Student Committee of the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary. A Report of the Christian Citizenship Conference, devoted to the consideration of Political Loyalty to the Lord Jesus Christ; Held in the Allegheny Covenanter Church, corner of Sandusky and North Diamond Streets. Monday and Tuesday, February 24th and 25th, 1902. Allegheny, PA: Press of John C. Park, 1902. First Edition. Maroon cloth, 6 1/4 x 8 1/2 inches, white title on front rubbed with loss, 124 clean and unmarked pp., tight. Good. Hardcover. 
At the conclusion of this conference, the first of its kind, the students of the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Allegheny, Pennsylvania, formed a Committee to over see the publication of the addresses delivered on the occasion. These include:
Jesus Christ the Royal Saviour, and Governor Among the Nations, by Dr. A. J. McFarland.
A Statement of the Resolution offered by Rev. J. R. Wylie, "All Christians, having been redeemed by the blood of Christ, should stand loyally for His Kingly authority over the nations and should recognize His right to rule their lives as citizens, a right generally neglected or denied."
What the Constitution Lacks, by Rev. R. C. Wylie
Discussion of the Resolution moved by Rev. J. S. Thompson, "The present Constitution of the United States fails to meet the requirements of God's Word by its failure to recognize the authority of Christ and His law, and violates that Word in giving the supreme place to the people without acknowledging the Sovereignty of God and also in terms of the oath prescribed for the President."
What is the Consistent Attitude for a Christian to take Under a Government which bars Christ Out? by W. J. McKnight.
The Relation to Voter Sustains to the Official Oath of His Representative, by Dr. J. W. Sproull.
The Blighting Effect upon Spiritual Life of an Oath to an Unchristian Constitution and to Unscriptural Laws, by Rev. Dr. R. J. George.
Presentation of the Resolution moved by Rev. R. H. Martin, "A Christian cannot in Loyalty to Christ swear to carry on our Government according to a Law that leaves Christ out."
Address by Rev. F. M. Wilson in support of the Resolution by Rev. R. H. Martin.
The Need of Awakening the Conscience of the Christian Citizen to Loyalty to Christ, by Rev. J. C. McFeeters, D.D.
Presentation of the Resolution moved by the Rev. B. M. Sharp, "The Christian who separates himself from an Unchristian Constitution owes it to Christ and to his country to do his utmost to bring his country to know, acknowledge and serve Christ."
Address by Rev. John C. Slater in support of the Resolution by Rev. B. M. Sharp.
The Failure of Christian Citizens acting under the Present Constitution to effect any Real and Lasting Reformation by the use of the Ballot, by Prof. James M. Coleman.
Presentation of the Resolution moved by the Rev. R. J. Gault, "The history of the past century goes far to prove that no real reformation is to be expected from the ballots even of Christian Citizens, while they choose men to carry out as supreme political law, a constitution that knows not he Lord."
Address by Rev. H. G. Foster in support of the Resolution by Rev. R. J. Gault.
The Attitude of Protest - The Attitude of Power, by the Rev. A. Kilpatrick.
Presentation of the Resolution moved by the Rev. Prof. R. J. McIsaac, "The Reformer to be effective must stand clear of the wrong which he would reform."
The Master Passions of a Witness, by Rev. W. M. George.
Presentation of the Resolution moved by the Rev. F. M. Foster, "All True Reform Principles Lead to the Position Against Swearing to Carry on Government According to that Law which Leaves Out Christ."
Christian Citizens Should Hold Consistently for the Highest Christian Ideal of Civil Government, by the Rev. W. P. Johnston.