The Southern Presbyterian Review


  Volume I.—NO. 1., June 1847.  I.  The Office of Reason in Regard to Revelation , by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell, D.D.  II.. T he Relation between the Work of Christ and the Condition of the Angelic World , by the Rev. Rev. Benjamin Morgan Palmer, D.D.  III. The Baptism of Servants, by the Rev. George Howe IV. An Exposition of Matthew XVI. 18,19, by Anonymous V. The Letters and Speeches of Oliver Cromwell, by Anonymous VI. Critical Notices   Volume I.—NO. 2., September 1847.  I. Personality, Deity, and Operations of The Holy Spirit, by Anonymous II. Sketches of North Carolina, by Anonymous III. Fictitious Literature:  Tancred, or the New Crusade , by Col. W.F. Hutson  IV.  The General Assembly, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell  V. An Effectual Control of the Will and Conduct of Men by the Spirit of God, Anonymous  VI. The Poetry of the Pentateuch, by Anonymous  VII. Critical Notices   Volume I.—NO. 3., December 1847.  I. The Divine Appointment and Obligation of Capital Punishment, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth  II. The Intellectual and Moral Character of the Jews, by the Rev. Benjamin M. Palmer III. The Late Dr. Chalmers, and the Lessons of his Life, from Personal Recollections, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth IV. The Religious Instruction of the Black Population, by the Rev. John B. Adger  V. A Critical Examination of I Peter iii. 19, by the Rev. W.M. Smythe, A.M., Dallas Co., AL  VI.  The Christian Pastor , by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell  VII. Critical Notices   Volume I.—NO. 4., March 1848.   I. Lectures on Foreign Churches, by the Rev. John B. Adger II. Presbyterianism – The Revolution – The Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth III. The Moral Condition of Western Africa, by the Rev. John Leighton Wilson, of S.C.  IV. An Inquiry into the Doctrine of Imputed Sin, by the Rev. Benjamin M. Palmer  V. Alexander’s Isaiah, by the Rev. George Howe VI. Critical Notices

Volume I.—NO. 1., June 1847.
I. The Office of Reason in Regard to Revelation, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell, D.D.
II.. The Relation between the Work of Christ and the Condition of the Angelic World, by the Rev. Rev. Benjamin Morgan Palmer, D.D.
III. The Baptism of Servants, by the Rev. George Howe
IV. An Exposition of Matthew XVI. 18,19, by Anonymous
V. The Letters and Speeches of Oliver Cromwell, by Anonymous
VI. Critical Notices

Volume I.—NO. 2., September 1847.
I. Personality, Deity, and Operations of The Holy Spirit, by Anonymous
II. Sketches of North Carolina, by Anonymous
III. Fictitious Literature: Tancred, or the New Crusade, by Col. W.F. Hutson
IV. The General Assembly, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell
V. An Effectual Control of the Will and Conduct of Men by the Spirit of God, Anonymous
VI. The Poetry of the Pentateuch, by Anonymous
VII. Critical Notices

Volume I.—NO. 3., December 1847.
I. The Divine Appointment and Obligation of Capital Punishment, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth
II. The Intellectual and Moral Character of the Jews, by the Rev. Benjamin M. Palmer
III. The Late Dr. Chalmers, and the Lessons of his Life, from Personal Recollections, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth
IV. The Religious Instruction of the Black Population, by the Rev. John B. Adger
V. A Critical Examination of I Peter iii. 19, by the Rev. W.M. Smythe, A.M., Dallas Co., AL
VI. The Christian Pastor, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell
VII. Critical Notices

Volume I.—NO. 4., March 1848.

