*=most important sources
Systematic Theology

Bavinck, Herman. Reformed Dogmatics. Volume 1: Prolegomena. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2003.

Henry, Carl F. H.  God, Revelation and Authority.  Waco, Texas: Word Books, 1976-83.  “The Method and Criteria of Theology (II): The Role of Reason, Scripture, Consistency and Coherence.”  In vol. 1, God Who Speaks and Shows: Preliminary Considerations, 225-44.

Horton, Michael. The Christian Faith: A Systematic Theology for Pilgrims on the Way. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2011, 13–219.

Muller, Richard A.  Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics.  Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1987-2003.  “Orthodoxy and Scholasticism in Protestant Thought,” “The Reformation and Theological System,” “The Rise of Orthodoxy and the Structures of Protestant Scholastic Theology,” “Archetypal and Ectypal Theology,” “Theology As Communicated to Men,” “Theology: Theoretical or Practical?,” “Fundamental Articles and Basic Principles of Theology.”  In vol. 1, Prolegomena to Theology, 13-40, 123-36, 153-66, 215-26, 277-311.

Murray, John.  “Systematic Theology.”  In Collected Writings of John Murray, 4:1-21.  Edinburgh: Banner of Truth Trust, 1976-82.

Warfield, Benjamin B. “The Idea of Systematic Theology”  “The Right of Systematic Theology.”

Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge.  The Works of Benjamin B. Warfield.  1927-32.  Reprint.  Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1981. “The Task and Method of Systematic Theology.”  In vol. 9, Studies in Theology, 49-105.

General Revelation

Berkouwer, G. C.  General Revelation, 9-57, 117-72, 187-206.  Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1955.

Calvin, John.  Institutes of the Christian Religion I.i-v (1:35-69).  Edited by John T. McNeill, translated by Ford Lewis Battles.  Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1960.

Calvin’s Institutes:  Translations: Beveridge; Allen vol 1&2; Battles

Lane, A Reader’s Guide to Calvin’s Institutes

Audio edition of the Institutes

Battles, Analysis of the Institutes

Beach, Piety’s Wisdom: A Summary of Calvin’s Institutes

Hall & Lillback, eds., A Theological Guide to Calvin’s Institutes

Chalmers, Thomas.  The Works of Thomas Chalmers.  Glasgow: William Collins, 1835-42.  Paragraphs 28-44 of “On the Defects and the Uses of Natural Theology,” in vol. 2, On Natural Theology, 398-420.

Cunningham, William.  Theological Lectures, 101-113.  London: James Nisbet and Company, 1878.

Demarest, Bruce A.  General Revelation: Historical Views and Contemporary Issues, 227-47.  Grand Rapids: Zondervan Publishing House, 1982.

Dowey, Edward A.  “Conscience.”  In The Knowledge of God in Calvin’s Theology, 56-72.  New York: Columbia University Press, 1952.

*Helm, Paul.  “Calvin and Natural Law.”  Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology 2(1984):5-22.

Hodge, Charles.  “The Origin of the Idea of God.”  In Systematic Theology, 1:191-203.  1871.  Reprint.  London: James Clarke and Company, 1960.

Murray, John.  The Epistle to the Romans, 1:37-40, 50-53, 72-76 (on Romans 1:19-20, 29-32, 2:14-15).  London: Marshall, Morgan and Scott, 1967.

*Turretin, Francis.  “Whether natural theology may be granted,” “Is natural theology sufficient for salvation; or is there a common religion by which all promiscuously may be saved?”  In Institutes of Elenctic Theology, 1:6-16.  Translated by George Musgrave Giger.  Phillipsburg, N. J.: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1992.

Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge.  The Works of Benjamin B. Warfield.  1927-32.  Reprint.  Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1981.  Vol. 5, Calvin and Calvinism, “Calvin’s Doctrine of the Knowledge of God,” 29-48.

Westminster Confession of Faith I.i, vi, X.iv, XX.iv, XXI.i, vii; Larger Catechism 2, 60, 151.

