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The Presbyterian Quarterly

Published from 1887 to 1904, The Presbyterian Quarterly served as the successor to the Southern Presbyterian Review [1847-1885], and was effectually the Southern alternative to the Presbyterian Review of much the same era.
The Quarterly was initially published in Chester, South Carolina, with G.B. Strickler and E.H. Barnett serving as editors. The journal was later published out of Richmond, Virginia by Whittet & Shepperson and finally from Charlotte, North Carolina. Strickler remained associated with the publication throughout its course, though another, A.J. McKelway, assumed the lead editorial responsibilities in the final years of the magazine's life. While the articles published were predominately by Southern pastors and theologians, from time to time articles appeared from such northern notables as Benjamin B. Warfield, William Henry Green and A.H. Huizinga.

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1888: July and October;
1889:
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1890:
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1892:
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1894:
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1899:
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1900:
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The Presbyterian Quarterly
Author/Title Index, 1887 - 1904*

Compiled by Wayne Sparkman, Director of the PCA Historical Center, St. Louis, MO.
© 2003, PCA Historical Center. All Rights Reserved.
[*The July and October, 1903 issues were unavailable for inclusion in this index]

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Alexander, Henry Carrington [1835-1894]
Optimism and Pessimism, 3.1 (January 1889) 17-28 and 3.2 (April 1889) 179-197.
Side-Lights on the Correlation between Thoughts and Words, 8.3 (July 1894) 353-391.
The Doctrine of Inspiration, 5.2 (April 1891) 190-208.
The Doctrine of Inspiration as Affected by the Essential Relation Between Thought and Language, 7.2 (April 1893) 157-186.
The General Doctrine of Inspiration, 4.1 (January 1890) 36-47.

Alexander, Joseph H. [St. Charles, MO]
Who Was Melchizedek?, 1.3 (January 1888) 454-476.

Alexander, William Addison, D.D. [1857-1909]
A Fifty Years' Pastorate, 8.2 (April 1894) 276-284.
Latter-Day Judaism, 11.4 (October 1897) 503-522.
The Comings of Our Lord, 12.2 (April 1898) 187-214.
The General Assembly - New Orleans - 1898, 12.4 (October 1898) 571-608.
The Reunion of Christendom, 15.4 (October 1901) 487-499.

Alexander, William McFadden
[1861-1944]
Professor Johnson's History of the Southern Presbyterian Church, 8.4.598-607.
The Southern General Assembly, 1897, 11.3 (July 1897) 382-398.

Anderson, Neal Larkin [1865-1931]
The Montgomery Conference on Race Problems at the South, 14.4 (October 1900) 565-573.
The Recoil of Evolution's Assault Upon Teleology - A Review of the "Argument to Design," 13.2 (April 1899) 268-280.

Anderson, Robert Campbell, Jr. [1864-1955]
Calming Life's Storms [Homiletic Note on Jonah 1:12], 17.3 (January 1904) 424-426.

Anderson, William Madison [1862-1924]
Some Hints on Pastoral Visiting, 16.1 (July 1902) 100-103.

Anonymous
An Episode in Immersionist History, 10.3 (July 1896) 387-390.
Home Missions in Our Seminaries, 10.1 (January 1896) 98-101.
Mormonism and Citizenship, 17.3 (January 1904) 415-417.
Our Book of Praise, 10.1 (January 1896) 101-102.
Prayer Meetings, 3.2 (April 1889) 261-267, by "A Vieuzx"
Thanksgiving for Reverses [Homiletic Note on Romans 5:3], 17.3 (January 1904) 422-424.
The Cumberland General Assembly, 6.3 (July 1892) 447-448.
The Federal Synod of the Reformed Churches, 5.3 (July 1891) 448-451.
The Life and Theology of Jonathan Edwards, 15.2 (April 1901) 222-237.
The Northern General Assembly, 5.3 (July 1891) 430-448.
The Northern General Assembly, 6.3 (July 1892) 439-447.
The Northern General Assembly - Winona - 1898, 12.4 (October 1898) 609-617.
The Proposed Union of Churches, 17.4 (April 1904) 568-572.
The University Consolidation Movement, 17.4 (April 1904) 564-568.

Armstrong, George D. [1813-1899]
Creation as a Doctrine of Science, 1.1 (July 1887) 106-128.
Darwin and Darwinism, 3.3 (July 1889) 334-351.
Providence as a Doctrine of Science, 7.2 (April 1893) 206-222.
Scientific Study of Prayer, 6.2 (April 1892) 227-245.
The Deluge, 5.2 (April 1891) 209-228.
The Pentateuchal Story of Creation, 2.3 (October 1888) 345-368.
The Word of God vs. "The Bible of Modern Scientific Theology," 2.1 (April 1888) 39-58.

Armstrong, James D.
Organic Union: The Property Question, 3.1 (January 1889) 86-106.

Baird, Samuel John, D.D. [1817-1893]
The Fatherhood of God, 5.3 (July 1891) 350-362.
The Origin of the Visible Church, 6.2 (April 1892) 264-270.

Barbour, Lewis Green, D.D. [1829-1907]
Anselm, 9.3 (July 1895) 397-425.
Macbeth and the Bible, 14.1 (January 1900) 102-115.
Puzzling Questions, 15.4 (October 1901) 558-570.
St. John's Argument from Miracles, 5.1 (January 1891) 1-32.
The Dualism of Truth, 17.3 (January 1904) 325-338
The General Assembly of 1888 [Southern], 2.2 (July 1888) 286-306. [see also Barbour's note of correction in 2.3 (October 1888) 480.

Barksdale, Thomas E.
Exclusion of the Bible from the Public Schools, 2.2 (July 1888) 313-315.

Barret, Thomas Carr [1841-1916]
The Office of Ruling Elder, 10.1 (January 1896) 63-72.

Baskette, G.H. [Nashville, Tenn.]
Presbyterian Loyalty, 10.1 (January 1896) 91-93.

Beall, Benjamin Leander
[1827-1913]
Voluntary and Missionary Societies, 4.1 (January 1890) 56-73.

Bean, William Smith [1849-1920]
A Plea for Biblical Theology, 3.4 (October 1889)598-605.
Body, Soul and Spirit, 13.2 (April 1899) 244-252.
George Eliot, 7.2 (April 1893) 242-249.

Beattie, Francis Robert, Ph.D., D.D.
[1848-1906]
Christian Apologetics, 4.3 (July 1890) 337-369.
General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, 7.4 (October 1893) 607-611.
Genesis of the Westminster Assembly, 13.2 (April 1899) 189-205.
Primeval Man, 9.3 (July 1895) 351-371.
Some Salient Features of Presbyterian Doctrine, 13.4 (October 1899) 653-684.
The Egyptian Book of the Dead, 16.1 (July 1902) 30-44.
The Inauguration of Dr. Briggs, 5.2 (April 1891) 270-283.
The Place and Use of the Bible in the Public Schools of the United States, 17.4 (April 1904) 512-537.
The Toronto Council of the Alliance of the Reformed Churches Holding the Presbyterian System, 7.1 (January 1893) 108-120.

Beauchamp, J.H.
[Lexington, Ky.]
The Communion Wine Question, 7.1 (January 1893) 102-108.
Benn, Robert Lee, D.D. [1868-1939]
Doctrine and Life, 16.2 (October 1902) 218-224.

Bishop, George F., D.D. [Orange, N.J.]
The Creed-Principle in Religion, 15.1 (January 1901) 64-75.
Bishop, William Frost [1853-1913]
"In" versus "Into", 8.3 (July 1894) 434-439.
"In the Name of God, Amen," 13.2 (April 1899) 339-344.

