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Reformation Library Vol.2
 
Reformation Library Vol.2
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Spiritually rich and precious, this carefully collected capsule of Christian history, 'Reformation Library Vol 2' is an invaluable resource for an individual or library! It affords a vision of God and His Word that is holy, glorious and beautiful, as well as the cost entailed in being true to both. Introducing little-known as well as well-recognized figures of the faith this Set lays a wonderful foundation, refuting many a theological error. Will build and spur you on your spiritual journey.  

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Luther’s Table Talk

An unexpected peek into the life of Martin Luther, the Monk, who shifted the flow of history and reshaped the world! Published posthumously, this is an uncensored look at Luther, the real man with real courage! Multilingual, brilliant, thinker, theologian and scholar, Luther is seen as an affectionate family man, interacting candidly with his students and visitors around the family table with his wife and children! Witty, frank and outspoken, what a great way to understand Luther as a human being!

"An interesting read!"
— W. Ranahan

"Great thoughts!"
— Jmark

 
Luther’s Letter to Christian Ruling Class

A thrilling but humbling account of the struggles the Presbytery faced in establishing a judicial testimony advocating their adherence to, and approbation of the doctrine, worship, discipline and government of the house of God, while opposing the apostatizing, backsliding courses in principle and practice, from that reformation purity, both in church and state! Breaking Jehovah’s boundaries is an evident contempt of His sovereign authority and a violation of the moral law. God requires His people to universally respect His ordinances and commandments. Clear and convicting!

"Great!"
A reviewer

 
Luther’s Three Primary Works

Vehemently denouncing the Roman Catholic Church and papal authority, Martin Luther lashes out against pontifical indulgences. His famous 95 Theses, the basis of the Reformation combined with his three primary works, "To the Christian Nobility of the German Nation Respecting the Reformation of the Christian Estate," "Concerning Christian Liberty," and "On the Babylonish Captivity of the Church" reveal Luther’s stand on each religious issue. Boldly he declares that salvation is from God and not earned by works. Solidly Bible based. Valuable beyond compare.

"Wonderful!"
— Morgan Boyd

"Highly recommended!"
— FJC Flynn

 
Calvin’s Institutes Volume 1, 2 and 3

Superlative! These three volumes comprise the best overview of Calvin’s thought on church theology. Pastoral, devotional and excellent in argument, this is a comprehensive and coherent theological analysis of the doctrine of predestination. Masterful use of Scripture reveals God the Father, the Son, the Holy Spirit, and the Word. A great tool to nurture, instruct and serve the church. Straightforward, plain talk, a great classic! God becomes bigger and greater, as does your faith in Him!

"Excellent resource!"
— David

"Classic theology! Classic literature!"
— Douglas VanderMeulen

"Excellent work! Excellent read!"
— Jeff Ballein

 
Calvin’s Predestination and Providence of God

Sensitively expressed, Calvin credits God with secret providence, acknowledging Him as the One who shapes and directs the counsels of men according to His own will. God never changes and He authors no evil. Warning us against judging God, Calvin encourages us to believe whatever we encounter happens by His eternal election. For just as it belongs to His wisdom to know beforehand everything that is to happen so it belongs to His power to rule and direct everything by His hand. Profound!

"Thought provoking!"
— A reviewer

 
Leading Scotland in the Reformation Volume 1 and 2
Andrew Lang

Exciting! Controversial but truly convincing, Andrew Lang’s careful portrayal of John Knox in these two volumes tracks Knox’s career in Scotland, England, France, Switzerland and Germany. Lang etches this complex and determined reformer against a clear backdrop of 16th century Scotland in the context of the reformation sweeping across Europe, emphasizing the issues and beliefs which stirred Knox so passionately. Knox also gave education in Scotland great impetus by encouraging people to read the Bible for themselves. Challenging!

"A supremely-readable and balanced biography of Scotland’s Reformer."
— David Leaumont

"Fair assessment of Knox."
— Nader Awad

 
The Characteristics of the Scottish Reformation Volume 1 and 2
Alexander Mitchell

Resonating with the passion of the 16th century Scottish reformers, historian Alexander Mitchell’s book is more than informative! He highlights the Reformational development in Scotland under Hamilton, Wishart and Knox, and includes the 1560 Confession, the Two Books of Discipline, and more. Reasserting the anti-papal principles which became the foundational documents and Presbyterianism’s fundamental principles, Mitchell raises this testament to the memory of its noble-hearted and single-minded reformers. Awesome!

