1841-James M. Willson.-A very thorough discussion of this office including its necessity, perpetuity and use.Read More
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Bible Magistracy: or Christ’s Dominion Over the Nations with an Examination of the Civil Institutions of the United States.
1842-James M. Willson.-This represents Willson's early work on the mediatorial kingdom of Christ and its implications in the relam of civil government particularly that of the United States.Read More
1850-James M. Willson.-In this essay, Willson explores the kinds of civil governments unto which Christians owe a conscientious submission in the Lord. He demonstrates that this only pertains to governments possessing certain characteristics, particularly a profession of Christianity.Read More
1853-James M. Willson.-This volume contains a very careful and nuanced exposition of a portion of Scripture that has often been put to ill use by those who are not the friends of the rights of God or man.Read More
1855-James McLeod Willson.-Two chapters for the proposed "Argumentative" portion of the RP Testimony; the first, discussing Testimony Bearing; the second, the Right of Dissent from Immoral Civil Constitutions.Read More
1856-James M. Willson.-A survey of the doctrine of social covenanting with both an exposition and application designed as an apologetic for the Reformed Presbyterian position.Read More