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1689 BAPTIST CONFESSION OF FAITH
A Modern Exposition
5th Edition Revised and Corrected
Sam Waldron

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A Modern Exposition of the 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith by Sam Waldron This 5th Edition is the definitive version, and is presented in hardback.

Modern Christianity is awash in a flood of doctrinal relativity. Satan and his forces love the imprecision and ambiguity which are rampant in our day. As C. H. Spurgeon observed, 'The archenemy of truth has invited us to level our walls and take away our fenced cities.'

This exposition was originally published in 1989 to mark the 300th anniversary of the publication of the Second London Confession, which also became known as the 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith. Today, Reformed Baptists world-wide hold this Confession in high esteem and many churches continue to regard it as their official statement of faith.

In this extensive exposition, the author Sam Waldron shows that the 1689 Confession is a masterly statement of the historic Christian faith. He writes in a direct and lucid style that will help ministers, students and laymen alike to a clear understanding of this Confession and to its relevance and application to our modern age.

Included in this publication is a helpful introduction on the legitimacy and use of confessions by Dr Robert P. Martin, who is now in glory but was formerly Pastor of Emmanuel Reformed Baptist Church in Seattle, Washington.

BONUS SECTION: At the back of the book there are 25 pages of helpful Study Questions (more than 300 in all) that will help to review all the contents of this invaluable book, and serve useful for teaching within the church and the family.

'This is one of my favorite confessional commentaries. It does vary (sometimes more, sometimes less) from studies on the Westminster Confession because of its baptistic approach, but Waldron is an excellent writer, and he has the advantage of being our contemporary. His examples and discussions of issues on which the WCF and LBCF are the same (Creation, Justification, Election, Sabbath, etc.) are excellent. This book is very well organized and clear.' Fred Greco, Senior Pastor, Christ Church PCA, Katy, Texas

Dr. Sam Waldron is the Dean of Covenant Baptist Theological Seminary and Professor of Systematic Theology (cbtseminary.org). Dr. Waldron received a B.A. from Cornerstone University, completed studies equivalent to an M. Div. at Trinity Ministerial Academy, obtained a Th.M. from Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, and attained a Ph.D. from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. From 1977 to 2001 he was one of the pastors of the Reformed Baptist Church of Grand Rapids, MI. He is now one of the pastors of Grace Reformed Baptist Church in Owensboro, KY.

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CLASSIC REFORMED DISCOURSES AND ESSAYS
J.H. Merle D'Aubigne

Seventeen classic Reformed essays, discourses and homilies by the brilliant and godly Swiss Reformed Pastor-historian. Such topics as the following are included:

-The Character Essential to the Theologian, and to Christians in General

-Lutheranism & Calvinism: Diversity Essential to their Unity

-The Study of the History of Christianity and its Usefulness in the Present Day

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-The Voice of the Ancients to the Men of the 19th Century

-Family Worship

-The Church Called to Confess Jesus Christ

-The Cross of Jesus Christ

-The Publication of the Gospel

-The Service of Jesus Christ

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"D'Aubigne was one of a group of men that came to evangelical faith under the ministry of Robert Haldane in Geneva. Merle D'Aubigne devoted himself to the kind of edifying and Gospel defending ministry that he had observed in Haldane. His writing breathes sincerity and truth; his defense of the gospel is profound and erudite; his love for its defenders is infectious. The articles in this volume are sure to bring glory to God and true spiritual pleasure to his saints." - Tom J. Nettles

"The Christian writing of J.H. Merle D'Aubigne, one of the most important Reformed historians of the last century, was the product of le reveil in Francophone Switzerland and southern France. As such, it combines the passion of revival with solidly Reformed thinking; always a fabulous combination. This rare collection of papers and sermons is highly recommended." - Michael Haykin

J.H. Merle D'Aubigne (1794-1872) was a pastor, court preacher, and church historian. He is, perhaps, best known for his multi-volume History of the Reformation.

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THE DIVINE PURPOSE
Displayed in the Works of Providence and Grace
John Matthews, Preface by Archibald Alexander

"The chief excellency of these Letters is, that they present the subject of DIVINE DECREES, without the forbidding aspect, which it is apt to assume in the view of many persons. One thing the reader may be assured of, that whether he should coincide in opinion with the author or not, he will find nothing in the volume calculated to wound the most delicate feelings. A spirit of meekness and kindness, eminently characteristic of the writer, pervades the whole." - Archibald Alexander, from the Preface

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1- Difference between truth and error always important

2- The influence of prejudice, answer to the question, 'What are the Decrees of God?'

3- God never acts without design, 'What is Providence?'

4- Death, with all its causes, under the government of Providence, the care of God extends to the whole universe

5- The divine purpose neither suspends, nor violates the free agency of man

6- The divine purpose perfectly consistent with the free agency of man

7- A method of ascertaining the extent of Divine Providence, Great events necessarily include all the less ones, of which they are made up.

8- Events, similar to those contained in the prophecies and promises of God, are all included in his purpose.

9- The purposes of God not inconsistent with the moral agency of man.

10- This consistency incomprehensible to us, but so are many other things which yet we believe.

11- Moral Government, Salvation by Grace.

12- The favors of God, bestowed according to his own design, Purposes, decrees, intention, foreordination, etc.

13- The number to be saved, dependent entirely on the will of God.

14- The means of salvation suited to each individual, embraced in the divine purpose.

15- The Providence of God subservient to the designs of mercy, Great events made up of smaller ones, Our duty and interest to meditate on all His works.

16- Man is a Predestinarian, the Commander of an army, the Architect, the Farmer, elect, foreordain, etc.

17- The final perseverance of Christians

18- The same subject considered further.

19- The doctrine gives such views of the character of God as are calculated to excite devotion, Conclusion

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SERMONS ON THE SAVING WORK OF CHRIST
John Calvin, Selected and Translated by Leroy Nixon

"Calvin puts the saving work of Christ in such a way that His saving power surges through your soul." - Leroy Nixon, the translator

Calvin clarifies the basics of our Christian faith with expositions typically rich, practical, and direct. The translation is literal--staying true to Calvin's native expression and retaining the spirit of the great Genevan Reformer.

As these sermons met the heart hunger of the refugees in Geneva, so, today, they will meet the personal needs of God's people for sound, biblical doctrine. The key introductory message is from John 1:1-5 on Christ's deity, with following expositions on the nativity of Christ (Luke 2:1-14), the passion of Christ (8 sermons), the resurrection of Christ (Matthew 28:1-10), the ascension of Christ (4 sermons), the day of Pentecost (4 sermons), and the second coming of our Lord (2 Thessalonians 1:6-10).

Though Calvin did not follow the Church year in his preaching, translator Leroy Nixon arranged these select messages to conveniently follow the Christian calendar--providing study, teaching, and preaching resources for Christmas, Lent, Easter, Ascension and Pentecost Sunday.

Originally published in 1950 by Eerdmans, and then with permission by Baker in 1980, Solid Ground has learned from Eerdmans that this work is now in the public domain so we are doing a new edition.

"The gospel is the 'power of God.' We are forever indepted to John Calvin for his writing and preaching on the gospel of grace. In this edition Calvin mines the gospel deeply and in doing so shows the reader the power of God not only for conversion but for all of life. Thank you Solid Ground for giving us treasures from the past so that we might invest those treasures in generations yet to come." - Ray Rhodes, Jr. President of Nourished in the Word Ministries

James Montgomery Boice said, "Calvin had no weapon but the Bible. He preached from the Bible every day, and under the power of that preaching the city began to be transformed. As the people of Geneva acquired knowledge of God's Word and were changed by it, the city became, as John Knox called it later, a New Jerusalem from which the gospel spread to the rest of Europe, England, and the New World."