Bissell, Edwin Cone

Illogical Methods in Biblical Criticism, 7.4 (October 1893) 485-504.

Bitzer, George Leese
[1860-1934]
Prof. Johnson's "The New Testament Law for the Church's Effort at Propagandism," 9.4 (October 1895) 607-612.

Blackburn, George Andrew [1861-1918]
The Tithe System - Its Practical Working, 4.2 (April 1890) 295-300.
Blakeslee, Erastus [21 Bromfield Street, Boston, Mass.]
The Bible Study Union Lessons, 11.4 (October 1897) 538-549.

Bowen, Edwin W. [Ashland, Va.]
Lanier as Poet, 13.3 (July 1899) 414-426.

Brantly, Erskine
[1850-1936]
Young People's Societies and Our Church, 9.3 (July 1895) 426-447.

Bristol, Frank M.
[Metropolitan M.E. Church, Washington, D.C.]
Dante, the Poet, the Politician, the Protestant, 16.1 (July 1902) 68-76.

Bryan, William Swan Plumer [1856-1925]
Some Recent Contributions to the Philosophy of Religion, 10.2 (April 1896) 157-170.
The General Presbyterian Council, 6.1 (January 1892) 118-132.
The Proposed Revision of the Standards of Westminster, 3.4 (October 1889) 589-598.
The Trial of Professor Smith, 7.2 (April 1893) 250-298.

Bryson, John Henry, D.D. [1831-1897]
The Scotch-Irish and Their Influence, 5.3 (July 1891) 380-407.

Caldwell, Charles Turner [1865-1965]
The Immutability of God [Homiletic Note on Malachi 3:6], 16.2 (October 1902) 263-264.

Caldwell, John Williamson, Jr. [1872-1946]
The Baptism of Christ, 17.3 (January 1904) 384-390.

Campbell, William Addison, D.D. [1829 - 1896]
Peace Conference, 6.2 (April 1892) 281-284.
The Power of the People in the Government of the Church, 8.3 (July 1894) 404-415.

Cannon, J.F., D.D. [1851-1920]
A Point of Comparison Between the Old Theology and the New, 14.2 (April 1900) 224-233.
Babel and Its Lessons, 10.2 (April 1896) 131-137.
Evangelism, Again, 2.3 (October 1888) 462-465.
"The Mind of the Master," by Ian Maclaren, 11.2 (April 1897) 190-200.
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Carr, Archibald Fairley [1868-1958]
Theology of the Future, 14.2 (April 1900) 165-172.

Carter, John Pym, D.D. [Washington, D.C.]
Inspiration of the Scriptures, 5.4 (October 1891) 525-535.

Caven, William, D.D., LL.D. [Toronto, Canada]
The Jesuits in Canada, 4.3 (July 1890) 443-448.
The Teaching of the Theological Class-Room in Relation to the Spiritual Life of the Student, 14.1 (January 1900) 1-16.

Cecil, Russell
[1853-1925]
Love Like the Sun [Homiletic Note on Judges 5:31], 16.2 (October 1902) 251-256.
The General Assembly [Southern] of 1902, 16.2 (October 1902) 225-239.
Chaney, James McDonald, D.D. [1831-1909]
The Woman Question, 17.3 (January 1904) 391-403.

Clark, William Crawford [1849-1927]
Church and State, 14.1 (January 1900) 116-117.
Paradise, 15.4 (October 1901) 585-589.
Presbytery vs. Episcopacy, 1.3 (January 1888) 491-506.
Rationalism in the Treatment of the Bible, 14.1 (January 1900) 118-119.
The Claims of the Home Mission Work on Our Young Ministers, 10.2 (April 1896) 236-240.
The Endowment of Colleges for Women, 15.1 (January 1901) 137-142.

Cox, William M. [Baldwyn, Miss.]
The Social and Civil State of Woman, 9.4 (October 1895) 584-606.

Crawford, Clarence K., D.D.
The Inspiration of the Old Testament, 17.3 (January 1904) 370-383.

Currell, W.S., Ph.D. [Davidson College, N.C.]
Robert Browning, 6.1 (January 1892) 101-112.
Robert Browning, The Poet, 6.3 (July 1892) 410-421.
Shakspere-Bacon Redivivus, 3.1 (January 1889) 118-130.

Curry, Albert Bruce [1852-1939]
Civil Government [Homiletic Note on Romans 13:1], 17.4 (April 1904) 580-587.
The Centennial Celebration in Philadelphia, 2.2 (July 1888) 309-313. [re: Joint PCUSA and PCUS celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church]
The Relation of the Church to the Prohibition Movement, 1.1 (July 1887) 169 - 173.

Dabney, Robert Lewis [1820-1898]
"Annihilation," 7.1 (January 1893) 89-93.
Anti-Biblical Theories of Rights, 2.2 (July 1888) 217-242.
Idealistic Monism, 9.1 (January 1895) 1-35.
Spurious Religious Excitements, 1.2 (October 1887) 217-237.
The Attractions of Popery, 8.2 (April 1894) 157-186.
The Decline of Ministerial Scholarship, 11.2 (April 1897) 161-174.
The Immortality of the Soul, 6.4 (October 1892) 473-509.
The Latest Infidelity: A Reply to Ingersoll's Positions, 4.1 (January 1890) 1-35.

Daniel, Eugene
[1849-1935]
Licensure and Ordination - The Proposed Changes, 9.1 (January 1895) 144-155.
The Attitude of the Presbyterian Church, South, toward Modern "Regenerated" Theology, 13.3 (July 1899) 470-508.
The Westminster Confession's Right to Construe Itself, 14.4 (October 1900) 590-601.

Davies, D. Owen, D.D.
The Law of the Tithe: Is It Binding Now?, 4.2 (April 1890) 238-260.

Davis, E. Mac
Physical Science, Theistic and Christian, 14.4 (October 1900) 613-636.

Davis, Edward Payson, D.D. [1851-1937]
Lay Co-operation in Church Work, 17.4 (April 1904) 538-544.

DeBaun, J.A. [Fonda, New York]
The Imprecatory Psalms, 12.1 (January 1898) 45-56.

DeWitt, John [Princeton]
Philip Melancthon, Scholar and Reformer, 11.3 (July 1897) 273-295.

Dosker, Henry E., D.D. [Louisville, Ky. and Holland, Mich.]
Dr. Bavinck on the Principium Internum, 10.3 (July 1896) 281-303.
John Calvin, 14.1 (January 1900) 17-33.
St. Anthony the Great, 17.3 (January 1904) 339-351.
The Pilgrim Fathers of the West, 12.3 (July 1898) 391-404.

Dubbink, G.H. [Holland, Mich.]
Expository Preaching, 14.4 (October 1900) 552-564.
The Aim of Foreign Missions, 15.1 (January 1901) 54-63.

Eagleton, D.F. [Austin College, Sherman, Texas]
Sidney Lanier vs. Robert Browning, 10.1 (January 1896) 85-90.
W.K. Marshall, D.D. - A Missionary Pioneer of the Southwest, 11.3 (July 1897) 365-375.

Elwang, William Wilson [1865-1938]
The Authenticity of Isaiah XXIV. - XXVII. The Old Testament Canon, 11.2 (April 1897) 125-141.

English, Thomas R., D.D.
[1850-1915]
Conditions of Success in the Gospel Ministry, 8.4 (October 1894) 566-579
On Licensure, 5.1 (January 1891) 100-107.

