Author Index for The Confessional Presbyterian journal, volumes 1–13 (2005–2017).
Anonymous. Death of Dr. Plumer. 9.
Anonymous. In Brief: Introduction to the United States Christian Magazine of 1796. 2.
Anonymous. In Brief: Two Good Anecdotes [Re: Samuel Miller and Archibald Alexander]. 1.
Anonymous. In Brief: William Carruthers: 1830–1922). 1.
Anonymous. In Brief: Rev. Dr. Alexander in Virginia. 8.
Arnold, Patrick. Review: Paul Helm, Eternal God: A Study of God Without Time, 2nd ed. 7.
Backensto, Bruce R. John Brown of Wamphray, Richard Baxter and the Justification Controversy, 3.
Baillie, Robert. In Brief: Robert Baillie on the Chiliasm of Archer, Burroughs and Goodwin. 7.
Bannerman, James. Rites & Ceremonies in Public Worship. 11.
Barcellos, Richard C. The Christian Ministry in the Church: Its Reasons, Duration and Goal, and Practical Effects (Ephesians 4:11–16), with Special Emphasis on verse 12. 11.
Barcellos, Richard C. “A Sabbath rest for the people of God”: An Exegetical Study of Hebrews 4:9–10. 13.
Barnes, Roland S. The Practice of Lent and the Reformed Tradition. 10.
Bottomly, R. Victor. In Translatiōne: Calvin’s Response to a Certain Tricky Middler. 8.
Bownd, Nicholas. In Brief: The Lord’s Day is no Human Constitution. 10.
Bownd, Nicholas. In Brief: The Sabbath Day a Creation Ordinance. 10.
Bownd, Nicholas. In Brief: We must rest also from speaking & hearing of worldly matters. 10.
Bredenhof, Wes. In Translatiōne: De Brès versus Richardot: A Sixteenth-Century Debate Regarding the Lord’s Supper. 6.
Bredenhof, Wes. Johannes Megapolensis: Pioneer Reformed Missionary to the Mohawks. 5.
Bredenhof, Wes. Martyrdom, Mission and the Belgic Confession. 4.
Bredenhof, Wes. Review: John M. Frame, Systematic Theology: An Introduction to Christian Belief. 10.
Bredenhof, Wes. Review: Jonathan Sarfati, The Genesis Account: A Theological, Historical, and Scientific Commentary on Genesis 1–11. 13.
Bredenhof, Wes. Review: Michael Horton, The Christian Faith: A Systematic Theology for Pilgrims on the Way. 7.
Bredenhof, Wes. Review: Michael S. Horton, People and Place: A Covenant Ecclesiology. 5.
Bredenhof, Wes. Review: Willem J. van Asselt et al., Synopsis Purioris Theologiae/Synopsis of a Purer Theology: Latin Text and English Translation—Volume 1. 11.
Brown, Michael. The Covenant Of Works Revived: John Owen on Republication in the Mosaic Covenant. 4.
Bucey, Camden M. The Lord and His Messengers: Toward a Trinitarian Interpretation of Malachi 3:1–4. 7.
Cangelosi, Caleb. How Free Was Adam’s Will? Examining John Lafayette Girardeau’s Critique of Jonathan Edwards’ View of Adam’s Will Before the Fall. 11.
Cangelosi, Caleb. William Swan Plumer’s Defense of the Impeccability of Jesus Christ. 9.
Cassidy, James J. Critical-Realism & the Relation of Redemptive Act to Revelatory Word. 2.
Cassidy, James J. Francis Turretin and Barthianism: The Covenant of Works in Historical Perspective. 5.
Cassidy, James J. Let’s Do Presbyterianism: The Trinitarian Foundations of Biblical
Church Polity. 11.
Cassidy, James J. No ‘Absolute Impeccability’: Charles Hodge and Christology at Old and New Princeton. 9.
Cassidy, James J. Review: Kevin Giles, The Eternal Generation of the Son: Maintaining Orthodoxy in Trinitarian Theology. 8.
Cassidy, James. Review: Paul C. Gutjahr, Charles Hodge: Guardian of American Orthodoxy. 7.
Cassidy, James J. Secundum Substantiam and Relatiuum in Augustine’s De Trinitate: Getting the Trinity Right Then and Now. 13.
Clark, R. Scott. Baptism and the Benefits of Christ: The Double Mode of Communion in the Covenant of Grace. 2.
Clark, R. Scott. Olevianus and the Old Perspective on Paul: A Preliminary Report. 4.
Clark, R. Scott. Review: Charles E. Hill, From the Lost Teaching of Polycarp: Identifying Irenaeus’ Apostolic Presbyter and the Author of ad Diognetum. 5.
Clary, Glen J. According to the Custom of the Ancient Church: Recovering the Patristic Roots of Reformed Worship. 13.
Clary, Glen J. Holy Communion and Revivalism in the First Great Awakening. 11.
Clary, Glen J. Holy Communion in the Theology of John Knox. 7.
Clary, Glen J. The Liturgical Nature of Ecclesial Ministry. 10.
Clary, Glen J. Ulrich Zwingli and the Swiss Anabaptists: Sola Scriptura and the Reformation of Christian Worship. 6.
Coldwell, Chris and Andrew J. Webb. American Presbyterianism and the Religious Observance of Christmas. 11.
Coldwell, Chris and David C. Noe. In Translatiōne: John Calvin’s Letters to the Ministers of Montbéliard (1543–1544): The Genevan Reformer’s Advice and Views of the Liturgical Calendar. 13.