"The leaders of Scotland took men straight to the Scriptures."
— Philips

"It certainly molded the life of Scotland for centuries."
— S. M. Houghton

 
Faithful Lives of Scottish Reformers
John Howie

Vibrant! John Howie’s recollection of the spiritual Scottish giants will shake you out of spiritual lethargy. Brimming with courage, zeal, a willingness to lose possessions and positions and finally life itself, men like Hamilton, Wishart, Knox, Rollock, Davidson, Melvils, Welch, Bruce, Henderson, Gillespie, Binning, Gray, Durham, Rutherford, Guthries, Blair, Livingston, Welwood, Brown, Cameron, Cargil, M’Ward, Blackadder, Traills and Renwickchose chose the greatest suffering over the least sin! Active for God’s glory and the good of souls, and diligent in studying the Word their lives are incredible!

"Thrilling! Hard to put down!"
— A reviewer

 
Bradford’s Life and Letters

Eighty-three captivating letters to friends, family, clergy and noblemen did much service to the cause of Christ! For decrying papal practices and substantiating his beliefs with Scripture, Bradford was imprisoned for his faith and finally burned at the stake. His quality of life earned him the title, "Holy Bradford." Despite being restrained from preaching, his letters did much more, and they continue to reach, inspire and encourage believers on their spiritual pilgrimage. Highly instructive.

"Encouraging!"
— A reviewer

 
Baird's The French Reformer Theodore Beza
Volume 1 and 2

Engrossing! Baird unforgettably recaptures Theodore Beza, the Father of the French Reformation. Following Calvin, Beza preached the predestinate recognition of the necessity of all temporal existence as an effect of the absolute, eternal, and immutable will of God. Baird vividly captures the first 40 years of the French Reformation in the 16th century. Beza did the final revision of the French Bible, and produced Greek edition of the New Testament, with the Vulgate text and his own translation in parallel columns.

The First volume records his early life and ministry. The Second Volume focuses on Beza becoming Calvin’s able successor.

"Unforgettable and gripping!"
— A Reviewer

 
Practical Catechism
Hugh Binning

Pristinely presented the doctrines in these 25 chapters show Binning held the connection between truth and the conscience! Scriptures, God, Predestination, Creation, Covenants, and Sin are skillfully examined. Binning reiterates we received our being immediately from God, as the beginning of all; and our happiness and well-being was assured only on our returning to God, as the end of all. But sin separated God from Man requiring a Mediator. Self-seeking is self-destroying; self-denying is self-saving, soul-saving. Simple and sound, Binning still speaks!

"Amazing truths, clearly spoken!"
— A reviewer

 
The Sinner’s Sanctuary
Hugh Binning

Comforting! Hugh Binning recounts the glorious privileges of the truly penitent and faithful to the Gospel of Christ. These 40 sermons on Romans 8 spell out the believer’s rights to freedom from death, condemnation and the law. Hugh calls us to renounce hostile affections and approach God, for in Christ God reconciles the world. He does not impute our sins, because He has imputed them already to Christ, "the One who knew no sin," and in turn Christ imputes His righteousness. Beautiful!

"Of great comfort and encouragement!"
— A reviewer

 
Fellowship with God
Hugh Binning

All 28 sermons in this absorbing book are riveting! Building on I John 1 & 2: 1-3, Hugh Binning, defines the true grounds to attain fellowship with God and the blessedness of the one who maintains it. With most excellent counsel and directions to serious seekers of fellowship with God, His Son and the Holy Spirit, he guides them into experiencing that fullness of joy. Binning, who died at the age of 26, left a deep and lasting legacy. Leaves an indelible impression!

"Heart-warming!"
— A reviewer

 
Conscience and Christian Love
Hugh Binning

Elegant and substantive, this is an amazing balance of rationalism and scriptural backing, in harmonious structure. Binning propounds Christian love as the essential and fundamental law of the gospel before which all positive precepts and ordinances bow. Sublimely articulated, I Cor. 13, the "love chapter" acquires new meaning. The properties, effects and fruit of Christian love are most brilliantly presented. Binning encourages exercising this grace, with powerful motives and convincing arguments that Christians may be of one heart and mind. Phenomenal!

"A beautiful book!"
— Wylie

 
Reformed Presbytery's Covenanted Reformation

A thrilling but humbling account of the struggles the Presbytery faced in establishing a judicial testimony advocating their adherence to, and approbation of the doctrine, worship, discipline and government of the house of God, while opposing the apostatizing, backsliding courses in principle and practice, from that reformation purity, both in church and state! Breaking Jehovah’s boundaries is an evident contempt of His sovereign authority and a violation of the moral law. God requires His people to universally respect His ordinances and commandments. Clear and convicting!

"Great!"
A reviewer

 
 

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