Young received a Th.B. and Th.M. from Westminster Theological Seminary, a B.Litt. and an M.Litt. from Oxford, a Th.D. from Union Theological Seminary, was a minister in the Presbyterian Reformed Church, and was a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Rhode Island.
About William Young
Myers, Bryan – Fond Recollections of Dr. William Young, 2015, 17 paragraphs
Young’s Shorter Articles
Address to God in Prayer, 7 paragraphs
Young argues for addressing God with the language of ‘thou’ and ‘thee’.
The Free Offer of the Gospel, 14 paragraphs, no source info
This article is different, longer and more detailed than the Minority Report below that was submitted to the Orthodox Presbyterian Church on the same subject.
The Life and Work of William Twisse, 15 paragraphs
Recollections of Gordon Clark, 10 paragraphs
Sanctification: A Review Article, 9 paragraphs
This is a review of Gordon Clark’s book, Sanctification.
What is Experimental Religion? 2015, 6 paragraphs
Young’s Longer Articles
Conversion, no date, 67 paragraphs
The subheadings are: (1) Preparatory Work Antecedent To Conversion, (2) Regeneration and Conversion, (3) The Elements of Conversion: Faith and Repentance, (4) The Genuineness and Fruits of Conversion.
Historic Calvinism and Neo-Calvinism, 67 paragraphs, from the Westminster Theological Journal, vol. 36, 1973-74, with editorial revisions from the Rev. Sherman Isbell
Neo-Calvinism was birthed from the thought of Abraham Kuyper, Herman Dooyeweerd, and others in the late 1800’s. It has had a tremendous effect on, and has become a dominant feature of, reformed thought in America. Young show where Neo-Calvinism has departed from historic Calvinism on 7 points, including: a change of Covenant Theology, an over-emphasis on cultural renewal and institutions, a depreciation of personal religion, and affirming the unBiblical doctrine of presumptive regeneration with its various implications.
The Puritan Principle of Worship, 1957, 90 pages
The subheadings are: Introduction, (1) Calvin’s Formulation of the Regulative Principle, (2) The Witness of the Reformed Creeds, (3) The Testimony of the English Puritan Authors, (4) Objectivity in Worship, (5) Puritan Teaching Regarding the Content of Sung Praise
The Second Commandment, 25 paragraphs
Theory and Theology, 1968, 26 paragraphs
What is Truth? 1969, 29 paragraphs
Church Study Reports
Minority Report on the Free Offer of the Gospel, 1948, 13 paragraphs, co-written with Floyd Hamilton, The Minority Report follows the Majority Report at the bottom of the webpage.
Reformed Thought: Selected Writings of William Young Buy 440 pages
Here is a review by Roy Mohon. 5 paragraphs.
William Young on SermonAudio.com, 9 sermons