Bibliographies of Biblical Commentaries
Order of Contents
Bibliographies, Reference Lists & Catalogues 17+
Guides to Reference Works 3
Bibliographies of Bibliographies 3
Bibliographies of Particular Authors 1
Libraries of Reformed Theologians 6
Guides to Post-Reformation Reference Works 2
General Bibliographies, Reference Lists & Catalogues on the Bible & Theology 17+
Wake, William – A Catalogue of Books… consisting of Fathers, Latin & English Commentaries on the Bible… (London, 1691)
Dupin, Louis Ellies – A New History of Ecclesiastical Writers… including the 17th Century (London, 1693-1707, 17 vols., fol., bound in 7)
Dupin (1657–1719) was a French, Romanist, ecclesiastical historian. On this French writer and his massive, standard work, see Smith, p. 10 and McClintock & Strong.
A Course of Lectures, Containing a Description & Systematic Arrangement of the Several Branches of Divinity, Accompanied with an Account Both of the Principal Authors & of the Progress which has been made at Different Periods, in Theological Learning (London, 1809 ff.) All 7 parts bound in 1 vol. ToC 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
“They embrace almost every topic of Biblical criticism and interpretation, and also the genuineness, authenticity and credibility of the Scriptures; and are particularly valuable for their bibliographical and critical notices of the principal writers who have treated on these subjects.” – T.H. Horne
Lectures on the Criticism & Interpretation of the Bible, with Two Preliminary Lectures on Theological Study & Theological Arrangement: to which are Added Two Lectures on the History of Biblical Interpretation (London, 1842)
“This is a new edition, revised, corrected and enlarged, of the first four parts of the preceding course of lectures. The two additional lectures on the history of Biblical interpretation, which were published separately, contain bibliographical notices of the principal writers on that subject.” – T.H. Horne
Illustrations of Biblical Literature, Exhibiting the History & Fate of the Sacred Writings from the Earliest Period to the Present Century: including Biographical Notices of Translators & other Eminent Biblical Scholars, vol. 1 (in the OT up to 1200’s), 2 (up to 1500’s) (London, 1821)
Townley (1774–1833) was an English, Wesleyan, Methodist minister.
“The ample volumes before us comprise a rich fund of instructive and pleasing information on the subject of Sacred Bibliograpby. They have been compiled from a great variety of publications, many of them inaccessible to the generality of readers, and some of them of extreme rarity.” “The industry and the accuracy of Mr. Townley will entitle his volumes to the approbation of the critic and the patronage of the public. They afford a more comprehensive view of the progress of Biblical Translations and of the Literary and Ecclesiastical History of the Holy Scriptures than is to be found in any other work.” – Eclectic Review, in Horne
An Introduction to the Literary History of the Bible (London, 1828)
“This… is a second edition of the Biblical Anecdotes published by Dr. Townley in 1813, [it] may be considered as an epitome of his Illustrations of Biblical Literature. It contains many interesting anecdotes relative to the Literary History of the Scriptures from the earliest period to the commencement of the nineteenth century.” – Horne
Orme, William – Bibliotheca Biblica: A Select List of Books on Sacred Literature; with Notices, Biographical, Critical & Bibliographical (1824) 516 pp.
This is one large annotated bibliography in alphabetical order by author.
“For many of his titles and notices of books, Mr. Orme has been indebted to the present Work [of T.H Horne], to which he has honourably acknowledged his obligations. ‘The theological student cannot fail to derive much advantage from it ; and the more learned divine will find it an excellent supplement to the Bibliotheca Theologica Selecta of the laborious Walchius, or to the erudite Bibliotheca Sacra of Le Long.’ British Critic” – Horne
Bickersteth, Edward – The Christian Student: Designed to Assist Christians in General in Acquiring Religious Knowledge, With a List of Books Suitable for a Minister’s Library (1829) 645 pp. See especially ‘The Minister’s Library’ 95 pp.
Clarke, Adam & J.B.B. Clarke – A Concise View of the Succession of Sacred Literature, in a Chronological Arrangement of Authors & their Works, from the Invention of Alphabetical Characters, to the Year of Our Lord 1445, vol. 1, 2 (New York, 1839) Vol. 1, written by Adam Clarke, goes up to A.D. 395; vol. 2, written by his son, goes up to A.D. 1300. Unable to find an edition that goes up to 1445.