Coldwell, Chris and Matthew Vogan. Antiquary: The James Durham MS III: James Durham’s 228 Sermons on Song of Solomon 2–8. 13
Coldwell, Chris. A Critical Text of the Westminster Larger Catechism: Q. 1–50. 3.
Coldwell, Chris. Antiquary: The James Durham MSS Held by Glasgow University Library. 5.
Coldwell, Chris M. Antiquary: The James Durham MSS Part II. 7.
Coldwell, Chris. Antiquary: Nicholas Bownd’s Sabbathum Veteris et Novi Testamenti: or the True Doctrine of the Sabbath. 10.
Coldwell, Chris. Antiquary: An Overview and Analysis of George Gillespie’s Dispute Against the English Popish Ceremonies. 9.
Coldwell, Chris. Antiquary: T. & J. Swords. Part One. Printers During the Federal Period to Doctors, Scientists, Friendly and Calliopean Clubers, and other New York Literati, as well as High Churchists, and the Occasional Presbyterian. 2.
Coldwell, Chris. Antiquary: T. & J. Swords. Part Three: The ‘High Churchism’ Controversy. 4.
Coldwell, Chris. Antiquary: T. & J. Swords. Part Two. Two Large Presbyterian Works. 3.
Coldwell, Chris. Antiquary: The Traditional Form of The Westminster Standards. 1.
Coldwell, Chris. Antiquary: A Transcription of James Durham’s Sermon on Ephesians 4:11-12, taught before the Synod of Glasgow, October 5, 1652. 12.
Coldwell, Chris. Antiquary: Westminster Abbey Library: And Other Theological Resources of the Assembly of Divines (1643–1652). 6.
Coldwell, Chris. Anti-Sabbatarian Scold: Thomas Rogers’ Letter to Nicholas Bownd, April 29, 1598. 10.
Coldwell, Chris. Author Index: The Confessional Presbyterian, volumes 1–10 (2005–2014). 10.
Coldwell, Chris. Calvin in the Hands of the Philistines, Or, Did Calvin Bowl on the Sabbath? 6.
Coldwell, Chris. Dropping the Subject, Again? The Decline of Sabbatarianism in Old Southern Presbyterian Church and in the Presbyterian Church in America. 12.
Coldwell, Chris. Examining the Work of S. W. Carruthers: Justifying a Critical Approach to the Text of the Westminster Standards & Correcting the 18th Century Lineage of the Traditional Scottish Text. 1.
Coldwell, Chris. In Brief: The Intent of Larger Catechism 109 Regarding Pictures of Christ’s Humanity. 5.
Coldwell, Chris. The Westminster Assembly & the Judicial Law: A Chronological Compilation and Analysis. Part One: Chronology. 5.
Cook, Scott. Review: John C. Clark and Marcus Peter Johnson, The Incarnation of God: The Mystery of the Gospel as the Foundation of Evangelical Theology. 12.
Cooper, Christopher. Binding Bodies and Liberating Souls: James Henley Thornwell’s Vision for a Spiritual Church and a Christian Confederacy. 9.
Coppes, Leonard J. Review: Response to Benjamin Shaw. 2.
Coppes, Leonard J. Review: Response to Benjamin Shaw’s Review. 1.
Coppes, Leonard J. Review: Tim Gallant, Feed My Lambs. 2.
Crampton, W. G. Review: Carl R. Trueman, The Creedal Imperative. 8.
Crampton, W. Gary. According to Augustine. 4.
Crampton, W. Gary. An Analysis of Open Theism. 2.
Crampton, W. Gary. Edwards’ Freedom of the Will: A Review and Analysis, 3.
Crampton, W. Gary. John Calvin on the Doctrine of Divine Revelation. 5.
Crampton, W. Gary. Jonathan Edwards on Scripture & Salvation. 1.
Crampton, W. Gary. Review: George M. Marsden, Jonathan Edwards: A Life. 2.
Crampton, W. Gary. Review: Greg L. Bahnsen, Presuppositional Apologetics: Stated and Defended. 6.
Crampton, W. Gary. Review: J. Knox Chamblin, Matthew: A Mentor Commentary 7.
Crampton, W. Gary. Review: Jay E. Adams, Keeping the Sabbath Today? 6.
Crampton, W. Gary. Review: Response to J. V. Fesko. 7.
Crampton, W. Gary. Review: Robert L. Reymond, The God-Centered Preacher: Developing a Pulpit Ministry Approved by God. 3.
Crampton, W. Gary. Robert L. Reymond, Faith’s Reasons For Believing: An Apologetic Antidote to Mindless Christianity. 4.
Deatsch, Tim. Review: Timothy Z. Witmer, The Shepherd Leader. 6.
Delivuk, John (Jack) Allen. Liberty of Conscience in the Westminster Confession and its Application to Modern ‘Worship Wars.’ 2.
Dilday, Steven. In Translatiōne: Part II. John Brown of Wamphray: Singing of Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs in the Public Worship of God. 5.
Dolezal, James E. Review: J. van Genderen and W.H. Velema, Concise Reformed Dogmatics. 5.
Dolezal, James E. Review: Kevin J. Vanhoozer, Remythologizing Theology: Divine Action, Passion, and Authorship. 7.
Dolezal, James E. Review: Paul Helm, Calvin at the Centre. 6.
Dolezal, James E. Review: Surrejoinder to Kevin Vanhoozer. 7.
Duncan, J. Ligon III. Review: The Auburn Avenue Theology, Pros and Cons: Debating the Federal Vision, 1.
Erickson, Carl E. The Fourth Commandment: Annulled or Sustained? 12.