Epes, Theodorick Pryor
[1854-1911]
Authority in Revelation and Morals, 5.3 (July 1891) 317-331.

Farris, Robert P. [St. Louis]
Mariolatry, 11.3 (July 1897) 296-307.

Ferguson, Francis Lloyd [1856-1903]
A Religious Estimate of Carlyle, 6.4 (October 1892) 510-521.
Christ and His Miracles, 4.4 (October 1890) 497-519.
Some Decadent Tendencies in City Life, 11.2 (April 1897) 200-217.
The Religious Notions of Matthew Arnold, 3.3 (July 1889) 352-374.

Flournoy, Parke Poindexter
[1839-1935]
Justin, Aristides and Quadratus, as Witnesses for the New Testament, 15.4 (October 1901) 508-547.
The Diatessaron of Tatian, and Its Evidential Value, 12.1 (January 1898) 24-37 and 12.2 (April 1898) 170-186.
The Discovery of the Kings, 13.1 (January 1899) 44-54.
The Original Facts of Christianity; or, Mrs. Humphrey Ward & Our Generation versus Paul, 14.2 (April 1900) 234-254.
The Papacy Under a Searchlight: A Reply, 17.3 (January 1904) 352-369.
Who was "Darius, the Median?" - New Light from Babylonian Tablets, 14.4 (October 1900) 602-612.

Fogartie, James E. [1850-1916]
The Fact of the Trinity and the Facts of Experience, 11.4 (October 1897) 415-432.

Foreman, Charles Preston [born, 1868, dismissed to PCUSA in 1904, pastor, New Albany, Ind.]
The Idea of Beauty Inherent in the Westminster Standards, 17.4 (April 1904) 545-558.

Foster, John Shaw [1870-1943]
Faith and Some of Its Consequences [Homiletic Note on Romans 5:1], 16.2 (October 1902) 261-263.

Frierson, David Ethan, D.D.
[1818-1896]
Prof. Drummond's Apology to Scientists, 2.3 (October 1888) 472-480.
The Famous Six Days, 4.1 (January 1890) 48-55.
The New Testament Theopneusty, 7.4 (October 1893) 600-606.

Fullerton, B.P. [Cumberland Presbyterian Church, St. Louis, Mo.]
Revivals, 12.4 (October 1898) 561-570.

Gaines, Frank Henry [1852-1923]
The Bible in the College Curriculum, 9.2 (April 1895) 211-233.
The Sabbath-School Cause and the Question of a General Secretary, 10.2 (April 1896) 222-236.

Gilkeson, Charles David
[1863-1939]
The Evils of Vacancies: A Remedy Suggested, 17.3 (January 1904) 404-409.

Gilland, John D.
[Vicksburg, Miss.]
The Church and the Societies, 6.3 (July 1892) 422-427.

Girardeau, John Lafayette, D.D., LL.D.
[1825-1898]
Berkeley's Idealism, 1.1 (July 1887) 1 - 31.
Natural Religion and the Gospel, 7.3 (July 1893) 331-352.
The Christo-Centric Principle of Theology, 6.1 (January 1892) 1-20.
The Contra-Natural Character of the Miracle, 2.2 (July 1888) 177-207.
The Relation of Miracle to the Evidences of a Divine Revelation, 2.3 (October 1888) 369-387.

Glass, Harvey [1843-1921]
Divine Sovereignty in its Application to Christian Experience, 7.2 (April 1893) 198-205.

Good, James I. [Reading, Pa.]
The First Attempt at Church Union in America, 12.4 (October 1898) 618-626.

Gordon, Edward Clifford, D.D. [1842-1922]
Probation-Death-Judgment, 11.2 (April 1897) 218-230.
The Civil Government and the Sabbath, 4.3 (July 1890) 389-402.
The Divine Authority of the Scriptures, 16.2 (October 1902) 166-198.
The Trend Towards Anarchy, Its Cause and Cure, 15.3 (July 1901)317-341.

Green, William Henry, D.D., LL.D. [1825-1900]
The Anti-Biblical Higher Criticism, 6.3 (July 1892) 341-359.

Greene, William Brenton
[1854-1928]
The Importance of Preaching the Ethics of Christianity, 14.4 (October 1900) 503-519.

Grier, W.M. [Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church; President of Erskine College]
Denominational Colleges, 1.2 (October 1887) 237-248.

Hall, William Thomas
[1835-1911]
Perfectionism, 15.2 (April 1901) 250-260.
The Aims and Conditions of Seminary Life, 11.1 (January 1897) 73-80.
The Federal Principle in the Westminster Standards, 12.3 (July 1898) 378-390.
Theology the Science of Religion, 10.3 (July 1896) 267-280.
Thoughts Suggested by a Study of the Modes of Revelation, 14.2 (April 1900) 255-265.

Harper, W.R., Ph.D. [President of Chicago University]
The Hebrew Movement: Its Past and Future, 1.2 (October 1887) 338-343.

Harsha, William Willett [President, Presbyterian Theological Seminary at Omaha]
Did Christ Preach to Disembodied Spirits in Hades?, 13.1 (January 1899) 55-67.
The Presbyterian Symbols and the Personality and Work of the Holy Spirit, 14.2 (April 1900) 212-223.

Hawes, Thomas McDonald [1856-1919]
The Relation of the Pastor to the Sunday-School, 16.1 (July 1902) 97-100.

Helm, Ben [1844-1928]
Evangelism: Its Place, and how it should be Promoted, 2.1 (April 1888) 130-136.

Hemphill, Charles Robert, D.D.
[1852-1932]
The General Assembly [Southern] of 1890, 4.3 (July 1890) 448-456.
The Protestant Episcopal Basis of Church Unity, 1.1 (July 1887) 164 - 169.

Hodge, William H.
[Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa.]
A New Exposition of the Will, 14.3 (July 1900) 404-441.

Hoge, Peyton Harrison, D.D.
[1858-1940]
Earlier Licensure, 9.1 (January 1895) 131-143.
The General Assembly [Southern] of 1891, 5.3 (July 1891) 416-430.
The Origin of Psalm LXVIII, 4.1 (January 1890) 98-110.

Hogue, Prof. Addison [Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va.]
On Language Teaching, 4.1 (January 1890) 110-121.
Sokrates on Death and Judgment, as set forth in Plato's Gorgias, 10.2 (April 1896) 208-221.

Hooper, Thomas Williamson [1832-1915]
Christ, the Model Preacher, 15.2 (April 1901) 238-249.
Paul's Summary of the Gospel, 10.1 (January 1896) 73-84.
The Pre-Incarnate Christ, 6.3 (July 1892) 399-409.
The Unchangeable Word, 2.2 (July 1888) 208-216.

Hopkins, Abner Crump, D.D.
[1835-1911]
Ordination to the Ministry of Christ, 8.2 (April 1894) 235-246.

Houston, Matthew Hale, D.D. [1841-1905]
Missionary Societies in the Church, 4.2 (April 1890) 261-277.

Howe, James Lewis, Ph.D. [Louisville, Ky.]
The Christian Endeavor Movement, 5.4 (October 1891) 615-626.

Howerton, James Robert [1861-1924]
Sanctification the Necessary Consequence of Justification, 7.4 (October 1893) 534-559.
The Hard Doctrines and the Words of Eternal Life, 15.1 (January 1901) 96-136.

