George Hodges (theologian)

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George Hodges

George Hodges (1856–1919) was an American Episcopal theologian, born at Rome, New York, and educated at Hamilton College (A.B., 1877; A.M., 1882; LL.D., 1912). He served at Calvary Church, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, from 1881 to 1894.[1] In 1893 he helped establish the Kingsley Association in Pittsburgh, an organization dedicated to helping immigrant workers.[2] Afterward, he became the dean of the Episcopal Theological School at Cambridge, Massachusetts. "The high esteem in which his religious messages are held by the reading public"[3] resulted in a number his books being reissued as a second edition in 1914.

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  • 1892: The Episcopal Church : its doctrine, its ministry, its discipline, its worship, and its sacraments. New York : Thomas Wittaker. (OCLC 181921689)
  • 1892: Christianity between Sundays. New York : T. Whittaker. (OCLC 5922481)
  • 1894: The Heresy of Cain. New York : Thomas Whittaker. (OCLC 1692590)
  • 1895: Massachusetts churchmanship : a paper read at a meeting of the Clerical Association in Boston, October twenty-eighth, MDCCCXCV. Cambridge : s.n. (OCLC 34914610)[4]
  • 1896: Faith and social service; eight lectures delivered before the Lowell Institute. New York : T. Whittaker. (1900, 1915) (OCLC 5059989)
  • 1899: The Battles of Peace. New York : Thomas Whittaker. (1914) (OCLC 14570332)
  • 1901: William Penn. Boston/New York : Houghton Mifflin and Co. (1929) (OCLC 259987653)[5]
  • 1904: Fountains Abbey : the Story of a Mediæval monastery. London : J. Murray. (OCLC 5073326)[6]
  • 1904: When the King came; stories from the four Gospels. Boston/New York : Houghton, Mifflin and Co. (OCLC 1139597)
  • 1904: Organized labor and capital; the William L. Bull lectures for the year 1904 [1], with Washington Gladden, Talcott Williams, and Francis Greenwood Peabody
  • 1904: The Human Nature of the Saints. New York : T. Whittaker. (1905, 1914) (OCLC 1465083)
  • 1906: Three Hundred Years of the Episcopal Church in America. Philadelphia : Published for the Missionary Thank Offering Committee by G.W. Jacobs. (OCLC 171008)
  • 1906 (with John Reichert): The administration of an institutional church : a detailed account of the operation of St. George's parish in the city of New York. New York/London : Harper & Bros. (OCLC 1464805)
  • 1906: The Year of Grace (two volumes, 1906; second edition, 1914)
  • 1909: The apprenticeship of Washington, and other sketches of significant colonial personages. New York : Moffat, Yard & Co. (OCLC 24253931)[7]
  • 1911: The Training of Children in Religion. New York : Appleton. (1912, 1914, 1917, 1919, 1923) (OCLC 590316423)[8]
  • 1911: Everyman's Religion. New York : The Macmillan Company (1913) (OCLC 504038655)
  • 1912: Saints and heroes since the Middle Ages. New York : H. Holt (OCLC 259073551)[9]
  • 1913: Classbook of Old Testament History. New York : The Macmillan Co. (1914, 1915, 1917, 1918, 1923, 1925, 1932, 1937) (OCLC 378342)[10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ David Hein; Gardiner H. Shattuck, Jr. (1 August 2005). The Episcopalians. Church Publishing, Inc. p. 220. ISBN 978-0-89869-497-0.
  2. ^ Archive Service Center Staff. "Kingsley Association Records Finding Aid". Archive Service Center, University of Pittsburgh. Retrieved 2 May 2013.
  3. ^ "Pleasant Recollections". The Independent. July 13, 1914. Retrieved August 21, 2012.
  4. ^ Online version of Hodges 1895
  5. ^ Digital copy of Hodges 1901 in Internet Archive
  6. ^ Fountains Abbey in Wikisource-logo.svg Wikisource
  7. ^ Digital copy of Hodges 1909 in Internet Archive
  8. ^ Digital copy of Hodges 1911 in Hathi Trust
  9. ^ Digital copy of Hodges 1912 in Internet Archive
  10. ^ Digital copy of Hodges 1913 in Hathi Trust


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