Reformed Beliefs V



Reformed Beliefs V continues our Online Christian Library with links to the writings of Reformed writers mostly from the 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries, including such genres ascAnglican, Dutch Reformed, Presbyterian, and Christian Reformed, and including such writers as Henry Valentine, Marguerite de Valois, Queen of Navarre, and Henry Van Dyke.


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1               Noah's Dove: or, A Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem. Delivered in a Sermon at Paul's Cross, on December 31, 1626. By H. Valentine, Master of Arts, and Lecturer at Saint Donstans in the West, London. (1627)

 


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1               Memoirs of Marguerite de Valois; Queen of Navarre, Written by Herself. (1800) (Author:         Marguerite, Queen, consort of Henry IV, King of France, 1553-1615 Subject: France -- History Henry IV, 1589-1610)

 




Van Der Kemp, Johannes (Dutch Reformed) (1664-1718)

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1               The Christian Entirely the Property of Christ, in Life and Death: Exhibited in Fifty-Three Sermons on the Heidelberg Catechism. Wherein the Doctrine of Faith, Received in the Reformed Church, is Defended against the Principal Opponents, and the Practical Improvement and Direction of it to Evangelical Piety, Enforced. By the Rev. John Vanderkemp, Late Minister of the Gospel in the Church of Dirksland, Holland. Translated from the Dutch by the Rev. John M. Van Harlingen. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1810)

2               The Christian Entirely the Property of Christ, in Life and Death: Exhibited in Fifty-Three Sermons on the Heidelberg Catechism. Wherein the Doctrine of Faith, Received in the Reformed Church, is Defended against the Principal Opponents, and the Practical Improvement and Direction of it to Evangelical Piety, Enforced. By the Rev. John Vanderkemp, Late Minister of the Gospel in the Church of Dirksland, Holland. Translated from the Dutch by the Rev. John M. Van Harlingen. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1810)

 


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1               Life and Character of J. H. Van Der Palm, D.D., Professor of Oriental Languages and Antiquities;               also of Sacred Poetry and Eloquence in the University of Leyden. Sketched by Nicolaas Beets,           D.D. Translated from the Dutch by J. P. Westervelt. (1865) (Author: Hildebrand, 1814-1903;   Westervelt, John P., 1816-1879 Subject: Palm, Johannes Henricus van der, 1768-1840)

 


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1               A Suggestive Commentary on Saint John with Critical and Homiletical Notes. In Two Volumes.                  Volume 1 (1872)

2               A Suggestive Commentary on Saint Luke: With Critical and Homiletical Notes. By W. H. Van       Doren, D.D. Edited by Rev. Professor James Kernahan, London. In Two Volumes. Volume 1         (1881) (Author: Van Doren, W. H. (William Howard), 1810-1882; Kernahan, James, ed)

3               A Suggestive Commentary on Saint Luke: With Critical and Homiletical Notes. By W. H. Van       Doren, D.D. Edited by Rev. Professor James Kernahan, London. In Two Volumes. Volume 2         (1881) (Author: Van Doren, W. H. (William Howard), 1810-1882; Kernahan, James, ed)

4               A Suggestive Commentary on St Paul's Epistle to the Romans, with Critical and Homiletical       Notes. By Rev. Thomas Robinson, D.D. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1871)

5               A Suggestive Commentary on St Paul's Epistle to the Romans, with Critical and Homiletical       Notes. By Rev. Thomas Robinson, D.D. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1871)

 



Van Dyke, Henry Jackson (Presbyterian) (1822-1891)

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1               Antidote to Rev. H. J. Van Dyke's Pro-Slavery Discourse, by Rev. Wm. H. Boole. Delivered in the M. E. Church, Mount Vernon, New York, on Sunday, January 13, 1861. (1861) (Author: Boole, William H)

2               Henry Jackson Van Dyke. (1892) (Author: Van Dyke, Henry, 1852-1933; Subject: Van Dyke, Henry J. (Henry Jackson), 1822-1891; Presbyterian Church) (I. Life and Character. II. Three Sermons. III. Congregational Meeting. IV. Memorial Services. V. Additional Tributes.)

