1991

Babcock, W. S.

“A changing of the Christian God : the doctrine of the Trinity in the seventeenth century” / William S. Babcock. // IN: Interpretation (Richmond, Va.). – 45 (1991):133-146.

Rabieh, M. S.

“The reasonableness of Locke, or the questionableness of Christianity” / Michael S. Rabieh. // IN: Journal of politics. – 53 (1991):933-957.

Abstract: IPSA 42:1352.

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1992

Ashcraft, R.

“Latitudinarianism and toleration.” – See entry in Chapter 6.

Eisenach, E. J.

“Religion and Locke’s Two treatises of government.” – See entry in Chapter 7.

Griffin, M. I. J., Jr.

Latitudinarianism in the seventeenth-century Church of England. – See entry in Chapter 3.

Marshall, J.

“John Locke and latitudinarianism” / John Marshall. // IN: Philosophy, science and religion in England, 1640-1700 / edited by Richard Kroll, Richard Ashcraft, Perez Zagorin. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1992. – p. 253-282.

LNL 24:11

Pitassi, M.-C.

“ ‘Anima naturaliter mortalis?’ : l’interpretazione lockiana di 1 Tessalonicesi 5,23” / Maria-Cristina Pitassi. // IN: Annali di storia dell’esegesi. – 9 (1992):87-99.

Unverified.

1993

Noonkester, M. C.

“ ‘God for its author’ : John Locke as a possible source for the New Hampshire Confession” / Myron C. Noonkester. // IN: New England quarterly. – 66 (1993):448-450.

LNL 25:8

Stewart, M. A.

“Locke’s ‘Observations’ on Boyle” / M.A. Stewart. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 24 (1993):21-34.

Abstract: PhI 1995:760.

LNL 25:10

Thierry, P.

“L’épreuve du miracle : quelques remarques sur la religion de Locke” / Patrick Thierry. // IN: Cahiers de Fontenay. – no. 71/72, Lumières et religions (1993):37-56.

Followed by a French translation of Locke’s Discourse of miracles by F. Albretch … [et al.] (p. 57-68)

LNL 25:10, 4

Vienne, J.-M.

“De la Bible à la science.” – See entry in Chapter 3.

1994

Harris, I.

“The politics of Christianity.” – See entry in Chapter 7.

Houston, J.

Reported miracles : a critique of Hume / J. Houston. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1994.

See Ch. 3, “Locke on the miraculous” (p. 33-48)

LNL 26:6

Jinkins, M.

“Elements of federal theology in the religious thought of John Locke” / Michael Jinkins. // IN: Evangelical quarterly. – 66 (1994):123-141.

LNL 27:7 [99-106]

MacIntosh, J. J.

“Locke and Boyle on miracles and God’s existence” / J.J. MacIntosh. // IN: Robert Boyle reconsidered / edited by Michael Hunter. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1994. – p. 193-214.

LNL 25:7

Reprinted in: John Locke : critical assessemnts of leading philosophers. Series II / edited by Peter R. Anstey (2006). – vol. 4.

Marshall, J.

John Locke : resistance, religion and responsibility. – See entry in Chapter 2.

Pitassi, M.-C.

“Le Christ lockien à l’épreuve des textes : de la Reasonableness aux Paraphrase and notes” / Maria-Cristina Pitassi. // IN: Le Christ entre orthodoxie et lumières : actes du colloque tenu à Genève en août 1993 / publiés par Maria-Cristina Pitassi. – Genève : Librairie Droz, 1994. – (Histoire des idées et critique littéraire ; vol. 332). – p. 101-122.

Pitassi, M.-C.

“La notion de communication dans l’exégèse biblique de la fin du XVIIe siècle” / Maria-Cristina Pitassi. // IN: Commercium litterarium : la communication dans la république des lettres, 1600-1750 : conférences des colloques tenus à Paris 1992 et à Nimègue 1993 = forms of communication in the republic or letters, 1600-1750 : lectures held at the colloquia Paris 1992 and Nijmegen 1993 / publié par Hans Bots & Françoise Waquet. – Amsterdam ; Maarssen : APA-Holland University Press, 1994. – (Études de l’Institut Pierre Bayle = Studies Pierre Bayle Institute ; 25). – p. 35-50.

Rovira, R.

“Locke ante el argumento ontológico.” – See entry in Chapter 3.

Schøsler, J.

“Le Christianisme raisonnable et le débat sur le ‘socianisme’ de John Locke dans la presse française de la première moitié du XVIIIe siècle” / Jørn Schøsler. // IN: Lías. – 21 (1994):295-319.