Howison, Robert Reid [1820-1906]
The Pseudo-Scientific View of Miracles, 1.2 (October 1887) 343-349.
The Walnut Street Church Case, 3.2 (April 1889) 283-287. [in re Watson v. Jones]

Hoyt, Thomas A., D.D. [1828-1903]
Reply to Mr. Simmons, 4.4 (October 1890) 628.
The Northern General Assembly, 2.2 (July 1888) 306-308.
The Northern General Assembly, 4.3 (July 1890) 456-468.

Huizinga, A.H., Ph.D. [New Paltz, N.Y. & later (1896), McCormick Seminary]
A Collation of Some Passages Which Speak of Seeing God, 10.4 (October 1896) 508-515.
Babylonian vs. Hebrew Account of Creation, 6.3 (July 1892) 385-398.
The Book of Esther, 7.3 (July 1893) 395-409.

Humphreys, Cavet Wiley
[1844-1934]
A Defence of the Synod of South Carolina, 12.3 (July 1898) 405-420.
[see also McPheeters, et alius, Complaint Against the Action of the Synod of South Carolina., 12.3 (July 1898) 323-343].
Was Christ Liable to Sin?, 2.3 (October 1888) 395-411.

Hunter, Thomas Marshall
[1870-1937]
Ezra's Act of Faith [Homiletic Note on Ezra 8:22], 16.2 (October 1902) 264-266.

Hyde, Charles Robert [1858-1933]
Pulpit Manner and Form of Utterance, 16.2 (October 1902) 244-251.

Irwin, David Cramer
[1825-1897]
Representative Government in the Church, 5.3 (July 1891) 363-371.

Jacobs, Ferdinand, D.D. [1808-1894]
On the Examination of Ministers, 4.2 (April 1890) 289-294.

Jacobus, Melancthon W.
[Theological Seminary, Hartford, Conn.]
Paul's Purpose in Writing Romans, 7.1 (January 1893) 13-37.

Jennings, William Beatty [1859-1935]
A Pupil of John: Polycarp, 8.2 (April 1894) 223-234.
"Souls" versus "Hands," 6.2 (April 1892) 271-275.

Johnson, Herrick [1832-1913]
The Presbyterian Bulwarks of Liberty and Law, 13.1 (January 1899) 1-23.
Why Do We Punish Crime?, 13.4 (October 1899) 573-588.

Johnson, Thomas Cary, D.D. [1859-1936]
Burney's Soteriology and the Cumberland Theology, 5.1 (January 1891) 157-176.
Historical Sketch of the Presbyterian Church in the United States, 10.3 (July 1896) 351-358.
Mormonism, 13.4 (October 1899) 608-636.
The Duty of the Church to Quit Robbing the Masses of the Gospel, 14.1 (January 1900) 74-89.
The New Testament Law for the Church's Effort at Propagandism, 8.4 (October 1894) 531-546.
The Presbyteries' Practical Treatment of the Standard of Ministerial Education, 11.1 (January 1897) 60-72.
The Study of the English Bible, 6.3 (July 1892) 360-384.
The Tenet of Jure Divino Presbyterian Polity, 7.4 (October 1893) 505-533.
The Testing System for Ministerial Students in the Presbyterian Church of Ireland, 10.4 (October 1896) 489-507.

Johnson, William Hallock [Danville, Ky.]
The Philosophy of Christian Science, 14.2 (April 1900) 184-196.

Jones, Alfred
[1844-1917]
On the Relations of Church and State, 4.2 (April 1890) 203-219.

Jordan, Donald E., D.D. [1831-1902]
Mob Law, 4.4 (October 1890) 590-613.
The Present Promise of Missionary Work, 3.4 (October 1889) 554-577.

Junkin, William Finney
[1831-1900]
The Covenanters in Early American History, 13.1 (January 1899) 127-146.

Kerr, Robert Pollok [1850-1923]
A Plea for Unity, 11.3 (July 1897) 376-381.
Additional Forms, 8.2 (April 1894) 267-272.
National Reform, 1.3 (January 1888) 534-540.
On the Revised Directory for Worship, 6.1 (January 1892) 113-118.
The Office of Deacon, 10.2 (April 1896) 202-207.
The Religious Element in Education - Parochial Schools, 12.2 (April 1898) 215-230.
The Revised Directory, 4.1 (January 1890) 94-98.

Kuyper, Abraham, D.D. [1837-1920]
Calvinism and Confessional Revision, 5.4 (October 1891) 479-516. [reprinted from The Presbyterian and Reformed Review]

Lacy, William Sterling
[1842-1899]
The General Assembly [Southern] of 1893, 7.3 (July 1893) 432-451.

Lapsley, Robert Alberti
[1858-1934]
Has the Southern Presbyterian Church any Distinctive Principles?, 15.3 (July 1901) 414-430.
Pastoral Theology, 3.2 (April 1889) 233-242.
The Doctrinal Issues Presented by the Case of Dr. M.H. Houston, 13.2 (April 1899) 253-267.
The Spoiling of Dr. Dryasdust, 5.1 (January 1891) 71-83.
Turn or Burn!, 15.1 (January 1901) 83-95.

Latimer, James Fair, Ph.D.
(Lips.), D.D. [1845-1892]
Baptism Under the Two Dispensations, 4.2 (April 1890) 169-187.
The Lollards, 2.1 (April 1888) 1-27.

Laveleye, Emilio de [translated by Samuel R. Gammon]
The Future of Roman Catholic Peoples: A Study in Social Economy, 8.1 (January 1894) 94-128.

Law, Patrick Redd [1849-1916]
The Church and Schools and Colleges, 7.4 (October 1893) 571-585.

Law, Thomas Hart
[1838-1923]
Our Indebtedness to the American Bible Society in Foreign Work, 5.2 (April 1891) 266-270.

Laws, Samuel Spahr
[1824-1921]
Inspired Anticipations of Some Conclusions of Modern Science and Philosophy, 9.1 (January 1895) 68-99.
Seminary Students' Temptations, 10.1 (January 1896) 93-98.

Lawson, George William
[1873-1904]
Merchandise Methods in the Church, or Church Festivals and Scripture, 16.1 (July 1902) 103-126.

Link, Luther
[1859-1915]
Elect Infants Dying in Infancy, 15.4 (October 1901) 450-507.
Matthew XXIV. and Professor Milligan's Exegesis, 11.1 (January 1897) 23-38.
Revelation XX and the Millennial Reign, 14.2 (April 1900) 173-183.
The Abrahamic Covenant, 14.4 (October 1900) 520-531.
The Book of Jonah, 8.1 (January 1894) 77-93.

Lisle, W.J.

Presbyterianism in History, 7.1 (January 1893) 49-73.

Little, James [Richmond, Va.]
Christianity, Insistent, Uncompromising and Catholic, 10.2 (April 1896) 171-192.

MacGregor, James, D.D. [Oamuru, New Zealand]
Bearings of Socialism on Morality and Religion, 6.1 (January 1892) 67-88.

Mack, Edward, D.D. [1868-1951]
The Early Virginia Puritans:-Founders of American Presbyterianism, 15.3 (July 1901) 386-413.
The Theology of Hosea and Amos, 8.4 (October 1894) 512-530.

Mallard, Robert Quarterman, D.D. [1930-1904]
Colleges and Universities as Factors in a Nation's Life, 7.1 (January 1893) 94-102.
"If He Found Any of This Way" [Homiletic Note on Acts 9:2], 17.3 (January 1904) 418-422.
Sacred Song as a Part of Sabbath Worship, 4.2 (April 1890) 278-288.
The Eternal Future of Infants, In the Light of the Westminster Confession & of Holy Scripture, 16.1 (July 1902) 58-67.
The Institutional Church: A Candid Critique, 10.3 (July 1896) 359-368.

