Westminster Theological Journal

WTJ 73:2 (Fall 2011)

Martin Luther’s Two Kingdoms, Law And Gospel, And The Created Order: Was There A Time When The Two Kingdoms Were Not?Jonathon David Beeke
Calvin’s Doctrine Of The Lord’s Supper: A Blot Upon His Labors As A Public Instructor?Ralph Cunnington
“Quasi Deificari”: Deification In The Theology Of John CalvinA. J. Ollerton
Calvin On The “Shared Design” Of The Old And New Testament Authors: The Case Of The Minor ProphetsG. Sujin Pak
A Most Elegant Book: The Natural World In Article 2 Of The Belgic ConfessionGijsbert Van Den Brink
Carl F. H. Henry, Old Princeton, And The Right Use Of Reason: Continuity Or Discontinuity?Paul Kjoss Helseth
Israel’s Recapitulation Of Adam’s Probation Under The Law Of MosesDavid VanDrunen
Priest And King Or Priest-King In 1 Samuel 2:35Karl Deenick
Yahweh’s Poetic “Mishpat” In Israel’s Kingship: A Reassessment Of 1 Samuel 8-12Jerry Hwang
David’s Tent As Temple In Amos 9:11-15: Understanding The Epilogue Of Amos And Considering Implications For The Unity Of The BookJohn Anthony Dunne
Creating A Creation: Ancient Interpretation Of Korah’s Rebellion (Numbers 16-17)Brian P. Luther
Matthew’s Vision Of The Old And New In Jesus: The Social World Of The Matthean Community Vis-À-Vis Matthew’s Understanding Of TorahKangtaek Peter Lee
“Totum Hominem Non Aliud . . . Quam Concupiscentiam”: A Study Of Calvin’s Doctrine Of Concupiscence, With Special Reference To Its Place In His SoteriologyJames B. Weidenaar
John Witherspoon’s Forgotten “Lectures On History And Chronology”: Recognizing The Important Role Of History In The Development Of His Thought And Theology For Navigating Eighteenth-Century Late Protestant Scholasticism, Revivalism, And EnlightenmentRobert S. Null
God Without Parts: Simplicity And The Metaphysics Of Divine AbsolutenessJames E. Dolezal
Reviews Of BooksAnonymous