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The Southern Presbyterian Review – Volume XXXIV, 1883.
ARTICLE 
Volume XXXIV.—NO. 1., January 1883.
PAGE
I.  
What is Inductive Demonstration?, by the Rev. Dr. R.L. Dabney, Professor in Union T.S., Va.   
1
II. 
The Bible a Divine Revelation, by the Rev. J.A. Quarles, D.D., Lexington, Mo.
30
III. 
The Lord’s Day, and Not the Jewish Sabbath, by the late Rev. John Beveridge      
54
IV.  
The Evangelist and Church Work, by the Rev. Herbert H. Hawes, Farmville, Va.
96
V.  

The Foreign Evangelist, as Viewed by One in the Foreign Field, by the Rev. John Boyle, Mogy Mirim, Brazil

106
VI.
A Personal God the Postulate of Reason; Faith the Principle of Knowledge, by the Rev. J.V. Logan, D.D., Richmond, Ky. 
168
VII.  
An Inquiry into the Aggressiveness of Presbyterianism, by Anonymous
196
VIII. 
Recent Publications 
224
 
Volume XXXIV.—NO. 2., April 1883.
 
I.    

The Foreign Evangelist, as Viewed by One in the Foreign Field, by the Rev. John Boyle, Mogy Mirim, Brazil 

235
II.
The Jurisdiction of the Evangelist, by the Rev. J.A. Lefevre, D.D., Baltimore, Md. 
277
III. 
Fraternal Relations, by the Rev. B.M. Palmer, D.D., LL.D., New Orleans, La. 
306
IV.   
The Church’s Method of Conducting the Foreign Missionary Work, by the Rev. J. Leighton Wilson, D.D., Baltimore, Md.      
331
V.
A Thoroughly Educated Ministry, by the Rev. John B. Adger 
342
VI.
Political Religion, by the Rev. James A. Waddell, Talleysville, Va. 
371
VII. 
Dr. Edwin A. Abbott on the Genuineness of Second Peter, by the Rev. Benj. B. Warfield, D.D., Professor in Allegheny Theological Seminary, Pa.   
390
VIII. 
Recent Publications
445
 
Volume XXXIV.—NO. 3., July 1883.
 
I.
The Council of Apostles and Presbyters at Jerusalem, by the Rev. S.L. Morris, Trenton, S.C.
455
II. 
The Nature of Physical Causes and Their Induction, by the Rev. R.L. Dabney, D.D.  
484
III. 
God’s Covenant with Man, by the Rev. K.M. McIntyre, Bridge’s Creek, N.C.  
521
IV.
The Vital Connexion between Revelation and Sound Learning, by the Rev. H.M. White, D.D., Winchester, Va.    
540
V.   
The Regal Character of Christ, by the Rev. E.P. Davis, Bold Branch, S.C.  
560
VI.  
The Mysteries of the Book of Esther, by Rabbi J.L. Leucht, New Orleans, La.   
588
VII. 
Recent Publications 
605
 
Volume XXXIV.—NO. 4., October 1883.
 
I. 
The Article Entitled “A Thoroughly Educated Ministry” Examined, by the Author of “An Inquiry into the Aggressiveness of Presbyterianism,” 
615
II.   
The New Testament Plan of Educating Candidates for the Christian Ministry, by the Rev. R.R. Howison, Richmond, Va. 
651
III. 
Marriage with a Deceased Wife’s Sister, by the Rev. F. Jacobs, D.D., James Island, S.C.
683
IV.
The Metaphysical and Theological Applications of Induction and Analogy, by the Rev. R.L. Dabney, D.D., LL.D., Austin, Texas 
703
V.
The Light of Asia, and Buddhism, by Prof. J.T.L. Preston, LL.D., Lexington, Va. 
745
VI.
“The Lord’s Day and Not the Jewish Sabbath” Reviewed, by the Rev. James Stacy, D.D., Newnan, Ga.
761
VII.   
The General Assembly of 1883, by the Rev. J.W. Flinn, New Orleans, La.
787
VIII. 
Recent Publications 
819