Appendix B

Christian Classics Available at Internet Archive, February 3, 2014


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Most of these links to Archive.org were compiled in December of 2012.
Links to WorldCat.org (OCLC) records, and annotation for most of the titles, may be found at the following websites:



Contents

"Books Considered to be Among the ten Greatest in the English Language" Available at Archive.org
"Book-length Presentations of the Free Offer of The Gospel Message of Salvation and the Life to Come: The Means of Grace" Available at Archive.org
"Christian Classics, A Short Title Listing" Available at Archive.org
"The Best Books in This Bibliography" Available at Archive.org
Covenanter Works Available at Archive.org
Other Works Available at Archive.org
"Classic Christian Fiction" Available at Archive.org Appendix B Related Weblinks



"Books Considered to be Among the ten Greatest in the English Language" Available at Archive.org

For links to WorldCat.org (OCLC) citations for these titles see:
Books Considered to be Among the Ten Greatest in the English Language
http://www.lettermen2.com/tengreat.html

Augustine, Saint (Aurelius Augustine, Bishop of Hippo, 354-430 AD), and Marcus Dods, The City of God (1871)
http://archive.org/details/citygod00dodsgoog
City of God, Saint Augustine, Philip Schaff (editor), Rev. Marcus Dods, D.D. (translator)
http://www.ccel.org/fathers/NPNF1-02/

Augustine, Saint (Aurelius Augustine, Bishop of Hippo, 354-430 AD), Confessions of Saint Augustine.
A Christian Classic. Available in A SELECT LIBRARY OF THE NICENE AND POST-NICENE FATHERS OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH (1886) VOL. 1.
http://archive.org/details/selectlibraryofn01auguuoft
The Confessions of Saint Augustine
http://www.ccel.org/a/augustine/confessions/confessions.html

Bastiat, Frederic (1801-1850), The Law
http://archive.org/details/law00fredguat
The Law by Frederic Bastiat (Part 1 of 10)
"The law perverted! And the police powers of the state perverted along with it! The law, I say, not only turned from its proper purpose but made to follow an entirely contrary purpose! The law become the weapon of every kind of greed! Instead of checking crime, the law itself guilty of the evils it is supposed to punish! " -- Frederic Bastiat, from the Introduction

Beza, Theodore (1519-1605), and the Pastors of Geneva, The 1599 Geneva Bible, Tolle Lege Press edition.
THE 1599 GENEVA BIBLE, Tolle Lege Press edition, is available at BibleGateway.com. In the version drop-down menue go to " -- English (EN)--," then select "1599 Geneva Bible." Page options include footnotes, cross references, verse numbers, and headings.
The 1599 is the preferred edition.
http://www.biblegateway.com/
The 1599 Geneva Bible, Tolle Lege edition, online
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=matthew%201&version=GNV
Calvin, John, Christ the end of the Law: Being the Preface to the Geneva Bible of 1550 (1850)
http://archive.org/details/christendlawbei00calvgoog

Bonar, Horatius, The Everlasting Righteousness; or, How Shall man be Just With God? (1873)
http://archive.org/details/everlastingrigh00bonagoog
The Everlasting Righteousness; or, How shall man be Just With God?
http://books.google.com/books?id=nQMDAAAAQAAJ&ie=ISO-8859-1&output=html

Brown, John (of Edinburgh, 1784-1858), Discourses and Sayings of our Lord Jesus Christ: Illustrated in a Series of Expositions, 1854, vol. 1 of 2
http://archive.org/details/discoursessaying01brow
Brown, Discourses and Sayings of our Lord Jesus Christ, vol. 2 of 2
http://archive.org/details/discoursessaying02brow
Discourses and Sayings of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Illustrated in a Series of Expositions, by John Brown, published 1856
http://books.google.com/books?id=SZl9u8v0Yi8C&dq=Discourses+and+Sayings+of+Our+Lord+Jesus+Christ&ie=ISO-8859-1&source=gbs_summary_s&cad=0
This University of Michigan digitized edition, that appears in Google Books, is available in paper from two publishers: (Gardners Books, 2006), and (Hard Press, November 26, 2007).
Both volume are "produced from digital images created through the University of Michigan University Library's preservation reformatting program." -- Publisher

