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Hodge, Charles. “1. The Integrity of our National Union vs. Abolitionism. An Argument from the Bible, in Proof of the Position, that believing masters ought to be honored and obeyed by their servants, and tolerated in, not excommunicated from, the Church of God, being part of a speech delivered before the Synod of Cincinnati, on the subject of Slavery. September 19th, and 20th, 1843. 2. The Contrast, or the Bible vs. Abolitionism: an Exegetical Argument. 3. A Review of the Rev. Dr. Junkin’s Synodical Speech, in defence of American Slavery, with an Outline of the Bible argument against Slavery. 4. Line of Demarcation between the Secular and Spiritual Kingdoms.” The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 16, no. 4 (1844): 545-581. http://journals.ptsem.edu/id/BR1844164/dmd007
1. The Integrity of our National Union vs. Abolitionism. An Argument from the Bible, in Proof of the Position, that believing masters ought to be honored and obeyed by their servants, and tolerated in, not excommunicated from, the Church of God, being part of a speech delivered before the Synod of Cincinnati, on the subject of Slavery. September 19th, and 20th, 1843. 2. The Contrast, or the Bible vs. Abolitionism: an Exegetical Argument. 3. A Review of the Rev. Dr. Junkin's Synodical Speech, in defence of American Slavery, with an Outline of the Bible argument against Slavery. 4. Line of Demarcation between the Secular and Spiritual Kingdoms (Page 545)
Charles Hodge
The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review, 1844

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