Caspar Wistar Hodge Jr. (September 22, 1870 – February 26, 1937) was an American theologian. He was the son of Caspar Wistar Hodge Sr., and grandson of Charles Hodge, and like both of them, he taught at Princeton Theological Seminary, serving as Professor of Systematic Theology from 1915 to 1937.

Hodge studied at Princeton University, Heidelberg University, the University of Berlin, and Princeton Theological Seminary. He taught at Princeton University and Lafayette College before coming to the Seminary. He was ordained as a minister by the Presbytery of New Brunswick in 1902.[1]

Caspar Jr. was the last member of the Hodge family to sit on the faculty of Princeton Seminary.

References

  1. ^ "The Caspar Wistar Hodge Jr. Manuscript Collection". Princeton Theological Seminary. Retrieved 16 November 2020.