“The whole contains much important information relative to biblical and ecclesiastical literature.” – T.H. Horne
Horne, Thomas Hartwell – A Manual of Biblical Bibliography: Comprising a Catalogue Methodically Arranged of the Principal Editions & Versions of the Holy Scriptures, Together with Notices of the Principal Philologers, Critics & Interpreters of the Bible (1839)
Lowndes’ British Librarian, or Book Collector’s Guide… Class 1, Religion & its History (London, 1839-42) ToC
Darling, James – Cyclopedia Bibliographica: A Library Manual of Theological & General Literature, vols. 1 (Subjects), 2 (A-H), 3 (I-Z) (1859)
This is perhaps the most exhaustive bibliographical collection up to its day, including all of the older theological literature (reformers and puritans included). See Hadidian, 1985, below for a continuation of this work.
Malcom, Howard – Theological Index: References to the Principal Works in Every Department of Religious Literature, Embracing Nearly Seventy Thousand Citations, Arranged under Two Thousand Heads (Boston, 1868) 485 pp.
“Includes about 70,000 titles under 2,000 specific subject headings. Unfortunately, the entries are given in a very abridged form… which makes identification difficult.” – Muether & Kepple
Hagenbach, Karl – Theological Encyclopaedia & Methodology: on the Basis of Hegenbach (1884) 600 pp. trans. & enl. by George Crooks & John F. Hurst
Hagenbach (1801–1874) was a liberal, Swiss/German historical theology scholar.
“A comprehensive work on theology which also includes many extensive bibliographies that list about 5,000 books. Includes index. Based on the original German work , enlarged by the addition of English and American titles.” – Muether & Kepple
Free Church of Scotland – Proposal for the Foundation & Formation of Libraries in the Manses of the Free Church of Scotland; With a Catalogue of Books, Revised & Recommended by William Cunningham & James Buchanan
K., J. – Abridged Catalogue of Books in New College Library, Edinburgh (1893) 223 pp.
New College was the seminary of the Free Church of Scotland from its origins in 1843 to 1900. The first half of the work lists the books by author, the second half is by topic.
Cave, Alfred – An Introduction to Theology: its Principles, its Branches, its Results & its Literature (1896) 630 pp.
“An introduction to the study of theology which includes large bibliographies of recommended books of each section. Includes English, German, and French works. Author and subject indexes. Strongest on biblical studies.” – Muether & Kepple
Hurst, John Fletcher – Literature of Theology: A Classified Bibliography of Theological & General Religious Literature (1896) 618 pp.
Hurst (1834–1903) was an American bishop in the Methodist Episcopal Church, a historian, and the first Chancellor of the American University in Washington, D.C.
“Based on his 1882 work: Biblioteca Theologica. An extensive classified bibliography of ‘the best and most desirable books in theology and general religious literature published in Great Britain, the United States, and the Dominion of Canada.’ Detailed classified arrangement, see nine-page table of contents. Includes author and subject index.”
Morris, Raymond P. – A Theological Book List (1960) 250 pp. ToC
“Morris is selective and intended for librarians anxious to have all the main books for students.” – Owen Chadwick
“‘Produced by the Theological Education Fund of the International Missionary Council for Theological Seminaries and Colleges in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Southwest Pacific.’ Includes 5,472 works, primarily in English, considered to be basic for developing theological libraries in the Third World. Detailed classed arrangement, author index, brief annotations.” – Muether & Kepple
Essential Books for Christian Ministry: Basic Readings for Pastors, Church Staff Leaders, & Laymen Buy (Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1972)
“Lists about 1,000 titles, selected by the seminary faculty, in order to ‘assist students, alumni, and Christian lay workers in selecting the most helpful books for their libraries’ (preface). Classified arrangement with brief annotations but no indexes…” – Muether & Kepple
Barber, Cyril J.
The Minister’s Library, vol.1 (Baker, 1974) 376 pp. ToC Vol. 1 goes up to 1970; vol. 2 is a compilation of periodic supplements 1-4, issued between 1976-1982.
Barber was an evangelical pastor who headed up Klock & Klock publishing, which has reprinted some of the best Christian theological literature in modern times.
The Minister’s Library, vol. 3 covers 1986-2005
100+ Best Books for your Bible Study Library Buy (2004) 96 pp.
