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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La Fe Que Confesamos
Confessing the Faith
Descripción del libro (Book Description) En La Fe que Confesamos, Chad Van Dixhoorn ofrece una mirada fresca de un estamento clásico de la fe reformada. Este trabajo accesible, bíblico y reflexivo digiere años de estudio y enseñanza en secciones pequeñas. La Fe que Confesamos, al desafiar nuestros corazones y mentes, espera edificar e instruir tanto […]
Book Description Our Bibles consistently use the noun ‘Transfiguration’ with regard to Jesus but ‘Transformation’ with regard to the Christian – and yet it is one and the same verb, transliterated ‘metamorphosed,’ that is used in those places in the original text. Why is that so? Is there an important difference between them? And why […]
Why the Doctrines of Grace are Good News
Why the Doctrines of Grace are Good News.’ Heart-warming. 32pp.
The Vindication Of God
Above all else, the cross is a vindication of the character of God. 32pp.
The distinctives of the Reformed understanding of the gospel. 32pp.
Expanded Edition: including Introductory volume to Systematic Theology
Endorsements ‘A model of order, precision, and (relative) brevity…you will not find a better one-volume systematic theology in the Reformed tradition. I re-read Berkhof as much anything else on this list.’ — KEVIN DEYOUNG ‘There are a number of systematic textbooks that have appeared since Louis Berkhof wrote, but nobody, it seems to me, matches […]
Owen calls the church back to divine certainty and divine resources, showing that it is the Holy Spirit who convinces, assures, teaches, comforts and equips the church and its members for their work. 208pp.
In The Shorter Catechism Explained from Scripture, Vincent uses a question and answer format to achieve his aim. The 40 signatories to the Preface, including John Owen, declared their belief that it would ‘be greatly useful to all Christians in general’. 280pp.
Watson’s fine exposition shows the rich provision made in the Supper for all believers, and lays bare the emptiness of mere sacramentalism. 96pp.
Apostasy from the Gospel
The Nature and Causes
An abridgement of Owen’s powerful teaching on the possibility that not all ‘professing’ Christians may prove to be true Christians. 184pp.
Reformation Of The Church
A Collection of Reformed and Puritan Documents on Church Issues
A Collection of Reformed and Puritan Documents on Church Issues’ with introductory notes. 416pp.
Book Description George Swinnock is one of the easiest Puritan authors to read. He is theological yet his doctrine is expressed in vivid fashion and, while he is practical, his counsel is marked by a keen sensitivity to the doctrines taught in Scripture. Thomas Manton commended his work as coming ‘from one both of a […]
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