THE MEDIATORIAL REIGN OF CHRIST HOMEPAGE.
"Neither doe I beleeve, that the Magistrate is not subordinate to the Kingdome of Christ, as mediator, but subordinate to God as Creator onely."—Samuel Rutherfurd, The Due Right of Presbyteries. (1644).
Works on the Mediatorial Reign of Christ:
Messiah, Governor of the Nations of the Earth:-1803-Alexander McLeod.-A discourse on the Mediatorial character of Christ and the importance of this doctrine with respect to the duty of nations favored with the light of the Gospel.
The Subjection of Kings and Nations to Messiah.-1820-James Renwick Willson.-An excellent presentation of the doctrine of the Mediatorial reign of Christ and its implications for all nations and kingdoms. This is the Covenanter postmillennial vision.
Prince Messiah’s Claims to Dominion Over All Governments: and the Disregard of his Authority by the United States, in the Federal Constitution.-1832-James Renwick Willson.-Two essays: the first, examining the claims of Christ over the nations; and, the second, the application of these claims to the present constitution of the civil government in the United States.
Regnum Lapis, or the Kingdom of the Stone.-1841-Archibald Johnston (1793-1818).-Written both as part of his exercises for ordination and for the Argumentative portion of the "American" Testimony, this production was suppressed by "New Lights" because of its careful and discriminating exegesis of the doctrine of Christ's mediatorial reign and its implications.
The Reformed Presbyterian Catechism.-1853-William L. Roberts.-An excellent overview of Reformed Presbyterian principles set in a catechetical form. Roberts covers many forgotten and neglected topics which are of important to the life and identity of the Covenanter church.
Jesus "Crowned with Glory and Honour."-1855-Thomas Martin (1805-1879).-A catechism upon the various principles of the Reformed Presbyterian Church giving a clear and simple presentation of them together with a survey of its history with emphasis on the mediatorial reign of Christ.
Christ's Mediatorial Dominion; or, What Our Standards Teach in Relation to the Headship, or Dominion of Christ the Mediator.-1863-John McAuley.-A short article by McAuley tracing the teaching of the Westminster Standards on the subject of the Mediatorial reign of Christ showing his change of mind from the Seceder position toward that of the Covenanters.