TABLE OF CONTENTS

THE DEITY AND NATIVITY OF JESUS CHRIST

1. The Deity of Jesus Christ - John 1:1-5

2. The Nativity of Jesus Christ - Luke 2:1-14

THE PASSION AND RESURRECTION OF JESUS CHRIST

3. The First Sermon on the Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ - Matthew 26:36-39

4. The Second Sermon on the Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ - Matthew 26:40-50

5. The Third Sermon on the Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ - Matthew 26:51-66

6. The Fourth Sermon on the Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ - Matthew 26:67 - 27:10

7. The Fifth Sermon on the Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ - Matthew 27:11-26

8. The Sixth Sermon on the Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ - Matthew 27:27-44

9. The Seventh Sermon on the Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ - Matthew 27:45-54

10. The Eighth Sermon on the Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ - Matthew 27:55-60

11. The Resurrection of Jesus Christ - Matthew 28:1-10

THE ASCENSION OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST

12. The First Sermon on the Ascension of our Lord Jesus Christ - Acts 1:1-4

13. The Second Sermon on the Ascension of our Lord Jesus Christ - Acts 1:4,5

14. The Third Sermon on the Ascension of our Lord Jesus Christ - Acts 1:6-8

15. The Fourth Sermon on the Ascension of our Lord Jesus Christ - Acts 1:9-11

PENTECOST AND THE RETURN OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST

16. The First Sermon on Pentecost - Acts 2:1-4

17. The Second Sermon on Pentecost - Acts 2:13-17

18. The Third Sermon on Pentecost - Acts 2:18-21

19. The Fourth Sermon on Pentecost - Acts 2:22-24

20. On the Final Advent of our Lord Jesus Christ - 2 Thessalonians 1:6-10

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SERMONS FROM JOB
John Calvin, Selected and Translated by Leroy Nixon

Here is Calvin at his best, dealing with God's majesty, inscrutability, and all-inclusive providence. Marked by directness, clarity, and simplicity, Calvin's series of sermons on Job is probably the most famous of all his published sermons. The Geneva Reformer expresses in these messages his deep and awesome sense of the majesty of God.

A true understanding of Calvin cannot be gained without reading his sermons, for Calvin thought himself first of all a preacher, then a theologian. Calvin scholar Emile Doumergue said fittingly at the great celebration of the four hundreth anniversary of Calvin's birth, on July 2, 1909, speaking from the very pulpit from which Calvin had preached, "That is the Calvin who seems to me to be the real and authentic Calvin, the one who explains all the others: CALVIN THE PREACHER OF GENEVA, moulding by his words the spirit of the Reformed of the sixteenth century."

Leroy Nixon, the translator of these sermons wrote, "Of all the sermons by Calvin, the 159 on the book of Job have probably been the most famous. They express clearly his sense of the majesty of God. To work with them over the past three years has been a rich and exciting spiritual experience. . . If the reader gets only a fraction of the benefit which came to the translator, the reader will be amply rewarded. Calvin's piety is well expressed in the sermons titled, 'The Lord Gave; the Lord has taken Away'; 'Blessed is the Man whom God Corrects'; 'Though He Slay Me, Yet Will I Trust in Him;' 'Does Not God Count My Steps'; ' and 'The Right Use of Affliction.' Pervading these sermons is the prayer and conviction that whatever comes to pass may all be for the glory of God."

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. The Character of Job - Job 1:1

2. The Lord Gave; the Lord has taken Away - Job 1:20-22

3. Blessed is the Man whom God Corrects - Job 5:17,18

4. How Shall Man be Justified in God's Sight - Job 9:1-6

5. Though He Slay Me, Yet Will I Trust in Him - Job 13:11-15

6. If God Were Our Adversary - Job 14:13-15

7. When Will Windy Words End? - Job 16:1-9

8. I Know My Redeemer Lives - Job 19:17-25

9. From My Flesh I Shall See God - Job 19:26-29

10. Man Profitable to God? - Job 22:1-8

11. The Majesty of God - Job 25:1-6

12. Does Not God Count My Steps? - Job 31:1-4

13. Job's Purity and Equity - Job 31:9-15

14. Job's Humaneness - Job 31:16-23

15. Righteous Indignation - Job 32:1-3

16. The Inspiration of the Almighty - Job 32:4-10

17. The Authority and Reverence We Owe to God's Word - Job 33:1-7

18. God's Power is Just - Job 34:21-26

19. The Right Use of Affliction - Job 36:6-14

20. The Lord Answers Job - Job 38:1-4

Charles H. Spurgeon said, "Among all those who have been born of women, there has not risen a greater than John Calvin; no age before him ever produced his equal, and no age afterwards has seen his rival. He propounded truth more clearly than any other man who ever breathed, knew more of Scripture, and explained it more clearly."

Benjamin B. Warfield said, "Here we have the secret of Calvin's greatness and the source of his strength unveiled to us. No man ever had a profounder sense of God than he; no man ever more unreservedly surrended himself to the Divine direction."

John Murray wrote, "Calvin was the exegete of the Reformation and in the first rank of biblical exegetes of all time."

James Montgomery Boice said, "Calvin had no weapon but the Bible. He preached from the Bible every day, and under the power of that preaching the city began to be transformed. As the people of Geneva acquired knowledge of God's Word and were changed by it, the city became, as John Knox called it later, a New Jerusalem from which the gospel spread to the rest of Europe, England, and the New World."

John Piper said more recently, "This was always the root issue for Calvin. How might he best show forth for all of Geneva and all of Europe and all of history the Divine Majesty? He answered with a life of continuous expository preaching. There would be no better way to manifest the full range of the glories of God and the majesty of his being than to spread out the full range of God's Word in the context of the pastoral ministry of shepherding care."

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SERMONS ON THE TEN COMMANDMENTS
John Calvin, Edited and Translated by Benjamin W. Farley, Foreword by Ford Lewis Battles

Widely known as one of the church's most significant theologians, John Calvin was also a skilled preacher with the ability to proclaim biblical truth with power and relevance. These sermons develop the essence of his teaching on the moral law in a popular and engaging manner. Pastors preaching through the Ten Commandments and serious Bible students will take great delight in reading Calvin's exposition of the Decalogue, which is called "the true and eternal rule of righteousness [for all] who wish to conform their lives to God's will."

Here you will find a collection of sixteen sermons by John Calvin that shed light on his understanding and application of the Ten Commandments. These sermons develop the esssence of his teaching on the moral law in a popular and engaging manner.

Calvin began his series of sermons on the Ten Commandcments on Friday, June 7, 1555. They belong to a larger corpus of sermons on Deuteronomy, which Calvin had initiated on March 20 earlier that year and which he would not conclude until the following summer in July, 1556. This series on the Decalogue, however, dates only from June 7 to July 19, 1555.

First Sermon - June 7, 1555, Deuteronomy 4:44 - 5:3

Second Sermon - June 12, 1555, Deuteronomy 5:4-7

Third Sermon - June 17, 1555, Deuteronomy 5:8-10

Fourth Sermon - June 19, 1555, Deuteronomy 5:11

Fifth Sermon - June 20, 1555, Deuteronomy 5:12-14

Sixth Sermon - June 21, 1555, Deuteronomy 5:13-15

Seventh Sermon - June 26, 1555, Deuteronomy 5:16

Eighth Sermon - July 1, 1555, Deuteronomy 5:17

Ninth Sermon - July 2, 1555, Deuteronomy 5:18

Tenth Sermon - July 3, 1555, Deuteronomy 5:19

Eleventh Sermon - July 4, 1555, Deuteronomy 5:20

Twelfth Sermon - July 5, 1555, Deuteronomy 5:21

Thirteenth Sermon - July 16, 1555, Deuteronomy 5:22

Fourteenth Sermon - July 17, 1555, Deuteronomy 5:23-27

Fifteenth Sermon - July 18, 1555, Deuteronomy 5:28-33

Sixteenth Sermon - July 19, 1555, Deuteronomy 6:1-4

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TWELVE WHAT ABOUTS
Answering Common Objections Concerning God's Sovereignty in Election
John Samson, Foreword by John Hendryx of Monergism.com

DR. R.C. SPROUL becomes our latest endorser of "Twelve What Abouts" - "It is a privilege to have received your book, 'Twelve What Abouts.' The title is great as are your 'what abouts,' and your responses. Thank you for your ministry in Christ's kingdom and for the clear and thoughtful work that has gone into your book."