Estelle, Bryan D. The Old Testament and the Comparative Method. 6.
Fesko, J. V. A Critical Examination of N. T. Wright’s Doctrine of Justification. 1.
Fesko, J. V. and Cornel Venema. Sic et Non. Views in Review: Westminster Seminary California Distinctives? III. The Republication of the Covenant of Works. 8.
Fesko, J. V. Heinrich Bullinger on Union with Christ and Justification. 6.
Fesko, J. V. Review: Guy Prentiss Waters, Justification and the New Perspectives on Paul. 2.
Fesko, J. V. Review: Surrejoinder to Dr. Crampton’s Response. 7.
Fesko, J. V. Review: W. Gary Crampton, From Paedobaptism to Credobaptism: A Critique of the Westminster Standards on the Subjects of Baptism. 7.
Fesko, J. V. The Westminster Standards and Confessional Lutheranism on Justification. 3.
Forkner, Wayne. Review: Norman Shepherd: Law and Gospel in Covenantal Perspective. 1.
Gaffin, Richard B. Review: Cornelius P. Venema, Accepted and Renewed in Christ. The “Twofold Grace of God” and the Interpretation of Calvin’s Theology. 5.
Gallant, Tim. Review: A Response to Leonard Coppes Regarding Feed My Lambs. 2.
Gallant, Tim. Review: Response [to Cornelis P. Venema, A Response to the Coppes-Gallant Exchange Regarding Paedocommunion]. 3.
Garcia, Mark A. Sic et Non. Views in Review: III. Westminster Seminary California Distinctives? I. Law and Gospel, with response by Michael S. Horton. 10.
Garretson, James M. Archibald Alexander & the Founding of Princeton Theological Seminary. 8.
Glaser, Benjamin P. The Doctrine of the Sabbath with a Particular look at its Application in the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. 12.
Glaser, Benjamin P. Review: Frank J. Smith (ed.), Religion and Politics in America: An Encyclopedia of Church and State in American Life. 13.
Goodwin, Thomas. In Brief: Thomas Goodwin on God’s Blessing His People. 7.
Gwin, Timothy J. Let the Families of the Lord Give Praise! Calvin’s Piety of the Psalms as Prayer-Praise Generational Discipleship. 13.
Hall, David W. Explicit and Implicit Appendixes to Calvin’s View of Justification by Faith. 6.
Hall, David W. John Calvin on Human Government and the State. 4.
Hall, Jimmy. Review: Clinton Arnold, Ephesians, Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament. 8.
Hamilton, Ian. Calvin the Pastor. 13.
Hart, D. G. Francis Makemie and the Meaning of American Presbyterianism. 2.
Hart, D. G. The Reorganization of Princeton Theological Seminary and the Exhaustion of American Presbyterianism. 8.
Hart, D. G. Review: Bradley J. Longfield, Presbyterians and American Culture: A History. 10.
Hart, Joel. The Doctrine and Practice of Social Reform in the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America: 1930–1945. 13.
Helseth, Paul Kjoss. “Right Reason” and the Science of Theology at Old Princeton Seminary: A New Perspective. 8.
Henes, Everett A. Less Outward Glory: An Examination of Calvin’s Reformation of Worship. 13.
Herzer, Mark. The Modern Roman Catholic View of Scripture. 6.
Hofstetter, N. E. Barry and Chris Coldwell. In Translatiōne: Andrew Willet’s Preface to Nicholas Bownd’s Sabbathvm veteris et Novi Testamenti. 1.
Hofstetter, N. E. Barry and Chris Coldwell. In Translatiōne: John Brown of Wamphray: The Universal Visible Church. 2.
Hofstetter, N. E. Barry and Chris Coldwell. In Translatiōne: John Brown of Wamphray: Singing of Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs in the Public Worship of God From De Causa Dei contra Antisabbatarios, [Part 1], 3. See under Dilday, Steven for Part 2.
Horton, Michael S. and Mark A. Garcia. Sic et Non. Views in Review: Westminster Seminary California Distinctives? I. Law and Gospel. 8.
Howe, George. In Brief: A Bibliography of Published Works. 4.
Hutchinson, Christopher A. Review: Sinclair Ferguson. In Christ Alone: Living the Christ Centered Life. 5.
Hyde, Daniel, R. In Defense of the Descendit: A Confessional Response to Contemporary Critics of Christ’s Descent into Hell. 3.
Hyde, Daniel R. For Freedom Christ Has Set Us Free: John Owen’s A Discourse Concerning Liturgies, and Their Imposition. 4.
Hyde, Daniel R. Regulae de Observatione Sabbathi: The Synod of Dort’s (1618–19) Deliverance on the Sabbath. 12.
Jeon, Jeong Koo. The Abrahamic Covenant and the Kingdom of God. 7.
Jeon, Jeong Koo. The Covenant of Creation and the Kingdom of God. 9.
Johnson, Terry L. Those Who Lead Worship. 13.
Jones, Mark. Review: Carl R. Trueman, John Owen: Reformed Catholic, Renaissance Man. 4.
Jones, Mark. Strange Bedfellows: Darwinism and the Reformed Theological Tradition. 11.
Jones, Stuart R. Presbyterian Due Process: A Scottish and American Recovery of Procedural Canons. 2.
Jones, Stuart R. Review: C. N. Willborn, ‘In Thesi’ Deliverances. 2.
Jones, Stuart R. Review: Peter Enns, Inspiration and Incarnation.3.
Junius, Franciscus. In Brief: Junius on the Morality of a Sabbath day. 10.
Keister, J. C. Review: Vern Sheridan Poythress, Logic: A God-Centered Approach to the Foundation of Western Thought. 9.