3               Moses, the Servant of the Lord. A Sermon Preached in the First Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, New York on Sabbath, August 15, 1858. (1858)

4               Reply to Professor Tayler Lewis' Review of Rev. Henry J. Van Dyke's Sermon on Biblical Slavery; also, to his other Articles on the same Subject Published in "The World." By J. Holmes Agnew. (1861) (Author: Agnew, John Holmes. [from old catalog] Subject: Lewis, Tayler, 1802-1877; Van Dyke, Henry Jackson, 1822-1891.)

5               Review of Rev. Henry J. Van Dyke's Discourse on "The Character and Influence of Abolitionism," A Sermon Preached in the Third Reformed Presbyterian Church, Twenty-Third Street, New York, on Sabbath Evening, December 23, 1860, By Rev. J. R. W. Sloane, Pastor. Also, by special request, in the Church of the Puritans (Rev. Dr. Cheever's), on Sabbath Evening, January 6, 1861. (1861) (Author: Sloane, J. R. W. (James Renwick Wilson), 1823-1886)

6               The Character and Influence of Abolitionism: Sermon Preached in the First Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn, New York, on Sunday Evening, December 9, 1860, by Reverend Henry J. Van Dyke. (1860)

7               The Church: Her Ministry and Sacraments. Lectures Delivered on the L. P. Stone Foundation at Princeton Theological Seminary in 1890. (1890)

8               The Gospel for an Age of Doubt; The Yale Lectures on Preaching; 1896. By Henry Van Dyke, D.D. (Princeton, Harvard, Yale) Pastor of the Brick Church in New York. (1896) (Author: Van Dyke, Henry, 1852-1933)

9               The Interest in Slavery of the Southern Non-Slaveholder. The Right of Peaceful Secession. Slavery in the Bible. (1860) (Author: De Bow, J. D. B. (James Dunwoody Brownson), 1820-1867; Van Dyke, Henry J. (Henry Jackson), 1822-1891. Character and influence of abolitionism)

10            The Spirituality and Independence of the Church. A Speech Delivered in the Synod of New York, October 18, 1864. By Henry J. Van Dyke, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn. (1864)

 


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1               An Inquiry into the General Principles of Scripture Interpretation: In Eight Sermons Preached before the University of Oxford, in the Year 1814, at the Lecture Founded by the Late Rev. John Bampton, M.A. Canon of Salisbury. (1815)

2               Sermons Preached before the Honorable Society of Lincoln’s Inn: From the Year 1812 to the Year 1819. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1831)

3               Sermons Preached before the Honorable Society of Lincoln’s Inn: From the Year 1812 to the Year 1819. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1831)

 


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1               Christian Dogmatics: A Text-Book for Academic Instruction and Private Study. By J. J. Van            Oosterzee, D.D., Professor of Theology in the University of Ultrecht. Translated from the Dutch       by John Watson Watson, B.A., Vicar of Newburgh, Lancashire; and Maurice J. Evans, B.A.,           Stratford-Upon-Avon. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1874) (Author: Oosterzee, Johannes Jacobus      van, 1817-1882; Watson, John Watson, d. 1889; Evans, Maurice J)

2               Christian Dogmatics: A Text-Book for Academic Instruction and Private Study. By J. J. Van            Oosterzee, D.D., Professor of Theology in the University of Ultrecht. Translated from the Dutch       by John Watson Watson, B.A., Vicar of Newburgh, Lancashire; and Maurice J. Evans, B.A.,           Stratford-Upon-Avon. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1874) (Author: Oosterzee, Johannes Jacobus      van, 1817-1882; Watson, John Watson, d. 1889; Evans, Maurice J)

3               John's Gospel: Apologetical Lectures. By J. J. Van Oosterzee, D.D., Professor of Theology in the                 University of Utrecht. Translated, with Additions, by J. F. Hurst, D.D. (1869) (Author: Oosterzee,       J. J. van; Hurst, J. F. (John Fletcher), 1834-1903)

4               Moses: A Biblical Study. Translated from the Dutch by James Kennedy, B.D. (1876)

5               Theological and Philosophical Library: A Series of Text-Books, Original and Translated, for         Colleges and Universities. Edited by Henry B. Smith, D.D., and Philip Schaff, D.D., Professors in      the Union Theological Seminary, New York. Van Oosterzee's Practical Theology. (1878)