LNL 27:10

Stewart, M. A.

“Hume’s historical view of miracles.” – See entry in Chapter 3.

Wolterstorff, N.

“John Locke’s epistemological piety : reason is the candle of the Lord” / Nicholas Wolterstorff. // IN: Faith and philosophy. – 11 (1994):572-591.

Abstract: PhI 1995:803.

LNL 27:12; LS 2:11

Wolterstorff, N.

“Locke’s philosophy of religion.” – See entry in Chapter 3.

1995

Brykman, G.

“Les deux christianismes de Locke et de Toland” / Geneviève Brykman. // IN: Revue de synthèse. – 116 (1995):281-301.

LNL 27:5

Çetin, İ.

John Locke’da tanrı anlayışı / İsmail Çetin. – Ankara : Vadi, 1995. – 230 pages. – (Vadi Yayınları ; 38. Felsefe Dizisi; 10)

ISBN 978-97-577-2639-5.

Unverified.

Hering, K. D.

Happiness, virtue and divine command : the moral theology of John Locke. – See entry in Chapter 3.

Heyd, M.

“Be sober and reasonable” : the critique of enthusiasm in the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries / by Michael Heyd. – Leiden ; New York ; Köln : E.J. Brill, 1995. – (Brill’s studies in intellectual history ; vol. 63)

See Ch. 6, “Scripture and reason : the new theological discourse on the eve of the Enlightenment” (p. 165-190)

Rogers, G. A. J.

“John Locke, conservative radical” / G.A.J. Rogers. // IN: The margins of orthodoxy : heterodox writing and cultural response, 1660-1750 / edited by Roger D. Lund. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1995. – p. 97-116.

Revised version in: Locke’s Enlightenment (1998), p. 157-172.

LNL 28:10

Vailati, E.

“Leibniz and Clarke on miracles” / Ezio Vailati. // IN: Journal of the history of philosophy. – 33 (1995):563-591.

Williams, S. N.

Revelation and reconciliation : a window on modernity / Stephen N. Williams. – Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1995.

See Ch. 2, “Restoring some faith in Locke” (p. 24-55)

LNL 29:10

1996

Beiser, F. C.

The sovereignty of reason : the defense of rationality in the early English enlightenment / Frederick C. Beiser. – Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press, ©1996.

See Chapter 6, “Toland the the deism controversy” (pages 220-265)

Lagrée, J.

“Lumière naturelle et notions communes : Herbert de Cherbury et Culverwell” / Jacqueline Lagrée. // IN: Mind senior to the world / edited by Marialuisa Baldi. – Milano : FrancoAngeli, 1996. – p. 35-54.

Unverified; source/Abstract: PhI 1997:736.

Marshall, J.

“Locke and Socinianism” / John Marshall. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 27 (1996):147-148.

LNL 28:8

Parker, K. I.

“John Locke and the Enlightenment metanarrative : a biblical corrective to a reasoned world” / by Kim Ian Parker. // IN: Scottish journal of theology. – 49 (1996):57-73.

LNL 27:9

Wainwright, A. W.

“Reason, revelation, and experience in the hymns of Addison and Watts” / Arthur W. Wainwright. // IN: The philosophical canon in the 17th and 18th centuries : essays in honour of John W. Yolton / edited by G.A.J. Rogers and Sylvana Tomaselli. – Rochester, N.Y. : University of Rochester Press, 1996. – p. 149-161.

LNL 27:11

Wiles, M.

Archetypal heresy : Arianism through the centuries / Maurice Wiles. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1996.

See p. 70-79.

LS 3:13

Williams, C.

“Christian materialism and the parity thesis.” – See entry in Chapter 3.

Wolterstorff, N.

John Locke and the ethics of belief. – See entry in Chapter 3.

1997

Bagger, M. C.

“Hume and miracles” / Matthew C. Bagger. // IN: Journal of the history of philosophy. – 35 (1997):237-251.

LNL 30:4

Clarke, D. M.

“Toland on faith and reason” / Demond M. Clarke. // IN: John Toland’s Christianity not mysterious : text, associated works and critical essays / Philip McGuinness, Alan Harrison, Richard Kearney, editors. – Dublin, Ireland : The Lilliput Press, MCMXCVII [1997] – pages 293-302.

Gross, G. M.

“Notes for reading the Bible with John Locke” / George M. Gross. // IN: Jewish political studies review. – 9 (1997):5-18.

Huff, P. A.