I. Lectures on Foreign Churches, by the Rev. John B. Adger
II. Presbyterianism – The Revolution – The Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth
III. The Moral Condition of Western Africa, by the Rev. John Leighton Wilson, of S.C.
IV. An Inquiry into the Doctrine of Imputed Sin, by the Rev. Benjamin M. Palmer
V. Alexander’s Isaiah, by the Rev. George Howe
VI. Critical Notices

  Volume II.—NO. 1., June 1848.  I. The Elder Question, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell  II. A Brief Inquiry into the Nature of Jephthah’s Vow, by the Rev. W.M. Smythe, A.M.  III. Liberal Christianity, by the Rev. E.P. Rogers  IV. The Abrahamic Covenant, by the Rev. Nathan Hoyt  V. On the Bdellium of the Bible, by the Rev. E.F. Rockwell  VI.  Assurance—Witness of the Spirit—and the Call to the Ministry,  by the Rev. Thomas Smyth VII. Critical Notices   Volume II.—NO. 2., September 1848.  I.  The Call to the Ministry—Its Nature and Evidence,  by the Rev. Thomas Smyth, D.D.  II. Polemic Theology, by the Rev. William Swan Plumer  III. The Origin of our Ideas concerning God, by the Rev. Samuel J. Cassells IV. The Platonic Trinity, by Anonymous V. Favorable Indications for the Introduction and Spread of Christianity in Africa, by the Rev. J.L. Wilson VI. The Blasphemy against the Holy Ghost, and the Sin unto Death, by the Rev. William McKelvey Smythe VII. John the Baptist, the Unitarian Jesus, by the Rev. Thomas Curtis, D.D. VIII. The Power of the Pulpit, by the Rev. Abner A. Porter, D.D.  IX. Critical Notices   Volume II.—NO. 3., December 1848.  I.  Some Thoughts on the Development of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A ., by the Rev. Robert J. Breckinridge, D.D.  II.  The Office of Deacon , by the Rev. Thomas Smythe, D.D.  III. Observations on I John 5: 7, 8, by the Rev. W.M. Smythe, A.M., Dallas County, Alabama IV. Dissertation on Romans 8:19-22, by the Rev. James A. Wallace  V. History of the Girondists, or Personal Memoirs of the Patriots of the French Revolution, by Col. Wm. F. Hutson  VI. On the Manna of the Israelites, by the Rev. E.F. Rockwell  VII.  The Certainty of the World’s Conversion , by the Rev. J.L. Wilson, Missionary at Gaboon, West Africa  VIII. Critical Notices   Volume II.—NO. 4., March 1849.  I. Paul’s Preaching at Athens, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell  II. On the Scene in Revelation, Chapters IV and V, by the Rev. E.F. Rockwell  III. Parochial Schools, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth  IV. A Plea for Amusements, by Col. W.F. Hutson V. Romans, 9th Chapter, I-V Verses, by Rev. S.L. Graham, D.D. VI. The Christian Doctrine of Human Rights and Slavery, by the Rev. John B. Adger  VII. Paul’s Rebuke of Ananias, by Gen. V.D.V. Jamison VIII. Critical Notices

Volume II.—NO. 1., June 1848.
I. The Elder Question, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell
II. A Brief Inquiry into the Nature of Jephthah’s Vow, by the Rev. W.M. Smythe, A.M.
III. Liberal Christianity, by the Rev. E.P. Rogers
IV. The Abrahamic Covenant, by the Rev. Nathan Hoyt
V. On the Bdellium of the Bible, by the Rev. E.F. Rockwell
VI. Assurance—Witness of the Spirit—and the Call to the Ministry, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth
VII. Critical Notices

Volume II.—NO. 2., September 1848.
I. The Call to the Ministry—Its Nature and Evidence, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth, D.D.
II. Polemic Theology, by the Rev. William Swan Plumer
III. The Origin of our Ideas concerning God, by the Rev. Samuel J. Cassells
IV. The Platonic Trinity, by Anonymous
V. Favorable Indications for the Introduction and Spread of Christianity in Africa, by the Rev. J.L. Wilson
VI. The Blasphemy against the Holy Ghost, and the Sin unto Death, by the Rev. William McKelvey Smythe
VII. John the Baptist, the Unitarian Jesus, by the Rev. Thomas Curtis, D.D.
VIII. The Power of the Pulpit, by the Rev. Abner A. Porter, D.D.
IX. Critical Notices