Brown, John (of Wamphray, 1610-1679), Christ, the Way, and the Truth, and the Life, or A Short Discourse pointing forth the way of making use of Christ for justification, and especially and more particularly, for sanctification in all its parts from John 14:6, wherein several cases of conscience are briefly answered, chiefly touching sanctification, 1677. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available on Reformation Bookshelf CD #8, #21.
Brown, John (of Wamphray, 1610-1679), Christ: The Way, the Truth, and the Life
http://archive.org/details/christthewaythet12311gut

Brutus, Junius, attributed to Philippe Duplessis-Mornay [1549-1623], Vidiciae Contra Tyrannos: A Defense of Liberty Against Tyrants
http://www.reformed.org/documents/vindiciae/index.html
Vindicae Contra Tyrannos
http://www.constitution.org/vct/vindiciae.htm
The Covenant Between God and Kings, from A DEFENSE OF LIBERTY
http://www.constitution.org/vct/vindiciae1a.htm

Bunyan, John (1628-1688), The Pilgrim's Progress, complete and unabridged. A Christian classic. Considered to be among the ten greatest books in the English language.
The Banner of Truth Trust publication is recommended. It is facsimile reprinted from the unabridged edition of 1895 published by John C. Nimmo, Ltd. containing the original marginal notes and Scripture references and illustrated with etchings by William Strang.
Bunyan, John (1628-1688), The Pilgrim's Progress with William Strang etchings.
http://archive.org/details/pilgrimsprogress13buny
Bunyan, John (1628-1688), The Pilgrim's Progress with notes and life of the author.
http://archive.org/details/pilgrimsprogress1847buny
The Pilgrim's Progress
http://www.ccel.org/b/bunyan/pilgrims_progress/title.html
Pilgrim's Page: A John Bunyan Archive
This is the complete set of THE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN, George Offor edition, reprinted by The Banner of Truth. It is free online, and is downloadable in the following formats: HTML, RTF, TEXT, and PDF.
http://www.chapellibrary.org/literature/bunyan/
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN is also available at Project Gutenberg.

Calvin, John, Calvin's Commentaries, complete.
Search "Calvin's Commentaries" in Archive.org to find PDF files of Calvin Translation Society editions of all his commentaries. From the Calvin Translation Society edition.
http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/calcom
Calvin's Commentaries at BibleStudyGuide.org
http://www.biblestudyguide.org/comment/calvin/comm_index.htm
Monergism: Commentaries
From Mongergism.com search "commentaries."
http://www.monergism.com

*Calvin, John (1509-1564), Calvin's Commentary on Isaiah, 4 books, published in 2 volumes in CALVIN'S COMMENTARIES (vols. 7, 8). Spine title: CALVIN'S COMMENTARIES, VOLUME VII: ISAIAH 1-32; CALVIN'S COMMENTARIES, VOLUME VIII: ISAIAH 33-66. A Christian classic.
Several factors combine to make CALVIN'S COMMENTARY ON ISAIAH particularly significant.

