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A Treatise of the Fear of God

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John Bunyan


“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom,” and “a fountain of life”—the foundation on which all wisdom rests, as well as the source …

To My Younger Brethren

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Handley Moule and Handley Carr Glyn Moule


Let me explain in this first sentence that when in these pages I address "my Younger Brethren," I mean brethren in the Christian M…

Meditations and Prayers

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John Bradford


The writings of Bradford, as a chaplain and friend of Bishop Ridley, are of interest to all churchmen; and they embrace topics of deep impor…

The Righteous Man's Refuge

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John Flavel


A Treatise Upon the Attributes of God, As They are Opened in His Promises and Providences for the Security of His People in the Storms of Pu…

Essays and Reviews

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Charles Hodge


Charles Hodge, one of America's foremost theologians, founded the Princeton Review (originally 'Biblical Repertory') in 1825. Hodge took the…

Commentary on Hebrews Chapter 8

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John Owen


I should rejoice if any of you felt emboldened on . my advice to grapple with a work so ponderous as Owen’s Commentary on that Epistle - a l…

Charles Simeon

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Handley Carr Glyn Moule


Charles Simeon had come up to King’s college from Eton, a wild undergraduate, famous for his love of horses and extravagance in dress; but o…

The Power of God unto Salvation

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Benjamin B. Warfield


The sermons included in this volume have all been preached in the chapel of the theological seminary at Princeton. - Summary by Cover Page

Lamentation of a Sinner

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Catherine Parr


The Lamentation of a Sinner was written in 1544, the year where Parr took on the role of Regent for a number of months when Henry VIII was f…

Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity, Book 1

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Richard Hooker


Hooker resolved to investigate the position of the English Church, and to attempt to answer the question What is the basis upon which Church…

Apologia

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John Newton


Four Letters to a Minister of an Independent Church by a Minister of the Church of EnglandQuid me alta silentia cogis rumpere? - Virgil (&qu…

The Analogy of Religion to the Constitution and Course of Nature

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Joseph Butler


Joseph Butler's great work is the Analogy, published in 1736, and from that day read and admired by every highly-cultivated mind. He was ind…

Two Short Catechisms

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John Owen


The first edition of these Catechisms issued from the press in 1645. Dr Owen had at that time the charge of the parish of Fordham in Essex, …

Some Passages of the Life and Death of the Right Honourable John, Earl of Roche…

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Gilbert Burnet


I believe that the good Bishop of Salisbury's account of the last days of poor young Rochester would, if carefully read, make more impressio…

The B. B. Warfield Collection, Volume 5

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Benjamin B. Warfield


This volume of the B.B. Warfield collection has a particular focus on articles on humanity, emotional terminology in the Bible and book revi…

Preparations for Sufferings

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John Flavel


That sufferings, both bodily and mental, are the lot of humanity, the testimony of scripture and reason abundantly confirm. But whatever may…

Christian Home Life

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S. S. Pugh


The more carefully we consider the law of the family as ordained by God, and view it in relation to the higher necessities of man’s spiritua…

Faith

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Benjamin B. Warfield


This extensive dictionary entry on the biblical definition of faith was originally published in A Dictionary of the Bible, edited by James H…

The Heart of Christ in Heaven towards Sinners on Earth

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Thomas Goodwin


A Treatise demonstrating the Gracious Disposition and Tender Affection of Christ, in his Human Nature now in Glory, unto his Members, under …

The Letters of John Knox

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John Knox


The letters... will perhaps more clearly exhibit the temper and character of Knox, than his more elaborate compositions: but to understand t…

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