Volume II.—NO. 3., December 1848.
I. Some Thoughts on the Development of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., by the Rev. Robert J. Breckinridge, D.D.
II. The Office of Deacon, by the Rev. Thomas Smythe, D.D.
III. Observations on I John 5: 7, 8, by the Rev. W.M. Smythe, A.M., Dallas County, Alabama
IV. Dissertation on Romans 8:19-22, by the Rev. James A. Wallace
V. History of the Girondists, or Personal Memoirs of the Patriots of the French Revolution, by Col. Wm. F. Hutson
VI. On the Manna of the Israelites, by the Rev. E.F. Rockwell
VII. The Certainty of the World’s Conversion, by the Rev. J.L. Wilson, Missionary at Gaboon, West Africa
VIII. Critical Notices

Volume II.—NO. 4., March 1849.
I. Paul’s Preaching at Athens, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell
II. On the Scene in Revelation, Chapters IV and V, by the Rev. E.F. Rockwell
III. Parochial Schools, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth
IV. A Plea for Amusements, by Col. W.F. Hutson
V. Romans, 9th Chapter, I-V Verses, by Rev. S.L. Graham, D.D.
VI. The Christian Doctrine of Human Rights and Slavery, by the Rev. John B. Adger
VII. Paul’s Rebuke of Ananias, by Gen. V.D.V. Jamison
VIII. Critical Notices

  Volume III.—NO. 1., July 1849.  I. Denominational Education, by the Rev. Robert J. Breckinridge, D.D.  II. The Pelagian Controversy, by the Rev. Enoch Pond, D.D. III.  A Plea for Doctrine as the Instrument of Sanctification , by the Rev. B.M. Palmer IV. The Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal in England, by the Rev. Thomas Curtis, D.D.  V. The Mexican War Reviewed on Christian Principles, by Philip Berry VI. The Unity of the Race, by the Rev. George Howe, D.D.   Volume III.—NO. 2., October 1849.   I. On the Means of Preventing War, by Philip Berry  II. Christian Principle in Relation to Mental Culture, by Samuel C. Pharr III. Church and State, Part I, by the Rev. Benjamin Morgan Palmer IV. Ethnography, by the Rev. George Howe, D.D. V. The Philosophy of Religion, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell, D.D. VI. Critical Notices   Volume III.—NO. 3., January 1850.   I. North and South, by the Rev. Abner A. Porter, D.D.  II. The Dead Sea, by the Rev. James A. Wallace  III.  Critical Remarks on the Institution of the Lord’s Supper , by the Rev. W.M. Smythe  IV. The Mark of Cain and the Curse of Ham, by Anonymous  V. Nott’s Lectures, by Anonymous  VI. The Philosophy of Religion, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell VII. Critical Notices   Volume III.—NO. 4., April 1850.   I. Church and State, Part II, by the Rev. Benjamin M. Palmer II. Thoughts upon the Priesthood of Christ, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell III. On the Origin of the Name Assyria, by the Rev. E.F. Frink  IV. Missionary Zeal, by the Rev. John B. Adger V. The Primitive Revelation of a Divine and Incarnate Saviour, traced in the History and Rites of Bacchus, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth VI. Critical Notices

Volume III.—NO. 1., July 1849.
I. Denominational Education, by the Rev. Robert J. Breckinridge, D.D.
II. The Pelagian Controversy, by the Rev. Enoch Pond, D.D.
III. A Plea for Doctrine as the Instrument of Sanctification, by the Rev. B.M. Palmer
IV. The Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal in England, by the Rev. Thomas Curtis, D.D.
V. The Mexican War Reviewed on Christian Principles, by Philip Berry
VI. The Unity of the Race, by the Rev. George Howe, D.D.

Volume III.—NO. 2., October 1849.

