“Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God… The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh, and whither it goeth: so is every one that is born of the Spirit.”
Buchanan, James – The Regeneration of Infants, 1843, p. 212, 27 pages, from his The Office and Work of the Holy Spirit
Alexander, Archibald – Erroneous Views of Regeneration, HTML, from his Thoughts on Religious Experience, 1844, 41 paragraphs
Alexander, Archibald – The New Birth, from his Thoughts on Religious Experience, 1844, 27 short paragraphs
Alexander, Archibald – A Practical View of Regeneration, HTML, 1836, from The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review, volume 8, 30 long paragraphs
Berkhof, Louis – Regeneration and Effectual Calling, 1950, 39 paragraphs, from his Systematic Theology
Buchanan, James – New Birth Repentance and Faith, 1847, 10 paragraphs, from The Office and Work of the Holy Spirit
Cunningham, William – The Will in Regeneration, p. 613, 11 pages, from his Historical Theology, vol. 1
Hodge, Charles – Essays and Reviews, 1857, 661 pages
In this you will find Hodge taking up the interesting subjects of Regeneration, the Atonement, Theories of the Church, that the Roman Church is part of the Visible Church, the Lord’s Supper, Slavery (which he is against) and Emancipation, amongst others.
Hodge, Charles – Regeneration Necessary to Perceive the Beauty and Excellency of Divine Things, originally entitled, “Regeneration and The New Divinity Trend”, taken from the Princeton Review, 1846. It is a review of “Regeneration and the Manner of Its Occurrence, A Sermon from John 5:24″ by Samuel H. Cox, D.D., which advocated some common philosophic arguments against the doctrine of monergistic regeneration.
Hodge refutes the synergistic teaching that the natural man’s decision to trust Christ must come from an indifferent moral disposition and shows that the only reasonable explanation for holy decisions is that they must spring from holy first causes and inclinations.
Bavinck, Herman – Saved by Grace: the Holy Spirit’s Work in Calling and Regeneration, Buy 230 pages
An important work against today’s popular error of Presumptive Regeneration. Bavinck wrote this in critique of his fellow contemporary Dutch leader, Abraham Kuyper, the father of Neo-Calvinism. For a further analysis and critique of Neo-Calvinism, which has greatly influenced the modern American church (reformed and not reformed), read William Young’s article here.
Buchanan, James – The Office and Work of the Holy Spirit, specifically Part 1, The Spirit’s Work in the Conversion of Sinners, p. 9, 230 pages, and Part II, Illustrative Cases from the Bible, p. 239, 195 pages