An Old Princeton National Confessionalist
A.A. Hodge sounding like a Reformed Presbyterian in his Outlines of Theology:
15. What are the duties of the officers of the State with regard to the Church
The state is a divine institution, and the officers thereof are God’s ministers, Rom. 13:1-4, Christ the Mediator is, as a revealed fact, “Ruler among the Nations,” King of kings, and Lord of lords, Rev. 19:16; Matt. 28:18; Phil. 2:9-11; Eph. 1:17-23, and the Sacred Scriptures are an infallible rule of faith and practice to all men under all conditions.
It follows therefore– 1st. That every nation should explictly acknowledge the Christ of God to be the Supreme Governor, and His revealed will the supreme fundamental law of the land, to the general principles of which all special legislation should be conformed. 2d. That all civil officers should make the glory of God their end, and his revealed will their guide. 3d. That, while no distinction should be made between various Christian denominations, and perfect liberty of conscience and worship be allowed to all men, nevertheless the Christian magistrate should seek to promote piety as well as civil order (“Conf. Faith” ch. 23, Sec. 2). This they are to do not by assuming ecclesiastical functions, nor by attempting to patronize or control the church, but by their personal example, by giving impartial protection to church property and facility to church work, by enactment and enforcement of laws conceived in the true spirit of the Gospel, and especially in maintaining inviolate the Christian Sabbath, and Christian marriage, and in providing for Christian instruction in the public schools.
Outlines of Theology, pg. 434