication is best remembered as having developed what is known as the "Princeton theology," mainly through the efforts of its great editor, Charles Hodge. This publication was a distinctly professional quarterly for the clergy and as Hodge was a follower of Archibald Alexander, it related purely Calvinistic thought. Because of this publication's stand, it was strongly opposed by Bibliotheca Sacra, then published at Andover, New Jersey. This controversy between the two schools of thought raged for over forty years, until Hodge retired his editorship in 1871. From 1871 until it merged with Political Science Quarterly in 1888, it was less theological in nature, which probably accounts for its decline. Although Hodge was the largest contributor, articles by James W. Alexander, Joseph Addison, Samuel Tyler, J.W. Youmans, and William H. Green appeared.In addition, Charles D. Warner, James McCosh, and Woodrow Wilson contributed to the final volumes.
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