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Table of Contents for Volume XXXVI (1885)
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The Southern Presbyterian Review – Volume 36:  1885
ARTICLE 
Volume XXXVI.—NO. 1, January 1885.
PAGE
I.
Professor Woodrow’s Speech before the Synod of South Carolina  
1
II.
The Scotch Covenanters, by the Rev. E.O. Frierson, Norfolk, Va. 
66
III.
The Southern Presbyterian Church and the Freedmen, by the Rev. R.C. Reed, Smithville, Va.  
83
IV.
The “Six Days”, by the Rev. John Miller, Princeton, N.J. 
108
V.
Our Foreign Missionary Policy, by the Rev. Abner C. Hopkins, D.D., Charlestown, W.Va. 
116
VI.
The Attention the Bible has Received, by the Rev. Prof. J. Boyce, D.D., Theological Seminary, Due West, S.C.
128
VII.
The Self-Evidencing Light of the Bible, by the Rev. A.R. Cocke, Austin, Texas 
142
VIII.
Co-operation in the Foreign Mission Field, by the Rev. M.H. Houston, D.D., Baltimore, Md. 
157
IX. 
Recent Publications
169
 
Volume XXXVI.—NO. 2, April 1885.
 
I.
Modern Homiletics, by Anonymous
179
II.
Hydrophilism, by the Rev. James A. Waddell 
218
III.
The Foreign Evangelist Again, as Viewed by One in the Foreign Field, by the Rev. John Boyle
237
IV.
Evolution and Theology, by the Rev. J. William Flinn
268
V.
Religious Education of the Colored People of the South, by Col. J.T.L. Preston
305
VI.
“Am I Free?” Considered, by the Rev. A.R. Cocke
323
VII.
The Third Revision of the Directory of Worship, by the Revs. J.B. Adger, J.L. Girardeau and W.E. Boggs
343
VIII.
Recent Publications
367
 
Volume XXXVI.—NO. 3, July 1885.
 
I.
A Calm and Candid Review of Some Speeches on Evolution, by the Rev. Dr. John B. Adger
377
II.
The Founder of Congregationalism, by the Rev. Maurice G. Hansen, M.A. 
401
III.
The Perkins Professor’s Case Viewed in the Light of Law and Equity, by the Rev. Dr. Eugene Daniel
423
IV.
The General Assembly, by Anonymous
466
V.
Natural Law in the Spiritual World, by the Rev. Dr. J.M. Atkinson
496
VI.
Evolution and Theology, Part II, by the Rev. J. William Flinn
507
VII.
Recent Publications 
590
 
Volume XXXVI—NO. 4, October 1885.
 
I.
A True Conservatism, by the Rev. James A. Waddell, D.D.
601
II.
A Short Essay Toward the Improvement of Psalmody, by Dr. Isaac Watts
618
III.
The Foreign Evangelist Again, as Viewed by One in the Foreign Field, Part II, by the Rev. John Boyle
649
IV.
The Exodus of the Children of Israel from Egypt and Their Sojourn in the Wilderness Forty Years, by the Rev. J. Boyce, D.D. 
681
V.
The Influence of the Invisible Church Upon the Visible Church in the Formulation of  Her Creed, by the Rev. Prof. J.F. Latimer, Ph.D., D.D. 
694
VI.
Harbingers of the Reformation, by the Rev. J.B. Adger, D.D.
711
VII.
Hansen’s “Reformed Church in the Netherlands,” by the Rev. W.S. Bean
727
VIII.
Our Church and Her Work Amongst the Negroes, by the Rev. D.C. Rankin
742
IX.
The Education of the Judgment.  From “Modern Culture,” by the late Professor Faraday
759
X.
Calvin’s Doctrine of the Lord’s Supper, by the Rev. John B. Adger, D.D. 
785
XI. 
Recent Publications
801