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Collectively known as the Princeton Theological Review, this collection includes every issue of the Biblical Repertory, Biblical Repertory and Theological Review, Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review, Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review, Princeton Review, New Princeton Review, Presbyterian and Reformed Review, and the Princeton Theological Review—all 443 issues published between 1825–1929.

This premier Christian journal was started by Charles Hodge in 1825 and had a publication run of over 100 years. The Princeton Theological Review was at the center of the most important issues concerning Reformed Christianity in the nineteenth century. You’ll find contributions from every person in the tradition of Old Princeton, including giants such as Warfield, Hodge, Vos, and numerous others. You’ll have access to reviews and engagement with the most important theological literature of the nineteenth century. You also get first-hand access to the debates over biblical inerrancy, creation and evolution, slavery, politics, and much more.

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Key Features

  • Over 82,000 pages
  • Thousands of articles and reviews
  • Includes giants such as Archibald Alexander, B. B. Warfield, Charles Hodge, A. A. Hodge, and numerous others
  • 104 years, 443 issues of this premier academic journal

Individual Titles

Biblical Repertory (17 issues)

  • Publication Dates: (1825–1828)
  • Biblical Repertory 1825, vol. 1, no. 1
    1. Translation of Beckii Monogrammata Hermeneutices N.T.
    2. Translation of Tittmann on Historical Interpretation
 
  • Biblical Repertory 1825, vol. 1 no. 2
    1. Henricus Ehrenfried Warnekros on the Fertility of Palestine and Its Principle Advantages, Compared with Those of Egypt
    2. Extract from Staeudlin's Geschichte der Theologischen Wissenschaften
    3. Knappius de Spiritu Sancto et Christo Paracletis Item de Varia Protestate Vocabulorum, ΠΑΡΑΚΑΛΕΙΝ, ΠΑΡΑΚΑΗΣΙΣ, ΠΑΡΑΚΑΗΤΟΣ
    4. Warburton on Types and Secondary Senses, from His Divine Legation of Moses
 
  • Biblical Repertory 1825, vol. 1, no. 3
    1. Remarks upon a New Translation of the Bible
    2. Morus on the Style of the New Testament
    3. Henricus Ehrenfried Warnekros on the Fertility of Palestine
    4. On the Population of Palestine, from Michaelis' Law of Moses
 
  • Biblical Repertory 1825, vol. 1, no. 4
    1. Remarks upon a New Translation of the Bible, (concluded)
    2. Critical Reflections on the Unitarian Version of the New Testament
 
  • Biblical Repertory 1826, vol. 2, no. 1
    1. Extract from Dr. Bentley's Phileleutherus Lipsiensis
    2. Laurence's Remarks upon Griesbach's Classification of Manuscripts
    3. Storr on the Word ΠΑΗΡΩΜΑ
    4. On the Antiquity of Coined Money
    5. On the Genuineness of Isaiah's Prophecies, Extracted from Jahn's Einleitung ins Alte Testament
 
  • Biblical Repertory 1826, vol. 2, no. 2
    1. Analytical Comparison of the Sanskrit, Greek, Latin, and Teutonic Languages, from the Annals of Oriental Literature
    2. Geo. Chr. Knapp's Dissertation on 2 Peter 1:19–21
    3. An Account of the Life and Writings of John David Michaels from Eichhorn's Allgemeine Bibliothek
    4. Synopsis of Biblical Criticism: The Antiquity and History of the Hebrew Language
 
  • Biblical Repertory 1826, vol. 2, no. 3
    1. Herder's Introductory Dialogue on The Spirit of Hebrew Poetry
    2. Analytical Comparison of the Sanskrit, Greek, Latin, and Teutonic Languages, from the Annals of Oriental Literature, (concluded)
    3. The State of the Protestant Church in Germany, by Hugh James Rose
 
  • Biblical Repertory 1826, vol. 2, no. 4
    1. The State of the Protestant Church in Germany, by Hugh James Rose (continued)
    2. Herder's Dialogues on The Spirit of Hebrew Poetry, (continued)
    3. On the Jewish Pentateuch, an Extract from Jahn's Einleitung ins Alte Testament
 
  • Biblical Repertory 1827, vol. 3, no. 1
    1. The State of the Protestant Church in Germany, by Hugh James Rose (continued)
    2. On the Mode of Catechetical Instruction Pursued by the Apostles, an Extract from J. G. Walch's Miscellanea Sacra
    3. Five Tracts on the Interpretation of Scriptures, from Jo. Aug. Ernest's Opuscula Philologica Critica
 
  • Biblical Repertory 1827, vol. 3, no. 2
    1. On the Difficulty Attending the Grammatical Interpretation of the New Testament
    2. Refutation of the Papists, in Relation to the Interpretation of the Scriptures, Extracted from the Works of John Alphonso Turretin
    3. Gleanings
 
 
  • Biblical Repertory 1827, vol. 3, no. 4
    1. On Miracles, from F. V. Reinhard's Opuscula Academica
    2. Illustrations of the Elementary Principles of the Structure of Language, from the Quarterly Journal of Science, Literature, and Arts
    3. The Difficulties of Romanism in regard to the Claim of Infallibility, from Faber's Difficulties of Romanism
    4. On the Gospel of John, Extracted from Eichhorn's Einleitung in das Neue Testament
    5. Gleanings
 
  • Biblical Repertory 1828, vol. 4, no. 1
    1. The History of Theology in the Eighteenth Century, by Dr. Augustus Tholuck, Professor of Theology in the University of Halle
    2. Preface to the Translation of Hosea, by Bishop Horsely
    3. Gleanings
 
  • Biblical Repertory 1828, vol. 4, no. 2
    1. The History of Theology in the Eighteenth Century, by Dr. Augustus Tholuck, Professor of Theology in the University of Halle, (continued)
    2. Gleanings
 
  • Biblical Repertory 1828, vol. 4, no. 3
    1. The Life of Kant, by Professor Stapfer of Paris
    2. On the Acts of the Apostles, from Hug's Einleitung ins N. Test.
    3. Horsely's Discourses on Prophecy
    4. Miscellaneous Articles
 
  • Biblical Repertory 1828, vol. 4, no. 4
    1. Extracts
    2. On the Song of Solomon, from der Evangelischen-Kirchen Zeitung
    3. Horsely's Discourses on Prophecy, (continued)
    4. Travels of Professor Scholz
    5. The Populousness of the Antidiluvian World Considered, by Rev. Luther Halsey
    6. Notice of Doctor Castell, from Todd's Life of the Bishop Walton
 
  • Biblical Repertory 1829, vol. 5, no. 1
    1. Flatt's Dissertation on the Deity of Christ, Translated from the Latin
    2. Introductory Lecture Delivered in the Theological Seminary, Princeton, N. J. Nov. 7, 1828, by Charles Hodge
    3. The Bible, A Key to the Phenomena of the Natural World
    4. Church Government in Prussia
    5. New Publications
    6. Review of the Arguments and Theories of Antitrinitarians, Being the Second Section of Flatt's Dissertation on the Deity of Christ
    7. The Mosaic History Accordant with the Existing State of Things
    8. History and Religious Opinions of the Druses
    9. Four Discourses on the Sacrifice and Priesthood of Jesus Christ and On the Atonement and Redemption, by John Pye Smith
    10. Witsius on the Councils of the Hebrews
    11. Review: Leben des Erasmus von Rotterdam. Mit einleitenden Betrachtungen uber die analoge Entwickelung der Menschheit und des einzelnen Menschen, non Adolf Muller
    12. A Hebrew Chrestomathy, Designed as the First Volume of a Course of Hebrew Study, by Moses Stuart
    13. Jahn's Hebrew Commonwealth
    14. Brown's Theory of Cause and Effect
    15. The General Assembly's Board of Education and the American Education Society
    16. Public Education
    17. Church Music, Considered in Reference to Its Original Design and Its Present State
    18. On the Sonship of Christ
    19. Correspondence of the General Assembly with Foreign Churches
    20. The Difficulties of Romanism, by George Stanley Faber
    21. The Sacred Poetry of the Early Christians
    22. Examination of the Review of the American Education Society
    23. Remarks of the Editors on the Foregoing Strictures

Biblical Repertory and Theological Review (27 vols.)

  • Publication Dates: (1829–1836)
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1830, vol. 2, no. 1
    1. Review on the Scripture Doctrine of the Second Advent, by Rev. John Fry
    2. An Essay on the Invalidity of Presbyterian Ordination, by John Esten Cooke
    3. The Early History of Pelagianism
    4. The Means of Repentance
    5. Professor Stuart's Postscript to His Letter to the Editors of the Biblical Repertory
    6. Notices of New Publications
    7. Select List of Recent Publications
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1830, vol. 2, no. 2
    1. Provincial Letters; Containing an Exposure of the Reasoning and Morals of the Jesuits, by Blaise Pascal
    2. Elements of Mental and Moral Science, by George Payne
    3. The American Sunday School Union
    4. Remarks on a Certain Extreme in Pursuing the Temperance Cause
    5. Regeneration, and the Manner of its Occurrence, by Samuel H. Cox
    6. Lectures on the Shorter Catechism of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, addressed to Youth, by Ashbel Green
    7. Letter of Dr. Cooke, and Reply of the Editors
    8. Select List of Recent Publications
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1830, vol. 2, no. 3
    1. Essays and Dissertations in Biblical Literature
    2. The Works of Dugald Stewart by Dugald Stewart
    3. Character of the Present Age
    4. A Letter from a Blacksmith to the Ministers and Elders of the Church of Scotland
    5. Life of Augustus Hermann Francke
    6. Inquiries Respecting the Doctrine of Imputation
    7. Select List of Recent Publications
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1831, vol. 3, no. 1
    1. Review of Woods on Inspiration
    2. Manual Labour Schools
    3. Hints Concerning Prayer Meetings
    4. Suggestions in Vindication of the Temperance Society
    5. Review of Professor Stuart's Letter to William E. Channing
    6. The American Quarterly Review on Sunday Mails
    7. Modern Judaism, by Isaac Leeser
    8. Select List of Recent Publications
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1831, vol. 3, no. 2
    1. Review of Dr. Matthew's Letters
    2. Works of John Howe
    3. What Constitutes a Call to the Gospel Ministry?
    4. Arabs of the Desert
    5. Memoir and Sermons of the Rev. Edward Payson, D. D.
    6. Review of the People's Right Defended
    7. The Annunciation of Messiah to Our First Parents
    8. Thoughts on the Mental and Moral Character of Christian Ministers
    9. Select List of Recent Publications
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1831, vol. 3, no. 3
    1. Review of Sprague's Lectures to Young People
    2. Advancement of Society
    3. Practical Remarks on Self-Deception in Matters of Religion
    4. Greece and the Greek Church
    5. An Address to the Students of the Theological Seminary at Princeton
    6. An Inquiry into that Inability Under Which the Sinner Labours, and Whether It Furnishes Any Excuse for His Neglect of Duty
    7. The Religious Prospects of France
    8. The Seventh Annual Report of the American Sunday School Union
    9. The Christian Spectator on the Doctrine of Imputation
    10. Select List of Recent Publications
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1831, vol. 3, no. 4
    1. Biblical Eloquence and Poetry
    2. Reviews
    3. Letters on Missions, by William Swan
    4. Reply of Dr. Cox
    5. Remarks on Dr. Cox's Communication
    6. Reviews
    7. Short Notices of Recent Publications
    8. Select List of Recent Publications
    9. American Sunday School Union
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1832, vol. 4, no. 1
    1. Rites and Worship of the Early Christian Church
    2. The Present Condition and Prospects of the Presbyterian Church
    3. Hengetenberg's Vindication of the Book of Daniel
    4. Domestic Missions
    5. Babington on Education
    6. God Himself the Ultimate End of all Things
    7. Character of the Present Age
    8. Short Notices of Recent Publications
    9. Select List of Recent Publications
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1832, vol. 4, no. 2
    1. Book on the Soul, by T. H. Gallaudet
    2. The Character of the Genuine Theologian
    3. On the Use and Abuse of Systematic Theology
    4. Arabic and Persian Lexicography
    5. Historical Statements of the Koran
    6. On Certain Errors of Pious Students in our Colleges
    7. Articles of the Synod of Dort
    8. Memoir of the Rev. Joseph Stibbs Christmas, By E. Lord
    9. Gibbs' Manual Lexicon
    10. The New Divinity Tried, by Charles G. Finney
    11. Select List of Recent Publications
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1832, vol. 4, no. 3
    1. Christian Obligation with Respect to the Conversion of the World
    2. Remarks on the Uses of Chastisement
    3. Paris De La Philosophie, by Par M. V. Cousin
    4. The Duty of the Church in Relation to Sunday Schools
    5. Essays on the Foundation and Publication of Opinions, and on other Subjects
    6. The Life and Times of John Livingston
    7. Select List of Recent Publications
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1832, vol. 4, no. 4
    1. Sprague on Revivals
    2. An Address, by Gardiner Spring
    3. The Importance of the Sabbath as a Civil Institution
    4. Remarks on Galatians
    5. De Sacy's Arabic Grammar
    6. View of the Valley of the Mississippi
    7. Education Cause
    8. Select List of Recent Publications
    9. Hebrew Grammar
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1833, vol. 5, no. 1
    1. Survey of Modern German Works on Interpretation
    2. The Religious Condition of Holland
    3. A General View of the Progress of Ethical Philosophy, Chiefly During the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, by James Mackintosh
    4. Institutes of Ecclesiastical History, Ancient and Modern, in Four Books, by John Laurence von Mosheim. Translated by James Murdock.
    5. The Annual of the Board of Education of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States, by John Breckinridge
    6. The Evidences of Christianity in Their External Division, Exhibited in a Course of Lectures, by Charles P. M'Ilvaine
    7. Suggestions of Theological Students, on Some of Those Traits of Character, Which the Spirit of the Age Renders Peculiarly Important in the Ministers of the Gospel
    8. Gall's Lesson System of Education
    9. Select List of Recent Publications
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1833, vol. 5, no. 2
    1. The Life of William Farel, by Melchior Kirchhofer
    2. Theories of Education
    3. The Racovian Catechism
    4. A Treatise on the Millennium, by George Bush
    5. Notice of Cyril, Patriarch of Constantinople
    6. Common Schools
    7. Roman Catholicism
    8. Memoir of Julius Charles Rieu
    9. The Sixteenth Annual Report of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Color of the United States
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1833, vol. 5, no. 3
    1. Hints on Colonization and Abolition; with Reference to the Black Race
    2. On the Proper Time for the Admission of Recent Converts to the Full Communion of the Church
    3. Dangerous Innovations
    4. An Apology for Conforming to the Protestant Episcopal Church, Contained in a Series of Letters Addressed to the Reverend Benjamin T. Onderdonk, by Thomas S. Brittan
    5. Remarks on Independence of Thought, Addressed to Candidates for the Ministry
    6. Standard Works of the Rev. William Jay, of Argyle Chapel, Bath
    7. A Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans, by Moses Stuart
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1833, vol. 5, no. 4
    1. Quakerism Not Christianity, or, Reasons for Renouncing the Doctrine of Friends, by Samuel Hanson Cox
    2. A Short Treatise of the Scapular
    3. The Call to the Foreign Service
    4. Memoir of the Rev. George Buarder
    5. A Treatise on the Parables of our Lord; by the Rev. Frederick Gustavus Lisco, of Berlin
    6. The British Reformers. Writings of the Rev. Thomas Becon, Chaplain to Archbishop Cranmer, and Prebendary of Canterbury
    7. Philip Melanchthlon's opinions respecting Sin. Translated from his Common Places
    8. List of Recent Publications
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1834, vol. 6, no. 1
    1. Remarks on the Epistles of Ignatius
    2. Narrative of Facts, Characterizing the Supernatural Manifestations in Members of Mr. Irving's Congregation, and Other Individuals in England and Scotland; and Formerly in the Writer Himself, by Robert Baxter
    3. Memoir of James Brainerd Taylor, by John Holt Rice
    4. Catechism of the Council of Trent, translated by J. Donovan
    5. Notices of the Monosyllabic Languages of South Eastern Asia
    6. A Brief Sketch of an Argument Respecting the Nature of Scriptural, and the Importance and Necessity of Numerous, Rapid, Frequent, Powerful, and Extensive Revivals of Religion
    7. A Short Narrative of the Extraordinary Work of Grace at Cambuslang in Scotland; in a Letter to a Friend
    8. Select List of Recent Publications
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1834, vol. 6, no. 2
    1. An Address Delivered before the Alumni Association of Nassau Hall, by John Sergeant
    2. The Religious Obligations of Parents
    3. The Bible the Christian's Standard
    4. Decorum Due to Public Worship
    5. Reflections on the Life and Character of Balaam
    6. The Life of William Farel, Prepared from Original Authorities, by Melchior Kirchhofer
    7. A Brief Account of the Chaldee Targums. From the Latin of Leusden
    8. The Sinner's Ability to Obey God, if He Will, by Mr. Perkins
    9. Lachmann's New Testament, by Charles Hodge
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1834, vol. 6, no. 3
    1. The Case of the Dissenters, in a Letter addressed to the Lord Chancellor
    2. Tholuck's Interpretation of the Sermon on the Mount
    3. Bodily Affections Produced by Religious Excitement
    4. Evidences of a New Heart
    5. The Fundamental Principles of Evangelical Pietism, by Dr. C. G. Bretschneider
    6. The Life of the Rev. Rowland Hill, by Edwin Sidney
    7. Hints towards a More Complete Organization of Particular Churches, with Reference to Christian Activity
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1834, vol. 6, no. 4
    1. Guerike's Manual of Church History
    2. Brief Memoir of the Late Rezeau Brown, A. M.
    3. Memoir of Roger Williams, the Founder of the State of Rhode Island, by James D. Knowles
    4. Cornelius Jansenius; and the Controversies on Grace, in the Roman Catholic Church
    5. Wolf's Anti-Homeric Theory, as applied to the Pentateuch
    6. The Act and Testimony
    7. The Church Establishment of England
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1835, vol. 7, no. 1
    1. The Established Church of Scotland, with an Account of the Secession of the Same
    2. Review: Necessity of Popular Education as a National Object: With Hints on the Treatment of Criminals, and Observations on Homicidal Insanity, by James Simpson
    3. The Present State and Prospects of the Presbyterian Church
    4. Review of Bush's Commentary on the Book of Psalms
    5. New Ecclesiastical Law
    6. The Lord Jesus Christ the Example of the Minister
    7. Act and Testimony
    8. Sketches of Society and Manners in Great Britain and Ireland
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1835, vol. 7, no. 2
    1. Notes, Explanatory and Practical, on the Gospels; Designed for Sunday School Teachers and Bible Classes, by Albert Barnes
    2. The Doctrine of Appeals and Complaints
    3. New Ecclesiastical Law
    4. The Scottish Seceders
    5. A Grammar of the New Testament Dialect, by M. Stuart
    6. Episcopacy Tested by Scripture, by Henry U. Onderdonk
    7. Annual of the Board of Education of the Presbyterian Church in the United States: A New Year's Offering for 1835
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1835, vol. 7, no. 3
    1. A Grammar of the Hebrew Language; with a Brief Chrestomathy, for the Use of Beginners, by George Bush
    2. The Moral Influence of the Cross
    3. The Elements of Moral Science, by Francis Wayland
    4. A Treatise on the Means of Communicating the Learning and Civilization of Europe to India, by C. E. Trevelyan
    5. The Previous Question
    6. The General Assembly of 1835
    7. Lectures on Revivals of Religion, by Charles G. Finney
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1835, vol. 7, no. 4
    1. Address Delivered to the Theological Students of the Princeton Seminary, N. J., at the Close of the Semi-annual Examination in May, 1835, by Ashbel Green, D. D.
    2. An Essay on Native Depravity, by Leonard Woods
    3. Bible Natural History; or a Description of the Animals, Plants, and Minerals, Mentioned in the Sacred Scriptures, by Francis A. Ewing
    4. A Discourse on the Apostolic Office
    5. A Narrative of the Visit to the American Churches by the Deputation from the Congregational Union of England and Wales, by Andrew Reed
    6. Lectures on Revivals of Religion by Charles G. Finney
    7. On the Extent of the Atonement, in its Relation to God and the Universe, by Thomas W. Jenkyn
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1836, vol. 8, no. 1
    1. Ernesti Friderici Caroli Rosenülleri: Scholia in Vetus Testamentum
    2. Christian Union; or an Argument for the Abolition of Sects, by Abraham Van Dyck
    3. Commentary of the Epistle of Paul to the Romans, by L. J. Rueckert
    4. The Man of Faith, or the Harmony of Christian Faith and Christian Character, by John Abercrombie
    5. Christologie des Alten Testaments und Commentar über die Messianischen Weissagungen der Propheten, by E. W. Hengstenberg
    6. The Most Suitable Name for the Christian Sabbath
    7. The Life of Michael Servetus
    8. Descriptive Catalogue of Books, and Other Publications of the American Sunday School Union
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1836, vol. 8, no. 2
    1. The English Bible, by John W. Nevin
    2. Toleration: A Discourse Delivered in St. John's Church, Brooklyn, on Thanksgiving day, December 10, 1835, by Evan M. Johnson
    3. On the Atonement and Intercession of Jesus Christ, by William Symington
    4. The Life of Harlan Page, by William A. Hallock
    5. The Practical Church Member: Being a Guide to the Principles and Practice of the Congregational Churches of New England
    6. Slavery, by William E. Channing
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1836, vol. 8, no. 3
    1. Select Notices of the Present State of Religion and Religious Literature in Some Countries of Europe
    2. Balfour's Enquiry
    3. Modern Miracles and Wonders
    4. Perpetuity of the Church
    5. Requisite Qualifications of a Ministry Adapted to the Wants of the West
    6. Thoughts on the Religious State of the Country, by Calvin Colton
    7. The General Assembly of 1836
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Theological Review 1836, vol. 8, no. 4
    1. A Practical View of Regeneration
    2. Thoughts on Evangelizing the World, by Thomas H. Skinner
    3. Letters on the Difficulties of Religion, by Catherine E. Beecher
    4. Martin Luther at the Diet of Worms
    5. The Library of Christian Knowledge
    6. The Life of Augustine
    7. Notices of New Publications

Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review (140 issues)

