Puritan Reformed Journal

PRJ 05:2 (Jul 2013)

TitleAuthor
From The EditorsAnonymous
Mentoring For The Kingdom’s Sake: A Sermon Based On Exodus 18David Van Brugge
The Message Of Obadiah: It’s Going To Be OkayMichael P. V. Barrett
Repentance, Eschatology, And Prophetic Hope: Repentance In The Book Of IsaiahSamuel Emadi
“To Fulfill All Righteousness”: The Saving Merit Of Christ’s ObedienceRichard W. Daniels
John Knox’s Doctrine Of Predestination And Its Practical Application For His EcclesiologyJae-Eun Park
Ready To Receive: Humbling And Softening In William Perkins’s Preparation Of The HeartJ. Stephen Yuille
John Bunyan On JustificationJoel R. Beeke
The Worst Kind Of Thievery? The Puritan Servant-Slave Social Ethic In Richard Baxter And William GougeMaarten Kuivenhoven
Reviving Dead Bones: Contours Of Pietism In The Writings Of Jodocus Van Lodenstein And Philipp SpenerStanley K. McKenzie
Songs Of Suffering And Sanctification: The Hymnody Of Anne SteeleJacob Porter
Worshiping God With Our Minds: Theology As Doxology Among The PuritansPeter Beck
How Biblical Is Biblical Counseling?David P. Murray
The Minister’s HelpmeetJoel R. Beeke
Olive Carey Doke (1891-1972): The Forgotten Pioneer Of Baptist Work In Central AfricaConrad Mbewe
The Heidelberg Catechism As A Confession Of FaithJoel R. Beeke
Shifting Paradigms In Reformed Systematic Theology: A Review Article Of Michael Horton’s “The Christian Faith: A Systematic Theology For Pilgrims On The Way”Ryan M. McGraw
Book ReviewsAnonymous