John Samson went from being a convinced Arminian to a grace loving, Christ-honoring, Calvinist. He shares some of his journey and winsomely answers many of the questions he himself grappled with. 'Twelve What Abouts' by John Samson is the perfect book for those seeking truth about God's sovereign grace in salvation. Straightforward, easy to read, concise, and most of all Biblical, this is a unique book, providing answers for the twelve most common objections raised against the doctrine of Divine election. Pastor Samson's gracious spirit provides an excellent reading environment for those struggling with these great truths of Scripture.

"After finishing a sermon from Ephesians 1, I was immediately confronted by three hostile young visitors who asked the question, 'What about John 3:16?'; as if the Bible contradicted itself. This non-thinking, non-theological, feelings-oriented mindset is typical of today's postmodern generation. Pastor Samson has given us a warm and simple (without being simplistic) introduction to the Doctrines of Grace, so this type of ignorance can be biblically combated.This book is a very helpful tool to give to a young Christian or to someone newly encountering the truths of free and sovereign grace. Distribute it widely." - Earl M. Blackburn, Heritage Baptist Church, Shreveport, Louisiana

"Sometimes a single misapprehension or sticky question stands in the way of an honest believer's examination of the doctrines of grace. John Samson answers those questions with a pastoral heart, yet with biblical fidelity." - Dr. James White, Alpha & Omega Ministries

One man said, "This book helped me enormously. My understanding of God's grace has soared to new heights." Another said, "This is the one book I wish had been placed in my hands as a new Christian. There is a lifetime of insight here." Still another revealed, "There were times reading this when I just had to stop, fall to my knees and thank God for His measureless grace in my life." Whether you are brand new to the subject, or still wrestling with these weighty concepts, Twelve What Abouts will prove to be an indispensable resource in your search for the truth.

"I want to commend, to all readers seeking an honest look into these matters, this very fine treatment in which Pastor John Samson carefully answers the most common objections to the biblical doctrine of divine election. John is one of the most passionate Christians I know, whose number one purpose is to make Christ known. This work on the doctrine of election is no exception. In it you will find that the purpose of election is to bring all glory to Jesus Christ in our salvation." - John Hendryx, from the Foreword

"Whether you are new to the doctrines of grace or simply seeking greater clarity on the sovereign grace of God in salvation, this book will be beneficial. In 'Twelve What Abouts', John tackles common objections regarding the doctrine of election in a concise and biblical way. His charitable spirit coupled with his broad based biblical knowledge make for a joyful learning experience. As someone who teaches the doctrines of grace to the women at our church, I've turned to Samson's teachings multiple times. Do yourself a favor and add this little gem to your library -- it will be one of the best investments you've ever made!" - a satisfied reader from Amazon

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword by John Hendryx

A Word to the Reader

Chapter One: The Place to Start - Amazed by Common Grace

Chapter Two: The Wind Blows Where it Wishes

Chapter Three: A Surprising Journey

Chapter Four: What About the Love of God? (Part One)

Chapter Five: What About the Love of God? (Part Two)

Chapter Six: What About Free Will?

Chapter Seven: What About God's Foreknowledge?

Chapter Eight: What About John 3:16?

Chapter Nine: What About 2 Peter 3:9?

Chapter Ten: What About 1 Timothy 2:4?

Chapter Eleven: What About Matthew 23:37

Chapter Twelve: What About 1 Timothy 4:10?

Chapter Thirteen: What About John 12:32?

Chapter Fourteen: What About Reprobation?

Chapter Fifteen: What About Lost Loved Ones?

Chapter Sixteen: What About Prayer and Evangelism?

Chapter Seventeen: Saving Faith

Chapter Eighteen: The Flaming Missiles of the Devil

Chapter Nineteen: Spiritual Dyslexia

Chapter Twenty: As the King's Herald

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SELECTED SERMONS FROM THE PASTORAL EPISTLES
John Calvin

A Very rare volume originally entitled A SELECTION OF THE MOST CELEBRATED SERMONS OF JOHN CALVIN (Never Before Published in the United States).

First published by T. Desilver in Philadelphia, PA in 1831. Copies of this book are sold for more than $250.00 when they can be found, but we are now offering a new edition for JUST $7.75.

"Calvin's sermons from the Pastoral Epistles are rich indeed! In these sermons you see Calvin the pastor applying Scripture to his people, pointedly rebuking sin, warmly encouraging his people to resting the gospel, and calling for the evangelization of the nations. This is valuable reading." - Ray Van Neste, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Christian Studies, Director, R. C. Ryan Center for Biblical Studies, Union University

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Biography of John Calvin (Extracted from John Mackenzie's Memoirs of the Life & Writings of Calvin)

SERMON 1 - 1 Timothy 3:16 "Great is the Mystery of Godliness: God Was Manifest in the Flesh"

SERMON 2 - 2 Timothy 1:8,9 "Be Not Ashamed of the Testimony of our Lord"

SERMON 3 - 2 Timothy 1:9,10 "The Appearing of our Savior Jesus Christ"

SERMON 4 - 2 Timothy 2:16-18 "Shun Profane and Vain Babblings"

SERMON 5 - Titus 1:15,16 "To the Defiled and Unbelieving Nothing is Pure"

SERMON 6 - 2 Timothy 2:19 "The Foundation of God Standeth Sure"

SERMON 7 - 1 Timothy 2:3-5 "There is One Mediator Between God and Man"

SERMON 8 - 1 Timothy 3:14,15 "The Pillar and Ground of the Truth"

SERMON 9 - 2 Timothy 3:16,17 "All Scripture Given By Inspiration of God"

SERMON 10 - 2 Timothy 2:20,21 "A Vessel Unto Honor, Sanctified, and Meet for the Master's Use"

SERMON 11 - Titus 1:7-9 "A Bishop Must be Blameless, as the Steward of God"

SERMON 12 - Titus 1:10-12 "There are Many Unruly and Vain Talkers whose Mouths Must be Stopped"

SERMON 13 - 1 Timothy 2:8 "I Will therefore that Men Pray Everywhere"

SERMON 14 - 1 Timothy 2:5,6 "The Man Christ Jesus Gave Himself a Ransom for All"

THE 1831 ADVERTISEMENT - In offering this selection of Sermons to the publick, the publisher has not been governed by Sectarian principles, but has selected Sermons upon various subjects, that the reader may understand the general doctrine held forth by this eminent divine. Calvin's Sermons were translated and published in England, about the year 1580; since which date we have no account of an edition having been published. In consequence of the imperfection of the English Language when these Sermons were formerly published, it was found necessary to revise them, and correct the language; but in so doing, particular care has been taken to preserve precisely the original meaning."

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GOING BEYOND THE FIVE POINTS
Pursuing a More Comprehensive Reformation
General Editor: Rob Ventura, Contributors: Earl Blackburn, Richard Barcellos, Sam Waldron & Robert P. Martin



In recent years, a doctrinal shift has taken place among believers so great that even the secular press has taken notice. Christians across denominational lines are laying hold of the biblical truth of God's electing love and saving grace in Christ, commonly called 'Calvinism.' For many, this marks the beginning of a deeper study into the whole counsel of God in Scripture. A thirst to be thoroughly biblical in all areas of life is driving a more comprehensive present-day reformation beyond the famous 'five points.' This book captures the voices of seasoned Reformed pastors graciously guiding and encouraging Christ's beloved sheep to press on and to seek the 'old paths, where the good way is' (Jer. 6:16). In this anthology you will be instructed concerning the abiding relevance of the Ten Commandments, God-centered worship, the masterful unfolding of God's great plan of redemption through divine covenants, the identity, nature, and work of the church, and the help that confessions of faith lend to our grasp of God's glorious Word.