Inspiration of Scripture

Clark, Gordon H.  “Inspiration and Language.”  In Religion, Reason and Revelation, 111-50.  Nutley, N. J.: Craig Press, 1978.

Helm, Paul.  “Revealed Propositions and Timeless Truths,” Religious Studies 8(1972): 127-36.

*Hodge, A. A., and Warfield, Benjamin B.  “Inspiration.”  The Princeton Defense of Plenary Verbal Inspiration, edited by Mark A. Noll, 40-75.  New York: Garland Publishing Inc., 1988.  Reprinted from Presbyterian Review 2(1881):225-60.  Also reprinted in Inspiration, with an introduction by Roger Nicole, vii-xiv, 5-71.  Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1979.

Nicole, Roger.  “The Biblical Concept of Truth.”  In Scripture and Truth, edited by D. A. Carson and John D. Woodbridge, 287-98.  1983.  Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1992.

*Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge.  The Works of Benjamin B. Warfield.  1927-32.  Reprint.  Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1981.  Vol. 1, Revelation and Inspiration, v-ix, 3-391.  Vol. 6, The Westminster Assembly and Its Work, “The Westminster Doctrine of Holy Scripture,” 201-209.

Westminster Confession of Faith I.i.

Young, Edward J.  “What is Inerrancy?”  In Thy Word is Truth: Some Thoughts on the Biblical Doctrine of Inspiration, 113-59.  London: Banner of Truth Trust, 1963.

Canon

Beckwith, Roger.  “Introduction,” “The Fact of the Canon,” (b), (c), (d), (e) and (f) of “The Identity of the Canonical Books: The Books Excluded As Uncanonical.”  In The Old Testament Canon of the New Testament Church, 1-15, 63-104, 366-408, 419-33.  Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1986.

*Ridderbos, Herman N.  “The Canon of the New Testament.”  In Redemptive History and the New Testament Scriptures, 1-47.  Phillipsburg, N. J.: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1988.

Stonehouse, N. B.  “The Authority of the New Testament.”  In The Infallible Word, edited by N. B. Stonehouse and Paul Woolley, 92-140.  Philadelphia: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1946.

Westminster Confession of Faith I.ii-iii.

*Young, Edward J.  “The Authority of the Old Testament.”  In The Infallible Word, edited by N. B. Stonehouse and Paul Woolley, 55-91.  Philadelphia: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1946.

Authority of Scripture

Helm, Paul.  “Revelation and Objectivity.”  In The Divine Revelation, 37-55.  London: Marshall, Morgan and Scott, 1982.

*Murray, John.  The Infallible Word, edited by N. B. Stonehouse and Paul Woolley, “The Attestation of Scripture,” 1-42.  Philadelphia: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1946.

Murray, John.  Collected Writings of John Murray, “Calvin and the Authority of Scripture,” 4:176-83.  Edinburgh: Banner of Truth Trust, 1976-82.  also here

Packer, J. I.  “Authority.”  In Fundamentalism’ and the Word of God, 41-74.  London: Inter-Varsity Fellowship, 1958.

*Turretin, Francis.  “From what source does the divine authority of the Scriptures become known to us?”  In Institutes of Elenctic Theology, 1:85-94.  Translated by George Musgrave Giger.  Phillipsburg, N. J.: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1992-.

Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge.  The Works of Benjamin B. Warfield.  1927-32.  Reprint.  Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1981.  Vol. 4, Studies in Tertullian and Augustine, second article of “Augustine’s Doctrine of Knowledge and Authority,” 178-225.  Vol. 6, The Westminster Assembly and Its Work, “The Westminster Doctrine of Holy Scripture,” 155-201, 210-24.

Westminster Confession of Faith I.iv-v; Larger Catechism 4.

*Whitaker, William.  A Disputation On Holy Scripture.  “Concerning the Authority of Scripture,” 275-300, 327-58.  Translated by William Fitzgerald.  The Parker Society.  Cambridge: The University Press, 1849.

