Articles and Publications


Selected Works of Carl R. Trueman

Publications

_____. Luther on the Christian Life. Chicago: Crossway, 2015.
_____. Fools Rush in Where Monkeys Fear to Tread. Phillipsburg: P & R Publishing, 2012.
_____. The Real Scandal of the Evangelical Mind. Chicago: Moody, 2012
_____. The Creedal Imperative. Wheaton: Crossway, 2012.
_____. Histories and Fallacies: Problems Faced in the Writing of History. Chicago: Crossway, 2010.
_____. Republocrat: Confessions of a Liberal Conservative. Phillipsburg: P & R Publishing, 2010. 
_____. Minority Report: Unpopular Thoughts on Everything from Ancient Christianity to Zen Calvinism. Fearn: Mentor Christian Focus, 2008.
_____ and Neil B. MacDonald, ed. Calvin, Barth, and Reformed Theology. Carlisle: Paternoster, 2008.
_____. John Owen: Reformed Catholic, Renaissance Man. Burlington: Ashgate, 2007.
_____. Wages of Spin: Critical Writings on Historic and Contemporary Evangelicalism. Fearn: Mentor Christian Focus, 2005.
_____. Reformation: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow.
Bryntirion Press, 2003.
_____. The Claims of Truth: John Owen’s Trinitarian Theology.
  Paternoster Publishing, 2002.
_____. and Paul Helm, Ed.
Trustworthiness of God: Perspectives on the Nature of Scripture. Grand Rapids:
     Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2002.

_____, Tony J. Gray and Craig L. Blomberg, ed. Solid Ground: 25 Years of Evangelical Theology. Leciester: Apollos, 2000.
_____
, and R. S. Clark, ed. Protestant Scholasticism: Essays in Reassessment. Carlisle: Paternoster, 1998.
_____. Luther’s Legacy: Salvation and English Reformers, 1525–1556. Oxford University Press, 1994.

Articles

_____. “The Reception of Calvin: Historical Considerations.” Church History and Religious Culture 91 (2011).
_____.  “Reformed Orthodoxy in Britain”. The Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 14.4 (Winter 2010).
_____. “Patristics and Reformed Orthodoxy: Some Brief Notes and Proposals.” The Southern Baptist Journal of
     Theology
12.2 Summer (2008): 52-60.
_____. “John Owen and Andrew Fuller.” Eusebeia: The Bulletin of the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies 9
     Spring (2008):53-70.
_____. “Response to Tim Cooper.” Conversations in Religion and Theology 6 (2008).
_____. “Rage, Rage Against the Dying of the Light.” Westminster Theological Journal  70 (2008):1-18.
_____. "Desert Island Theology". Themelios 28.2, 2003, 1-3.
_____. "Is the Finnish Line a New begining? A critical assessment of the reading of Luther offered by the Helsinki
     Circle." WTJ  65 (2003): 231-244.
_____. "It Ain't Necessarily So".
Westminster Theological Journal  65 (2003): 311-325.
_____. “John Owen’s Dissertation on Divine Justice: An Exercise in Christocentric Scholasticism.” Calvin Theological
     Journal
  33 (1998): 87-103.

Reviews

_____. Review of Lee Gatiss (ed.), Pilgrims. Warriors, and Servants: Puritan Wisdom for Today’s Church, St. Antholin’s Lectures, vol. 1: 1991-2000 (London: Latimer Trust, 2010) in Churchman 126 (2012),374-76.
_____. Review of Willem J. Van Asselt, J. Martin Bac and Roelf T. te Velde (eds.), Reformed Thought on Freedom: The Concept of Free Choice in Early Modern Reformed Theology (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic,
_____. Review of Tim Cooper, John Owen, Richard Baxter and the Formation of English Non- Conformity (Ashgate, 2011). Catholic Historical Review 100 (2014).
_____. Review of The Writings of John Calvin, by Wulfert de Greef, Modern Reformation 18.4, June/July, 2009.
_____. Review of  Seeking a Better Country: 300 Years of American Presbyterianism , by D. G. Hart and
     John R. Muether. Ordained Servant,
June-July 2009. http://www.opc.org/os.html?article_id=156
_____. Review of The Genius of Luther’s Theology, by Robert Kolb and Charles P Arand. Modern Reformation 17.4      (July/August 2008).
_____. Review of Culture Shift: Engaging Current Issues with Timeless Truth, by R. Albert Mohler. Modern
     Reformation
(January/February 2009)