Hadidian, Dikran – Bibliography of British Theological Literature, 1850-1940 Buy (1985)
“A selective list of British theological imprints. Excludes most pamphlets. Dates were selected to continue Darling’s bibliography (above) through to the end of the British empire. An introductory essay provides a bibliographical study of the direction of British theology during this period.” – Muether & Kipple
Moo, Douglas – An Annotated Bibliography on the Bible & the Church Buy (1986)
“‘Compiled for the Alumni Association of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School’ by the faculty of that seminary. A substantial (112-page) bibliography listing books ‘most helpful to the local pastor,’ chosen from an evangelical theological perspective. Classified arrangement with an author index. While this is a useful list, the quality and extent of annotation, the bibliographical citation form, and the (implicit) criteria for inclusion vary greatly from section to section. A more detailed table of contents is needed.” – Muether & Kepple
Sugg & Trotti – Building a Pastor’s Library Buy (1991) Union Theological Seminary, liberal
“A revision of Essential Books for a Pastor’s Library (5th ed., 1976). Intended to list subject areas which should be represented in a pastor’s library and to suggest, in each category, one or more important books. Classified arrangement with brief annotations. No indexes.” – Muether & Kepple
Martin, Robert – A Guide to the Puritans Buy (Banner of Truth, 1997)
This bibliographic work consists of two parts: puritan writings organized by topic and then by book, chapter and verse of Scripture. The number of puritan writings included is helpful, including most of what was reprinted up to 1997, especially the Banner of Truth sets, but so many more of the puritans have been reprinted since then, the work is dated.
Bauer, David – An Annotated Guide to Biblical Resources for Ministry Buy (Hendrickson, 2003/2011) 330 pp. ToC
Beeke, Joel – Meet the Puritans: with a Guide to Modern Reprints (2007)
Calmet, Augustine – ‘A Supplement to the Holy Library’ in A Historical, Critical, Chronological, Geographical & Literal Dictionary of Sacred Scripture… (Augustae Vindelicorum: Veith, 1736), vol. 4
On this work, see T.H. Horne, Manual, p. 1.
Table of Contents
– General & Particular Polyglots, Hebrew & Rabbinic Bibles, Hebrew New Testament, Samaritan Pentateuch, Targum & Chaldean Paraphrases, Oriental Bibles, Greek New Testament, The Old Latin Bible & Recensions, Protestant Latin Bible, Latin New Testament, Catholic French Bible, Other Language Bibles
– General Commentaries on the Old & New Testament, General Protestant Commentaries, General Jewish Commentaries, Commentaries on the Pentateuch, Commentaries on Each book of the OT, pp. 289-353
Part 2, ‘On the New Testament’
Concordances & Harmonies, Commentaries on the 4 Gospels, Commentaries on each book of the NT, pp. 355-399
Part 3, ‘On the Study of Sacred Scripture’
Hebrew, Chaldean, Syriac & Arabic Grammars, Dictionaries of Books, Sacred Libraries, Hebrew & Chaldean Concordances of Books, Greek & Latin Concordances, Introduction to Sacred Scripture, Of the Rule of Interpreting Scripture, pp. 401-409
Part 4, ‘Authors that have written on Jewish Antiquities, Laws, Customs of the Hebrews & of their Religion, Polity, Military, Geography & History’
Jewish Antiquities, the Laws & the Religion of the Jews, on the Messiah & the Antichrist, of the Tabernacle & the Temple, Of the Jewish Synagogue, of the Jewish Priests & Sacrifices, of the Feasts, Tithes & Offerings, of Jewish Fastings, Circumcision, Washings & Prayers, of Jewish Idolatry & Superstitions, of the Hebrew Republic & Polity, Punishments & Penalties of the Jews, of the Hebrew Military, the History, Annals & Chronology of the Jews, the Sacred Geography of the Hebrews, Studies, Schools & Books of the Jews, Various Sects of the Jews, of Hebrew Coins, Weights & Measures, of Animals which are in Scripture, of the Sicknesses in Scripture, of the Trees & Plants in Scripture, of the Precious Stones in Scripture, of the Hebrew Feasts, of Hebrew Clothes, of Hebrew Marriages, of Hebrew Music & Musical Instruments, of Hebrew Funerals, pp. 411-429
Walch, Johann Georg – A Select Theological Library, Instructing by Written Annotations, vol. 1 (Methods of Theological Study, Creeds, Catechisms, Polemical), 2 (Polemical, Moral Theology), 3 (Church History in General & of the NT), 4 (Exegetical Theology, Homiletics) (Jena, 1757-65) ToC, vol. 1, 2, 3, 4
On this work, see T.H. Horne, Manual, p. 2. “…admirable for the diligence and for the extensive reading and accuracy which it evinces. The sound judgment, remarkable in other works in this theologian, is conspicuous in this publication. All possible aids for theological literature are here embraced. The whole is well arranged… How much the author of the present work is indebted to the Bibliotheca Theologica Selecta, the frequent references made to it will sufficiently attest.” – Horne
On Printed Editions of the Bible
Lelong, Jacques – A Sacred Library in Two Distinct Parts 3rd & best ed. (Paris, 1723) ToC Covers only editions of the Bible.