“John Locke and the prophecy of Quaker women” / Peter A. Huff. // IN: Quaker history. – 86:no. 2 (fall 1997):26-40.

Kuehne, D. S.

“Reinventing Paul : John Locke, the Geneva Bible, and Paul’s Epistle to the Romans” / Dale S. Kuehne. // IN: Piety and humanity : essays on religion and early modern philosophy / edited by Douglas Kries. – Lanham, Md. ; Oxford : Rowman & Littlefield, ©1997. – p. 213-232.

LNL 30:7

MacIntosh, J. J.

“The argument from the need for similar or ‘higher’ qualities : Cudworth, Locke and Clarke on God’s existence” / J.J. MacIntosh. // IN: Enlightenment and dissent. – 16 (1997):29-59.

LNL 29:7

McGuinness, P.

Christianity not mysterious and the Enlightenment” / Philip McGuinness. // IN: John Toland’s Christianity not mysterious : text, associated works and critical essays / Philip McGuinness, Alan Harrison, Richard Kearney, editors. – Dublin, Ireland : The Lilliput Press, MCMXCVII [1997] – pages 231-242.

Myers, P. C.

“Locke on reasonable Christianity and reasonable politics” / Peter C. Myers. // IN: Piety and humanity : essays on religion and early modern philosophy / edited by Douglas Kries. – Lanham, Md. ; Oxford : Rowman & Littlefield, ©1997. – p. 145-180.

LNL 30:8

Nuovo, V.

“Introduction” / Victor Nuovo. // IN: John Locke and Christianity / edited by Victor Nuovo (1997). – p. ix-xli.

LNL 28:10

Nuovo, V.

“Introduction” / Victor Nuovo. // IN: The reasonableness of Christianity … / John Locke. – Bristol, Eng. ; Dulles, Va. : Thoemmes Press, 1997. – p. v-xxx.

LNL 28:9

Nuovo, V. (ed.)

John Locke and Christianity : contemporary responses to The reasonableness of Christianity / edited and introduced by Victor Nuovo. – Bristol ; Dulles, Va. : Thoemmes Press, 1997. – xli, 284 p. – (Key issues ; no. 16)

Contents.

ISBN 1-85506-540-1.

Ott, W.

“Locke and the scholastics on theological discourse.” – See entry in Chapter 3.

Quinn, P. L.

“Sin and original sin” / Philip L. Quinn. // IN: A companion to philosophy of religion / edited by Philip L. Quinn and Charles Taliaferro. – Cambridge, Mass. ; Oxford : Blackwell, 1997. – (Blackwell companions to philosophy). – p. 541-548.

LNL 30:9

Sherlock, R.

“The theology of toleration : a reading of Locke’s ‘The reasonableness of Christianity’ ” / Richard Sherlock. // IN: Jewish political studies review. – 9 (1997):19-49.

Smith, D. T.

John Locke’s concept of a reasonable Christianity / by Donald Thomas Smith. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–Southern Methodist University, 1997. – x, 337 leaves.

Unverified.

Vienne, J.-M.

“Les rapports entre raison et foi à la lumière de la métaphore de la vision” / Jean-Michel Vienne. // IN: Revue philosophique de la France et de l’étranger. – 1997:45-58.

LNL 28:13

Walsh, M.

Shakespeare, Milton, and eighteenth-century literary editing : the beginnings of interpretative scholarship / Marcus Walsh. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1997. – (Cambridge studies in eighteenth-century English literature and thought)

See esp. Ch. 2, “Making sense of Scripture : biblical hermeneutics in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century England” (p. 30-52)

1998

Bitzer, L. F.

“The ‘Indian prince’ in miracle arguments of Hume and his predecessors and early critics” / Lloyd F. Bitzer. // IN: Philosophy and rhetoric. – 31 (1998):175-230.

Abstract: PhI 1998:519.

LNL 30:4

Edwards, P.

“God and the philosophers. Part I, From Aristotle to Locke” / Paul Edwards. // IN: Free inquiry. – 18:no. 3 (summer 1998):36-40.

Abstract: PhI 1998:611.

Hampsher-Monk, I.

“Burke and the religious sources of skeptical conservatism.” – See entry in Chapter 3.

Mulsow, M.

“Orientalistik im Kontext der sozinianischen und deistischen Debatten um 1700 : Spencer, Crell, Locke und Newton” / Martin Mulsow. // IN: Scientia poetica. – 2 (1998):27-57.

Pitassi, M.-C.