Keister, Lane. Review: Bruce Waltke, with Charles Yu, An Old Testament Theology: An Exegetical, Canonical, and Thematic Approach. 4.
Keister, Lane. Review: Douglas Bond, The Mighty Weakness of John Knox and D. M. Lloyd-Jones and Iain Murray, John Knox and the Reformation. 7.
Keister, Lane. Review: Geerhardus Vos, Reformed Dogmatics, 5 volumes. 13.
Keister, Lane. Review: Joseph C. Morecraft, III, Authentic Christianity: An Exposition of the Theology and Ethics of the Westminster Larger Catechism; Chris Coldwell, The Larger Catechism of the Westminster Assembly: A Transcription of the Surviving Manuscripts with Notes; John R. Bower, The Larger Catechism: A Critical Text and Introduction. 6.
Keister, Lane. Review: N.T. Wright, Pauline Perspectives: Essays on Paul, 1978–2013 / N.T. Wright, Paul and the Faithfulness of God. 10.
Keister, Lane. Review: Sean Michael Lucas, For a Continuing Church: The Roots of the Presbyterian Church. 12.
Keister, Lane. Should Women Teach or Have Authority Over Men in the Church? An Exegesis of 1 Timothy 2:8–15. 4.
Keister, Lane. Sic et Non. Views in Review: Westminster Seminary California Distinctives? Introduction. 8.
Keister, Lane. The Sabbath Day and Recreations on the Sabbath: An Examination of the Sabbath and the Biblical Basis for the “No Recreation” Clause in Westminster Confession of Faith 21.8 and Westminster Larger Catechism 117. 5 (revised, 12).
Kelly, Douglas F. In Brief: The Sabbath vs. the Liturgical Calendar. 11.
Kerr, Robert P. “The Office of Deacon:” Extracts from The Presbyterian Quarterly (April, 1896). 5.
Korljan, Scott. In the Presence of a Common Foe: Billy Sunday and Conservative Presbyterians in the Battle Against Liberalism. 9.
Lauer, Stewart E. John Calvin, the Nascent Sabbatarian: A Reconsideration of Calvin’s View of Two Key Sabbath-Issues. 3 (rpr. 12).
Lems, Shane. The Centrality of the Holy Spirit in Reformed Theology: A Robust Pneumatology. 4.
Lucero, Jody. Review: John Currid, Deuteronomy—An Evangelical Press Study Commentary. 6.
M’Leod, Alexander. In Brief: Alexander M’Leod on a Pastor According to God’s Heart. 3.
M’Leod, Alexander. In Brief: Alexander M’Leod on the Call to the Gospel Ministry. 3.
Macedo, Breno. Systematic Theology and the Preaching of Samuel Davies. 9.
Machen, J. G. In Brief: Christ our Substitute. 10.
Machen, J. G. In Brief: Excerpt from Machen’s What is Faith? 10.
Machen, J. G. In Brief: Tyranny of Unbelief. 10.
MacLean, Donald John. “So Great a Love”—James Durham on Christ and His Church in the Song of Solomon. 5.
MacLean, Donald John. Review: Garnet Howard Milne, The Westminster Confession of Faith and the Cessation of Special Revelation: The Majority Puritan Viewpoint on Whether Extra-biblical Prophecy is Still Possible. 6.
Marshall, Stephen. In Brief: A Defence of Infant Baptism. 4.
Mason, John Mitchell and Jacob Van Vechten. In Brief: John Mitchell Mason on the New York ‘High Churchism’ Controversy. 2.
Mason, John Mitchell. In Brief: Extract from John M. Mason, Pardon in Sin in the Blood of Jesus. 2.
Mason, John. M. In Brief: Dr. John M. Mason and a Colorblind Lord’s Table. 8.
McGinnis, Andrew M. Review; D. G. Hart and John R. Muether, Seeking a Better Country: 300 Years of American Presbyterianism. 4.
McGraw, Ryan M. The Benediction in Corporate Worship. 7.
McGraw, Ryan M. In Translatiōne: Johannes Wollebius’ Præcognita of Christian Theology from Compendium Theologiæ Christianæ. 11.
McGraw, Ryan M. In Translatiōne: Franciscus Gomarus on Roman Catholic Baptism. 9.
McGraw, Ryan M. John Owen on the Study of Theology. 6.
McGraw, Ryan M. Review: Brian K. Kay, Trinitarian Spirituality: John Owen and the Doctrine of God in Western Devotion. 6.
McGraw, Ryan M. Review: Daniel R. Hyde, In Living Color: Images of Christ and the Means of Grace. 5.
McGraw, Ryan M. Review: J. V. Fesko, Last Things First: Unlocking Genesis 1–3 with the Christ of Eschatology. 7.
McGraw, Ryan M. Review: J. V. Fesko, Word, Water, And Spirit. With Rejoinder by J. V. Fesko and Sur-Rejoinder by Ryan M. McGraw. 9.
McGraw, Ryan M. What Should a Typical Sabbath Look Like and Why? 12.
Miller, Samuel, D. D. Edited from MS by Chris Coldwell. Faith Shewn by Works: A Sermon on James 2:18, by Samuel Miller, D.D. 1.
Miller, Samuel, D. D. In Brief: Dr. Samuel Miller on Arminian and Pelagian Subscribers to the Westminster Confession of Faith. 1.
Miller, Samuel, D. D. In Brief: Letter from Dr. Samuel Miller to Dr. A. W. Mitchell, Treasurer of the Presbyterian Board of Publication, October 7, 1840. 8.