Lelong (1665–1721) was a French, Romanist, bibliographer, born in Paris. On this work, see T.H. Horne, Manual, p. 1.
Masch, Andrea Gottlieb – The Sacred Library, after Jacob Lelong & C.F. Boerner in an Orderly Way Distributed, Emended, Supplemented & Continuated Again with Care by Andrea Gottlieb Masch, vol. 1 (Pt. 1, Editions of the Original Text), 2 (Pt. 2, Versions of the Sacred Books; vol. 1, Oriental Versions), 3 (Pt. 2, vol. 2, Greek Versions), 4 (pt. 2, vol. 3, pt. 1, Latin Versions), 5 (pt. 2, vol. 3, pt. 2, Versions of Versions, Metrical), 6 (pt. 2, vol. 4, Chronological Index) (1774-97)
Masch (1724–1807) was a German Lutheran theologian and scholar. On this work, see T.H. Horne, Manual, p. 1.
Pettigrew, Thomas Joseph – Bibliotheca Sussexiana. A Descriptive Catalogue, accompanied by Historical & Biographical Notices, of the Manuscripts & Printed Books contained in the Library of… the Duke of Sussex… (London, 1827-1839)
Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex (England, 1773–1843) was the sixth son and ninth child of King George III. On this valuable work, see Horne, Manual, p. 3.
Guides to Reference Works 3
Trotti, John – Aids to a Theological Library Buy (1977)
“Written as a guide for theological libraries, intends to stress the bibliographical, reference and book-buying resources that a theological library should have. Classed arrangement, but no table of contents or index. Earlier editions included a listing of scholarly periodicals in religion.” – Muether & Kepple
Gorman & Gorman – Theological & Religious Reference Materials, vol. 1 (General & Biblical Resources), 2 (Systematic Theology & Church History), 3 (Practical Theology) Buy (1984-1985) ToC 1, 2, 3
This set includes everything and is not limited to conservative works.
“This is the best recent guide for the literature of church history and historical theology, but the second volume in the series must be used in conjunction with the first, since there is much material on church history in the first volume. These two volumes provide detailed annotations for most reference works in church history, but the organization is poor. Standard denomination bibliographies are dispersed throughout the volumes, but can be located through the indices.” – Richard Muller & James Bradley
Muether, John & Robert Kepple – Reference Works for Theological Research: an Annotated Selective Bibliographical Guide Buy 3rd ed. (1991/1992) 250 pp. ToC
“The authors are to be congratulated for the improvements introduced in this edition. Within its scope this volume represents the best available guide to the basic sources of Western scholarship on traditional Christianity. It is highly recommended for seminary and theological college libraries.” – Richard Muller
Barber, Cyril J. & Robert M. Krauss, Jr. – An Introduction to Theological Research: a Guide for College & Seminary Students 2nd ed. rev. & expanded (University Press of America, 2000) 185 pp. ToC
Bibliographies of Bibliographies 4
Munsell, Joel – Catalogue of a Bibliographic Library… (Albany, 1856) 38 pp. no ToC or subdivisions Alphabestical by author and/or title
“This Collection embraces a large number of works most essential to the Librarian, in all the languages of Europe, and in extent is exceeded only by that presented to the Astor Library… Many of the works in this branch if literature are now extremely scarce…” – Notice
Smith, Wilbur – A List of Bibliographies of Theological & Biblical Literature Published in Great Britain & America, 1595-1931: with Critical, Biographical & Bibliographical Notes (Coatesville, PA: 1931) 66 pp. no ToC Author Index
Smith was a presbyterian minister. Includes Latin titles.