C. Gregg Singer states, in the Mt. Olive Tape Library series of lectures:
I have a study ready for public -- well, not ready for publication, but hopefully someday, on Calvin's use of Augustine. [apparently never published -- compiler]. There are at least 400 references to Augustine in John Calvin. Anybody who says that Calvin got his theology of the top of his head knows no Calvin. Calvin knew Augustine probably better than anybody else, including Luther. Calvin went back to all the Early Western Fathers. I would say that next to Augustine, his theology is based upon Bernard of Clairvaux and Anselm, and he had a higher respect for Saint Thomas Aquinas than many people are willing to admit. But he is in the Western theological tradition.
Charles Hodge, in his SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY of three volumes, very often refers to Calvinism as Augustinianism, and you can see why. . . . [Charles Hodge], declares that you might as well call Calvinism revived and revitalized Augustinianism.
Calvin's work is in four books, with a Scripture Index and a General Index. The Baker publication prints the four books in two volumes.
Calvin, Jean (John, 1509-1564), Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah (1850), vol. 1 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/commentaryonboo01calv
Calvin, Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah (1850), vol. 2 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/9thcommentaryonbo02calv
Calvin, Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah (1850), vol. 3 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/commentaryonbook03calv
Calvin, Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah (1850), vol. 4 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/commentaryonboo04calv
Commentary on Isaiah -- Volume 1, John Calvin
http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/calcom13.html

Calvin, John (1509-1564), Institutes of the Christian Religion; A New Translation by Henry Beveridge (1845), vol. 1 of 2.
The Ford Lewis Battles translation is the preferred edition. It is under copyright.
"Still considered by many to be the finest explanation and defense of the Protestant Reformation available."
http://archive.org/details/instituteschrist01calvuoft
Calvin, John, Institutes of the Christian Religion; A New Translation by Henry Beveridge (1845), vol. 2 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/institutesofreli02calvuoft
Prefatory Address to His Most Christian Majesty, The Most Mighty and Illustrious Monarch, Francis, King of the French, His Sovereign, John Calvin, Beveridge translation:
Considered to be one of the greatest prefaces ever written.
http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/institutes.ii.viii.html
Calvin, John (1509-1564), Institutes of the Christian Religion, Beveridge translation
http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/institutes.html
One Hundred Aphorisms, Containing, Within a Narrow Compass, the Substance and Order of the Four Books of THE INSTITUTES OF THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION
http://www.lettermen2.com/pringle.html

*Charnock, Stephen (1628-1680), The Existence and Attributes of God. A Christian classic. Available (THE WORKS OF STEPHEN CHARNOCK, VOL. 4: THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOD), on the Puritan Hard Drive.
"When the essence and attributes of God are called into question, to whom else can we better go than to Stephen Charnock? . . . the study of God's attributes is not dry-as-dust theology, but is practical; that is, it leads to righteousness." -- Gordon H. Clark
Discourses Upon the Existence and Attributes of God (1853), Charnock and Symington,
http://archive.org/details/discoursesupone00symigoog
The Works of the Late Rev. Stephen Charnock (1815), volume 1 of 9.
http://archive.org/details/worksoflaterevst01char

Church of Scotland, General Assembly, The Scottish Prose Psalter, 1906 edition
Online PDF file (74 MB), high print resolution. It is recommended that a high speed connection be used to download this file.
http://www.lettermen2.com/sppsalter.pdf

Foxe, John (1516-1587), and Thomas Freeman (prefatory material), John Foxe's Book of Martyrs. Actes and Monuments of Matters Most Speciall and Memorable (unabridged). Alternate title: THE UNABRIDGED ACTS AND MONUMENTS ONLINE or TAMO (HRI Online Publications, Sheffield, 2011).
The Unabridged Acts and Monuments Online or TAMO (1576 edition)
http://www.johnfoxe.org
Foxe's Acts and Monuments (the original Foxe's Book of Martyrs): How to Obtain a Facsimile or a Print-on-demand Copy.
Compiled by Peter Reynolds, 29 April 2006.
http://www.peterreynoldsbooks.com/home/foxereview.htm