Miller, Samuel, D. D. In Brief: Mature Preparation for the Gospel Ministry. 1.
Miller, Samuel, D. D. In Brief: Samuel Miller’s Sermon on the Death of George Washington. 2.
Miller, Samuel, D.D. In Brief: Miller on Worship. 1.
Mohon, Roy. The Christian Sabbath: Destiny not Drudgery. 12.
Moore, T. V. In Brief: T. V. Moore’s Twenty Hints for a Happy Family. 7.
Murray, John. In Brief: Union with Christ and Mysticism. 11.
Murray, John. The Regulative Principle of Worship & Song in the Public Worship of God. 11.
Nelson, Caleb. Review: N. T. Wright, How God Became King: The Forgotten Story of the Gospels. 8.
Nevin, Alfred. Samuel Miller (1769–1850). 1.
Nicholson, Brian H. Martin Bucer’s Eucharistic Development. 13.
Noe, David C. and Chris Coldwell. In Translatiōne: John Calvin’s Letters to the Ministers of Montbéliard (1543–1544): The Genevan Reformer’s Advice and Views of the Liturgical Calendar. 13.
Old, Hughes Oliphant. Daily Prayer in the Reformed Church Of Strasbourg, 1525–1530. 13.
Old, Mary McCaw. Hughes Oliphant Old. 13.
Olevianus, Caspar. In Brief: On Law and Gospel. 4.
Olinger, Danny E. John Murray. 11
Owen, John. In Brief: On Isaiah 58:13. 10.
Park, Jae-Eun. Stephen Charnock’s Christological Knowledge of God in A Discourse of the Knowledge of God in Christ. 10.
Patterson, Daniel F. Review: Edward T. Welch, Running Scared: Fear, Worry, and the God of Rest. 5.
Patterson, Daniel F. Review: Eric L. Johnson, Foundations for Soul Care: A Christian Psychology Proposal 7.
Peck, Thomas, T. V. Moore and Benjamin Morgan Palmer. Pastoral Letters on the Observance of the Sabbath. 12.
Perkins, Harrison. Review: Matthew Barrett (ed.), Reformation Theology: A Systematic Summary. 13.
Perry, Andy. Puritan Instruction for Profitable Hearing of Sermons. 10.
Phillips, Bobby. Translatiōne: John Brown of Wamphray: Recreations and the Sabbath. 12.
Phillips, T. J. Severing the Dragon’s Tail: The Rejection of the Mass and the Adoption of the Reformed Practice of the Lord’s Supper during the Scottish Reformation. 2.
Pipa, Joseph, Jr. Seminary Education. 3.
Poythress, Diane. Johannes Oecolampadius: Exposition of Isaiah 53. 13.
Prutow, Dennis J. Sic et Non. Views in Review: The Content of Song for the Public Worship of God, Part One: Psalmody in the Church, Old Testament and New. With Response by Andrew J. Webb. 11.
Ramsey, D. Patrick. Baptismal Regeneration and the Westminster Confession of Faith. 4.
Ramsey, D. Patrick. Samuel Rutherford’s Contribution to Covenant Theology in Scotland. 5.
Rankin, W. Duncan. The Early Reformation in Scotland. 7.
Reiter, David. The Modal Transcendental Argument for God’s Existence. 7.
Richard, Guy M. In Translatiōne: Samuel Rutherford: Examen Arminianismi, Chapter 19: Of the Civil Magistrate. 4.
Richard, Guy M. Review: Samuel Rutherford, The Covenant of Life Opened. 2.
Richard, Guy M. Samuel Rutherford’s Supralapsarianism Revealed: A Key to the Lapsarian Position of the Westminster Confession of Faith? 4.
Ritchie, Daniel. Reformed Presbyterian Criticism of the 1859 Ulster Revival’s Impact on Worship and Church Order. 7.
Rolison, Joseph E. By Their Fruits Ye Shall Know Them—A Timely Admonition from an Ancient Narrative: A Sermon on Genesis 9:18–29. 10.
Rolison, Joseph E. The Church’s Care for the Penitent: Some Considerations. 11.
Ruddell, Todd L. Psallo: Psalm 2. 2.
Ruddell, Todd L. Psallo: Psalm 5:1–12. 12.
Ruddell, Todd L. Psallo: Psalm 16. 8.
Ruddell, Todd L. Psallo: Psalm 42. 5.
Ruddell, Todd L. Psallo: Psalm 43. 6.
Ruddell, Todd L. Psallo: Psalm 51. 3.
Ruddell, Todd L. Psallo: Psalm 57:1–11. 10.
Ruddell, Todd L. Psallo: Psalm 87:1–7. 13.
Ruddell, Todd L. Psallo: Psalm 89:15–29. 9.
Ruddell, Todd L. Psallo: Psalm 92:1–15. 11.
Ruddell, Todd L. Psallo: Psalm 109:1–10. 1.
Ruddell, Todd L. Psallo: Psalm 110. 4.
Ruddell, Todd L. Psallo: Psalm 116. 7.
Sanlon, Peter. Review: R. Baines, et al, Confessing the Impassible God: The Biblical, Classical & Confessional Doctrine of Divine Impassibility. 12.
Schäfli, Ephraim. In Translatiōne: The Preface to the Constance Hymnbook by Joannem Zwick. 7.
Selvaggio, Anthony T. An Answer to the Challenge of Preaching the Old Testament: An Historical & Theological Examination of the Redemptive-Historical Approach. 5.
Serven, Marcus J. John Calvin’s Pastoral Theology: An Explanatory Outline. By Marcus J. Serven. 13
Shaw, Ben. De Jure Divino Presbyterianism. 10.
