Table of Contents Acknowledgments Abbreviations List of Contributors Introduction Carl Trueman, Westminster Theological Seminary, USA Part 1: Early Reformed Orthodoxy (c.1560-c.1640) Chapter 1: Knox versus the Knoxians? Predestination in John Knox and Seventeenth-Century Federal Theology Donald John MacLean, Wales Evangelical School of Theology, UK Andrew Melville and Christian Hebraism: The Humanist Legacy of a Renaissance Scholar Ernest R. Holloway III, Westminster Theological Seminary, USA The Eternal Decree in the Incarnate Son: Robert Rollock on the Relationship between Christ and Election Brannon Ellis, Acquisitions Editor for Lexham Press, USA Where Was Your Church Before Luther? History and Catholicity in Early Seventeenth-Century Aberdonian Theology Nicholas Thompson, University of Auckland, New Zealand Alexander Henderson: Reformed Orthodoxy and Constitutional Crisis in Scotland Donald Macleod, Free Church College, UK Scottish Hypothetical Universalism: Robert Baron on God's Love and Christ's Death for All Aaron Clay Denlinger, Reformation Bible College, USA Part 2: High Reformed Orthodoxy (c.1640-c.1690) Samuel Rutherford's Euthyphro Dilemma: A Reformed Perspective on the Scholastic Natural Law Tradition Simon J. G. Burton, University of Warsaw, Poland Samuel Rutherford on the Divine Origin of Possibility Aza Goudriaan, University of the Free State, South Africa Clavis Cantici: A `Key' to the Reformation in Early Modern Scotland? Guy M. Richard, Senior Minister of First Presbyterian Church, USA Scotland and Saumur: The Intellectual Legacy of John Cameron in Seventeenth-Century France Albert Gootjes, Calvin Theological Seminary, USA John Calvin and John Brown of Wamphray on Justification Joel R. Beeke, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, USA Part 3: Late Reformed Orthodoxy (c.1690 onwards) Thomas Halyburton and John Locke on the Grounding of Faith in Scripture Paul Helm, Regent College, Canada The Rational Defence and Exposition of Christianity: Thomas Blackwell and Scottish Orthodoxy in the Early Eighteenth Century Richard A. Muller, Calvin Theological Seminary, USA The Act or Habit of Faith? Alexander Comrie's Interpretation of Heidelberg Catechism Question 20 Gerrit A. van den Brink, Evangelical Theological Faculty in Leuven, Belgium Bibliography Index
Aaron Clay Denlinger, PhD, is Professor of Church History and Historical Theology at Reformation Bible College in Sanford, Florida.