6               The Epistle General of James. By J. P. Lange, D.D., Professor of Theology in the University of      Bonn, and J. J. Van Oosterzee, D.D., Professor of Theology in the University of Ultrecht.            Translated from the Second Revised German Edition, with Additions Original and Selected, by J.             Isidor Mombert, D.D., Rector of St. James's Church, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. (1867) (Author:           Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884; Oosterzee, J. J. van; Mombert, Jacob Isidor, 1829-1913, tr)

7               The Gospel According to Luke. By J. J. Van Oosterzee, D.D., Professor of Theology in the                 University of Ultrecht. Translated from the Second German Edition, with Additions Original and        Selected, by Philip Schaff, D.D., and Rev. Charles C. Starbuck. (1872) (Author: Oosterzee, J. J.             van; Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893; Starbuck, Charles C)

8               The Image of Christ as Presented in Scripture: An Inquiry Concerning the Person and Work of the Redeemer. Translated from the Dutch by Maurice J. Evans, B.A. (1878)

9               The Theology of the New Testament. A Handbook for Bible Students. Translated from the Dutch, by Maurice J. Evans, B.A., Translator of Dr. Hoffmanns' "Prophecies of Our Lord and His Apostles." (1871) (Author: Oosterzee, Johannes Jacobus van, 1817-1882; Evans, Maurice J., tr)

10            The Year of Salvation. Words for Life for Every Day. A Book of Household Devotion. The Festival Portion of the Year. Translated by C. Spence. (microfilm) (1875)

 


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1               A Discussion on Slaveholding. Three Letters to a Conservative, by George D. Armstrong, D.D., of Virginia, and Three Conservative Replies, by C. Van Rensselaer, D.D., of New Jersey. I. On the Scriptural Doctrine of Slaveholding. II. On Emancipation and the Church. III. On the Historical Argument for Slaveholding. Together with Two Rejoinders, on Slaveholding, Schemes of Emancipation, Colonization, Etc. (1858) (Author: Armstrong, George D. (George Dodd), 1813-1899; Van Rensselaer, Cortlandt, 1808-1860)

2               A Historical Discourse on the Occasion of the Centennial Celebration of the Battle of Lake George, 1755. Delivered at the Court-House, Caldwell, New York, September 8, 1855. With Notes and a Map. (1856) (Subject: Lake George, Battle of, N.Y., 1755)

3               A History of the Presbyterian Church in America, From its Origin until the Year 1760. With Biographical Sketches of its Early Ministers. By the Rev. Richard Webster, Late Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania. With a Memorial of the Author, by the Rev. C. Van Rensselaer, D. D. and a Historical Introduction, by the Rev. William Blackwood, D. D. (1857) (Author: Webster, Richard, 1811-1856; Van Rensselaer, Cortlandt, 1808-1860)

4               Addresses at the Memorial Service in Marquand Chapel, Princeton University, June 10, 1902. (1902) (Subject: Taylor, George Yardley, 1862-1900; Hodge, Cortlandt Van Rensselaer, 1872-1900) (A Memorial Service was held in Marquand Chapel of Princeton University at 10 A.M., June 10, 1902, on the occasion of the unveiling of a tablet in that building, the gift of the classes of 1882 and 1893, in memory of George Yardley Taylor, Class of 1882, and of Cortlandt Van Rensselaer Hodge, Class of 1893, medical missionaries of the Presbyterian Church, who suffered death at the hands of a mob of "Boxers" while at their post of duty at Paotingfu, China, on the thirteenth day of June, A. D. 1900.)

5               Annual Report of the Board of Education of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. To the General Assembly. Presented May, 1847. (1847)

6               Funeral Sermon, Delivered in the Presbyterian Church, Washington D. C., on the Sabbath after the Decease of William Henry Harrison, the Late President of the United States, in the presence of  President Tyler and Members of the Cabinet. (1841)

7               Memorial of Cortlandt Van Rensselaer. By Charles Hodge. (1860)

8               Miscellaneous Sermons, Essays, and Addresses, by the Rev. Cortlandt Van Rensselaer, D.D., Late         Corresponding Secretary of the Presbyterian Board of Education. Edited by his Son, c. Van   Rensselaer. (1861) (Plain hints to new school theologians.--Eulogy on Daniel Webster.--Historical        discourse at the centennial celebration of the Battle of Lake George.--The advantages of              colleges.--Signals from the Atlantic cable.--Presbyterian views on slaveholding.--Emancipation    and the church.--Historical argument for slavery.--Proper statement of the scriptural doctrine of           slavery.--Emancipation and the church, schemes of emancipation, African colonization, etc.--The            American Bible Society.--Funeral sermon upon the death of Bishop Doane.--Capture of                   Ticonderoga.)

