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The Presbyterian and Reformed Review, vols. 1—13 (1890—1902)
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The Presbyterian and Reformed Review, vols. 1—13 (1890—1902)

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Anson D. F. Randolph & Company, The Presbyterian News Co., MacCalla & Co. 1890–1902

Overview

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review was the continuation of the cancelled Presbyterian Review, aimed at providing the growing Reformed and Presbyterian theological presence in academia. From 1890 to 1902, the Presbyterian and Reformed Review continues discussion of the theological issues concerning the Presbyterian church of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Get access to the voices that developed Presbyterian and Reformed theology for a more complete view on where the church has been—for a better view of where the church is going.

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Product Details

  • Title: The Presbyterian and Reformed Review
  • Publisher: Princeton
  • Publication Dates: 1890–1902
  • Volumes: 13
  • Issues: 52
  • Resource Type: Academic Journal

Individual Titles

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1890, vol. 1, no. 1

Contents:

  • The Meaning and Value of the Doctrine of Decrees, by W. G. T. Shedd
  • On Preaching, by Francis L. Patton
  • The Biblical Meaning of Holiness, by Edward B. Coe
  • A Tendency of the Times, by S. H. Kellogg
  • The Atonement by Ransom Bethune Welch
  • Christian Science or Mind-Cure by Wm. Brenton Greene, Jr.
  • Historical and Critical Notes
  • Editorial Notes, by T. W. Chambers
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1890, vol. 1, no. 2

Contents:

  • The Relation of Christian Art to Theology, by Arthur L. Frothingham, Jr.
  • Church Discipline, by J. Romeyn Berry
  • The Fatherhood of God, by Thomas H. Skinner
  • The Church and Doctrine, by Timothy G. Darling
  • College Comity, by Sylvester F. Scovel
  • The Date of Genesis X, by Robert Dick Wilson
  • Historical and Critical Notes, by Robert Browning
  • Editorial Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1890, vol. 1, no. 3

Contents:

  • Recent Discussion in Materialism, by J. Mark Baldwi
  • Christ, the High Priest of the World, by Samuel M. Woodbridge
  • Jonathan Edwards as a Naturalist, by Henry C. McCook
  • The Author of Robinson Crusoe, by James O. Murray
  • Recent Works on Kant, by James McCosh
  • What is Animal Life?
  • Historical and Critical Notes
  • Editorial Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1890, vol. 1, no. 4

Contents:

  • The Egypticity of the Pentateuch, an Argument for its Traditional Authorship, by Alfred H. Kellogg
  • The Biblical Limits of the Presbyterian System of Government, by Chr. Van Der Veen
  • Country Missions, by Melancthon W. Jacobus
  • The Testimony of Nature, by G. Macloskie
  • The Religious Consciousness Viewed as a Help and Test in Belief, by Edward D. Morris
  • The Proposed New Chapter in "The Form of Government," on Constitutional Amendments
  • Historical and Critical Notes
  • Editorial Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1891, vol. 2, no. 5

Contents:

  • Recent Dogmatic Thought among the Protestants in Austria-Hungary, by Edouard Böhl
  • The Theological School a Practical Institution, by David D. Demarest
  • The Logos of Philo and St. John, by Paton J. Gloag
  • The Sumerian Question, by J. F. McCurdy
  • Laurentius Valla: A Pioneer of Historical Criticism, by Philip Schaff
  • Christianity and its Counterfeits, by William Alexander
  • The Chronology of the Divided Kingdom, by John D. Davis
  • Historical and Critical Notes
  • Editorial Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1891, vol. 2, no. 6

Contents:

  • Recent Dogmatic Thought in Scotland, by John Cairns
  • The Value of the Vulgate Old Testament for Textual Criticism, by Henry Preserved Smith
  • Christianity and Tolerance, by William M. Sloane
  • Mr. Gore on the Holy Spirit and Inspiration, by Robert Watts
  • "Looking Backward", by Adam Shortt
  • The Proposition for Federal Union Between the Two Reformed Churches, by Mancius H. Hutton
  • Historical and Critical Notes
  • Editorial Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1891, vol. 2, no. 7

Contents:

