In this 16 chapter work, Livingstone gives us a review of his expedition to Zambesi.
In this 5 chapter work by Owen (Nonconformist Anglican), he examines the doctrine of the Trinity. He looks at the doctrines generally in chapters 1 and 2, and then he looks at the person of Christ, and then the satisfaction of Christ, and an appendix.
In this 8 chapter work by Warfield (Presbyterian), he presents us with 8 studies on salvation, focusing on how salvation manifests the power of God.
These seven “I Wills” are that of salvation, cleansing, confession, service, comfort, resurrection, and glory.
When Mr. Adams was in London, in August, 1868, Charles Haddon Spurgeon informed him that he had used “Baptists Thorough Reformers” as a text book in his Pastor’s College, regarding it as the best Manual of Baptist principles he had met.