Hodge, A. A. The Westminster Confession: A Commentary

Table of Contents

A Short History of the Creeds and Confessions

Some Account of the Origin of the Westminster Confession and Catechisms

Chapter 1: Of the Holy Scripture

Chapter 2: Of God and the Holy Trinity

Chapter 3: Of God’s Eternal Decree

Chapter 4: Of Creation

Chapter 5: of Providence

Chapter 6: Of The Fall of Man, of Sin, and of the Punishment Thereof

Chapter 7: Of God’s Covenant With Man

Chapter 8: Of Christ the Mediator

Chapter 9: Of Free Will

Chapter 10: Of Effectual Calling

Chapter 11: Of Justification

Chapter 12: Of Adoption

Chapter 13: Of Sanctification

Chapter 14: Of Saving Faith

Chapter 15: Of Repentance Unto Life

Chapter 16: Of Good Works

Chapter 17: Of Perseverance of the Saints

Chapter 18: Of Assurance of Grace and Salvation

Chapter 19: Of the Law of God

Chapter 20: Of Christian Liberty and Liberty of Conscience

Chapter 21: Of Religious Worship and the Sabbath Day

Chapter 22: Of Lawful Oaths and Vows

Chapter 23: Of the Civil Magistrate

Chapter 24: Of Marriage and Divorce

Chapter 25: Of the Church

Chapter 26: Of the Communion of the Saints

Chapter 27: of the Sacraments

Chapter 28: Of Baptism

Chapter 29: Of the Lord’s Supper

Chapter 30: Of Church Censures

Chapter 31: Of Synods and Councils

Chapter 32: Of the State of Men after Death, and of the Resurrection of the Dead

Chapter 33: Of the Last Judgment

Appendix 1: The Meaning of ‘System of Doctrine’: Old School vs. New School

Appendix 2: The Auburn Declaration and The Declaratory Act

Appendix 3: What is Presbyterianism? by Charles Hodge

Appendix 4: What is Meant by Adopting the Westminster Confession?

Appendix 5: On the Passages of the Confession Concerning the Magistrate’s Power as to Religion and the Church

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