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A Treatise of Man's Imaginations By William Perkins
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William Perkins (1558-1602) was a Calvinist minister and theologian who was one of the foremost leaders of the Puritan movement in the Church of England. His “Works” were originally... More > published in three large volumes spanning thousands of pages. However, he wrote a number of individual treatises that are exceedingly biblical, spiritual and helpful for Christians today. This work on man’s imaginations is taken from Genesis 8:21, “…For the imagination of man’s heart is evil even from his youth.” Not many years after the Synod of Dordt and the Arminian debate, Perkins penned this exposition that teaches total depravity in a practical framework. He covers the natural man’s thoughts and imaginations, and how those thoughts apply to God, his neighbor and himself. He then demonstrates the use of the doctrine that “God will have all or none of man’s heart,” and how that truth applies to all men in order to be reformed before God through Jesus Christ. This modernized version is not a scan or facsimile.< Less
A Treatise of God’s Free Grace and Man’s Free Will By William Perkins
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William Perkins (1558 – 1602) was a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and a famous Cambridge theologian. He was a celebrated divine who wrote voluminously on a number of important... More > theological and practical topics including a number of works on God’s grace. This treatise is an echo of Scripture teaching how God’s will and man’s will work in their respective spheres, and with each other working from his text, Matthew 23:37-38. This work is designed to humble the creature in realizing that God’s free grace is that which enables man to believe the Gospel. And it also teaches that man’s free will is actually a slave to his desires. Perkin’s covers the will of God looking at both God’s sovereignty and God’s good pleasure in light of Jerusalem’s unwillingness to repent. He also covers the will of man in four important areas: in the garden before the fall, after the fall, in light of and after regeneration, and glorified in heaven. This is not a scan or facsimile.< Less
A Treatise of God’s Free Grace and Man’s Free Will By William Perkins
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William Perkins (1558 – 1602) was a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and a famous Cambridge theologian. He was a celebrated divine who wrote voluminously on a number of important... More > theological and practical topics including a number of works on God’s grace. This treatise is an echo of Scripture teaching how God’s will and man’s will work in their respective spheres, and with each other working from his text, Matthew 23:37-38. This work is designed to humble the creature in realizing that God’s free grace is that which enables man to believe the Gospel. And it also teaches that man’s free will is actually a slave to his desires. Perkin’s covers the will of God looking at both God’s sovereignty and God’s good pleasure in light of Jerusalem’s unwillingness to repent. He also covers the will of man in four important areas: in the garden before the fall, after the fall, in light of and after regeneration, and glorified in heaven. This is not a scan or facsimile.< 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
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
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
M'lady Brigid of Kildare--a one act play By Mary L. Reindorp
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This one act play takes audiences back in time to Ireland, about 500 C.E. The High King is trying to get the war lords to unite under his command to ward off an impending invasion by the Germanic... More > tribes that have just overrun the Celts on the neighboring Island of Briton. St. Patrick has recently arrived introducing Roman Christianity. Before Patrick’s sojourn, Celtic Christianity had already spread in Ireland for hundreds of years. Celtic Christians, followers of Pelagius, lived in peace with the Druids, the spiritual leaders of Ireland, valuing each other’s wisdom and teachings. The people are not keen on giving up their ancient gods and goddesses, their love of the faerie folk, and their rituals that celebrate the seasons. Brigid of Kildare knew her people and, respecting their ancient ways, sought a way to keep the best of the old as she shared her love of Jesus and his ways with them. She lived, believing that the church leaders in Rome would value her work and her people.< Less

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