  • Publication Dates: (1837–1871)
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1837, vol. 9, no. 1
    1. Protestantism
    2. Review: The Life of John Calvin, the Great Reformer, vol. 1, by Paul Henry
    3. A Hebrew and English Lexicon of the Old Testament, Including the Biblical Chaldee, by Edward Robinson
    4. A Plea for Voluntary Societies and a Defence of the Decisions of the General Assembly of 1836 Against the Strictures of the Princeton Review and Others, by John S. Taylor
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1837, vol. 9, no. 2
    1. The Reformation in Hungary and Transylvania
    2. Gleanings from the German Periodicals
    3. Views in Theology by Lyman Beecher
    4. A Discussion of the Question: Is the Roman Catholic Religion, in Any or in All its Principles of Doctrines, Inimical to Civil or Religious Liberty? by John Hughes
    5. The Greek Testament, with English Notes, Critical, Philological, and Exegetical, by S. T. Bloomfield
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1837, vol. 9, no. 3
    1. The Life of Jerome Savonrola
    2. A Recovered Tract of President Devies
    3. Views in Theology by Lyman Beecher (continued)
    4. General Assembly of 1837
    5. Notice
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1837, vol. 9, no. 4
    1. A Course of Legal Study, Addressed to Students and the Profession Generally, by David Hoffman
    2. Lectures Illustrating the Contrast Between true Christianity and Various Other Systems, by William B. Sprague
    3. The Doctrine of Predestination Truly and Fairly Stated, by Samuel Blair
    4. Critical Remarks on an Alleged Interpolation in Isaiah 7:8
    5. Lectures on the Atheistic Controversy, by B. Godwin
    6. Decline of Religion, and its Causes, by Evan M. Johnson
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1838, vol. 10, no. 1
    1. Melancthon's Letters
    2. The Importance of Peculiar Attention on the Part of Ministers of the Gospel to the Children of Their Charge
    3. Remarks on the Disuse of Expository Preaching
    4. Incidents of Travel in Egypt, Arabia Petræa, and the Holy Land
    5. Tracts for the Times
    6. Physical Theory of Another Life
    7. A Narrative of Missionary Enterprises in the South Sea Islands, with Remarks upon the Natural History of the Islands, Origin, Languages, Traditions, and Usages of the Inhabitants, by John Williams
    8.  
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1838, vol. 10, no. 2
    1. A Compendium of Christian Antiquities: being a brief view of the Orders, Rites, Laws, and Customs of the Ancient Church in the Early Ages, by C. S. Henry
    2. Embassy to the Eastern Courts of Cochin China, Siam, and Muscat, by Edmund Roberts
    3. A Critical Grammar of Hebrew Language, by Isaac Nordheimer
    4. A Picture of India, Geographical, Historical, and Descriptive, by Robert Mudie
    5. Facts and Observations Concerning the Organization and State of the Churches in the Three Synods of the Western Reserve, by James Wood
    6. Graphics: A Manual of Drawing and Writing, by Rembrandt Peale
    7. An Examination of Pheronology, by Thomas Sewall
    8.  
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1838, vol. 10, no. 3
    1. The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, by William Tyndale, the Martyr
    2. The Music of Nature, by William Gardiner
    3. The History of the Church of Scotland, from the Establishment of the Reformation to the Revolution by George Cook
    4. The Application of the Roman Alphabet to All the Oriental Languages
    5. Constitution of the American and Foreign Bible Society
    6. The General Assembly of 1838
    7. Quarterly List of New Books and Pamphlets
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1838, vol. 10, no. 4
    1. Mr.H. Everett's Report on Indian Affairs
    2. A Historical Sketch, or Compendious View of Domestic and Foreign Missions in the Presbyterian Church of the United States of America, by Ashbel Green
    3. The Authenticity of the Pentateuch demonstrated, by E. W. Hengstenberg
    4. The Life of William Wilberforce, by Robert Isaac Wilberforce
    5. An Account of the Present State of the Island of Puerto Rico, by Colonel Flinter
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1839, vol. 11, no. 1
    1. Life of Joseph Brant Thayendanegea, by William L. Stone
    2. Bible Class Manual: or System of Theology, by John M'Dowell
    3. Elements of Psychology, by Victor Cousin
    4. Fragments from the Study of a Pastor
    5. General History of Civilization in Europe, from the Fall of the Roman Empire to the French Revolution
    6. Quarterly List of New Books and Pamphlets
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1839, vol. 11, no. 2
    1. The Chinese: A General Description of the Empire of China and its Inhabitants
    2. Claims of the Gospel Ministry to an Adequate Support
    3. The Scripture Guide: a Familiar Introduction to the Study of the Bible
    4. Mammon or Covetousness the Sin of the Christian Church, by John Harris
    5. Memoirs of Mrs. Hawkes, late of Islington, by Catharine Cecil
    6. Notes, Critical and Practical, on the Book of Genesis; Designed as a General Help to Biblical Reading and Instruction, by George Bush
    7. Quarterly List of New Books and Pamphlets
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1839, vol. 11, no. 3
    1. Concordantiae Librorum Veteris Testamenti Sacrorum Hebraicae atque Chaldaicae
    2. The Life of John Calvin, the Great Reformer, by Paul Henry
    3. A Brief History and Vindication of the Doctrine received and established in the Churches of New England, by Thomas Clap
    4. Sermons by the Late Rev. Edward D. Griffin, edited by William B. Sprague
    5. General Assembly of 1839
    6. Quarterly List of New Books and Pamphlets
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1839, vol. 11, no. 4
    1. "The Intermediate State," a Sermon by the Rev. Reuben Sherwood of Hyde Park
    2. Ancient Fragments of the Phoenician, Chaldaean, Egyptian, Tyrian, Carthaginian, Indian, Persian, and Other Writers; with an Introductory Dissertation, by Isaac Preston Cory
    3. Travels in South Eastern Asia, by Howard Malcom
    4. The Present Conflict between the Civil and Ecclesiastical Courts Examined, by Andrew Gray
    5. A Dictionary of the Anglo-Saxon Language, by J. Bosworth
    6. Decretum Synodi Nationalis Ecclesiarum Reformatarum Galliae initio Anni 1645
    7. Moral Machinery Simplified, by Parsons Cooke
    8. Obligations of the World to the Bible: A Series of Lectures to Young Men, by Gardiner Spring
    9. Letters to the Rev. Professor Stuart, Comprising Remarks on his Essay on Sin, by Daniel Dana
    10. Quarterly List of New Books and Pamphlets
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1840, vol. 12, no. 1
    1. The Signs of the Times: a Series of Discourses delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Philadephia, by Cornelius C. Cuyler
    2. Letters on the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, by Samuel Bayard
    3. A Discourse on the Latest Form of Infidelity
    4. The Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, and its Consequences to the Protestant Churches of France and Italy, by William S. Martien
    5. Report of the Presbyterian Church Case
    6. Notice of a Review of Malcom's Travels in South Eastern Asia
    7. Quarterly List of New Books and Pamphlets
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1840, vol. 12, no. 2
    1. Davies's State of Religion Among the Dissenters in Virginia
    2. A Concise History of the Commencement, Progress, and Present Condition of the American Colonies in Liberia, by Samuel Wilkinson
    3. Allgemeine Geschichte der Christlichen Religion und Kirche von Dr. August Neander
    4. Report on Education in Europe, to the Trustees of the Girard College for Orphans by Alexander Dallas Bache, by Alexander Dallas Bache
    5. A Treatise on Justification, by George Junkin
    6. Quarterly List of New Books and Pamphlets
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1840, vol. 12, no. 3
    1. Three Sermons upon Human Nature, by Joseph Butler
    2. A History of the Rise, Progress, Genius, and Character of American Presbyterianism, by William Hill
    3. The Works of Lord Bacon, by Basil Montague
    4. Catalogus Collegii Neo-Cæsariensis
    5. Psychology; or a View of the Human Soul, by Frederick A. Rauch
    6. The General Assembly of 1840
    7. Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, by T. Babington Macaulay
    8. Quarterly List of New Books and Pamphlets
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1840, vol. 12, no. 4
    1. Sectarianism is Heresy, in Three Parts, in Which are Shown Its Nature, Evils, and Remedy, by A. Wylie
    2. The Life and Times of Alexander Henderson, by John Aiton
    3. The African Slave Trade, Part II: The Remedy, by Thomas Fowell Buxton
    4. An Inquiry in the Modern Prevailing Notions Respecting the Freedom of the Will, by Jonathan Edwards
    5. The Court of England, During the Reign of the Stuarts; Including the Protectorate, by John Heneage Jesse
    6. Justification by Faith: A Charge Delivered before the Clergy of the Protestant Episcopal Church, by Charles P. M'Ilvaine
    7. The Substance of a Discourse, by J. C. Coit
    8. Quarterly List of New Books and Pamphlets
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1841, vol. 13, no. 1
    1. The Origin of the Episcopate in the Christian Church by Dr. F. C. Baur
    2. Gildas Salvianus; or, The Reformed Pastor, by Richard Baxter
    3. The Works of Thomas Chalmers
    4. A View of the Origin and Migrations of the Polynesian Nation, by John Dunmore Lange
    5. Religion of the Bible, in Select Discourses, by Thomas H. Skinner
    6. The Principles of Population, and their Connexion with Human Happiness, by A. Alison
    7. Report of the Tenth Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, held at Glasgow, Sept. 1840
    8. Quarterly List of New Books and Pamphlets
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1841, vol. 13, no. 2
    1. Notes: Critical, Explanatory, and Practical, on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah, by Albert Barnes
    2. Huldreich Zwingli's Werke
    3. Finney's Sermons on Sanctification, and Mahan on Christian Perfection
    4. A Critical Grammar of the Hebrew Language, by Isaac Nordheimer
    5. Bacchus: An Essay on the Nature, Causes, Effects, and Cure of Intemperance, by Ralph Barnes Grindrod
    6. Quarterly List of New Books and Pamphlets
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1841, vol. 13, no. 3
    1. Report of the Committee on Arts and Sciences and Schools
    2. On the Relation between Holy Scriptures and Some Parts of Geological Science, by John Pye Smith
    3. The Mathematical Correspondent, Edited by G. Baron
    4. A Statistical Account of the British Empire, Exhibiting Its Extent, Physical Capacities, Population, Industry, and Civil and Religious Institutions, by J. R. M'Culloch
    5. A Brief Examination of the Proofs, by which the Rev. Mr. Boardman attempts to sustain his charge. . ., by George W. Doane
    6. Quarterly List of New Books and Pamphlets
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1841, vol. 13, no. 4
    1. Bacchus and Anti-Bacchus
    2. An Elementary Treatise on Analytical Geometry, by Francis H. Smith
    3. Essays, by R. W. Emerson
    4. The General Assembly of 1841
    5. Biblical Researches in Palestine, Mount Sinai, and Arabia Petraea. A Journal of Travels in the year 1838, by E. Robinson and E. Smith
    6. Quarterly List of New Books and Pamphlets
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1842, vol. 14, no. 1
    1. Revivals: or the Appropriate Means of Promoting True Religion, by
    2. The Kingdom of Christ Delineated
    3. The Nestorians, or the Lost Tribes, Containing Evidence of their Identity, an Account of Their Manners, Customs, and Ceremonies, by Ashbel Grant
    4. Reports of the Commissioners of National Education in Ireland For the Years 1834 to 1839 Inclusive
    5. History of the Great Reformation of the Sixteenth Century, by J. H. Merle d'Aubigné
    6. The Prelatical Doctrine of Apostolical Succession Examined, by Thomas Smyth
    7. Sermons on Important Subjects, by the Reverend Samuel Davies
    8. Quarterly List of New Books and Pamphlets
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1842, vol. 14, no. 2
    1. The Life and Times of Red-Jacket, or Sa-Go-Ye-Wat-Ha; Being the Sequel to the History of the Six Nations, by William L. Stone
    2. Joannis Calvini in Librum Geneseos Commentarius
    3. Address delivered in Easton, Pennsylvania, August 18th, 1841, by John W. Yeomans
    4. The History of Christianity, From the Birth of Christ to the Abolition of Paganism in the Roman Empire, by H. H. Milman
    5. Mission to England in Behalf of the American Colonization Society, by R. R. Gurley
    6. Address delivered in South Hadley, Massachusetts, July 30, 1840, by Mark Hopkins
    7. Report Relating to Capital Punishment, Presented to the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Feb. 22d, 1836
    8. Quarterly List of New Books and Pamphlets
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1842, vol. 14, no. 3
    1. The Last Will and Testament of James Smithson
    2. Primitive Christian Worship, or, The Evidence of Holy Scriptures and the Church Concerning the Invocation of Saints and Angels, and the Blessed Virgin Mary, by J. Endell Tyler
    3. The Scriptural Doctrine of Sanctification Stated and Defended Against the Error of Perfectionism, by W. D. Snodgrass
    4. The General Assembly of 1842
    5. Quarterly List of New Books and Pamphlets
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1842, vol. 14, no. 4
    1. The Works of Nathanael Emmons
    2. The works of Thomas Chalmers
    3. The Kingdom of Christ Delineated, by Richard Whately
    4. The Divine Rule of Faith and Practice, by William Goode
    5. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1843, vol. 15, no. 1
    1. English School Systems
    2. The Religious Instruction of the Negroes in the United States, by Charles C. Jones
    3. The Works of Jonathan Edwards
    4. The Evils of an Unsanctified Literature
    5. The Thirty-Eighth Report of the British and Foreign Bible Society, 1842
    6. Carmina Sacra, or Boston Collection of Church Music
    7. Free Institutions, Regulated Liberty, and Pure Religion, by D. MacDill
    8. Visit to Northern Europe: or Sketches Descriptive, Historical, Political, and Moral of Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland, and the Free Cities of Hamburg and Lubeck, by Robert Baird
    9. Critical and Practical Notes on the Book of Leviticus, by George Bush
    10. Miscellaneous Back Matter
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1843, vol. 15, no. 2
    1. On the Elocation of the Pulpit: An Introductory Lecture, by Adolphe Monod
    2. Message from the President of the United States to the Two Houses of Congress, at the Commencement of the Third Session of the Twenty-Seventh Congress
    3. An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, by John Locke
    4. History of Europe from the Commencement of the French Revolution in 1789, to the Restoration of the Bourbons in 1815, by Archibald Alison
    5. Fourth Annual Report of the Board of Publication of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America
    6. The Doctrines of Divine Revelation as Taught in the Holy Scriptures: Exhibited, Illustrated, and Vindicated, by Samuel Helffenstein
    7. Miscellaneous Back Matter
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1843, vol. 15, no. 3
    1. Report of the General Committee of Public Instruction of the Presidency of Fort William in Bengal, by G. H. Huttman
    2. The Day of Humiliation Appointed by the General Assembly by John Lowrie
    3. Classical Studies: Essays on Ancient Literature and Art, with the Biography and Correspondence of Eminent Philologists, by Barnas Sears
    4. An Inquiry into the Organization and Government of the Apostolic Church: Particularly with Reference to the Claims of Episcopacy, by Albert Barnes
    5. The General Assembly of 1843
    6. Mode of Baptism: A Correspondence between Rev. Howard Malcom and Rev. N. L. Rice
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1843, vol. 15, no. 4
    1. The Works of Francis Bacon
    2. Universalism Renounced, Exposed: In a Series of Lectures, by Matthew Hale Smith
    3. Immanuel Kant's Biography
    4. Presbytery and Not Prelacy the Scriptural and Primitive Polity, Proved from the Testimonies of Scripture, the Fathers, the Schoolmen, the Reformers, and the English and Oriental Churches, by Thoman Smyth
    5. A History of the Westminister Assembly of Divines, by W. M. Hetherington
    6. Annual Report of the Board of Education, of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America, Presented May, 1843
    7. The History of the Christian Religion and Church during the First Three Centuries, by Dr. Augustus Neander
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1844, vol. 16, no. 1
    1. An Inquiry into the Constitution, Discipline, Unity, and Worship of the Primitive Church, by Peter King
    2. Essays on the Church of God, by John M. Mason
    3. Commentary upon the Psalms by E. W. Hengstenberg
    4. Report of Mr. Kennedy, of Maryland, from the Committee of Commerce of the House of Representatives of the United States
    5. Proceedings of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, May 1843
    6. Remarks on English Churches
    7. The Duties of Educated Men: An Oration, by George W. Bethune
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1844, vol. 16, no. 2
    1. History of the Planting and Training of the Christian Church by the Apostles, by Dr. Augustus Neander
    2. The Missionary Chronicle
    3. The History of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, by James Seaton Reid
    4. The Claims of the Free Church of Scotland, by Thomas Smith
    5. The Little Stone and the Great Image, by George Junkin
    6. Presbyterian Government, not a Hierarchy, but a Commonwealth, by Robert J. Breckinridge
    7. Unlawful Marriage: An answer to 'The Purtian' and 'Omicron' Who Have Advocated in a Pamphlet the Lawfulness of the Marriage of a Man with His Deceased Wife's Sister, by J. J. Janeway
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1844, vol. 16, no. 3
    1. Narrative of a Mission of Inquiry to the Jews, from the Church of Scotland, in 1839
    2. Essays on Partial Derangement of the Mind in Supposed Connection with Religion, by John Cheyne
    3. The Valley of Vision, or, The Dry Bones of Israel Revived, by George Bush
    4. History of the Church of Scotland, From the Introduction of Christianity to the Period of the Disruption, by W. M. Hetherington
    5. The General Assembly of 1844
    6. A Glimpse into the World to Come, in a Waking Dream, by George B. Phillips
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1844, vol. 16, no. 4
    1. The School: Its Objects, Relations, and Uses, by Alonzo Potter
    2. Miscellaneous Essays on Christian Morals, Experimental and Practical, by John Foster
    3. The Christian's Defence,
    4. Chemistry in Its Application to Agriculture and Physiology, by Justus Liebig
    5. Vindication of the Rev. Horatio Southgate
    6. The Integrity of our National Union vs. Abolitionism, by George Junkin
    7. A Debate between Rev. A. Campbell and Rev. N. L. Rice, on the Action, Subject, Design, and Administrator of Christian Baptism
    8. The Pilgrim's Progress, By John Bunyan, with Explanatory Notes, by Thomas Scott
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1845, vol. 17, no. 1
    1. The History of the Puritans, by Daniel Neal
    2. Religion in America, by Robert Baird
    3. Sacerdotal Absolution: A Sermon, by M. A. Curtis
    4. India and India Missions, by Alexander Duff
    5. Christ, the Only Sacrifice, or, The Atonement in Its Relations to God and Man, by Nathan S. S. Beman
    6. Anastasis, or, The Doctrine of the Resurrection of the Body, Rationally and Scripturally Considered, by George Bush
    7. A Commentary on Saint Paul's Epistle to the Galatians, by Martin Luther
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1845, vol. 17, no. 2
    1. The Life of Isaac Milner
    2. A Treatise on the Church of Christ, Designed Chiefly for the Use of Students in Theology, by William Palmer
    3. Histoire de la Chute de Jésuites
    4. Pensées, Fragments, et Lettres de Blaise Pascal
    5. Review: The Arguments of Romanists from the Infallibility of the Church and Testimony of the Fathers in Behalf of the Apocrypha, Discussed and Refuted, by James H. Thornwell
    6. The Life and Correspondence of Thomas Arnold, by Arthur Penrhyn Stanley
    7. Principal Documents Relating to the Survey of the Coast of the United States Since 1816
    8. The Odyssey of Homer, According to the Text of Wolf
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1845, vol. 17, no. 3
    1. Sketches of Residence and Travels in Brazil, by Daniel P. Kidder
    2. The Mysteries Opened, by John Stone
    3. Theopnusty, by S. R. L. Gaussen
    4. The General Assembly
    5. A New and Complete Concordance to the Holy Scripture on the Basis of Cruden, with an Introduction, by David King
    6. The Life of the Rev. John Wesley, by John Whitehead
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1845, vol. 17, no. 4
    1. The Apostles' Doctrine and Fellowship, by L. Silliman Ives
    2. Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation
    3. The Vaudois, by E. Henderson
    4. Calvin's Institutes
    5. Proceedings of the Meeting in Charleston, S. C., May 13–15, 1845, on the Religious Instruction of the Negroes
    6. The Sanitary Condition of the Labouring Population of New York
    7. Principle of Protestantism as Related to the Present State of the Church, by Philip Schaff
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1846, vol. 18, no. 1
    1. A Discourse on the Moral Tendencies and Results of Human History, by Horace Bushnell
    2. The History of the Rise and Progress and Principles of the Relief Church, by Gavin Struthers
    3. Essays on the Formation and Publication of Opinions
    4. A Treatise on the Scriptural Doctrine of Original Sin, with Explanatory Notes, by H. A. Boardman
    5. The Record of St. John Concerning the Raising of Lazarus from the Dead
    6. Puritanism, or, A Churchman's Defense against its Aspersions, by Thomas W. Coit
    7. The Unity of the Church, by Henry Edward
    8. The Attraction of the Cross, Designed to Illustrate the leading Truths, Hopes, and Obligations of Christianity, by Gardiner Spring
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1846, vol. 18, no. 2
    1. Cours de Littérature Française
    2. The Soul; or an Inquiry into Scriptural Psychology, by George Bush
    3. The Elements of Morality, Including Polity, by William Whewell
    4. Principles of the Interior or Hidden Life, by Thomas C. Upham
    5. Essays in the Presbyterian by Theophilus
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1846, vol. 18, no. 3
    1. Lectures on the Evidences of Christianity, by Mark Hopkins
    2. Sermons and Discourses, by Thomas Chalmers
    3. The Life and Remains of Rev. R. Houseman, by Rev. T. Robinson
    4. General Assembly
    5. Lectures on Biblical History, by William Neill
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1846, vol. 18, no. 4
    1. The Directory for the Worship of God in the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America
    2. Evangelische Kirchen-Zeitung, by C. W. Hengstenberg
    3. The Complete Works of the Rev. Andrew Fuller
    4. Cyclopedia of Biblical Literature, by John Kitto
    5. Historical Sketch of the Evangelical Alliance
    6. The Catholic News Letter
    7. Lectures on Mental Philosophy and Theology, by James Richards
    8. Dr. Martin Luther's Hauspostille
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1847, vol. 19, no. 1
    1. Discourses and Reviews upon Questions in Controversial Theology and Practical Religion, by Orville Dewey
    2. Baptism in Its Mode and Subjects, by Alexander Carson
    3. The Eldership
    4. The Book of Common Prayer
    5. What is Church History? A Vindication of the Idea of Historical Development, by Philip Schaff
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1847, vol. 19, no. 2
    1. Horae Apocalypticae, by E. B. Elliott
    2. Discourses and Addresses at the Ordination of the Rev. Theodore Dwight Woolsey
    3. History of Romanism, from the Earliest Corruptions of Christianity to the Present Time, by John Dowling
    4. Reading of History
    5. A History of Virginia, from its Discovery and Settlement by Europeans, to the Present Time by Robert R. Howison
    6. Lectures on Systematic Theology, by Charles J. Finney
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1847, vol. 19, no. 3
    1. Collections of the New Jersey Historical Society
    2. German University Education, by W. C. Perry
    3. An Earnest Appeal to the Free Church of Scotland on the Subject of Economics, by Thomas Chalmers
    4. History of the Israelites, from the Time of the Maccabees to Our Days, by J. M. Jost
    5. General Assembly
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1847, vol. 19, no. 4
    1. Memoirs of the Life of the Rev. Charles Simeon
    2. History of the Presbyterian Church in Kentucky, by Robert Davidson
    3. Discourses on Christian Nurture, by Horace Bushnell
    4. The Apostolical Succession
    5. Christ's Second Coming: Will It be Pre-Millennial? By David Brown
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1848, vol. 20, no. 1
    1. Suggestions on the Religious Instruction of the Negroes in the Southern States, by Charles Colcock Jones
    2. Memoir of the Life of Elizabeth Fry, by two of her daughters
    3. Teaching a Science: The Teacher an Artist, by Baynard R. Hall
    4. Thoughts on Family Worship, by James W. Alexander
    5. A Commentary on the Book of Leviticus, Expository and Practical, with Critical Notes, by Andrew A. Bonar
    6. The Twenty-fifth Chapter of the Confession of Faith of the Westminster Assembly
    7. Short Notices
    8. Prospectus of Dr. Chalmers' Works
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1848, vol. 20, no. 2
    1. Coleridge
    2. A History of Virginia, from Its Discovery and Settlement by Europeans, to the Present Time, by Robert R. Howison
    3. The Bible Not of Man, by Gardiner Spring
    4. The Mystical Presence: A Vindication of the Reformed or Calvinistic Doctrine of the Holy Eucharist, by John W. Nevin
    5. Das Leben Johann Calvin's
    6. Remarks on a Paragraph in the Rev. Doctor Davidson's History of the Presbyterian Church in Kentucky
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1848, vol. 20, no. 3
    1. An Appeal in Behalf of the Views of the Eternal World and State
    2. An Apology for the True Christian Divinity, by Robert Barclay
    3. General Assembly of 1848
    4. Institutio Theologiae Elencticae, by Francisco Turrettino
    5. The Power of the Pulpit, by Gardiner Spring
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1848, vol. 20, no. 4
    1. A Residence of Twenty-one Years in the Sandwich Islands, by Hiram Bingham
    2. Sketches of Moral and Mental Philosophy, by Thomas Chalmers
    3. Duelling—Code of Honour
    4. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel's Leben, Beschrieben Durch, by Karl Rosenkranz
    5. The Gospel History
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1849, vol. 21, no. 1
    1. American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions
    2. The Work Claiming to Be the Constitutions of the Holy Apostles, by Irah Chase
    3. The History of Catechizing
    4. The Free Church Pulpit
    5. Divine Providence, or, The Three Cycles of Revelation, by George Croly
    6. A Manual of Presbytery
    7. An Introduction to the New Testament, by Samuel Davidson
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1849, vol. 21, no. 2
    1. The Natural History of Man, by J. C. Prichard
    2. The Primacy of the Apostolic by Francis Patrick Kenrick
    3. Baptism, with Reference to Its Import and Modes by Edward Beecher
    4. A Memoir of the Life of James Milnor, by John S. Stone
    5. Robert Burns: As a Poet and as a Man, by Samuel Tyler
    6. God in Christ: Three Discourses, by Horace Bushnell
    7. Quarterly List of New Publications
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1849, vol. 21, no. 3
    1. Annual Report of the Board of Missions of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church
    2. Annual Report of the Inspectors of State Prisons of the State of New York. Made to the Legislature, January 19, 1849 by Joseph Adshead
    3. The Apostleship a Temporary Office
    4. Ignatius von Antiochien und seine Ziet
    5. The Calcutta Review
    6. The General Assembly
    7. Quarterly List of New Publications
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1849, vol. 21, no. 4
    1. The Family of Arnauld
    2. An Exposition of the Book of Solomon's Song, by John Gill
    3. The Constitution of Man, by George Combe
    4. The Apostleship a Temporary Office
    5. The Life of Ashbel Green, by Joseph H. Jones
    6. The Question of Negro Slavery and the New Constitution of Kentucky, by Robert J. Breckinridge
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1850, vol. 22, no. 1
    1. The Relations of Religion to What Are Called Diseases of the Mind, by Frederick Adolphus Packard
    2. Secret Societies, by Thomas Smyth
    3. Keil on Joshua
    4. Thirtieth Annual Report on the Board of Education of the Presbyterian Church. 1849.
    5. Macaulay's History of England
    6. Cheap Presbyterian Newspaper
    7. Mornings among the Jesuits, by Robert Davidson
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1850, vol. 22, no. 2
    1. Robert Blair, by Archibald Alexander
    2. Presbyteriansim in Virginia by James Waddel Alexander
    3. Newman's Hebrew Commonwealth, by Abraham Gosman
    4. Egypt and Nineveh by Robert Davidson
    5. Memoir of Walter M. Lowrie, by Charles Hodge
    6. Professor Bachman on the Unity of the Human Race
    7. Harrison on the English Language
    8. Mr. Lord's History of Modern Europe
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1850, vol. 22, no. 3
    1. Die Kirchengeschichte des 18 und 19 Jahrhunderts
    2. History of the Progress and Suppression of the Reformation in Spain in the Sixteenth Century, by Thomas McCrie
    3. Memoirs of the Rev. Eleazar Wheelock, by David McClure
    4. The Life of John Calvin, by Thomas H. Dyer
    5. The Life of Luther, by Barnas Sears
    6. The General Assembly
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1850, vol. 22, no. 4
    1. The Works of Algernon Sidney
    2. The Thirteenth Annual Report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church: 1850
    3. An Apology for the Septuagint, by E. W. Grinfield
    4. Communion, by G. F. Curtis
    5. German Hymnology
    6. The Unity of the Human Races, by Thomas Smythe
    7. The Theology of the Intellect and that of the Feelings, by Edwards A. Park
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1851, vol. 23, no. 1
    1. Report from the Select Committee on Public Libraries, together with the Proceedings of the Committee, Minutes of Evidence, Etc.
    2. Notes on the Miracles of our Lord, by Richard Chenevix Trench
    3. The Prophet Habakkuk Expounded, by Francis Delitzsch
    4. Essays of Sir W. Jones and H. T. Colebrooke
    5. "Conscience and the Constitution," by Moses Stuart
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1851, vol. 23, no. 2
    1. Foreign Missions and Millenarianism
    2. Œcolampadius—The Reformation at Basle
    3. A Life of Socrates, by Dr. G. Wiggers
    4. Three Absurdities of Certain Modern Theories of Education
    5. The True Test of an Apostolical Ministry
    6. Remarks on the Princeton Review, by Edward A. Park
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1851, vol. 23, no. 3
    1. Lettre de Démission à la Faculté de l'École de Théologie de Genève
    2. Peter Collinson
    3. History of the Old Covenant, by J. H. Kurtz
    4. Panslavism and Germanism, by Count Valerian Kransinski
    5. The Typology of Scripture, by Patrick Fairbairn
    6. The General Assembly
    7. Short Notices
    8. Literary Intelligence
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1851, vol. 23, no. 4
    1. Proceedings of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland
    2. The Method of the Divine Government, Physical and Moral, by James McCosh
    3. Philosophy of Philo
    4. The Relation of the Old to the New Dispensation
    5. Geschichte der Christlichen Kirche, von Philipp Schaff
    6. Unity and Diversities of Belief even on Imputed and Involuntary Sin, by Edwards A. Park
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1852 vol. 24, no. 1
    1. Antiquities of the Christian Church
    2. The True Progress of Society
    3. Moral Æsthetics; or the Goodness of God in the Ornaments of the Universe
    4. The Bards of the Bible by George Gilfillan
    5. The Book of Revelation, Expounded for the Use of Those Who Search the Scriptures, by E. W. Hengstenberg
    6. Did Solomon write the Book of Ecclesiastes?
    7. The Heidelberg Catechism and Dr. Nevin
    8. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1852 vol. 24, no. 2
    1. The Works of John Owen
    2. Early Christianity in the British Isles
    3. National Literature, the Exponent of National Character
    4. The Prophet Obadiah: Expounded, by Charles Paul Caspari
    5. The Jews at K'ae-fung-foo
    6. Lectures on the Evidences of Christianity
    7. Five Years in an English University, by Charles Astor Bristed
    8. Parrhesia, or Christian and Ministerial Freedom of Speech
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1852 vol. 24, no. 3
    1. Collections of the New Jersey Historical Society
    2. Cosmos: A Sketch of a Physical Description of the Universe, by Alexander von Humboldt
    3. Der Ursprung der Sprache, im Zusammenhange mit den letzten Fragen alles Wissens, von H. Steinthal
    4. Austria in 1848–1849, by William H. Stiles
    5. The General Assembly
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1852 vol. 24, no. 4
    1. Eloquence of the French Pulpit
    2. The Gymnasium in Prussia
    3. Laws of Latin Grammar
    4. The Apostles' Creed
    5. Memoirs of the Lives of Robert Haldane, of Airthrey, and of His Brother, James Alexander Haldane, by Alexander Haldane
    6. Exploration and Survey of the Valley of the Great Salt Lake of Utah
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1853, vol. 25, no. 1
    1. Outlines of Moral Science by Archibald Alexander
    2. Epistola ad Diognetum, Justini Philosophi et Martyris nomen præ se ferens
    3. Modern Millernarianism
    4. China and California
    5. Theology of the Old Testament
    6. The Ventilation of Churches
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1853, vol. 25, no. 2
    1. Œuvres divers de Fénélon
    2. The Religious Significance of Numbers
    3. Mercantile Morals; or, Thoughts for Young Men entering Mercantile Life The Successful Merchant, by Wm. Howard Van Doren
    4. Erinnerung an Karl Gottlob Zumpt in seiner Wirksamkeit als Schulmann und für die Schule. von E. Bonnell
    5. Idea of the Church
    6. On the Correspondence between Prophecy and Histor
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1853, vol. 25, no. 3
    1. Idea of the Church (continued)
    2. The Bible in the Counting-House: A Course of Lectures to Merchants, by H. A. Boardman
    3. Journal and Letters of the Rev. Henry Martyn, edited by S. Wilberforce
    4. Theology in Germany
    5. The General Assembly
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1853, vol. 25, no.4
    1. Religious Endowments
    2. Education in the High Schools of Germany
    3. Recent Doctrinal and Ecclesiastical Conflicts in Connecticut
    4. History of the Reformation of the Sixteenth Century, vol. V: The Reformation in England, by J. H. Merle D'Aubigné
    5. Commentaries on the Laws of the Ancient Hebrews, by E. C. Wines
    6. Visibility of the Church
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1854, vol. 26, no. 1
    1. Recent Commentaries on the Song of Solomon
    2. Curiosities of University Life
    3. Character and Writing of Pascal
    4. The Conflict of Ages, or, The Great Debate on the Moral Relations of God and Man, by Edward Beecher
    5. Lectures on Pastoral Theology, by James Spencer Cannon
    6. History of the Apostolic Church; with a General Introduction to Church History, by Philip Schaff
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1854, vol. 26, no. 2
    1. Modern Explanations of the Doctrine of Inability
    2. Is the Church of Rome Idolatrous?
    3. Ebrard in the Apocalypse
    4. Inaugural Address, Delivered at the Danville Theological Seminary, October 13, 1853, by Edward P. Humphrey
    5. Pamphlets Issued by the Chinese Insurgents at Nanking, compiled by W. H. Medhurst
    6. Infidelity: Its Aspects, Causes, and Agencies, by Thomas Pearson
    7. A Vindication of the Doctrine of the Church of England on the Validity of the Orders of the Scotch and Foreign Non-Episcopal Churches, by W. Goode
    8. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1854, vol. 26, no. 3
    1. Present State of Oxford University
    2. The Life and Labours of St. Augustine by Philip Schaff
    3. Sketches of the Pulpit, in Ancient and in Modern Times
    4. Scriptures Readings on the Book of Genesis, by John Cumming
    5. The Education Question by Robert J. Breckinridge
    6. The General Assembly
    7. Short Notices
    8. Literary Intelligences
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1854, vol. 26, no. 4
    1. India: Its Past and Future
    2. Origin of Writing
    3. St. Ignatius and the Jesuits
    4. The True Barrier against Ritualism and Rationalism
    5. Thoughts for the Ministry
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1855, vol. 27, no. 1
    1. Remarks on the Studies and Discipline of the Preacher
    2. The Plan and Purpose of the Patriarchal History
    3. Exegesis of Hebrew 6:4–8
    4. The World in the Middle Ages by Adolphus Louis Koeppen
    5. Recent Works on Mental Philosophy, by Francis Wayland
    6. Nahum's Prophecy Concerning Nineveh, by Otto Strauss
    7. The Life of Archibald Alexander, by James W. Alexander
    8. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1855, vol. 27, no. 2
    1. Ethnographic View of Western Africa
    2. Schools and Systems of Interpretation
    3. Organic Christianity, by Leicester A. Sawyer
    4. The Many Mansions in the House of the Father, by G. S. Faber
    5. The Results of Missionary Labor in India
    6. Jewish Expositions of Malachi
    7. The Life of Mrs. Sherwood, edited by Sophia Kelly
    8. The Truth and Life by Charles P. McIlvaine
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1855, vol. 27, no. 3
    1. The Zurich Letters
    2. The Coptic Language
    3. The Principles of Metaphysical and Ethical Science Applied to the Evidences of Religion, by Francis Bowen
    4. Dr. Spencer's Sketches and Sermons by Ichabod S. Spencer
    5. Eutaxia, or, The Presbyterian Liturgies: Historical Sketches
    6. The General Assembly
    7. Short Notices
    8. Literary Intelligence
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1855, vol. 27, no. 4
    1. The Works of Thomas Reid, by William Hamilton
    2. Religious Belief, Superstitious Notions, and Idolatrous Practices of Northern Guinea
    3. Monuments of the Umbrian Language, by S. Th. Aufrecht
    4. Church Architecture
    5. Demotic Grammar, by Henry Brugsch
    6. Letters from Egypt, Ethiopia, and the Peninsula of Sinai, written in the years 1842–1845
    7. Comparative Accentual System, by Francis Bopp
    8. A Journey Through the Chinese Empire, by M. Huc
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1856, vol. 28, no. 1
    1. The Church Review and Register for October 1855
    2. Arminianism and Grace
    3. The Positive Philosophy of Auguste Compte
    4. A System of Logic Ratiocinative and Inductive, by John Stuart Mill
    5. Les Essais de Morale et autres ouvrages de Pierre Nicole
    6. The Gospels: With Moral Reflections on Each Verse by Pasquier Quesnel
    7. Short Notices
    8. Literary Intelligence
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1856, vol. 28, no. 2
    1. History of the Old Covenant, by J. H. Kurtz
    2. History of the Protestant Church in Hungary from the Beginning of the Reformation to 1850, by J. Craig
    3. Biblische Numismatik oder Erklärung der in der heil. Schrift erwähnten alten Münzen, von D. Celestino Cavedoni
    4. Sketches of Virginia, Historical and Biographical, by William Henry Foote
    5. Miracles and Their Counterfeits
    6. The History of England, from the Accession of James II, by Thomas Babington Macaulay
    7. Memoirs of John M. Mason, by Jacob Van Vechten
    8. The Elements of Psychology, by Victor Cousin
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1856, vol. 28, no. 3
    1. Harmonies of the Gospels
    2. A Memoir of the Rev. Sydney Smith
    3. Principles of the Philosophy of Language
    4. Lectures on Architecture and Painting, by John Ruskin
    5. Intellect, the Emotions, and the Moral Nature, by William Lyall
    6. New Testament Millennarianism, by Samuel Waldegrave
    7. The General Assembly of 1856
    8. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1856, vol. 28, no. 4
    1. The Bible, the Missal, and the Breviary, by George Lewis
    2. The Sacred Writings of the Parsis
    3. Religion in America, by Robert Baird
    4. History and Repository of Pulpit Eloquence
    5. The Church—Its Perpetuity
    6. Egypt's Place in Universal History, by Christian C. J. Bunsen
    7. The Old Testament, translated into Arabic, by Eli Smith
    8. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1857, vol. 29, no. 1
    1. A Familiar Treatise on Christian Baptism, by James Wood
    2. Reise in den Orient (Travels in the East), by Constantin Tischendorf
    3. History of Greece, by George Grote
    4. The Doctrine of Baptisms, by George Armstrong
    5. Free Agency
    6. Annals of the American Pulpit, by William B. Sprague
    7. Grammatik der Huzvâresch-Sprache by Fr. Spiegel
    8. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1857, vol. 29, no. 2
    1. The Works of John Robinson, edited by Robert Ashton
    2. The Public Lecture considered as a Means of Diffusing Popular Information
    3. Cours d'Etudes Historiques, by P. C. F. Daunou
    4. Some Account of the Writings of the Reverend Philip Doddridge
    5. Institutes of Metaphysic the Theory of Knowing and Being, by I. F. Ferrier
    6. Commentar über das Buch Hiob, by H. A. Hahn
    7. Short Notices
    8. Literary Intelligence
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1857, vol. 29, no. 3
    1. Moral Insanity
    2. An Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures, by Thomas Hartwell Horne
    3. The Scope and Plan of the Book of Ecclesiastes
    4. The General Assembly of 1857
    5. On the Action of Our Church Courts in Judicial Cases, and Suggestions in Reference to Them
    6. Report on the History and Recent Edition of the English Version of the Bible
    7. Short Notices
    8. Literary Intelligence
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1857, vol. 29, no. 4
    1. A Half-Century of the Unitarian Controversy, by George E. Ellis
    2. The Argument from Prophecy for Christianity
    3. Popular Education
    4. A Text-Book of Church History by John C. L. Gieseler
    5. The Inspiration of Holy Scripture: Its Nature and Proof, by William Lee
    6. Albania and Its People, by Dr. Johann Georg von Hahn
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1858, vol. 30, no. 1
    1. The Positive Philosophy of Auguste Comte
    2. The Friend of India
    3. English Hymnology
    4. Some Account of an Old English Manuscript in the Nisbet Library
    5. The Convert, or Leaves From My Experience, by O. A. Brownson
    6. Histoire D'Espagne depuis les Premiers temps historiques jusqua la mort de Ferdinand VII
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1858, vol. 30, no. 2
    1. Weissagung und Erfullung im Alten und im Neuen Testamente, by Dr. J. Chr. K. Hofmann
    2. Confucianism
    3. Lectures on the History of Ancient Philosophy, by William Archer Butler
    4. Sketches of Western Pennsylvania
    5. Mental Philosophy: Including the Intellect, Sensibilities, and Will, by Joseph Haven
    6. The Providential Government of God
    7. The Tecnobaptist, by R. B. Mayes
    8. Orestes A. Brownson's Development of Himself
    9. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1858, vol. 30, no. 3
    1. Annals of the American Pulpit, by William B. Sprague
    2. Historical Value of the Pentateuch
    3. Missions in Western Africa
    4. The Present State of India
    5. The General Assembly
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1858, vol. 30, no. 4
    1. A Discourse Commemorative of the History of the Church of Christ in Yale College, During the First Century of Its Existence, by George P. Fisher
    2. The Old Regime and the Revolution, by Alexis De Tocqueville
    3. The Life of Cardinal Mezzofanti, by C. W. Russell
    4. A Treatise on the Greek Prepositions, and on the Cases of Nouns, with Which These Are Used by Gessner Harrison
    5. Adoption of the Confession of Faith
    6. The Revised Book of Discipline
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1859, vol. 31, no. 1
    1. The Service of the House of God, by William Liston
    2. Three Discourses upon the Religious History of Bowdoin College, by Egbert C. Smyth
    3. The New Testament, Translated from the Original Greek, by Leicester Ambrose Sawyer
    4. The Position of Hosea in the Scheme of Divine Revelation
    5. The Testimony of Modern Science to the Unity of Mankind, by J. L. Cabell
    6. Short Notices
    7. Literary Intelligence
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1859, vol. 31, no. 2
    1. The Doctrine of Perception, as held by Doctor Arnauld, Doctor Reid, and Sir William Hamilton
    2. A Treatise on the Methods of Observation and Reasoning in Politics, by George Cornwall Lewis
    3. The Pilgrim's Progress, by John Bunyan
    4. On the Authorized Version of the New Testament in Connection with Some Recent Proposals for Its Revision, by Richard Chenevix Trench
    5. Morality and the State, by Simeon Nash
    6. Rational Cosmology: or the Eternal Principles, and the Necessary Laws of the Universe, by Laurens P. Hickok
    7. Demission of the Ministry
    8. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1859, vol. 31, no. 3
    1. Budhism in India and China, by Joseph K. Wight
    2. Christology, by William Henry Green
    3. Barnes on the Atonement
    4. Dr. Taylor's Lectures on the Moral Government of God, by Lyman Hotchkiss Atwater
    5. The General Assembly
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1859, vol. 31, no. 4
    1. Sir William Hamilton
    2. A Nation's Right to Worship God, by Joshua Hall McIlvaine
    3. The Old Testament Idea of a Prophet, by William Henry Green
    4. The Presbyterian Church in Ireland, by Joseph Addison Alexander
    5. Sunday Laws, by Charles Hodge
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1860, vol. 32, no. 1
    1. The Elements of Political Science, by Patrick Edward Dove
    2. Elements of Physio-Philosophy, by Lorenz Oken
    3. Classification and Mutual Relation of the Mental Faculties
    4. Jeremias librorum sacrorum Interpres atque Vindex by Augustus Kueper
    5. Primeval Period of Sacred History
    6. Die Lehre von der Person Christi geschichtlich und biblisch-dogmatisch, von J. A. Dorner
    7. Christian Life and Doctrine, by W. Cunningham
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1860, vol. 32, no. 2
    1. Theories of the Eldership
    2. History of the Dominion of the Arabs in Spain, by J. A. Conde
    3. Reid's Collected Writings, by Sir William Hamilton
    4. Man, Moral and Physical: or the Influence of Health and Disease on Religious Experience, by Joseph Jones
    5. The First and Second Adam: The Elohim Revealed in the Creation and Redemption of Man, by Samuel J. Baird
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1860, vol. 32, no. 3
    1. The Bible its Own Witness and Interpreter
    2. The Heathen Inexcusable for Their Idolatry
    3. Theories of the Eldership—The Constitutional View of the Presbyterian Church
    4. The General Assembly
    5. Presbyterianism
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1860, vol. 32, no. 4
    1. The Logical Relations of Religion and Natural Science
    2. The Higher Christian Life, by W. E. Boardman
    3. The Leaders of the Old Bar of Philadelphia, by Horace Binney
    4. The Intuitions of the Mind Inductively Considered, by James McCosh
    5. Napoleon III and the Papacy
    6. The Recent Theory of the Eldership Examined
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1861, vol. 33, no. 1
    1. The State of the Country by Charles Hodge
    2. Antiquity of the Book of Genesis
    3. The New Oxford School; or Broad Church Liberalism
    4. The Fulfilment of Prophecy
    5. Conference on Missions held in 1860 at Liverpool
    6. Codex Alexandrinus
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1861, vol. 33, no. 2
    1. Education: Intellectual, Moral, and Physical, by Herbert Spencer
    2. The Mode of Baptism
    3. Covenant Education
    4. The History of Herodotus, by George Rawlinson
    5. The Apostolic Benediction
    6. The Church and the Country
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1861, vol. 33, no. 3
    1. The Kingdom of Christ
    2. Knowledge, Faith, and Feeling: In Their Mutual Relations
    3. The Subjects of Baptism
    4. The Rise of the Dutch Republic: A History, by John Lothrop Motley
    5. Annals of the American Pulpit, by William B. Sprague
    6. The General Assembly
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1861, vol. 33, no. 4
    1. Rational Psychology, or, The Subjective Idea and Objective Law of All Intelligence, by Laurens P. Hickok
    2. American Nationality
    3. The Problem Solved, by Miles P. Squier
    4. A Practical View of Infant Baptism
    5. Leven en Karakter van Johannes Henricus van der Palm, by Nicolaas Beets
    6. Social Statics: The Conditions Essential to Human Happiness Specified, and the First of Them Developed, by Herbert Spencer
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1862, vol. 34, no. 1
    1. The Limits of Religious Thought, by Henry Longueville Mansel
    2. Mémoires sur la Vie de Messire Philippe de Mornay, by Charlotte Arbalestre
    3. The Human Body as Related to Sanctification
    4. De Mensch en de Dichter Willem Bilderdijk, eene bijdrage tot de kennis van Zijn Leven, Karakter, en Schriften, by A. C. Kruseman
    5. Are There Too Many Ministers?
    6. England and America
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1862, vol. 34, no. 2
    1. Remarks on the Ethical Philosophy of the Chinese
    2. The Philosophy of the Absolute
    3. The History and Theory of Revolutions, as applied to the Present Southern Rebellion
    4. The Doctrine of Providence Practically Considered
    5. Bilderdijk
    6. Principles of Political Economy, by John Stuart Mill
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1862, vol. 34, no. 3
    1. Rational Psychology, or The Subjective Idea and Objective Law of All Intelligence, by Laurens P. Hickok
    2. Remarks on the Foregoing, and Other Recent Vindications of Dr. Hickok's Philosophy
    3. Sancti Aurelii Augustini Hipponensis Episcopi Opera Omnia
    4. Examination of Some Reasonings against the Unity of Mankind
    5. The General Assembly
    6. Slavery and the Slave Trade, by Charles Hodge
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1862, vol. 34, no. 4
    1. The Matter of Prophecy
    2. The Presbyterian Historical Society
    3. The Relation of the Church to the Poor
    4. A Plea for High Education and Presbyterian Colleges
    5. Christian Enterprise
    6. African Colonization
    7. Letter from Professor Lewis
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1863 vol. 35, no. 1
    1. Lectures on Moral Science, by Mark Hopkins
    2. The Scepticism of Science
    3. The Training of Children
    4. Memoirs of the Rev. Nicholas Murray, by Samuel Irenæus Prime
    5. Contributions to the Natural History of the United States of America, by Louis Agassiz
    6. The War
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1863 vol. 35, no. 2
    1. The Manner of Preaching
    2. The Life of Edward Irving, by Mrs. Oliphant
    3. Travels and Discoveries in North and Central Africa, by Henry Barth
    4. The Days of the Fathers in Ross-shire, by John Kennedy
    5. Meeting of the Mercer County Teachers' Institute
    6. The True Place of Man in Zoölogy, by Louis Agassiz
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1863 vol. 35, no. 3
    1. The Inspired Theory of Prayer
    2. Religious Instruction in the Army
    3. Faith, a Source of Knowledge
    4. The True Tone in Preaching, and The True Temper in Hearing
    5. The General Assembly
    6. Date of the Books of Chronicles
    7. Paul's Thorn in the Flesh
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1863 vol. 35, no. 4
    1. The Anglo-American Sabbath
    2. The Historically Received Conception of the University, by Edward Kirkpatrick
    3. Witherspoon's Theology
    4. Micah's Prophecy of Christ
    5. Report on Infant Baptism to the General Association of Connecticut
    6. Miracles
    7. The Beautiful Things on Earth
    8. Relation of the Church and State
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1864, vol. 36, no. 1
    1. The Union of Church and State in the Nicene Age, and Its Effects upon Public Morals and Religion
    2. An Introduction to the Old Testament, by Samuel Davidson
    3. Memorial Sermon of the late Rev. James Hoge
    4. Can God Be Known?
    5. A History of Christian Doctrine by William G. T. Shedd
    6. Short Notices
    7. Literary Intelligence
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1864, vol. 36, no. 2
    1. The Works of Plato
    2. History of Latin Christianity, by Henry Hart
    3. Evidence as to Man's Place in Nature by Thomas H. Huxley
    4. The Thoughts of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, by George Long
    5. History and Ecclesiastical Relations of the Churches of the Presbyterial Order at Amoy, China
    6. Life and Letters of John Winthrop, by Robert C. Withrop
    7. St. Jerome
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1864, vol. 36, no. 3
    1. The Donatist Controversy
    2. Modes of Evangelization
    3. History of Civilization in England by Henry Thomas Buckle
    4. The War and National Wealth
    5. Christian Baptism Spiritual not Ritual, by Robert Macnair
    6. The General Assembly
    7. Notes to the Article on The War and National Wealth
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1864, vol. 36, no. 4
    1. Francis Bacon, of Verulam, by Kuno Fischer
    2. The Russian Church
    3. Modern Philology, by Benjamin W. Dwight
    4. Commentary on the Holy Scriptures, Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, by Dr. John P. Lange
    5. The Freedom of the Will as a Basis of Human Responsibility and Government, by D. D. Whedon
    6. Correction by the Hon. Stanley Matthews
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1865, vol. 37, no. 1
    1. Are James the Son of Alphæus and James the Brother of the Lord Identical?
    2. A Plea and a Plan for Presbyterian Unity
    3. The Nature and Ends of Prayer
    4. Nature of Man, by Charles Hodge
    5. What's the use of breathing? By John Stillwell Schanck
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1865, vol. 37, no. 2
    1. The Structure of the Old Testament
    2. An Account of Extreme Unction
    3. Progress of Statistics, Read before the American Geographical and Statistical Society, at the Annual Meeting in New York, December 1, l859
    4. First Principles of a New System of Philosophy by Herbert Spencer
    5. Principles of Church Union, and the Reunion of the Old and New-school Presbyterians
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1865, vol. 37, no. 3
    1. A History of Ancient Sanskrit Literature, by Max Müller
    2. Life in the Desert, by Col. L. Du Couret
    3. An American Dictionary of the English Language, by Noah Webster
    4. The First Miracle of Christ
    5. President Lincoln
    6. The General Assembly
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1865, vol. 37, no. 4
    1. Eugénie and Maurice de Guérin
    2. The Hagiology and Hagiolatry of Romanism
    3. Annals of the American Pulpit, by William B. Sprague
    4. The Late National Congregational Council
    5. The Princeton Review on the State of the Country and of the Church
    6. Short Notices
    7. Miscellaneous Back Matter
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1866, vol. 38, no. 1
    1. Sustentation Fund
    2. Annual Report of the School Committee of the City of Boston, 1864
    3. The Patristic Doctrine on the Eucharist
    4. The Life of Horace Mann, by His Wife
    5. Imperfect Rights and Obligations as Related to Church Discipline
    6. Observations on the Difference between Renan, Strauss, and Schleiermacher's 'Life of Jesus', by P. Hofstede De Groot
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1866, vol. 38, no. 2
    1. The Vicarious Sacrifice, Grounded in Principles of Universal Obligation, by Horace Bushnell
    2. The Samaritans, Ancient and Modern
    3. The Great Schools of England: An Account of the Foundation and Discipline of the Chief Seminaries of Learning in England, by Howard Stratton
    4. The Raising of Lazarus
    5. Personal Reminiscences of the Life and Times of Gardiner Spring
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1866, vol. 38, no. 3
    1. History of the Rise and Influence of the Spirit of Rationalism in Europe, by W. E. H. Leckey
    2. Normal Schools, and Other Institutions and Agencies for the Professional Education of Teachers, by Henry Barnard
    3. Indische Alterthumskunde von Christian Lassen, vol. III
    4. An Examination of Mr. J. S. Mill's Philosophy: Being a Defence of Fundamental Truth, by James McCosh
    5. The General Assembly
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1866, vol. 38, no. 4
    1. Eloquence a Virtue, or, Outlines of a Systematic Rhetoric by William G. T. Shedd
    2. The Trinity in Redemption
    3. The Monophysite Churches of the East by Philip Schaff
    4. Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero by William Forsyth
    5. Social Life of the Chinese, by Justus Doolittle
    6. The Hebrew Prophets, by Rowland Williams
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1867, vol. 39, no. 1
    1. The Early Scottish Church: The Ecclesiastical History of Scotland from the First to the Twelfth century, by Thomas McLauchlan
    2. University Reform
    3. The Twenty-Ninth Annual Report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America
    4. Gregory the Theologian
    5. Voices From the East, by J. M. Neale
    6. Malthusianism
    7. The Rejection of Christ by the Jewish Rulers and People
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1867, vol. 39, no. 2
    1. The Spirit of the Fathers of Western Presbyterianism
    2. The Epicurean Philosophy
    3. Life of Emanuel Swedenborg. Together with a Brief Synposis of His Writings, both Philosophical and Theological, by William White
    4. The Position of the Book of Psalms in the Plan of the Old Testament
    5. The Philosophy of Mathematics
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1867, vol. 39, no. 3
    1. The Hebrew Word Yashabh
    2. The Aim of Christianity, by Richard S. Storrs
    3. History of the Christian Church, by Philip Schaff
    4. A Philosophical Confession of Faith
    5. The General Assembly
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1867, vol. 39, no. 4
    1. Sanctification
    2. A Plea for The Queen's English, Stray Notes on Speaking and Spelling, by Henry Alford
    3. The Culture Demanded by Modern Life
    4. Preaching to Sinners
    5. The British Churches under Cromwell
    6. Bibliotheca Sacra and Biblical Repository for July 1863
    7. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1868, vol. 40, no. 1
    1. The English Language
    2. Report on the Prisons and Reformatories of the United States and Canada
    3. Presbyterian Reunion, by Henry B. Smith
    4. Homiletics and Pastoral Theology and Lectures on Pastoral Theology, by William G. T. Shedd
    5. Orthodoxy: Its Truths and Its Errors, by Clarke
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1868, vol. 40, no. 2
    1. Truth, Charity, and Unity
    2. On the Study of the Mathematics as an Exercise of the Mind, by Sir William Hamilton
    3. Representative Responsibility, a Law of the Divine Procedure in Providence and Redemption, by Henry Wallace
    4. The Old Roman World: The Grandeur and failure of its Civilization, by John Lord
    5. Whitney on Language
    6. Spectral Appearances: Their Causes and Laws
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1868, vol. 40, no. 3
    1. The Trial of the Rev. William Tennent
    2. Social Liberty
    3. The New Englander, April 1868
    4. Ireland the Church and the Land
    5. The General Assembly
    6. The Protest and Answer
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1868, vol. 40, no. 4
    1. Synopsis of the Books of the Bible, by J. N. Darby
    2. The Progress of Doctrine in the New Testament, by Thomas Dehany Bernard
    3. Christian Work in Egypt
    4. Antiquity of Man
    5. The Men and Times of the Reunion of 1758, by E. H. Gillett
    6. Short Notices
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1869, vol. 41, no. 1
    1. Agassiz on Provinces of Creation, and the Unity of the Race
    2. A Manual of the Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, by John C. Lowrie
    3. Christian Work in Egypt. The Christian Population
    4. A Method of Teaching Religion in a College, by John McCosh
    5. Romanism at Rome
    6. A History of the New School, and of the Questions Involved in the Disruption of the Presbyterian Church in 1838, by Samuel J. Baird
    7. Short Notices of Recent Publications
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1869, vol. 41, no. 2
    1. The Welsh Methodists: Being the Past History and Present Aspect of the Calvinistic Methodists in Wales, by John Hughes
    2. The Question of an Independent Morality, by Eugene Bersier
    3. Planting of the American Churches
    4. The Novel and Novel Reading
    5. Ethics and Economics of Commercial Speculation
    6. History of England, from the fall of Wolsey to the death of Elizabeth, by James Anthony Froude
    7. Disestablishment
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1869, vol. 41, no. 3
    1. The Writings of St. John, by Dr. Lange
    2. A Memoir of the Rev. John Keble, by J. T. Coleridge
    3. Christian Work in Lower and Middle Egypt
    4. Parables of the Kingdom: Matthew XIII
    5. The General Assembly
    6. Proceedings of the Late Assemblies on Re-union
    7. Exposition and Defence of the Basis of Re-union
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1869, vol. 41, no. 4
    1. Morrell on Revelation and Inspiration
    2. Recent Scholarship
    3. The Church Question
    4. Annals of the American Pulpit, by William B. Sprague
    5. The Election of Representatives, Parliamentary, and Municipal, by Thomas Hare
    6. Moral Philosophy, or the Science of Obligation, by James H. Fairchild
    7. Materialism—Physiological Psychology
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1870, vol. 42, no. 1
    1. The History and Literature of Civil Service Reform
    2. The Early Regeneration of Sabbath-School Children
    3. The Life of Samuel Miller
    4. A Fragment: "What the Greeks Thought of the Religion of the Jews"
    5. The Reign of Law, by Duke of Argyle
    6. Adjourned Meetings of the General Assemblies at Pittsburgh
    7. The Life of Joseph Addison Alexander, by Henry Carrington Alexander
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1870, vol. 42, no. 2
    1. The Element of Time in Interpreting the Ways of God
    2. Pantheism as a Phase in Philosophy and Theory of History
    3. Memoir of the Life and Ministry of the Rev. Thomas Raffles
    4. The Relation of Adam's First Sin to the Fall of the Race
    5. The Witness of Paul to Christ, by Stanley Leathes
    6. Tithes and Offerings: A Treatise on the Principles, Practice, and Benefits of Devoting Portions of Our Substance to the Service of God, by C. W. Boase
    7. Brief Suggestions on Presbyterian Reconstruction and Unification
 