Internal Testimony of the Holy Spirit

Cunningham, William.  “Testimony of the Spirit, Following the Confession of Faith.”  Theological Lectures, 320-30.  London: James Nisbet and Company, 1878.

Owen, John.  Testimony of the Holy Spirit

Halyburton, Thomas.  Propositions I-XII of “An Essay Concerning the Nature of Faith, or the Ground Upon Which Faith Assents to the Scriptures.”  In The Works of Thomas Halyburton, 526-46.  Edited by Robert Burns.  London: Thomas Tegg and Son, 1835.

*Murray, John.  The Infallible Word, edited by N. B. Stonehouse and Paul Woolley, “The Attestation of Scripture,” 42-54.  Philadelphia: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1946.

Murray, John.  Collected Writings of John Murray, “Calvin and the Authority of Scripture,” 4:183-90.  Edinburgh: Banner of Truth Trust, 1976-82.

*Owen, John.  “The Reason of Faith.”  In The Works of John Owen, 4:3-115.  Chapters II and IV-VI in “Of the Divine Original, Authority, Self-Evidencing Light, and Power of the Scriptures,” 16:306-312, 318-43.    Edited by William H. Goold.  1850-53.  Reprint.  London: Banner of Truth Trust, 1965-68.

*Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge.  The Works of Benjamin B. Warfield.  1927-32.  Reprint.  Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1981.  Vol. 5, Calvin and Calvinism, “Calvin’s Doctrine of the Knowledge of God,” 60-130.

Westminster Confession of Faith I.v; Larger Catechism 4.

Perspicuity and Sufficiency of Scripture

Cunningham, William.  “Romanist Theory of Development.”  In Discussions of Church Principles: Popish, Erastian, and Presbyterian, 35-77.  Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1863.

Cunningham, William.  Theological Lectures, 492-515.  London: James Nisbet and Company, 1878.

*Helm, Paul.  “Evolution, Tradition and Development.”  In The Divine Revelation, 89-103.  London: Marshall, Morgan and Scott, 1982.

Martin, Hugh.  “The Conjunction of the Presence and the History,” “The Presence – By the Spirit,” “The Presence – In the History.”  In Christ’s Presence in the Gospel History, 9-41.  Edinburgh: John MacLaren, 1865.

*Murray, John.  “The Finality and Sufficiency of Scripture.”  In Collected Writings of John Murray, 1:16-22.  “Tradition: Romish and Protestant,” 4:264-73.  Edinburgh: Banner of Truth Trust, 1976-82.

*Turretin, Francis.  “The Perfection of the Scriptures,” “The Perspicuity of the Scriptures.”  In Institutes of Elenctic Theology, 1:134-47.  Translated by George Musgrave Giger.  Phillipsburg, N. J.: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1992-.

*Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge.  The Works of Benjamin B. Warfield.  1927-32.  Reprint.  Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1981.  Vol. 6, The Westminster Assembly and Its Work, “The Westminster Doctrine of Holy Scripture,” 224-35.

Westminster Confession of Faith I.vi-vii, XVI.i, XX.ii, XXI.i, XXXI.iii; Larger Catechism 3, 108-109; Shorter Catechism 2.

Whitaker, William.  Concerning the Authority of Scripture.  “Concerning the Perfection of Scripture, Against Human Traditions,” 513-24.  Translated by William Fitzgerald.  The Parker Society.  Cambridge: The University Press, 1849.

 
Use of Scripture

Cunningham, William.  Theological Lectures, 525-50, 558-68, 580-90.  London: James Nisbet and Company, 1878.

Helm, Paul.  “The Role of Logic in Biblical Interpretation.”  In Hermeneutics, Inerrancy, and the Bible, edited by Earl D. Radmacher and Robert D. Preus, 841-58.  Grand Rapids: Zondervan Publishing House, 1984.

Muller, Richard A.  “The ‘Divers Senses’ of Scripture.”  In Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics.  Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1987-.  Vol. 2, Holy Scripture: The Cognitive Foundation of Theology, 487-99.