*Gaussen, Louis (1790-1863), David Scott (translator), John W. Robbins (editor), God-Breathed: The Divine Inspiration of the Bible, ISBN: 0940931575. Alternate title: THEOPNEUSTIA: THE PLENARY INSPIRATION OF THE HOLY SCRIPTURES, 1854. Available (a previous edition), on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available (a previous edition), on Reformation Bookshelf CD #15.
"The fundamental doctrine of Christianity is the reliability of Scripture. Through the centuries, Christianity's enemies have concentrated their attacks on the inerrancy [infallibility -- compiler], the sufficiency, and the clarity of the Bible, alleging that it contains errors, is inadequate, or is in need of an interpreter. These attacks come from the Roman Catholic Church, zealots, modernists, and unbelievers of various other sorts. God has used these attacks as goads to prod Christian thinkers into defending his Word, and one of the greatest defenses of Scripture ever penned is the book you hold in your hands. Louis Gaussen was a 19th-century Swiss Reformed pastor, defrocked for his fidelity to God's Word. Christians in the 21st century will also face persecution, but they can answer their opponents using Gaussens's arguments." -- Publisher
"The turning-point of the battle between those who hold 'the faith once delivered to the saints' and their opponents lies in the true and real inspiration of the Holy Scriptures. This is the Thermopylae of Christendom. . . . In this work the author proves himself a master of holy argument. Gaussen charms us as he proclaims the Divine veracity of Scripture. His testimony is clear as a bell." -- C.H. Spurgeon
Gaussen, Louis (1790-1863), Theopneusty: or, The Plenary Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures (1844)
http://archive.org/details/theopneustyorpl00gausgoog

Gurnall, William (1617-1679), The Christian in Complete Armour: or, A Treatise on the Saints' war With the Devil, Wherein a Discovery is Made of the Policy, Power, Wickedness, and Stratagems Made use of by that Enemy of God and his People: A Magazine Opened, From Whence the Christian is Furnished With Spiritual Arms for the Battle, assisted in buckling on his armour, and taught the use of his weapons, together with the happy issue of the whole war (1845)
http://archive.org/details/christianincom00gurn
The Christian In Complete Armour
http://www.ccel.org/g/gurnall/armour/home.htm

Howie, John (1735-1793), Biographia Scoticana (Scots Worthies)
The preferred edition is THE SCOTS WORTHIES. BIOGRAPHIA SCOTICANA: OR, A BRIEF HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF THE LIVES, CHARACTERS, AND MEMORABLE TRANSACTIONS OF THE MOST EMINENT SCOTS WORTHIES, AS ALSO, AN APPENDIX, CONTAINING A SHORT HISTORICAL HINT OF THE WICKED LIVES OF THE APOSTATES AND PERSECUTORS IN SCOTLAND, 2ND EDITION, CORRECTED AND ENLARGED, 1781.
"The history of Scotland from the sixteenth to eighteenth century is one of the most remarkable testimonies to the covenantal faithfulness of God. The sturdy Scotch character forged in the furnace of relentless persecution, and coupled with the inspiring Christian theology articulated by men like John Knox, birthed a nation of genuine 'bravehearts.' Keep in mind that Americans owe more of their political freedom to Scotland 'her theologians and Covenanters' than to any other people. It was Knox and Rutherford who laid the theological foundation for the War of American Independence. Tories described the war as a 'Presbyterian Rebellion' because of the many Scotch-American clergymen calling for independence. It was John Witherspoon, the theological progeny of Knox and Rutherford, who personally taught many members of the Constitutional Convention. When John Howie set about to write THE SCOTS WORTHIES, his chief aim was to communicate in such a way that readers would be encouraged to grasp the heroic, sacrificial, and glorious nature of a life consecrated unreservedly to Christ. Most of the mini-biographies in this epic work can be read in twenty minutes, making them perfect for family devotions. THE SCOTS WORTHIES details the heroism of men who died for Jesus Christ. You will learn the true story of apostolic Knox, of majestic Bruce, and of wise Gillespie." -- Publisher
http://archive.org/details/BiographiaScoticanascotsWorthies
An Appendix, Containing a Short Historical Hint of the Wicked Lives and Miserable Deaths of Some of the Most Remarkable Apostates and Bloody Persecutors in Scotland From the Reformation to the Revolution
This is the Appendix to THE SCOTS WORTHIES. BIOGRAPHIA SCOTICANA, 2nd edition, corrected and enlarged, 1781.
http://archive.org/details/biographiascotic28272gut
Biographia Scoticana, John Howie
Original from Oxford University, published 1885, digitized May 22, 2006. Described as a reprint of the 1781 edition. It does not appear to include the appendix cited above.
http://books.google.com/books?vid=OCLC34190563&id=5iwAAAAAQAAJ&q=Scots+Worthies+1781&dq=Scots+Worthies+1781&ie=ISO-8859-1&pgis=1

