Featuring more than 100 years of classic scholarship, the Princeton Theological Review is a huge archive of classic Reformed theology. It provides 82,000 pages, 443 issues, and includes articles from B.B. Warfield, Charles Hodge, Geerhardus Vos, J. Gresham Machen, Abraham Kuyper, Philip Schaff, A.A. Hodge, and dozens of other influential Reformed theologians.
Known as the “Princeton Theologians,” these scholars worked within the Calvinist tradition of Jonathan Edwards and, like Edwards, became the bedrock for the revival of Calvinist thought in modern American and British evangelicalism. Contemporary Reformed theologians such as D.A. Carson, John Piper, Timothy Keller, and G.K. Beale routinely draw from their work for use in the postmodern context, demonstrating the ongoing relevance of the articles collected in the Princeton Theological Review.
The Princeton Theological Review allows you to closely trace the development of nineteenth-century Reformed theology. Discover how the movement’s themes, ideas, and biblical scholarship established Reformed Calvinism as one of the most intellectually rigorous forms of Christianity in the world today.
Bid while you still can
As a Community Pricing product, the price of the Princeton Theological Review depends on customer bids. You decide how much you think the product is worth and place your bid. The more bids that are placed, the lower the price will go. Once enough bids come in, we’ll ship the Princeton Theological Review to everyone whose bid qualifies them for the final price.
Right now the bid price is $50—a fantastic bargain. Bidding closes on Friday, August 14, so time is running out. Bid now to ensure you have the opportunity to add the huge Princeton Theological Review to your Logos Library.
Looking for an even better deal?
We’re getting ready to ship our Master Journal Bundle, a massive collection of more than 1,280 journal volumes—including the Princeton Theological Review. The Master Journal Bundle is the best deal we’ve ever offered on journals. Pre-order the Master Journal Bundle today and add an enormous amount of theological scholarship to your Logos library.