*Owen, John.  “The Causes, Ways, and Means of Understanding the Mind of God As Revealed in His Word.”  In The Works of John Owen, 4:117-234.  Edited by William H. Goold.  1850-53.  Reprint.  London: Banner of Truth Trust, 1965-68.

*Packer, James I.  “Hermeneutics and Biblical Authority.”  The Churchman 81(1967):7-21.

Shedd, W. G. T.  “The Westminster Affirmation of the Original Inerrancy of the Scriptures.”  In Calvinism: Pure and Mixed, 132-44.  Edinburgh: Banner of Truth Trust, 1986.

Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge.  The Works of Benjamin B. Warfield.  1927-32.  Reprint.  Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1981.  Vol. 6, The Westminster Assembly and Its Work, “The Westminster Doctrine of Holy Scripture,” 235-53.

*Weeks, Noel.  The Sufficiency of Scripture, 1-90.  Edinburgh: Banner of Truth, 1988.
Westminster Confession of Faith I.viii-ix; Larger Catechism 5; Shorter Catechism 3.
Rule of Faith

*Calvin, John.  Institutes of the Christian Religion IV.viii.1-x.26 (2:1149-1205).  Edited by John T. McNeill, translated by Ford Lewis Battles.  Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1960.

Cunningham, William.  Theological Lectures, 516-24, 602-12.  London: James Nisbet and Company, 1878.

*Hodge, Charles.  Essays and Reviews, articles I and II of “The Theology of the Intellect and That of the Feelings,” 539-69, 597-611.  Reprinted from Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 22(1850):642-74, 23(1851):332-47.

*Kelley, J. N. D.  “Tradition and Scripture.”  In Early Christian Doctrine, fourth ed., 29-51.  London: Adam and Charles Black, 1968.

*Turretin, Francis.  “The Supreme Judge of Controversies and Interpreter of the Scriptures.”  In Institutes of Elenctic Theology, 1:154-62.  Translated by George Musgrave Giger.  Phillipsburg, N. J.: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1992-.

*Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge.  The Works of Benjamin B. Warfield.  1927-32.  Reprint.  Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1981.  Vol. 6, The Westminster Assembly and Its Work, “The Westminster Doctrine of Holy Scripture,” 253-57.  Vol. 9, Studies in Theology, “The Latest Phase of Historical Rationalism,” “Mysticism and Christianity,” 585-618, 649-66.

Westminster Confession of Faith I.viii and x, XXXI.iii-iv; Larger Catechism 3; Shorter Catechism 2.

Reason and Private Judgment

*Bates, William.  Chapter VII of “The Harmony of the Divine Attributes.”  In The Whole Works of W. Bates, 1:271-84.  Harrisonburg, Virginia: Sprinkle Publications, 1990.

*Bruce, Archibald.  “On the Right of Private Judgment, and Due Freedom of Inquiry.”  Introductory and Occasional Lectures, for Forming the Minds of Young Men Intending the Holy Ministry, to Theological and Useful Learning, Religion, and Good Manners, 233-313.  Edinburgh: Macredie, Skelly and Muckersy, 1817.

Clark, Gordon H.  Logic, 1-116.  Jefferson, Maryland: Trinity Foundation, 1988.

Cunningham, William.  “The Principles of the Reformation Not the Causes of Sects and Heresies.”  In Ter-Centenary of the Scottish Reformation, edited by J. A. Wylie, 108-122.  Edinburgh: John MacLaren, 1860.

Cunningham, William.  Theological Lectures, 569-79.  London: James Nisbet and Company, 1878.

*Hodge, Charles.  “Proper Office of Reason in Matters of Religion,” “Relation of Philosophy and Revelation,” “Office of the Senses in Matters of Faith.”  In Systematic Theology, 1:49-60.  1871.  Reprint.  London: James Clarke and Company, 1960.

Muller, Richard A.  Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics.  Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1987-.  “The Instrumental Function of Reason.”  In vol. 1, Prolegomena to Theology, 243-49.

