The Confessional Presbyterian 6 (2010)

CPJ-6-mastheadThis issue is 304 pp. (approx. 281,362 words). This sixth issue of The Confessional Presbyterian journal has perhaps the best looking cover if the editor consensus holds true generally.  In 2010 James J. Cassidy and C. N. Willborn joined the staff to help edit articles and CPJ began to become more of a peer review publication. The issue remains in print.

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Contents.

3.        Heinrich Bullinger on Union with Christ and Justification. By J. V. Fesko

11.        Must We Believe? Jonathan Edwards and Conscious Faith in Christ. By Jeffrey C. Waddington

22.        The Theological Climate of the Early Nineteenth Century and the Founding of a Polemical Seminary at Princeton. By Allen Stanton

31.        Calvin in the Hands of the Philistines, Or, Did Calvin Bowl on the Sabbath? By Chris Coldwell

50.        B. B. Warfield on Creation and Evolution. By Fred G. Zaspel

60.        American Presbyterianism and the Cold War. By Frank J. Smith

97.        Explicit and Implicit Appendixes to Calvin’s View of Justification by Faith. By David W. Hall

108.        Ulrich Zwingli and the Swiss Anabaptists: Sola Scriptura and the Reformation of Christian Worship. By Glen J. Clary

125.        Englishing the Bible: A Confessional Approach. By Benjamin Shaw

132.        The Modern Roman Catholic View of Scripture. By Mark Herzer

145.        The Old Testament and the Comparative Method. By Bryan D. Estelle

167.        Covenant Theology and Recent Interpretation of Paul: Some Reflections. By Guy Prentiss Waters

180.        John Owen on the Study of Theology. By Ryan M. McGraw

196.        The Presence of Divine Persons: Extending the Incarnational Analogy to Impeccability and Inerrancy. By Lane G. Tipton

202         Reviews & Responses: 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 (Lane Keister) 202 ■ Jay E. Adams, Keeping the Sabbath Today? (W. Gary Crampton) 208 ■ Robert Letham, The Westminster Assembly: Reading its Theology in Historical Context (Rowland S. Ward) 219 ■ 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 (Donald John MacLean) 223 ■ Paul Helm, Calvin at the Centre (James E. Dolezal) 229 ■ Richard C. Gamble, The Whole Counsel of God: Vol. 1, God’s Mighty Acts in the Old Testament (Jeffrey C. Waddington) 234 ■ John Currid, Deuteronomy—An Evangelical Press Study Commentary (Jody Lucero) 236 ■ Greg L. Bahnsen, Presuppositional Apologetics: Stated and Defended (W. Gary Crampton) 239 ■ Brian K. Kay, Trinitarian Spirituality: John Owen and the Doctrine of God in Western Devotion (Ryan M. McGraw) 242 ■ Timothy Z. Witmer, The Shepherd Leader (Tom Deatsch) 244 ■

248         Psallo: Psalm 43

250         In Translatiōne: De Brès versus Richardot: A Sixteenth-Century Debate Regarding the Lord’s Supper

263         Antiquary: Westminster Abbey Library: And Other Theological Resources of the Assembly of

Divines (1643–1652)

In Brief: The Regulative Principle: Presbyterian Rule of Worship (124) ■ In Brief: The Breadth of Paul’s Theology (179) ■

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