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Table of Contents for Volume VIII (1854 - 1855)
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The Southern Presbyterian Review – Volume VIII:  1854-55.
ARTICLE 
Volume VIII.—NO. 1., July 1854.
PAGE
I.

Report of a Conference by the Presbytery of Charleston, on the subject of “The Organization, Instruction and Discipline of the Coloured People,” by Anonymous

1
II.
The Unjust Steward, by the Rev. J.A. Stanfield
18
III.
Religion and Mathematics, by Prof. D.H. Hill
27
IV.

On the Trinity—The Objections of Unreasonableness, Contradiction, and the Human Origin Of the word Trinity, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth, D.D.

54
V.
The Poetical Element of the Bible, by the Rev. Joseph M. Atkinson
91
VI.
The Authority of Ecclesiastical Rulers, by the Rev. John G. Shepperson
112
VII.
134
  Necrology—Biographical Sketch of Major John James, by J.R. Witherspoon, M.D.
141
VIII.
Critical Notices
150
 
Volume VIII.—NO. 2., October 1854.
 
I.
The Doctrine of the Trinity, Not Theoretical or Speculative, but Practical in its Nature, and Fundamental in its Importance, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth 
153
II.
The Living Baptized for the Dead, by the Rev. J.H. Fowles  
181
III.
The Phases of Society, by Anonymous 
193
IV.
The Lunar World, by Prof. Daniel Kirkwood   
218
V.
The Authority of Ecclesiastical Rulers, by the Rev. John G. Shepperson
231
VI.
Eloquence, by the Hon. H.V. Johnson
261
VII.
Duties of Masters, by the Rev. R.S. Breck
266
VIII.
The Life of Archibald Alexander, D.D., by the Rev. Dr. S.K. Talmadge, D.D.  
283
IX.
Critical Notices
300
 
Volume VIII.—NO. 3., January 1855.
 
I.
Objections to the Doctrine of the Trinity from the Unity of God, as taught in Scripture, answered, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth, D.D. 
305
II.
The Psalter of the Virgin Mary, by the Rev. Elias Riggs, D.D. (Smyrna) 
328
III.
The Power of Moral Habit, as it affects the power of Faith, by the Rev. W.E. Scott 
335
IV.
The Romish Controversy, its present aspect, and the duty of the Church with reference to it, by the Rev. A.B. Van Zandt, D.D. 
355
V.
God’s Rest, our Rest, by the Rev. A.F. Dickson        
382
VI.
Early History of Presbyterianism in South Carolina, by the Rev. George Howe, D.D.
393
VII.
The General Assembly of 1854, by the Rev. Stuart Robinson, D.D. 
411
VIII.
Critical Notices 
454
 
Volume VIII.—NO. 4., April 1855.
 
I.
The Divinity of Christ, by the Rev. J.M. Walker
461
II.
International Copy-Right Law, by the Rev. S.C. Pharr, D.D.
489
III.
The Early Conversion of Children, by Prof. E.F. Rockwell 
497
IV.
Bledsoe’s Theodicy, by the Rev. John H. Bocock
516
V.
On Elohim as a Title of God, and as Implying a Plurality in the Godhead, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth, D.D.   
545
VI.
The Nature and Origin of the Pagan Doctrine of Triads, or a Trinity, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth
560
VII.
Ambition Rebuked, or Self-abasement and Self-denial the necessary conditions of Greatness In Christ’s Kingdom, by the Rev. John C. Young, D.D. 
580
VIII.
Critical Notices
598