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In this method, one assumes the competency of one’s own powers of observation and the lucidity of one’s mental faculties, and then proceeds to discover the facts of the Bible. The collection is undertaken carefully and comprehensively just as it would be for any scientific field. Hodge also found it necessary in his introduction to discredit other worldviews that inhibit theology: rationalism, mysticism, and Romanism. Thereafter, Hodge endeavored to show the superiority of the Protestant doctrine of Scripture over the Roman doctrine of church tradition.

Thus, this modest contribution to evangelical theology endeavors to be canonical by accepting the Holy Scriptures as the normative guide for the faith and life of the church. It is also attempts to be creedal and confessional by taking into account the witness of the ancient church and the Reformation into the process of how we think about living a Godward life. A third reason I have written this book is to avoid two encroaching extremes in the evangelical scene. As I look on the evangelical churches in the West, I see some disturbing trends.

A good example of a systematic theology written amidst Modernity is that by the Princeton theologian Charles Hodge (1797–1878). 7 Hodge began his Systematic Theology by describing theology as a science in a manner similar to astronomy, chemistry, or history. The realm of nature contains facts, and those facts are to be discovered by science. What is true of other sciences is true of theology. The Bible contains facts, ideas, and principles. It is the task of the theologian to collect, authenticate, arrange, and exhibit these facts and to show their relationship to each other.

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