I’ve put together the following bibliographies of some reformed authors whose books I’m particularly interested it. Please let me know if you have additional information and I’d be glad to update this post.
J. Oliver Buswell Jr. (January 16, 1895 – February 4, 1977)
A. B. from the University of Minnesota, B. D. from McCormick Theological Seminary, M. A. from the University of Chicago and Ph. D. from New York University. President of Wheaton College.
1928. Problems in the Prayer Life. Bible Institute Colportage Association.
1937. What is God?: the Lamb of God, volume 2. Zondervan.
1937. Sin and Atonement. Zondervan.
1949. The Philosophies of F. R. Tennant and John Dewey.
1959. Ten reasons why a Christian does not live a wicked life. Moody Press.
1960. A Christian View of Being and Knowing. Zondervan.
1962. A Systematic Theology of the Christian Religion. Zondervan.
Robert Lewis Reymond (October 30, 1932 – September 20, 2013)
B. A., M. A., and Ph. D. degrees from Bob Jones University. Ordained into the Reformed Presbyterian Church, Evangelical Synod in 1967. Taught at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri (1968-1990). Knox Theological Seminary in Fort Lauderdale, Florida (1990-2008). Pastored an RPCES congregation in Hazelwood, MO between 1968 and 1973. Interim pastor at another RPCES congregation in Waterloo, IL, between 1981 and 1985. After resigning from Knox in January 2008, he accepted a call as regular pulpit supply of Holy Trinity Presbyterian Church, a Ft. Lauderdale congregation in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church.
1964. A Christian View of Modern Science. Presbyterian and Reformed.
1967. Brunner’s Dialectal Encounter.
1967. Barth’s Soteriology. Presbyterian and Reformed.
1967. Bultmann’s Demythologized Kerygma. Presbyterian and Reformed.
1968. Introductory Studies in Contemporary Theology.
1976. The Justification of Knowledge. Presbyterian and Reformed.
1977. What about Continuing Revelations and Miracles in the Presbyterian Church Today? Presbyterian and Reformed.
1988. Preach the Word!: A Teaching Ministry Approved by God. Rutherford House.
1998. A New Systematic Theology of the Christian Faith. Thomas Nelson.
2001. Jesus Divine Messiah: The New and Old Testament Witness. Mentor.
2001. The Reformations Conflict with Rome: Why it Must Continue. Mentor.
2001. John – Beloved Disciple: A Survey of his Theology. Mentor.
2003. The God-Centered Preacher: Developing a Pulpit Ministry Approved by God. Mentor.
2004. John Calvin, His Life and Influence. Christian Focus Publications.
2005. Contending for the Faith: Lines in the Sand that Strengthen the Church. Mentor.
2006. Paul, Missionary Theologian: A Survey of his Missionary Labours and Theology. Mentor.
2006. The Lamb of God: The Bible’s Unfolding Revelation of Sacrifice. Mentor.
2006. Perspective on Election. Contributor. B&H Academic.
2007. What is God? Mentor.
2008. Faith’s Reasons for Believing, An Apologetic Antidote to Mindless Christianity (And Thoughtless Atheism). Mentor.
Ronald H. Nash (May 27, 1936 – March 10, 2006)
B. A. from Barrington College. M. A. from Brown University. Ph. D. from Syracuse University. Taught at Western Kentucky University, Reformed Theological Seminary, and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
1962. Dooyeweerd and the Amsterdam Philosophy. Zondervan.
1963. The New Evangelicalism. Zondervan.
1968. The Philosophy of Gordon H. Clark, ed. Presbyterian and Reformed.
1969. Ideas of History, ed. E. P. Dutton.
1980. Freedom Justice and the State. University Press of America.
1982. The Word of God and the Mind of Man. P&R.
1983. The Concept of God. Zondervan.
1984. Christian Faith and Historical Understanding. Zondervan.
1984. Christianity and the Hellenistic World. Zondervan.
1986. Poverty and Wealth: Why Socialism Doesn’t Work. W. Pub. Group.
1986. Economic Justice and the State: A Debate. Baker Pub Group.
1987. Evangelical in America: Who They Are, What They Believe. Abingdon Press.
1987. Process Theology, ed. Baker Pub. Group.
1987. Evangelical Renewal in Mainline Churches. Crossway.
1990. The Closing of the American Heart: What’s Really Wrong with America’s Schools. Probe Ministries International.
1992. Worldviews in Conflict: Choosing Christianity in a World of Ideas. Zondervan.
1992. Beyond Liberation Theology. Baker Pub. Group.
1993. Great Divides: Understanding the Controversies That Come Between Christians. Navpress.
1994. Is Jesus the Only Savior? Zondervan.
1994. Faith and Reason: Searching for a Rational Faith. Zondervan.
1996. Why the Left is Not Right. Zondervan.
1998. The Meaning of History. B&H Academic.
1999. Life’s Ultimate Questions: An Introduction to Philosophy. Zondervan.
1999. When a Baby Dies. Zondervan.
2002. Social Justice and the Christian Church. CSS Publishing.
2003. The Gospel and the Greeks: Did the New Testament Borrow from Pagan Thoughts? P&R.
2003. The Light of the Mind. B&H Academic.
John William Robbins (1949 – August 14, 2008)
B. A. from Grove City College. M. A. and Ph. D. from Johns Hopkins University. Founder of the Trinity Foundation. Taught at College of the Southwest, Chesapeake Theological Seminary, Kings College, Sangre de Cristo Seminary.
1973. The Political Thought of Sir Robert Filmer. Dissertation.
1974. Answer to Ayn Rand: A Critique of the Philosophy of Objectivism. Robbins.
1985. Scripture Twisting in The Seminaries: Part 1, Feminism. Trinity Foundation.
1986. Cornelius Van Til: The Man and the Myth. Trinity Foundation.
1988. Pat Robertson: A Warning to America. Trinity Foundation.
1992. A Man of Principle: Essays in Honor of Hans F. Sennholz. Grove City College.
1997. Without a Prayer: Ayn Rand and the Close of Her System. Trinity Foundation.
1999. Ecclesiastical Megalomania: The Economic and Political Thought of the Roman Catholic Church. Trinity Foundation.
2001. The Church Effeminate. Trinity Foundation.
2003. Christ and Civilization. Trinity Foundation.
2004. Can the Orthodox Presbyterian Church Be Saved? Trinity Foundation.
2004. A Companion to the Current Justification Controversy. Trinity Foundation.
2004. Not Reformed At All. Trinity Foundation.
2006. Freedom and Capitalism: Essays on Christian Politics and Economics. Trinity Foundation.
2007. Slavery & Christianity: Paul’s Letter to Philemon. Trinity Foundation.
Maybe I’ll add some others here later including:
Carl F. H. Henry. See here.