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Contributors

Editor's Preface | Rob Ventura

Foreword | Dr. James White

Chapter 1 - The Ten Commandments and the Christian | Dr. Richard C. Barcellos

Chapter 2 - The Regulative Principle | Dr. Sam Waldron

Chapter 3 - Covenant Theology | Earl Blackburn

Chapter 4 - The Church | Earl Blackburn

Chapter 5 - The Legitimacy and Use of Confessions of Faith | Dr. Robert Paul Martin

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"The rediscovery of 'the doctrines of grace' among Baptists during the last sixty years has thrilled my heart! However, this welcome advance does not make a reformation. The further necessary questions of 'what is the church?' 'how should we worship God?' 'what is Christ like living?' stand before us still, begging for biblical reformation. 'Going Beyond the Five Points' provides clear biblical direction for reforming churches today. Barcellos' defense of the Ten Commandments for Christian living under grace is unassailable. Blackburn's chapters on Covenant Theology and the doctrine of the church are indispensable to Baptist reformation. Waldron's explanation of the Regulative Principle is greatly needed by Baptists to remind us of our foundational principle which needs renewed application to worship and government. Martin's persuasive defense of why Baptists need confessions of faith today is irrefutable. To gather them together as Ventura has done provides a classic standard for further Baptist reformation today. Baptist pastors, students, and church members need to study this book to understand what it means to build biblical and Reformed Baptist churches today for the glory of Christ." - Dr. Fred A. Malone, Senior Pastor First Baptist Church Clinton, Louisiana

"Going Beyond the Five Points is a wonderful pastoral resource to give to any brother or sister in Christ who has begun the journey of better understanding the doctrines of grace. If the Five Points are the appetizer for the hungry believer, these essays will provide a rich and satisfying main course to guide them in a deeper understanding of the truth." - Jim Savastio, Pastor of Reformed Baptist Church of Louisville, Kentucky

"Some truths lie close to the surface, others require more digging. In the substance of this book, you will profit from the groundbreaking labours of others, men who have begun to turn over the soil in order to expose the consequences and applications of a thorough embrace of God's sovereign grace displayed in the salvation of his people, considered not just individually but together. Readers willing to put in the effort will find much to ponder and much from which to profit." - Jeremy Walker, Pastor of Maidenbower Baptist Church in Crawley, England

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This is a three-part, ten section DVD hosted by Eric Holmberg over two and half hours (est. running time) that covers and hopefully answers these and many other questions. Useful for Sunday school, Wednesday night study, small group or new members class.

Crammed full of vignettes, analogies and interviews from leading Biblical scholars, church historians and pastors such as Dr. R.C. Sproul, Dr. D. James Kennedy, Dr. George Grant, Dr. Stephen Mansfield, Dr. Thomas Ascol, Dr. Thomas Nettles, Dr. Roger Schultz, Pastor Walt Chantry, Dr. Joe Morecraft, Dr. Ken Talbot, Pastor Walter Bowie and Dr. R.C. Sproul, Jr., this video will explain what the great Baptist preacher C.H. Spurgeon meant when he said "to deny Calvinism is to deny the gospel of Jesus Christ."

"This video series boldly, clearly, and winsomely sets forth the glorious, saving grace of God in its splendor and will help thousands to understand the gospel better and so to be filled with praise for their Savior." -Dr. E. Calvin Beisner, associate professor of historical theology and social ethics, Knox Theological Seminary, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida


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CALVINISM IN HISTORY:
A Political, Moral & Evangelizing Force
Nathaniel S. McFetridge

This little gem is filled with myriads of powerful testimonies concerning the Political, Moral and Evengelizing Force of the Doctrines of Grace.

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It is a privilege for Solid Ground to bring this book back into print with the sincere desire that it will travel throughout the world and bear witness to the truth of the great doctrines of Augustine and Calvin.

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THE WORD AND PRAYER
Classic Devotions from the Minor Prophets
John Calvin compiled by Charles E. Edwards

In 1897 the Presbyterian Board of Publication first published this Devotional Gem drawn from John Calvin's remarkable teaching on the Minor Prophets. Rev. Charles E. Edwards did a masterful job of selecting an expostion from Calvin's Lectures to stand beside the actual prayer that Calvin used to close that particular Lecture.

The Apostle's declared, "But we will give ourselves continually to prayer and to the ministry of the Word" (Acts 6:4). Exposition and prayer are found here in the perfect introduction to John Calvin. This can serve as a tool to help the reader go through the Minor Prophets with the able assistance of the Prince of Expositors.

"This precious book confirms Calvin's conviction that the Word and prayer work together to develop genuine piety in the Christian. Calvin taught that the Word is God's communication to us, providing us with spiritual food and medicine for spiritual health. Prayer is our communication to God by which we express praise and adoration, and bow in submissive piety before Him. May God mightily use this little volume to foster this spirit of devotion in many hearts and lives." --Dr. Joel R. Beeke, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary

"Having made use of Calvin's devotions and prayers from the Minor Prophets since I was a high school student, I am delighted to commend them to a new generation (my old small green paperback edition is now flimsy and dog-eared!). THE WORD AND PRAYER: Classic Devotions from the Minor Prophets by John Calvin, compiled by Charles E. Edwards, will prove a welcome aid to the cultivation of Christian piety, as well as public prayer." - Ligon Duncan, Pastor of First Presbyterian Church, Jackson, MS

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THE FIVE POINTS OF CALVINISM
Robert L. Dabney

"The most conspicuous figure and the leading theological guide of the Southern Presbyterian Church, the most prolific theological writer that Church has as yet produced, and for a period of over forty years one of the most distinguished and probably the most impressive teacher of its candidates for the ministry." - B.B. Warfield

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Points of Calvinism' available. The book will prove useful for the explanation and defense of these foundational doctrines of grace." Joseph A. Pipa, Jr., Ph.D. President of Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary.

"Dabney was a towering figure in the 19th century American theological world. His exposition of the five points of Calvinism will enrich the reader's appreciation for the doctrines of grace, the glory of the Gospel, the accomplishment of the work of Christ and the security of the believer." - Ligon Duncan

"Dabney has been described as representing a moderate Calvinism. That does not mean, however, he was a man with little or no convictions. The Five Points of Calvinism is a good introduction to Dabney in 'moderation' and a better place for the novice to be trained in basic Calvinism. Abounding with Scripture and logical argumentation, this is another 'old book' that's useful for the Church today." - Dr. C.N. Willborn

"The object of this tract is simply to enable all honest inquirers after truth to understand just what those doctrines really are which people style the peculiar "doctrines of Presbyterians," and thus to enable honest minds to answer all objections and perversions. I do not write because of any lack in our church of existing treatises well adapted to our purpose; nor because I think anyone can now add anything really new to the argument. But our pastors and missionaries think that some additional good may come from another short discussion suitable for unprofessional readers.." - from the Author

Here is a cogent defense of Calvinism by Robert Lewis Dabney against the charge of the Arminian thought that the doctrine of eternal security promotes "unholy living".

Robert Lewis Dabney (March 5, 1820 - January 3, 1898) was known as one of the greatest Southern Presbyterian theologians of the nineteenth century. During the American Civil War, Dabney first served as as a Chaplain 18th Virginia Calvary Regiment he later served as a Chief of Staff to General Stonewall Jackson.

From 1853 to 1859 he was professor of Ecclesiastical History and then served from adjunct professor of Systematic Theology from 1859 to 1869 at Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, VA. While serving as one of the first faculty members at the University of Texas in Austin, as a Professor of Mental and Moral philosophy, Dabney and R. K. Smoot, founded and maintained the Austin School of Theology (now known as Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary).