  • Calvinism and Confessional Revision, by A. Kuyper
  • The "Chambre Ardente" and French Protestantism Under Henry II, by Henry M. Baird
  • The Ethical Antecedents of the English Drama, by T. W. Hunt
  • Mr. George Adam Smith's Isaiah, by George C. M. Douglas
  • The Drift of Dogmatic Thought in Germany During the Last Decade, by A. Zahn
  • Tolstoï as a Reformer, by John H. Worcester, Jr.
  • Historical and Critical Notes
  • Editorial Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1891, vol. 2, no. 8

Contents:

  • Eternal Retribution, by Samuel H. Kellogg
  • Simon Peter in the School of Christ, by George T. Purves
  • Hypothesis and Dogma in the Sciences, by Charles W. Shields
  • The "New Psychology", by D. W. Fisher
  • The Prophecies of Balaam, by Lewis B. Paton
  • The Vocabulary of the New Testament, by J. Ritchie Smith
  • Historical and Critical Notes
  • Editorial Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1892, vol. 3, no. 9

Contents:

  • Ritschl's Theology, by C. M. Mead
  • Satan in the Old Testament, by Talbot W. Chambers
  • Socialism, by James MacGregor
  • Christianity and Social Problems, by Charles A. Aiken
  • Jean Astruc, by Howard Osgood
  • Religious Thought in the Russian Empire, by Nicholas Bjerring
  • Historical and Critical Notes, by Lewis B. Paton
  • Editorial Notes, by Willis J. Beecher
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1892, vol. 3, no. 10

Contents:

  • Recent Dogmatic Thought in the Netherlands, by H. Bavinck
  • Genuineness of Isaiah XL-LXVI, by William Henry Green
  • Apostolic Origin or Sanction, the Ultimate Test of Canonicity, by W. M. McPheeters
  • Christopher Columbus, by Ethelbert D. Warfield
  • Deacon versus Trustee, by John Fox
  • Willful Desertion a Ground of Divorce, by Samuel T. Lowrie
  • Editorial Notes
  • Obituary Note
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1892, vol. 3, no. 11

Contents:

  • The Testimony of Christ to the Old Testament, by William Caven
  • Movements of Theological Thought Among French-speaking Protestants from the Revival of 1820 to the end of 1891, by A. Gretillat
  • The Semitic Tradition of Creation, by John D. Davis
  • Calvin as a Commentator, by Philip Schaff
  • The Structure of the Messages to the Seven Churches, by Thomas Murphy
  • The Apostolic Fathers and New Testament Revelation, by H. M. Scott
  • The School a Factor in Missionary Work
  • Obituary Note
  • Editorial Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1892, vol. 3, no. 12

Contents:

  • On the Eschatology of our Symbols, by Edward D. Morris
  • Discoveries in Jerusalem, by Selah Merrill
  • Some Recent Theological Movements in the Church of England, by Charles H. Waller
  • The Present Aspect of our Religious Life, by A. Gosman
  • The Bible and Criticism, by Charles A. Aiken
  • The Church and Popular Amusements, by Sylvester W. Beach
  • Historical and Critical Notes, by Henry E. Dosker
  • Editorial Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1893, vol. 4, no. 13

Contents:

  • St. Paul and Inspiration, by George T. Purves
  • Present Theological Drifts in Scotland, by Norman L. Walker
  • Calvin's Doctrine of Holy Scripture, by Dunlop Moore
  • Trusting in the Dark, by H. C. G. Moule
  • The Church and the Masses, by R. V. Hunter
  • Methods of Control of the Theological Seminaries, by William Henry Roberts
  • Historical and Critical Notes
  • Editorial Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1893, vol. 4, no. 14

Contents:

  • The Real Problem of Inspiration, by Benjamin B. Warfield
  • Hypo-Evangelism: A Review of Some Prevalent Defects in the Preaching of the Gospel, by J. P. Lilley
  • Luther's Doctrine of Inspiration, by Francis Pieper
  • The Conflict in Germany Over the Apostles' Creed, by A. Zahn
  • James Russell Lowell as a Prose Writer, by T. W. Hunt
  • Historical and Critical Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1893, vol. 4, no. 15

Contents:

  • The Trial of Servetus, by Charles W. Shields
  • Theological Thought Among French Protestants in 1892, by A. Grétillat
  • Homiletic Aspects of the Fatherhood of God, by Charles A. Salmond
  • Causes of the Failure of the Papal Assumptions of Boniface VIII, by Alan D. Campbell
  • Are There Metres in Old Testament Poetry? Ancient Statements and Modern Theories, by Edwin Cone Bissell
  • Historical and Critical Notes
  • Editorial Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1893, vol. 4, no. 16