*Luther, Martin (1483-1546), Commentary on Galatians, English translation by Erasmus Middleton, B.D., edited by John Prince Fallowes, M.A., Pembroke College, Cambridge, ISBN: 0825431247. A Christian classic. Considered to be among the ten greatest books in the English language. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive.
"I prefer this book of Martin Luther's (except the Bible), before all the books I have ever seen, as most fit for a wounded soul." -- John Bunyan
"This is a great, historic work, and is beyond criticism on account of its great usefulness. As a comment its accuracy might be questioned; but for emphatic utterances and clear statements of the great doctrine of the Epistle it remains altogether by itself, and must be judged per se." -- C.H. Spurgeon
"The reissue of a famous series of lectures delivered at Wittenberg University in 1553." -- Cyril J. Barber
Commentary on Galatians, Martin Luther
http://archive.org/details/cu31924029294133
Luther's Commentary on Galatians, who hath bewitched you, that you should not obey the truth. (Galatians 3:1 excerpt), English translation by Erasmus Middleton, B.D., edited by John Prince Fallowes, M.A., Pembroke College, Cambridge
http://www.lettermen2.com/luther1.html
Luther's Commentary on Galatians, That He might deliver us from the present evil world. (Galatians 1:4 excerpt), English translation by Erasmus Middleton, B.D., edited by John Prince Fallowes, M.A., Pembroke College, Cambridge
http://www.lettermen2.com/luther2.html

Marshall, Walter (1628-1680), The Gospel-mystery of Sanctification, Opened, in Sundry Practical Directions: Suited Especially to the Case of Those who Labor Under the Guilt and Power of Indwelling Sin. To Which is Added a Sermon on Justification (1859)
http://archive.org/details/gospelmysteryofs02mars

*McLeod (M'Leod), Alexander (1774-1833), Lectures Upon the Principal Prophecies of the Revelation (1814)
http://archive.org/details/lectuyresuponprin00mcle
Lectures Upon the Principal Prophecies of the Revelation
http://www.covenanter.org/reformed/2015/8/17/alexander-mcleods-lectures-on-the-principal-prophecies-of-revelation

Owen, John (1616-1683), Of Communion With God the Father, Son and Holy Ghost or, The Saints Fellowship With the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, Unfolded (1763)
http://archive.org/details/communionwithgo00owengoog

Owen, John (1616-1683), The Death of Death in the Death of Christ: Being a Treatise of the Redemption and Reconciliation That is in the Blood of Christ; Wherein the whole controversy about universal redemption is fully discussed: In four parts (1792)
http://archive.org/details/deathofdeathinde00owen
The Death of Death in the Death of Christ, by John Owen, including J.I. Packer's Introduction
http://www.monergism.com/thethreshold/articles/onsite/packer_intro.html

Owen, John, Hebrews, vol. 1 of 3.
http://archive.org/details/expositionofepis184001owen
Owen, John, Hebrews, vol. 2 of 3.
http://archive.org/details/expositionofepis184002owen
Owen, John, Hebrews, vol. 3 of 3.
http://archive.org/details/expositionofepis184003owen