Shaw, Benjamin. An Exposition of Psalm 68. 11.
Shaw, Benjamin. Englishing the Bible: A Confessional Approach. 6.
Shaw, Benjamin. Leviticus 23 and the Christian Sabbath. 12.
Shaw, Benjamin. Review: Leonard J. Coppes, The Divine Days of Creation. 1.
Shaw, Benjamin. Review: Mees te Velde, et al., Correctly Handling the Word of Truth: Reformed Hermeneutics Today. 11.
Shaw, Benjamin. Review: Nicholas P. Lunn, The Original Ending of Mark: A New Case for the Authenticity of Mark 16:9–20. 12.
Shaw, Benjamin. Review: Preston Graham, Jr., A Kingdom Not of This World: Stuart Robinson’s Struggle to Distinguish the Sacred from the Secular During the Civil War. 9.
Shaw, Benjamin. Review: Reply to Leonard Coppes’ Response. 1.
Shaw, Benjamin. The Old Testament at Old Princeton. 8.
Smith, Frank J. and David C. Lachman. Reframing Presbyterian Worship: A Critical Survey of the Worship Views of John M. Frame and R. J. Gore. 1.
Smith, Frank J. with Chris Coldwell. The Regulative Principle of Worship: Sixty Years in Reformed Literature. Part One (1946–1999). 2.
Smith, Frank J. with Chris Coldwell. The Regulative Principle of Worship: Sixty Years in Reformed Literature. Part Two (2000–2007). 3.
Smith, Frank J. American Presbyterianism and the Cold War. 6.
Smith, Frank J. American Presbyterianism, Geology, and the Days of Creation. 4.
Smith, Frank J. Politics, International Relations, and the Sabbath: The 1915 International Lord’s Day Congress. 12.
Smith, Frank J. Presbyterian Quintessence: The Five ‘Heads’ of Church Government. 5.
Smith, Frank J. Review: Blogroll: Andrew J. Webb, Building Old School Presbyterian Churches; Jeffrey J. Meyers, Corrigenda Denuo; Sean Michael Lucas, Sean Michael Lucas; R. Scott Clark, The Heidelblog; Will Shin, Thoughts & Actions. 4.
Smith, Frank J. Review: A Conversation on Denominational Renewal, February 26–28, 2008, Bill Boyd, “Worship,” Matt Brown, “Ecclesiology,” Jeremy Jones, “Theological Reflection.” 4.
Smith, Frank J. Review: Cory Griess, “The Regulative Principle: A Confessional Examination,” Protestant Reformed Theological Journal. 4.
Smith, Frank J. Review: Dominic A. Aquila, “Redemptive History and the Regulative Principle of Worship,” in The Hope Fulfilled: Essays in Honor of O. Palmer Robertson. 4.
Smith, Frank J. Review: John M. Frame, “The Second Commandment: Regulating Worship,” in The Doctrine of the Christian Life: A Theology of Lordship. 4.
Smith, Frank J. Review: John Witte, Jr. and Robert M. Kingdon, Sex, Marriage, and Family in John Calvin’s Geneva: Volume 1, Courtship, Engagement, and Marriage. 13.
Smith, Frank J. Review: Mark Dalbey, “Christian Worship,” Online Course Lectures, Covenant Theological Seminary. 4.
Smith, Frank J. Review: Paxson H. Jeancake, The Art of Worship: Opening Our Eyes to the Beauty of the Gospel. 4.
Smith, Frank J. Review: R. C. Sproul, Truths We Confess: A Layman’s Guide to the Westminster Confession of Faith, Volume 2: Salvation and the Christian Life and A Taste of Heaven: Worship in the Light of Eternity. 4.
Smith, Frank J. Review: Reggie M. Kidd, With One Voice: Discovering Christ’s Song in Our Worship. 4.
Smith, Frank J. Review: Richard A. Muller and Rowland S. Ward, Scripture and Worship: Biblical Interpretation and the Directory for Public Worship. 4.
Smith, Frank J. Review: Robert L. Dickie, What the Bible Teaches About Worship. 4.
Smith, Frank J. Review: W. L. Bredenhof, “A Guide to Reformed Worship,” ten articles in The Clarion. 4.
Smith, Frank J. Review: Walter H. Conser Jr. and Robert J. Cain, Presbyterians in North Carolina: Race, Politics, and Religious Identity in Historical Perspective. 9.
Sparkman, Wayne. Archibald Alexander D. D. (1772–1851) An Annotated Bibliography. 8.
Sparkman, Wayne. Review: Doug J. Douma, The Presbyterian Philosopher: The Authorized Biography of Gordon H. Clark. 13.
Sparkman, Wayne. The Rev. Dr. Alexander M’Leod, An Annotated Bibliography With Extracts from his Diaries. 3.
Sparkman, Wayne. Samuel Miller, D. D. (1769–1850) An Annotated Bibliography. 1.
Stanton, Allen. 1812–1822: The Development of Princeton’s Polemic. 7.
Stanton, Allen. 1823–1830: The Establishment Of Princeton’s Polemic. 8.
Stanton, Allen. The Theological Climate of the Early Nineteenth Century and the Founding of a Polemical Seminary at Princeton. 6.
Steward, Gary. Old Princeton and American Culture: Insights from J. W. Alexander. 8.
Steward, Gary. The Calvinistic Soteriology of Jonathan Dickinson. 7.
Stivason, Jeffrey A. McLeod Campbell, Edwards and Atonement. 10.