In 1870 Dabney became the moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States.

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THE HUMANNESS OF JOHN CALVIN
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Richard Stauffer, translated by George Shriver

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"This little book is one of a kind. Written by a careful historian and Swiss pastor, it draws on Calvin's correspondence and other records of the time to give a strong impression of what the reformer was like as a person, in his family life, in his close friendships, and in his sympathy and generosity as a pastor." - Rev. Sherman Isbell

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"In the early years of my first pastorate I read the excellent biographies of Calvin by T. H. L. Parker, and Emanuel Stickelberger. At the same time I acquired Calvin's letters and the splendid little study which you now hold in your hands. Already convinced of the humanness of Calvin I considered Richard Stauffer's study to be unique in demonstrating this dimension of the great theologian. Beyond its value as an historical polemic, it provides a marvelous example to all who would be faithful pastors and theologians. The best response to detractors is the Christ-like example which Calvin left us." - Rev. Gregory Reynolds

Through the nearly 450 years since his death, John Calvin has been portrayed by his critics - Protestant as well as Catholic - as a cold, ruthless fanatic. This distorted characterization, for the most part, remains today. What was this man really like? An unfeeling, gloomy monster or a saint untouched by the common problems which beset lesser men?

The author examines Calvin's personal correspondence and reveals him as a man capable of human mistakes and weaknesses, and yet, a deeply dedicated, sensitive individual undeserving of the years of vilification. This book, available here in English, for the first time in over 35 years, considers John Calvin from a personal standpoint. The excellent preface by Calvin-scholar John T. McNeill, carefully noted resources, brevity, readability, and human interest make this a biography for scholars and laymen alike.

"On the occasion of the appearance of this English edition (in 1971), I would like to share a hope and a memory. The hope: that the portrait of Calvin as husband and father, friend and pastor, which I have tried to paint on these pages, might show more than one reader the true stature of the Genevan Reformer, who is also one of the spiritual fathers of the founders of the United States. The memory: when I was a student in New York and assisted in worship in the small French Church of the Holy Spirit, I never failed to be moved upon reading on the walls of the sanctuary the names of the Huguenot families which had found refuge in the New World. At that time I could not help thinking (and it is still my belief to this day) that these witnesses of the faith, uncompromising in their convictions, were fully the descendants of this John Calvin, who, though human in his obedience, yet offered his 'heart as a burnt sacrifice to the Lord.' It is in thinking of these refugees of other years that I dedicate this essay, which attempts to exonerate the name of Calvin, to contemporary Americans who are mindful of their origins." - the Author

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THE SOVEREIGNTY OF GOD
The Proceedings of the First American Calvinistic Conference in June 1939
Edited by Jacob T. Hoogstra

This Conference was held June 27-30, 1939 at a critical time in human history as the power of Adolf Hitler was beginning to be known and felt throughout the world. It was at this time that a number of ministers of the Gospel were compelled to hold a Conference with the following stated objective: THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS CONFERENCE IS TO RALLY POSITIVE CALVINISTS TO STATE, TO DEFEND, AND TO PROPAGATE HISTORIC CALVINISM IN THIS, OUR AGE.

"In an age when few evangelical Christians find comfort and hope in the sovereignty of a fatherly God, this book serves as a surefooted guide to help us navigate some of the depth and breadth of this glorious truth that lets God be God. The authors encourage us to remember that whatever we think, say, or do, we must begin with God, continue with God, and end in God. If you want to understand and treasure the profound truth that God does all that He does in all spheres of life because He is who He is, read this book." -- Joel R. Beeke, Puritan Reformed Thological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Mich.

This book contains all that transpired at that first historic Conference, and includes the following:

FOUNDATIONAL STUDIES

A Biblical Theological Study of the Sovereignty of God by Prof. John Murray

A Dogmatic Study of the Sovereignty of God by Dr. John Macleod

The Sovereignty of God and the Barthians by Prof. D.H. Kromminga

APPLICATORY STUDIES

The Sovereignty of God and Politics by Dr. Garrett Heyns

The Sovereignty of God and Philosophy by Dr. L. De Moor

The Sovereignty of God and Ethics by Rev. Wm. Matheson

PUBLIC ADDRESSES

The Sovereignty of God and American Attitudes by Dr. Wm Childs Robinson

God's Sovereign Choice of the Younger Son by Dr. John Macleod

The Sovereignty of God and Human Responsibility by Dr. Leonard Greenway

The Sovereignty of God and the Word of God by Dr. Gerhard C. Aalders

The Future of Calvinism in America by Dr. Charles Vincze

"We Calvinists have faith in the dynamic power of a consistent, uncompromising appeal to 'the law and the testimony,' to the infallinbility of the Word of God and its application to every sphere of life. Our purpose is to meet the challenge of the day and to study and to re-emphasize and to propagate our Calvinistic principles." - from John J. Hiemenga's Welcome Address

"When we ask the reason for the love that foreknowledge intimates and the greatness and security of which predestination expresses, we are uniquely confronted with the grandeur of the divine sovereignty. It is love that is according to the counsel of the divine will. The reason is enveloped in the mystery of His good pleasure. We are face to face with an ultimate of divine revelation and, therefore, an ultimate of human thought. This love is not something that we can rationalize or analyze. We are in its presence, as nowhere else, overwhelmed with a sense of the divine sovereignty. We are struck with amazement. It is amazing, inexplicable love. But to faith it is a reality that constrains the deepest and highest adoration. It is love, the praise of which eternity will not exhaust." -from John Murray's foundational address

"In this way our faith does not rest on any human 'wisdom' but on the power of God. And it is infinitely better to depend upon His mercy and power than upon any of our imagined good works, merit, or righteousness. It is the only way in which a foretaste of heaven is given. I believe in the future of Calvinism in America or anywhere else because it teaches of a God Who is really God." - from Charles Vincze's closing address

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THE WORD OF GOD AND THE REFORMED FAITH
The Addresses of the Second American Calvinistic Conference of 1942
Oswald Allis, Louis Berkhof, John DeVries, Harold Ockenga

Held June 3-5, 1942 at Calvin College & Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan, this Conference followed the lead of the First American Conference three years earlier on THE SOVEREIGNTY OF GOD. The seven Main Addresses are here produced in their entirety, containing the following timely and timeless addresses:

THE GLORY OF THE WORD OF GOD by Rev. Harold J. Ockenga

WHAT IS THE WORD OF GOD? By Dr. Louis Berkhof

PRESENT-DAY INTERPRETATIONS OF THE WORD OF GOD by Dr. Oswald T. Allis

THE WORD OF GOD AND PHILOSOPHY by Dr. Henry J. Stob

THE WORD OF GOD AND SCIENCE by Dr. John De Vries

THE WORD OF GOD AND EDUCATION by Rev. Thomas E. Welmers

THE WORD OF GOD AND CULTURE by Dr. Leon G. Wencelius

"For a definition of the Word of God and an exposition of its glory from a Reformed perspective, as well as how it relates to philosophy, science, education, and culture, one can hardly do better than read this book. Guiding us sure-footedly over rough terrain, most of its material has a helpful, contemporary ring to it." - Joel R. Beeke, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids


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THE DOCTRINE OF SOVEREIGN GRACE
Opened and Vindicated by Holy Scripture
Isaac Backus

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ELECTION, PERSEVERANCE AND GOD'S DECREES (1789)

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THE GREAT FALLING AWAY: Ther Last Days in Fulfillment (1773)

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Isaac Backus (1724-1806) was foremost a pastor; but his importance to American Baptist and the Church in general is immense. "The role which Backus played during the formative years of his denomination in America was so crucial that he has been termed the father of American Baptists." Roger Williams may have been the biological father of Baptists in America but Backus stands as their adoptive father. What Rogers began, Backus consolidated and gave a clear mandate to. In particular, Backus restored to Baptists their theological roots which had been mostly lost in the years after Williams. He, became the chief spokesman for the 'evangelical Calvinism' which replaced the Arminianism prevalent among the older Baptist churches. In spite of the Calvinism of the earliest New England Baptists, a shift to the Arminian outlook had been completed by the time of the Awakening. The 'Separate Baptists' largely followed the 'evangelical Calvinism' of Jonathan Edwards. Backus was their chief spokesman, articulating in the Baptist context the themes of sovereign grace which had been so eloquently espoused by Edwards."

