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 The Doctrine of Repentance by Thomas Watson, The Mystery of Providence by John Flavel, and Confessing the Faith by Chad Van Dixhoorn.
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Some of the most enduring of Knox’s writings, including his treatise on prayer, an exposition of Psalm 6—‘Fort for the Afflicted’—and several of his letters. 336pp.
Revival And Revivalism
The Making and Marring of American Evangelicalism 1750 - 1858
Subtitled ‘The Making and Marring of American Evangelicalism 1750–1858’, this book traces the spiritually epoch-making events of the 18th and 19th centuries and rejects the frequent identification of ‘revival’ with ‘revivalism’. 480pp.
Pentecost – Today?
The Biblical Basis for Understanding Revival
Presents the biblical teaching on which our understanding of revival should be based. 240pp.
A masterful condensation of the doctrinal positions of historic Christianity. Reprinted from the rewritten and enlarged edition of 1878. 680pp.
Old Truths for a New Awakening
Iain Murray draws on the best authors from the old evangelicalism to present ‘Old Truths for a New Awakening.’ 240pp.
Messenger of Grace
Concentrates on the themes of true preaching, the place of full assurance of salvation, and Lloyd-Jones’ understanding of the church. With new material, and an audio CD of Lloyd-Jones preaching. 288pp.
This ‘outstanding classic’ contains nine of Sprague’s lectures on the ‘vital and urgently important matter’ of revival, together with twenty letters on the subject by various 19th-century American evangelical leaders. 432pp.
Knowing the Times
Addresses Delivered on Various Occasions 1942 - 1977
Knowing the Times brings together a number of addresses where Lloyd-Jones applied the burden of God’s word to the essential issues of his day. One of his most significant titles ever published, the addresses reprinted here remain ‘tracts for the times’. 400pp.
Expounds Owen’s teaching on the fundamental themes of the Christian life, and stands on its own as a study in pastoral theology. 312pp.
Human Nature In Its Fourfold State
of Primitive Integrity, Entire Depravity, Begun Recovery, and Consumate Happiness or Misery
The Ettrick minister expounds the biblical teaching on the four different ‘states’ of man’s relationship with God—innocence, sin, grace and glory. Boston’s classic work speaks to the spiritual needs of every reader. 512pp.
Reviewing the whole panorama of human history, here is Edwards’ great vision of the irresistible advance of the cause of Christ in the world, giving encouragement to all who labour in the gospel. 448pp.
Traces the great movements of thought within the church from the apostolic fathers to the last century. 288pp.
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