I. On the Means of Preventing War, by Philip Berry
II. Christian Principle in Relation to Mental Culture, by Samuel C. Pharr
III. Church and State, Part I, by the Rev. Benjamin Morgan Palmer
IV. Ethnography, by the Rev. George Howe, D.D.
V. The Philosophy of Religion, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell, D.D.
VI. Critical Notices

Volume III.—NO. 3., January 1850.

I. North and South, by the Rev. Abner A. Porter, D.D.
II. The Dead Sea, by the Rev. James A. Wallace
III. Critical Remarks on the Institution of the Lord’s Supper, by the Rev. W.M. Smythe
IV. The Mark of Cain and the Curse of Ham, by Anonymous
V. Nott’s Lectures, by Anonymous
VI. The Philosophy of Religion, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell
VII. Critical Notices

Volume III.—NO. 4., April 1850.

I. Church and State, Part II, by the Rev. Benjamin M. Palmer
II. Thoughts upon the Priesthood of Christ, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell
III. On the Origin of the Name Assyria, by the Rev. E.F. Frink
IV. Missionary Zeal, by the Rev. John B. Adger
V. The Primitive Revelation of a Divine and Incarnate Saviour, traced in the History and Rites of Bacchus, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth
VI. Critical Notices

  Volume IV.—NO. 1., July 1850.  I. A Presbyterian Clergyman Looking for the Church II. The Life and Death of Francis Turrettin  III. Thirty-Third Annual Report of the American Bible Society, May, 1849 IV. Educational Policy of South Carolina  V. Remarks on 1 Corinthians, xv. 32 VI. Slavery and the Religious Instruction of the Coloured Population  VII. Critical Notices   Volume IV.—NO. 2., October 1850.  I. Philosophy in the Church  II. Reflections upon Heaven  III.  Form and Spirit , by S.J.P. Anderson IV. Christianity Vindicated from the Charge of Fanaticism V. The Languages of Southern Europe  VI. The Resurrection of Jesus—An Anti-Unitarian Argument  VII. The Genuineness of the Pentateuch VIII. Critical Notices   Volume IV.—NO. 3., January 1851.  I. Education, Inaugural Address, delivered by Thomas Curtis, D.D.  II. Objections to the German Transcendental Philosophy, by Enoch Pond, D.D.  III. The Variety of Shakspeare—The Works of William Shakspeare, by S.J.P. Anderson IV. The Unity of the Human Race, by A.A. Porter  V. John Foster, by J.R. Kendrick  VI. Ancient and Scripture Chronology, by Anonymous VII. Critical Notices   Volume IV.—NO. 4., April 1851.   I. The Plenary Inspiration of the Scriptures, by the Rev. John B. Adger  II. Matthew xxiii. 29, by the Rev. James Henley Thornwell, D.D.  III. The Free Grace of God and the Free Will of Man, by the Rev. E.F. Rockwell IV. God in Christ, by the Rev. Thomas E. Peck V. John Howard, by J.B. Ross VI.  Notes on the Miracles of our Lord,  by the Rev. S.J.P. Anderson VII. Critical Notices

Volume IV.—NO. 1., July 1850.
I. A Presbyterian Clergyman Looking for the Church
II. The Life and Death of Francis Turrettin
III. Thirty-Third Annual Report of the American Bible Society, May, 1849
IV. Educational Policy of South Carolina
V. Remarks on 1 Corinthians, xv. 32
VI. Slavery and the Religious Instruction of the Coloured Population
VII. Critical Notices

Volume IV.—NO. 2., October 1850.
I. Philosophy in the Church
II. Reflections upon Heaven
III. Form and Spirit, by S.J.P. Anderson
IV. Christianity Vindicated from the Charge of Fanaticism
V. The Languages of Southern Europe
VI. The Resurrection of Jesus—An Anti-Unitarian Argument
VII. The Genuineness of the Pentateuch
VIII. Critical Notices

