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CHARLES HODGE, D.D.,
PROFESSOR IN THE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY.
The Messrs. CHARLES SCRIBNER AND Co., of New York, have made an arrangement with the Messrs. THOMAS Nelson AND Sons for the publication of this work in Great Britain. This has been done with the cordial approbation of the author, who feels under obligation to the Messrs. Nelson for the liberal terms on which they have undertaken the publication. The author also desires to acknowledge his indebtedness to his accomplished young friend, Mr. Caspar René Gregory, licentiate of the Presbytery of Philadelphia, for his assistance in carrying the work through the press.
PRINCETOS, June 2, 1871
Its General Character. — Generic Humanity. – Objections to Real-
ism. — From Consciousness. — Contrary to Scriptures. — Incon-
sistent with Doctrine of the Trinity, and of the Person of Christ
§ 4. Another Form of the Realistic Theory