Contents:

  • Dr. Briggs' Higher Criticism of the Hexateuch Examined, by William Henry Green
  • Recent Dogmatic Thought in Scandinavia, by Conrad Emil Lindberg
  • The Westminster Doctrine of Holy Scripture, by Benjamin B. Warfield
  • Historical and Critical Notes
  • Editorial Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1894, vol. 5, no. 17

Contents:

  • The Future of Calvinism by H. Bavinck
  • Anselm of Canterbury by Philip Schaff
  • Philosophy: Its Relation to Life and Education, by J. Mark Baldwin
  • The Function of the Prophet, by Talbot W. Chambers
  • Critical Views Respecting the Mosaic Tabernacle, by William Henry Green
  • Historical and Critical Notes. A Practical Exegesis of Isaiah XL. 31, by A. H. Huizinga
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1894, vol. 5, no. 18

Contents:

  • The Sabbath-School Movement of To-day, by Edward T. Bromfield
  • The Ecclesiastical Situation in Scotland, by Norman L. Walker
  • The Witness of the Reformed Church of Germany Against Rationalism, by James I. Good
  • The Principle of Reformed Protestantism and Foreign Missions, by N. M. Steffens
  • Political Science and Christian Missions, by Henry Woodward Hulbert
  • Klostermann on the Pentateuch, by William Henry Green
  • Christian Beneficence and Some New Theories Affecting Property, by David R. Breed
  • Editorial Notes. Abjuration of Romanism, by D. H. MacVicar
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1894, vol. 5, no. 19

Contents:

  • The Moses of the Critics, by William Henry Green
  • On Montanism, by Paton J. Gloag
  • Separation of the Lutheran Church from the Reformed in the Sixteenth Century, by Edouard Böhl
  • Ezekiel and the Priests' Code, by Thomas Whitelaw
  • The Prologue of the Fourth Gospel, by J. Ritchie Smith
  • The Kantian Theism, by C. Wistar Hodge, Jr.
  • Editorial Notes. The One Lawgiver, by Talbot W. Chambers
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1894, vol. 5, no. 20

Contents:

  • Prof. George D. Herron as a Leader, by Frank Hugh Foster
  • The Relation of the Messianic Teaching of Isaiah to Contemporary Events, by W. A. Shedd
  • The À Priori, or Ontological Proof of the Existence of God, by Jacob Cooper
  • Professor Henry Preserved Smith on Inspiration, by Benjamin B. Warfield
  • The Sons of God and the Daughters of Men, by William Henry Green
  • The Proposed Plan of Federation of the Reformed Churches, by Eugene Daniel
  • Obituary Note. The Rev. Prof. Edwin Cone Bissell, D.D., LL.D., by A. C. Zenos
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1895, vol. 6, no. 21

Contents:

  • Origin and Composition of Genesis, by Edwin Cone Bissell
  • Objections to Apostolic Authorship or Sanction as the Ultimate Test of Canonicity, by W. M. McPheeters
  • The Testimony of the Holy Spirit to the Bible, by John DeWitt
  • The Mind of a Child, by D. W. Fisher
  • Common Errors as to the Relations of Science and Faith, by G. Macloskie
  • Historical and Critical Notes
  • Editorial Notes. The Unwritten Law of God, by Talbot W. Chambers
  • Obituary Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1895, vol. 6, no. 22

Contents:

  • Christianity and the Experimental Method, by Robert McCheyne Edgar
  • The Messianic Idea in the Prophets, by Talbot W. Chambers
  • The Formation of the New Testament, by George T. Purves
  • Origin and Composition of Genesis, by Edwin Cone Bissell
  • William Greenough Thayer Shedd, by John DeWitt
  • Historical and Critical Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1895, vol. 6, no. 23

Contents:

  • Phillips Brooks as a Theologian, by John Fox
  • The Origin and Composition of Genesis, by Edwin Cone Bissell
  • The Authenticity and Genuineness of Daniel, by Joseph J. Lampe
  • The Function of the Reason in Christianity, by W. Brenton Greene, Jr.
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1895, vol. 6, no. 24

Contents:

  • The Antistes of Zurich, by James I. Good
  • Origin and Composition of Genesis, by Edwin Cone Bissell
  • James McCosh: A Baccalaureate Sermon, by Francis L. Patton
  • The Spirit of God in the Old Testament, by Benjamin B. Warfield
  • "Philosophers' and 'Higher Critics," by Howard Osgood
  • The Synoptic Problem, by Samuel C. Hodge
  • Ecclesiastical Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1896, vol. 7, no. 25

