Muller Bibliography Chronologically Ordered

Muller, Richard A. “Perkins’ a Golden Chaine : Predestinarian System of Schematized Ordo Salutis.” Sixteenth Century Journal 9 (1978): 69–81.

—— “Duplex Cognitio Dei in the Theology of Early Reformed Orthodoxy.” Sixteenth Century Journal 10 (1979): 51–61.

—— “The Foundation of Calvin’s Theology : Scripture as Revealing God’s Word.” Duke Divinity School Review 44 (1979): 14–23.

—— “Covenant and Conscience in English Reformed Theology: Three Variations on a 17th Century Theme.” Westminster Theological Journal 42 (1980): 308–34.

—— “Christ and the Eschaton : Calvin and Moltmann on the Duration of the Munus Regium.” Harvard Theological Review 74 (1981): 31–59.

—— “The Spirit and the Covenant: John Gill’s Critique of the Pactum Salutis.” Foundations 24 (1981): 4–14.

——  “The Federal Motif in Seventeenth-Century Arminian Theology.” Nederlands archief voor kerkgeschiedenis 62 (1982): 102–22.

—— “Christ – the Revelation Or the Revealer : Brunner and Reformed Orthodoxy on the Doctrine of the Word of God.” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 26 (1983): 307–19.

—— “Incarnation, Immutability, and the Case for Classical Theism.” Westminster Theological Journal 45 (1983): 22–40.

—— “Henry Boynton Smith : Christocentric Theologian.” Journal of Presbyterian History 61 (1983): 429–44.

—— Christ and the Decree: Christology and Predestination in Reformed Theology From Calvin to Perkins. Durham, N.C.: Labyrinth Press, 1984.

—— “Vera Philosophia Cum Sacra Theologia Nusquam Pugnat: Keckermann on Philosophy, Theology, and the Problem of Double Truth.” Sixteenth Century Journal 15 (1984): 341–65.

—— Dictionary of Latin and Greek Theological Terms: Drawn Principally From Protestant Scholastic Theology. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Book House, 1985.

—— “Giving Direction to Theology: The Scholastic Dimension.” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 28 (1985): 183–93.

—— Christ and the Decree: Christology and Predestination in Reformed Theology From Calvin to Perkins. Durham, N.C.: Labyrinth Press, 1986.

—— “Emanuel V. Gerhart on the “Christ-Idea” as Fundamental Principle.” Westminster Theological Journal 48 (1986): 97–117.

——  “Scholasticism Protestant and Catholic: Francis Turretin on the Object and Principles of Theology.” Church History 55 (1986): 193–205.

Bradley, James E, and Richard A. Muller, (eds.) Church, Word and Spirit: Historical and Theological Essays in Honor of Geoffrey W. Bromiley. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1987.

—— Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Book House, 1987.

—— “What I Haven’t Learned From Barth.” Reformed Journal 37 (1987): 16–18.

——  “The Christological Problem in the Thought of Jacobus Arminius.” Nederlands Archief voor Kerkgeschiedenis 68 (1988): 145–63.

—— “Arminius and the Scholastic Tradition.” Calvin Theological Journal 24 (1989): 263–77.

—— “Karl Barth and the Path of Theology Into the Twentieth Century: Historical Observations.” Westminster Theological Journal 51 (1989): 25–50.

Klauber, Martin I. “Continuity and Discontinuity in Post-Reformation Reformed Theology: An Evaluation of the Muller Thesis.” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 33 (1990): 467–75.

—— “Fides and Cognitio in Relation to the Problem of Intellect and Will in the Theology of John Calvin.” Calvin Theological Journal 25 (1990): 207–24.

—— “The Barth Legacy: New Athanasius Or Origen Redivivus? A Response to T F. Torrance.” The Thomist 54 (1990): 673–704.

—— “The Hermeneutic of Promise and Fulfillment in Calvin’s Exegesis of the Old Testament Prophecies of the Kingdom.” In The Bible in the Sixteenth Century, edited by David C. Steinmetz, 68–82. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1990.