Malloy, J.C. [Maysville, Ky.]
Sketch of the Political and Religious Condition of Britain When the Westminster Assembly was Convened, 13.4 (October 1899) 637-652.

Martin, Roger
[1831-1900]
Notes on the Northern General Assembly, 1.1 (July 1887) 154 - 164.

Martindale, C. O'Neale, Jr. [1868-1950]
The Normative Church Polity and Some Abnormal Outgrowths, 11.2 (April 1897) 231-239.
McClure, Alexander Doak [1850-1920]
Our Own Book of Praise, 10.2 (April 1896) 240-243.

McConnell, Thomas Maxwell [1851-1927]
Presbyterian Polity, 17.3 (January 1904) 409-415.

McCorkle, William Parsons
[c. 1855-1933]
A New Mariolatry, 12.4 (October 1898) 510-541.
An Old Enemy with Two New Faces, 13.2 (April 1899) 281-297. [re: Christian Science and Theosophy]
Bledsoe's Theory of Moral Freedom, 5.2 (April 1891) 243-261.
The New Scientific Religion, 12.3 (July 1898) 344-377.
Unconscious Calvinism of Wesleyan Theology, 6.2 (April 1892) 185-211.

McCosh, James [1811-1894]
Dabney's Refutation of the Sensualistic Philosophy - But What Next?, 2.2 (July 1888) 275-282.

McIntyre, Kenneth Murchison
[1836-1908]
The Unifying Doctrine in Theology, 5.3 (July 1891) 413-416.

McKelway, Alexander Jeffery
[1866-1918; editor of The Presbyterian Quarterly from 1899-1902]
A Bit of Scotch Philosophy, 15.1 (January 1901) 142-144.
Editorial, 13.1 (January 1899) 147-163. [includes obituaries of Dabney, Girardeau, Witherspoon, Barnett, Rawlings, and Sanders, et al.; The Houston Case; Coverage of various denominations.]
Editorial, 13.2 (April 1899) 345-362. [includes comments on the McGiffert case; obituaries for Moses D. Hoge, J. Crockard, J.B. Adger, J. Hunter, et al.; Coverage of various denominations.]
Editorial, 13.3 (July 1899) 548-571. [includes coverage of the Southern General Assembly, the Northern Assembly, and various other denominations.]
Editorial, 13.4 (October 1899) 725-737. [includes coverage of The Pan-Presbyterian Alliance.]
Editorial, 14.1 (January 1900) 120-136. [includes coverage of the McGiffert case, denominational news, and a eulogy for D.L. Moody.]
Editorial, 14.3 (July 1900) 454-487. [includes coverage of the Ecumenical Conference, the Southern Assembly, and various denominational news]
Editorial, 15.1 (January 1901) 150-155. [includes coverage of Southern and Northern General Assemblies.]
Editorial, 15.2 (April 1901) 306-311. [includes "The Five Great Systems," and "The Chinese Missionaries."]
Editorial, 15.3 (July 1901) 431-472. [includes "The Philadelphia Assembly," and "The Little Rock Assembly."] Footnote on the Elect Infants Clause, 14.4 (October 1900) 637-643.
Into versus In, 8.4 (October 1894) 607-611.
The Calvinistic Century, 15.1 (January 1901) 145-150.
The Dignity of the Presbyterian Church, 14.2 (April 1900) 297-298. [Editorial re: McGiffert and Hillis]

McKibbin, William, D.D.
The Christian Endeavor Movement, 5.2 (April 1891) 229-242.

McLaurin, John
The McGlynn Affair, 1.2 (October 1887) 332-338.

McMurray, Joseph Alexander [1866-1953]
The Resurrection of Christ, 17.4 (April 1904) 480-503.

McNeilly, James Hugh [1838-1922]
Proposed Union of Presbyterians: The Attitude of Southern Presbyterians, 17.4 (April 1904) 572-580.

McPheeters, William Marcellus, D.D. [1854-1935]
A Recently Proposed Test of Canonicity, 5.1 (January 1891) 33-55. [Inaugural address on the occasion of his installation as Professor of Biblical Literature in the Theological Seminary at Columbia]
Dr. Briggs' Higher Criticism of the Hexateuch, 9.4 (October 1895) 505-528.
Dr. Driver on the Authorship of Isaiah xiii and xiv, 8.2 (April 1894) 187-208 and 8.4 (October 1894) 489-511.
Dr. W.H. Green's Jubilee, 10.3 (July 1896) 381-387.
"The Book of the Twelve Prophets, Commonly Called the Minor:" Considered as a Type, 13.3 (July 1899) 427-452.
The Study of the Bible in the Original Languages at the Seminary, 5.4 (October 1891) 542-566.

McPheeters, W.M., W.T. Matthews, Jas. McDowell, A.H. McArn, S.H. Hay, J.R. Millard, et alius
Complaint Against the Action of the Synod of South Carolina in Addressing an Official Communication to the Civil Commonwealth, 12.3 (July 1898) 323-343. [see also Humphreys, C.W., A Defence of the Synod of South Carolina, 12.3 (July 1898) 405-420].

Mecklin, John Moffat [1871-?]
The Personnel of the Westminster Assembly, 12.1 (January 1898) 72-82.

Mickel, Eugene Philip [1859-1936]
Pure Religion [Homiletic Note on James 1:27], 16.2 (October 1902) 257-261.

Miller, Arnold W., D.D., LL.D. [b, ? - d, 1891 or 1892]
The Presbyterian Origin of American Independence, 2.1 (April 1888) 74-106
The Restoration of the Jews, Part I, 1.1 (July 1887) 61-86; Part II, 1.2 (October 1887) 249-279. [see also the editor's note, 2.1 (April 1888) 144.]

Milster, Abner Washington [1838-1913]
The Union for Which Jesus Prays, 5.1 (January 1891) 84-90.

Minton, Henry Collin [San Francisco]
President Jonathan Edwards, 13.1 (January 1899) 68-94.
The Authority of the Catechisms and Confessions of the Reformed Churches Holding the Presbyterian System, 10.4 (October 1896) 470-478.
Theories of the Atonement, 14.1 (January 1900) 48-62.

Molloy, John Calhoun
[1855-1923]
Uses of the Imagination, 7.1 (January 1893) 74-88.

Moore, Dunlop [Pittsburg, Pa.]
Bishop Seymour on the Historic Episcopate, 7.4 (October 1893) 586-599.
Ratramn's Part in the First Controversy Respecting Transubstantiation, 9.3 (July 1895) 372-396.
The Literature and Worship of the Early Aryans, 11.1 (January 1897) 52-59.

Moore, Walter William [1857-1926]
The Discovery of Pithom, 3.2 (April 1889) 243-255.
The Dods - Bruce Decision, 4.4 (October 1890) 621-626.
The Hittite Empire, 1.3 (January 1888) 433-453.
The Israel Tablet of Merneptah, 12.1 (January 1898) 1-23.
The Period of the Israelitish Sojourn in Egypt, in the Light of Arch├Žological Research, 13.1 (January 1899) 24-43.
William Henry Green, 14.2 (April 1900) 292-297 [eulogy]

Morton, W.D., D.D. [1843-1918]
The Unpopularity of the Itineracy in Presbyterianism, 3.3 (July 1889) 407-411.

Moseley, John Watkins [1828-1920]
Sentimental Reasons for Presbyterianism, 17.4 (April 1904) 559-563.

Mullally, Francis Patrick [c. 1830 - 1904]
The Limit of the Church's Power to Make Declarations, 9.4 (October 1895) 571-583.