Contents:

  • The Beginning and Growth of the Canon of the New Testament, by Dunlop Moore
  • Some Recent Phases of Christian Apologetics, by Abel H. Huizinga
  • Naturalism, by D. W. Fisher
  • The Beginning of the American Presbyterian Church, by J. A. Davis
  • The Place of Reason in Theology, by Henry Collin Minton
  • The Holiness Code and Ezekiel, by Lewis Bayles Payton
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1896, vol. 7, no. 26

Contents:

  • Present Hindrances to Missions and their Remedies, by F. F. Ellinwood
  • Some Aspects of Recent German Philosophy, by C. Wistar Hodge, Jr.
  • The Difficulty of Revising the Authorized Version of the New Testament, by David Brown
  • The Idea of Systematic Theology, by Benjamin B. Warfield
  • The Record of the Storm on Galilee, by W. W. Faris
  • The Baptism of Polygamists in Non-Christian Lands, by S. H. Kellogg
  • The Interrelation between the Doctrine of Total Depravity and Soteriology, by Nicholas M. Steffens
  • Reviews of Recent Theological LiteratureM

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1896, vol. 7, no. 27

Contents:

  • Theological Implications of the Synthetic Philosophy, by Henry Collin Minton
  • The Right of Systematic Theology, by Benjamin B. Warfield
  • The Current Theology and the Theology of the Reformed Church in America, by J. A. DeBaun
  • An Exegesis of the Third Chapter of 2 Corinthians, by Samuel T. Lowrie
  • A Study of Mrs. Browning, by Theodore W. Hunt
  • Editorial Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1896, vol. 7, no. 28

Contents:

  • The Reverend Talbot Wilson Chambers, S.T.D., LL.D, by J. Preston Searle
  • The Jerusalem Chamber, by E. D. Morris
  • The Effect of the Fall of Man upon Nature, by William Alexander Holliday
  • Wanted: A Definition of Conscience, by Howard Agnew Johnston
  • The Early Bermuda Church, by W. Robson Notman
  • Christian Endeavor and the General Assembly, by David E. Breed
  • Ecclesiastical Notes
  • Obituary Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1897, vol. 8, no. 29

Contents:

  • Philip Melanchthon, by Ethelbert D. Warfield
  • The Fellowship of Goods in the Apostolic Church, by Sanford H. Cobb
  • Dogmatic Theology and Civilization, by William Alexander
  • The American Lyceum, by Hermon Dutilh Jenkins
  • Christian Supernaturalism, by Benjamin B. Warfield
  • Apostolic and Modern Missions, by Chalmers Martin
  • Historical and Critical Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1897, vol. 8, no. 30

Contents:

  • The Planting of Princeton College, by John DeWitt
  • Socialism in Italy, by D. W. Fisher
  • The Problem of Public Worship, by Timothy G. Darling
  • Apostolic and Modern Missions, by Chalmers Martin
  • The Biblical Usage of "Soul' and 'Spirit," by William H. Hodge
  • Morals Before Moses, by Howard Osgood
  • Efficient Preaching, by Robert F. Sample
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1897, vol. 8, no. 31

Contents:

  • Albrecht Ritschl by Frank Hugh Foster
  • Princeton College Administrations in the Eighteenth Century, by John DeWitt
  • The Liturgical Position of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, by Louis F. Benson
  • Some Doctrinal Features of the Early Prophecies of Isaiah, by Geerhardus Vos
  • Apostolic and Modern Missions, by Chalmers Martin
  • The Imprecatory Element in the Psalms, by J. W. Beardslee
  • A Recent Controversy in the Harmony of Galatians and Acts, by M. W. Jacobus
  • Editorial Note
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1897, vol. 8, no. 32

Contents:

  • The Ethical Gospel, by John M. King
  • The German Reformed Coetus, 1747-1792, by James I. Good
  • Princeton College Administrations in the Nineteenth Century, by John DeWitt
  • The Dramatic Character and Integrity of the Book of Job, by William Henry Green
  • Conservatism, by Samuel M. Woodbridge
  • Apostolic and Modern Missions, by Chalmers Martin
  • Ecclesiastical Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1898, vol. 9, no. 33

Contents:

