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Table of Contents for volume 16 (2020)

2. Editorial


3. Archbishop James Ussher (1581–1656): His Life and Work, the Scholarship about Him, and His Significance for Confessional Presbyterians

17 Complete Bibliography of Ussher Secondary Literature
By Harrison Perkins

21. Archbishop Ussher’s Reading List
By Harrison Perkins

33. “The Mysteries of Christ”: James Ussher Among the Puritans, 1626
By Richard Snoddy

52. Archbishop Ussher and Old Testament Chronology
By Benjamin Shaw

59. The Role of ‘The Great Commission’ in the Apostolic Churches
By Stewart E. Lauer

67. David Dickson’s Sermons on Jeremiah’s Lamentations (1628)
84 David Dickson: A Provisional Bibliography
By Matthew A. Vogan

93. The Westminster Assembly and 17th Century English Radicalism: Resolutions and Reformations
By Clif Daniell

109. The Westminster Assembly & Jus Divinum Regiminis Ecclesiastici
By Chris Coldwell

125. In Pursuit of an Owenian Pastoral Theology: An Examination of John Owen’s Ordination Sermons
By Angelo O. Valle

143. Account of the Controversy respecting The Marrow of Modern Divinity
By Thomas M‘Crie

185. 400th Anniversary of the Pilgrim landing at Plymouth Rock
By Frank J. Smith

193. A Sermon on Mark 16:14–20 at the General Assembly, Louisville, Ky, May 15, 1879
By Thomas E. Peck

201. The Soul of the Church: The Church’s Spiritual Mission
By C. N. Willborn

210. Neighborhood and Brotherhood: From Elements of Truth, volume 2 (1915)
By Robert Alexander Webb

217 Reviews & Responses: David Fergusson and Mark W. Elliot (eds.), The History of Scottish Theology, 3 vols. (Harrison Perkins) 217 ■ Kirk R. MacGregor, Contemporary Theology: An Introduction (Zachary Groff) 219 ■ Harrison Perkins, Catholicity and the Covenant of Works: James Ussher and the Reformed Tradition (J. V. Fesko) 222 ■ Jay T.Collier, Debating Perseverance: The Augustinian Heritage in Post-Reformation England (Thomas Haviland-Pabst) 223 ■ Sam Waldron, The Crux of the Free Offer: A Biblical, Confessional, and Theological Explanation and Defence of the Well-Meant Offer of the Gospel (Daniel Ritchie) 226 ■ Jordan Cooper, “Prolegomena: A Defense of the Scholastic Method” A Contemporary Protestant Scholastic Theology (Angelo O. Valle) 233 ■ Benjamin Shaw, Ecclesiastes: Life in a Fallen World (Lane Keister) 237 ■

239 Psallo: Psalm 82:1–8

244 Opuscula Selecta: Canons of the Apostles as Copied from the Ancient and Catholic Books, from the Magdeburg Centuries, volume 1, part II.

256 Antiquary: The Identity of W. A. & Other Bibliographical Mysteries in Jus Divinum Regiminis Ecclesiastici (1646–1654)

264 Bibliography

278 The Editors

278 Et Mortuus Adhuc Per Eam Loquitur: David Dickson on Lamentations 1:9.

In Brief: Did James Ussher Visit Samuel Rutherford? (56–58) ■ In Brief: James Ussher, The Infallible Marks of a True Visible Church. (66) ■ In Brief: Exhortation to the Five Independent Brethren. Extract from George Gillespie, Wholesome Severity Reconciled with Christian Liberty (1645). (107–108) ■ In Brief: An excerpt from James Ussher’s Manuscript Sermon on 2 Corinthians 6:1, which he preached on October 20, 1651 (142) ■ In Brief: In Defense of the Traditional Ending of Mark (200) ■ In Brief: David Dickson on Psalm 82:1 8. (243) ■

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