Volume IV.—NO. 3., January 1851.
I. Education, Inaugural Address, delivered by Thomas Curtis, D.D.
II. Objections to the German Transcendental Philosophy, by Enoch Pond, D.D.
III. The Variety of Shakspeare—The Works of William Shakspeare, by S.J.P. Anderson
IV. The Unity of the Human Race, by A.A. Porter
V. John Foster, by J.R. Kendrick
VI. Ancient and Scripture Chronology, by Anonymous
VII. Critical Notices

Volume IV.—NO. 4., April 1851.
I. The Plenary Inspiration of the Scriptures, by the Rev. John B. Adger
II. Matthew xxiii. 29, by the Rev. James Henley Thornwell, D.D.
III. The Free Grace of God and the Free Will of Man, by the Rev. E.F. Rockwell
IV. God in Christ, by the Rev. Thomas E. Peck
V. John Howard, by J.B. Ross
VI. Notes on the Miracles of our Lord, by the Rev. S.J.P. Anderson
VII. Critical Notices

  Volume V.—NO. 1., July 1851.  I. Domestic Literature, by the Rev. Samuel J. Cassells II.. Validity of Popish Baptism, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell III. The Millennium, by the Rev. Elijah F. Frink IV. The Credibility and Plenary Inspiration of the Scriptures, by the Rev. John B. Adger  V. The Harmony of Revelation and Natural Science, Part I, by the Rev. L.W. Green, D.D.  VI. Foot-Prints of the Creator, or the Asterolepis of Stromness, by Prof. R.T. Brumby  VII. Critical Notices   Volume V.—NO. 2., October 1851.  I. Validity of Popish Baptism, continued, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell II. Chivalry and Civilization, by J.P. Tusten III. The Life of Thomas Paine, by the Rev. Dr. Thomas Curtis IV. Relations of Christianity to the Legal Profession, by Anonymous  V. Scripturalism and Rationalism, by S.W. Stanfield  VI. The Harmony of Revelation and Natural Science, Part II, by the Rev. L.W. Green, D.D.  VII. Correspondence regarding the Palmetto Regiment, by the Rev. Thomas Curtis, et al.  VIII. Critical Notices   Volume V.—NO. 3., January 1852.  I. Validity of Popish Baptism, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell  II.  Arminianism Restrictive of Divine Free Agency,  by the Rev. Samuel J. Cassells  III.  Report on Slavery , by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell IV. Sermons of the Late Rev. Benjamin F. Stanton, by the Rev. J.G. Shepperson  V. Evidence of the Degradation of Animals, by Prof. R.T. Brumby  VI. Critical Notices   Volume V.—NO. 4., April 1852.  I. The Harmony of Revelation and Natural Science, Part III, by the Rev. L.W. Green, D.D. II. Pronunciation of Greek, by Elias Riggs III. The Character of Moses, by W.T. Hamilton IV. Remarks upon the Will, with Some Strictures upon the Opinions of McCosh, by the Rev. Samuel J. Cassells V. Analogy of the Southern Language of Europe with the Latin, by V.H. Manget VI. The Unity of the Human Race, by the Rev. S.J.P. Anderson  VII. Critical Notices

Volume V.—NO. 1., July 1851.
I. Domestic Literature, by the Rev. Samuel J. Cassells
II.. Validity of Popish Baptism, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell
III. The Millennium, by the Rev. Elijah F. Frink
IV. The Credibility and Plenary Inspiration of the Scriptures, by the Rev. John B. Adger
V. The Harmony of Revelation and Natural Science, Part I, by the Rev. L.W. Green, D.D.
VI. Foot-Prints of the Creator, or the Asterolepis of Stromness, by Prof. R.T. Brumby
VII. Critical Notices

