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The Love of God By C. Matthew McMahon & Peter Du Moulin
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Peter Du Moulin (or Pierre) (1601-1684), was a Pastor in the French Reformed Church, a studied divine, scholar and a zealous Minister of the Gospel. In this exceptionally powerful work, Du Moulin... More > covers the immense topic of the love of God. This is not an easy task. Because of the natural man's depravity, it is very easy to biblically understand why, "Esau I hateth," but very difficult for the thoughtful Christian to understand, "Jacob I have loved." Du Moulin covers what true love to God is, what hypocritical or false love to God is, five degrees of love to God, the marks and effects of the love of God, and five special means by which the Spirit of God will enflame us to love God more: such as the choice of our friends, the hatred of the world, our fervent prayer life, and the hearing and reading of the word of God. This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Demonology and Theology By C. Matthew McMahon & Nathaniel Holmes
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Nathaniel Holmes (or Homes) (1599–1678) was an English puritan, covenanter and prolific Calvinistic writer. He is described as a Puritan writer of great ability, and a scholar. C. Matthew... More > McMahon is a theologian and founder of A Puritan's Mind. The following treatise covers demonology, a study of the devices and black arts of Satan. The study launches with 1 Timothy 4:1, “...giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils.” The treatise investigates the occult and the black arts in two ways: 1.Generally, considering them in their causes and means; and, 2. Specially, looking at particular arts pertaining to the operation of strange things like charms, luck, witchcraft, divination by familiar spirits, casting lots, necromancy and astrology (the section on astrology is astoundingly exhaustive and helpful). This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Demonology and Theology By Nathaniel Holmes
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Nathaniel Holmes (or Homes) (1599–1678) was an English puritan, covenanter and prolific Calvinistic writer. He is described as a Puritan writer of great ability, and a scholar. In the... More > following treatise, Holmes covers demonology, a study of the devices and black arts of Satan. He launches this study with 1 Timothy 4:1, “...giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils.” Holmes investigates the occult and the black arts in two ways: 1.Generally, considering them in their causes and means; and, 2. Specially, looking at particular arts pertaining to the operation of strange things like charms, luck, witchcraft, divination by familiar spirits, casting lots, necromancy and astrology (the section on astrology is astoundingly exhaustive and helpful). This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Law and the Gospel Reconciled By Henry Burton
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Henry Burton (1579-1648) was a great puritan sufferer for the gospel of Christ and for his views of nonconformity. He was blessed with considerable learning, and was an eminent scholar. Burton... More > masterfully explains the rudiments of the Antinomian heresy, and in contrast, he shows how the Evangelical faith and the Moral Law stand together in the state of grace. He demonstrates the biblical position of the Law and grace, and what the Christian’s reasonable duty is to the Law. In the second half of the treatise Burton uses the example of the 4th commandment to show what the Sabbath Day is, and how it is now the Christian Sabbath or Lord’s Day. He completes the treatise by demonstrating to Christians what their reasons and motives are to adhering to God’s prescribed Law, showing how the Law and the Gospel are reconciled. This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Law and the Gospel Reconciled By Henry Burton
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Henry Burton (1579-1648) was a great puritan sufferer for the gospel of Christ and for his views of nonconformity. He was blessed with considerable learning, and was an eminent scholar. Burton... More > masterfully explains the rudiments of the Antinomian heresy, and in contrast, he shows how the Evangelical faith and the Moral Law stand together in the state of grace. He demonstrates the biblical position of the Law and grace, and what the Christian’s reasonable duty is to the Law. In the second half of the treatise Burton uses the example of the 4th commandment to show what the Sabbath Day is, and how it is now the Christian Sabbath or Lord’s Day. He completes the treatise by demonstrating to Christians what their reasons and motives are to adhering to God’s prescribed Law, showing how the Law and the Gospel are reconciled. This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Psalm 96: A Theology of Praise By C. Matthew McMahon
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C. Matthew McMahon is an Reformed theologian and founder of A Puritan's Mind. This work is a theological look at the praise the church offers to God. God requires that his people have a theology of... More > praise. Psalm 96 delivers to them the directives they need in order to praise God rightly. Psalm 96 shows the church what should fill their theology of praise. God, as the glorious Savior of his covenant people, has redeemed a people of praise; those whose theology of praise extends from the word of God into their mind, then to their heart, to their mouth and finally seen in their actions. This people will be a community of those who offer testimony and witness to the great acts of God’s being and grace to a fallen world. Believers will also be watchful knowing that Christ may return and judge the world in righteousness at any time, where he will finally usher them into an eternity of praise; a place where creation and the church will praise the Lamb who was slain before the foundation of the world.< Less
Psalm 96: A Theology of Praise By C. Matthew McMahon
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C. Matthew McMahon is an Reformed theologian and founder of A Puritan's Mind. This work is a theological look at the praise the church offers to God. God requires that his people have a theology of... More > praise. Psalm 96 delivers to them the directives they need in order to praise God rightly. Psalm 96 shows the church what should fill their theology of praise. God, as the glorious Savior of his covenant people, has redeemed a people of praise; those whose theology of praise extends from the word of God into their mind, then to their heart, to their mouth and finally seen in their actions. This people will be a community of those who offer testimony and witness to the great acts of God’s being and grace to a fallen world. Believers will also be watchful knowing that Christ may return and judge the world in righteousness at any time, where he will finally usher them into an eternity of praise; a place where creation and the church will praise the Lamb who was slain before the foundation of the world.< Less
Directions for the Private Reading of the Scriptures By Nicholas Byfield
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Nicholas Byfield (1579–1622) was a Calvinistic puritan divine with a sweet preaching and writing style akin to that of Thomas Watson and Jeremiah Burroughs. He was an extremely popular puritan... More > in his day. This work entitled, “Directions for the Private Reading of the Scriptures” was an admired work in his day. Byfield compiled an exquisite outline set to the number of the chapters assigned for reading the Bible every day in order to finish it in one year. He also gives the order and drift of each book of the Bible and methodically sets down key ideas and concepts. Finally, he has an entire section devoted, in a workbook style, to studying the Scriptures on key passages and subjects that will help Christians become aware of crucial points of religion throughout the Bible. This is an extremely practical work for Christians of all ages to help them fall in love with God’s word. This work is not a scan or facsimile, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Directions for the Private Reading of the Scriptures By Nicholas Byfield
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Nicholas Byfield (1579–1622) was a Calvinistic puritan divine with a sweet preaching and writing style akin to that of Thomas Watson and Jeremiah Burroughs. He was an extremely popular puritan... More > in his day. This work entitled, “Directions for the Private Reading of the Scriptures” was an admired work in his day. Byfield compiled an exquisite outline set to the number of the chapters assigned for reading the Bible every day in order to finish it in one year. He also gives the order and drift of each book of the Bible and methodically sets down key ideas and concepts. Finally, he has an entire section devoted, in a workbook style, to studying the Scriptures on key passages and subjects that will help Christians become aware of crucial points of religion throughout the Bible. This is an extremely practical work for Christians of all ages to help them fall in love with God’s word. This work is not a scan or facsimile, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less

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