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THE REFORMED DOCTRINE OF THE ATONEMENT
Loraine Boettner

"The two great objectives to be accomplished by Jesus Christ in His mission to this world were, first, the removal of the curse under which mankind labored as a result of the disobedience and fall, and second, the restoration of men to the image and fellowship of God. Both of these were essential to salvation. The work of Christ in reconciling God and men we call the Atonement; and the doctrine, we believe, lies at the very heart of the Christian system.

In the nature of the case we are altogether dependent on Scripture for our knowledge concerning this doctrine and can know only what God has seen fit to reveal concerning it. Human philosophy and speculation can contribute practically nothing toward its solution, and should be held in abeyance. Our present purpose is to give a systematized account of what the Scriptures teach concerning it, and to show that this fits in perfectly with the longings and aspirations of an enlightened spiritual nature." - Loraine Boettner

"Nothing reaches deeper into the heart of Evangelical Christianity than the truth that śChrist died for our sins∆ (1 Cor. 15:3). Nothing is more worthy of our study, than to know śChrist and him crucified∆ (1 Cor. 2:2). Though seven decades have passed since the original publication of Loraine Boettner's book on the atonement, it speaks with remarkable freshness today because it speaks the imperishable Word of God. Readers will find Boettner's defense of the atonement against Modernism strikingly relevant to contemporary debates as theological Liberalism again rears its head in the church." --Dr. Joel R. Beeke, President, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan

LORAINE BOETTNER (1901-1990) was born on a farm in Linden, Missouri. He was a graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary (Th.B., 1928; Th.M., 1929), where he studied Systematic Theology under Dr. C. W. Hodge. Previously he had graduated from Tarkio College, Missouri, and had taken a short course in Agriculture at the University of Missouri.

He taught Bible for eight years in Pikeville College, Kentucky. While there he married in 1932. In 1933 he received the honorary degree of Doctor of Divinity, and in 1957 the degree of Doctor of Literature. He was a member of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church of USA. In 1937 he began working at the Library of Congress and the Bureau of Internal Revenue.

Some of his books include: The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination, Roman Catholicism, Studies In Theology, Immortality, The Millennium and A Harmony of the Gospels.

This volume was first published in 1941 under the simple title THE ATONEMENT.

The titles of each chapter are as follows:

1 - The Atonement

2 - The Significance of Christ's Death

3 - The Satisfaction View of the Atonement

4 - The Active and Passive Obedience of Christ

5 - Christ as Our Ransomer

6 - The Representative Principle

7 - The Extent of the Atonement

8 - Old Testament Ritual and Symbolism

9 - Erroneous Theories of the Atonement

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CALVIN FOR TODAY
Joel Beeke, Editor - Ligon Duncan, Michael Haykin, Nelson Kloosterman, Joseph Pipa, Derek Thomas and more

Calvin for the 21st Century is an edited compilation of the stimulating addresses given at the Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary's annual conference in August 2009, at Grand Rapids, Michigan. The book contains a wealth of information and practical applications about how to use Calvin's thought in our challenging day. Topics include Calvin on preaching Christ from the Old Testament, missions, the church, Scripture, the Spirit's work, redemption, ethics, believers' benefits, the early church, reprobation, marriage, and reforming the church.

A highlight is Ligon Duncan's chapter on 'The Resurgence of Calvinism in America.' The book concludes with a summary chapter by the editor, Joel Beeke, who expounds twelve reasons Calvin is important for us today. Additional writers include Jerry Bilkes, Michael Haykin, Nelson Kloosterman, David Murray, Joseph Pipa, Neil Pronk, Donald Sinnema, Derek Thomas, and Cornel Venema.

If you can afford only one of the books published on Calvin that commemorated the 500th anniversary of his birth, this is the one to get! Written at laypeople∆s level, and retaining a flavor of the spoken style, it is informative, stimulating, and practical.

"2009 was the year of the 500th Anniversary of the birth of John Calvin and throughout the world the opportunity was seized to remember the great achievements of this man who loved God, and tell them to whoever would listen. This book of essays reminds us of the richness of Calvin's accomplishments and the fruit of his labors, his goal being the pervasive reformation of personal and ecclesiastical life in the light of the Scriptures and thus to impact the world. How great was his vision of life lived under the Word of God; each of these essays casts its light on Calvin's various astonishing accomplishments. They explain and commend Calvin warmly, and take us beyond the Reformer to the God of the Reformer." - Geoff Thomas

INTRODUCTORY SERMON

What Kind of Love is this? by David Murray

CALVIN AND THE BIBLE

Calvin on the Word of God by Jerry Bilkes

Calvin on Preaching Christ from the Old Testament by David Murray

CALVIN THE THEOLOGIAN

Calvin on the Holy Spirit by Joseph Pipa

Redemption: Speaking Peace in the 21st Century by Derek Thomas

Union with Christ, the "Twofold Grace of God," and the "Order of Salvation" in Calvin's Theology by Cornelius Venema

Calvin's View of Reprobation by Donald Sinnema

CALVIN AND THE CHURCH

Calvin's Doctrine of the Church by Neil Pronk

Calvin on Reforming the Church by Derek Thomas

Calvin and the Missionary Endeavor of the Church by Michael Haykin

Calvin on the Early Church by Ligon Duncan

CALVIN THE ETHICIST

Calvin on Ethics by Nelson Kloosterman

Christian Marriage in the 21st Century: Listening to Calvin on the Purpose of Marriage by Michael Haykin

CALVIN AND HIS CONTEMPORARY IMPACT

The Resurgence of Calvinism in America by Ligon Duncan

Twelve Reasons Calvin is Important Today by Joel Beeke

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THE VIRGIN BIRTH OF CHRIST
A Classic Defense of the Supernatural Birth of our Lord
J. Gresham Machen

In a Review written by Samuel Craig shortly after this book appeared in 1930 we read:

"This volume sustains, and more than sustains, Dr. Machen's reputation as not only one of the world's foremost New Testament scholars but as one of the ablest defenders of historic Christianity. His former books, 'The Origin of Paul's Religion' (1921), 'Christianity and Liberalism' (1923) and 'What is Faith?' (1925), have so whetted the appetites of their thousands of readers that the announcement of a new book by Dr. Machen fills them with eager expectancy---whatever may be their theological position. It will be recalled that Mr. Walter Lippmann, whose theological position is about as far removed as possible from that of Dr. Machen's, in his widely read book, 'A Preface to Morals', not only speaks of Dr. Machen as 'both a scholar and a gentleman' but says of his book, 'Christianity and Liberalism':

'It is an admirable book. For its acumen, for its saliency, and for its wit, this cool and stringent defense of orthodox Protestantism is, I think, the best popular argument produced by either side in the current controversy. We shall do well to listen to Dr. Machen.'

Dr. Machen's latest book, it is true, like 'The Origin of Paul's Religion', moves throughout in the field of exact scholarship. It would be difficult to point to a book anywhere that is more thorough-going in its recital and examination of all that bears upon the subject with which it deals. But while this is the case, Dr. Machen writes so simply and lucidly that men and women of intelligence everywhere, whatever their standing as technical scholars, will be able to read it with understanding and profit. Certainly no minister or Bible teacher of adults can afford to ignore this book. To the reviewer at least it is a source of much satisfaction to know that what is confessedly the most exhaustive and most scholarly book on the problem of the Virgin Birth of Christ ever published, at least in English, has been written by a man who after having acquainted himself with everything of importance that has been written on the subject since the first century, no matter in what language, holds to the historic belief of the Christian Church that its founder was born without human father, being conceived by the Holy Ghost and born of the Virgin Mary."