Murray, Ephraim Clark [1861-1930]
Christian Giving, or Ecclesiastical Merchandising?, 2.1 (April 1888) 123-130.
Satan: His Character and Operations, 4.3 (July 1890) 424-432.
The Four Gospels: Their Distinctive Characteristics, 6.1 (January 1892) 89-100.
The Sunday-school: Its true Nature, Mission and Relation to the Church, 3.1 (January 1889) 114-118.

Murray, James, D.D. [1834-1914]
The Capacity of Presbyterianism as a Form of Government for Rapid Church Extension, 3.3 (July 1889) 375-388.
What is a Miracle?, 3.1 (January 1889) 29-53.

Nall, James Hoge, D.D. [1837-1915]
Benjamin Morgan Palmer, D.D., LL.D., 16.1 (July 1902) 77-92.

Neel, William Hanna [Memphis, Tenn.]
Jacob at the Jabbok [Homiletic Note on Genesis 32:24], 16.1 (July 1902) 126-127.

Nelson, Henry A.
[Philadelphia, Pa.]
Generation and Regeneration, 7.3 (July 1893) 421-425.

Nicolassen, George Frederick [b, 1857 - d, circa 1950]
LOGIA IHSOU: Sayings of Our Lord, 12.1 (January 1898) 93-97.

Nisbet, James T.

Calvinism and Civil Liberty, 3.1 (January 1889) 54-66.

Nourse, Wallace Logan, D.D. [1834-1910]
Calvinism; and Calvinism and Infant Salvation, 5.4 (October 1891) 567-586.
Ideal Man, the Product of the Divine Spirit, 4.4 (October 1890) 520-533.
The Civil Sabbath, 11.1 (January 1897) 39-51.

Otts, John Martin Philip [1837-1901]
Life and Immortality, 10.2 (April 1896) 193-201.
Reasons for Reunion, 1.2 (October 1887) 349-358.

Palmer, Benjamin Morgan
[1818-1902]
Inter-Professional Responsibilities, 4.2 (April 1890) 188-202.
The Ancient Hebrew Polity, 12.2 (April 1898) 153-169.
The Ground of Certitude in Religious Belief, 1.1 (July 1887) 87-106.
The Majesty of Law, 2.1 (April 1888) 28-39.

Paton, Lewis B. [Berlin]
Some Alleged Discrepancies between the Books of Chronicles and Kings, 5.4 (October 1891) 587-610.

Patterson, George William
[1864-1906]
The Wages of Sin, and the Gift of God, [Homiletic Note on Romans 6:23], 16.1 (July 1902) 128-130.

Patton, E.L. [Columbia, S.C.]
Was Homer a Poetic Myth, 12.2 (April 1898) 243-264.

Patton, George S.
[Princeton College]
Kidd's Social Evolution, 9.3 (July 1895) 448-476.

Patton, John H.
[Marietta, Ga.]
Christian Vocation [Homiletic Note on Ephesians 4:1], 16.1 (July 1902) 130-131.

Peck, Thomas Ephraim [1822-1893]
Probation After Death, 3.4 (October 1889) 508-523.
Revivals in Religion, 1.3 (January 1888) 399-415.

Phillips, Alexander Lacy [1859-1915]
God's Problem for the South, 5.4 (October 1891) 536-541.

Pitzer, A.W. [1834-1927]
A Divine Manual for All Christian Workers, 11.3 (July 1897) 357-364.
The Blessed Hope of the Lord's Return, 12.1 (January 1898) 83-92.

Plunket, John Thompson
[1853-1912]
The Personal Christ, The Gospel For Our Time, 12.4 (October 1898) 542-560.

Pratt, Henry Barrington, D.D.
[1832-1912]
The Length of the Sojourn in Egypt, 4.3 (July 1890) 433-442.
The World Viewed as the Subject of Ruin and Redemption, 9.4 (October 1895) 540-570.

Pressly, Mason W.
The "Personal Liberty" Movement, 1.3 (January 1888) 540-545.

Preston, John Alexander
[1853-1896] Beneficiary Education: Its Present Unsatisfactory Status, 6.4 (October 1892) 592-596.

Price, Robert
[1830-1916]
Theological Education in Universities, 7.1 (January 1893) 38-48.

Price, William Thomas
[1830-1921]
Scottish-Virginia Presbyterianism, 2.3 (October 1888) 465-472.

Prime, Ralph [1840-1920; Yonkers, New York]
Christian Giving in the Sanctuary Service, 10.4 (October 1896) 479-488.
The Elder in His Ecclesiastical Relations, 11.1 (January 1897) 81-87.

Primrose, John W.
[1838-1907]
Effectual Calling-Regeneration, 10.4 (October 1896) 520-521.
Fellowship, 4.2 (April 1890) 220-237.
"May Know that I Am Jehovah." - A Bible Study, 11.4 (October 1897) 523-530.
Regeneration, Real, Not Figurative, 11.1 (January 1897) 1-22.
The Baptismal Formula, 13.1 (January 1899) 95-109.
The Pentacostal Baptism, 6.4 (October 1892) 559-580.

Quarles, Rev. James Addison [1837-1907]
Christian Sociology, 10.1 (January 1896) 46-62.
Expediency of the Higher Education of Women, 13.2 (April 1899) 229-243.
Inspiration, 5.3 (July 1891) 332-349.
Presentationism versus Representationism, 8.2 (April 1894) 209-222.
Proofs of God's Existence and Character, 15.2 (April 1901) 261-273.
The Apocryphal Scriptures, 4.3 (July 1890) 370-388.
The Ethics of Trade, 3.1 (January 1889) 107-114.
The Single Tax Upon Land, 9.2 (April 1895) 289-322.
The Theologies, 15.3 (July 1901) 364-385.
The Unity of the Church, 2.1 (April 1888) 59-74.
Two Current False Philosophies, 14.2 (April 1900) 197-211. [re: Materialism and Agnosticism]

Ramsay, Franklin Pierce [1856-1926]
Baptism, 15.1 (January 1901) 76-82.
Internal Evidence as to the Authenticity of Mark XVI. 9-20, 10.4 (October 1896) 516-520.
Paul on the Lord's Supper, in First Corinthians XI. 17-34, 9.2 (April 1895) 247-255.

Raymond, Thomas Ware [1858-1940]
An Infallible Revelation Practicable and Necessary, 11.4 (October 1897) 531-537.

Reed, Richard Clark
[1851-1925]
A Modern Jehu, 6.4 (October 1892) 539-558. [re: Introduction to the Literature of the Old Testament, by S.R. Driver]
A Significant Confession, 14.2 (April 1900) 285-291. [re: Wm. M. Ramsay on the Book of Acts]
Athanasius, 17.4 (April 1904) 466-479.
How to Make Our Brief Course in Church History Most Profitable, 13.3 (July 1899) 453-469. [inaugural address]
Jonathan Edwards, 17.3 (January 1904) 311-324.
Pope Leo XIII. on the Validity of Anglican Orders, 11.3 (July 1897) 308-324.
Primary Principles of Presbyterian Polity, 3.4 (October 1889) 524-536.
The Credulity of Our Age, 13.1 (January 1899) 110-126.
The Historic Episcopate, 12.1 (January 1898) 57-71.
The Northern Assembly, 16.2 (October 1902) 239-243.
The Vrooman Case, 11.1 (January 1897) 88-98.
The Young People's Movement, 16.1 (July 1902) 45-57.