Stivason, Jeffrey. Review: N. T. Wright, Surprised By Scripture: Engaging Contemporary Issues. 11.
Stivason, Jeffrey. Review: Sinclair Ferguson, From the Mouth of God: Trusting, Reading, and Applying the Bible. 10.
Stivason, Jeffrey: Review Article: Wright on Evil: N. T. Wright, Evil and the Justice of God. 10.
Stodghill, Justin B. Our Reasonable Service: Sabbath Doctrine of the Nadere Reformatie. 12.
Stonehouse, Ned B and CPJ staff. In Brief: J. G. Machen and the Benham and Checker Clubs. 10.
Strange, Alan. Affirmation of the Imputation of the Active Obedience of Christ at the Westminster Assembly of Divines. 4.
Strange, Alan. Review: D. G. Hart, John Williamson Nevin: High-Church Calvinist. 3.
Sundry ministers of Christ within the city of London. Defining Divine Right. 10.
Swords, T. & J. In Brief: Transcription of a Letter from T. & J. Swords. 2.
Taylor, Walter L. Review: Ottomar Cypris, Martin Bucer’s Ground and Reason: A Commentary and Translation. 13.
Thomas, Chris. To the Law and the Testimony: James Henley Thornwell and Jus Divinum Presbyterianism. 9.
Thornwell, James Henley, et al. Southern Presbyterian Sabbatarianism. 12.
Thornwell, James H. A Sermon on Hebrews 11:7. 9.
Thornwell, James H. In Brief: The Sacrifice of Christ. 9.
Tipton, Lane G. The Presence of Divine Persons: Extending the Incarnational Analogy to Impeccability and Inerrancy. 6.
Trueman, Carl. R. Review: Gerald Bray, God Has Spoken: A History of Christian Theology. 11.
Trueman, Carl. R. James Bannerman’s The Church of Christ: A Tract for these Times. 11.
Trueman, Carl R. Review: Joel R. Beeke and Mark Jones, A Puritan Theology: Doctrine for Life. 10.
Trueman, Carl R. Some Personal Thought on B. B. Warfield’s Life and Significance: A Lecture. 8.
Van Dixhoorn, Chad B. Antiquary: Rediscovery of the Manuscripts of the Larger Catechism of Westminster Assembly of Divines; with extracts from The Larger Catechism of the Westminster Assembly: A Transcription of the Surviving Manuscripts with Notes. 11.
VanDrunen, David and Jeffrey C. Waddington. Sic et Non. Views in Review: Westminster Seminary California Distinctives? II. The Reformed Two Kingdoms Doctrine. 8.
VanDrunen, David. Pictures of Jesus and the Sovereignty of Divine Revelation: Recent Literature and a Defense of the Confessional Reformed View. 5.
Vanhoozer, Kevin J. Review: Response to James Dolezal: “On the Scope and Scopus of ‘Always Reforming.’” 7.
Venema, Cornel and J. V. Fesko. Sic et Non. Views in Review: II. Westminster Seminary California Distinctives? The Republication of the Covenant of Works. By Cornel Venema with Response by J. V. Fesko. 9.
Venema, Cornelis P. Review: A Response to the Coppes-Gallant Exchange Regarding Paedocommunion. 3.
Venema, Cornelis P. Review: Reply [to Tim Gallant]. 3.
Vogan, Matthew. Review: Ryan M McGraw, The Day of Worship: Reassessing the Christian Life in Light of the Sabbath. 8.
Waddington, Jeffrey C. Must We Believe? Jonathan Edwards and Conscious Faith in Christ. 6.
Waddington, Jeffrey C. On the Shoulders of Giants: Van Til’s Appropriation of Warfield
and Kuyper. 7.
Waddington, Jeffrey C. Review: Chad B. Van Dixhoorn, God’s Ambassadors: The Westminster Assembly and the Reformation of the English Pulpit, 1643–1653. 13.
Waddington, Jeffrey C. Review: Franciscus Junius, The Mosaic Polity. 11.
Waddington, Jeffrey C. Review: J. Todd Billings, Union with Christ: A Doctrine in Contention; Michael Horton, Covenant and Salvation: Union with Christ; Mark A. Garcia, Life in Christ: Union with Christ and the Twofold Grace in Calvin’s Theology. 5.
Waddington, Jeffrey C. Review: Richard C. Gamble, The Whole Counsel of God: Vol. 1, God’s Mighty Acts in the Old Testament. 6.
Waddington, Jeffrey C. Sic et Non. Views in Review: III. Westminster Seminary California Distinctives? II. The Reformed Two Kingdoms Doctrine. With Response by David VanDrunen. 10.
Waddington, Jeffrey C. Which Comes First, the Intellect or the Will? Alvin Plantinga and Jonathan Edwards on a Perennial Question. 11.
Walker, James. In Brief:James Walker’s Assessment of Samuel Rutherford. 5.
Ward, Rowland S. [Orthodox Presbyterian Church], Justification Report of the Committee to Study the Doctrine of Justification. 3.
Ward, Rowland S. Review: Chad Van Dixhoorn, The Minutes and Papers of the Westminster Assembly 1643–1652. 9.
Ward, Rowland S. Review: Lewis Bevens Schenck, The Presbyterian Doctrine of Children in the Covenant. 2.
Ward, Rowland S. Review: Robert Letham, The Westminster Assembly: Reading its Theology in Historical Context. 6.
Ward, Rowland S. Review: Stephen Westerholm, Perspectives Old And New On Paul: The ‘Lutheran’ Paul And His Critics. 1.
Ward, Rowland S. The Basis and Practice of Christian Mission to Jews 1520–1860. 7.