  • Theistic Evolution, by G. Macloskie
  • The Witness of Apostolic Literature to Apostolic History, by George T. Purves
  • The England of the Westminster Assembly, by Ethelbert D. Warfield
  • The Metaphysics of Christian Apologetics, by William Brenton Greene, Jr.
  • Two Phases of the History of the Huguenots, by Eduard Böhl
  • Prof. Theodor Zahn's History of Sunday, by Samuel T. Lowrie
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1898, vol. 9, no. 34

Contents:

  • Dr. McGiffert on Apostolic Christianity, by James Orr
  • The Modern Hypothesis and Recent Criticism of the Early Prophets, by Geerhardus Vos
  • The Westminster Confession: The Character and Sources of its Teaching, by John Macpherson
  • The Metaphysics of Christian Apologetics, by W. Brenton Greene, Jr.
  • John of Barneveldt, Martyr or Traitor, by Henry E. Dosker
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1898, vol. 9, no. 35

Contents:

  • The Place of the Westminster Assembly in Modern History, by John DeWitt
  • Dr. Theodor Zahn's History of Sunday, by Samuel T. Lowrie
  • The Modern Hypothesis and Recent Criticism of the Early Prophets, by Geerhardus Vos
  • John of Barneveldt, Martyr or Traitor, by Henry E. Dosker
  • The Metaphysics of Christian Apologetics, by Brenton Greene, Jr.
  • Self-Support by Theological Students, by A. C. Zenos
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1898, vol. 9, no. 36

Contents:

  • Dr. Abraham Kuyper, by Witsius H. de Savornin Lohman
  • The Modern Hypothesis and Recent Criticism of the Early Prophets, by Geerhardus Vos
  • John of Barneveldt, Martyr or Traitor, by Henry E. Dosker
  • The Metaphysics of Christian Apologetics, by Wm. Brenton Greene, Jr.
  • Ecclesiastical Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1899, vol. 10, no. 37

Contents:

  • Christianity and the Cosmic Philosophy, by Henry Collin Minton
  • The Metaphysics of Christian Apologetics, by Wm Brenton Greene, Jr.
  • Friedrich Daniel Ernst Schleiermacher: The Representative Theologian of the Nineteenth Century, by James Lindsay
  • The Modern Hypothesis and Recent Criticism of the Early Prophets, by Geerhardus Vos
  • Herbert Spencer—"Our Great Philosopher"—versus The Known God, by D. S. Gregory
  • John of Barneveldt, Martyr or Traitor, by Henry E. Dosker
  • Critical and Historical Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1899, vol. 10, no. 38

Contents:

  • The Literary History of Calvin"s 'Institutes," by Benjamin B. Warfield
  • The Antithesis Between Symbolism and Revelation, by A. Kuyper
  • The Metaphysics of Christian Apologetics, by William Brenton Greene, Jr.
  • Herbert Spencer—"Our Great Philosopher"—versus The Known God, by D. S. Gregory
  • The Modern Hypothesis and Recent Criticism of the Early Prophets, by Geerhardus Vos
  • Historical and Critical Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1899, vol. 10, no. 39

Contents:

  • The Crisis in the Church of England, by Meade C. Williams
  • Herbert Spencer—"Our Great Philosopher"—versus The Known God, by Daniel Seeley Gregory
  • The Text of the Minor Prophets, by John Oman
  • "It Says:' 'Scripture Says:' 'God Says", by Benjamin B. Warfield
  • Morality: Intuitive and Imperative, by Thomas Nichols
  • Historical and Critical Notes, by Dunlop Moore
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1899, vol. 10, no. 40

Contents:

  • The Fatherhood of God, Viewed in the Light of Christ's Personal Teaching on the Subject, by John M. King
  • The Ordination of Messiah, by Robert McCheyne Edgar
  • The Vanishing Sense of Sin, by John H. Edwards
  • Mysticism—True and False, by James Lindsay
  • "The Catholic Apostolic Church," by Erskine N. White
  • The Popular Demand for Young Ministers, by N. J. M. Bogert
  • Ecclesiastical Notes, by Adam W. Fergusson
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1900, vol. 11, no. 41

Contents:

  • Dr. McGiffert's Historical Methods, by William P. Dickson
  • The Unerring Witness to the Scriptures, by Howard Osgood
  • The Elective System in our Colleges and the Curriculum of our Theological Seminaries, by W. Brenton Greene Jr.
  • "God-Inspired Scripture.", by Benjamin B. Warfield
  • Historical and Critical Notes
  • Ecclesiastical Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1900, vol. 11, no. 42

