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Table of Contents for Volume VII (1853 - 1854)
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The Southern Presbyterian Review – Volume VII, 1853 - 1854.
ARTICLE 
Volume VII.—NO. 1., July 1853.
PAGE
I.
Paley’s Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell
1
II.
Orthodoxy in New England, by E.P. Rogers
52
III.
The Necessity and Importance of Controversy, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth  
60
IV.
The Philosophy of Life, by Anonymous 
74
V.
The Relation of Justice to Benevolence in Conduct of Society, by the Rev. S.J. Cassells
85
VI.
The Secondary and Collateral Influences of the Bible, by the Rev. George Howe 
103
VII.
The Final Destiny of the Globe, by the Rev. E.F. Rockwell
127
VIII.
Correspondence    
150
IX.
Critical Notices   
154
 
Volume VII.—NO. 2., October 1853.
 
I.
The Reformation in England, by the Rev. John H. Bocock 
161
II.
Action and Reaction of Mind and Body, as affecting Insanity, by James McFadden Gaston, M.D.   
185
III.
Who are Members of the Visible Church?, by John G. Shepperson 
209
IV.
The Sufficiency of the Scriptures:  Rationalism and Traditionalism, by the Rev. Thomas E. Peck
240
V.
Address to the Society of Alumni of Union Theological Seminary, Va., on the Simplicity of Pulpit Style, by the Rev. Robert L. Dabney 
263
VI.
The Province of Reason, especially in Matters of Religion, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth
274
VII.
Critical Notices 
293
 
Volume VII.—NO. 3., January 1854.
 
I.
Responsibility for Opinions, by the Rev. John B. Adger 
301
II.

The Bible and Not Reason, the Only Certain and Authoritative Source of Our Knowledge, Even of the Existence of God, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth 

325
III.
The Obstacles to Ministerial Piety, by E.P. Rogers
347
IV.
The Primitive State, Character and Happiness of Man, by the Rev. Samuel C. Pharr 
365
V.
The Bible, by D.H. Hill
374
VI.
Consolation, by the Rev. Andrew F. Dickson
390
VII.
Public Instruction in South Carolina, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell 
403
VIII.
Critical Notices
447
 
Volume VII.—NO. 4., April 1854.
 
I.
The Bible, not Reason, the Only Authoritative Source and Stand of Knowledge of the Nature of God, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth
461
II.
Report on Collegiate Education, by the Hon. A. Bowie
484
III.
Notice of the Dead Sea, by Anonymous 
505
IV.
The Unity of the Church, by the Rev. John G. Shepperson
523
V.
The Metaphysical and Scriptural Argument for the State, between Death and Resurrection, by the Rev. Thomas Curtis
547
VI.
Historical Sketch of the Weekly Sabbath, by the Rev. Enoch Pond
575
VII.
Critical Notices
593