What does the word Christian mean? What is a "Christian" congregation. Using church histroy Dr. Lamay shows the place of the individual in the Christian congregation. Dr. Robert La May 109... More > Pages paperback< Less
A series of narrative sermons on the words leading to the cross from several key figures in that event. As with all narrative presentations some literary freedom is exercised in speculating what may... More > have or not have been on the minds of the persons involved. Insightful, and thoughtful consideration of the final day in our Lord's life in the flesh. 40 Pages paperback - by Rev. Jerry Robinson< Less
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
Does a man know the Christian faith well enough to both display it in his life and teach it to others?
Only an objective standard can supply the answer to that question. The Shorter Catechism... More > provides an objective standard which works around the world in every culture.
Dr. La May has produced an excellent tool to teach in the Puritan fashion. Each question is organized around the three classical questions: What does it say? What does it mean? What must I do about it? Any age group will benefit, but combined with personal instruction, nothing on the market matches this book for developing men to become church officers. Review by Dr. Edwin Elliott-- 205 pages paperback - by Robert La May< 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 devotional look at a selection of martyrs from the history of the church, primarily in Scotland. The forefathers and saints of the Blue Banner. Deeply moving and motivational reading. By Dr. Robert... More > LaMay -- paperback 230 pages.< Less