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1870, vol. 42, no. 4
    1. Rénan's St. Paul
    2. Training and Support of a Native Ministry in the Turkish Empire, by T. C. Trowbridge
    3. The One Primeval Language Traced Experimentally through Ancient Inscriptions in Alphabetic Characters, of Lost Powers, by Charles Forster
    4. A Phase of the Church Question
    5. The Jesus of the Evangelists, by C. A. Row
    6. China as affected by Protestant Missions
    7. The American Colleges and the American Public, by Noah Porter
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1871, vol. 43, no. 1
    1. Responsibility of Society for the Causes of Crime
    2. Considerations on the Revision of the English Version of the New Testament, by Bishop Ellicott
    3. The Philosophy of Civil Punishment
    4. Preaching the Gospel to the Poor
    5. Jonathan Dickinson and Dickinson Hall, by J. O. Murray
    6. The True Sources of Literary Inspiration, by James C. Welling
    7. The Theology of Christ, from His Own Words, by Joseph P. Thompson
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1871, vol. 43, no. 2
    1. The Life of Jesus, Critically Examined, by Dr. David Friedrich Strauss
    2. The Life and Times of David Zeisberger, by Edmund De Schweinitz
    3. The Moabite Stone
    4. An Essay in aid of a Grammar of Assent, by John Henry Newman
    5. The Constitution of the Person Christ
    6. Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and the Song of Solomon: With Notes, Critical, Explanatory, and Practical, by Henry Cowles
    7. An Essay on Professional Ethics, by George Sharswood
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1871, vol. 43, no. 3
    1. Studies in the Gospels: Mark, the Gospel for the Roman
    2. The Reformation of the Church of England: Its History, Principles, and Results, by John Henry Blunt
    3. Sunday-School Libraries
    4. Presbyterianism
    5. Der Prophet Daniel theologisch-homiletisch bearbeitet, by Dr. O. Zoeckler
    6. The General Assembly
    7. Notices of Recent Publications
 
  • Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 1871, vol. 43, no. 4
    1. Introduction to a New System of Rhetoric
    2. The Life and Letters of Frederick William Faber, by John Edward Bowden
    3. A Critical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life, by W. R. Alger
    4. Plan in History
    5. Kitto's Cyclopedia of Biblical Literature, edited by William Lindsay Alexander
    6. Testimonies of the General Assemblies of the Presbyterian Church in the United States against Intemperance
    7. Notices of Recent Publications
 

Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review (24 issues)

  • Publication Date: (1872–1877)
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1872, vol. 1, no. 1
    1. The Variable and the Constant in Christian Apology, by Charles A. Aiken
    2. The Theology for Our Age and Country, by Philip Schaff
    3. The Plymouth Brethren, by Thomas Croskery
    4. The Wine Question in the Light of the Law of Love, by Herrick Johnson
    5. Paris under the Commune, by Edmond de Pressense
    6. Jowett's Plato, by Tayler Lewis
    7. Ezra, The Model of the Biblical Divine, by Thomas E. Thomas
    8. Contemporary Literature, Theology
    9. Theological and Literary Intelligence
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1872, vol. 1, no. 2
    1. Henry Cooke, D. D., and Arianism in the Irish Church, by Professor Leebody
    2. Is Election for a Limited Term of Service Presbyterian and Constitutional? by William E. Moore
    3. The Benevolent Work of the Church, and the Report of the Committee of 'Twenty-One,' by J. Trumbull Backus
    4. Bishop C. J. von Hefele on the Case of Pope Honorius, by Henry B. Smith
    5. Dr. Jacob's Ecclesiastical Polity of the New Testament, by William Adams
    6. The Literature, History, and Civilization of the Japanese, by M. Leon De Rosny
    7. The Mode of Raising Funds for Church Work, by Aaron H. Hand
    8. Systematic Beneficence in the Presbyterian Church, by David Irving
    9. Masson's Life of John Milton, by E. H. Gillett
    10. Theological and Literary Intelligence
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1872, vol. 1, no. 3
    1. Primitive Greek Religion, by Tayler Lewis
    2. The Labor Question in its Economic and Christian Aspects, by Lyman H. Atwater
    3. Evolution, as Advocated by Herbert Spencer, by John Bascom
    4. Assyrian Cuneiform Inscriptions, by William Henry Green
    5. The Order of Salvation, by Robert E. Wilson
    6. Preaching Christ by Lyman H. Atwater
    7. Allibone's Dictionary of English Literature, by Henry B. Smith
    8. Tenure of the Elder's Office, by Alexander T. McGill
    9. Contemporary Literature
    10. Theological and Literary Intelligence
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1872, vol. 1, no. 4
    1. The Righteousness of God, by Henry Neill
    2. Faith—Its Place and Prerogative, by R. B. Welch
    3. Florentine Philosophy in the Days of the Medici, by David Magill
    4. Annihilation of the Wicked, by G. S. Mott
    5. John Wesley: His Character and Opinions, by E. H. Gillett
    6. Outlines of Dr. J. A. Dorner's System of Theology, by G. S. Hall
    7. Japan, by Asa S. Colton
    8. The Early History of the Ottoman Turks, by T. C. Trowbridge
    9. Contemporary Literature
    10. Theological and Literary Intelligence
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1873, vol. 2, no. 5
    1. Berkeley's Philosophy, by James McCosh
    2. Woman's Place in Assemblies for Public Worship, by J. M. Stevenson
    3. Outlines of Dr. J. A. Dorner's System of Theology, by G. S. Hall (continued)
    4. Catholic and Protestant Treatment of the Christian Evidences, by Charles A. Aiken
    5. Why Are Not More Persons Converted Under Our Ministry? by Thos. H. Skinner
    6. Beneficiary Education for the Ministry, by Lyman H. Atwater
    7. Who Was the Sister of Our Lord's Mother? by C. C. Starbuck
    8. Dr. Forbes on Romans vs. Dr. Hodge
    9. Contemporary Literature
    10. The Presbytery of Wandsworth, Erected in 1572, by Peter Lorimer
    11. Theological and Literary Intelligence
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1873, vol. 2, no. 6
    1. The Three Ideas, by Henry N. Day
    2. Crimes of Passion and Crimes of Reflection, by J. B. Bittinger
    3. The Immediate Cause of the Death of Christ, by William M. K. Imbrie
    4. An Obituary of Dr. Liebner, by Dr. Dorner
    5. The Remnants of the Ten Tribes, by John H. Shedd
    6. Tulloch's Rational Theology, by E. H. Gillett
    7. Hamilton's Autology
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1873, vol. 2, no. 7
    1. The General Synod of Protestants in France, by John W. Mears
    2. The Sunday School, Its Past and Present, by George S. Mott
    3. Life and Its Instincts, by L. P. Hickok
    4. Faith as an Ambiguous Middle Term, by Willis J. Beecher
    5. One Hundred Protestant Theses, by Carl Immanuel Nitzsch
    6. Sources of Divine Knowledge, by Elias J. Richards
    7. Letter to the Editors from Rev. John B. Adger
    8. Notes on Current Topics: The General Assembly, by Lyman H. Atwater
    9. Dr. Nott on the Resurrection, by Thomas A. T. Hanna
    10. American Authorship
    11. Contemporary Literature
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1873, vol. 2, no. 8
    1. The Modern English Pulpit, by W. H. Lord
    2. Faith: Its Place and Prerogative: The Written and the Living Word, by R. B. Welch
    3. The New Testament Meaning of Eternity and Eternal, by Geo. D. Little
    4. The Vatican Council, by Philip Schaff
    5. The Necessity of Religious Instruction in Colleges, by Francis Lieber
    6. Infant Baptism, by Erskine N. White
    7. Life and Its Origin, by H. Alleyne Nicholson
    8. A Harmony of the Gospel Accounts of Christ's Resurrection, by John MacLean
    9. The Contrast Between Man and the Brute Creation Establishes the Divine Origin of the Scriptures, by James A. Lyon
    10. Eating and Drinking Unworthily, by Wolcott Calkins
    11. Notes on Current Topics
    12. Contemporary Literature
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1874, vol. 3, no. 9
    1. Our Indian Affairs, by John C. Lowrie
    2. The Sinfulness and Selfishness, by Laurens P. Hickok
    3. The First Seven Sultans of the Ottoman Dynasty, by Cyrus Hamlin
    4. Obedience and Liberty, by F. A. Noble
    5. Matthew Arnold's Literature and Dogma, by Charles A. Aiken
    6. The Late Commercial Crisis, by Lyman H. Atwater
    7. The Sense of the Beautiful in Brutes. Psychological Darwinism and Comparative Psychology, by M. Charles Lévégue
    8. The Modern Greeks, and Opinions Concerning Them, by G. W. Leyburn
    9. Notes on Current Topics
    10. Recent Works on Evolutionism and Its Religious Affiliations
    11. Contemporary Literature
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1874, vol. 3, no. 10
    1. Presbyterianism and the People, by E. D. Morris
    2. The Pauperism of Our Cities; Its Character, Condition, Causes, and Relief, by Charles Wood
    3. Modern Skepticism, by Thomas Nichols
    4. The New Faith of Strauss, by Henry B. Smith
    5. Catholic Toleration in the State of Maryland, by Griffith H. Humphrey
    6. Arbitration as a Substitute for War, by S. W. Boardman
    7. The Office of Evangelist, by Samuel H. Kellogg
    8. Taxation of Churches, Colleges, and Charitable Institutions, by Lyman H. Atwater
    9. The Disentombment of Troy, by Frederic Vinton
    10. Notes on Current Topics
    11. Contemporary Literature
    12. Theological and Literary Intelligence
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1874, vol. 3, no. 11
    1. Assyrian Monuments and the Bible, by Wm. Henry Green
    2. The Abduction of Avedick, by Rev. William A. Holliday
    3. On the Approaches to the English Language, by James M. Hart
    4. Rhetorical Analysis and Synthesis, by J. McIlavine
    5. The Anointment of Jesus by Mary of Bethany, by a Layman
    6. Swing's Sermons
    7. Notes on Current Topics
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1874, vol. 3, no. 12
    1. William Carstares, by Thomas Crosquery
    2. Tischendorf on the New Testament Text
    3. Pith in Exposition, by Willis J. Beecher
    4. Christ Preaching to the Spirits in Prison, by Aaron Williams
    5. Suggestive Readings from the Syriac New Testament, by Henry N. Cobb
    6. Rhetorical Science, by Theodore Hunt
    7. Ravaisson, Lachelier, and Fouillèe; or, The Recent Spiritualist Philosophy of France, by J. W. Mears
    8. The Future Of Philology, by F. A. March
    9. American College Libraries
    10. Notes on Current Events
    11. Contemporary Literature
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1875, vol. 4, no. 13
    1. Preaching to the Conscience, by Thomas Nichols
    2. The Modern Theory of Forces, by R. B. Welch
    3. The Buddhist and Christian Ideas of Hell, by John Ogden Gordon
    4. The True Theory and Practice of Education, by D. S. Gregory
    5. The Inspiration of Paul, by Thomas Laurie
    6. Calvinism in Doctrine and Life, by Lyman H. Atwater
    7. Enthusiam in Sacred Oratory, by Herrick Johnson
    8. The Philosophy of Evolution, by George B. Cheever
    9. Draper's Religion and Science
    10. Contemporary Literature
    11. Theological and Literary Intelligence
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1875, vol. 4, no. 14
    1. The Spirits in Prison
    2. An Open Letter to Professor Tyndall, by John Laing
    3. Calvin's Life and Labors, by Philip Schaff
    4. Materialism in Germany
    5. Christian Work, And the Education of Young Christians Therein, by J. A. Wight
    6. The Controversy with Pharaoh not Upon a False Issue, by G. Lansing
    7. Theistic Reactions in Modern Speculation, by John W. Mears
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1875, vol. 4, no. 15
    1. The Modern Theory of Forces, by C. B. Welch
    2. Reason and Redemption, by Henry C. Alexander
    3. The Indian Question, by George Ainslie
    4. Studies in the Gospels: Luke, The Gospel for the Greeks, by D. S. Gregory
    5. The Progress and Prospects of Oriental Discovery, by Howard Crosby
    6. Morality and Free Thought, by M. Saint-Rene Taillandier
    7. Exposition of John xxi: 15-17, by Samuel Hutchings
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1875, vol. 4, no. 16
    1. Presbyterian Elements of Our Nationality, by E. H. Gillett
    2. Civil and Religious Liberty in Turkey, by E. D. G. Prime
    3. The Right of a Prosecutor to Appeal, by Francis L. Patton
    4. The Law of Appeal in the Presbyterian Church, by George C. Noyes
    5. "God in Human Thought," by Henry A. Nelson
    6. Textual and Topical Preaching Compared, by James M. Crowell
    7. Simon's Mistake—Luke 7:36–50, by B. T. DeWitt
    8. The Sabbath, And How to Observe It, by Ezra M. Hunt
    9. The Currency Question, by Lyman H. Atwater
    10. Literary and Theological Intelligence
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1876, vol. 5, no. 17
    1. The Auburn Declaration, by E. D. Morris
    2. The Study of the Hebrew Language, by W. Henry Green
    3. Jesus and the Resurrection, by Thomas H. Skinner
    4. Our Indians and the Duty of the Presbyterian Church to Them, by J. Elliot Condict
    5. The Philosophy of Arthur Schopenhauer, by Friedrich Harms
    6. Perpetuity of the Sabbath, by a Layman
    7. Church Questions in Foreign Missions, by John C. Lowrie
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1876, vol. 5, no. 18
    1. Civil Government and Religion, by Lyman H. Atwater
    2. Beneficiary Education: Historical Sketch, by A. D. Barber
    3. Lipsius on the Roman Peter-Legend, by Samuel M. Jackson
    4. Final Causes and Contemporaneous Physiology, by M. Paul Janet
    5. The Ecclesiastical Disruption of 1861, by R. L. Stanton
    6. Christianty without Christ, by Charles Hodge
    7. Contemporary Literature
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1876, vol. 5, no. 19
    1. The Formation of Our Standards, by J. B. Bittinger
    2. Theories of Labor Reform and Social Improvement, by Wm. A. Holliday
    3. Calvinism and American Independence, by Thomas Balch
    4. Henry Stephens' Greek Thesaurus, by Jacob Cooper
    5. Christian Apologetics, by Henry B. Smith
    6. The Decay of the Turkish Empire, by Edward Riggs
    7. The American Stamp Act, by Frederic Vinton
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1876, vol. 5, no. 20
    1. American Methodism in 1876, by W. J. R. Taylor
    2. The Indian Question, by Thomas Williamson
    3. Our Indian Policy Further Considered, by R. H. Milroy
    4. Organization the Fundamental Principle of Social Science, by J. H. McIlvaine
    5. The Organic Unity of the Church, by William E. Knox
    6. The Great Awakening of 1740, by Lyman H. Atwater
    7. Revivals of the Century, by Lyman H. Atwater
    8. Recent German Works on Apologetics, by Henry B. Smith
    9. Philosophy and Science in Germany, by J. P. K. Bryan
    10. Current Note
    11. Contemporary Literature
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1877, vol. 6, no. 21
    1. Exegetical Theology, Especially of the Old Testament, by Charles A. Briggs
    2. The Early Religion of Ireland, by Wm. Hamilton
    3. Dale on Baptism, by W. J. Beecher
    4. An Indiana Pioneer, by H. A. Edson
    5. The Sabbath Question, by Byron Sunderland
    6. Present Facilities for Evangelizing the World, by R. G. Wilder
    7. Presbyterian Colleges, as Related to the Growth of Our Ministry, by A. A. E. Taylor
    8. The Vowel-Points Controversy in the XVI, XVII, and XVIII Centuries, by B. Pick
    9. Contemporary Literature
    10. Theological and Literary Intelligence
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1877, vol. 6, no. 22
    1. Problems for Educated Minds in America in the New Century, by Charles E. Knox
    2. The Perpetual Authority of the Old Testament, by William Henry Green
    3. Equable Reduction of the General Assembly, by Edward P. Wood
    4. Professor Henry Boyton Smith, by Marvin R. Vincent
    5. Evangelists and Lay-Exhorters, by J. M. P. Otts
    6. The Power and Importance of Unction in Preaching, by Arthur T. Pierson
    7. The New Manuscript of Clement of Rome, by C. J. H. Ropes
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1877, vol. 6, no. 23
    1. The Higher Life and Christian Perfection, by Lyman H. Atwater
    2. The Great Messianic Prophecy, by Wolcott Calkins
    3. The Law Passing Away, Not by Destruction, But By Fulfillment, by Addison Ballard
    4. Presbyterianism on the Frontiers, by Joseph F. Tuttle
    5. Total Depravity, by Henry A. Nelson
    6. The Malay Archipelago, by J. K. Wight
    7. A Jewish Prayer Book, by D. W. Fisher
 
  • Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review 1877, vol. 6, no. 24
    1. Dogma and Dogmatic Christianity, by Thomas Croskery
    2. The Development Theory, by J. S. Beekman
    3. Some Phases of Modern Thought, by William M. Taylor
    4. Who Wrote the Epistle of James? by Samuel Dodd
    5. The Inductive Sciences of Nature and the Bible, by E. R. Craven
    6. The Brahmo Somaj, by A. Broadhead
    7. Faith and Trust, by Edward A. Lawrence
 

The Princeton Review (21 issues)

  • Publication Date: (1878–1884)
  • The Princeton Review 1878 (January-June)
    1. Retribution, in Relation to the Justice, Goodness and Purpose of God, by Francis L. Patton
    2. The Church in Its Relation to the State and Civil Law In Scotland and America, by Alex Taylor Innes
    3. The Eastern Problem, by Daniel S. Gregory
    4. Catholic Elements in Presbyterianism, by Edward D. Morris
    5. Christian Theology in its Vital Form and Positive Attitude, by Ransom B. Welch
    6. Genuineness of the Pentateuch, by William Henry Green
    7. Evolutionism Respecting Man, and the Bible, by John T. Duffield
    8. Conditions of Successful Prayer, by William M. Taylor
    9. Contemporary Philosophy: Historical, by James McCosh
    10. Materialism and the Pulpit, by George P. Fisher
    11. Casuistry: Theological and Legal, by Francis Wharton
    12. Limits to State Control of Private Business, by Thomas M. Cooley
    13. Design in Nature, by Paul A. Chadbourne
    14. The Ordo Salutis, by Archibald Alexander Hodge
    15. Opening of the Synod of Dort, by Samuel M. Hopkins
    16. Evil in Things Good, by John Hall
    17. The Bible and the Public School, by Samuel T. Spear
    18. The State in Relation to Morality, Religion, and Education, by Lyman H. Atwater
    19. Dualism, Materialism, or Idealism? by Francis Bowen
    20. No Preaching to the Dead, by Nathaniel West
    21. German Thought and Schopenhauer's Pessimism, by Archibald Alexander
    22. The Pontificate of Pius the Ninth, by A. Cleveland Coxe
    23. Shall the Keys or the Sceptre Rule in Germany? by Charles A. Salmond
    24. Evolution from Mechanical Force, by Laurens P. Hickok
    25. A Personal Resurrection and Modern Physical Science, by E. A. Washburn
    26. God's Threefold Revelation of Himself, by C. A. Row
    27. The Drift of Europe, Christian and Social, by Joseph P. Thompson
    28. Science and Revelation, by Andrew P. Peabody
    29. Crime: Its Cause and Cure, by E. C. Wines
    30. American Art: Its Progress and Prospects, by John F. Weir
 
  • The Princeton Review 1878 (July-December)
    1. Exploration as Verifying Revelation, by J. L. Porter
    2. God's Indiscriminate Proposals of Mercy as Related to His Power, Wisdom, and Sincerity, by Robert L. Dabney
    3. Classics and Colleges, by B. L. Gildersleeve
    4. The Materialist Revival and the Miracle of the Raising of the Dead, by Lionel S. Beale
    5. The Son of Man, by J. J. van Oosterzee
    6. Recent Changes in Jurisprudence and Apologetics, by Francis Wharton
    7. Methods of Home-Evangelization, by William. G. Blaikie
    8. Kant, and his Fortunes in England, by J. P. Mahaffy
    9. Christianity and Christians at the Court of the Roman Emperors, Before The Time of Constantine, by Prof. Adolf Harnack
    10. The Prophets and Prophecy in Israel, by William Henry Green
    11. The Problems Concerning the Human Will, as Related to Scientific and Philosophic Theories, by Henry Calderwood
    12. Art as an Interpreter of History, by Prof. Henry Coppe
    13. Taxation of the Liquor Traffic, by Robert C. Pitman
    14. Science and a Future State, by Balfour Stewart
    15. John Stuart Mill and the Destruction of Theism, by Daniel S. Gregory
    16. The Aim of Poetry, by J. C. Shairp
    17. The Foundations of Chance, by John Venn
    18. Faith, by Mark Hopkins
    19. The Political Outlook in France, by Robert L. Stanton
    20. The Cost of Landed Gentry, by Arthur Arnold
    21. The Anglo-Catholic Movement, Past and Future, by C. J Gloucester
    22. National Morality, by Edward A. Freeman
    23. The Present Rights and Duties of Science, by J. W. Dawson
    24. Philosophy as Scientia Scientiarum, by Robert Flint
    25. The European Equilibrium, by Theodore D. Woolsey
    26. Copyrights and Patents, by Leone Levi
    27. Man's Place in Nature, by Joseph Le Conte
    28. The Duties of Higher Towards Lower Races in a Mixed Community, by George Rawlinson
    29. Eclipses of the Sun, by Simon Newcomb
    30. The Recent Solar Eclipse, by Charles A. Young
 
  • The Princeton Review 1879 (January-June)
    1. The Conscience as a Witness for Christ, by W. D. Killen
    2. The Monetary Conferences of 1867 and 1878, and The Future of Silver, by Francis A. Walker
    3. Moral Government: Its Two Postulates—The Freedom Of Man and The Personality of God, by Benjamin F. Cocker
    4. Political Effect of the Decline of Faith in Continental Europe, by John W. Draper
    5. The Day at Cæsarea Philippi, by Bernhard Weiss
    6. The Pulpit and Skeptical Culture, by Stuart Robinson
    7. The Surrender of Fugitives from Justice, by Thomas M. Cooley
    8. The Philosophy of Causality: Hume And Kant, by J. Hutchinson Stirling
    9. Causes of Commercial Depression, by James E. Thorold Rogers
    10. Religion and the State, by Taylor Lewis
    11. The Genesis and Migrations of Plants, by J. W. Dawson
    12. The Pulpit and Popular Skepticism, by Phillips Brooks
    13. Sentimental and Practical Politics, by Edward A. Freeman
    14. Thiers, by Edmond De Pressensé
    15. Final Cause, by James McCosh
    16. Continental Painting at Paris in 1878, by Philip Gilbert Hamerton
    17. University Work in America And Classical Philology, by B. L. Gildersleeve
    18. Science and a Future State, by Balfour Stewart
    19. The Final Philosophy, by Francis L. Patton
    20. The Critical Estimate of Mosaism, by Alfred Cave
    21. The Idea of Cause, by Francis Bowen
    22. A Plea for Free Trade, by Arthur Arnold
    23. Pre-Millenarianism, by R. M. Patterson
 
  • The Princeton Review 1879 (July-December)
    1. Labor and Wages in England, by James E. Thorold Rogers
    2. The Aim and Influence of Modern Biblical Criticism, by Edward A. Washburn
    3. Nemesis in the Court-Room, by Francis Wharton
    4. The Claims Of Reason, Conscience, and Authority, Considered in Reference to Rationalism and Ultramontanism, by William J. Irons
    5. The Organ of Mind, by David Ferrier
    6. Music and Worship, by E. N. Potter
    7. Christ and the Doctrine of Immortality, by George Matheson
    8. Local Government—At Home and Abroad, by Robert P. Porter
    9. Philosophy and Apologetics, by Charles W. Shields
    10. Progress of Christianity in the United States of America, by Philip Schaff
    11. The Latest Phase of the Philosophic Movement in Italy, by Luigi Ferri
    12. Painting in Its Historic Relations, by Henry Coppée
    13. Religion and Morality, by Henry N. Day
    14. The Problem of the Human Will, as Related to Scientific and Philosophic Theories, by Henry Calderwood
    15. The Laws of War in Their Bearing on Peace, by Sheldon Amos
    16. Secularized Education, by Robert L. Dabney
    17. Virgil as a Precursor of Christianity, by J. C. Shairp
    18. Professor Huxley's Exposition of Hume's Philosophy, by Noah Porter
    19. University Questions in England, by Goldwin Smith
    20. Professor Tyndall upon the Origin of the Cosmos, by Mark Hopkins
    21. Comparative View of American Progress, by Robert P. Porter
    22. The A Priori Novum Organum of Christianity, by Lyman H. Atwater
    23. Bimetallism, by William G. Sumner
    24. Points of Contact Between Science and Revelation, by John W. Dawson
    25. Herbert Spencer's Data of Ethics, by James McCosh
 
