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A Christian's Directory By Christopher Love
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Christopher Love was born in Cardiff, Wales in 1618. He was converted at the age of 15, and later assumed the pastorate of St. Lawrence Jewry in London, becoming a Presbyterian. This work is a... More > directory for the Christian taken from 1 Cor. 7:30-31 in 15 powerful and convicting sermons. Love says that this text may very well be called "A Christian’s Directory" to guide the Christian in his ordinary course in spite of what he may meet here in the world. Whatever his condition is he will find counsel. If he meets with crosses, troubles and afflictions, his duty is to “weep as if he wept not.” If he meets with prosperity and outward happiness, then his duty is to “rejoice as if he rejoiced not.” If he is in the working class and he gets a great estate, then his duty is to use his wealth so “as if he possessed it not.” This is an extremely practical series. This is not a scan or facsimile, and has been updated in modern English for easy reading. It also has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Gospel Music or the Singing of David’s Psalms By Cuthbert Sydenham
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Nathaniel Holmes (or Homes) D.D. (1599–1678), was a Calvinistic puritan divine, and a Reformed Preacher of the Gospel. This famous tract is a demonstration of the nature and necessity of... More > singing the Psalms of David in private (at home) and in corporate worship (with the congregation). Holmes covers six areas that teach the church how to think about Psalm singing: 1) the warrant that we have coming from the word of God to do so; 2) its unquestionable nature through the history of the church; 3) the ancient use of singing; 4) the usefulness of singing the Psalms of David, and 5) the objections of unjust men against psalm singing. He also adds in as an appendix the manner in which the New England churches sang Psalms. This is a very helpful introductory work to aid the Christian to think soberly about how Psalmody is handled in the word of God. This is not a scan or facsimile, and has been updated in modern English for easy reading. It also has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Two Wills of God: Does God Really Have Two Wills? By C. Matthew McMahon
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Through the centuries, hard questions have been deliberated concerning God's will. Understanding God's will and how it theologically functions in relationship to man's salvation can be a daunting... More > task. Answering some of those questions from the Scriptures brings clarity and helps us understand the glorious God that we serve. Have you ever wondered: Does God love only the elect? If God does not desire the wicked to perish, is God's will frustrated when the sinner goes his own way? Why is God seen as "repenting," or "sad," and even "changing His mind"?! What is "common grace," and is it really found in the Bible? Does God desire things He does not decree, and does He decree things He does not desire? How many wills does God have? This book gives the Christian the proper hermeneutical tools to define "God's will" and how that will works in and through redemptive history.< Less
One Kingdom Under God By Thomas Halliday
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Thomas Halliday was a powerful Scottish preacher during the 18th century who died at an early age. In spite of his short ministry, he preached and taught on a variety of subjects (which Puritan... More > Publications has published). In this work Halliday focuses on the office of the civil magistrate and government, and how the office of the magistrate sits under the Kingdom of God. This is a refreshing treatise preached over two-hundred years ago especially in light of the current “two-kingdom” theories being repropagated today. Halliday, with precision and conviction sets the biblical record straight and explains what the Bible and Reformed Church has taught for centuries - one kingdom under God.< Less
Systematic Theology Made Easy By C. Matthew McMahon
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This work is intended to take the major themes of systematic theology and place them in an easy to understand format. This is an introductory work for those beginning to study this subject, and deals... More > with systematic theology in bite-size portions, or theological sound-bytes. Subjects covered in this work range from the science of theology, to the doctrines of Scripture, of God, of man, of salvation, covenant theology, the person and work of Jesus Christ, the benefits of redemption, the Law of God and even eschatology, including the doctrines of heaven and hell. This is a perfect primer for the new student of theology, or a refresher for those who want to study the marrow of systematic theology without needing to wade through other volumes which span thousands of pages.< Less
The Doctrine of Regeneration and Other Sermons By Thomas Halliday