Nash, Ronald H.  “The Role of Faith.”  In The Light of the Mind: St. Augustine’s Theory of Knowledge, 24-38.  Lexington, Kentucky: University Press of Kentucky, 1969.

*Turretin, Francis.  “Is human reason the principle and rule by which the doctrines of the Christian religion and theology (which are the objects of faith) ought to be measured?,” “Does any judgment belong to reason in matters of faith?,” “May the judgment of contradiction be allowed to human reason in matters of faith?,” “Is there any use of the testimony of the senses in mysteries of faith?” “The Use of Consequences,” “Is there any use of philosophy in theology?” and paragraphs XI-XVII of topic III, question XXI (“The Power of God”).  In Institutes of Elenctic Theology, 1:23-47, 246-47.  Translated by George Musgrave Giger.  Phillipsburg, N. J.: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1992.

Westminster Confession of Faith XX.ii, XXIX.vi.

Epistemology

*Clark, Gordon H.  “Epistemology.”  In A Christian View of Men and Things, 285-325.  1952.  Reprint.  Jefferson, Maryland: Trinity Foundation, 1991.

Clark, Gordon H.  “The Bible as Truth.”  In God’s Hammer: The Bible and Its Critics, 24-38.  Jefferson, Maryland: Trinity Foundation, 1987.

Clark, Gordon H.  “Skepticism and Happiness,” “Truth and God.”  In Thales to Dewey, 219-28.  Jefferson, Maryland: Trinity Foundation, 1989.

Fuller, Donald, and Gardiner, Richard.  “Reformed Theology at Princeton and Amsterdam in the Late Nineteenth Century: A Reappraisal.”  Presbyterion 21(1995):89-117.

*Henry, Carl F. H.  God, Revelation and Authority.  Waco, Texas: Word Books, 1976-83.  “The Ways of Knowing,” “A Priori Explanation of Religion,” “The Philosophical Transcendent A Priori (I),” “The Theological Transcendent A Priori,” “The Philosophic Transcendental (Critical) A Priori,” “Reflections on Religious Apriorism.”  In vol. 1, God Who Speaks and Shows: Preliminary Considerations, 70-95, 280-300, 323-63, 380-94.

*Hodge, Charles.  “The Knowledge of God.”  In Systematic Theology, 1:335-65.  1871.  Reprint.  London: James Clarke and Company, 1960.

Nash, Ronald H.  “Gordon Clark’s Theory of Knowledge.”  In The Philosophy of Gordon H. Clark: A Festschrift, edited by Ronald H. Nash, 125-75.  Philadelphia: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1968.

Nash, Ronald H.  “Intellection, Man’s Knowledge of the Forms.”  In The Light of the Mind: St. Augustine’s Theory of Knowledge, 76-93.  Lexington, Kentucky: University Press of Kentucky, 1969.

*Nash, Ronald H.  The Word of God and the Mind of Man: The Crisis of Revealed Truth in Contemporary Theology.  Phillipsburg, N. J.: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1992.

Reymond, Robert L.  “The Need for a Rational Theology.”  In Preach the Word!: A Preaching Ministry Approved unto God, 16-35.  Edinburgh: Rutherford House Books, 1988.

Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge.  The Works of Benjamin B. Warfield.  1927-32.  Reprint.  Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1981.  Vol. 4, Studies in Tertullian and Augustine, first article of “Augustine’s Doctrine of Knowledge and Authority,” 135-77.

Young, William.  “The Validity of Religious Truth,” Christianity Today 9(1965): 712-14.

Apologetics

Clark, Gordon H.  “Apologetics.”  In Contemporary Evangelical Thought, edited by Carl F. H. Henry, 137-61.  New York: Harper and Brothers, 1957.

*Clark, Gordon H.  “Is Christianity a Religion?,” “Faith and Reason,” “Revelation and Morality.”  In Religion, Reason and Revelation, 1-110, 151-93.  Nutley, N. J.: Craig Press, 1978.