Rennie, Joseph
[1860-1943]
Calvinism and the Fatherhood of God, 14.3 (July 1900) 362-387.

Robertson, Jerome Pillow
[1862-1936]
Ordination in Heathen Lands, 9.2 (April 1895) 256-260.

Rust, J.O., D.D., LL.D. [Nashville, Tenn.]
The New Heathenism, 16.2 (October 1902) 199-206.

Sample, Robert F., D.D.
[1829-1905; New York City]
Romanism and the Public Schools, 6.4 (October 1892) 522-538.

Schenck, Harris R.
[Chambersburg, Pa.]
The Old Testament Eldership-Its Origin and Functions, 11.4 (October 1897) 433-466.

Scott, John Addison
[1852-1925]
Why We Are Presbyterians, 8.2 (April 1894) 247-260.

See, Charles Sidney Matthews
[1826-1903]
Christ's Second Coming Cannot be Before the Millennium, 15.3 (July 1901) 342-363.

Shearer, John Bunyan, D.D., LL.D.
[1832-1919]
A Missionary Covenant, 9.4 (October 1895) 529-539.
Bible Study in College, 1.3 (January 1888) 524-529.
Bible Study in College - The Methods, 2.2 (July 1888) 282-286.
Object and Scope of Written Revelation, 6.3 (July 1892) 329-340.
The Canon of Scripture - Is It Divinely Authenticated?, 7.2 (April 1893) 187-197.
The Presbyteries and the Tithe, 4.4 (October 1890) 614-621.
The Royal Teaching Preacher, 5.3 (July 1891) 372-379.
The Universal Book, 5.4 (October 1891) 517-524.

Shelton, Samuel M.

The Lottery, 3.1 (January 1889) 67-85.
The True Basis of State Legislation Enforcing Observance of the Christian Sabbath, 1.3 (January 1888) 507-524.

Simmons, H.E.
The Saratoga Assembly and The Publication Board, 4.4 (October 1890) 626-628.

Smith, C. Alphonso
[1864-1924; Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md.]
Addison One More, 8.3 (July 1894) 416-433.
Some Literary Aspects of the Book of Judges, 6.4 (October 1892) 581-592.

Smith, Edward Everett
[1861-1944]
The Initiatory Rite, 15.4 (October 1901) 571-578.
The Proof of Inspiration, 17.4 (April 1904) 504-511.
The World Already Lost [Homiletic Note on Romans 8:18], 16.1 (July 1902) 127-128.

Smith, E. Geddings
[1850-1910]
What Should be the Attitude of the Church Towards Fasting?, 3.2 (April 1889) 276-283.

Smith, Henry M. [1828-1894]
Membership in Pro-re-nata Meetings, 3.2 (April 1889) 272-276.

Smith, J. Kinsey [c. 1858-1923]
The Philosophy and Fallacy of Perfectionism, 14.3 (July 1900) 388-403.

Smith, J. Ritchie [1852-1936]
The Doctrine of Judgment in the Fourth Gospel, 9.1 (January 1895) 100-118.
The Second and Third Epistles of John, 11.4 (October 1897) 482-502.
The Westminster Confession and Catechism, 13.3 (July 1899) 405-413.

Smith, James Henderson
[1856-1889]
James Hannington, 2.1 (April 1888) 136-144.
Religious Romances of George MacDonald, 2.3 (October 1888) 445-461.
The Moral Character of George Eliot, 1.2 (October 1887) 358-368.

Smith, Samuel M.
[1851-1910]
Dr. Brigg's Confession of Faith, 10.2 (April 1896) 138-156.
Is the Standard Declining?, 13.2 (April 1899) 335-338.
Some Popular Misconceptions of Presbyterianism, 7.1 (January 1893) 1-12.
The Andover Renaissance in Theology, 1.1 (July 1887) 32 - 61.
The Negro in Eccelesiastical Relations, 3.4 (October 1889) 481-507.
The Pastor in his Relations to God, 14.1 (January 1900) 90-101.
The Perils of Excessive Individualism, 2.1 (April 1888) 106-122.
The Presbyterian Pastorate, 3.2 (April 1889) 256-261.
The Religious Experience of Lord Macaulay, 3.4 (October 1889) 606-610.

Smoot, Richmond Kelley [1836-1905]
Boards in the Northern Church, 1.3 (January 1888) 416-432.
The First Presbytery, 13.3 (July 1899) 509-533.

Smylie, Nathaniel
[1864-1940]
Election versus Evolution, 8.3 (July 1894) 439-445.

Spilman, Jonathan E.
[c. 1812 - 1896]
God's Method in Divine Revelation, 7.4 (October 1893) 560-570.

Stagg, John Weldon, D.D.
[1864-1915]
Calvin's Traducers, Who They Were and What They Thought, 15.2 (April 1901) 167-203.
The Conquest of Fear, 15.4 (October 1901) 548-557.
The Race Problem in the South, 14.3 (July 1900) 317-348.
Three Maligned Theologians, 15.1 (January 1901) 1-53. [Calvin, Twisse & Edwards, in re: elect infants]

Starbuck, Charles Casey
[1827-1909; Andover, Mass.]
Madame de Maintenon, 9.2 (April 1895) 261-288.
The True and the Fictitious Jesuits, 7.3 (July 1893) 353-382.

Steffens, Nicholas M.
[Orange City, Iowa]
Martin Luther, the Hero of the Reformation of the Sixteenth Century, 14.2 (April 1900) 266-284.
The Proper Attitude of the Reformed Church towards the Present Movement in the Presbyterian Church in Favor of a Restatement of Belief, 14.4 (October 1900) 574-589.
The Importance of Doctrinal Soundness in Teaching, 15.2 (April 1901) 204-221.
The Salient Points of the Westminster Confession, 14.1 (January 1900) 34-47.

Stephenson, P.D. [Woodstock, Va.]
"Go - Teach"; or, The Church's Double Commission - Matthew xxviii. 19, 9.2 (April 1895) 234-246.
The Foreign Evangelist: An Inquiry, 10.3 (July 1896) 304-337.
The Main Mark of the Church; and Some Practical Decisions, 11.4 (October 1897) 467-481.
The Woman Question, 13.2 (April 1899) 206-228.
The Woman Question (with Special Reference to the Home and Church), 13.4 (October 1899) 685-724.

Stewart, John Calvin
[1848-1921]
Our Book of Praise: Hymns of the Ages, 10.2 (April 1896) 243-244.

Stillman, Charles Allen, D.D.
[1819-1895]
The Birmingham Conference, 8.2 (April 1894) 272-276.

Strickler, Given Brown, D.D., LL.D.
[1840-1913]
The Philosophy of Faith, 16.2 (October 1902) 149-165.

Summey, George, D.D., LL.D.
[1853-1954]
Editorial Greeting, 16.1 (July 1902) 93-94.
The Denominational Colleges and the Higher Education, 16.2 (October 1902) 207-217.
The New Church Hymn-Book, 16.1 (July 1902) 96.
The New Theological Seminary, 16.1 (July 1902) 94-95.

Tadlock, James Doak., D.D.
[Professor of Ecclesiastical History and Church Polity at Columbia; 1825-1899]
Materials of History, 3.1 (January 1889) 1-16.

Taylor, A.B. ["Archibald Boggs, Sr.?]
Reasons for Changing the Sabbath from the Seventh Day to the First Day of the Week, 15.4 (October 1901) 579-584.

Tenney, Levi [1823-1907]
God's Covenant with Man, 4.3 (July 1890) 403-413.