Volume V.—NO. 2., October 1851.
I. Validity of Popish Baptism, continued, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell
II. Chivalry and Civilization, by J.P. Tusten
III. The Life of Thomas Paine, by the Rev. Dr. Thomas Curtis
IV. Relations of Christianity to the Legal Profession, by Anonymous
V. Scripturalism and Rationalism, by S.W. Stanfield
VI. The Harmony of Revelation and Natural Science, Part II, by the Rev. L.W. Green, D.D.
VII. Correspondence regarding the Palmetto Regiment, by the Rev. Thomas Curtis, et al.
VIII. Critical Notices

Volume V.—NO. 3., January 1852.
I. Validity of Popish Baptism, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell
II. Arminianism Restrictive of Divine Free Agency, by the Rev. Samuel J. Cassells
III. Report on Slavery, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell
IV. Sermons of the Late Rev. Benjamin F. Stanton, by the Rev. J.G. Shepperson
V. Evidence of the Degradation of Animals, by Prof. R.T. Brumby
VI. Critical Notices

Volume V.—NO. 4., April 1852.
I. The Harmony of Revelation and Natural Science, Part III, by the Rev. L.W. Green, D.D.
II. Pronunciation of Greek, by Elias Riggs
III. The Character of Moses, by W.T. Hamilton
IV. Remarks upon the Will, with Some Strictures upon the Opinions of McCosh, by the Rev. Samuel J. Cassells
V. Analogy of the Southern Language of Europe with the Latin, by V.H. Manget
VI. The Unity of the Human Race, by the Rev. S.J.P. Anderson
VII. Critical Notices

  Volume VI.-NO. 1., July 1852.   I.  Spiritual Beneficence, by the Rev. Enoch Pond, D.D.  II. Unconditional Decrees, by the Rev. Samuel J. Cassells III. The Ceaseless Activity of Matter, by Prof. R.J. Brumby IV.  An Inquiry;-Are the Wicked Immortal?, by the Rev. S.C. Pharr   V.  An Address before the Society of Missionary Inquiry, by Anonymous  VI. Necrology.-Memoir of the Rev'd James White Stephenson, D.D., by the Rev. J.A. Wallace       Necrology.- Memoir of the late Rev'd Thomas Reese, D.D. , of So. Carolina, by J.R. Witherspoon VII.  Reason and Future Punishment, by the Rev. John M. Lowrie  VIII.   Critical Notices   Volume VI.-NO. 2., October 1852.   I.  Principles of Christian Economy, by the Rev. Robert L. Dabney II. The Consolations of Survivors in the Death of the Pious, by the Rev. J.R. Gilland III. The Doctrine of Future Punishment, Part I, by the Rev. C.R. Vaughn IV. Reverend Robert Hall, by Anonymous V. Baconianism and the Bible, by the Rev. Benjamin M. Palmer  VI. The Phenomena of Freezing Water in the Book of Job, by Prof. E.F. Rockwell VII. The Holy Scriptures, by the Rev. Samuel J. Cassells  VIII. The a]gaqon of Scripture; or, the Rule, Basis and Effects of Spiritual Virtue, by the Rev. S.C. Pharr  IX. Critical Notices      Volume VI.-NO. 3., January 1853.  I. The Claims of the English Language, by the Rev. Benjamin M. Palmer  II. Unregeneracy in the Ministry, by Anonymous III. The Doctrine of Future Punishment, Part II, by the Rev. C.R. Vaughn IV. Inspiration  versus  Morell's Theory, by Thomas G. Carver  V.  The Presbyterian Church and Foreign Missions , by the Rev. John M. Lowrie  VI. Our Ecclesiastical Literature, by the Rev. John H. Bocock  VII. Necrology-Rev. William H. Barr, D.D., by the Hon. A. Bowie VIII. Critical Notices    Volume VI.-NO. 4., April 1853.   I. Conscience-Its Nature, Office and Authority, by the Rev. Samuel J. Cassells II. Uniqueness and Superiority of our Lord's Teaching, by W.A. Scott     III. On the Nature and Importance of a Christian Profession, and Its Connexion with Membership in the Visible Church, by the Rev. John G. Shepperson IV. The Unpardonable Sin, by the Rev. John B. Ross V.  Mercantile Morals, by E.P. Rogers VI. Necrology-Rev. John Simpson, by Anonymous  VII. Mormonism, by the Rev. Benjamin M. Palmer, D.D.   VIII. Critical Notices  

Volume VI.-NO. 1., July 1852.

