Puritan Reformed Journal: Vol. 4, No. 1 - January 2012

Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary

Table of Contents:

Biblical Studies

The Necessity, Nature and Benefits of Old Testament History – David P. Murray

“Translation…Openeth the Window”: Lessons from the Preface to the Authorized Version – Gerald M. Bilkes

Gethsemane’s King-Lamb: A Sermon on John 18:7-8, 12-13a – Joel R. Beeke

Systematic and Historical Theology

Toward a Theological System of Michael Sattler – David Saxton

Pierre du Moulin on the Knowledge of God – Mark J. Larson

The Holy Spirit’s Role in John Owen’s “Covenant of the Mediator” Formulation: A Case Study in Reformed Orthodox Formulations of the Pactum Salutis – Laurence R. O’Donnell III

The Christology of John Flavel - Brian H. Cosby

Remonstrants, Contra-Remonstrants, and the Synod of Dordt (1618-1619): The Religious History of the Early Dutch Republic – William VanDoodewaard

Regulae de Observatione Sabbathi: The Synod of Dort’s Deliverance on the Sabbath – Daniel R. Hyde

Presbyterians in Space: The Problem of Disconnected Presbyterians on the American Frontier (c. 1782 –c. 1800) – Andrew M. McGinnis

Experiential Theology

The Piety of Joseph Hart as Reflected in His Life, Ministry, and Hymns – Brian Golez Najapfour

Pastoral Theology and Missions

Preachers: Who Are They? – Nam Joon Kim

Practical Application in Preaching – Joel R. Beeke and David P. Murray

Authentic Ministry: Servanthood, Tears, and Temptations – Joel R. Beeke and Paul M. Smalley

Twenty-Five Unbelievable Years: The Foreign Missions Policy of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America, 1945-1970 – Gordon J. Keddie

Continuing Education for Ministers: A Guide for Ministers and Congregations – Ryan M. McGraw

Plus 10 Book Reviews