  • The Princeton Review 1880 (January-June)
    1. Historic Forces, by Francis A. Henry
    2. The Inspiration of the New Testament, by Samuel Bartlett
    3. The Fulfilment of the Berlin Treaty, by Edward A. Freeman
    4. Recent Progress in Solar Astronomy, by Charles A. Young
    5. Rationalism in the Free Church of Scotland, by Francis L. Patton
    6. Spelling Reform, by Francis A. March
    7. The Old Roman Spirit and Religion in Latin Christianity, by George P. Fisher
    8. The Essential Characteristics and Mutual Relations of the School, the College, and the University, by Joseph Le Conte
    9. Philological and Historical Criticism: Its Place in Modern Life, by James E. Thorold Rogers
    10. Prison Labor, by Eugene Smith
    11. Thomas Aquinas and the Encyclical Letter, by Archibald Alexander
    12. The Theory and Practice of Elections, by William G. Sumner
    13. Poetry Versus Agnosticism, by J. C. Shairp
    14. The Religious Aspects of the Logic of Chance and Probability, by Andrew P. Peabody
    15. The Human and the Brute Mind, by Francis Bowen
    16. The Reform of Women's Education in Great Britain, by Alexander Grant
    17. The Newest Atheism, by Noah Porter
    18. The Organization of Labor, by Simon Newcomb
    19. The Resurrection of Christ: The Test of Christianity, by Philip Schaff
    20. Political Economy a Science—of What? by Lyman H. Atwater
    21. Haeckel on the Evolution of Man, by J. W. Dawson
 
  • The Princeton Review 1880 (July-December)
    1. The Position of England in the East, by George Rawlinson
    2. The Theory and Practice of Elections, by William G. Sumner
    3. The Genesis of Sin: A Study in the Third Chapter of Genesis, by George Dana Boardman
    4. The Edenic Period of Man, by Alexander MacWhorter
    5. The Principles of Taxation, by Francis A. Walker
    6. The Philosophy of Education in its Relation to the School and the Teacher, by S. S. Laurie
    7. Development and Growth of Conscience, by James McCosh
    8. Physical Habits as Related to the Will, by Henry Calderwood
    9. Late American Statesmen, by Francis Wharton
    10. Popular Education as a Safeguard for Popular Suffrage, by Robert. L. Dabney
    11. Poetic Style with Special Reference to Modern English Poetry, by J. C. Shairp
    12. The Organization of Labor, by Simon Newcomb
    13. Symbolic Logic, by John Venn
    14. Herbert Spencer's Theory of Sociology: A Critical Essay, by Noah Porter
    15. The Ultimate Design of Man, by Frederic Godet
    16. How Congress and the Public Deal with a Great Revenue and Industrial Problem, by David A. Wells
    17. The Sabbath Question, by Julius H. Seelye
    18. Agnosticism in Kant, by A. T. Ormond
    19. The Antiquity of Man and the Origin of Species, by J. W. Dawson
    20. The Historical Proofs of Christianity, by George P. Fisher
    21. Criteria of the Various Kinds of Truth, by James McCosh
 
  • The Princeton Review 1881 (January-June)
    1. Grounds of Knowledge and Rules for Belief, by Mark Hopkins
    2. The Public Schools of England, by William M. Sloane
    3. The Historical Proofs of Christianity, by George P. Fisher
    4. Christian Morality, Expediency, and Liberty, by Lyman H. Atwater
    5. Legal Prohibition of the Liquor Traffic, by Henry Wade Rogers
    6. Is Thought Possible without Language? Case of a Deaf-Mute, by Samuel Porter
    7. Presidential Elections and Civil-Service Reform, by William G. Sumner
    8. Evolution in Relation to Materialism, by Joseph Le Conte
    9. A Moral Argument, by John P. Coyle
    10. The Historical Proofs of Christianity, by George P. Fisher
    11. The Study of Anglo-Saxon, by Theodore W. Hunt
    12. The Argument Against Protective Taxes, by William G. Sumner
    13. The Reasonableness of Faith, by J. C. Shairp
    14. Practical Uses of Electricity, by Charles A. Young
    15. Christian Metempsychosis, by Francis Bowen
    16. The Silver Question and the International Monetary Conference of 1881, by F. A. P. Barnard
    17. On Causation and Development, by James McCosh
    18. The Sculptor and His Art, by John F. Weir
    19. The Regulation of Railroads, by Lyman H. Atwater
    20. On the So-Called Science of Religion, by William D. Whitney
 
  • The Princeton Review 1881 (July-December)
    1. Continental and Island Life: Their Present State and Past History, by J. W. Dawson
    2. English Poetry in the Eighteenth Century, by J. C. Shairp
    3. The Historical Proofs of Christianity, by George P. Fisher
    4. Philosophical Results of a Denial of Miracles, by John Bascom
    5. Late American Statesmen, by Francis Wharton
    6. Anthropomorphism, by M. Stuart Phelps
    7. Assassination and the Spoils System, by Dorman B. Eaton
    8. The Prospective Civilization of Africa, by George Rawlinson
    9. Subjective Theory of Inspiration, by Charles Elliott
    10. Our Public Debts, by Robert P. Porter
    11. The Historical Proofs of Christianity, by George P. Fisher
    12. On Certain Abuses in Language, by Edward A. Freeman
    13. Consciousness and Personality, by Andrew P. Peabody
    14. The Relations of Moral Philosophy to Speculation Concerning the Origin of Man, by Henry Calderwood
    15. Sociology, by William G. Sumner
    16. The Origin and Development of Musical Scales, by Waldo S. Pratt
    17. Some Difficulties of Modern Materialism, by Borden P. Bowne
    18. Illustrations of a Law of Evolution of Thought, by Joseph LeConte
    19. The Kantian Centennial, by Noah Porter
 
  • The Princeton Review 1882 (January-June)
    1. Future Paper Money of this Country, by Lyman H. Atwater
    2. The Moral and Religious Training of Children, by G. Stanley Hall
    3. The Concord School of Philosophy, by James McCosh
    4. The Architect and His Art, by John F. Weir
    5. Anti-National Phases of State Government, by Eugene Smith
    6. The Place of Philosophy in the Theological Curriculum, by Francis L. Patton
    7. The Private Ownership of Land, by J. M. Sturtevant
    8. Modern æstheticism, by Theodore W. Hunt
    9. The Collapse of Faith, by Noah Porter
    10. Patronage Monopoly and the Pendleton Bill, by Dorman B. Eaton
    11. Philosophy and its Specific Problems, by George S. Morris
    12. Evolution in Education, by J. W. Dawson
    13. American Agriculture, by Francis A. Walker
    14. Right and Wrong in Politics, by Sheldon Amos
    15. Orthodox Rationalism, by Newman Smyth
    16. The Painter's Art, by John F. Weir
    17. Church Economics, by John Hall
    18. The Collapse of Faith, by Noah Porter
 
  • The Princeton Review 1882 (July-December)
    1. Wages, Prices and Profits, by Carroll D. Wright
    2. The Personality of God and of Man, by George P. Fisher
    3. Polygamy in New England, by Leonard Woolsey Bacon
    4. Rationality, Activity, and Faith, by William James
    5. The New Irish Land Law, by D. B. King
    6. Proposed Reforms in Collegiate Education, by Lyman H. Atwater
    7. Can Americans Compete in the Ocean Carrying Trade? by George F. Seward
    8. The Future of Turkey, by George Rawlinson
    9. The Doctrine of the Trinity in the Light of Recent Psychology, by Henry N. Day
    10. Personality and Law—The Duke of Argyll, by Mark Hopkins
    11. The Progress of Co-Operation in the United States, by R. Heber Newton
    12. The Dawn of the English Reformation, by James E. Thorold Rogers
    13. Wages, by William G. Sumner
    14. The Theological Renaissance of the Nineteenth Century, by Alexander V. G. Allen
    15. Great Britain, America, and Ireland, by Goldwin Smith
    16. The Education of the Will, by G. Stanley Hall
    17. The Scottish Philosophy, as Contrasted with the German, by James McCosh
    18. Tariff Revision: Its Necessity and Possible Methods, by David A. Wells
 
  • The Princeton Review 1883 (January-June)
    1. Tariff Revision: Its Necessity and Possible Methods, by David A. Wells
    2. An Early American Version of the Scriptures, by Francis Bowen
    3. Disfranchisement for Crime, by James F. Colby
    4. The Theological Renaissance of the Nineteenth Century, by Alexander V. G. Allen
    5. Art and Ethics, by Henry J. van Dyke, Jr.
    6. The Latest Irish Legislation and Its Principles, by Sheldon Amos
    7. The Utah Problem: Why It Remains Unsolved, by Henry Randall Waite
    8. A New Experiment in Education, by Professor Felix Adler
    9. St. Paul, by Philip Schaff
    10. The Hidden Heart, by Tayler Lewis
    11. Convict Labor and the Labor Reformers, by A. S. Meyrick
    12. American Manufactures, by Francis A. Walker
    13. The Antagonisms Between Hindooism and Christianity, by Samuel H. Kellogg
    14. The Contents of the Children's Minds, by G. Stanley Hall
    15. Modern Comedy, by J. Brander Matthews
    16. Grammar and aesthetics, by Basil L. Gildersleeve
    17. Art in America in 1883, by Clarence Cook
    18. The Most Recent Phases of the Tariff Question, by David A. Wells
    19. On the Education of Ministers, by Charles W. Eliot
 
  • The Princeton Review 1883 (July-December)
    1. The Most Recent Phases of the Tariff Question, by David A. Wells
    2. The Alleged Conflict of Natural Science and Religion, by George P. Fisher
    3. Anthony Trollope, by Bayard Tuckerman
    4. On the Education of Ministers: A Reply to President Eliot, by Francis L. Patton
    5. Recent Researchers in Cerebral Physiology, by William B. Scott
    6. The Political Situation in France after the Death of Gambetta, by Edmond de Pressensé
    7. A College Fetich, by Noah Porter
    8. Our Iron, Woollen, and Silk Industries before the Tariff Commission, by Herbert Putnam
    9. Incineration, by John D. Beugless
    10. The Artist as Painter, by John F. Weir
    11. Antecedent Probalities of a Revelation, by David J. Hill
    12. Recent French Fiction, by J. Brander Matthews
    13. The Abnegation of Self-Government, by Thomas M. Cooley
    14. Divorce-Reform, by Leonard Woolsey Bacon
    15. Ivan Sergheievitch Tourgeneff, by Bayard Tuckerman
    16. The 'Foreign Competitive Pauper Labor' Argument for Protection, by David A. Wells
    17. Currency Problems, by Worthington C. Ford
    18. The Critical Study of the Scriptures, by Francis A. Henry
 
  • The Princeton Review 1884 (January-Feburary)
    1. Agnosticism In American Fiction, by Julian Hawthorne
    2. On The Education of Statesmen, by Prof. Henry C. Adams
    3. The Railway Problem, by C. Stuart Patterson
    4. A Study of the Mind's Chambers of Imagery, by President McCosh
    5. The Morrow of the Gladstone Administration, by Canon George Rawlinson
    6. The College of ToDay, by R. R. Bowker
 
  • The Princeton Review 1884 (March-April)
    1. The Study of Greek, by George P. Fisher
    2. Our Colleges Before the Country, by Prof. William G. Sumner
    3. The Tariff on Works of Art, by Henry Marquand
    4. The Modern German Novel, by Hjalmar H. Boyesen
    5. Some Aspects of the Divorce Question, by Rev. Samuel W. Dike
    6. Our Experience in Taxing Distilled Spirits, by Hon. David A. Wells
 
  • The Princeton Review 1884 (May-June)
    1. Federal Aid to Education, by Henry Randall Waite
    2. The Physical Relation of Man to Animals, by Prof. Joseph Le Conte
    3. Land-Owner and Farmer in England, by David B. King
    4. Mystical Theism, by the Late Prof. M. Stuart Phelps
    5. Sheridan and His Biographers, by Brander Matthews
    6. Shall We Have a Second Federal Convention? by Alexander Johnston
 
  • The Princeton Review 1884 (July-August)
    1. What Is Education? by Bonamy Prince
    2. On The Education of Statesmen, by Rev. Francis A. Henry
    3. National Language and National Character, by E. A. Meredith
    4. Myths of the Origin of Death, by Andrew Lang
    5. Henry James's Novels, by Edgar Fawcett
    6. Our Experience in Taxing Distilled Spirits, by Hon. David A. Wells
 
  • The Princeton Review 1884 (September-October)
    1. Women of the Twentieth Century, by Francis King Carey
    2. The Legal Tender Decision, by Worthington C. Ford
    3. The Personality of God, by Rev. James S. Candlish
    4. The Telegraph Question, by Prof. David B. King
    5. The First Lines of Biology, by John G. Macvicar
    6. Greek and a Liberal Education, by President Noah Porter
 
  • The Princeton Review 1884 (November-December)
    1. Man in Nature, by Sir J. William Dawson
    2. Emerson and the Philosophy of Evolution, by Edwin D. Mead
    3. Lord Lytton, by Bayard Tuckerman
    4. Our Experience in Taxing Distilled Spirits, by Hon. David A. Wells
    5. The Two Schools of Political Economy, by Prof. Simon Newcomb
    6. Descartes and Theology, by Prof. J. P. Mahaffy
 

The Presbyterian Review (40 issues)

  • Publication Date: (1880–1889)
  • The Presbyterian Review 1880, vol. 1, no. 1
    1. The Idea and Aims of the Presbyterian Review
    2. Hume, Huxley, and Miracles, by William G. T. Shedd
    3. Juvenal's Historical Judgments, by William A. Packard
    4. The Apologetical Value of the Testaments of the XII, Patriarchs by Ben. B. Warfield
    5. Notes on Theological Education in the Reformed Churches of France and French Switzerland, by Henry M. Baird
    6. Ravenna, by Marvin R. Vincent
    7. Documentary History of the Westminster Assembly, by C. A. Briggs
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1880, vol. 1, no. 2
    1. The Chronology of the Kings of Israel and Judah, by Willis J. Beecher
    2. The Chinese in America, by James Eells
    3. Deaconesses, by Alexander T. McGill
    4. Henry Vaughan, the Poet of Light, by Samuel W. Duffield
    5. The Theory of Professor Kuenen, by Talbot W. Chambers
    6. A Plea for Evangelical Apologetics, by John Monro Gibson
    7. The Exclusiveness of Christianity, by S. H. Kellogg
    8. Notes and Notices
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1880, vol. 1, no. 3
    1. The Future of Humanity on Earth, by Edward D. Morris
    2. The Mission of the Church in the Evangelization of the Masses, by Arthur T. Pierson
    3. The Chronology of the Life of Christ, by Philip Schaff
    4. The Catholicity of Presbyterianism, by A. Taylor Innes
    5. Bible Revision and the Psalms, by John DeWitt
    6. The Supply of Ministers, by R. M. Patterson
    7. Relation of American Civil Law to Ecclesiastical Jurisprudence, by H. D. Jenkins
    8. Notes and Notices
    9. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1880, vol. 1, no. 4
    1. Evolution in Relation to Species, by J. H. McIlvaine
    2. History of the Early Scottish Church, by James C. Moffat
    3. The Relation of the Church to the Indian Question, by J. M. Linn
    4. The After-World, by Jno. F. Kendall
    5. Republican Governments and the Moralities of Life, by John D. Sherwood
    6. Notes and Notices
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1881, vol. 2, no. 5
    1. John À Lasco, by David D. Demarest
    2. Protestant Missions in China During the Last Half Century, by S. Wells Williams
    3. The Provincial Assembly of London, 1647-1660, by C. A. BriggsBible Wines, by Dunlop Moore
    4. Horace Bushnell, by Lyman H. Atwater
    5. The Reorganization of the Synods, by Erskine N. White
    6. Notes and Notices
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1881, vol. 2, no. 6
    1. Inspiration, by A. A. Hodge
    2. The Prevalent Confusion; and the Attitude of Christian Faith, by R. B. Welch
    3. The Book of Discipline in a Revised form, as Proposed by the Assembly's Revision Committee, by Alexr. T. McGill
    4. Mormonism, by Robert G. McNiece
    5. Charles Hodge, by Francis L. Patton
    6. Notes and Notices
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1881, vol. 2, no. 7
    1. The Plan of the New Bible Revision, by Talbot W. Chambers
    2. Henry Boynton Smith, by Z. M. Humphrey
    3. The Grounds and Methods of the Temperance Reform, by John W. Mears
    4. The Ethical Element in Our Earlier Literature, by Theodore W. Hunt
    5. Critical Theories of the Sacred Scriptures in Relation to Their Inspiration, by C. A. Briggs
    6.  
    7. Notes and Notices
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1881, vol. 2, no. 8
    1. Notes on the Revised New Testament, by Marvin R. Vincent
    2. The Proof of New Testament Miracle Compared with the Proof of the Miracle of the Roman Calendar, by Clement R. Vaughan
    3. Mediæval Jewish Theology, by Henry P. Smith
    4. The Biblical Blank, by R. M. Patterson
    5. Preaching and Modern Scepticism, by Henry Darling
    6. Notes and Notices
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1882, vol. 3, no. 9
    1. The Comparative Certainty of Physics and Metaphysics, by William G. T. Shedd
    2. The Argument from Law, by Gilbert M. Tucker
    3. The Doctrine of the Covenants Considered as the Central Principle of Theology, by A. B. Van Zandt
    4. The Presbyterian Cultus, by Samuel M. Hopkins
    5. Presbyterial Care of Theological Students, by James Eells
    6. Sacramental Wine, by Dunlop Moore
    7. Prof. W. Robertson Smith on the Pentateuch, by W. Henry Green
    8. Notes and Notices
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1882, vol. 3, no. 10
    1. The Messianic Kingdom, by Charles Elliott
    2. The Homiletical Value of Wordsworth's Poetry, by John DeWitt
    3. John Mitchell Mason, by C. Van Santvoord
    4. The Majesty of God as Revealed, by Modern Stellar Astronomy
    5. Is Total Abstinence True Temperance? by Willis J. Beecher
    6. The Greek Testament of Westcott and Hort, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    7. The Critical Theories of Julius Wellhausen, by Henry P. Smith
    8. Notes and Notices
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1882, vol. 3, no. 11
    1. Recent Ethical Theory, by W. E. Hamilton
    2. Is the Advent Pre-Millennial? by S. H. Kellogg
    3. Biblical Theology, by C. A. Briggs
    4. Alexander Campbell and the Disciples, by Edwin F. Hatfield
    5. Delitzsch on the Origin and Composition of the Pentateuch, by Samuel Ives Curtiss
    6. Notes and Notices
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1882, vol. 3, no. 12
    1. Lyman Beecher on the Atonement—Its Nature and Extent
    2. The Light of Asia, by Robert D. Wilson
    3. The Sabbath in the Cuneiform Records, by Francis Brown
    4. The Logical Methods of Professor Kuenen, by Willis J. Beecher
    5. The Origin of Theism, by Francis L. Patton
    6. Notes and Notices
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1883, vol. 4, no. 13
    1. The Teaching of Our Lord Regarding the Sabbath and its Bearing on Christian Work, by George Patterson
    2. The Separation of Church and State in Virginia, by J. Harris Patton
    3. Revised Book of Discipline, by E. R. Craven
    4. A Critical Study of the History of the Higher Criticism with Special Reference to the Pentateuch, by C. A. Briggs
    5. Darwinism and the Dakota Group, by William Justin Harsha
    6. John Henry Newman and the Oxford Revival, by Archibald Alexander
    7.  
    8.  
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1883, vol. 4, no. 14
    1. The Second Advent not Premillennial, by Robert W. Patterson
    2. The Holy Sabbath, by J. H. McIlvaine
    3. Doctrinal Significance of the Revision, by Llewellyn J. Evans
    4. Presbyterianism in its Relation to Congregationalism, by J. K. Wight
    5. Revised Book of Discipline, by Edward P. Humphrey
    6. The Dogmatic Aspect of Pentateuchal Criticism by Francis L. Patton
    7. Notes and Notices
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1883, vol. 4, no. 15
    1. Modern Miracles, by Marvin R. Vincent
    2. The Doctrines of the Buddha and the Doctrines of the Christ, by S. H. Kellogg
    3. Infant Salvation and its Theological Bearings, by George L. Prentiss
    4. Spencer's Philosophy and Theism, by Oscar Craig
    5. Notes and Notices
    6. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1883, vol. 4, no. 16
    1. Milton and Tennyson, by Henry J. Van Dyke, Jr.
    2. Hilary of Poitiers and the Earliest Latin Hymns, by Samuel W. Duffield
    3. Studies in Eschatology, by Philip Schaff
    4. Presbyterian Worship, by R. M. Patterson
    5. The Psalter of Solomon, by Bernhard Pick
    6. Notes and Notices
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1884, vol. 5, no. 17
    1. The Sacraments and the Children of the Church, by Henry J. Van Dyke
    2. Degeneration of Romanism Since the Reformation, by Thomas Croskery
    3. Healing through Faith, by R. L. Stanton
    4. The Mediæval Communists, by Maurice G. Hansen
    5. A New Principle in Education, by D. S. Gregory
    6. Notes and Notices
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1884, vol. 5, no. 18
    1. Rev. Dr. James Richards and His Theology, by Ransom B. Welch
    2. The Ontological Argument for the Divine Existence, by William G. T. Shedd
    3. The Unity of the Apocalypse, with Especial Reference to Dr. Völter's Strictures, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    4. The Consensus of the Reformed Confessions, by A. A. Hodge
    5. Dr. Stanton on 'Healing Through Faith,' by Marvin R. Vincent
    6. Notes and Notices
    7. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1884, vol. 5, no. 19
    1. Rev. Dr. James Richards and His Theology
    2. The Proper Training of Young Converts, by Teunis S. Hamlin
    3. Melanchthon, by Philip Schaff
    4. The Religious Belief of Shakespeare, by James O. Murray
    5. Notes and Notices
    6. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1884, vol. 5, no. 20
    1. Spencer's Philosophy and Theism, by Oscar Craig
    2. Modern Science and the Religious Instinct, by George Matheson
    3. The Mutual Relations of the Synoptical Gospels, by Alexander Balmain Bruce
    4. The Transition in English Poetry From Pope to Burns, by T. W. Hunt
    5. The Principles of Puritanism, by C. A. Briggs
    6. The Social Idea in the Church—the True and the False, by O. A. Kingsbury
    7. Notes and Notices
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1885, vol. 6, no. 21
    1. The Belgic Confession and Its Author, by Talbot W. Chambers
    2. The Scripture Warrant for the Baptism of Infants, by Henry J. Van Dyke
    3. The Double Function of Music in The Church, by Leonard Woolsey Bacon
    4. Agnosticism, by Robert Watts
    5. Risks and Responsibilities of Specialism, by Henry Calderwood
    6. Thomas Cartwright's Letter to His Sister-In-Law to Dissuade Her from Brownism, by Thomas Cartwright
    7. Critical Notes: The Song Of Hannah
    8. Editorial Notes: Plans and Prospects
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1885, vol. 6, no. 22
    1. Conversions to Romanism, by Thomas Croskery
    2. Future Probation, by S. H. Kellogg
    3. Are the Heavens Inhabited? by E. F. Burr
    4. Reason and Revelation in the Sciences, by Charles W. Shields
    5. Working Orders under Vows in Protestant Churches, by Henry J. Van Dyke, Jr.
    6. The Idealism of Bishop Berkeley, by Archibald Alexander
    7. A Short Declaration of The Westminster Assembly By Way of Detestation of the Doctrine That God is the Author of Sin, by Henry Roborough
    8. Critical Notes: Hebrew Lexicography and Assyriology
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1885, vol. 6, no. 23
    1. Classifications of the Sciences, by Robert Flint
    2. The Return of Jesus, the Christ, by A. W. Pitzer
    3. The Renascence of Education, by William M. Sloane
    4. Science and Prayer, by D. H. Macvicar
    5. The Revised English Version of the Old Testament, by C. A. Briggs
    6. Critical Notes
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1885, vol. 6, no. 24
    1. Christianity and the Professions, by W. G. Blaikie
    2. The Advent of Jehovah, by Edward L. Curtis
    3. Modern Thought, in Relation to Christianity and the Christian Church, by John Laidlaw
    4. The Old Testament Text and the Revised Version, by Henry Preserved Smith
    5. Lotze's Theistic Philosophy, by H. N. Gardiner
    6. Critical Note: The Rules of Pachomius
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1886, vol. 7, no. 25
    1. The Ministry, by Thomas Witherow
    2. John Todd of Virginia and John Todd of Indiana: A Home Missionary Sketch, by Hanford A. Edson
    3. The Missionary Problem in Japan, by George William Knox
    4. The Revised Version of the Bible as a Whole, by William Caven
    5. Ordination to the Christian Ministry, by Henry J. Van Dyke, Sr.
    6. The Metaphysics of Oughtness, by Francis L. Patton
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1886, vol. 7, no. 26
    1. The Silence of Scripture a Proof of Its Divine Origin, by Herrick Johnson
    2. On the Unities of Mediation, by E. D. Morris
    3. The Salvation Army, by Donald Fraser
    4. The Reorganization of Christian Giving, by Alfred Yeomans
    5. The Hittites, by Francis Brown
    6. The Critics of the Revised Version of the Old Testament, by William Henry Green
    7. Critical Note
    8. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1886, vol. 7, no. 27
    1. Romanism in Canada, by D. H. MacVicar
    2. The Languages of Asia Minor, and Their Study as Related to Missionary Work, by Edward Riggs
    3. The Deacon, by George S. Mott
    4. Venantius Fortunatus and His Latin Hymns, by Samuel W. Duffield
    5. Classification Of the Sciences, by R. Flint
    6. Critical Note
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1886, vol. 7, no. 28
    1. Hosea 8:12 and Its Testimony to the Pentateuch, by William Henry Green
    2. Home Missions and the Presbyterian Church, by J. K. Wight
    3. Instinct, by T. S. Doolittle
    4. Samuel Grubbe: A Short Chapter in the History of Philosophy, by Nicholas Murray Butler
    5. The Pecuniary Support of Churches, by Erskine N. White
    6. The Crusade Against the Albigenses, by James C. Moffat
    7. Critical Note
    8. Editorial Notes
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1887, vol. 8, no. 29
    1. The Relation of God to the World, by A. A. Hodge
    2. The Church of Ethiopia, by George H. Schodde
    3. Rationalistic Criticism of the Life of Christ, by Paul Van Dyke
    4. The Proposed School of Biblical Archæology and Philology in the East, by Henry W. Hulbert
    5. The Constitution of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America
    6. Critical Note
    7. Letter on the Relations Between the Presbyterians and Episcopalians in England, by Benedict Pictet, 1708
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1887, vol. 8, no. 30
    1. The Lord's Supper, by Henry J. Van Dyke, Sr.
    2. Our Teachers, by Ransom B. Welch
    3. Reformation Theology in the Light of Modern Knowledge, by J. S. Candlish
    4. Were the Apostles Prelates? by Thomas Witherow
    5. Social Discontent, by D. H. MacVicar
    6. The Constitution of the Presbyterian Church: A Reply to Dr. Craven, by Francis L. Patton
    7. Historical Note: The Work of John Dury in Behalf of Christian Union in the Seventeenth Century
    8.  
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1887, vol. 8, no. 31
    1. Plato's Theory of Education, by John Watson
    2. Union and Co-operation in Foreign Missions, by William J. R. Taylor
    3. Simon Fish and His "Supplication," by Newell Woolsey Wells
    4. The Postulates of Physiological Psychology, by J. Mark Baldwin
    5. The Barriers to Christian Union, by C. A. Briggs
    6. Necessity and Administration of the Lord's Supper, by Henry J. Van Dyke, Sr.
    7. Historical Notes
    8. Critical Note
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1887, vol. 8, no. 32
    1. Isaac August Dorner, by D. W. Simon
    2. Scientific Speculation, by G. Macloskie
    3. Giordano Bruno, by Walter Laidlaw
    4. Elemental Emblems of the Spirit, by J. M. Gibson
    5. Sidney Lanier, by Merrill Edwards Gates
    6. Critical Note. Some Exegetical Notes on 1 Timothy
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1888, vol. 9, no. 33
    1. The French Synods of the Desert, by Henry M. Baird
    2. Some Reasons in Favor of Retouching the Revised English Version of the Scriptures, by Elias Riggs
    3. The Efficiency of the Congregation, by John Hall
    4. The Contributions of Christianity to Science, by Alexander Mair
    5. The Religious Poetry of Babylonia, by Francis Brown
    6. The Present Struggles in the National Church of Holland, by John Cairns
    7. Critical Note: New Theory of the Apocalypse, by C. A. Briggs
    8.  
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1888, vol. 9, no. 34
    1. Progress and Poverty, by George Monro Grant
    2. Divine Love in the Old Testament, by Edward Lewis Curtis
    3. Higher Education in the West, by William C. Roberts
    4. Organization in Church Work, by Samuel J. Niccolls
    5. Presbyterianism in Canada, by Thomas Witherow
    6. Legislative Restriction of Evils, by Willis J. Beecher
    7. The Apocalypse of Jesus, by Charles A. Briggs
    8. Historical Note
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1888, vol. 9, no. 35
    1. Christian Unity and the Historic Episcopate; or, the Fourth Essential in the Declaration of the House of Bishops, by Ransom B. Welch
    2. Primitive Justice, by A. G. Hopkins
    3. Ninian Beall, by J. W. McIlvain
    4. Christianity and Culture, by William T. Herridge
    5. The Genesis of the Scottish Pulpit, by W. G. Blaikie
    6. Can the Being of God be Demonstrated? by Erskine N. White
    7. Historical Note
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1888, vol. 9, no. 36
    1. The Influence of Paganism on Post-Apostolic Christianity, by George T. Purves
    2. The Impeccability of Christ, by William G. T. Shedd
    3. Charles Darwin's Religious Life: A Sketch in Spiritual Biography, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    4. The Two Isaiahs: The Real and the Imaginary, by George C. M. Douglas
    5. Editorial Notes
    6. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1889, vol. 10, no. 37
    1. The Call to the Ministry, by William M. Paxton
    2. The Right of the Poor, by Alfred Yeomans
    3. Are Our Public Schools Godless? by H. D. Jenkins
    4. Assyrian and Hebrew Chronology, by James Orr
    5. The Idealism of Spinoza, by J. Mark Baldwin
    6. A Hundred Years Ago and Now, by Herrick Johnson
    7. Historical Note
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1889, vol. 10, no. 38
    1. The American Sunday-School, by Mancius H. Hutton
    2. The Theology of Ritschl, by George Galloway
    3. The Differences Between the Oratorical and the Rhetorical Styles, by Thomas S. Hastings
    4. Concessions to Science, by G. Macloskie
    5. Romanism as a Factor in Canadian Politics, by T. F. Fotheringham
    6. The Egyptian Nile as a Civilizer, by J. G. Lansing
    7. Consilia Evangelica, by Talbot W. Chambers
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1889, vol. 10, no. 39
    1. Dr. Shedd's System of Theology, by Edward D. Morris
    2. A Churchman's View of Church and State in England, by W. J. Knox-Little
    3. The Planet Mars, by C. A. Young
    4. The Babylonian Flood-Legend and the Hebrew Record of the Deluge, by John D. Davis
    5. Nature and Miracle, by W. W. Harsha
    6. The Heroic Spirit in the Christian Ministry, by William M. Taylor
    7. Editorial Notes
    8. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian Review 1889, vol. 10, no. 40
    1. The Revision of the Westminster Confession of Faith, by Philip Schaff
    2. Revision of the Confession of Faith, by John DeWitt
    3. Churchly, Christian, and Scriptural Modes of Ethical Work, by A. Gosman
    4. The Atonement, by R. B. Welch
    5. The Ministry of the Deaconess, by Louis H. Jordan
    6. Editorial Notes
 

