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“Chapter 22: Biblically-regulated Religious Worship” Founders Journal 116, Summer 2019.
“The Moral Law Doth Forever Bind All: An Analysis of the Second London Baptist Confession of Faith’s Chapter XIX, Paragraphs 3-5” Founders Journal 115, Winter 2019.
“Interpretations Of Sabbath Rest In The Early Church And Early Medieval Era” Journal of the Institute of Reformed Baptist Studies Theological Seminary, (2018): 103–133.
“An Examination Of The Origins Of English Puritan Sabbatarianism,” Puritan Reformed Journal 7,1 (2015): 103–119.
“Moral Law and Baptist Identity,” The Founders Journal 94, Fall 2013.
“Significant 2nd Century Witnesses To The Sabbath and Lord’s Day Debate,” The Churchman 128,3 (2014): 231–246.
Often Used but Rarely Defined: A Proposed Definition of Creation Ordinances, Presented at the 2020 Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society.
The Man of God: His Calling and Godly Life by Albert Martin, Bulletin of Ecclesial Theology, vol. 6.2.
Covenant Theology: A Reformed Baptist Perspective by Phillip Griffiths, Bulletin of Ecclesial Theology, vol. 6.1 (June 2018): 110–113.
John Chrysostom on Divine Pedagogy: The Coherence of His Theology and Preaching by David Rylaarsdam, Fides et Humilitas: The Journal of the Center for Ancient Christian Studies, Vol 3 (Winter 2015): 156–159.
Jon English Lee
Jon English serves as Pastor of Discipleship for Morningview Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. He has earned a Bachelor’s degree from Auburn University Montgomery, a Masters of Divinity from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a PhD in Systematic and Historical Theology from SBTS. Jon English is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society, a fellow for the Center for Pastor Theologians, and an adjunct professor for Covenant Baptist Theological Seminary.