committed to historic Baptist & Reformed beliefs

 

What Are The Doctrines of Grace?

 

OF THE FALL OF MAN, OF SIN AND OF THE PUNISHMENT THEREOF
OF FREE WILL
OF CHRIST THE MEDIATOR
OF EFFECTUAL CALLING
OF THE PERSEVERANCE OF THE SAINTS


 

David Dickson (1589-1662) and James Durham (1622-58)

Warrants to Believe: Part I

Warrants to Believe: Part II

 

Samuel Rutherford (1600-1661)

Soul Trouble: Part I
Soul Trouble: Part II
Sorrow for Sin: Part I
Sorrow for Sin: Part II
Preparations Before Conversion: Part I
Preparations Before Conversion: Part II

Preparations Before Conversion: Part III

 

John Howe (1630-1705)

Prayer and the Decrees of God: Part I

Prayer and the Decrees of God: Part II

 

James Webster (1659-1720)

If Any Man Thirst: Part I
If Any Man Thirst: Part II
If Any Man Thirst: Part III

Webster was one of at least thirty-nine Covenanters imprisoned between 1672 and 1687 on Bass Rock, an island off the coast of East Lothian, Scotland. Photograph of Tantallin Castle, with Bass Rock on the right.

 

A catechism by John Willison (1680-1750)

The Young Communicant's Catechism: Part I

The Young Communicant's Catechism: Part II

 

Robert Riccaltoun (1691-1769)

Christ's Suretyship: Part I
Christ's Suretyship: Part II
Christ's Suretyship: Part III
Christ's Suretyship: Part IV
The Covenant of Grace: Part I
The Covenant of Grace: Part II
The Covenant of Grace: Part III

The Covenant of Grace: Part IV

 

A preface by Archibald Alexander (1772-1851)

The Memoirs of Thomas Halyburton

 

"Rabbi" John Duncan (1796-1870)

Effectual Calling
Forsaking Our Own Mercy

"Rabbi" Duncan and William Cunningham were professors at New College, Edinburgh. New College is the building with towers, at the center of this photograph of Edinburgh.

 

Robert Murray M'Cheyne (1813-43)

God in Christ Reconciling the World

 

John Kennedy of Dingwall (1819-1884)

Hyper-Evangelism: Another Gospel, Though A Mighty Power: Part I
Hyper-Evangelism: Another Gospel, Though A Mighty Power: Part II
Hyper-Evangelism: Another Gospel, Though A Mighty Power: Part III
Hyper-Evangelism: Another Gospel, Though A Mighty Power: Part IV
Hyper-Evangelism: Another Gospel, Though A Mighty Power: Part V

Kennedy's church is at the center of this photograph of Dingwall.

 

Kenneth MacRae (1883-1964)

A Word to the Anxious

 

John Murray (1898-1975):

The Contradiction of God: Part I

The Contradiction of God: Part II

 

On the Calvinistic presentation of the gospel:

Arminianism in the Pilgrimage of the Soul
The Reformed Faith and Arminianism: Part I
The Reformed Faith and Arminianism: Part II
The Reformed Faith and Arminianism: Part III

Portrait of Professor John Murray.

 

William Young

I. Conversion: Preparatory Work Antecedent to Conversion
II. Conversion: Preparatory Work Antecedent to Conversion (continued)
III. Conversion: Regeneration and Conversion
IV. Conversion: Regeneration and Conversion (continued)
V. Conversion: Faith and Repentance
VI. Conversion: Faith and Repentance (continued)
VII. Conversion: Genuineness and Fruits

VIII. Conversion: Genuineness and Fruits (continued)

 

Sherman Isbell

The doctrine of the Westminster standards respecting the free offer of the gospel, compared with Herman Hoeksema's reconstruction of covenant theology:

I. The Preached Covenant: Robert Rollock and His Background
II. The Preached Covenant: Samuel Rutherford
III. The Preached Covenant: The Westminster Standards, and Contemporary Antinomianism
IV. The Preached Covenant: Contemporary Antinomianism (continued)

 

A book review:

The Saviour

 
 
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