I have been unable to establish the exact number of shorter writings by Philip Mauro and I doubt whether anyone will ever be able to do that. However, I estimate the total at approximately 80 although the number is probably much higher rather than less.
Some of the titles included in Collected Shorter Writings are still in print and a few have been floating around on the Internet. I opted for those titles that I believe best represent the views and convictions of Philip Mauro.
Dispensationalism Justifies the Crucifixion (1927) is an outstanding piece of writing, clearly by someone with a sound legal mind; Watch. Be Ready. (on the ten virgins) (1919) is as profound and as simple as
can be just as Shall We Smite with the Sword? (1917). Never Man Spake Like This Man (1923) is a profound masterpiece.
Some of these titles float around on the Internet and a few are in print. However, the majority were sourced at great expense In the end we have a compilation representing Philip Mauro, the young convert, to Philip Mauro, the elder Christian statesman.
Philip Mauro was ever thoughtful and his arguments lucid and well presented. You might not agree with him in everything he wrote but he was honest, candid and clear in writing as he did always. A few of these titles are classics in Christian literature.