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  1. Augustus Hopkins Strong (3 August 1836 – 29 November 1921) was a Baptist minister and theologian who lived in the United States during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. His most influential book, Systematic Theology, proved to be a mainstay of Baptist theological education.

  2. Augustus Hopkins Strong is perhaps the most notable Baptist theologian of the nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries. His place in a compendium of Baptist theologians is central. In some cases he must be read in order to understand the theological writings of others.

  3. Written by John Aloisi Reviewed By Ryan Rindels. History and Historical Theology. Augustus Hopkins Strong (1836–1921) is a towering figure in the Northern Baptist tradition. In the 2001 edition of Theologians of the Baptist Tradition, a chapter on Strong follows the “prince of preachers,” Charles H. Spurgeon.

  4. 3. Aug. 2009 · Today (August 3) is the birthday of baptist theologian Augustus Hopkins Strong (1836-1921), one of the most important American theologians of the nineteenth century. Strong was a man of contrasts: gregarious and popular, he nevertheless carried himself with an overstated dignity and reserve; always making witty remarks, he was never ...

  5. 29. Sept. 2023 · "Augustus Hopkins Strong was the president of Rochester Theological Seminary for 40 years (1872-1912). Although Strong regarded himself as a theological conservative, he oversaw the transition from orthodoxy to a much more modern view of theology at Rochester. Over the course of his academic career, Strong's theology evolved as he ...

  6. Augustus Hopkins Strong and the Struggle to Reconcile Christian Theology with Modern Thought on JSTOR. OPEN ACCESS. John Aloisi. Copyright Date: 2021. Published by: Boydell & Brewer, University of Rochester Press. Pages: 191. https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctv1qp9ggv. Select all. (For EndNote, Zotero, Mendeley) (For BibTex) Front Matter. (pp. i-vi)

  7. Among those who would be compelled to face the apparent conflicts between modern thought and traditional orthodoxy was Baptist theologian Augustus Hopkins Strong (1836-1921).