9               New Jersey's Tribute in Massachusetts. A Eulogy Pronounced on Daniel Webster, before the   Citizens of Burlington, New Jersey, at the Lyceum, on November 4th, 1852. By Cortlandt Van                   Rensselaer, a Minister of the Presbyterian Church, and an Elector in Burlington Township. With             an Appendix, Containing the Funeral Ceremonies at Marshfield, Etc. (1852) (Subject: Webster,       Daniel, 1782-1852)

10            The Fight, Faith, and Crown: A Discourse on the Death of Stephen Grellet, with a Sketch of his Life and Labors. Delivered December 16, 1855. (1856) (Subject: Grellet, Stephen, 1773-1855)

11            The Presbyterian Magazine. Volume 1 (1851)

12            The Presbyterian Magazine. Volume 2 (1852)

13            The Presbyterian Magazine. Volume 3 (1853)

14            The Presbyterian Magazine. Volume 4 (1854)

15            The Presbyterian Magazine. Volume 5 (1855)

16            The Presbyterian Magazine. Volume 6 (1856)

17            The Presbyterian Magazine. Volume 7 (1857)

18            The Presbyterian Magazine. Volume 8 (1858)

19            The Presbyterian Magazine. Volume 10 (1860)

20            The Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church at Princeton, New Jersey. (1844)

 



Vaughan, Clement Read (1827-1911)

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1               Discussions of Robert Lewis Dabney, D.D., LL.D. Recently Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Texas, and for many Years Professor of Theology in Union Theological Seminary in Virginia. Edited by C. R. Vaughan, D.D. Professor of Theology in Union Theological Seminary, Virginia. In Five Volumes. Volume 1 (1890) (Evangelical and Theological.) (Author: Dabney, Robert Lewis, 1820-1898; Vaughan, C. R. (Clement Read), 1827-1911) (Warfield called Dabney "the most conspicuous figure and the leading theological guide of the Southern Presbyterian Church, the most prolific theological writer that Church has as yet produced." These three volumes of articles and essays vindicate Warfield's statement. "This is not a book to be read and returned to the library shelf," states the well known Baptist minister Al Martin, "rather, as I have found to my own profit, it ought to be read, digested, and kept close at hand as a guide, companion and constant prod to us." Dr. Archibald Alexander called Dabney, "the best teacher of theology in the United States, if not the world." Freundt notes, "Dabney championed the doctrines of Calvinism and applied them consistently and practically to the great issues of his times)

2               Discussions of Robert Lewis Dabney, D.D., LL.D. Recently Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Texas, and for many Years Professor of Theology in Union Theological Seminary in Virginia. Edited by C. R. Vaughan, D.D. Professor of Theology in Union Theological Seminary, Virginia. In Five Volumes. Volume 2 (1891) (Evangelical.) (Author: Dabney, Robert Lewis, 1820-1898; Vaughan, C. R. (Clement Read), 1827-1911)

3               Discussions of Robert Lewis Dabney, D.D., LL.D. Recently Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Texas, and for many Years Professor of Theology in Union Theological Seminary in Virginia. Edited by C. R. Vaughan, D.D. Professor of Theology in Union Theological Seminary, Virginia. In Five Volumes. Volume 3 (1892) (Philosophical.) (Author: Dabney, Robert Lewis, 1820-1898; Vaughan, C. R. (Clement Read), 1827-1911)

4               Discussions of Robert Lewis Dabney, D.D., LL.D. Recently Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Texas, and for many Years Professor of Theology in Union Theological Seminary in Virginia. Edited by C. R. Vaughan, D.D. Professor of Theology in Union Theological Seminary, Virginia. In Five Volumes. Volume 4 (1897) (Secular.) (Author: Dabney, Robert Lewis, 1820-1898; Vaughan, C. R. (Clement Read), 1827-1911)

5               Miscellanies of Rev. Thomas E. Peck, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Theology in Union Theological Seminary in Virginia. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1895) (Author: Peck, Thomas E. (Thomas Ephraim), 1822-1893; Johnson, Thomas Cary, 1859-1936; Vaughan, C. R. (Clement Read), 1827-1911) (v. 1. Containing his more popular Writings and Lectures.)