I.  Spiritual Beneficence, by the Rev. Enoch Pond, D.D. 
II. Unconditional Decrees, by the Rev. Samuel J. Cassells
III. The Ceaseless Activity of Matter, by Prof. R.J. Brumby
IV.  An Inquiry;-Are the Wicked Immortal?, by the Rev. S.C. Pharr  
V.  An Address before the Society of Missionary Inquiry, by Anonymous 
VI. Necrology.-Memoir of the Rev'd James White Stephenson, D.D., by the Rev. J.A. Wallace
Necrology.-Memoir of the late Rev'd Thomas Reese, D.D., of So. Carolina, by J.R. Witherspoon
VII.  Reason and Future Punishment, by the Rev. John M. Lowrie 
VIII.   Critical Notices

Volume VI.-NO. 2., October 1852. 
I.  Principles of Christian Economy, by the Rev. Robert L. Dabney
II. The Consolations of Survivors in the Death of the Pious, by the Rev. J.R. Gilland
III. The Doctrine of Future Punishment, Part I, by the Rev. C.R. Vaughn
IV. Reverend Robert Hall, by Anonymous
V. Baconianism and the Bible, by the Rev. Benjamin M. Palmer 
VI. The Phenomena of Freezing Water in the Book of Job, by Prof. E.F. Rockwell
VII. The Holy Scriptures, by the Rev. Samuel J. Cassells 
VIII. The a]gaqon of Scripture; or, the Rule, Basis and Effects of Spiritual Virtue, by the Rev. S.C. Pharr 
IX. Critical Notices   

Volume VI.-NO. 3., January 1853.
I. The Claims of the English Language, by the Rev. Benjamin M. Palmer 
II. Unregeneracy in the Ministry, by Anonymous
III. The Doctrine of Future Punishment, Part II, by the Rev. C.R. Vaughn
IV. Inspiration versus Morell's Theory, by Thomas G. Carver 
V. The Presbyterian Church and Foreign Missions, by the Rev. John M. Lowrie 
VI. Our Ecclesiastical Literature, by the Rev. John H. Bocock 
VII. Necrology-Rev. William H. Barr, D.D., by the Hon. A. Bowie
VIII. Critical Notices
 
Volume VI.-NO. 4., April 1853. 
I. Conscience-Its Nature, Office and Authority, by the Rev. Samuel J. Cassells
II. Uniqueness and Superiority of our Lord's Teaching, by W.A. Scott    
III. On the Nature and Importance of a Christian Profession, and Its Connexion with Membership in the Visible Church, by the Rev. John G. Shepperson
IV. The Unpardonable Sin, by the Rev. John B. Ross
V. Mercantile Morals, by E.P. Rogers
VI. Necrology-Rev. John Simpson, by Anonymous 
VII. Mormonism, by the Rev. Benjamin M. Palmer, D.D.  
VIII. Critical Notices  

