Boettner, L. – The Reformed Doctrine Of Predestination

The Reformed Doctrine Of Predestination

by Loraine Boettner

Summary

Any one is at liberty to use material from this book with or without credit. In preparing this book the writer has received help from many sources, some acknowledged and many unacknowledged. He believes the material herein set forth to be a true statement of Scripture teaching, and his desire is to further, not to restrict its use. Continue reading

Gordon, S.D. – Quiet Talks on Service

Quiet Talks on Service

By S. D. GORDON

Author of “Quiet Talks on Power” and “Quiet Talks on Prayer” 1906

In this 8 chapter work by Gordon (Congregationalist, Baptist) he presents us with meditations on our Christian Service. His chapter are person contact with Jesus or the beginning of_service, the perspective of_service, the rhythm of_service, the motive-power of_service, the ambition of_service, the golden channel of_service, a hindrance to_service, and sifted for_service. Continue reading

Boettner, L. – The Inspiration Of Scripture

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The Inspiration Of Scripture

by Loraine Boettner

This is a 6 chapter work on the inspiration of Scripture by Boettner (Presbyterian). He deals with the nature of inspiration, what the writers claim, the Holy Spirit’s influence in inspiration, the alleged errors of Scripture, the trustworthiness of the Bible, nad the plenary inspiration of the Bible. Continue reading

Boettner, L. – The Reformed Faith

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The Reformed Faith

by Loraine Boettner

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In this 8 chapter work, Boettner (Reformed, Presbyterian) presents the Reformed faith, basically Calvinism. His chapters are the sovereignty of God, man’s totally helpless condition, Christ’s atonement, God’s foreknowledge, the universalistic passages, the two systems contrasted, the five points of Arminianism, and the five points of Calvinism. Continue reading

Boettner, L. – The Atonement

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The Atonement
by Loraine Boettner
1942

In this 6 chapter book, Boettner (Reformed Presbyterian) examines the atonement. His chapters are the Atonement, the Significance of Christ’s Death, the Satisfaction View of the Atonement, the Active and Passive obedience of Christ, Christ as Our Redeemer, and the Representative Principle. Continue reading

Boston, Thomas – Human Nature in its Fourfold State

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Human Nature in its Fourfold State

by Thomas Boston, 1676-1732

I. The State of INNOCENCE

II. The State of NATURE
1. The SINFULNESS of man’s natural state
2. The MISERY of man’s natural state
3. The INABILITY of man’s natural state

III. The State of GRACE
1. Regeneration
2. Mystical Union

IV. The ETERNAL State
1. Death
2. Difference between the righteous and the wicked in their death
3. Resurrection
4. Judgment
5. Heaven
6. Hell

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Boston, Thomas – The Crook in the Lot

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The Crook in the Lot

Thomas Boston

“Consider the work of God: for who can make that straight which He has made crooked? “—Eccles. 7:13.

This is a short work by Thomas Boston on correcting our lives.

(In three parts or chapters).

 

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Buchanan, James – Comfort in Affliction

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“This is my comfort in my affliction — for Your Word has given me life.” Psa_119:50

“Is any among you afflicted? Let him pray!” Jas_5:13

Twelve meditations on the theme of comfort in afflictions

 

Owen, J. – Nature and Causes of Apostasy from the Gospel

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Nature and Causes of Apostasy from the Gospel

Nature and Causes of Apostasy from the Gospel
By John Owen

EDITED BY WILLIAM H. GOOLD VOLUME

In this 13 chapter work, Owen presents various thoughts on the nature and causes of Apostasy from the Gospel; looking at the mystery of truth; partial apostasy; nature, reasons, and causes, darkness and ignorance; pride and vanity; Slothful Negligence; peculiar Defection; apostasy from holiness; apostasy into profaneness and sensuality; apostasy from evangelical worship; and directions to avoid power of apostasy.

This Edition of THE WORKS OF JOHN OWEN first published by Johnstone & Hunter, 1850-53

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Buchanan, James – A Meek and Quiet Spirit

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“The ornament of a meek and quiet spirit, which is very precious in the sight of God” 1Pe_3:4

The character which is so exquisitely delineated in these few simple words, is not the result of mere natural temperament or constitution — but the product of ripe and mature Christian experience. It is formed by slow degrees, under the teaching of God’s Word and Spirit, and the long-continued discipline of his providence. It is lamentably defective in many, whose personal religion cannot be charitably doubted — and is seldom acquired in the earlier stages of the Christian course. It resembles the mellow flavor and sweetness of fruit which has been fully matured, and is ready to be gathered.