The New Princeton Review (18 issues)

  • Publication Date: (1886–1888)
  • The New Princeton Review 1886, vol. 1, no. 1
    1. Society in the New South, by Charles Dudley Warner
    2. What an American Philosophy Should Be, by James McCosh
    3. The Christian Conception of Property, by C. H. Parkhurst
    4. Lunar Problems Now under Debate, by C. A. Young
    5. The Political Situation
    6. A Free Press in the Middle Colonies, by John Bach McMaster
    7. Monsieur Motte
 
  • The New Princeton Review 1886, vol. 1, no. 2
    1. Contemporary English Ethics, by Francis L. Patton
    2. The Just Scales, by Geo. Dana Boardman
    3. Federal Aid in Education
    4. Do We Require a Diplomatic Service? by E. S. Nadal
    5. The Movement for the Redemption of Niagara, by J. B. Harrison
    6. John Sunde, by H. H. Boyesen
    7. Criticisms, Notes, and Reviews
 
  • The New Princeton Review 1886, vol. 1, no. 3
    1. Wordsworth's Passion, by Titus Munson Coan
    2. Speech: Its Mental and Physical Elements, by M. Allen Starr
    3. The Seventh Petition, by George Bancroft
    4. Egyptian Monotheism, by C. Loring Brace
    5. The Present Position of Civil Service Reform, by Theodore Roosevelt
    6. The Freedman During the War, by O. O. Howard
    7. The Novel of Our Times, by F. N. Zabriskie
 
  • The New Princeton Review 1886, vol. 2, no. 4
    1. Recollections of Carlyle, with Notes Concerning His Reminiscences, by Charles Eliot Norton
    2. The Decay of Art, by W. J. Stillman
    3. The Sunday Question, by Henry C. Potter
    4. The Clergy and the Labor Question, by Henry W. Farnam
    5. The Origin of Life, by H. W. Conn
    6. Reminiscences of Helen Jackson, by Louis Swinburne
    7. Criticisms, Notes, and Reviews
 
  • The New Princeton Review 1886, vol. 2, no. 5
    1. Genius, by Edmund C. Stedman
    2. The Agnostic Dilemma, by Alexander J. Ormond
    3. County Churches in New England, by W. C. Prime
    4. The Origin of a Great Delusion, by George Rutledge Gibson
    5. Indian Treaties and National Honor, by Sarah Newlin
    6. The Freedman During the War, by Gen. O. O. Howard
    7. In and Around a Dispatch Box, by Frances Courtenay Baylor
 
  • The New Princeton Review 1886, vol. 2, no. 6
    1. The Modern Novel, by Thomas Sergeant Perry
    2. Realism, by James McCosh
    3. The Ressurection of Buried Languages, by Francis Brown
    4. Railroad Abuses at Home and Abroad, by Arthur T. Hadley
    5. Sham Legislation by Bayard Tuckerman
    6. The Enlistment of Lafayette, 1776, by Grace King
    7. Madame Lareveilliere
 
  • The New Princeton Review 1887, vol. 3, no. 1
    1. Victor Hugo, by John Safford Fiske
    2. The Present Position of Philosophy in Britain, by Henry Calderwood
    3. Religion in the Public Schools, by Archibald Alexander Hodge
    4. The Past and the Future of the Irish Question, by James Bryce
    5. General McClellan, by Philippe Comte de Paris
    6. The Extirpation of Criminals, by Charles Dudley Warner
    7. Edwin P. Whipple as Critic, by Julius H. Ward
 
  • The New Princeton Review 1887, vol. 3, no. 2
    1. Napoleon Bonaparte, by Henri Taine
    2. Some Political and Social Aspects of the Tariff, by E. L. Godkin
    3. The Essentials of Eloquence, by W. M. Taylor
    4. Of the Study of Politics, by Woodrow Wilson
    5. The Course of American Architecture, by W. P. P. Longfellow
    6. Victor Hugo, by John Safford Fiske
    7. George Meredith, by Flora L. Shaw
 
  • The New Princeton Review 1887, vol. 3, no. 3
    1. Napoleon Bonaparte, by H. Taine
    2. Physiological Ethics, by Noah Porter
    3. Moral Aspects of the Tariff, by Ellis H. Roberts
    4. The Uses of Political Parties, by Levi Parsons
    5. Astronomical Photography, by Charles A. Young
    6. The New Literature of Norway and Denmark, by H. H. Boyesen
    7. A Touch of Sublimity, by Rose Hawthorne Lathrop
 
  • The New Princeton Review 1887, vol. 4, no. 4
    1. Certain Tendencies in Current Literature, by R. W. Gilder
    2. American Art Since the Centennial, by S. G. W. Benjamin
    3. The Theory of Prohibition, by Sanford H. Cobb
    4. The Vicissitudes of a Palace, by Henry Van Dyke
    5. Literary Criticism, by T. W. Hunt
    6. The Minister's Factotum, by "Craigquorn"
    7. Criticisms, Notes, and Reviews
 
  • The New Princeton Review 1887, vol. 4, no. 5
    1. Lord Byron, by Richard Henry Stoddard
    2. The Origin of Life, by H. W. Conn
    3. The First Century of the Constitution, by Alexander Johnston
    4. Some Plain Words on Prohibition, by A. H. Colquitt
    5. American Authors and British Pirates, by Brander Matthews
    6. The Dorr Rebellion in Rhode Island in 1842, by William L. R. Gifford
    7. The Essay as a Literary Form and Quality, by Francis N. Zabriskie
 
  • The New Princeton Review 1887, vol. 4, no. 6
    1. Shelley, by Charles Dudley Warner
    2. A Scheme for Church Reunion, by George Woolsey Hodge
    3. The American Idea, by George Cary Eggleston
    4. American History in the French Archives, by J. Durand
    5. Recollections of David Friedrich Strauss, by William Nast
    6. Dean Plumptre's Dante, by Marvin R. Vincent
    7. The Drama of an Evening, by Grace King
 
  • The New Princeton Review 1888, vol. 5, no. 1
    1. The Dreams of the Blind, by Joseph Jastrow
    2. Race Theories and European Politics, by John Rhys
    3. Our American Life, by John Hall
    4. American Authors and British Pirates, by Brander Matthews
    5. The Tariff in Japan, by E. H. House
    6. The Dangers of Surplus Revenue, by Henry C. Adams
    7. Hidalgo: The Washington of Mexico, by Frances Courtenay Baylor
 
  • The New Princeton Review 1888, vol. 5, no. 2
    1. Emerson, by Gamaliel Bradford, Jr.
    2. The Present Ethical Relations of Absolute Idealism and Naturalism, by Henry Calderwood
    3. Christianity and The Secular Spirit, by R. S. MacArthur
    4. Law, Logic, and Government, by Alexander Johnston
    5. Practical Politics, by Wendell P. Garrison
    6. Foreign Jurisdiction in Japan, by E. H. House
    7. The Marriage of Marie Modeste, by Grace King
 
  • The New Princeton Review 1888, vol. 5, no. 3
    1. Balzac, by John Safford Fiske
    2. A Political Frankenstein, by Eugene Schuyler
    3. The French Provincial Spirit, by W. C. Brownell
    4. Ethics and Economics, by Washington Gladden
    5. An Episode in Central American History, by William Eleroy Curtis
    6. Pastoral Elegies, by Charles G. D. Roberts
    7. Fishin' Jimmy, by Annie Trumbull Slosson
 
  • The New Princeton Review 1888, vol. 6, no. 4
    1. The Study of Eighteenth-Century Literature, by Edmund Gosse
    2. Egyptian Souls and Their Worlds, by G. Maspero
    3. A Political Frankenstein, by Eugene Schuyler
    4. The American Party Convention, by Alexander Johnston
    5. The Duty on Works of Art, by H. Marquand
    6. New York After Paris, by W. C. Brownell
    7. Humanistic Religion, by Alexander T. Ormond
 
  • The New Princeton Review 1888, vol. 6, no. 5
    1. Literary Anodynes, by Andrew Lang
    2. The New Psychology, by J. H. Hyslop
    3. Irish Home Rule and Its Analogies, by Edward A. Freeman
    4. The Knights of Labor, by Francis A. Walker
    5. The Old Master, by Woodrow Wilson
    6. Pessimism and Recent Victorian Poetry, by Henry Randolph
    7. The American School of Art, by J. Durand
 
  • The New Princeton Review 1888, vol. 6, no. 6
    1. Matthew Prior, by Austin Dobson
    2. The Intellectual Life of America, by Charles Eliot Norton
    3. New Principles in Education, by Charles G. Leland
    4. The Renaissance of Barbarism, by George R. Stetson
    5. The Education of the Masses, by James P. Munroe
    6. Matthew Arnold as an English Writer, by T. W. Hunt
    7. Criticisms, Notes, and Reviews
 

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review (52 issues)