Warfield, B. B. In Brief: Warfield: “Dr. McCosh as a Teacher.” 8.
Warfield, B. B. In Brief: Warfield: On the Expansion of the Seminary. 8.
Warfield, B. B. In Brief: Warfield: Revision Or Reaffirmation? 8.
Waters, Guy Prentiss. Covenant Theology and Recent Interpretation of Paul: Some Reflections. 6.
Waters, Guy Prentiss. Review: Harold W. Hoehner, Ephesians: An Exegetical Commentary. 5.
Waters, Guy Prentiss. Review: Reply to John V. Fesko, Review of Justification and the New Perspectives on Paul. 2.
Waugh, Barry, Thomas H. Law, Thornton Whaling, & A. M. Fraser. Centennial Addresses Commemorating the Birth of the Reverend James Henley Thornwell. 9.
Waugh, Barry. An Appeal to the Young Men of the Presbyterian Church by George Howe (1802–1883). 4.
Waugh, Barry. An Extraordinary Case of the Use of the Extraordinary Clause. 10.
Waugh, Barry. An Introduction to T. V. Moore through his Essay on Juvenile Delinquency. 7.
Waugh, Barry. Antiquary: James Henley Thornwell’s First Pastoral Ministry at the Waxhaw Presbyterian Church. 8.
Waugh, Barry. Carolina Scots, the Westminster Confession, and a Deceased Wife’s Sister. 9.
Waugh, Barry. J. Gresham Machen and LeRoy Gresham: Cousins, Confidants, and Churchmen. 10.
Waugh, Barry. John Calvin on the Fall and the Imago Dei. 13.
Waugh, Barry. The Ministerial Shortage Problem in Presbyterian History & George Howe’s Appeal for More Ministers. 4.
Waugh, Barry. Review: Andrew Hoffecker, Charles Hodge: The Pride of Princeton. 8.
Waugh, Barry. Review: Terry L. Johnson, Worshipping with Calvin: Recovering the Historic Ministry and Worship of Reformed Protestantism and Serving with Calvin: Leading and Planning Services of Worship in the Reformed Church. 12.
Waugh, Barry. William Perkins: Augustine’s Protégé & Father of Puritan Theology. 11.
Weaver, G. Stephen. Review: Richard C. Barcellos, The Lord’s Supper as a Means of Grace: More than a Memory. 10.
Webb, Andrew J. and Chris Coldwell. American Presbyterianism and the Religious Observance of Christmas. 11.
Webb, Andrew J. Review: Robert Traill, Justification Vindicated. 1.
Webb, Andrew J. Samuel Miller’s Pastoral Theology. 8.
Webb, Andrew J. Sic et Non. Views in Review: The Content of Song for the Public Worship of God, Part Two: Inclusive Psalmody. With Response by Dennis J. Prutow. 11.
White, J. Wesley. Review: J. Mark Beach. Christ and the Covenant: Francis Turretin’s Federal Theology as a Defense of the Doctrine of Grace. 4.
White, J. Wesley. The Denial of the Imputation of the Active Obedience of Christ: Piscator on Justification. 3.
White, Wes. Review: Willem J. Van Asselt, et al., Scholastic Discourse: Johannes Maccovius (1588–1644) on Theological and Philosophical Distinctions and Rules. 7.
Willborn, C. N. The Deacon: A Divine Right Office with Divine Uses. 5.
Willborn, C. N. Eschatology and the Westminster Standards. 4.
Willborn, C. N. Family Religion: Adoption in the Reformation Tradition: An Essential Element of the Gospel Message. 13.
Willborn, C. N. The Gospel Work of the Diaconate: A Ministry “Proportioned in Number.” 10.
Willborn, C. N. Hodge and Thornwell: “Princes in Israel.” 8.
Willborn, C. N. James Henley Thornwell: An American Theologian. 9.
Willborn, C. N. The Ministerial and Declarative Powers of the Church and In Thesi Deliverances. 1.
Willborn, C. N. Presbyterians in the South and the Slave: A Study in Benevolence. 3.
Willborn, C. N. Review: Benjamin Morgan Palmer, The Broken Home; or Lessons in Sorrows. 12.
Willborn, C. N. Review: Sean Michael Lucas, Robert Lewis Dabney: A Southern Presbyterian Life. 2.
Willborn, C. N. Review: T. V. Moore, The Last Days of Jesus. 7.
Willborn, C. N. Sanctification, the Law, and Good Works: Their Relationship in the American Reformed Tradition. 11.
Willet, Andrew and William Jones. In Translatiōne: Commendation of Nicholas Bownd’s Sabbathvm veteris et Novi Testamenti. 10.
Willour, Geoffrey L. Is the Westminster Confession’s Doctrine of the Sabbath a Judaizing Doctrine? 12.
Winzer, Matthew. Review: Nick Needham, “Westminster and Worship: Psalms, Hymns? and Musical Instruments?” in The Westminster Confession into the 21st Century, volume 2, ed. J. Ligon Duncan. 4.
Winzer, Matthew. The True History of Paedo-Communion. 3.
Winzer, Matthew. The Westminster Assembly & the Judicial Law: A Chronological Compilation and Analysis. Part Two: Analysis. 5.
Wright, Iain. John Knox and the Reformation by the Rev. Dr. James Begg. 7.
Zanchi, Jerome. In Brief: Zanchius on “Remember the Sabbath day” (cited in Bownd) 12.
Zaspel, Fred G. B. B. Warfield on Creation and Evolution. 6.
Zaspel, Fred G. Princeton and Evolution. 8.