Contributor

_____. “The Dogma is not Necessarily the Drama,” in Jordan J. Ballor, David S. Sytsma, and Jason Zuidema (eds) Church and School in Early Modern Protestantism: Studies in Honor of Richard A. Muller on the Maturation of a Theological Tradition (Leiden: Brill, 2014).
_____. “Martin Luther: preaching and Protestant spirituality,” in The Pure Flame of Devotion: the History of Christian Spirituality, Essays in Honour of Michael Haykin, edited and introduced by G. Stephen Weaver Jr. and Ian Hugh Clary, 117-132. Kitchener, Ontario Canada: Joshua Press, 2013.
_____. “Atonement and the Covenant of Redemption: John Owen on the Nature of Christ”s Satisfaction,” in David Gibson and Jonathan Gibson (eds), From Heaven He Came and Sought Her: Definite Atonement in Historical, Biblical, Theological, and Pastoral Perspective Wheaton: Crossway, 2013.
_____. “Election: Calvin’s Theology and Its Early Reception,” in J. Todd Billings and I. John Hesselink (eds.), Calvin’s Theology and Its Reception (Louisville: WJKP, 2012), 97-120.
_____. “Early English Evangelicals: Three Examples.” In Schwesterreformationen: Die Reformation in Deutschland
     und in England
, edited by Dorothea Wendebourg. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2011.
_____. “The Harvest of Reformation Mythology? Patrick Gillespie and the Covenant of Redemption.” In Scholasticism
     Reformed: Essays in Honour of Willem J. van Asselt
, edited by, Maarten Wisse, Marcel Sarot, and Willemien
     Otten. Leiden: Brill, 2010.
_____ (with Carrie Euler) “The Reception of Martin Luther in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth- Century Britain.” In The
     Reception of Continental Reformation in Britain: Proceedings of the British Academy 16
, edited by Polly Ha and
     Patrick Collinson. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010.
_____. "The Trials of Church History." In The Trials of Theology: Becoming a ‘Proven Worker’ in a Dangerous
     Business, by Andrew J. B. Cameron and Brian S. Rosner, 131-148. Christian Focus, 2010.
_____. "Calvin and Reformed Orthodoxy." In The Calvin Handbook, edited by Herman J. Selderhuis. 472-478,
     Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2009.

_____. “Calvin und die reformierte Orthodoxie.” In Calvin Handbuch, by Herman Selderhuis, (Tubingen: Mohr
     Siebeck, 2009).  Also as `Calvijn en de gereformeerde orthodoxie,’ in idem, Calvijn Handboek. Kampen: Kok,
     2009.

_____. "J.I. Packer: An English Non-Conformist Perspective." In J.I. Packer and the Evangelical Future: The
     Impact of His Life and Thought, edited by Timothy George. 115-130, Baker, 2009.
_____."Post-Reformation Developments in the Doctrine of the Atonement." In Precious Blood: The Atoning
     Work of Christ, edited by Richard D. Phillips, 179-226. Crossway, 2009.
_____. "Calvin, Barth, and Reformed Theology:Historical Prolegomena.” In Calvin, Barth, and Reformed
     Theology,
edited by Neil B. MacDonald and Carl R. Trueman, 3-26. Carlisle: Paternoster, 2008.

_____. “Foreword.” In Resurrection and Eschatology: Theology in Service of the Church: Essays in Honor
     of  Richard B. Gaffin, Jr. Ed. Lane G. Tipton and Jeffrey C. Waddington. vii-x, Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and
     Reformed, 2008.

_____. “Reason and Rhetoric: Stephen Charnock on the Existence of God.” In Reason, Faith and History:
     Philosophical Essays for Paul Helm
, by M.W.F.Stone, 29-46. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008.

_____. “William Ames”, “Richard Baxter”, “Robert Browne”, “Thomas Cartwright”’ “England, Reformation” “William
     Perkins”, “Puritanism”, “Refugee and Stranger Churches.” In The New Westminster Dictionary of Church History
     Volume One: The Early, Medieval, and Reformation Eras
, edited by Robert Benedetto. 20, 76, 105, 127, 223,
     508, 544, 566, Louisville: Westminster John Knox.

_____. "Reforma."  In Dizonaria di teologica evangelica, edited by Pietro Bolognesi, Leonardo De Chirico and Andrea
     Ferrari. Editrice Uomini Novi, 2007.