  • Publication Date: (1890–1902)
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1890, vol. 1, no. 1
    1. The Meaning and Value of the Doctrine of Decrees, by W. G. T. Shedd
    2. On Preaching, by Francis L. Patton
    3. The Biblical Meaning of Holiness, by Edward B. Coe
    4. A Tendency of the Times, by S. H. Kellogg
    5. The Atonement by Ransom Bethune Welch
    6. Christian Science or Mind-Cure by Wm. Brenton Greene, Jr.
    7. Historical and Critical Notes
    8. Editorial Notes, by T. W. Chambers
    9. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1890, vol. 1, no. 2
    1. The Relation of Christian Art to Theology, by Arthur L. Frothingham, Jr.
    2. Church Discipline, by J. Romeyn Berry
    3. The Fatherhood of God, by Thomas H. Skinner
    4. The Church and Doctrine, by Timothy G. Darling
    5. College Comity, by Sylvester F. Scovel
    6. The Date of Genesis X, by Robert Dick Wilson
    7. Historical and Critical Notes, by Robert Browning
    8. Editorial Notes
    9. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1890, vol. 1, no. 3
    1. Recent Discussion in Materialism, by J. Mark Baldwi
    2. Christ, the High Priest of the World, by Samuel M. Woodbridge
    3. Jonathan Edwards as a Naturalist, by Henry C. McCook
    4. The Author of Robinson Crusoe, by James O. Murray
    5. Recent Works on Kant, by James McCosh
    6. What is Animal Life?
    7. Historical and Critical Notes
    8. Editorial Notes
    9. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1890, vol. 1, no. 4
    1. The Egypticity of the Pentateuch, an Argument for its Traditional Authorship, by Alfred H. Kellogg
    2. The Biblical Limits of the Presbyterian System of Government, by Chr. Van Der Veen
    3. Country Missions, by Melancthon W. Jacobus
    4. The Testimony of Nature, by G. Macloskie
    5. The Religious Consciousness Viewed as a Help and Test in Belief, by Edward D. Morris
    6. The Proposed New Chapter in "The Form of Government," on Constitutional Amendments
    7. Historical and Critical Notes
    8. Editorial Notes
    9. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1891, vol. 2, no. 5
    1. Recent Dogmatic Thought among the Protestants in Austria-Hungary, by Edouard Böhl
    2. The Theological School a Practical Institution, by David D. Demarest
    3. The Logos of Philo and St. John, by Paton J. Gloag
    4. The Sumerian Question, by J. F. McCurdy
    5. Laurentius Valla: A Pioneer of Historical Criticism, by Philip Schaff
    6. Christianity and its Counterfeits, by William Alexander
    7. The Chronology of the Divided Kingdom, by John D. Davis
    8. Historical and Critical Notes
    9. Editorial Notes
    10. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1891, vol. 2, no. 6
    1. Recent Dogmatic Thought in Scotland, by John Cairns
    2. The Value of the Vulgate Old Testament for Textual Criticism, by Henry Preserved Smith
    3. Christianity and Tolerance, by William M. Sloane
    4. Mr. Gore on the Holy Spirit and Inspiration, by Robert Watts
    5. "Looking Backward", by Adam Shortt
    6. The Proposition for Federal Union Between the Two Reformed Churches, by Mancius H. Hutton
    7. Historical and Critical Notes
    8. Editorial Notes
    9. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1891, vol. 2, no. 7
    1. Calvinism and Confessional Revision, by A. Kuyper
    2. The "Chambre Ardente" and French Protestantism Under Henry II, by Henry M. Baird
    3. The Ethical Antecedents of the English Drama, by T. W. Hunt
    4. Mr. George Adam Smith's Isaiah, by George C. M. Douglas
    5. The Drift of Dogmatic Thought in Germany During the Last Decade, by A. Zahn
    6. Tolstoï as a Reformer, by John H. Worcester, Jr.
    7. Historical and Critical Notes
    8. Editorial Notes
    9. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1891, vol. 2, no. 8
    1. Eternal Retribution, by Samuel H. Kellogg
    2. Simon Peter in the School of Christ, by George T. Purves
    3. Hypothesis and Dogma in the Sciences, by Charles W. Shields
    4. The "New Psychology", by D. W. Fisher
    5. The Prophecies of Balaam, by Lewis B. Paton
    6. The Vocabulary of the New Testament, by J. Ritchie Smith
    7. Historical and Critical Notes
    8. Editorial Notes
    9. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1892, vol. 3, no. 9
    1. Ritschl's Theology, by C. M. Mead
    2. Satan in the Old Testament, by Talbot W. Chambers
    3. Socialism, by James MacGregor
    4. Christianity and Social Problems, by Charles A. Aiken
    5. Jean Astruc, by Howard Osgood
    6. Religious Thought in the Russian Empire, by Nicholas Bjerring
    7. Historical and Critical Notes, by Lewis B. Paton
    8. Editorial Notes, by Willis J. Beecher
    9. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1892, vol. 3, no. 10
    1. Recent Dogmatic Thought in the Netherlands, by H. Bavinck
    2. Genuineness of Isaiah XL-LXVI, by William Henry Green
    3. Apostolic Origin or Sanction, the Ultimate Test of Canonicity, by W. M. McPheeters
    4. Christopher Columbus, by Ethelbert D. Warfield
    5. Deacon versus Trustee, by John Fox
    6. Willful Desertion a Ground of Divorce, by Samuel T. Lowrie
    7. Editorial Notes
    8. Obituary Note
    9. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1892, vol. 3, no. 11
    1. The Testimony of Christ to the Old Testament, by William Caven
    2. Movements of Theological Thought Among French-speaking Protestants from the Revival of 1820 to the end of 1891, by A. Gretillat
    3. The Semitic Tradition of Creation, by John D. Davis
    4. Calvin as a Commentator, by Philip Schaff
    5. The Structure of the Messages to the Seven Churches, by Thomas Murphy
    6. The Apostolic Fathers and New Testament Revelation, by H. M. Scott
    7. The School a Factor in Missionary Work
    8. Obituary Note
    9. Editorial Notes
    10. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1892, vol. 3, no. 12
    1. On the Eschatology of our Symbols, by Edward D. Morris
    2. Discoveries in Jerusalem, by Selah Merrill
    3. Some Recent Theological Movements in the Church of England, by Charles H. Waller
    4. The Present Aspect of our Religious Life, by A. Gosman
    5. The Bible and Criticism, by Charles A. Aiken
    6. The Church and Popular Amusements, by Sylvester W. Beach
    7. Historical and Critical Notes, by Henry E. Dosker
    8. Editorial Notes
    9. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1893, vol. 4, no. 13
    1. St. Paul and Inspiration, by George T. Purves
    2. Present Theological Drifts in Scotland, by Norman L. Walker
    3. Calvin's Doctrine of Holy Scripture, by Dunlop Moore
    4. Trusting in the Dark, by H. C. G. Moule
    5. The Church and the Masses, by R. V. Hunter
    6. Methods of Control of the Theological Seminaries, by William Henry Roberts
    7. Historical and Critical Notes
    8. Editorial Notes
    9. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1893, vol. 4, no. 14
    1. The Real Problem of Inspiration, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    2. Hypo-Evangelism: A Review of Some Prevalent Defects in the Preaching of the Gospel, by J. P. Lilley
    3. Luther's Doctrine of Inspiration, by Francis Pieper
    4. The Conflict in Germany Over the Apostles' Creed, by A. Zahn
    5. James Russell Lowell as a Prose Writer, by T. W. Hunt
    6. Historical and Critical Notes
    7. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1893, vol. 4, no. 15
    1. The Trial of Servetus, by Charles W. Shields
    2. Theological Thought Among French Protestants in 1892, by A. Grétillat
    3. Homiletic Aspects of the Fatherhood of God, by Charles A. Salmond
    4. Causes of the Failure of the Papal Assumptions of Boniface VIII, by Alan D. Campbell
    5. Are There Metres in Old Testament Poetry? Ancient Statements and Modern Theories, by Edwin Cone Bissell
    6. Historical and Critical Notes
    7. Editorial Notes
    8. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1893, vol. 4, no. 16
    1. Dr. Briggs' Higher Criticism of the Hexateuch Examined, by William Henry Green
    2. Recent Dogmatic Thought in Scandinavia, by Conrad Emil Lindberg
    3. The Westminster Doctrine of Holy Scripture, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    4. Historical and Critical Notes
    5. Editorial Notes
    6. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1894, vol. 5, no. 17
    1. The Future of Calvinism by H. Bavinck
    2. Anselm of Canterbury by Philip Schaff
    3. Philosophy: Its Relation to Life and Education, by J. Mark Baldwin
    4. The Function of the Prophet, by Talbot W. Chambers
    5. Critical Views Respecting the Mosaic Tabernacle, by William Henry Green
    6. Historical and Critical Notes. A Practical Exegesis of Isaiah XL. 31, by A. H. Huizinga
    7. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1894, vol. 5, no. 18
    1. The Sabbath-School Movement of To-day, by Edward T. Bromfield
    2. The Ecclesiastical Situation in Scotland, by Norman L. Walker
    3. The Witness of the Reformed Church of Germany Against Rationalism, by James I. Good
    4. The Principle of Reformed Protestantism and Foreign Missions, by N. M. Steffens
    5. Political Science and Christian Missions, by Henry Woodward Hulbert
    6. Klostermann on the Pentateuch, by William Henry Green
    7. Christian Beneficence and Some New Theories Affecting Property, by David R. Breed
    8. Editorial Notes. Abjuration of Romanism, by D. H. MacVicar
    9. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1894, vol. 5, no. 19
    1. The Moses of the Critics, by William Henry Green
    2. On Montanism, by Paton J. Gloag
    3. Separation of the Lutheran Church from the Reformed in the Sixteenth Century, by Edouard Böhl
    4. Ezekiel and the Priests' Code, by Thomas Whitelaw
    5. The Prologue of the Fourth Gospel, by J. Ritchie Smith
    6. The Kantian Theism, by C. Wistar Hodge, Jr.
    7. Editorial Notes. The One Lawgiver, by Talbot W. Chambers
    8. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1894, vol. 5, no. 20
    1. Prof. George D. Herron as a Leader, by Frank Hugh Foster
    2. The Relation of the Messianic Teaching of Isaiah to Contemporary Events, by W. A. Shedd
    3. The À Priori, or Ontological Proof of the Existence of God, by Jacob Cooper
    4. Professor Henry Preserved Smith on Inspiration, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    5. The Sons of God and the Daughters of Men, by William Henry Green
    6. The Proposed Plan of Federation of the Reformed Churches, by Eugene Daniel
    7. Obituary Note. The Rev. Prof. Edwin Cone Bissell, D.D., LL.D., by A. C. Zenos
    8. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1895, vol. 6, no. 21
    1. Origin and Composition of Genesis, by Edwin Cone Bissell
    2. Objections to Apostolic Authorship or Sanction as the Ultimate Test of Canonicity, by W. M. McPheeters
    3. The Testimony of the Holy Spirit to the Bible, by John DeWitt
    4. The Mind of a Child, by D. W. Fisher
    5. Common Errors as to the Relations of Science and Faith, by G. Macloskie
    6. Historical and Critical Notes
    7. Editorial Notes. The Unwritten Law of God, by Talbot W. Chambers
    8. Obituary Notes
    9. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1895, vol. 6, no. 22
    1. Christianity and the Experimental Method, by Robert McCheyne Edgar
    2. The Messianic Idea in the Prophets, by Talbot W. Chambers
    3. The Formation of the New Testament, by George T. Purves
    4. Origin and Composition of Genesis, by Edwin Cone Bissell
    5. William Greenough Thayer Shedd, by John DeWitt
    6. Historical and Critical Notes
    7. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1895, vol. 6, no. 23
    1. Phillips Brooks as a Theologian, by John Fox
    2. The Origin and Composition of Genesis, by Edwin Cone Bissell
    3. The Authenticity and Genuineness of Daniel, by Joseph J. Lampe
    4. The Function of the Reason in Christianity, by W. Brenton Greene, Jr.
    5. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1895, vol. 6, no. 24
    1. The Antistes of Zurich, by James I. Good
    2. Origin and Composition of Genesis, by Edwin Cone Bissell
    3. James McCosh: A Baccalaureate Sermon, by Francis L. Patton
    4. The Spirit of God in the Old Testament, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    5. "Philosophers' and 'Higher Critics," by Howard Osgood
    6. The Synoptic Problem, by Samuel C. Hodge
    7. Ecclesiastical Notes
    8. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1896, vol. 7, no. 25
    1. The Beginning and Growth of the Canon of the New Testament, by Dunlop Moore
    2. Some Recent Phases of Christian Apologetics, by Abel H. Huizinga
    3. Naturalism, by D. W. Fisher
    4. The Beginning of the American Presbyterian Church, by J. A. Davis
    5. The Place of Reason in Theology, by Henry Collin Minton
    6. The Holiness Code and Ezekiel, by Lewis Bayles Payton
    7. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1896, vol. 7, no. 26
    1. Present Hindrances to Missions and their Remedies, by F. F. Ellinwood
    2. Some Aspects of Recent German Philosophy, by C. Wistar Hodge, Jr.
    3. The Difficulty of Revising the Authorized Version of the New Testament, by David Brown
    4. The Idea of Systematic Theology, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    5. The Record of the Storm on Galilee, by W. W. Faris
    6. The Baptism of Polygamists in Non-Christian Lands, by S. H. Kellogg
    7. The Interrelation between the Doctrine of Total Depravity and Soteriology, by Nicholas M. Steffens
    8. Reviews of Recent Theological LiteratureM
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1896, vol. 7, no. 27
    1. Theological Implications of the Synthetic Philosophy, by Henry Collin Minton
    2. The Right of Systematic Theology, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    3. The Current Theology and the Theology of the Reformed Church in America, by J. A. DeBaun
    4. An Exegesis of the Third Chapter of 2 Corinthians, by Samuel T. Lowrie
    5. A Study of Mrs. Browning, by Theodore W. Hunt
    6. Editorial Notes
    7. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1896, vol. 7, no. 28
    1. The Reverend Talbot Wilson Chambers, S.T.D., LL.D, by J. Preston Searle
    2. The Jerusalem Chamber, by E. D. Morris
    3. The Effect of the Fall of Man upon Nature, by William Alexander Holliday
    4. Wanted: A Definition of Conscience, by Howard Agnew Johnston
    5. The Early Bermuda Church, by W. Robson Notman
    6. Christian Endeavor and the General Assembly, by David E. Breed
    7. Ecclesiastical Notes
    8. Obituary Notes
    9. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1897, vol. 8, no. 29
    1. Philip Melanchthon, by Ethelbert D. Warfield
    2. The Fellowship of Goods in the Apostolic Church, by Sanford H. Cobb
    3. Dogmatic Theology and Civilization, by William Alexander
    4. The American Lyceum, by Hermon Dutilh Jenkins
    5. Christian Supernaturalism, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    6. Apostolic and Modern Missions, by Chalmers Martin
    7. Historical and Critical Notes
    8. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1897, vol. 8, no. 30
    1. The Planting of Princeton College, by John DeWitt
    2. Socialism in Italy, by D. W. Fisher
    3. The Problem of Public Worship, by Timothy G. Darling
    4. Apostolic and Modern Missions, by Chalmers Martin
    5. The Biblical Usage of "Soul' and 'Spirit," by William H. Hodge
    6. Morals Before Moses, by Howard Osgood
    7. Efficient Preaching, by Robert F. Sample
    8. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1897, vol. 8, no. 31
    1. Albrecht Ritschl by Frank Hugh Foster
    2. Princeton College Administrations in the Eighteenth Century, by John DeWitt
    3. The Liturgical Position of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, by Louis F. Benson
    4. Some Doctrinal Features of the Early Prophecies of Isaiah, by Geerhardus Vos
    5. Apostolic and Modern Missions, by Chalmers Martin
    6. The Imprecatory Element in the Psalms, by J. W. Beardslee
    7. A Recent Controversy in the Harmony of Galatians and Acts, by M. W. Jacobus
    8. Editorial Note
    9. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1897, vol. 8, no. 32
    1. The Ethical Gospel, by John M. King
    2. The German Reformed Coetus, 1747-1792, by James I. Good
    3. Princeton College Administrations in the Nineteenth Century, by John DeWitt
    4. The Dramatic Character and Integrity of the Book of Job, by William Henry Green
    5. Conservatism, by Samuel M. Woodbridge
    6. Apostolic and Modern Missions, by Chalmers Martin
    7. Ecclesiastical Notes
    8. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1898, vol. 9, no. 33
    1. Theistic Evolution, by G. Macloskie
    2. The Witness of Apostolic Literature to Apostolic History, by George T. Purves
    3. The England of the Westminster Assembly, by Ethelbert D. Warfield
    4. The Metaphysics of Christian Apologetics, by William Brenton Greene, Jr.
    5. Two Phases of the History of the Huguenots, by Eduard Böhl
    6. Prof. Theodor Zahn's History of Sunday, by Samuel T. Lowrie
    7. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1898, vol. 9, no. 34
    1. Dr. McGiffert on Apostolic Christianity, by James Orr
    2. The Modern Hypothesis and Recent Criticism of the Early Prophets, by Geerhardus Vos
    3. The Westminster Confession: The Character and Sources of its Teaching, by John Macpherson
    4. The Metaphysics of Christian Apologetics, by W. Brenton Greene, Jr.
    5. John of Barneveldt, Martyr or Traitor, by Henry E. Dosker
    6. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1898, vol. 9, no. 35
    1. The Place of the Westminster Assembly in Modern History, by John DeWitt
    2. Dr. Theodor Zahn's History of Sunday, by Samuel T. Lowrie
    3. The Modern Hypothesis and Recent Criticism of the Early Prophets, by Geerhardus Vos
    4. John of Barneveldt, Martyr or Traitor, by Henry E. Dosker
    5. The Metaphysics of Christian Apologetics, by Brenton Greene, Jr.
    6. Self-Support by Theological Students, by A. C. Zenos
    7. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1898, vol. 9, no. 36
    1. Dr. Abraham Kuyper, by Witsius H. de Savornin Lohman
    2. The Modern Hypothesis and Recent Criticism of the Early Prophets, by Geerhardus Vos
    3. John of Barneveldt, Martyr or Traitor, by Henry E. Dosker
    4. The Metaphysics of Christian Apologetics, by Wm. Brenton Greene, Jr.
    5. Ecclesiastical Notes
    6. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1899, vol. 10, no. 37
    1. Christianity and the Cosmic Philosophy, by Henry Collin Minton
    2. The Metaphysics of Christian Apologetics, by Wm Brenton Greene, Jr.
    3. Friedrich Daniel Ernst Schleiermacher: The Representative Theologian of the Nineteenth Century, by James Lindsay
    4. The Modern Hypothesis and Recent Criticism of the Early Prophets, by Geerhardus Vos
    5. Herbert Spencer—"Our Great Philosopher"—versus The Known God, by D. S. Gregory
    6. John of Barneveldt, Martyr or Traitor, by Henry E. Dosker
    7. Critical and Historical Notes
    8. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1899, vol. 10, no. 38
    1. The Literary History of Calvin"s 'Institutes," by Benjamin B. Warfield
    2. The Antithesis Between Symbolism and Revelation, by A. Kuyper
    3. The Metaphysics of Christian Apologetics, by William Brenton Greene, Jr.
    4. Herbert Spencer—"Our Great Philosopher"—versus The Known God, by D. S. Gregory
    5. The Modern Hypothesis and Recent Criticism of the Early Prophets, by Geerhardus Vos
    6. Historical and Critical Notes
    7. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1899, vol. 10, no. 39
    1. The Crisis in the Church of England, by Meade C. Williams
    2. Herbert Spencer—"Our Great Philosopher"—versus The Known God, by Daniel Seeley Gregory
    3. The Text of the Minor Prophets, by John Oman
    4. "It Says:' 'Scripture Says:' 'God Says", by Benjamin B. Warfield
    5. Morality: Intuitive and Imperative, by Thomas Nichols
    6. Historical and Critical Notes, by Dunlop Moore
    7. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1899, vol. 10, no. 40
    1. The Fatherhood of God, Viewed in the Light of Christ's Personal Teaching on the Subject, by John M. King
    2. The Ordination of Messiah, by Robert McCheyne Edgar
    3. The Vanishing Sense of Sin, by John H. Edwards
    4. Mysticism—True and False, by James Lindsay
    5. "The Catholic Apostolic Church," by Erskine N. White
    6. The Popular Demand for Young Ministers, by N. J. M. Bogert
    7. Ecclesiastical Notes, by Adam W. Fergusson
    8. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1900, vol. 11, no. 41
    1. Dr. McGiffert's Historical Methods, by William P. Dickson
    2. The Unerring Witness to the Scriptures, by Howard Osgood
    3. The Elective System in our Colleges and the Curriculum of our Theological Seminaries, by W. Brenton Greene Jr.
    4. "God-Inspired Scripture.", by Benjamin B. Warfield
    5. Historical and Critical Notes
    6. Ecclesiastical Notes
    7. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1900, vol. 11, no. 42
    1. Authority in Religion by Henry Collin Minton
    2. "The Oracles of God.", by Benjamin B. Warfield
    3. The Composition of the Book of Ezra, by James Oscar Boyd
    4. Theological Seminaries and their Critics, by Thomas Franklin Day
    5. Historical and Critical Notes
    6. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1900, vol. 11, no. 43
    1. William Henry Green, by John D. Davis
    2. "Symbolo-Fideisme.", by A. C. Zenos
    3. The Documents of the Book of Ezra, by James Oscar Boyd
    4. The Holy Spirit in the Early Apostolic Age, by R. A. Falconer
    5. The Ethics of the Natural Man, by N. M. Steffens
    6. Ecclesiasticus, by Robert Dick Wilson
    7. Historical and Critical Notes
    8. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1900, vol. 11, no. 44
    1. Religion and National Life, by Hugh M. Scott
    2. The Historicity of Ezra, by James Oscar Boyd
    3. The Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa, by J. I. Marais
    4. The Inscriptions of the Psalms, by Chalmers Martin
    5. Ecclesiastical Notes
    6. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1901, vol. 12, no. 45
    1. The Minister of the Twentieth Century, by Frank H. Foster
    2. Ultramontanism in Canada, by Walter M. Roger
    3. Mission Policy and Political Principles by William A. Shedd
    4. Predestination in the Reformed Confessions by Benjamin B. Warfield
    5. Reconstruction in the Sunday-School by W. H. S. Demarest
    6. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1901, vol. 12, no. 46
    1. Roman Autobiography, Particularly Augustine's Confessions, by Andrew F. West
    2. Man's Place in the Cosmos, by James Lindsay
    3. Jesus and Questions of His Time, by A. T. Robertson
    4. Calvinism and the Theological Crisis, by Nicholas M. Steffens
    5. The Making of the Westminster Confession, and Especially of its Chapter on the Decree of God, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    6. The Sermon as Addressed to the Imagination, by William L. Ledwith
    7. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1901, vol. 12, no. 47
    1. Growth of Presbyterian Sabbath-School Polity, by Edward T. Bromfield
    2. Facts, Doctrines and Ideals, by Edward H. Griffin
    3. Calvin's Literary Work, by Ferdinand Brunetière
    4. The Witness of Jesus to Himself in the Fourth Gospel, by J. Ritchie Smith
    5. Philip William Otterbein and the Reformed Church, by W. J. Hinke
    6. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1901, vol. 12, no. 48
    1. English Theistic Thought at the Close of the Nineteenth Century, by Benjamin Lewis Hobson
    2. Psychology as a Natural Science, by Edward H. Griffin
    3. James Martineau, by Frank Hugh Foster
    4. The Printing of the Westminster Confession, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    5. Ecclesiastical Notes
    6. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1902, vol. 13, no. 49
    1. The Scriptural Doctrine of the Love of God, by Geerhardus Vos
    2. Two Types of Naturalism, by Edward H. Griffin
    3. The Printing of the Westminster Confession, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    4. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1902, vol. 13, no. 50
    1. Current Old Testament Discussions and Princeton Opinion, by John D. Davis
    2. Belief as an Ethical Postulate, by Edward H. Griffin
    3. The Book of Daniel, by George C. M. Douglas
    4. The Printing of the Westminster Confession, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    5. Lost Meanings of Hebrew Roots, by Robert Dick Wilson
    6. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1902, vol. 13, no. 51
    1. The Epistemological Argument for Theism, by Edward H. Griffin
    2. Character in Language, by Edward Riggs
    3. The Printing of the Westminster Confession, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    4. Free-Will and Physiological Psychology, by Wm. Hallock Johnson
    5. The Atoning Savior of the Shiahs, by S. G. Wilson
    6. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1902, vol. 13, no. 52
    1. Personality the Supreme Category of Philosophy, by Edward H. Griffin
    2. The Blessed Trinity, by Robert McCheyne Edgar
    3. The Printing of the Westminster Confession, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    4. The Case of Prof. George Adam Smith, by Norman L. Walker
    5. Ecclesiastical Notes
    6. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 

Princeton Theological Review (107 issues)

