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Prelude to Irony: The Princeton Theology and the Practice of American Presbyterian Missions in Northern Siam, 1867-1880

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Outline of the Bibliography

1. Introduction
2. The Laos Mission, Northern Siam, and Siam
2.1 Primary Sources
2.2 Secondary Sources
3. Presbyterian History and Thought
3.1 Primary Sources
3.2 Secondary Sources
4. Background and General
4.1 General
4.2 Enlightenment, Scottish Philosophy, and Baconianism
4.3 Evangelicalism and Romanticism
4.4 Reformed History and Thought

Presbyterian History and Thought

Primary Sources

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__________. Practical Sermons. Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1850. [2]

Alexander, Henry Carrington. "Reason and Redemption." PQPR New Series 4, 3 (July 1875): 409-37. [3]

Alexander, J. Addison. "The Gospel History." BRPR 20, 4 (October 1848): 593-616. [3]

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__________. "The Relation of the Old to the New Dispensation." BRPR 23, 4 (October 1851): 635-49. [3]

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Ale
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Atwater, Lyman. "Calvinism in Doctrine and Life." PQPR 4, 1 (January 1875): 73-106. [1]

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Craven, E. R. "The Inductive Sciences of Nature and the Bible." PQPR 6, 2 (October 1877): 673-88. [2]

Eck
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Green, William Henry. "Christology." BRPR 31 3 (July 1859): 438-63. [3]

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_______. "The Matter of Prophecy." BRPR 34, 4 (October 1862): 559-78. [2]

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Hodge, A. A. The Confession of Faith. 1869. Reprint. London: Banner of Truth Trust, 1958. [2]

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Hodge, Charles. "Can God be Known?" BRPR 36, 1 (January 1864): 122-52. [2]

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McG
ill, Alexander T. Church Government: A Treatise Compiled from His Lectures in Theological Seminaries. Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication and Sabbath-School Work, 1888. [3]

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__________. "Tenure of the Elder's Office." PQPR New Series 1, 3 (July 1872): 568-89. [3]

Miller, Samuel. "The Early History of Pelangianism." BRPR. 2, 1 (January 1830): 77-113. [3]

Pri
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Tyler, Samuel. "The Baconian Philosophy." BRPR 12, 3 (July 1840): 350-77. [1]

__________. "Baconian Philosophy." BRPR 15, 4 (October 1843): 479-506. [1]

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Secondary Sources

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Bal
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Bro
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