“Note limits of coverage: ‘theology’ in strict ‘systematic theology’ sense; does not include church history or practical theology. Lists only separately published materials. Includes brief annotations and biographical information on the author of each bibliography. Well done, but hard to use since entries are arranged by date. Author index.” – Muether & Kepple
Barrow, John – A Bibliography of Bibliographies in Religion Buy (1955)
“Lists about 4,000 separately published bibliographies… Covers up to about 1952, fairly complete to 1950. Dated but not superseded. Classified arrangement, (but no section for Systematic Theology) — use the detailed table of contents for specific subjects. Title and author index. Includes fairly good critical annotations and some information on the location of copies.” – Muether & Kepple
ed. Walsh, Michael – Religious Bibliographies in Serial Literature: a Guide Buy (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1981) 235 pp. ToC
“Lists 178 bibliographical tools which are published regularly… Arranged alphabetically by title with subject and title indexes. Includes lengthy annotations as to each item’s characteristics and usefulness.” – R. Kepple & J. Muether
Bibliographies of Particular Authors 1
Arranged topically, with links where available. This is the largest bibliography of Muller’s writings on the net, though not quite exhaustive. For something exhaustive up through 2013, see:
eds. Ballor, Sytsma, Zuidema – Church & School in Early Modern Protestantism: Studies in Honor of Richard A. Muller on the Maturation of a Theological Tradition Buy (2013) 800 pp.
Resources for Muller’s Writings
Libraries of Reformed Theologians in chronological order 8
Leu, Keller & Weidmann – Conrad Gessner’s Private Library Pre (Brill, 2008)
Gessner (1516-1565) was reformed and was a Swiss physician, naturalist, bibliographer, philologist and encyclopedist. This was the 21st and last volume of his encyclopedia of general knowledge. This volume is a massive theological bibliography.
Leu & Weidmann – Huldrych Zwingli’s Private Library Pre (Brill, 2019)
The Library of Heinrich Bullinger
The Library of Michael Wigglesworth
Wigglesworth was a New England puritan, known for his poem on the Day of Judgment.
The Library of the Mather Family
The Library of Thomas Shepherd
Gerrish, Samuel – A Catalogue of Curious & Valuable Books, Belonging to the Late Reverend & Learned, Mr. Ebenezer Pemberton, Consisting of Divinity, Philosophy, History, Poetry, etc. (Boston, 1717) 28 pp. ToC 678 works
The Library of Jonathan Edwards
Smyth, Thomas – ‘The Beginning of the Smyth Library’ & ‘The Sale of the Smyth Library’ in Autobiographical Notes, Letters & Reflections, pp. 111-132 & 495-506
Smyth (1808-1873) was a southern presbyterian elder and theologian in Charleston, SC at Second Presbyterian Church, alongside James H. Thornwell, John L. Girardeau and John Adger. He had a renowned library; one of the largest personal libraries in America at the time.
The Library of David Hay Fleming
Fleming (1849-1931) was one of the preeminent historians of the Scottish Church.
The Library of Gisbert Voet: Catalogus variorum librorum instuctissimæ bibliothecæ… Gisberti Voetii... (1678)
Guides to Post-Reformation Reference Works
Spargo, John Webster – ‘Some Reference Books of the Sixteenth & Seventeenth Centuries: a Finding-List’ The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, vol. 31, no. 2 (1937), pp. 133-175
Besides other background and valuable references, this article has a list 150 notable reference works from the Post-Reformation era, mostly in Latin, on pp. 141-69.
‘Reference’ at Post-Reformation Digital Library
This is divided into 10 topical sections, which are then divided further into primary sources, modern secondary sources and contemporary websites.
Bibliographies on Theology
Maunsell, Andrew – The First Part of the Catalogue of English Printed Books which concerns such Matters of Divinity… (London, 1595; Gregg Press, 1965) 123 pp. no ToC
Maunsell was a bookseller. The work is organized by theological topic in alphabetical order. The Bible section lists resources on chapters and verses through the books of the Bible.
The second part of this work is appended and contains books on the sciences. See Smith, p. 5.
Ecclesiastes, or, A Discourse Concerning the Gift of Preaching as it Falls under the Rules of Art, showing the Most Proper Rules & Directions for Method, Invention, Books [&] Expression, whereby a Minister may be Furnished with such Abilities as may make Him a Workman that Needs Not to be Ashamed: Very Seasonable for these Times… 3rd ed. (London, 1651) This is especially full on resources on each book of the Bible.
Ecclesiastes, or, A Discourse Concerning the Gift of Preaching… 7th ed. corrected & much enlarged (London, 1693) 328 pp. ToC Index
Wilkins (1614-1672) was an Anglican clergyman, natural philosopher and author, and was one of the founders of the Royal Society. He was Bishop of Chester from 1668 until his death.
This work was a standard English reference in its own day. The work contains excellent theological bibliographies on many of the main and particular loci in theology, interpretation, Church history, etc. See Smith, p. 6.