  • Publication Date: (1903–1929)
  • Princeton Theological Review 1903, vol. 1, no. 1
    1. Edward Irving, by Meade C. Williams
    2. Dashing the Little Ones against the Rock, by Howard Osgood
    3. Prof. Swing on Ritschl and His Critics, by James Orr
    4. An Exegesis of 2 Corinthians V. 1-5, by Samuel T. Lowrie
    5. The Authenticity and Genuineness of the Book of Esther, by W. Scott Watson
    6. Success in the Ministry, by Wm. Irvin
    7. Modern Theories of the Atonement, by B. B. Warfield
    8. A Study in Textual Criticism by William Thomas Whitley
    9. The Epic Verse of Milton—'Paradise Lost' by T. W. Hunt
    10. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1903, vol. 1, no. 2
    1. The Alleged Legalism in Paul's Doctrine of Justification, by Geerhardus Vos
    2. St. Bernard of Clairvaux, by David S. Schaff
    3. The Practical Importance of Apologetics, by Wm. Brenton Greene, Jr.
    4. The New Era in Evangelism, by David R. Breed
    5. Babylon and Israel: A Comparison of their Leading Ideas Based Upon their Vocabularies, by Robert Dick Wilson
    6. Christianity in the College, by D. W. Fisher
    7. Jacobus de Voragine and the Golden Legend, by Ernest Cushing Richardson
    8. The Proposed Amendments and Additions to the Text of the Confession, by Edward B. Hodge
    9. Reviews of Recent Theological Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1903, vol. 1, no. 3
    1. James McCosh as Thinker and Educator, by Alexander T. Ormond
    2. The Question of the Authorship of the Books of Scripture: A Criticism of Current Views, by W. M. McPheeters
    3. Missionary Policy in the Levant, by James F. Riggs
    4. Evolution and Theology To-day, by William Hallock Johnson
    5. Revelation or Discovery, by Andrew C. Zenos
    6. The Laws Peculiar to Deuteronomy, by George G. Cameron
    7. Sanctifying the Pelagians, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    8. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1903, vol. 1, no. 4
    1. Our Lord's Teaching Concerning Himself, by J. P. Sheraton
    2. The Imprecations in the Psalms, by Chalmers Martin
    3. Vicarious Suffering the Order of Nature, by Jacob Cooper
    4. The Question of Authorship: Practice Versus Theory, by W. M. McPheeters
    5. The Outlook of Science and Faith, by George Macloskie
    6. Gnosticism as a Philosophy of Religion, by James Lindsay
    7. The Memorial Tablet to Dr. James C. Moffat, by John DeWitt
    8. Critical Note New Points of View for the Study of an Old Problem: The Greek of the New Testament, by Samuel Dickey
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1904, vol. 2, no. 2
    1. Thomas Aquinas and Leo XIII, by David S. Schaff
    2. The Apostle Paul and the Second Advent, by Timothy G. Darling
    3. Thomas Cromwell, by Paul van Dyke
    4. Royal Titles in Antiquity: An Essay in Criticism, by Robert Dick Wilson
    5. The Story of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, by Edward B. Hodge
    6. Ecclesiastical Note, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    7. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1904, vol. 2, no. 3
    1. Thomas Cromwell, by Paul van Dyke
    2. The Place of ?i?odoµ? in New Testament Worship, by Hugh M. Scott
    3. Mosaism and Darwinism, by G. Macloskie
    4. Voragine as a Preacher, by E. C. Richardson
    5. Royal Titles in Antiquity: An Essay in Criticism, by R. D. Wilson
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1904, vol. 2, no. 4
    1. The Great Awakening and its Relation to American Christianity by Edward Waite Miller
    2. Why the Mind has a Body by James Orr
    3. Destructive Criticism by Jacob Cooper
    4. The Infinite, Contradictory and Faith by William H. Hodge
    5. The Millennium and the Apocalypse by B. B. Warfield
    6. Royal Titles in Antiquity: An Essay in Criticism, by R. D. Wilson
    7. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1904, vol. 2, no. 5
    1. Our Lord's Teaching Concerning Himself, by J. P. Sheraton
    2. The Witness of the Gospels, by W. P. Armstrong
    3. Spiritual Culture in the Theological Seminary, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    4. Jonathan Edwards: A Study, by John DeWitt
    5. Theological Encyclopædia, by Francis L. Patton
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1905, vol. 3, no. 1
    1. The American Revolution from the Standpoint of an English Scholar, by Robert McNutt McElroy
    2. Greek Philosophy of Religion, by James Lindsay
    3. The Multitude of Denominations, by Meade C. Williams
    4. The Educational Campaign of Missions in India, by James S. Dennis
    5. Royal Titles in Antiquity: An Essay in Criticism, by Robert Dick Wilson
    6. Augustine and His 'Confessions', by Benjamin B. Warfield
    7. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1905, vol. 3, no. 2
    1. The Incarnation and Other Worlds, by Alfred H. Kellogg
    2. Oral Tradition, Libraries and the Hexateuch, by Ernest Cushing Richardson
    3. William Miller Paxton, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    4. Royal Titles in Antiquity: An Essay in Criticism, by Robert Dick Wilson
    5. Professor Royce's Idealism, by E. D. Miller
    6. Critical Note. An Undesigned Coincidence, by J. Oscar Boyd
    7. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1905, vol. 3, no. 3
    1. The Nineteenth Psalm in the Criticism of the Nineteenth Century, by John D. Davis
    2. John Knox, Reformer of a Kingdom, by Ethelbert D. Warfield
    3. The Code of Hammurabi and the Book of the Covenant, by James A. Kelso
    4. The Elements of Shakespeare's Genius, by T. W. Hunt
    5. Royal Titles in Antiquity: An Essay in Criticism, by R. D. Wilson
    6. The Doctrine of Baptism in Holy Scripture and the Westminster Standards, by T. F. Fotheringham
    7. Education as a National Asset of Japan, by James S. Dennis
    8. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1905, vol. 3, no. 4
    1. Tertullian and the Beginning of the Doctrine of the Trinity, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    2. Royal Titles in Antiquity: An Essay in Criticism, by Robert Dick Wilson
    3. Archibald Alexander's Preparation for His Professorship, by John De Witt
    4. New Light on the Old Testament, by G. Macloskie
    5. The Doctrine of Baptism in Holy Scripture and the Westminster Standards, by T. F. Fotheringham
    6. The New Testament Account of the Birth of Jesus, by J. Gresham Machen
    7. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1906, vol. 4, no. 1
    1. Tertullian and the Beginnings of the Doctrine of the Trinity, by B. B. Warfield
    2. The New Testament Account of the Birth of Jesus, by J. Gresham Machen
    3. The Doctrine of Baptism in Holy Scripture and the Westminster Standards, by T. F. Fotheringham
    4. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1906, vol. 4, no. 2
    1. Tertullian and the Beginnings of the Doctrine of the Trinity, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    2. The Intellectual Life of Samuel Miller, by John De Witt
    3. Preaching Christ, by Meade C. Williams
    4. The Sacramental Theory of the Mediæval Church, by David S. Schaff
    5. Exegetical Note on II Cor. V. 16, 17, by Samuel T. Lowrie
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1906, vol. 4, no. 3
    1. Christian Faith and the Truthfulness of Bible History, by Geerhardus Vos
    2. Broad Churchism and the Christian Life, by William Brenton Greene, Jr.
    3. 'The Marrow of Modern Divinity' and the Marrow Controversy, by D. Beaton
    4. The Development of Scottish Theology, by James Lindsay
    5. Schwenckfeld's Participation in the Eucharistic Controversy of the Sixteenth Century, by Frederick W. Loetscher
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1906, vol. 4, no. 4
    1. Has Scientific Investigation Disturbed the Basis of Rational Faith?, by Hugh M. Scott
    2. Schwenckfeld's Participation in the Eucharistic Controversy of the Sixteenth Century, by Frederick W. Loetscher
    3. Theodore Beza, by Henry E. Dosker
    4. What was the Primitive Condition of Man?, by D. Gath Whitley
    5. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1907, vol. 5, no. 1
    1. The Resurrection and the Origin of the Church in Jerusalem, by William P. Armstrong
    2. Mediaeval Mariolatry by John B. Kelso
    3. German Influence on Religious Life and Thought in America During the Colonial Period, by John Preston Hoskins
    4. Modern Practical Theology, by Charles R. Erdman
    5. Revision of Article Thirty-Six of the Confessio Belgica, by A. Brummelkamp
    6. Relations of Church History to Preaching, by John DeWitt
    7. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1907, vol. 5, no. 2
    1. Some Recent Developments in Criticism and Theology, by James Orr
    2. The Laws of Deuteronomy and the Arguments from Silence, by Harold M. Wiener
    3. German Influence on Religious Life and Thought in America During the Colonial Period, by John Preston Hoskins
    4. Lithuania and its Ancient Calvinistic Churches, by John Szlupas
    5. Historical Note, by Sidney Zandstra
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1907, vol. 5, no. 3
    1. Augustine's Doctrine of Knowledge and Authority, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    2. Was Paul the Founder of Christianity, by William Hallock Johnson
    3. The Priesthood of Christ in the Epistle to the Hebrews, by Geerhardus Vos
    4. Thomas Boston, by D. Beaton
    5. Reviews Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1907, vol. 5, no. 4
    1. Augustine's Doctrine of Knowledge and Authority, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    2. The Priesthood of Christ in the Epistle to the Hebrews, by Geerhardus Vos
    3. Deuteronomy and the Argument from Style by Harold M. Wiener
    4. Sheol and Pit in the Old Testament, by S. Zandstra
    5. Reviews Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1908, vol. 6, no. 1
    1. John Knox as Statesman, by E. Russell
    2. Ezekiel and the Modern Dating of the Pentateuch, by J. Oscar Boyd
    3. The Idea of Dogmatic Theology, by C. Wistar Hodge
    4. Heathen Wonder-Births and the Birth of Christ, by Louis Matthews Sweet
    5. Reviews Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1908, vol. 6, no. 2
    1. The Westminster Assembly and its Work, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    2. Marriage among the early Babylonians and Hebrews, by Kerr D. Macmillan
    3. The Future life in Hebrew thought during the Pre-Persian period, by John D. Davis
    4. Autonomy in Ethics, by James Orr
    5. The Beginnings of Saint Worship, by Charles R. Morey
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1908, vol. 6, no. 3
    1. The Westminster Assembly and its Work, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    2. Beyond Good and Evil, by George S. Patton
    3. Psychology of the Soul by James Lindsay
    4. The Determination of Religious Value the Ultimate Problem of the Higher Criticism, by W. M. McPheeters
    5. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1908, vol. 6, no. 4
    1. Herman Bavinck
    2. Pragmatism, Humanism and Religion, by Wm. Hallock Johnson
    3. The First Question of the Westminster 'Shorter Catechism', by B. B. Warfield
    4. The Function of Authority in Life and its Relation to Legalism in Ethics and Religion, by A. v. C. P. Huizinga
    5. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1909, vol. 7, no. 1
    1. John Howie of Lochgoin: His Forebears and his Works, by D. Hay Fleming
    2. Jewish Parties in the Fifth Century Before Christ, by J. Oscar Boyd
    3. Calvin, an Epigone of the Middle Ages or an Initiator of Modern Times?, by E. Doumergue
    4. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1909, vol. 7, no. 2
    1. The Reformation and Natural Law by A. Lang
    2. Calvin's Doctrine of the Knowledge of God by Benjamin B. Warfield
    3. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1909, vol. 7, no. 3
    1. John Calvin—The Man, by John DeWitt
    2. Calvin's Doctrine of God, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    3. Calvin and Common Grace, by Herman Bavinck
    4. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1909, vol. 7, no. 4
    1. Music in the Work of Calvin by Émile Doumergue
    2. Calvin's Doctrine of the Trinity by Benjamin B. Warfield
    3. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1910, vol. 8, no. 1
    1. Christian Experience and Dogmatic Theology by C. Wistar Hodge
    2. The Koiné, the Language of the New Testament by S. Angus
    3. The Origin of the Fish-Symbol by C. R. Morey
    4. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1910, vol. 8, no. 2
    1. Modern Positive Theology, by C. Wistar Hogde
    2. The Origin of the Fish-Symbol, by C. R. Morey
    3. The Resurrection of Jesus and Historical Criticism, by William P. Armstrong
    4. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1910, vol. 8, no. 3
    1. English Hymnody: Its Later Developments, by Louis F. Benson
    2. The Promise and Vow taken by Members of the Westminster Assembly, by John R. Mackay
    3. The Origin of the Fish Symbol, by C. R. Morey
    4. The Reformed Churches in the Netherlands, by H. Bavinck
    5. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1910, vol. 8, no. 4
    1. Miracles and History, by William Hallock Johnson
    2. 'Scripture', 'The Scriptures', in the New Testament, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    3. The Text of Luke XXII, by Harold McA. Robinson
    4. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1911, vol. 9, no. 1
    1. On the Antiquity and the Unity of the Human Race, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    2. The Pauline Eschatology and Chiliasm, by Geerhardus Vos
    3. The Shepherd of Hermas. Apocalypse or Allegory?, by Kerr D. Macmillan
    4. The New Optimism Versus the Optimism of the Gospel, by W. H. H. Marsh
    5. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1911, vol. 9, no. 2
    1. The Church, Her Colleges and the Carnegie Foundation by W. S. Plumer Bryan
    2. On the Biblical Notion of 'Renewal' by B. B. Warfield
    3. The Origin of the Fish-Symbol by C. R. Morey
    4. Epigraphical Note by William P. Armstrong
    5. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1911, vol. 9, no. 3
    1. On Faith in its Psychological Aspects, by B. B. Warfield
    2. The Character and Claims of the Roman Catholic English Bible, by J. Oscar Boyd
    3. The Religion of the Emperor Julian, by E. G. Sihler
    4. A List of the Writings of Samuel Miller, D.D., LL.D., 1769-1850
    5. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1911, vol. 9, no. 4
    1. On Faith in its Psychological Aspects, by B. B. Warfield
    2. The Character and Claims of the Roman Catholic English Bible, by J. Oscar Boyd
    3. The Religion of the Emperor Julian, by E. G. Sihler
    4. A List of the Writings of Samuel Miller, D.D., LL.D., 1769-1850
    5. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1912, vol. 10, no. 1
    1. The Hymns of the First Chapter of Luke by J. Gresham Machen
    2. The Development of the English Hymn by Louis F. Benson
    3. The Dutch 'Staten-Bybel' of 1637 by Henry E. Dosker
    4. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1912, vol. 10, no. 2
    1. The Liturgical Use of English Hymns, by Louis F. Benson
    2. The Origin of the First Two Chapters of Luke, by J. Gresham Machen
    3. The Origin of the Fish Symbol, by C. R. Morey
    4. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1912, vol. 10, no. 3
    1. The Church and the Social Question, by William Brenton Greene, Jr.
    2. Dr. Watts' 'Renovation of Psalmody', by Louis F. Benson
    3. The Authorship of the Fourth Gospel, by J. Ritchie Smith
    4. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1912, vol. 10, no. 4
    1. The Virgin Birth in the Second Century, by J. Gresham Machen
    2. The Documents of the Exodus, Contemporary, Original, and Written, by E. C. Richardson
    3. Dr. Watts' 'Renovation of Psalmody', by Louis F. Benson
    4. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1913, vol. 11, no. 1
    1. Christianity and Culture, by J. Gresham Machen
    2. The Authorship of the Fourth Gospel, by J. Ritchie Smith
    3. The Witness of the Holy Spirit to the Bible, by C. Wistar Hodge
    4. Dr. Watts' 'Renovation of Psalmody', by Louis F. Benson
    5. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1913, vol. 11, no. 3
    1. The Range of the Logos-Title in the Prologue to the Fourth Gospel, by Geerhardus Vos
    2. The Hymnody of the Methodist Revival, by Louis F. Benson
    3. John Witherspoon in Scotland, by Mary Love
    4. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1913, vol. 11, no. 4
    1. The Range of the Locos-Name in the Fourth Gospel, by Geerhardus Vos
    2. Conscience and the Atonement, by John R. Mackay
    3. The Source of Israel's Eschatology, by J. Oscar Boyd
    4. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1914, vol. 12, no. 1
    1. The Bible as the Text-Book in Sociology by William Brenton Greene, Jr.
    2. An Evangelical View of Cardinal Newman by W. H. Griffith Thomas
    3. The Hymnody of the Evangelical Revival by Louis F. Benson
    4. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1914, vol. 12, no. 2
    1. Jesus' Alleged Confession of Sin, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    2. Assyriological Research During the Past Decade, by Oswald Thompson Allis
    3. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1914, vol. 12, no. 3
    1. Genesis by J. Ritchie Smith
    2. Misconception of Jesus, and Blasphemy of the Son of Man, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    3. The Papyrus of Elephantine, by R. D. Wilson
    4. Gospel History and Criticism, by William P. Armstrong
    5. The Authority of Holy Scripture, by George Johnson
    6. Biographical Note, by John D. Davis
    7. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1915, vol. 13, no. 1
    1. Church History as a Science and as a Theological Discipline, by Frederick W. Loetscher
    2. Charles Woodruff Shields and the Unity of Science, by Henry William Rankin
    3. Incipit Sermo Sancti Augustini Episcopi de Dilectione di et Proximi, by E. S. Buchanan
    4. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1915, vol. 13, no. 2
    1. The Continuity of the Kyrios-Title in the New Testament, by Geerhardus Vos
    2. Calvin's Doctrine of the Creation, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    3. The Life and Work of John Hus, by Remsen Du Bois Bird
    4. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1915, vol. 13, no. 3
    1. History and Faith, by J. Gresham Machen
    2. The Book of Daniel and the Canon, by Robert Dick Wilson
    3. Philosophy and the Problem of Revelation, by Henry William Rankin
    4. Critical Note Von Soden's Text and Matthew 1. 16, by William P. Armstrong
    5. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1915, vol. 13, no. 4
    1. Jesus' Mission, according to his Own Testimony, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    2. Hebrews, the Epistle of the Diatheke, by Geerhardus Vos
    3. The Bayan of the Bab, by Samuel G. Wilson
    4. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1916, vol. 14, no. 1
    1. Hebrews, the Epistle of the Diatheke, by Geerhardus Vos
    2. Points of Contact with Christianity in the Heresies of Siamese Buddhism, by Robert E. Speer
    3. A Theological Seminary, by Francis L. Patton
    4. Theological Education in the Light of Present Day Demands, by J. Ross Stevenson
    5. The Qualifications of a Preacher, by W. L. McEwan
    6. The Place of Homiletics in the Training of the Minister, by J. Ritchie Smith
    7. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1916, vol. 14, no. 2
    1. 'Redeemer' and 'Redemption', by Benjamin B. Warfield
    2. What is a Miracle?, by Caspar Wistar Hodge
    3. Philosophy and the Problem of Revelation, by Henry William Rankin
    4. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1916, vol. 14, no. 3
    1. The Divine Messiah in the Old Testament, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    2. Suggestions of the Survey Party Regarding Biblical Sites, by John D. Davis
    3. The Silence of Ecclesiasticus Concerning Daniel, by Robert Dick Wilson
    4. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1916, vol. 14, no. 4
    1. Does My Neighbor Exist, by Wm. Hallock Johnson
    2. Christian Unity, Church Unity, and the Panama Congress, by John Fox
    3. The Life and Thought of Plotinus, by George Johnson
    4. A Discipline that Calls for Recognition, by W. M. McPheeters
    5. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1917, vol. 15, no. 1
    1. 'God Our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ', by Benjamin B. Warfield
    2. The Kyrios Christos Controversy, by Geerhardus Vos
    3. The Title 'King of Persia' in the Scriptures, by Robert Dick Wilson
    4. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1917, vol. 15, no. 2
    1. The New Testament Terminology of 'Redemption', by Benjamin B. Warfield
    2. The Use of Iron in Ancient Times, by James Burt Willson
    3. The Bearing of Archaeology Upon the Higher Criticism of the Psalms, by Oswald T. Allis
    4. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1917, vol. 15, no. 3
    1. Christ Our Sacrifice, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    2. The Reasonableness of Vicarious Atonement, by William Brenton Greene, Jr.
    3. Lead and Tin in Ancient Times, by James Burt Willson
    4. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1917, vol. 15, no. 4
    1. The Ninety-Five Theses in their Theological Significance, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    2. Martin Luther and John Calvin, Church Reformers, by David S. Schaff
    3. Luther and the Problem of Authority in Religion, by Frederick W. Loetscher
    4. Galatians the Epistle of Protestantism, by George L. Robinson
    5. Some Economic Results of the Protestant Reformation Doctrines, by Chalfant Robinson
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1918, vol. 16, no. 1
    1. The Terminology of Love in the New Testament I, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    2. What Does 'The Sun Stood Still' Mean?, by Robert Dick Wilson
    3. The General Synod of the Presbyterian Church, by William H. Roberts
    4. Atheistic Christianity, by William Hallock Johnson
    5. The Christian Doctrine of War, by William Brenton Greene, Jr.
    6. Notes and Notices
    7. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1918, vol. 16, no. 2
    1. The Terminology of Love in the New Testament II, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    2. The Sanctuary of Israel at Shiloh, by John D. Davis
    3. Christianity and Humanitarian Patriotism, by F. P. Ramsay
    4. Life Worthy of the Gospel of Christ, by Eugene C. Caldwell
    5. Ecclesiastes, by J. Ritchie Smith
    6. The Authenticity of Jonah, by Robert Dick Wilson
    7. Notes and Notices
    8. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1918, vol. 16, no. 3
    1. 'The Victorious Life', by Benjamin B. Warfield
    2. The Purpose of the Ages, by Eugene C. Caldwell
    3. Communion with God and with Christ, by William A. Holliday
    4. The Epistle of James—To Whom Addressed?, by Samuel T. Lowrie
    5. The Authenticity of Jonah, by Robert Dick Wilson
    6. Notes and Notices
    7. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1918, vol. 16, no. 4
    1. Luther and the Problem of Authority in Religion, by Frederick W. Loetscher
    2. The Fulness of Christ, by Eugene C. Caldwell
    3. The 'Higher Life' Movement, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    4. Dr. Denney and the Doctrine of the Atonement, by C. Wistar Hodge
    5. Notes and Notices
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1919, vol. 17, no. 1
    1. The Present Crisis in Ethics, by William Brenton Greene, Jr.
    2. Christian Education and Presbyterian Tradition, by George Johnson
    3. The 'Higher Life' Movement, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    4. Prayer by J. Ritchie Smith
    5. Princeton Seminary's First Foreign Missionary—Henry Woodward, by Henry Woodward Hulbert
    6. Heroes, by Charles Wadsworth, Jr.
    7. Notes and Notices, by Robert Dick Wilson
    8. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1919, vol. 17, no. 2
    1. Hadadezer or Ben-Hadad, by John D. Davis
    2. The Statue of Shalmaneser at Asshur, by John D. Davis
    3. Scientific Biblical Criticism, by Robert Dick Wilson
    4. The Comment on John IX. 38 in the American Revised Version, by Oswald T. Allis
    5. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1919, vol. 17, no. 3
    1. The Crises of Christianity and their Significance, by William Brenton Greene, Jr.
    2. Thomas Chalmers, by Clarence Edward Macartney
    3. Scientific Biblical Criticism, by Robert Dick Wilson
    4. Human Nature and Christian Nurture, by George Johnson
    5. A Study in the Ethics of Shakespeare, by Charles A. Mitchell
    6. Notes and Notices, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    7. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1919, vol. 17, no. 4
    1. Albrecht Ritschl and his Doctrine of Christian Perfection, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    2. Recent Criticism of the Book of Acts, by J. Gresham Machen
    3. A Study in the Ethics of Shakespeare, by Charles A. Mitchell
    4. Romans XII. 1-8, by Samuel T. Lowrie
    5. Notes and Notices
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1920, vol. 18, no. 1
    1. Eschatology of the Psalter, by Geerhardus Vos
    2. Albrecht Ritschl and his Doctrine of Christian Perfection, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    3. Use of the Words for God in the Apocryphal and Pseudepigraphical Literature of the Jews, by Robert Dick Wilson
    4. Problems of Peace, by Daniel S. Gage
    5. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1920, vol. 18, no. 2
    1. Spiritist Theologians, by John Fox
    2. The Religion of Modern China, by Courtenay H. Fenn
    3. The Reclothing and Coronation of Joshua, by John D. Davis
    4. 'Miserable-Sinner Christianity' in the Hands of the Rationalists, by B. B. Warfield
    5. Notes and Notices Dr. Tennant on the Divine Omnipotence and the Conception of a Finite God, by C. W. Hodge
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1920, vol. 18, no. 3
    1. Thomas Guthrie, by Clarence Edward Macartney
    2. 'Miserable-Sinner Christianity' in the Hands of the Rationalists, by B. B. Warfield
    3. The Names of God in the Old Testament, by Robert Dick Wilson
    4. The Ritschlians and the Preëxistence of Christ, by Jan Karel van Baalen
    5. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1920, vol. 18, no. 4
    1. 'Miserable-Sinner Christianity' in the Hands of the Rationalists, by B. B. Warfield
    2. The Ritschlians and the Preëxistence of Christ, by Jan Karel van Baalen
    3. An Interpretation of Isaiah XL.3, by John D. Davis
    4. The Name Joseph, by Oswald T. Allis
    5. The Churchmanship of William Henry Roberts, by J. Ross Stevenson
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1921, vol. 19, no. 1
    1. Oberlin Perfectionism, by B. B. Warfield
    2. The Anointing of the Sick in the Epistle of James, and its Bearing on the Use of Means in Sickness, by Edgar M. Wilson
    3. The Coming of the Pilgrims, by Marcus A. Brownson
    4. I Corinthians XI and the Ordination of Women, as Ruling Elders by Samuel T. Lowrie
    5. Abraham Kuyper—A Modern Calvinist, by Jan Van Lonkhuyzen
    6. Reviews of Recent literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1921, vol. 19, no. 2
    1. 'Smooth Stones Out of the Brook', by William L. Baxter
    2. Oberlin Perfectionism, by Benjamin B. Warfield
    3. Faith and Fellowship, by D. E. Jenkins
    4. The Bible in Shakespeare, by Philip Wendell Crannell
    5. Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1921, vol. 19, no. 3
    1. Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield, D.D., LL.D., Litt.D., by Francis L. Patton
    2. The Names for God in the New Testament, by R. D. Wilson
    3. The Elements of the Industrial Strife, by W. M. Clow
    4. Oberlin Perfectionism, by B. B. Warfield
    5. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1921, vol. 19, no. 4
    1. Apocalypses and the Date of Daniel, by R. D. Wilson
    2. Marxian Socialism, by W. M. Clow
    3. Oberlin Perfectionism, by B. B. Warfield
    4. James Waddell,—The Blind Preacher of Virginia, by Clarence Edward Macartney
    5. Modernism in China, by W. H. Griffith Thomas
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1922, vol. 20, no. 1
    1. The Significance of the Reformed Theology Today, by Caspar Wistar Hodge
    2. The Christian Way of Life and the Supernatural, by Samuel G. Craig
    3. The Psychology of Religion Interrogated, by Henry C. Sheldon
    4. 'Daniel not Quoted', by R. D. Wilson
    5. The Lost Chord, by David J. Burrell
    6. Brainerd, Edwards, and Martyn, by William A. Holliday
    7. Liberalism or Christianity, by J. Gresham Machen
    8. Notes and Notices The Shorter Bible—The Old Testament, by John Fox
    9. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1922, vol. 20, no. 2
    1. Darius the Mede, by R. D. Wilson
    2. Peter Martyr and the Colloquy of Poissy, by Benjamin F. Paist, Jr.
    3. Edward Irving, by Clarence Edward Macartney
    4. Dante Six Hundred Years Ago and Now, by David S. Schaff
    5. Christianity and Today, by Francis Shunk Downs
    6. Notes and Notices Medeba or the Waters of Rabbah, by John D. Davis
    7. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1922, vol. 20, no. 3
    1. The Heroism of the Ministry in the Hour of Christianity's Peril, by Clarence Edward Macartney
    2. The Psychic Phenomena of Mysticism, by Robert Claiborne Pitzer
    3. The City and the Sanctuary Ezekiel XLVIII, by C. M. Mackay
    4. Peter Martyr and the Colloquy of Poissy, by Benjamin F. Paist, Jr.
    5. Herman Bavinck, by Henry Elias Dosker
    6. The Mind of Man, by Bernard C. Steiner
    7. The Names and Titles of Christ, by George Henderson
    8. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1922, vol. 20, no. 4
    1. Yet Another Criticism of the Theory of Evolution, by William Brenton Greene, Jr.
    2. Is God Almighty?, by Wm. Hallock Johnson
    3. The Fossils as Age-Markers in Geology, by George McCready Price
    4. Peter Martyr and the Colloquy of Poissy, by Benjamin F. Paist, Jr.
    5. The Justification of Capitalism, by W. M. Clow
    6. Notes and Notices Ezekiel's Sanctuary and Wellhausen's Theory, by C. M. Mackay
    7. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1923, vol. 21, no. 1
    1. Genuine and Counterfeit Christianity ,by S. G. Craig
    2. The Mystic Paths, by Robert Claiborne Pitzer
    3. The Charge Against Capitalism, by W. M. Clow
    4. The Conflict Over the Old Testament, by Oswald T. Allis
    5. Notes and Notices A Note on the Latin Translations of the Scots Confessions of 1560 and 1580-1, by John Dickie
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1923, vol. 21, no. 2
    1. The Origin of the Ideas of Daniel, by R. D. Wilson
    2. Is God Almighty?, by Wm. Hallock Johnson
    3. Adoption, by Thornton Whaling
    4. 'Thy Throne, O God, is for Ever and Ever', by Oswald T. Allis
    5. Protestantism and Property, by Earnest E. Eells
    6. Ramon Lul, by H. K. W. Kumm
    7. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1923, vol. 21, no. 3
    1. The Influence of Daniel, by R. D. Wilson
    2. The City of Ezekiel's Oblation, by C. M. Mackay
    3. Is Harnack's History of Dogma a History of Harnack's Dogma?, by Finley DuBois Jenkins
    4. Protestantism and Property, by Earnest E. Eells
    5. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1923, vol. 21, no. 4
    1. Is God Almighty?, by Wm. Hallock Johnson
    2. The Influence of Daniel, by R. D. Wilson
    3. Is Harnack's History of Dogma a History of Harnack's Dogma?, by Finley DuBois Jenkins
    4. Notes and Notices The Reward of the King's Favorite (Esther vi. 8), by Oswald T. Allis
    5. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1924, vol. 22, no. 1
    1. The Background of Daniel by R. D. Wilson
    2. Ezekiel's Division of Palestine Among the Tribes by C. M. Mackay
    3. The Problem of Mental Evolution by Finley DuBois Jenkins
    4. The Philosophy of Substance by Charles A. S. Dwight
    5. The Message of the Catacombs by Charles F. Deininger
    6. The Adopting Act of 1729 and the Powers of the General Assembly by J. Ross Stevenson
    7. Notes and Notices
    8. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1924, vol. 22, no. 2
    1. John DeWitt by Frederick W. Loetscher
    2. The Inspiration of the Bible by William Brenton Greene, Jr.
    3. The Problem of Mental Evolution by F. D. Jenkins
    4. The Testimony of the Scriptures to their Own Trustworthiness by S. G. Craig
    5. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1924, vol. 22, no. 3
    1. The Historical Method in the Study of the Old Testament, by Edouard Naville
    2. The Prophecies of Daniel, by R. D. Wilson
    3. Martin Bucer and the Conversion of John Calvin, by Hastings Eells
    4. The Evolutionary Hypothesis in the Light of Modern Science, by Floyd E. Hamilton
    5. Finitistic and Pragmatistic Theology, by Clarence Bouma
    6. The Fall of Nineveh, by Oswald T. Allis
    7. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1924, vol. 22, no. 4
    1. The Person of Christ in Recent Religious Philosophy, by C. Wistar Hodge
    2. The God of the Early Christians, by J. Gresham Machen
    3. Secular and Regular Canons During the Middle Ages, by Loren C. Mackinney
    4. Modern Philosophical Views of Space in Relation to Omnipresence, by F. D. Jenkins
    5. The General Assemblies of Scotland, by Sylvester Woodbridge Beach
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1925, vol. 23, no. 1
    1. Some Religious Implications of Contemporary Philosophy, by George Johnson
    2. Modern Philosophical Views of Space in Relation to Omnipresence, by F. D. Jenkins
    3. Modern Botany and the Theory of Organic Evolution, by George McCready Price
    4. The Modern Use of the Bible, by J. Gresham Machen
    5. A Modernistic View of Jeremiah by Oswald T. Allis
    6. Notes and Notices The Words for 'Kingdom' in the Old Testament, by R. D. Wilson
    7. Reviews of Recent Literature
    8.  
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1925, vol. 23, no. 2
    1. The State of the Church, by Clarence Edward Macartney
    2. Theology and Evolution, by David S. Clark
    3. Sacramental Negotiations at the Diet of Augsburg, 1530, by Hastings Eells
    4. Aramaisms in the Old Testament, by R. Dick Wilson
    5. Dr. Moffatt's 'New Translation' of the Old Testament, by Oswald T. Allis
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1925, vol. 23, no. 3
    1. The Judicial Decisions of the General Assembly of 1925, by Benjamin M. Gemmill
    2. The Authority of the Holy Scriptures, by Clarence Edward Macartney
    3. The Incarnate Life of Our Lord From the Point of View of his Moral Character, by F. D. Jenkins
    4. The Evangelical Faith and the Holy Spirit, by Harmon H. McQuilkin
    5. Old Testament Emphases and Modern Thought, by Oswald T. Allis
    6. Notes and Notices 'The Reformed Principle of Authority', by C. W. Hodge
    7. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1925, vol. 23, no. 4
    1. The Perfection of Scripture, by George Johnson
    2. Is Jesus God?, by F. D. Jenkins
    3. William Tindale, by W. B. Cooper
    4. Old Testament Emphases and Modern Thought, by Oswald T. Allis
    5. The Supernatural Growth of Christianity, by Floyd E. Hamilton
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1926, vol. 24, no. 1
    1. The Headings of the Psalms, by R. D. Wilson
    2. The Relation of Religion to Science and Philosophy, by J. Gresham Machen
    3. Is Jesus God?, by F. D. Jenkins
    4. The Rational Argument for Immortality, by Floyd E. Hamilton
    5. Notes and Notices
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1926, vol. 24, no. 2
    1. The Reformed Faith in Modern Scotland, by John Macleod
    2. The Revival of Scholastic Philosophy, by George Johnson
    3. The Genesis of Martin Bucer's Doctrine of the Lord's Supper, by Hastings Eells
    4. Old Testament Emphases and Modern Thought, by Oswald T. Allis
    5. Notes and Notices
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1926, vol. 24, no. 3
    1. The Headings of the Psalms, by R. D. Wilson
    2. Modern Aspects of the Theory of Evolution, by Floyd E. Hamilton
    3. 'Experience and Nature', by Daniel S. Gage
    4. The Subjective Side of Salvation in its Initial Stages, by F. D. Jenkins
    5. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1926, vol. 24, no. 4
    1. 'A New Standard Bible Dictionary', by Oswald T. Allis
    2. Jesus and the Old Testament, by R. D. Wilson
    3. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1927, vol. 25, no. 1
    1. The Names of God in the Psalms, by R. D. Wilson
    2. Does the Behaviorist have a Mind?, by Wm. Hallock Johnson
    3. Holy Scriptures and Imaginal Contexts, by George Johnson
    4. Christ in the Light of Eschatology, by L. Berkhof
    5. Notes and Notices Inspiration and Islam, by Howard E. Anderson
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1927, vol. 25, no. 2
    1. On the Hebrew of Daniel, by R. D. Wilson
    2. Hegelianism and Theism, by Clarence Bouma
    3. The Davidic Dynasty, by James Oscar Boyd
    4. The Present Status and Outlook of Protestantism in Europe, by Sylvester Woodbridge Beach
    5. The Blessing of Abraham, by Oswald T. Allis
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1927, vol. 25, no. 3
    1. Evidence in Hebrew Diction for the Dates of Documents, by R. D. Wilson
    2. The Virgin Birth of our Lord, by W. H. Guiton
    3. The Davidic Covenant: The Oracle, by James Oscar Boyd
    4. The Second Coming of Christ in the Thessalonian Epistles, by Edgar M. Wilson
    5. Notes and Notices The Founding of the Second Temple, by W. E. Hogg
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1927, vol. 25, no. 4
    1. The Integrity of the Lucan Narrative of the Annunciation by J. Gresham Machen
    2. Echoes of the Covenant with David by James Oscar Boyd
    3. Popular Protest and Revolt Against Papal Finance in England from 1226 to 1258 by Oscar A. Marti
    4. The Sign of the Prophet Jonah and its Modern Confirmations by Ambrose John Wilson
    5. Is Christianity Responsible for China's Troubles? by Courtenay Hughes Fenn
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1928, vol. 26, no. 1
    1. Jeremiah—The Man and His Message, by Alexander Stewart
    2. Monarchy in Israel: The Ideal and the Actual, by James Oscar Boyd
    3. The Second Coming in the Discourse of the Last Things, by Edgar M. Wilson
    4. Martin Bucer's Conception of a Christian State, by Wilhelm Pauck
    5. Arminianism in Holland, by Juergen Ludwig Neve
    6. An 'American' Translation of the Old Testament, by Oswald T. Allis
    7. Notes and Notices Turretin's 'Theology'
    8. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1928, vol. 26, no. 2
    1. Foreign Words in the Old Testament as an Evidence of Historicity, by R. D. Wilson
    2. An American Doctor Looks at Luther, by John Alfred Faulkner
    3. The Roman Doctrine of the Sacrament of Penance
    4. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1928, vol. 26, no. 3
    1. Christianity's Finality and New Testament Teaching, by Clarence Bouma
    2. The Origin of the Regensburg Book, by Hastings Eells
    3. Wilhelm Herrmann's Systematic Theology, by Thos. Cary Johnson
    4. Does the Roman Church Teach the Doctrine of Religious Persecution?, by An Ex Catholic Priest
    5. The Rule of Faith and Life, by R. D. Wilson
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1928, vol. 26, no. 4
    1. Jeremiah's Plaint and its Answer, by Geerhardus Vos
    2. The Face, by Charles A. Mitchell
    3. What Charles Darwin Really Found, by Ambrose J. Wilson
    4. The Alleged Aramaic Origin of the Fourth Gospel, by Oswald T. Allis
    5. Behold, this Dreamer John Bunyan and His Tercentenary, by Clarence E. Macartney
    6. Notes and Notices The Sign of the Prophet Jonah and its Modern Confirmations
    7. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1929, vol. 27, no. 1
    1. The Pauline Doctrine of the Resurrection, by Geerhardus Vos
    2. The Textual Criticism of the Old Testament, by R. D. Wilson
    3. The Religion of the Scientifically Minded, by George Johnson
    4. Was Jesus a Modernist?, by Oswald T. Allis
    5. William Brenton Greene, Jr.
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1929, vol. 27, no. 2
    1. The Ethics of the Old Testament, by Wm. Brenton Greene, Jr.
    2. Alleged Development in Paul's Teaching on the Resurrection, by Geerhardus Vos
    3. Modern Views about Inspiration—and the Truth of Scriptures, by P. E. Kretzmann
    4. Primary Requisites for the Speedy Evangelization of China, by Albert B. Dodd
    5. Is Conscience a Safe Guide?, by Newton Wray
    6. Reviews of Recent Literature
 
  • Princeton Theological Review 1929, vol. 27, no. 3
    1. The Ethics of the Old Testament, by Wm. Brenton Greene Jr.
    2. Primary Requisites for the Speedy Evangelization of China, by Albert B. Dodd
    3. The Structure of the Pauline Eschatology, by Geerhardus Vos
    4. Temporal Power, by John Alfred Faulkner
    5. Reviews of Recent Literature
 

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