What meaneth this? is a collection of short articles on various theological issues from a Reformed Presbyterian Perspective. Each article is two to four pages in length and were originally published... More > in various Christian magazines as Presbyterian answers to then current debates. The last article is longer but still a very concise document in that in less than forty pages the birth of the Presbyterian churches through today is covered. This short history is intended as a primer for new members of the Presbyterian faith.
By Dr. Chuck Baynard 132 pages paperback< Less
A commentary on the Belgic Confession with study questions after each article. Cross references to other reformed confessions provided as footnotes to each article. 130 pages paperback by Dr. Chuck... More > Baynard< Less
41 Lessons in Reformed theology from the 2nd Helvetic Confession of Faith. 290 pages paperback by Dr. Chuck Baynard. Suitable for age groups from the late teens upwards. Each chapter is cross... More > referenced to all other Reformed confessions and Calvin's Institutes in the footnotes. Scripture references provided with each lesson making this a complete if not comprehensive resource concerning all major reformed dcotrines. Dr. Baynard attempts to make complex theological constructions easy for the initiate to theology to understand.< Less
A concise introduction to Presbyterian history and polity for new officers in the church. Originally written for the use in his church, the booklet has proven useful to many others seeking a more... More > abbreviated introduction for new officers. Paper back 60 pages, by Dr. Chuck Baynard< Less
The doctrine of the Bible established on the foundation of the Westminster standards. Who is God? What is God and what has He said to man? How to read, study, and apply the Bible to everyday life are... More > all addressed in this concise study. A special section dealing with the Lapsarian question is presented in the final chapter. 139 pages paperback, by Dr. Chuck Baynard< Less