Professor of Church History, Emeritus
- B.A., Princeton University, 1956
- M.A., Cornell University, 1959; B.D.
- Covenant Theological Seminary, 1960
- Ph.D., Vanderbilt University, 1970
Teaching and other work:
- Pastoral ministry, Missouri, Tennessee, 1960–1964, 1970–1972
- Instructor, Covenant College, 1958–1964
- Assistant Professor of History, 1964–1970
- Associate Professor of History and Dean of Faculty, 1970–1972
- Associate Professor of Church History and Dean of Faculty, Covenant Theological Seminary, 1972–1977
- Associate Professor of Church History and President, 1977–1984
- Adjunct Professor of Church History, 2002–2006; Editor, Presbyterian Journal, 1984–1987; Westminster, 1987–
- Puritan Profiles: 54 Influential Puritans at the Time When the Westminster Confession of Faith Was Written; “In All Things…”
- The Preeminence of Christ in the History of Covenant College, 1955–2005
- Word to the World: Selected Writings of William S. Barker.
- Dictionary of Christianity in America; Theonomy: A Reformed Critique (editor)
- The Blackwell Dictionary of Evangelical Biography: 1730–1860
- To Glorify and Enjoy God: A Commemoration of the 350th Anniversary of the Westminster Assembly
- The Practice of Confessional Subscription; Sermons that Shaped America: Reformed Preaching from 1630 to 2001 (co-editor).
- “The Resurrection of the Body,” Tenth Quarterly, 1986
- “The Hemphill Case, Benjamin Franklin, and Subscription to the Westminster Confession,” American Presbyterians, Winter 1991
- “The Westminster Assembly on the Days of Creation,” Westminster Theological Journal, 2000.