Contents:

  • Authority in Religion by Henry Collin Minton
  • "The Oracles of God.", by Benjamin B. Warfield
  • The Composition of the Book of Ezra, by James Oscar Boyd
  • Theological Seminaries and their Critics, by Thomas Franklin Day
  • Historical and Critical Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1900, vol. 11, no. 43

Contents:

  • William Henry Green, by John D. Davis
  • "Symbolo-Fideisme.", by A. C. Zenos
  • The Documents of the Book of Ezra, by James Oscar Boyd
  • The Holy Spirit in the Early Apostolic Age, by R. A. Falconer
  • The Ethics of the Natural Man, by N. M. Steffens
  • Ecclesiasticus, by Robert Dick Wilson
  • Historical and Critical Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1900, vol. 11, no. 44

Contents:

  • Religion and National Life, by Hugh M. Scott
  • The Historicity of Ezra, by James Oscar Boyd
  • The Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa, by J. I. Marais
  • The Inscriptions of the Psalms, by Chalmers Martin
  • Ecclesiastical Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1901, vol. 12, no. 45

Contents:

  • The Minister of the Twentieth Century, by Frank H. Foster
  • Ultramontanism in Canada, by Walter M. Roger
  • Mission Policy and Political Principles by William A. Shedd
  • Predestination in the Reformed Confessions by Benjamin B. Warfield
  • Reconstruction in the Sunday-School by W. H. S. Demarest
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1901, vol. 12, no. 46

Contents:

  • Roman Autobiography, Particularly Augustine's Confessions, by Andrew F. West
  • Man's Place in the Cosmos, by James Lindsay
  • Jesus and Questions of His Time, by A. T. Robertson
  • Calvinism and the Theological Crisis, by Nicholas M. Steffens
  • The Making of the Westminster Confession, and Especially of its Chapter on the Decree of God, by Benjamin B. Warfield
  • The Sermon as Addressed to the Imagination, by William L. Ledwith
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1901, vol. 12, no. 47

Contents:

  • Growth of Presbyterian Sabbath-School Polity, by Edward T. Bromfield
  • Facts, Doctrines and Ideals, by Edward H. Griffin
  • Calvin's Literary Work, by Ferdinand Brunetière
  • The Witness of Jesus to Himself in the Fourth Gospel, by J. Ritchie Smith
  • Philip William Otterbein and the Reformed Church, by W. J. Hinke
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1901, vol. 12, no. 48

Contents:

  • English Theistic Thought at the Close of the Nineteenth Century, by Benjamin Lewis Hobson
  • Psychology as a Natural Science, by Edward H. Griffin
  • James Martineau, by Frank Hugh Foster
  • The Printing of the Westminster Confession, by Benjamin B. Warfield
  • Ecclesiastical Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1902, vol. 13, no. 49

Contents:

  • The Scriptural Doctrine of the Love of God, by Geerhardus Vos
  • Two Types of Naturalism, by Edward H. Griffin
  • The Printing of the Westminster Confession, by Benjamin B. Warfield
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1902, vol. 13, no. 50

Contents:

  • Current Old Testament Discussions and Princeton Opinion, by John D. Davis
  • Belief as an Ethical Postulate, by Edward H. Griffin
  • The Book of Daniel, by George C. M. Douglas
  • The Printing of the Westminster Confession, by Benjamin B. Warfield
  • Lost Meanings of Hebrew Roots, by Robert Dick Wilson
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1902, vol. 13, no. 51

Contents:

  • The Epistemological Argument for Theism, by Edward H. Griffin
  • Character in Language, by Edward Riggs
  • The Printing of the Westminster Confession, by Benjamin B. Warfield
  • Free-Will and Physiological Psychology, by Wm. Hallock Johnson
  • The Atoning Savior of the Shiahs, by S. G. Wilson
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 1902, vol. 13, no. 52

Contents:

  • Personality the Supreme Category of Philosophy, by Edward H. Griffin
  • The Blessed Trinity, by Robert McCheyne Edgar
  • The Printing of the Westminster Confession, by Benjamin B. Warfield
  • The Case of Prof. George Adam Smith, by Norman L. Walker
  • Ecclesiastical Notes
  • Reviews of Recent Theological Literature