*Clark, Gordon H.  “Prolegomena and Apologetics.”  In Karl Barth’s Theological Method, 76-108.  Philadelphia: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1963.

Clark, Gordon H.  Lectures 1-2 of “The Wheaton Lectures.”  In The Philosophy of Gordon H. Clark: A Festschrift, edited by Ronald H. Nash, 25-92.  Philadelphia: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1968.  Reprinted in Gordon H. Clark, An Introduction to Christian Philosophy, 23-92.  Jefferson, Maryland: Trinity Foundation, 1993.

Dooyeweerd, Herman.  “The Pretended Autonomy of Philosophical Thought I and II.”  In In the Twilight of Western Thought, 1-60.  Nutley, N. J.: Craig Press, 1975.

Duncan, John.  “Prefatory Note,” “Philosophical Scepticism and Theology,” “Natural Theology, the Philosophy of Theism, etc.,” “The Supernatural: Historical Evidence,” “Reason in God.”  In Colloquia Peripatetica, ed. William Knight, xi-xvii, 1-3, 62-70, 78-80, 157.  Fifth ed., enlarged.  Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1879.

Groen van Prinsterer, Guillaume.  Lectures VIII-IX (“Unbelief”) of Groen Van Prinsterer’s Lectures on Unbelief and Revolution, marginal pagination 180-223.  Edited by Harry van Dyke.  Jordan Station, Ontario: Wedge Publishing Foundation, 1989.

Helm, Paul.  “Understanding Scholarly Presuppositions: A Crucial Tool For Research?”  Tyndale Bulletin 44(1994):143-54. [off-campus students need to authenticate]

Machen, J. Gresham.  “Christianity and Culture.”  In Education, Christianity, and the State, 45-59.  Jefferson, Maryland: Trinity Foundation, 1987.  Reprinted from The Princeton Theological Review 11(1913):1-15.

*Nash, Ronald H.  Faith and Reason: Searching for a Rational Faith, 11-66.  Grand
Rapids: Zondervan Publishing House, 1988.

*Young, William.  “Herman Dooyeweerd.” In Creative Minds in Contemporary Theology, edited by Philip Edgcumbe Hughes, 270-305.  Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1966.

*Young, William.  “Theory and Theology.”  Unpublished lecture.

Apologetics and Evidence

Chalmers, Thomas.  The Works of Thomas Chalmers.  Glasgow: William Collins, 1835-42.  Paragraphs 11-22 of “On the Moral Evidence For the Truth of the New Testament,” and paragraphs 34-54 of “On the Experimental Evidence For the Truth of Christianity.”

Cunningham, William.  The Reformers and the Theology of the Reformation, “The Reformers and the Doctrine of Assurance,” 114-17.  1862.  Reprint.  London: Banner of Truth Trust, 1967.

*Cunningham, William.  Theological Lectures, 307-19.  London: James Nisbet and Company, 1878.

Helm, Paul.  “Certainty.”  In The Divine Revelation, 71-88.  London: Marshall, Morgan and Scott, 1982.

*Helm, Paul.  “Faith, Evidence, and the Scriptures.”  In Scripture and Truth, edited by D. A. Carson and John D. Woodbridge, 303-20.  1983.  Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1992.

*Hodge, Charles.  “The internal evidence of the Divine origin of the Scriptures,” “The internal evidence of the Divine origin is the proper ground of faith in the Scriptures.”  In The Way of Life, 11-25.  London: Banner of Truth Trust, 1959.

Murray, John.  Review of Our Knowledge of God, by John Baillie.  In Collected Writings of John Murray, 3:295-300.  Edinburgh: Banner of Truth Trust, 1976-82.

*Nash, Ronald H.  Faith and Reason: Searching for a Rational Faith, 67-102.  Grand Rapids: Zondervan Publishing House, 1988.

Owen, John.  The Works of John Owen, “The Reason of Faith,” 4:82-91.  Edited by William H. Goold.  1850-53.  Reprint.  London: Banner of Truth Trust, 1965-68.