—— God, Creation, and Providence in the Thought of Jacob Arminius: Sources and Directions of Scholastic Protestantism in the Era of Early Orthodoxy. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Book House, 1991.

—— “The Christological Problem as Addressed By Friedrich Schleiermacher: A Dogmatic Query.” In Perspectives on Christology: Essays in Honor of Paul K. Jewett, edited by Marguerite Richard A. Muller Shuster, Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1991.

Shuster, Marguerite Richard A. Muller, (ed.) Perspectives on Christology: Essays in Honor of Paul K. Jewett. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1991.

—— The Study of Theology: From Biblical Interpretation to Contemporary Formulation. Foundations of Contemporary Interpretation  vol. 7. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan Pub. House, 1991.

—— “God, Predestination, and the Integrity of the Created Order: A Note on Patterns in Arminius’ Theology.” In Later Calvinism, 431–46. Kirksville, Mo: Sixteenth Century Journal Publishers, 1994.

—— “The Study of Theology Revisited: A Response to John Frame.” Westminster Theological Journal 56 (1994): 409–17.

—— “The Covenant of Works and the Stability of Divine Law in Seventeenth-Century Reformed Orthodoxy: A Study in the Theology of Herman Witsius and Wihelmus a Brakel.” Calvin Theological Journal 29 (1994): 75–101.

—— Scholasticism and Orthodoxy in the Reformed Tradition: An Attempt At Definition. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Calvin Theological Seminary, 1995.

——, and James E. Bradley. Church History: An Introduction to Research, Reference Works and Methods. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1995.

—— “The Myth of “Decretal Theology” Calvin Theological Journal 30 (1995): 159–67.

—— “Calvin and the ‘Calvinists:’  Assessing Continuities and Discontinuities Between the Reformation and Orthodoxy.” Calvin Theological Journal 30 (1995): 345–75.

—— “The Era of Protestant Orthodoxy.” In Theological Education in the Evangelical Tradition, edited by D. G. Hart, and Jr. R Albert Mohler, 103–28. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1996.

—— “The Significance of Precritical Exegesis: Retrospect and Prospect.” In Biblical Interpretation in the Era of the Reformation, 335–45. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1996.

——, and John L. Thompson, (eds.) Biblical Interpretation in the Era of the Reformation: Essays Presented to David C. Steinmetz in Honor of His Sixtieth Birthday. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1996.

—— “Calvin and the ‘Calvinists:’ Assessing Continuities and Discontinuities Between the Reformation and Orthodoxy.” Calvin Theological Journal 31 (1996): 125–60.

—— “Found (No Thanks to Theodore Beza): One ‘Decretal’ Theology.” Calvin Theological Journal 32 (1997): 145–51.

—— “‘Scimus Enim Quod Lex Spiritualis Est’: Melanchthon and Calvin on the Interpretation of Romans 7.14–23.” In Philip Melancththon (1497–1560) and the Commentary, edited by Timothy J. Wengert, and M. Patrick Graham, 216–37. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1997.

—— “Scholasticism, Reformation, Orthodoxy, and the Persistence of Christian Aristotelianism.” Trinity Journal (1998): 81–96.

—— Ad Fontes Argumentorium: The Sources of Reformed Theology in the 17th Century: [Inaugural Lecture on Assuming the Post of Visiting Professor of the Belle Van Zuylen Chair At the Faculty of Theology of Utrecht University Delivered Wednesday 11 May 1999]. Utrechtse Theologische Reeks ; 40. Utrecht: Faculteit der Godgeleerdheid Universiteit Utrecht, 1999.

—— “The Use and Abuse of a Document: Beza’s Tabula Praedestinationis, the Bolsec Controversy, and the Origins of Reformed Orthodoxy.” In Protestant Scholasticism: Essays in Reassessment, edited by Carl R. Trueman, and R. Scott Clark, 33–61. Paternoster, 1999.

—— The Unaccommodated Calvin: Studies in the Foundation of a Theological Tradition. New York Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000.