  Volume VII.—NO. 1., July 1853.   I.  Paley’s Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy , by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell II. Orthodoxy in New England, by E.P. Rogers III. The Necessity and Importance of Controversy , by the Rev. Thomas Smyth   IV. The Philosophy of Life, by Anonymous  V. The Relation of Justice to Benevolence in Conduct of Society, by the Rev. S.J. Cassells VI. The Secondary and Collateral Influences of the Bible, by the Rev. George Howe  VII. The Final Destiny of the Globe, by the Rev. E.F. Rockwell VIII. Correspondence     IX.Critical Notices      Volume VII.—NO. 2., October 1853.   I. The Reformation in England, by the Rev. John H. Bocock  II. Action and Reaction of Mind and Body, as affecting Insanity, by James McFadden Gaston, M.D.    III. Who are Members of the Visible Church?, by John G. Shepperson  IV. The Sufficiency of the Scriptures:  Rationalism and Traditionalism, by the Rev. Thomas E. Peck V. Address to the Society of Alumni of Union Theological Seminary, Va., on the Simplicity of Pulpit Style, by the Rev. Robert L. Dabney  VI. The Province of Reason, especially in Matters of Religion, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth VII. Critical Notices    Volume VII.—NO. 3., January 1854.   I.Responsibility for Opinions, by the Rev. John B. Adger  II. The Bible and Not Reason, the Only Certain and Authoritative Source of Our Knowledge, Even of the Existence of God, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth III. The Obstacles to Ministerial Piety, by E.P. Rogers IV. The Primitive State, Character and Happiness of Man, by the Rev. Samuel C. Pharr  V. The Bible, by D.H. Hill VI. Consolation, by the Rev. Andrew F. Dickson VII.Public Instruction in South Carolina, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell  VIII.Critical Notices   Volume VII.—NO. 4., April 1854.   I. The Bible, not Reason, the Only Authoritative Source and Stand of Knowledge of the Nature of God, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth II. Report on Collegiate Education, by the Hon. A. Bowie III. Notice of the Dead Sea, by Anonymous  IV. The Unity of the Church, by the Rev. John G. Shepperson V. The Metaphysical and Scriptural Argument for the State, between Death and Resurrection, by the Rev. Thomas Curtis VI. Historical Sketch of the Weekly Sabbath, by the Rev. Enoch Pond VII. Critical Notices

Volume VII.—NO. 1., July 1853.

I. Paley’s Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell
II. Orthodoxy in New England, by E.P. Rogers
III.The Necessity and Importance of Controversy, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth  
IV. The Philosophy of Life, by Anonymous 
V. The Relation of Justice to Benevolence in Conduct of Society, by the Rev. S.J. Cassells
VI. The Secondary and Collateral Influences of the Bible, by the Rev. George Howe 
VII. The Final Destiny of the Globe, by the Rev. E.F. Rockwell
VIII. Correspondence    
IX.Critical Notices   

Volume VII.—NO. 2., October 1853. 
I. The Reformation in England, by the Rev. John H. Bocock 
II. Action and Reaction of Mind and Body, as affecting Insanity, by James McFadden Gaston, M.D.   
III. Who are Members of the Visible Church?, by John G. Shepperson 
IV. The Sufficiency of the Scriptures:  Rationalism and Traditionalism, by the Rev. Thomas E. Peck
V. Address to the Society of Alumni of Union Theological Seminary, Va., on the Simplicity of Pulpit Style, by the Rev. Robert L. Dabney 
VI. The Province of Reason, especially in Matters of Religion, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth
VII. Critical Notices 

Volume VII.—NO. 3., January 1854. 
I.Responsibility for Opinions, by the Rev. John B. Adger 
II. The Bible and Not Reason, the Only Certain and Authoritative Source of Our Knowledge, Even of the Existence of God, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth
III. The Obstacles to Ministerial Piety, by E.P. Rogers
IV. The Primitive State, Character and Happiness of Man, by the Rev. Samuel C. Pharr 
V. The Bible, by D.H. Hill
VI. Consolation, by the Rev. Andrew F. Dickson
VII.Public Instruction in South Carolina, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell 
VIII.Critical Notices

Volume VII.—NO. 4., April 1854. 
I. The Bible, not Reason, the Only Authoritative Source and Stand of Knowledge of the Nature of God, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth
II. Report on Collegiate Education, by the Hon. A. Bowie
III. Notice of the Dead Sea, by Anonymous 
IV. The Unity of the Church, by the Rev. John G. Shepperson
V. The Metaphysical and Scriptural Argument for the State, between Death and Resurrection, by the Rev. Thomas Curtis
VI. Historical Sketch of the Weekly Sabbath, by the Rev. Enoch Pond
VII. Critical Notices