Puritan Reformed Journal

PRJ 02:2 (Jul 2010)

From The EditorsAnonymous
Our View Of The Old TestamentDavid Murray
The Father’s Love For His SonBartel Elshout
The Age Of The Spirit And RevivalJoel R. Beeke
Jerome Zanchi On Union With Christ And JustificationJ. V. Fesko
Calvin On Sovereignty, Providence, And PredestinationJoel R. Beeke
Puritan Studies In The Twenty-First Century: Preambles And ProjectionsRandall J. Pederson
Reformed, Puritan, And Baptist: A Comparison Of The 1689 London Baptist Confession Of Faith To The 1646 Westminster Confession Of FaithPaul M. Smalley
A Half Reformation: English Puritanism According To Samuel Rutherford (1600-1661)Michael G. Brown
Preparationism As Taught By The PuritansCor Harinck
Jacob Koelman On Thomas Hooker’s The Soules HumiliationPieter L. Rouwendal
Jonathan Edwards And A Divine And Supernatural LightKevin C. Carr
An Uncommon Union: Understanding Jonathan Edwards’s Experimental CalvinismWilliam M. Schweitzer
William Ames And The Church’s Worship: A Puritan’s Analysis Of A “Contemporary” QuestionJonathon D. Beeke
Handling A High Mystery: The Westminster Confession On Preaching PredestinationDaniel R. Hyde
John Owen’s Principles Of NonconformityJames E. Dolezal
Consider Christ In AfflictionJoel R. Beeke
“Surely It Is Worth While”: William Carey’s Personal Application Of His “Enquiry”Nathan A. Finn
On Theological WritingRyan M. McGraw
William S. Plumer On Pastoral WritingRyan M. McGraw
From Confession To Constitution: How The Presbyterians Shaped The First AdmendmentLeah Farish
Book ReviewsAnonymous