TMSJ Volume 32 Number 2

Fall 2021

This issue of The Master’s Seminary Journal takes a careful, biblical look at the vital doctrine of regeneration and several of its implications, seeking to sort through some of the errors and misconceptions that have skewed evangelicals’ understanding of what it means to be born again.

You Must Be Born Again — John MacArthur

Sovereign Effectual Grace in the New Birth — Steven J. Lawson

A Reformed Scholastic Look at Regeneration — Mark Jones

John Owen on Regeneration — Whitney Gamble-Smith

Monergism —Nicholas Needham

Chosen, Born Again, and Believing: How Election, Regeneration, and Faith
Relate to Each Other in the Gospel According to John — Andrew David Naselli

The Transforming Power of Puritan Doctrinal Preaching: The Westminster Directory and Its Application for Today — Joel R. Beeke


  • Basics of Hebrew Accents by Mark D. Futato, Sr. — Reviewed by Paul Twiss
  • Daniel: Evangelical Exegetical Commentary  by J. Paul Tanner — Reviewed by Iosif J. Zhakevich
  • Tethered to the Cross: The Life and Preaching of C. H. Spurgeon by Thomas Breimaier — Reviewed by Kevin D. Zuber
  • Fault Lines: The Social Justice Movement and Evangelicalism’s Looming Catastrophe by Voddie Baucham — Reviewed by Virgil Walker
  • The Attributes of God: An Introduction by Gerald Bray — Reviewed by James R. Mook
  • The Case for Biblical Archaeology: Uncovering the Historical Record of God’s Old Testament People by John D. Currid — Reviewed by Michael A. Grisanti
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