Theology

This selection includes biblical and reformed books on various theological topics, including many books from the classic Puritan Paperbacks series. These books are both theological and doxological in their exposition of their subjects, as our deep thinking about God should lead us to heartfelt worship of Him. Some notable titles on this page include Institutes of the Christian Religion by John Calvin, The Spirit and the Church by John Owen, and The Westminster Confession.

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Shows from Scripture that the only hope for lost men and women is the grace of a God who actually saves. 144pp.

Satan Cast Out

A Study in Biblical Demonology

by Frederick Leahy


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A lucid, biblical review of Christian teaching on such issues as the existence and activity of Satan, demon-possession and the occult. 200pp.


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Using authoritative Roman Catholic documents, the author provides an instructive, thought-provoking and personally challenging analysis of Roman Catholic teaching and how it compares with Scripture. 184pp.

Repentance
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Colquhoun (1748–1827) distinguishes between evangelical or true repentance and legal repentance. 216pp.


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In this major study, the ‘theologian of revival’ analyses the nature of a genuine work of the Holy Spirit. 384pp.

Reformation Of The Church

A Collection of Reformed and Puritan Documents on Church Issues

by Iain H. Murray


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A Collection of Reformed and Puritan Documents on Church Issues’ with introductory notes. 416pp.

A Reformation Guide to Scripture

A Reformation Guide to Scripture

The Prologues from the Geneva Bible 1560

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The Prologues from the Geneva Bible, 1560’. 152pp.


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Endorsement ‘Murray’s distinctive… is his careful exegesis of Scripture passages, so that his theological assertions come straight from the Word of God with all the authority which that gives them. His treatment of the order of application of redemption is masterly. . . one of the greatest theological books written in the last hundred years.’– […]

The Quest for Full Assurance

The Legacy of Calvin and His Successors

by Joel Beeke


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Examines the theological development of personal assurance of faith in English Puritanism and the Dutch Second Reformation. 416pp.

Puritan Hope

The Puritan Hope

Revival and the Interpretation of Prophecy

by Iain H. Murray


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Subtitled ‘Revival and the Interpretation of Prophecy’, this is a study of the biblical and Reformed teaching on the Christian’s hope in this world, in the prospect of the triumph of the gospel. 328pp. Illustrated.

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The Meaning of Christ's Death

by Tom Wells


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The Meaning of Christ’s Death’ is clearly and biblically explained. 168pp.


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In this brief but remarkable study of the life of prayer, Dutch pastor Frans Bakker (1919-65) covers themes such as secret, persevering, arrogant, humble, and bold prayer, concluding with a powerful warning of what happens when prayer is ‘too late’. 104pp.

Prayer

Prayer

A Biblical Perspective

by Eric J. Alexander


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A book for all those who want to live nearer to God and to be refreshed in their communion with him. 104pp.


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Faithful expositions of Psalms 2, 110 and 45, which focus on Christ’s grace, majesty and glory. 120pp.

Our Great God and Saviour
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Warm and pastorally-directed studies which look at the character of God, the salvation of God and the church of God, and provide satisfying food for the hearts and minds of Christian readers everywhere. 208pp.

One Lord, One Plan, One People

One Lord, One Plan, One People

A Journey Through The Bible From Genesis To Revelation

by Rodger Crooks


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A journey through the Bible, pointing out the main features of each book and focusing on Jesus, the one Lord who is the terminal point of God’s promises. 480pp.

Old Paths

Old Paths

Being Plain Statements on Some of the Weightier Matters of Christianity

by J. C. Ryle


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The longer I live the more I am convinced that the world needs no new Gospel, as some profess to think. I am thoroughly persuaded that the world needs nothing but bold, full, unflinching teaching of the “old paths”‘. -J.C. Ryle. 536pp.

No Holiness No Heaven

No Holiness No Heaven

Antinomianism Today

by Richard Alderson


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Examines the Christian’s relationship to God’s law. 112pp.

No Condemnation In Christ

No Condemnation In Christ

As Unfolded in the Eighth Chapter of the Epistle to the Romans

by Octavius Winslow


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An exposition which displays the treasures of grace to be found in Romans chapter 8. 400pp.

New Testament Introduction

New Testament Introduction

An Introduction to its Literature and History

by J. Gresham Machen


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Brings the history and literature of the New Testament alive today in a fascinating way. 392pp.

The Momentous Event

The Momentous Event

A Discussion of Scripture Teaching on the Second Advent

by W.J. Grier


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One of the best introductions available to the biblical teaching on the return of the Lord Jesus Christ. 128pp.

The Milk Of The Word

An Introduction to the Christian Faith

by Peter Barnes


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A clear, simple introduction to fundamental truths of the Faith. 96pp.

Mark's Sketch Book Of Christ
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A workbook to encourage careful and enjoyable Bible study, and to help readers think for themselves about the real message of Mark’s Gospel. 118pp. Spiral binding. Illustrated.

Love Rules

Love Rules

The Ten Commandments for the 21st Century

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Conveys the vital importance of the Ten Commandments and demonstrates the contemporary church’s need to understand God’s moral law. Includes a guide for individual and group study. 128pp.


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Book Description Thomas Watson was one of the most popular preachers in London during the Puritan era. His writings are marked with clarity, raciness and spiritual richness. Nowhere is this seen so clearly as in his outstandingly helpful exposition of the Shorter Catechism drawn up by the Westminster Assembly. The three-volume edition (of which this […]

Letters on Revival
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A valuable guide to the nature and effects of revivals of religion, from first-hand knowledge of revivals in the United States 1798–1808. 144pp.

Let Us Make Man
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Demonstrates how the biblical teaching on man serves as a gateway into the entire Christian message. 168pp.

Let Christ Be Magnified
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Shows how Calvin’s teaching centred on Christ — his Word, Person, Grace and Life. Includes a brief outline of Calvin’s life. 80pp.

Last Things

The Last Things

Death, Judgment, Heaven and Hell

by Paul Helm


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A plain, non-speculative study on death, judgment, heaven and hell. 160pp.

Just A Talker

Just A Talker

Sayings of John ('Rabbi') Duncan

by John M. Brentnall


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Sayings of John ‘Rabbi’ Duncan under subject headings. 320pp.

Jonathan Edwards On Revival
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Contains Distinguishing Marks of a Work of the Spirit of God and A Narrative of Surprising Conversions. 168pp.

Jonathan Edwards On Knowing Christ
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A selection of ten of Edwards’ sermons providing a fine sample of the God-centredness of this pastor/theologian’s ministry. 280pp.

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