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CCEL: John Calvin's Commentary on Romans By Rob Caskey
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John Calvin's commentary on Romans. Printed from public domain material provided by the Christian Classics Ethereal Library.
Summary of Christian Doctrine By Louis Berkhof
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Berkhof’s Summary of Christian Doctrine is a very concise version of his 1932 magnum opus, Systematic Theology. Berkhof’s theological views do not differ significantly from that of... More > earlier Reformed theologians such as Abraham Kuyper and Herman Bavinck, but his skilled summaries have proven very useful for teaching and instruction, particularly to young people and those beginning a deeper study of the Reformed tradition. -Kathleen O'Bannon, CCEL Staff< Less
Scottish Confession of Faith (1560) By Anonymous Anonymous
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The Scottish Confession of Faith, or the “Scots Confession,” appeared during the Protestant Reformation in, of course, Scotland. Its group of six authors—all of whom happened to... More > share the first name “John”—included John Knox, one of Calvinism’s most influential leaders. The Confession’s twenty-five chapters detail the Christian faith as understood by contemporary followers of John Calvin. The Scottish Confession remained the official Confession of the Church of Scotland until the Westminster Confession replaced it in 1648. -Kathleen O'Bannon, CCEL Staff< Less
Golden Grain By John Follette
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Golden Grain contains the brief thoughts from gifted preacher and teacher, John Wright Follette. These little "nuggets" of truth are short phrases or paragraphs that Follette kept... More > ready-at-hand to dispense to anyone in need of aid. Full of practical wisdom, these different nuggets are ideal for meditation, for each one holds in store a new spiritual insight. Indeed, only after much meditation and several reads do many of these encouraging and edifying thoughts show their greatest spiritual insight. Follette arranges some loosely around topics, others not. Either way, Golden Grain makes a wonderful supplement to one's devotions. -Tim Perrine, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
Robinson Crusoe By Defoe Daniel
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Robinson Crusoe is perhaps a book in need of no introduction. Widely held as the first novel in English, Robinson Crusoe tells the story of a castaway and his adventures while he was stranded on an... More > island for 28 years. First published in 1719, it has never gone out of print. This particular version has slightly updated some of the English, making it easier to read. A veritable literary classic, Robinson Crusoe has entertained readers of all ages for hundreds of years. If you haven't read this wonderful work before, now is the time! -Tim Perrine, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
Purpose in Prayer By Bounds Edward M.
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Purpose in Prayer is another treasure from Edward Bounds on prayer. Bounds, an admired spiritual guide, describes the purpose behind prayer and not simply the purpose of prayer. He focuses on an... More > individual's purpose in prayer; for one can understand the purpose of prayer, but not see the purpose in one's own prayers. Thus, Bounds attempts to encourage believers to not simply see the purpose of prayer, but to see that purpose in their own personal, private prayers. Throughout, Bounds frequently quotes other Christian thinkers, adding support and insight into his points about prayer. Composed of twelve short chapters, Purpose in Prayer is a rewarding book on prayer. -Tim Perrine, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
Devotions of Bishop Andrewes. Vol. I By Andrewes Lancelot
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Bishop Andrewes was one of the foremost Biblical scholars of his time. He also was one of the translators of the King James Version of the Bible and was King James' favorite preacher. The Devotions... More > of Bishop Andrewes was originally entitled, Preces Privatae, which translates to "Private Devotions." They are the private, intimate prayers of a very public and pious man. Andrewes was not motivated to write these devotions out of a desire to publish them. These devotions were written from Andrewes' heart out of love and devotion for our Lord. Andrewes is said to have spent five hours in prayer every day. Included in the collection are devotions for the morning and evening that he employed during his time alone with God. -Andrew Hanson, CCEL Intern< Less
School of Obedience By Andrew Murray
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Andrew Murray's passion for the spiritual well being of Christians shines through in his School of Obedience. Murray is well-known as a powerful and engaging writer, and School of Obedience is no... More > exception. In it, Murray takes traditional Christian ideas about obedience, and recasts them to show believers the true power and importance of those ideas. He emphasizes, in particular, how obedience to God is obedience to a Personal Being, our Creator and Sustainer. He also calls believers to obedience each day and every day. With less than ten chapters, School of Obedience, is a short essay on the nature of obedience, but one that anyone can profit from reading., Tim Perrine CCEL Staff Writer< Less
How To Pray By Reuben Archer Torrey
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Written a little over a century ago, How to Pray is a wonderful treatise on prayer. The author, Reuben Torrey, effortlessly guides even the most seasoned person of prayer into deeper, more... More > significant prayer. Torrey explains what prayer is, what it can do, and when one should pray. He also describes the hindrances that keep believers from praying effectively, and how with the power of God believers can overcome those hindrances. Filled with a spirit of graciousness, this classic work on prayer has helped generations and can also further one's own spiritual maturation in the "essential activity" of prayer. -Tim Perrine, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
Centuries of Meditations By Thomas Traherne
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Psalm 19:1 reads, "The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands." God displays his power in the immensity, complexity, and beauty of his creation. Thomas... More > Traherne, in his Centuries of Meditations, showcases his deep love for God's creative powers. The poetry in Centuries has a childlike humility in the face of God's glory. While living at a time where God's wrath and humanity's sin were the main topics of theological conversation, Traherne writes poetry that looks at the beauty of God and his goodness. His poetry is not just good Christian poetry, but good poetry that is appreciated by Christian and secular poetry lovers alike. -Andrew Hanson, CCEL Intern< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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