Thomas, John H.
[Lawrenceburg, Ind.]
The Characteristics of Hebrew Poetry, 2.2 (July 1888) 261-274.

Thompson, Holland, Ph.D.
[1873-1940]
Some "Log Colleges" in Western North Carolina, 14.1 (January 1900) 63-73.

Turnbull, Lennox Birkhead
[1850-1946]
Preaching with Authority, 12.1 (January 1898) 38-44.

Vance, James Isaac
[1862-1939]
Liberty Less License, 3.2 (April 1889) 267-272.
The Memphis Assembly, 10.3 (July 1896) 368-381.

Vance, Joseph Anderson [1864-1951]
Inspiration, 12.4 (October 1898) 491-509.

Vaughn, Clement Read [1827-1911]
Notes on the Southern Presbyterian Assembly, 1.1 (July 1887) 128-154.
Organic Union, 1.2 (October 1887) 296-331.
Representative Government in the Church, 4.4 (October 1890) 561-589.
The Non-Secular Character of the Church, 2.3 (October 1888) 412-444.
Voluntary Societies and the Church, 7.3 (July 1893) 410-420.

Voss, Louis
[1856-1936]
The Old Testament in Its Relation to Social Reform, 10.4 (October 1896) 442-457.

Waddell, James Addison, D.D. [1817-1905]
A Perversion of History, 10.3 (July 1896) 338-350.
Papal Policy, 3.4 (October 1889) 537-553.
The Lambeth Ultimatum, 8.4 (October 1894) 547-565.
The Scriptural Limits of Denominationalism, 6.1 (January 1892) 49-66.
The Spirit of Presbyterianism, As Developed in Modern History, 2.2 (July 1888) 243-260.
The Way of Peace, 7.3 (July 1893) 383-394.

Walden, Julius W. [1851-1916]
Salvation is of the Jews, 13.2 (April 1899) 298-312.
Womanism in the South, 8.2 (April 1894) 261-267.

Wallace, William Gordon Flagler [1852-1901]
Ecclesiastical Function, 14.4 (October 1900) 532-551.

Warfield, Benjamin B. [1851-1921]
New Testament Terms Descriptive of the Great Change, 5.1 (January 1891) 91-100.
Paul's Doctrine of the Old Testament, 3.3 (July 1889) 389-406.
Some Perils of Missionary Life, 13.3 (July 1899) 385-404.
The Constitution of the Seminary Curriculum, 10.4 (October 1896) 413-441.
The Doctrine of Inspiration of the Westminster Divines, 8.1 (January 1894) 19-76.
The Latest Phase of Historical Rationalism, 9.1 (January 1895) 36-67 and 9.2 (April 1895) 185-210.
The Polemics of Infant Baptism, 13.2 (April 1899) 313-334.

Warfield, Ethelbert Dudley, LL.D. [1861-1936]
John Wicklif, 6.2 (April 1892) 246-263.
Two Famous Christmas Days - 496 and 800, 12.2 (April 1898) 231-242.

Watts, Robert, D.D., LL.D. [Assembly's College, Belfast; 1820-1895]
A Short Method with Anti-Theistic Scientists, 2.3 (October 1888) 388-394.
Dr. Briggs' Biblical Theology Traced to its Organic Principle, 6.1 (January 1892) 21-48.
Inspiration and the Doctrine of Grace, 6.2 (April 1892) 167-184.
The Inspiration of the New Testament Writers, 3.4 (October 1889) 578-588.
The Place of Christ in Modern Theology, 8.3 (July 1894) 319-352.
The Scriptural Idea of the Church, 5.2 (April 1891) 177-189.

Webb, Robert Alexander, D.D. [1856-1919]
Application of the Metaphysical Causes to Saving Faith, 3.2 (April 1889) 198-211.
Closed Questions, 5.4 (October 1891) 610-615.
Our Book of Praise, 10.2 (April 1896) 245-246.
The Adamic Principles in Theology, 16.1 (July 1902) 1-29.
The Fatherhood of God, 5.1 (January 1891) 56-70.
The New Christology, 10.1 (January 1896) 1-30.
The New Pneumatology, 12.2 (April 1898) 133-152.
The Revised Confession, 17.4 (April 1904) 451-465.
The Southern Presbyterian Assembly, 1895, 9.3 (July 1895) 477-489.
The Testimony of God, 8.1 (January 1894) 1-18.
The Tithe System, 4.1 (January 1890) 74-93.

Wellford, Edwin Taliaferro
[1870-1956]
"Ye That Love the Lord, Hate Evil" [Homiletic Note on Psalm 97:10], 16.2 (October 1902) 266-267.

Whaling, Thornton C.
[1858-1938]
Our Church and Education, 4.4 (October 1890) 534-560.
The Condescension of Some Apostles of Modern Culture, 14.3 (July 1900) 442-453.

White, Henry Alexander
[1861-1926]
The Original Manuscript of the Pentateuch, 8.3 (July 1894) 392-403.

White, Henry M. [1836-1910]
The Church of the Living God, 10.4 (October 1896) 458-469.
The General Assembly [Southern] of 1894, 8.3 (July 1894) 445-459.
The Organization of Churches in Heathen Lands, 1.3 (January 1888) 476-491.
The Revised Directory for Worship, 6.2 (April 1892) 275-280.

Whiting, William H., Jr.
[1847 - 1910 ?]
The Relation of English to Anglo-Saxon, 5.1 (January 1891) 107-117.

Wilbur, Emma G.
[Chicago, Illinois]
St. Paul's View of Woman, 13.4 (October 1899) 589-607.

Wilson, Benjamin Frank [1863-1932]
Ethical Application to Materialistic Problems, 14.3 (July 1900) 349-361.
The Christology of Genesis, 3.2 (April 1889) 212-232.

Wilson, H.
An Analysis of the Apocalypses, 5.3 (July 1891) 408-413.

Wilson, J.R. [Joseph Ruggles?], D.D.
Presbyterianism and Education, 3.3 (July 1889) 321-333.

Witherspoon, Thomas Dwight [1836-1898]
Methods of Theological Education, 6.2 (April 1892) 212-226.
Nineteenth Century Evangelism, 1.2 (October 1887) 280-296.
The Evangelistic Revival in the Synods, 5.2 (April 1891) 262-265.
The Southern General Assembly of 1892, 6.3 (July 1892) 427-438.
The Sunday-School: Its Present Peril, 11.2 (April 1897) 175-189.
Woman in the Church, 3.2 (April 1889) 161-178.

Withrow, J.L., D.D.
[Chicago, IL]
After Springfield, What?, 1.3 (January 1888) 529-534.

Woodworth, Robert Bell
[1868-?]
"A Peculiar Treasure." - Malachi III. 17, 11.2 (April 1897) 240-242.
The Gospel and the Revelation of Peter, 9.1 (January 1895) 119-130.
The Origin of the Septuagint, 7.3 (July 1893) 425-432.
The Public Language of Our Lord, 11.3 (July 1897) 325-356.

Wright, Julia McNair [1940-1903; Fulton, Mo.]
The Fourth Eclogue of Virgil, 12.3 (July 1898) 421-435.

Wright, William J., D.D., LL.D. [1865-1938; Westminster College, Fulton, Mo.]
A Generation of Darwinism, 7.2 (April 1893) 223-241.
The Determinant of Value in Morals, 8.4 (October 1894) 580-597.
The Speculative View of Faith, 11.2 (April 1897) 142-160.

Yeisley, George C., D.D. [1849-sometime after 1910]
Uses of the Imagination in Historical Science, 4.3 (July 1890) 414-423.