Re: "charismatic" theologies and science

From: Michael Roberts (
Date: Sun Sep 01 2002 - 17:15:13 EDT

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    Let's be clear. Charles Hodge in his Systematic Theology (c1870)makes it
    clear that he holds firmly to an old earth and in What is Darwinism (1874)
    is prepared to accept that evolution could have happened and that there is
    no theological objection to this though there is to evolution by natural

    AA Hodge in the 1880s argued for theisitic evolution as did Warfield up to
    his death in 1921.
    As Rich Blinne made it clear that the PCA insists on a six day creation then
    they would regard these Princeton theologians as very dodgy - either
    apostate or on theway or even wooly liberals like bishop spong. Due to their
    compromising with the evolutionary geological timescale their orthodoxy is
    clearly under question as any good YEC would agree with.

    I hope my point is clear.

    To describe this trio as " orthodox Presbyterians" implies that their
    blatant evolutionism is orthodox as well.


    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Bundrick, David" <>
    To: "Michael Roberts" <>; "Rich Blinne"
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    Sent: Sunday, September 01, 2002 1:43 AM
    Subject: RE: "charismatic" theologies and science

    Are you saying this "tongue in cheek"?

    Hodge, Hodge and Warfield were orthodox Presbyterians teaching at Princeton
    Theological Seminary a century ago. No discussion of American Protestant
    Christian Fundamentalism would be complete without mentioning their names.

    David Bundrick
    Th.M., Princeton Theological Seminary

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Michael Roberts []
    Sent: Saturday, August 31, 2002 1:58 PM
    To: Rich Blinne;
    Subject: Re: "charismatic" theologies and science

    I always thought Charles Hodge, A.A Hodge and B.b.Warfield were heretics of
    the first order. Did the beleive in God or did they even accept the
    authority of the bible let alone inerrancy?

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Rich Blinne" <>
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    Sent: Saturday, August 31, 2002 5:48 AM
    Subject: Re: "charismatic" theologies and science

    > ----Original Message Follows----
    > From: Jonathan Clarke <>
    > CC:
    > Subject: Re: "charismatic" theologies and science
    > Date: Sat, 31 Aug 2002 10:40:48 +1000
    > Hi Rich
    > >Thanks for these insights. There is not enough heard of specifically
    > charistmatic and penttecostal responses to science and theology.
    > >How hostile is the PCA to science?
    > It is not hostile to science per se but it is hostile to a science which
    > might conclude that God didn't create in "the space of six days". To
    > to that conclusion is considered utter abandonment (by some) of
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