The Confessional Presbyterian Journal volume 7 (2011)It is hard to believe this is the seventh year for The Confessional Presbyterian journal; and the amount of material we have been pleased to present currently extends to six issues (2005–2010) amounting to about 1,700 double column pages. We have presented a wide range of material including original research in different topics, including on the Westminster Assembly and Standards.

The 2011 issue is available in our online store. The contents are as follows:

3.    Holy Communion in the Theology of John Knox
By Glen J. Clary
25.    John Knox and the Reformation by the Rev. Dr. James Begg
By Iain Wright
41.    The Early Reformation in Scotland
By W. Duncan Rankin
47.    Reformed Presbyterian Criticism of the 1859 Ulster Revival’s Impact on Worship and Church Order
By Daniel Ritchie
65.    1812–1822: The Development of Princeton’s Polemic
By Allen Stanton
77.    The Calvinistic Soteriology of Jonathan Dickinson
By Gary Steward
87.    An Introduction to T. V. Moore through his Essay on Juvenile Delinquency
By Barry Waugh
99.    The Basis and Practice of Christian Mission to Jews 1520–1860
By Rowland S. Ward
111.    The Benediction in Corporate Worship
By Ryan M. McGraw
123.    The Abrahamic Covenant and the Kingdom of God
By Jeong Koo Jeon
139.    On the Shoulders of Giants: Van Til’s Appropriation of Warfield
and Kuyper
By Jeffrey C. Waddington
147.    The Modal Transcendental Argument for God’s Existence
By David Reiter
153.    The Lord and His Messengers: Toward a Trinitarian Interpretation of Malachi 3:1–4
By Camden M. Bucey

164    Reviews & Responses: Michael Horton, The Christian Faith: A Systematic Theology for Pilgrims on the Way (Wes Bredenhof) 164 ■ Kevin J. Vanhoozer, Remythologizing Theology: Divine Action, Passion, and Authorship (James E. Dolezal) 167 ■ Response: “On the Scope and Scopus of ‘Always Reforming,’ A Response to James Dolezal” (Kevin Vanhoozer) 172 ■ Surrejoinder to Kevin Vanhoozer (James E. Dolezal) 175 ■ Paul Helm, Eternal God: A Study of God Without Time, 2nd ed. (Patrick Arnold) 178 ■ Willem J. Van Asselt, et al., Scholastic Discourse: Johannes Maccovius (1588–1644) on Theological and Philosophical Distinctions and Rules (Wes White) 183 ■ T. V. Moore, The Last Days of Jesus (C. N. Willborn) 185 ■ Paul C. Gutjahr, Charles Hodge: Guardian of American Orthodoxy (James Cassidy) 187 ■ J. Knox Chamblin, Matthew: A Mentor Commentary (W. Gary Crampton) 190 ■ Eric L. Johnson, Foundations for Soul Care: A Christian Psychology Proposal (Daniel F. Patterson) 195 ■ J. V. Fesko, Last Things First: Unlocking Genesis 1–3 with the Christ of Eschatology (Ryan McGraw) 200 ■ W. Gary Crampton, From Paedobaptism to Credobaptism: A Critique of the Westminster Standards on the Subjects of Baptism (J. V. Fesko) 203 ■ Response (W. G. Crampton) 206 ■ Surrejoinder to Dr. Crampton’s Response (J. V. Fesko) 210 ■ Douglas Bond, The Mighty Weakness of John Knox and D. M. Lloyd-Jones and Iain Murray, John Knox and the Reformation (Lane Keister) 211 ■
213    Psallo: Psalm 116
216    In Translatiōne: The Preface to the Constance Hymnbook by Joannem Zwick
230    Antiquary: The James Durham MSS Part II
232    Bibliography
253    The Editors and Contributing Editors
.    In Brief: T. V. Moore’s Twenty Hints for a Happy Family (97) ■ In Brief: Robert Baillie on the Chiliasm of Archer, Burroughs and Goodwin (110) ■ In Brief: Thomas Goodwin on God’s Blessing His People (122)

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Chris Coldwell, General Editor & Publisher
James J. Cassidy and C. N. Willborn, Editors, Articles
Lane Keister, Editor, Reviews & Responses

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