—— “The Problem of Protestant Scholasticism—a Review and Definition.” In Reformation and Scholasticism, 45–64. Grand Rapids: Baker Bk House, 2001.

—— “Reformation, Orthodoxy, ‘Christian Aristotlianism,’ and the Eclecticism of Early Modern Philosophy.” Nederlands Archief voor Kerkgeschiedenis 81 (2001): 306–25.

—— “Directions in Current Calvin Research.” Religious Studies Review 27 (2001): 131–39.

—— “The Starting Point of Calvin’s Theology: An Essay-Review.” Calvin Theological Journal 36 (2001): 314–41.

—— Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics: The Rise and Development of Reformed Orthodoxy, Ca. 1520 to Ca. 1725. 2nd ed. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Academics, 2003.

—— After Calvin: Studies in the Development of a Theological Tradition. Oxford Studies in Historical Theology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003.

—— “The Placement of Predestination in Reformed Theology: Issue Or Non-Issue?” Calvin Theological Journal 40 (2005): 184–210.

—— “A Note on ‘Christocentrism’ and the Imprudent Use of Such Terminology.” Westminster Theological Journal 68 (2006): 253–60.

—— “Divine Covenants, Absolute and Conditional: John Cameron and the Early Orthodox Development of Reformed Covenant Theology.” Mid-America Journal of Theology 17 (2006): 11–56.

—— “Toward the Pactum Salutis: Locating the Origins of a Concept.” Mid-America Journal of Theology 18 (2007): 11–65.

——, and Rowland S. Ward. Scripture and Worship: Biblical Interpretation and the Directory for Worship. Phillipsburg: P&R Publishing, 2007.

—— “Unity and Distinction: The Nature of God in the Theology of Lucas Trelcatius, Jr.” Reformation & Renaissance Review 10 (2008): 315–41.

—— “Arminius and the Reformed Tradition.” Westminster Theological Journal 70 (2008): 19–48.

—— “A Tale of Two Wills: Calvin and Amyraut on Ezekiel 18:23.” Calvin Theological Journal 44 (2009): 211–25.

—— “Calvin on Sacramental Presence, in the Shadow of Marburg and Zurich.” Lutheran Quarterly 23 (2009): 147–67.

—— “Reflections on Persistent Whiggism and Its Antidotes in the Study of Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Intellectual History.” In Seeing Things Their Way, 134–153. Notre Dame, IN: Univerity of Notre Dame Press, 2009.

Stanglin, Keith D., and Richard A. Muller. “Bibliographia Arminiana: A Comprehensive, Annotated Bibliography of the Works of Arminius.” In Arminius, Arminianism, and Europe, 263–90. Leiden: Brill, 2009.

—— “God as Absolute and Relative, Necessary, Free, and Contingent: The Ad Intra-Ad Extra Movement of Seventeenth-Century Reformed Language About God.” In Always Reformed: Essays in Honor of W. Robert Godfrey, edited by R. Scott Clark, and Joel E. Kim, 56–73. Escondido: Westminster Seminary California, 2010.

—— “From Zürich Or From Wittenberg? An Examination of Calvin’s Early Eucharistic Thought.” Calvin Theological Journal 45 (2010): 243–55.

—— “Philip Doddridge and the Formulation of Calvinistic Theology in an Era of Rationalism and Deconfessionalization.” In Religion, Politics and Dissent, 1660–1832, 65–84. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2010

—— “Thomas Barlow on the Liabilities of ‘New Philosophy’: Perceptions of a Rebellious Ancilla in the Era of Protestant Orthodoxy.” In Scholasticism Reformed: Essays in Honour of Willem J. Van Asselt, edited by M. Wisse, M. Sarot, and W. Otten, 179–95. Leiden: Brill, 2010.

—— “Jonathan Edwards and the Absence of Free Choice: A Parting of Ways in the Reformed Tradition,” Jonathan Edwards Studies 1, no. 1 (2011): 3–22.

——Calvin and the Reformed Tradition: On the Work of Christ and the Order of Salvation (Grand Rapids: Baker, 2012).