Anon. – A Catalogue of the Most Approved Divinity Books [& Sermons] which have been Printed or Reprinted about Twenty Years Past & Continued Down to this Present Year, 1657… (London: Printed for John Rothwell, 1655/1657) 92 pp. ToC Preface by Edmund Calamy
This is ordered alphabetically by the author’s last name. The catalogue of volumes of sermons, by the same way of organization, begins on p. 69.
Leigh, Edward – A Treatise of Religion & Learning & of Religious & Learned Men Consisting of Six Books… (London, 1657) 373 pp. ToC Index (Authors & Subjects) Bibliographic Sources Leigh Used This work was reprinted in 1663 as Fœlix consortium…
The first book is on religion in general, which intersperses bibliographics references in its narrative (see especially ch. 6 on the Reformed religion). So does the second book on learning in general, including information on many universities and schools.
Books 2-6 are an alphabetical listing of authors by their last name who were known for their zeal in religion or for learning in general, with notes and a listing of their notable works. See Smith, p. 7.
Two Letters of Advice: I. For the Susception of Holy Orders; II. For Studies Theological, Especially such as are Rational: at the End of the Former is Inserted a Catalogue of the Christian Writers, & Genuine Works that are Extant of the First Three Centuries (Dublin, 1672) 299 pp. ToC There was an improved 2nd ed. in 1680 and a “corrected and improved” 3rd ed. in 1691 (359 pp.) Ref
A Catalogue of Choice Books in Divinity… (London, 1687)
Bibliotheca Catechetica, or the Country Curate’s Library, being an Essay Towards Providing All the Parochial Cures of England… with a Study of Useful Books… to enable the ministers thereof to catechise the youth & to instruct the people in all things necessary to salvation (London, 1699) 39 pp. ToC
Bibliotheca Parochialis: or, A Scheme of such Theological Heads both General & Particular, as are More Peculiarly Requisite to be well studied by every pastor of a parish. Part. I. Together with a Catalogue of Books which may be Read upon each of Those Points (London, 1697) ToC
A Supplement to the Bibliotecha Parochialis… (London, 1697) 18 pp. ToC
Bibliotheca Parochialis, etc., or a Scheme of such Theological & Other Heads, as Seem Requisite to be Perus’d, or Occasionally Consulted, by the Reverend Clergy… (London, 1707) 412 pp. Analytical Table
“The second edition is so changed as really to be a new book.” – Steiner, p. 243 See Smith, p. 11.
Bennet, Thomas – Directions for Studying, I. A General System or Body of Divinity; II. The Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion… 3rd ed. (London, 1727) 196 pp. ToC Account of the Books
Bennet (1673-1728) was an Anglican clergyman. Many books are referred to throughout this extended essay, with a more concise account of the books at the end.
Dupin, Louis Ellies – A Complete Method of Studying Divinity: or a Regular Course of Theological Studies, Digested into a New Method. To which is Annexed a Catalogue of the Most Improtant Theological Questions, & of the Most Eminent Authors that have Wrote upon Each Question (London, 1720) 480 pp. ToC Index Catalogue of Questions & Authors 160 pp.
Dupin (1657–1719) was a French, Romanist, ecclesiastical historian. Dupin lists Protestant writers right along with Romanist ones.
Need to get more references from Smith, p. 12 ff.
Library & Book-Seller Catalogues
‘Of Theology’ in The Catalogue of the Library of Utrecht (Utrecht, 1608), pp. 7-111 Alphabetical by last name
‘Books of Sacred Theology’ in A Catalogue of the Library of Amsterdam (1612), pp. 1-20 There are also 1622 & 1688 editions Arranged by bookcases and topics
Table of Contents
Theological Books of Protestantism G-H
Of Papists I-K
Ecclesiastical History: Ancients & Protestants L
Ecclesiastical History: Papists M
‘Of Theology’ in A Catalogue of Printed Books at Geneva, which are amongst… [Two] Genevan Booksellers, being for Sale… (Geneva [n.d.]), pp. 13-28 Alphabetical by last name
‘Theological Books’ in A Catalogue of the Books of the Public Library which is in the Illustrious Order of Frisia at the Franeker Academy (Franeker, 1656), pp. 1-72 Arranged by subject and bookcases
Table of Contents
Various Editions of Sacred Books
Hebrew Interpreters, Philology, Lexicography, Oriental
. By Century
Bibliography by an Author
Hottinger, Johann H. – A Library: a Fourfold River… (Zurich, 1664) ToC
Pt. 1, ch. 3 is a theological bibliography of English writers. The first part of it gives a list by last name of the main works. Pages 56-69 lists the works by loci of theology.