_____. “Simul peccator et justus: Martin Luther and Justification.” In Justification in Perspective, edited by Bruce L.
     McCormack, 73-97. Baker Academic, 2006.
_____. '"
Calvin and Calvinism."   In The Cambridge Companion to John Calvin, edited by Donald K. McKim,
     225-240.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004.
_____. " The English Reformers." In
The Cambridge Companion to Reformation Theology, edited by David Bagchi
     and David C. Steinmetz, . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004.
_____.
"Reformation." In Blackwell Companion to Modern Theology, edited by Gareth Jones, 147-161. Malden:
     Blackwell Publishers, 2004.
_____. ''
Robert Barnes" and "Bartholomew Traheron."  In Dictionary of National Biography (UK), edited by H.G. C.
     Matthew and Brian Howard Harrison, 55, 208-210. New York: Oxford University Press, 2004.

_____. "The Incarnation and the Lord's Supper." In The Word Became Flesh: Evangelicals and the Incarnation.
     D
avid Peterson editor, 185-208. Carlisle: Paternoster, 2003.
_____."Joesph Alline", "William Ames", "John Owen" and "William Perkins". Biographic dictionary of evangelicals.
    
Timothy Larsen, editor. Downers Grove, III: InterVarsity Press, 2003.
_____. '' Puritan Theology as Historical Event: A Linguistic Approach to the Ecumenical Context."  In Reformation
     and Scholasticism: An Ecumenical Enterprise
, edited by Willem J. van Asselt and Eef Dekker, 253-276. G
rand
     Rapids: Baker Academic, 2001.   
_____
, Tony J. Gray and Craig L. Blomburg, editors. Solid Ground: Twenty-five Years of Evangelical Scholarship.
    
Leicester: Apollos, 2000.
_____. “A Small Step Towards Rationalism: The Impact of the Metaphysics of Tommaso Campanella on the
     Theology of Richard Baxter.” In Protestant Scholasticism, edited by Carl R. Trueman and R. Scott Clark. 1999:    
     147-164.
_____
and R. Scott Clark, editors. Protestant Scholasticism: Essays in Reassessment. Carlisle: Paternoster, 1999.
_____. ''
John Foxe", "Edmund Grindal", "Hampton Court Conference", and "Andrew Melville."   In Religion in
     Geschichte und Gegenwart
: Handworterbuch fur Theologie und Religionswissens, edited by Hans Dieter Betz,
     207(v.3), 1296(v.3), 1404(v.3), 1026(v.5). Tubingen: Mohr Sieback, 1998-2007.
_____. '"
Faith Seeking Understanding: Some Neglected Aspects of John Owen's Understanding of Scriptural
     Inerpretation."   I
n Interpreting the Bible: Historical and Theological Studies in honour of David F. Wright, edited
     by Anthony N. S. Lane. England: Apollos, 1997.
_____. ''
"The Saxons Be Sore on the Affirmative: Robert Barnes on the Lord's Supper."   In The Bible, Church, and
     Reformation
: Essays in honour of James Atkinson, edited by W. P. Stephens, 290-307. England: Sheffield
     Academic Press, 1995.
_____. "Pathway to Reformation: William Tyndale and the Importance of the Scriptures." In A Pathway into the
     Scriptures
, edited by Philip E. Satterthwaite and David F. Wright, 11-30. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans Publishing
     Company, 1994.

Contributor: Blogs and other publications

First Things
The Monthly Record of the Free Church of Scotland
Reformation 21
Tabletalk
Themelios
9Marks Journal

interviews

Grimmond, Paul. "Countercultural rebellion." The Briefing March (2010). Accessed October 18, 2010,
     http://www.matthiasmedia.com.au/briefing/library/5831.
Mahaney, C.J. "Meet Carl Trueman."
Sovereign Grace Ministries January (2010). Accessed October 18, 2010,
     http://www.sovereigngraceministries.org/blogs/cj-mahaney/post/meet-carl-trueman-%281%29.aspx.
Hastic, Peter. "Here I Stand!  Carl Trueman Talks to Peter Hastie" Australian Presbyterian July (2009) 4-9.
     Accessed October 18, 2010, http://allianceradio.org/AP/2009/AP709.pdf.
"Interview with Carl Trueman." Semper Reformanda 12.2 (2003): 22-30.