“Une résurrection pour quel corps et pour quel humanité? : la réponse lockienne entre philosophie, exégèse et théologie” / di Maria-Cristina Pitassi. // IN: Rivista di storia della filosofia. – 53 (1998):45-63.

LNL 30:9

Rogers, G. A. J.

“Nature, man and God in the English Enlightenment.” – See entry in Chapter 3.

Rogers, G. A. J.

“Stillingfleet, Locke and the Trinity” / G.A.J. Rogers. // IN: Judaeo-Christian culture in the seventeenth century : a celebration of the library of Narcissus Marsh (1638-1713) / edited by Richard Popkin, Sarah Hutton, Allison Coudert and Gordon M. Weiner. – Dordrecht : Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1999). – (Archives internationale de l’histoire des idées = International archives of the history of ideas ; 163). – p. 207-224.

Revised version in Locke’s Enlightenment (1998), p. 143-156.

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Young, B. W.

Religion and enlightenment in eighteenth-century England : theological debate from Locke to Burke / B.W. Young. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1998.

See esp. Ch. 3, “Metaphysics before physics : the Cambridge critique of Newtonian religious apologetic” (p. 83-119)

Review: J. Champion, “ ‘Ecrasez l’infame’.” (2000)

LNL 30:11

1999

Brown, R. E.

“Edwards, Locke, and the Bible” / R.E. Brown. // IN: Journal of religion. – 79 (1999):361-384.

LNL 30:4

Champion, J. A. I.

“ ‘Acceptable to inquisitive men’ : some Simonian contexts for Newton’s biblical criticism, 1680-92” / Justin A. I. Champion. // IN: Newton and religion : context, nature, and influence / edited by James E. Force and Richard H. Popkin. – Dordrecht ; Boston ; London : Kluwer Academic Publishers, ©1999. – (Archives internationales d’histoire des idées = International archives of the history of ideas ; 161). – p. 77-96.

Dungan, D. L.

A history of the synoptic problem : the canon, the text, the composition, and the interpretation of the Gospels / David Laird Duncan. – New York ; London ; Toronto ; Sydney ; Auckland : Doubleday, 1999. – (The Anchor Bible reference library)

See Chapter 17, “John Locke and the economic agenda of modern historical-critical interpretation” (pages 261-286)

Higgins-Biddle, J. C.

“Introduction.” // IN: The reasonableness of Christianity as delivered in the scriptures / John Locke ; edited with an introduction, notes, critical apparatus and transcriptions of related manuscripts by John C. Higgins-Biddle. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1999. – (The Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke). – p. xv-cxv.

Pickard, S.

“ ‘Unable to see the wood for the trees’ : John Locke and the fate of systematic theology” / Stephen Pickard. // IN: The task of theology today / edited by Victor Pfitzner and Hilary Regan. – Edinburgh : T. & T. Clark, 1999. – p. 105-137.

LNL 31:7

Polinska, W.

“Faith and reason in John Locke” / Wioleta Polinska. // IN: Philosophy & theology. – 11 (1999):287-309.

Unverified.

LS 1:9

Polinska, W.

“John Locke, Christian doctrine and Latitudinarianism” / Wioleta Polinska. // IN: Zeitschrift für neuere Theologiegeschichte. – 6 (1999):173-194.

LS 1:9

Snobelen, S. D.

“Isaac Newton, heretic : the strategies of a Nicodemite” / Stephen D. Snobelen. // IN: British journal for the history of science. – 32 (1999):381-419.

2000

Danaher, J.

“Is communication from God really possible? : a conceptual problem” / James Danaher. // IN: Science and Christian belief. – 12 (2000):99-114.

Earman, J.

Hume’s abject failure : the argument against miracles / John Earman. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2000. – xi, 217 p.

Includes “John Locke, An essay concerning human understanding (1690), Book IV, Chapters 15 and 16” (p. 97-107) and “John Locke, ‘A discourse of miracles’ (1706)” (p. 114-120.

Marshall, J.

“Locke, Socinianism, ‘Socinianism,’ and Unitarianism” / John Marshall. // IN: English philosophy in the age of Locke / edited by M.A. Stewart (2000). – p. 111-182.

LS 1:8

Nuovo, V.

“Locke’s theology, 1694-1704” / Victor Nuovo. // IN: English philosophy in the age of Locke / edited by M.A. Stewart (2000). – p. 183-215.

LS 1:9

Reprinted as Chapter 2 of Christianity, antiquity, and enlightenment (2011).

Sina, M.

“Linee di sviluppo della riflessione etico-religiosa lockiana.” – See entry in Chapter 3.