The Christian Doctrine of Magistracy, or Civil Government, in General.
Civil Government the Moral Ordinance of God by William Roberts, excerpted from The Reformed Presbyterian Catechism.
Truth’s Victory Over Error, chapter 23: Of the Civil Magistrate, by David Dickson.
The Duties of Citizens and the Duties of Dissenters, by David Scott, 1841.
The Authority & Duty of the Magistrate in the Matters of Religion.
Christ’s Headship over the Nations by William Roberts, excerpted from The Reformed Presbyterian Catechism.
The Subjection of the Nations to God and to Christ by William Roberts, excerpted from The Reformed Presbyterian Catechism.
The Proper Duties of Civil Rulers in Matters of Religion by William Sloane.
The Magistrate’s Duty to Hunt the Little Foxes, an Excerpt from Sermon 22 on Canticles by Theodore Beza.
A Sermon by John Calvin on 1 Timothy 2.1-2, concerning the Duty of Civil Rulers to Enforce and Defend the True Religion and True Godliness in their Realms by drawing out the sword against all Heretics and others who trouble the Church, and by strictly punishing whoredom, drunkenness, dancing, stageplays, &c.
The First Parliament of King James VI., 1567. -- First Reformation example of the National Establishment of the Reformed Religion.
A Christian Nation by Tom Reid, 1992.
A Sermon by Anthony Burgess titled, The Reformation of the Church to be Endeavoured more than that of the Commonwealth, 1645.
Defence of the Reformed Presbyterian Doctrine of Political Dissent.
Truth. A Sermon on Steadfast Adherence to the Distinctive Doctrines of the Church by Samuel Willson (RPCNA, Defence of Old-Light Position, 1833.)
The U.S. Constitution Weighed in the Balance from The Reformed Presbyterian, 1843.
Argument for the Jury Law—explains why the RPCNA forbid members to serve on Juries in the USA, 1834.
Why Not Voters!—An Article from The Reformation Advocate, 1874.
The Presidential Contest—An Article from The Reformed Presbyterian, 1856.
The Position of the Reformed Presbyterian Church with Regard to the American Government—An Article from The Reformed Presbyterian, 1857.
A Declinature, Declining the Authority of King and Council in Matters Spiritual, by David Black, 1596.
A Vindication of such as Scruple to Hear and Own the Indulged by John Brown of Wamphray, 1678.
Against Unlawful Civil Associations.
A Lecture and Sermon Concerning Jehoshaphat's Association with Ahab, by Donald Cargill.
The Testimony ... Respecting Military Associations with the Wicked and Profane, by William Milroy.
Concerning Extraordinary Acts of Judgment.
Five Sermons about Ehud's Deliverance of Israel from Moab, on Judges 3.10 - 4.1, by Richard Rogers.
“Was the Bishop’s Death Murder?” from The Reformed Presbyterian, 1860.
Practical Application—works relating to specific events.
1638—The Protestation of the Noblemen, Barrons, Gentlemen, Borrowes, Ministers, and Commons, Subscribers of the Confession of Faith and Covenant, &c. ... after the reading of the proclamation dated 1638.06.28. 1638.07.04.
1648—A Vindication of the Ministers of the Gospel in and about London, from the unjust Aspersions cast upon their former Actings for the Parliament, as if they had promoted the bringing of the King to Capital Punishment [which was the doing of the wicked Oliver Cromwell and his sectarian party of covenant-breakers.]