Plantinga, Alvin.  “Is Belief in God Properly Basic?” (part IV of “Reason and Belief in God”).  In Faith and Rationality: Reason and Belief in God, edited by Alvin Plantinga and Nicholas Wolterstorff, 73-93.  Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1983.

*Warfield, Benjamin B.  “Introduction to Francis R. Beattie’s Apologetics,” “A Review of Herman Bavinck’s De Zekerheid des Geloofs.”  In Selected Shorter Writings of Benjamin B. Warfield, 2:93-123.  Phillipsburg, N. J.: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1970-73.

Westminster Confession of Faith I.i and v; Larger Catechism 4.

Philosophical Theology

Butler, Joseph.  Part I, chapters 2, 3, and 7, and part II, chapters 3 and 8, of The Analogy of Religion To the Constitution and Course of Nature.  In The Works of Joseph Butler, ed. W. E. Gladstone, 1:47-94, 160-76, 221-42.  Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1896.

Chalmers, Thomas.  Posthumous Works of Thomas Chalmers.  Edinburgh: Sutherland and Knox, 1847-49.  “General Application of Our Views on the Evidences of Natural and Revealed Religion.”  In vol. 7, Institutes of Theology, 255-76.  Vol. 9, Prelections on Butler’s Analogy, “Lectures on Butler’s Analogy,” 1-9, 15-24, 41-45, 54-58, 71-74.

Charnock, Stephen.  “The Existence of God.”  In The Complete Works of Stephen Charnock, 1:126-82.  Edinburgh: James Nichol, 1864-66.

*Edwards, Jonathan.  “The insufficiency of reason as a substitute for revelation,” “On the medium of moral government – particularly conversation” (part I, chapters VII and VIII of “Miscellaneous Observations On Important Theological Subjects”).  In The Works of Jonathan Edwards, 2:479-90.  Edited by Edward Hickman.  1834.  Reprint.  Edinburgh: Banner of Truth Trust, 1974.

*Nash, Ronald H.  Faith and Reason: Searching for a Rational Faith, 105-74.  Grand Rapids: Zondervan Publishing House, 1988.

Turretin, Francis.  “Can the existence of God be irrefutably demonstrated against atheists?”  “Are there any atheists properly so called?”  In Institutes of Elenctic Theology, 1:169-80.  Translated by George Musgrave Giger.  Phillipsburg, N. J.: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1992-.

*Young, William.  “Theory and Theism.”  In Foundations of Theory, 101-18.  Nutley, N. J.: Craig Press, 1967.

The Westminster Confession of Faith

Machen, J. Gresham.  “The Creeds and Doctrinal Advance.”  In God Transcendent, 144-53.  Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1949.

*Murray, John.  “The Theology of the Westminster Confession of Faith.”  In Collected Writings of John Murray,  4:241-63.  Edinburgh: Banner of Truth Trust, 1976-82.

*Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge.  The Works of Benjamin B. Warfield.  1927-32.  Reprint.  Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1981.  Vol. 6, The Westminster Assembly and Its Work, “The Westminster Assembly and Its Work,” “The Making of the Westminster Confession, and Especially of Its Chapter On the Decree of God,” 3-122.

Reference Sources

Cameron, Nigel M. de S., editor.  Dictionary of Scottish Church History and Theology.  Edinburgh: T. and T. Clark, 1993.

Muller, Richard A.  Dictionary of Latin and Greek Terms, Drawn Principally from Protestant Scholastic Theology.  Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1985.

*Ferguson, Sinclair B., Wright, David F., and Packer, J. I., editors.  New Dictionary of Theology.  Downers Grove, Illinois: InterVarsity Press, 1988.

*Shaw, Robert.  Exposition of the Westminster Confession of Faith.  1845.  Reprint.  The Reformed Faith: An Exposition of the Westminster Confession of Faith.  Inverness: Christian Focus Publications, 1974.