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’: Melanchthoon 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.

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