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Introduction

Chapter 1. The Virgin Birth in the Second Century

Chapter 2. The Birth Narrative an Original part of the Third Gospel

Chapter 3. Characteristics of the Lucan Narrative

Chapter 4. The Hymns of the First Chapter of Luke

Chapter 5. The Origin and Transmission Of the Lucan Narrative

Chapter 6. The Integrity of the Lucan Narrative

Chapter 7. The Narrative in Matthew

Chapter 8. The Relation Between the Narratives

Chapter 9. The Inherent Credibility of the Narratives

Chapter 10. The Birth Narratives and Secular History

Chapter 11. The Birth Narratives and the Rest of the New Testament

Chapter 12. Alternative Theories: Preliminary Considerations

Chapter 13. The Theory of Jewish Derivation

Chapter 14. The Theory of Pagan Derivation

Chapter 15. Conclusion and Consequences

"Years ago I was tasked with a paper on the incarnation of the Son of God. My professor suggested some books that either approached the topic from a naturalistic standpoint or exalted Mary in the whole process. As I browsed the card catalog topically (yes, before computer cataloging!), I came across a book from the 1930s. It hadn't been checked out for several years. It was Machen. My soul was excited, revived, and my mind expanded. In an age where many books become dated, quickly, it is not so with Machen. Not so especially with 'The Virgin Birth.' Read it for the first time or read again. Just read it! Then pass it on." - Dr. C.N. Willborn

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CALVIN MEMORIAL ADDRESSES
Celebrating the 400th Anniversary of Calvin's Birth
B.B. Warfield, Thomas Cary Johnson, James Orr, R.A. Webb and others

"As we approach the occasion of the 500th anniversary of John Calvin's birth, and eagerly anticipate the production of the many excellent historical and theological works that will mark the first half-millennium of Reformed Christianity, this set of essays from the beginning of the 20th century may serve both to edify us and to whet our appetites for more. One will find giants among the contributors (from Reed to Johnson to Orr to Warfield to D'Aubigne), and topics of abiding interest." - Dr. Ligon Duncan

"Any title on such themes, with not a few eminent authors contributing, has to be a book we shall all value seeing." - Iain H. Murray

"We are on the verge of the 500th anniversary of the birth of the French Reformer John Calvin, and it is good to look back at the way his life and ministry were appreciated at the 400th anniversary of his birth. It can be rightly said that if Calvin had not lived, the entire course of Western history, and in particular that of the Church, would be very different, and these essays document that fact very clearly. Against various attacks that had been leveled against the great Reformer in the nineteenth century, these essays demonstrate the tremendous good that Calvin did for the Church and the way that his life was truly lived to the glory of the God of Scripture. Though a hundred years old, these essays are still vital reading for anyone interested in the legacy of Calvin and the ongoing impact of his thought." - Dr. Michael Haykin

"As we swiftly approach the 500th anniversary of Calvin's birth and anticipate another flurry of books and essays in honor of the Genevan Reformer, 'Calvin Memorial Addresses' is a good place to begin our celebration. The contributors and the contributions warrant this reprint edition. The greatest worth of this reprint, aside from reminding readers of Calvin and his contributions to the church and the world, is the showcasing of past scholars who ought to be remembered and still have worthwhile things to say to the Church. Honor the LORD as you celebrate the 400th anniversary of Calvin's birth again." -Dr. C.N. Willborn

The General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States gathered in Savannah, GA in May 1909 to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the birth of John Calvin. After an Introduction by Charles S. Wood, there are a full dozen excellent addresses that cover the incredible influence one man has had on the history of the world for centuries.

The grace of God is evident in the life and labors of John Calvin, and this amazing grace is magnified in each and every address that was given nearly 100 years ago.

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CALVIN AND THE REFORMATION
Four Studies by Bavinck, Doumergue, Lang & Warfield
Edited by William Park Armstrong

What were Calvin's views on asceticism, natural law, common grace and the knowledge of God? No more definitive discussion of these topics by better qualified Calvin scholars can be found than in these four essays, originally prepared for The Princeton Theological Review in 1909, the 400th anniversary of the Genevan Reformer's birth.

Doumergue's article, translated from French by Joseph H. Dulles, deals with Calvin's view of asceticism; Lang's article, translated from the German by J. Gresham Machen, analyzes Calvin's doctrine of natural law; Bavinck's article, translated from Dutch by Geerhardus Vos, discusses Calvin's understanding of common grace; and Warfield's wonderful 84 page article, the longest in the book, analyzes Calvin's teaching on the knowledge of God.

All four authors were professors, Emile Doumergue (1844-1937) on the Free Theological Faculty of Montauban; August Lang (1867-1945) at the University of Halle-Wittenburg; Herman Bavinck (1854-1921) at the Free University of Amsterdam; and Benjamin B. Warfield (1851-1921) at Princeton Theological Seminary. These articles were first published in book form in 1909.

"Of the making of books there is no end (Eccl 12:12). The reality of this axiom can sometimes cause us to forget books that were made before we were born. As we approach the five-hundredth anniversary of Calvin's birth, however, it is worth taking a moment to appreciate this collection published a century ago in honor of the four-hundredth anniversary of Calvin's birth. These essays remain valuable for the breadth and depth of their learning. Scholars, students, and pastors will benefit from the careful scholarship in these essays." - Dr. R. Scott Clark

"As we approach the 500th anniversary of the birth of the French Reformer John Calvin, it is helpful to look back and see how previous historians and theologians viewed this remarkable man. And what better place to look than these four essays originally prepared for the 400th anniversary of Calvin's birth. They not only give us an excellent perspective on Calvin but also help us appreciate how deep an impact Calvin's work and writing have had in the history of the Church." - Dr. Michael Haykin


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The Park Street Lectures on The Doctrines of Grace
Edward Dorr Griffin

"Here (in Boston) on the Sabbath evenings, in the winter of 1812 and 1813, Edward Dorr Griffin delivered his Park Street Lectures. They were preached to crowded audiences from all classes of the community; and doubtless contributed to that impression of truth in Boston, from which has been witnessed such an amount of good. These lectures have been given to the world in numerous editions from the press. They constitute one of the best compendiums of Christian doctrine that have appeared in any country or age. They are a work of standard merit. It is no disparagement to the other productions of the author, to say, that the Park Street Lectures take the lead of them all. In future times they will probably be the principal basis of the author's reputation as a theological writer. For a clear and convincing exhibition of the doctrines of grace, and for powerful argumentation, they have few equals in our language. Let every student in theology, and every young minister, who would be a good divine or preacher, make himself familiar with these Lectures." -taken from "Memoir of Edward Dorr Griffin by Rev. Ansel Nash

Griffin wrote in his Preface: "In these Discourses you will find no reasonings on points foreign to godliness,-- no theories about the Origin of Sin,-- no challenge for a Conitional Consent to be Damned,-- no perplexing speculations about Taste and Exercise; but you will find the fundamental and practical truths of our holy religion, a simple defense of the faith of our fathers. In expressing my own views of truth I have had no wish to give offence or pain to others. I have spoken plainly and expect to have my motives re-examined at the tribunal from which there is no appeal. If I have censured without the gentleness of the Christian spirit, may God forgive; if with right views and feelings, to Him be the praise." - Boston, March 26, 1813

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Lecture 1 - Total Depravity: Part One - Genesis 6:5