*Owen, John (1616-1683), Holy Spirit Gifts and Power: Exposition of the Spirit's Name, Nature, Personality, Dispensation, Operations and Effects, volume 3 of Owen's WORKS. Alternate title: DISCOURSE ON THE HOLY SPIRIT: HIS NAME, NATURE, PERSONALITY, DISPENSATION, OPERATIONS, AND EFFECT, ISBN: 0851511252 9780851511252. A Christian classic.
"One of the outstanding books of all time. Presents a learned and spiritual analysis of the names and titles of the Spirit, His nature and personality, and His varied works and influence." -- Cyril J. Barber
Owen, John (1616-1683), Holy Spirit Gifts and Power.
http://archive.org/details/discourseconcern00owenuoft

Pascal, Blaise (1623-1662), The Provincial Letters of Blaise Pascal. A New Translation With Historical Introduction and Notes by Rev. Thomas M'Crie, Preceded by a Life of Pascal, a Critical Essay, and a Biographical Notice. Edited by O.W. Wight (1887)
http://archive.org/details/theprovinciallet00pasciala

Reformed Presbytery of North America "Steelite," Act, Declaration, and Testimony: For the Whole of our Covenanted Reformation as Attained to and Established in Britain and Ireland, Particularly Betwixt the Years l638 and l649 Inclusive, as Also Against all the Steps of Defection From Said Reformation (1876)
https://archive.org/details/actdeclarationte00refo
Act, Declaration, and Testimony for the Whole of our Covenanted Reformation (1876, Reformed Presbytery of North America "Steelite")
The Project Gutenberg text was prepared by members of The Reformed Presbytery in North America (RPNA) using the Reformed Presbytery (America) [of North America "Steelite"], text of the 1876 edition.
http://www.gutenberg.org/files/13200/13200.txt
Reformed Presbytery, "Steelite" (David Steele [1803-1887], James Campbell, Thomas Sproull, James Fulton), A Short Vindication of our Covenanted Reformation, Reformed Presbytery
http://www.covenanter.org/reformed/2015/8/24/a-short-vindication-of-our-covenanted-reformation

Roberts, William L., Reformed Presbyterian Catechism: An Analysis of the Covenanting Reformation Ideals (1853)
http://archive.org/details/ReformedPresbyterianCatechism

Rutherford, Samuel (1600-1661), and Andrew A. Bonar (1810-1892), Letters of Samuel Rutherford (1904)
http://archive.org/details/lettersofsamuelr00ruthrich
Letters of Samuel Rutherford
http://www.puritansermons.com/toc.htm#RUTH
Letters of Samuel Rutherford
http://books.google.com/books?id=tI_iAAAACAAJ&ie=ISO-8859-1&output=html

Rutherford, Samuel (1600-1661), Lex, rex, or, The law and the Prince: A Dispute for the Just Prerogative of King and People, containing the reasons and causes of the most necessary defensive wars of the kingdom of Scotland and of their expedition for the aid and help of their dear brethren of England. In which their innocency is asserted and a full answer is given to a seditious pamphlet entitled, "Sacro-sancta regum majestas," or, The sacred and royal prerogative of Christian kings; under the name of J.A., but penned by John Maxwell. (1843)
Lex, rex is Latin for "law is king."
http://archive.org/details/lexrexlawandpri00ruthgoog
Brutus, Junius, The Covenant Between God and Kings, from A DEFENSE OF LIBERTY
http://www.constitution.org/vct/vindiciae1a.htm

Shields, Alexander (1660?-1700), A Hind let Loose: or, An Historical Representation of the Testimonies of the Church of Scotland, for the Interest of Christ: With the True State Thereof in all its Periods (1797) and Mystery of Magistracy Unveiled
"A HIND LET LOOSE by Alexander Shields is sometimes referred to as 'Lex, Rex volume two'."
"This book sets forth the Crown rights of King Jesus, against all usurpers in both church and state, giving a history of some of faithful sufferings endured by the elect, in maintaining this truth."
http://archive.org/details/hindletlooseorhi00shie
A Hind Let Loose; Or An Historical Representation of the Testimonies of the Church of Scotland. . . . by Mr. Alexander Shields, Minister of the Gospel, in St. Andrews
http://www.truecovenanter.com/shields/
Brutus, Junius, The Covenant Between God and Kings, from A DEFENSE OF LIBERTY
http://www.constitution.org/vct/vindiciae1a.htm