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Thomas Halliday is relatively little known by anyone in the Reformed community today, much less the Christian community. This is a tragedy. His sermons are beyond excellent. They are exegetically... More > outstanding and practically powerful as Reformed sermons should be. It is a sad providence that more of his writings are not in print. As a result of this first volume being reproduced for our day, no doubt, more of Halliday’s works will soon come to light. Sufficient for today is this volume which contains a “Memoir” by Andrew Symington, and seven theologically rich sermons by Halliday which comprise important Christian doctrines: the first and greatest commandment, the doctrine of regeneration, the doctrine of perseverance of the saints, the doctrine of God’s sovereignty and other gems.< Less
The Reformation's Light By Dr. C. Matthew McMahon & Therese B. McMahon
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The writings of the Reformers themselves hold the marrow and the blessing of the Reformation. In this little volume are a series of encouraging writings written by four Reformation giants-Beza,... More > Latimer, Calvin and Knox-theological powerhouses that have lifted their pens time after time so that you, the reader, may be able to glean something important from God's mouth. These able men have penned some of the most important literature ever written, and contained herein are some of the most heavenly pieces they have given to exhort you to a higher understanding of Jesus Christ, His Church, His discipline, and His salvation.< Less
Augustine’s Calvinism: The Doctrines of Grace in Augustine’s Writings By C. Matthew McMahon
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Aurelius Augustine (354-430) is one of the most prominently known figures in the history of the Christian church. He was a philosopher and theologian of the highest order, and steadfastly preached on... More > the grace of God. He preached and wrote on the grace of God so extensively to preserve the truth of the gospel (especially against the heretic Pelagius) that he was deemed “the Doctor of Grace.” Many today hold to what has become known as the Five Points of Calvinism, or the doctrines of grace. They comprise the five points of Total Depravity, Unconditional Election, Limited Atonement, Irresistible Grace and the Perseverance of the Saints. But did Augustine believe these same “Calvinistic” doctrines? Is Augustine’s theological view of sin, election, the death of Christ, regeneration and sanctification the same as the Reformers, the Puritans, or even those who hold to the Gospel of Grace today? This work is a survey of that question and demonstrates from Augustine’s works that he was, undoubtedly, a Calvinist.< Less
Independency: A Great Schism By Daniel Cawdrey
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This work by Daniel Cawdrey is extremely important on the doctrine of church government. Cawdrey writes against Dr. John Owen’s work, the “Tract on Schism” published in 1657.... More > Cawdrey masterfully deals with Owen’s work, and explains the nature of Dr. Owen’s mistakes on attempting to justify Independency. Cawdrey not only demonstrates that Dr. Owen is biblically wrong, but also that the position of Independency is in fact a “great schism” to the church of Jesus Christ. Chapters include: Of the Nature of Schism in Scripture Causeless Separation from a true Church is Schism Of the Church Catholic Mystical, and its Union Of the Church Catholic visible, and its Union Independentism in Donatism Of the particular Church, and its Union Independentism, a Great Schism This work also contains "an appendix to the former discourse of schism; showing the inconstancy of the Dr. and the inconsistency of his former and present opinions." This is not a scan or facsimile.< Less
The Last Words and Letters of Christopher Love: With a Clear Vindication of His Principles and Practices By Christopher Love
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Christopher Love was born in Cardiff, Wales in 1618. He was converted at the age of 15, attended New Inn Hall, Oxford, and later assumed the pastorate of St. Lawrence Jewry in London, later becoming... More > a Presbyterian. Because of Love’s political leanings and involvements he was arrested by Oliver Cromwell’s forces for his “alleged” plan to raise money for the restoration of the monarchy, a charge Love denied. He was arrested for treason. Love was beheaded on Tower Hill, London on August 22, 1651. This work is a “vindication” of his position, while also housing a number of documents that have not been previously published, including the last sermon he ever preached on Job 30:23, and his final words immediately before being executed. The letters contained in this volume are eminently spiritual and practical. Throughout this work Love’s last words are a testimony to God’s grace and his convictions of standing before God and men without guile. This is not a scan or facsimile.< Less

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