——“Not Scotist: Understandings of Being, Univocity, and Analogy in Early-Modern Reformed Thought,” Renaissance and Reformation Review 14.2 (2012): 127–50.

—— “Beyond Hypothetical Universalism: Moïse Amyraut (1596–1664) on Faith, Reason, and Ethics” in Martin I. Klauber, ed., The theology of the French Reformed churches : from Henri IV to the revocation of the Edict of Nantes. Grand Rapids: Reformation Heritage Books, 2014.

—— “An “immeasurably superior” rhetoric: biblical and homiletical oratory in Calvin’s sermons on the history of Melchizedek and Abraham” in Arie C. Leder, ed., Biblical interpretation and doctrinal formulation in the reformed tradition : essays in honor of James A. De Jong. Grand Rapids: Reformation Heritage Books, 2014.

——  “Jonathan Edwards and Francis Turretin on Necessity, Contingency, and Freedom of Will. In Response to Paul Helm,Jonathan Edwards Studies 4, no. 3 (2014): 266–85.

—— “The Rational Defence and Exposition of Christianity: Thomas Blackwell and Scottish Orthodoxy in the Early Eighteenth Century” in Aaron C. Denlinger, ed., Reformed orthodoxy in Scotland: essays on Scottish theology 1560–1775. London/New York: Bloomsbury/T&T Clark, 2015.

— “Directions in the Study of Early Modern Reformed Thought” Perichoresis 14.3 (2016): 3-16.

—— “Reformed Theologies. Reformed Theology between 1600 and 1800” in Ulrich L. Lehner, ed. The Oxford handbook of early modern theology, 1600–1800. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016.

—— Divine Will and Human Choice: Freedom, Contingency, and Necessity in Early Modern Reformed Thought. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic. 2017.

—— “Calvin On Divine Attributes: A Question Of Terminology and Method,” Westminster Theological Journal 80 (2018): 199–218.

—— “Was it really viral?: Natural Theology in the Early Modern Reformed Tradition” in Crossing Traditions: Essays on the Reformation and Intellectual History in Honour of Irena Backus. Edited by Maria Cristina Pitassi, Daniela Solfaroli Camillocci, and Arthur Huiban. Studies in Medieval and Reformation Traditions, Volume 212. Leiden: Brill, 2018.

——”Kuyper and Bavinck on Natural Theology,” Bavinck Review 10 (2019): 5–35.

——“Sir Matthew Hale on the Nature of Knowledge and the Relation of Natural to Supernatural Theology.” Mid-America Journal of Theology 30 (2019): 49–71.

——“Neither Libertarian nor Compatibilist: A Response to Paul Helm.” Journal of Reformed Theology 13 (2019): 267–86.

——“Not of Private Interpretation: Scripture and Tradition in Reformation and Early Modern Protestantism.” Christian Studies 31 (2019): 29–43.

—— Grace and Freedom: William Perkins and the Early Modern Reformed Understanding of Free Choice and Divine Grace. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2020.

——Lehner, Ulrich L, Richard A Muller, and A. G Roeber, eds. The Oxford Handbook of Early Modern Theology, 1600-1800. Oxford Handbooks. New York: Oxford University Press, 2020.

——”Eusebius of Caesarea and the ‘Third Race:’ Christianity, Hellenization, and a Harnackian Irony,” Mid-America Journal of Theology, 31 (2020): 7-26.

——“Foreknowledge and the Divine Counsel in Calvin’s Exegesis of Acts 2:23 and 4:28.” In Teaching Reformation: Essays in Honor of Timothy J. Wengert. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, (2021), 122–42.

—— “John Preston on the Purpose and Place of the Natural Knowledge of God.” Calvin Theological Journal 57.2 (2022): 247–70

——“Traditio and Paradosis vs. Humanas Traditiones: Calvin on the Problem of Tradition.” Mid-America Journal of Theology 33 (2022): 5–30.

—— Divine Will and Human Choice: Freedom, Contingency, and Necessity in Early Modern Reformed Thought. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2022.

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