Puritan Reformed Journal

PRJ 02:1 (Jan 2010)

TitleAuthor
From the EditorsAnonymous
The Jews’ View Of The Old TestamentDavid Murray
An Everlasting House: An Exegesis Of 2 Samuel 7Maarten Kuivenhoven
Applying Christ’s Supremacy: Learning From HebrewsGerald M. Bilkes
Hot Protestants: A Taxonomy Of English PuritanismIan Hugh Clary
John Bunyan And His Relevance For TodayPieter DeVries
Samuel Petto (C. 1624-1711): A Portrait Of A Puritan Pastor TheologianMichael G. Brown
James Durham (1622-1658) And The Free Offer Of The GospelDonald John Maclean
The Ceremonial Or Moral Law: Jonathan Edwards’s Old Perspective On An Old ErrorCraig Biehl
The Theological Foundation And Goal Of Piety In Calvin And ErasmusTimothy J. Gwin
Thomas Watson: The Necessity Of MeditationJennifer C. Neimeyer
Was Samuel Rutherford A Mystic?Robert Arnold
The “Sense Of The Heart”: Edwards’s Public Expression Of His Pietistic Understanding Of Religious ExperienceKarin Spiecker Stetina
John Owen And The Third Mark Of The ChurchStephen Yuille
Jeremiah Burroughs On WorshipJames Davison
Samuel Davies: One Of America’s Greatest Revival PreachersJohn E. Skidmore
A Pastor’s Analysis Of Emphases In Preaching: Two False Dichotomies And Three ConclusionsRyan M. McGraw
“For God’s Glory [And] For The Good Of Precious Souls”: Calvinism And Missions In The Piety Of Samuel Pearce (1766-1799)Michael A. G. Haykin
Handling Error In The ChurchMartin Downes
Interview With Geoff ThomasAnonymous
Practical Lessons From The Life Of Idelette CalvinJoel R. Beeke
The “Little Church”: Raising A Spiritual Family With Jonathan EdwardsPeter Beck
Book ReviewsAnonymous