Puritan Reformed Journal

PRJ 01:2 (Jul 2009)

From The EditorsAnonymous
Bright Shadows (2): Preaching Christ From The Old TestamentDavid P. Murray
Heart-Reading: Recovering A Spiritual Approach To The BibleGerald M. Bilkes
Significance Of Suffering In The Study Of First PeterBrian Golez Najapfour
Love Of The Brethren In First John And Church HistoryMichael A. G. Haykin
“Cur Deus Homo?” A Closer Look At The Atonement Theories Of Peter Abelard And Bernard Of ClairvauxJonathon David Beeke
Calvin On The Promises Of GodPieter DeVries
Omnipotent Sweetness? Puritanism Versus SocinianismJoel M. Heflin
“To Walk According To The Gospel”: The Origin And History Of “The Marrow Of Modern Divinity”William VanDoodewaard
The Reformed Dogmatics Of Kersten Compared With Those Of His Older Contemporaries, Abraham Kuyper And Herman BavinckPieter L. Rouwendal
Calvin As An Experiential PreacherJoel R. Beeke
“Blessedness” In The Piety Of William Perkins: Objective Reality Or Subjective Experience?J. Stephen Yuille
The Biblical-Experimental Foundations Of Jonathan Edwards’s Theology Of Religious Experience, 1720-1723Karin Spiecker Stetina
According To The Custom Of The Ancient Church? Examining The Roots Of John Calvin’s LiturgyDaniel R. Hyde
John Calvin And MissionsDerek Thomas
Five Reasons Why The Sabbath Is Designed For WorshipRyan M. McGraw
Can We Hope For A Neocalvinist-Neopuritan Dialogue?Ray Pennings
Because Men Love Darkness: Culture’s Dangerous Infatuation With HalloweenDavid J. Bissett
Interview With Joel Beeke About Reformed Churches And SeminariesJoel R. Beeke
Theology Of The Old TestamentPieter DeVries
Continuity Or Discontinuity In Evangelical History?Sharon James
Jay E. Adams, Keeping The Sabbath Today?Ryan M. McGraw
The Cambridge Companion To PuritanismRandall J. Pederson
Book ReviewsAnonymous