Saint Augustine (Aurelius Augustine, Bishop of Hippo, 354-430 AD)http://www.lettermen2.com/bcrrappb.html
Bernard, Saint (of Clairvaux, 1090-1153)
Knox, John (1505-1572)
John Calvin (1509-1564)
John Preston (1587-1628)
Samuel Rutherford (1600?-1661)
Brooks, Thomas (1608-1680)
Gillespie, George (1613-1648)
Baxter, Richard (1615-1691)
John Owen (1616-1683)
Thomas Watson (1620-1686)
John Bunyan (1628-1688)
John Flavel (1628-1691)
Herman Witsius (1636-1708)
The Westminster Assembly of Divines (1643-1652)
Matthew Henry (1662-1714)
Thomas Boston (1676-1732)
John Gill (1697-1771)
Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758)
John Brown (of Haddington, 1722-1787)
John Brown (of Edinburgh, 1784-1858)
Thomas M'Crie (1797-1875)
William Louis Roberts (1798-1864)
James Buchanan (1804-1870)
Horatius Bonar (1808-1889)
J.C. Ryle (1816-1900)
Robert Young (1822-1888), and
C.H. Spurgeon (1834-1892)
1599 Geneva Bible, The 1599 Geneva Bible Restoration Project
The 1599 Geneva Bible Restoration Project
The 1599 Geneva Bible, Tolle Lege edition, online
1599 Geneva Bible Notes
Bunyan, John (1628-1688), Pilgrim's Progress, by
Pilgrim's Page: A John Bunyan Archive
Cotton, John (1584-1652, editor), and The Westminster Assembly (1643-1652), New England Primer: Improved for the More Easy Attaining the True Reading of English. To Which is Added The Assembly of Divines, and Mr. Cotton's Catechism. A Christian classic. Considered to be among the ten greatest books in the English language.
"THE NEW ENGLAND PRIMER was the first textbook ever printed in America and was used to teach reading and Bible lessons in our schools until the twentieth century. In fact, many of the Founders and their children learned to read from THE PRIMER. This pocket-size edition is an historical reprint of the 1777 version used in many schools during the Founding Era." -- Publisher
"THE NEW ENGLAND PRIMER was one of the greatest books ever published. It went through innumerable editions; it reflected in a marvelous way the spirit of the age that produced it, and contributed, perhaps more than any other book except the BIBLE, to the molding of those sturdy generations that gave to America its liberty and its institutions.
"The Founding Fathers of this country and other Americans learned to read from this little treasure. There is much that we can learn about them and the way they thought by examining its contents. The true study of history should incorporate the study of what motivated people to do the things they did. This reprint makes for great classroom discussion. It makes for an excellent addition to any American History class at all grade levels and all ages. It is pocket-size, and kids and adults love it. I highly recommend it!" -- Reader's Comment
"WEBSTER'S BLUE-BACKED SPELLING BOOK and the NEW ENGLAND PRIMER were basic, foundational textbooks used in the schools of our Republic in the 18th and 19th centuries.
"These two textbooks prove our founding fathers expected moral truths to be taught in every school subject." -- Reader's Comment
The New-England Primer Improved for the More Easy Attaining the True Reading of English: To Which is Added The Assembly of Divines, and Mr. Cotton's Catechism (1777)
Foxe, John (1516-1587), Foxe's Book of Martyrs
The Unabridged Acts and Monuments Online or TAMO
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