Selected works of Peter A. Lillback
_____. Thy Word is Still Truth: Essential Writings on the Doctrine of Scripture from the Reformation to Today. Editor. Phillipsburg, NJ:
P&R Publishing; Westminster Seminary Press, 2013.
_____. Christian Answers to Hard Questions. Booklet Series Editor. Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R Publishing; Westminster Seminary Press, 2013.
_____. Editor. A Theological Guide to Calvin’s Institutes; Essays and Analysis. Phillipsburg: Presbyterian & Reformed,
_____. Lessons on Liberty: A Primer for Young Patriots. Conshohocken: Providence Forum Press, 2007.
_____. Wall of Misconception. Conshochocken: Providence Forum Press, 2007.
_____. George Washington’s Sacred Fire. Bryn Mawr: Providence Forum Press, 2006.
_____. The Sacrament of Baptism: First Steps of Life in Covenant With God. Bryn Mawr: Providence Forum Press,
_____. The Practical Calvinist. Fear, Ross-shirt: Christian Focus, 2002.
_____. The Binding of God: Calvin’s Role in the Development of Covenant Theology. Grand Rapids: Baker
_____. Freedom’s Holy Light, With a Firm Reliance on Divine Providence. Bryn Mawr: Providence Forum Press, 2001.
_____. Proclaim Liberty.Bryn Mawr: Providence Forum Press, 2001.
_____. Proclaiming the Word Bible Study Guide. Bryn Mawr: Proclaiming the Word Ministries.
_____. Annotations on a Letter That Changed the World From a Birmingham Jail, edited by Peter A. Lillback. Philadelphia: The Providence
Forum Press, 2013.
_____. "Honesty is the Best Policy: A Washingtonian Reply to Rob Boston." (April 2013). http://www.wallbuilderslive.com/download/
_____. "Into the Mystic." Tabletalk, July 2014.
_____. "Roots of Thanksgiving." Philadelphia Inquirer. November 27, 2013.
_____. “The War Over Evolution and Biblical Presuppositional Creationism,” in Korean Evangelical Theological Society, Creation Theology
and the Mission of the Church, 2013.
_____."Sacred Firefight." World Magazine 26:3 (February 12, 2011).
_____. “Pluralism, Postmodernity, and Religious Liberty: The Abiding Necessity of Free Speech and Religious
Convictions in the Public Square.” Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 44:1 (Winter 2009).
_____. “Proclamation of the Gospel.” Westminster Today Magazine, 1:2 (Winter 2009).
_____. “The Indecency of Assisted Suicide.” ByFaith (July/August 2006): 16-17.
_____. “George Washington’s Revolutionary Prayer.” The Bulletin (February 22, 2008).
_____. “The Sanctity of Life: Compromise or Commitment?” The Bulletin (January 22, 2008).
_____. “Making History: There’s history and then there’s history.” (Introduction Letter to) Westminster Today
Magazine, 1:1 (Spring 2008).
_____. “The Crusades”. The Truth About Angels and Demons.
_____. “The Inquisition and the Illuminati”. The Truth About Angels and Demons.
_____. “Symbolology.” The Truth About Angels and Demons.
_____. “Eternal Security and the Early Saints: Are the First, Second and Third Century Christian Beliefs A Reliable basis
for Determining Soteriological Truth?” Imperia Testamentum: Online Journal. 1 (2005-2007).
_____. “The Future of Theological Education in the Global Era of Church History: Change without compromise”. The
Third International Conference on Evangelical Theology. Korea: Evangelical Theological Society (2005): 213-247.
_____. "The Continuing Conundrum: Calvin and the Conditionality of the Covenant." Calvin Theological Journal, 29:1
(April 1994): 42-74.
_____. "Ursinus' Development of the Covenant of creation: a Debt to Melanchthon or Calvin?" Westminster
Theological Journal, 42:2 (Spring 1981): 247-299.
_____. The Protestant Revolt, DVD Series and Study Guide. Westminster Seminary Press, 2013.
_____. “All the Glorious Offices of Christ.” In Preaching Like Calvin, edited by David W. Hall. Phillipsburg: Presbyterian
and Reformed, 2010.
_____. “Are Profits Moral?”In Business Ethics Today. Philadelphia: Westminster Seminary Press. 2011.
_____. “Doing Business In God’s World: Business is a Calling.” In Business Ethics Today. Philadelphia: Westminster
Seminary Press. March 2011.
_____. “Christianity and the Founding of America.” In Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization, edited by George Thomas
Kurian. Wiley & Blackwell, 2009.
_____. “Huguenots.” In Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization, edited by George Thomas Kurian Wiley & Blackwell,
_____. “Medieval Church.” In Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization, edited by George Thomas Kurian .Wiley & Blackwell,
_____. “The Infallible Rule of Interpretation of Scripture”: The Hermeneutical Crisis and the Westminster Standards.”
In Resurrection and Eschatology: Theology in Service of the Church, Essays in Honor of Richard B. Gaffin Jr.,
edited by Lane Tipton and Jeff Waddington, 283-339. Phillipsburg: P & R, 2008.
_____. “Introduction”. In God’s Word in Servant-Form: Abraham Kuyper and Herman Bavinck on the Doctrine of
Scripture, v-xvi. Jackson: Reformed Academic Press, 2008.
_____. “Calvin’s Development of the Doctrine of Forensic Justification: Calvin and the erarly Lutherans on the
relationship of justification and renewal.” In Justified in Christ: God’s plan for us in Justification, edited by K. Scott
Oliphint, 51-80. Fearn: Mentor, Christian Focus Publications, 2007.
_____. “The Reformers' Rediscovery of Presbyterian Polity.” In Pressing Toward the Mark: Essays Commemorating
Fifty Years of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, edited by Richard C. Gamble and Charles G. Dennison, 63-82.
Committee for the Historian of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, 1986.