Lecture 2 - Total Depravity: Part Two - Genesis 6:5

Lecture 3 - Men with Natural Affections, but Without Holiness - Hebrews 12:14

Lecture 4 - Supreme Love or Enmity - Matthew 6:24

Lecture 5 - Regeneration Not Progressive - Ezekiel 11:19

Lecture 6 - Regeneration Supernatural - Psalm 110:3

Lecture 7 - The Means of Grace: Part One - Isaiah 55:11

Lecture 8 - The Means of Grace: Part Two - Isaiah 55:11

Lecture 9 - The Doctrine of Election - Ephesians 1:4,5

Lecture 10 - The Plea of Inability Considered - Matthew 25:24-27

Lecture 11 - Perseverance of the Saints - Romans 8:30

Lecture 12 - The System Confirmed and Applied - Galatians 1:8,9

GRIFFIN, Edward Dorr, clergyman, born in East Haddam, Connecticut, 6 January 1770; died in Newark, New Jersey, 8 November. 1837. He was graduated at Yale in 1790, and studied theology under Jonathan Edwards, of New Haven, who was subsequently president of Union College. He was licensed as a preacher in October, 1792, and in January, 1793, began his ministerial work at New Salem, Connecticut In June, 1795, Mr. Griffin was ordained pastor of the Congregational Church at New Hartford, and afterward held pastorates at Newark, New Jersey, and Boston, Massachusetts. Union College gave him the degree of D. D, in 1808, and he became professor of rhetoric in the recently established Andover theological seminary, 21 June, 1809, which chair he filled until 1811. In 1821 he was chosen president of Williams, and remained there till 1836. He was an eloquent and popular preacher, and published " Lectures delivered in Park Street Church, Boston " (Boston, 1813), and "Sixty Sermons on Practical Subjects " (New York, 1844). A selection from his works, with a memoir of the author by Reverend William B. Sprague, D. D., was published after his death (2 vols.. 1839). See also " Recollections of Reverend E. D. Griffin," by Parsons Cooke (1856)


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CALVIN ON SCRIPTURE AND DIVINE SOVEREIGNTY
John Murray

"The three lectures, here reproduced in slightly revised form, were given under the auspices of the Reformed Fellowship, Inc. in Grand Rapids, Michigan on May 21, 22, 26, 1959 in connection with the commemoration of the four hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the birth of John Calvin and the four hundredth anniversary of the publication of the definitive edition of 'The Institutes of the Christian Religion.' - John Murray

"The commemorative character of the occasion for these lectures, the prevailing keen interest in the subject of the inspiration and infallibility of the Bible, and the fact that Professor Murray is regarded by many as the foremost among living Reformed theologians in America, as well as his thorough acquaintance with Calvin's works, combine to lend special significance to the publication of this material." - the Reformed Fellowship, Inc.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface

Introduction to New Edition

CHAPTER ONE - Calvin's Doctrine of Scripture

CHAPTER TWO - Calvin and the Authority of Scripture

CHAPTER THREE - Calvin on the Sovereignty of God

Indices

The year 2009 marks the 50th anniversary of the delivery of this series of lectures delivered by Professor John Murray of Westrminister Theological Seminary, as well as the 500th anniversary of the birth of John Calvin. We are honored to be able to produce a new edition of this volume which includes, for the first time, a subject and scriptural index.

"John Murray was not only one of the most renowned twentieth-century representatives of classical Reformed theology, but also a highly-respected interpreter of Calvin. Here we have Murray's vigorous refutation of arguments suggesting that Calvin did not teach the inerrancy of Scripture. Murray also demonstrates that Calvin did not consider Christ's identity as the divine Word to be in any way prejudicial to Scripture being the very Word of God as well. There is also a valuable discussion of Calvin's doctrine of divine sovereignty in reprobation and in relation to human sin." - Sherman Isbell

"The republishing of this book is most welcome news. I consider it one of Murray's finest works and for it to reappear in 2009 would be most appropriate." - Dr. Richard Gaffin

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ABSOLUTE PREDESTINATION
A Classic Defense of a Misunderstood and Oft-Hated Doctrine
Jerome Zanchius, with a Biographical Introduction by Joel Beeke

"Jerome Zanchius (1516 - 1590) is one of the great names of Reformed theology alongside Peter Martyr, John Calvin, and Theodore Beza. Jonathan Edwards referred to him as 'the best of Protestant writers in his judgment.' John Farthing claimed that Zanchius 'lived and breathed in dialogue with scripture.' The hymnist, Augustus Toplady (and original English publisher of this work), said Zanchius's work was 'from beginning to end, a regular chain of solid argument: deduced from the unerring word of divine revelation, and confirmed by the co-incident testimonies of some of the greatest lights that ever shone in the Christian church.' Not only have Reformed scholars of the past been assisted by this volume, the modern reader will benefit from this classic statement of the biblical doctrine of predestination as well. This book is thoughtful, balanced, and biblical. 'Absolute Predestination' remains a helpful explanation of the Reformed doctrine of election and reprobation. This book is not milk for babes; it is meat for grown men and women. But it is good meat; nutritious, wholesome, spiritual food for the soul. After reading it, you will see the clear teachings of Scripture on election and reprobation." - Joel Beeke

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Foreword - Joel Beeke

Preface - Augustus M. Toplady

1.Observations on the Divine Attributes

2.Defining Terms

3.Predestination as it Relates to All Men

4.Predestination as it Relates to the Saints

5.Predestination as it Relates to the Ungodly

6.Predestination as it Relates to the Preacher

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Baptists and the Doctrines of Grace -- DVD
Tom Nettles

Dr. Tom Nettles reveals the strong, doctrinal roots of the Baptist denomination and traces the influence of these doctrines in Baptist life from the 17th century to the present, particularly focusing on Southern Baptists. He shows how many of these foundational beliefs have been weakened with time and urges a return to the principles espoused by the denomination∆s founding fathers and the Word of God.

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Beyond Five Points
Ernest C. Reisinger & D. Matthew Allen

This book presents a Baptist articulation of the Doctrines of Grace, those God-honoring, sinner-debasing truths that hold forth the sinner's only hope and drive him to take refuge from wrath in the perfect satisfaction of Christ's atoning work. As the title indicates, however, the theological concerns addressed here go far beyond the traditional "five points" of Calvinism. The Doctrines of Grace extend from and give symmetry to the full range of categories of traditional systematic theology. They are interrelated with the supremacy of God, and a concern for the glory of God, in all things. The effectively preserve conservative doctrine because they alone provide the fullest, most consistent manifestation of every aspect of Christian truth. The authors provide a cogent defense of those doctrines from Scripture, theology, and Baptist history. Along the way, they demonstrate the truth, goodness and beauty of those doctrines and show that the Baptist brand of Calvinism blends hearts hot for holiness, minds zealous for truth, spirits submissive to God's providence, a vision that sees Christ's atoning work embracing people of all nations, tongues, and tribes, and lives that find their meaning in being consumed to the glory of God. The authors finally urge Baptists everywhere not to grow slack in the proclamation and distribution of gospel truth.

Biblical exposition, systematic theology, Baptist history, dealing with vital objections, and encouragement for faithfulness and sobriety and are all done well and integrated beautifully into a holistic defense of the Doctrines of Grace.... The power of orderly arrangement, deep comprehension, and finely tuned argument provide a vehicle of communication worthy of the exalted purpose for which the authors write. Tom Nettles, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

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A Southern Baptist Looks at the Biblical Doctrine of Election
Ernest Reisinger

Ernest Reisinger gives us a great overview of the doctrine of election, a doctrine that our Baptist forefathers held dear. The booklet is a slightly revised version of the online booklet with the same title. It contains the following chapters:

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The Importance Of Doctrine

Chapter 2

The Abstract of Principles on Election

Chapter 3

Antinomy? (What is it?)

Chapter 4

God's Electing Love Expressed in a Hymn

Chapter 5

God's Electing Love Expressed in a Hymn

Chapter 6

The Golden Chain of Theology

Chapter 7

Evangelism and Election

Chapter 8

Amazing Grace


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