6               Miscellanies of Rev. Thomas E. Peck, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Theology in Union Theological Seminary in Virginia. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1896) (Author: Peck, Thomas E. (Thomas Ephraim), 1822-1893; Johnson, Thomas Cary, 1859-1936; Vaughan, C. R. (Clement Read), 1827-1911) (v. 2. Containing Theological and Evangelical, Historical and Expository and Ecclesiological Writings.)

7               Miscellanies of Rev. Thomas E. Peck, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Theology in Union Theological Seminary in Virginia. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1897) (Author: Peck, Thomas E. (Thomas Ephraim), 1822-1893; Johnson, Thomas Cary, 1859-1936; Vaughan, C. R. (Clement Read), 1827-1911) (v. 3. Containing the notes on the Acts of the Apostles, and Briefs and Sermons, Selected and Arranged by Rev. T. C. Johnson, D.D. With biographical sketch of Dr. Peck by Rev. C. R. Vaughan, D. D.)

8               Sermons: Apologetic, Doctrinal, and Miscellaneous. (1902)

 


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1               Pioneering in Central Africa. (1903)

 


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1               The Godly Sayings of the Ancient Fathers upon the Holy Sacrament of the Body and Blood of Christ. Edited by the Rev. C. J. Daniel, M.A., Late Curate of South Hackney. (1846) (Author: Veron, Jean; Daniel, Charles John, ed)

 


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1               A Defense of the Preservative against Unitarianism: Including a Vindication of the Genuineness            of the Epistle to the Hebrews: in a Second Letter to Lant Carpenter, LL.D. Occasioned by his                Letters addressed to the Author, Entitled, "Unitarianism the Doctrine of the Gospel." By Daniel              Veysie, B.D., Rector of Plymtree, Devon, and Late Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford. (1810)

2               Of the Greek Prepositive Article, its Nature and Uses; a Grammatical Dissertation. By Daniel                    Veysie, B.D., Rector of Plymtree, Devon; and Late Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford. (1810)

3               Plain Lectures on the Book of Job, by the Rev. D. Veysie, Late Incumbent of Daventry. Edited by                his Widow. (1869)

4               The Doctrine of Atonement Illustrated and Defended, in Eight Sermons, Preached Before the University of Oxford in the Year 1795, at the Lecture Founded by the Late Rev. John Bampton, M.A., Canon of Salisbury. By Daniel Veysie, B.D., Fellow of Oriel College, and one of his Majesty's Preachers at Whitehall. (1795)

 


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1               The Synagogue and the Church, Being an Attempt to Show that the Government, Ministries, and Services of the Church Were Derived from those of the Synagogue. Condensed from the Original Latin Work of Vitringa. By Joshua L. Bernard, A.M., Curate of St. Mary's, Donnybrook. (1842) (Author: Vitringa, Campegius, 1659-1722; Bernard, Joshua, L. tr)

 


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1               Charis: English Verses. (1931)

2               Geerhardus Vos Life between Two Worlds.

3               Grace and Glory; Sermons Preached in the Chapel of Princeton Theological Seminary. (1922)

4               Jeremiah's Plaint and its Answer. (1928) (The Princeton Theological Review 26:481-495.)

5               The Inauguration of the Rev. Geerhardus Vos as Professor of Biblical Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary. (1894)

6               The Mosaic Origin of the Pentateuchal Codes. By Geerhardus Vos, Fellow of Princeton                  Theological Seminary. With an Introduction by Professor William Henry Green. ( 1886)

7               The Scriptural Doctrine of the Love of God. (1902) (The Presbyterian and Reformed Review 13:1-             37.)

8               The Teaching of Jesus Concerning the Kingdom of God and the Church. (1903)

9               Western Rhymes. (1933)

 


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