*Smith, Jerome H. (editor), The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge, revised and expanded (Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1997), 1664 pages, ISBN: 0785212272 and 0785213155. Includes bibliography, subject index, topic number index, Proverbs index, name index, figure of speech index, and other indexes. See the index to Proverbs. Considered to be among the ten greatest books in the English language.
"An incredible one-volume Bible reference library, this comprehensive update of the original TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE is a unique resource for Bible study, teaching, or preaching. This edition contains nearly 100,000 new cross-references, additional key words, a new system of symbols, and many other improvements. This is the most comprehensive collection of time-saving and insightful cross-references ever published! [The compilers were not Reformed, and did not include the cross-references unique to the GENEVA BIBLE and NOTES. -- compiler]. Dozens of special study aids help you develop powerful lessons or sermons -- straight from the Bible itself! Dr. John MacArthur, Jr. says: 'The one book, apart from the Bible itself, that I value most in my studies'." -- Logos Research Systems
Smith, Jerome, The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
http://www.logos.com/product/1214/the-new-treasury-of-scripture-knowledge
"For generations, the TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE [original edition by R.A. Torrey -- compiler], has been an enduring cross-reference resource for Bible students worldwide. This highly respected and nearly exhaustive compilation of cross-references was developed by R.A. Torrey from references in the REV. THOMAS SCOTT'S COMMENTARY and THE COMPREHENSIVE BIBLE. With nearly 500,000 cross-references it is the most thorough source available." [prior to Jerome Smith's 1992 revision and update -- compiler]
TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE is in the public domain and may be freely used and distributed. It is included at BibleStudyTools.com and may be downloaded from various websites.
Torrey, R.A., Treasury of Scripture Knowledge (former edition)
http://www.biblestudytools.com/concordances/treasury-of-scripture-knowledge/
THE NEW TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE may be used to advantage in combination with the following Bible reference works, among others:

What the Bible Says About (WBSA)
"What The Bible Says About (WBSA), [a website where the NEW NAVES TOPICAL BIBLE may be searched -- compiler], is based on the NEW NAVE'S TOPICAL BIBLE, a revision of the classic reference work, NAVE'S TOPICAL BIBLE, which was written in the later part of the 19th century by Dr. Orville Nave. The original NAVE'S was revised and expanded by James Swanson. The resulting NEW NAVE'S TOPICAL BIBLE is Copyright 1997 Logos Research Systems, Inc."
https://wbsa.logos.com/Home

Spurgeon, C.H. (Charles Haddon, 1834-1892), The Treasury of David: Containing an Original Exposition of the Book of Psalms; A collection of illustrative extracts from the whole range of literature; a series of homiletical hints upon almost every verse; and lists of writers upon each psalm (1882)
I. Psalm I to XXVI. -- II. Psalm XXVII to LII. -- III. Psalm LIII to LXXVIII. -- IV. Psalm LXXIX to CIII. -- V. Psalm CIV to CXVIII. -- VI. Psalm CXIX to CXXIV. -- VII. Psalm CXXV to CL
http://archive.org/details/treasurydavidco07spurgoog
The Treasury of David
http://archive.spurgeon.org/treasury/treasury.php

Symington, William (1795-1862), Messiah the Prince or, The Mediatorial Dominion of Jesus Christ
"It is the standard work on the kingdom of God in English! There is nothing else like it." -- Publisher
Symington, William, Messiah the Prince or, The Mediatorial Dominion of Jesus Christ (1881)
http://archive.org/details/messiahtheprince00symiuoft
Symington, William, Messiah the Prince or, The Mediatorial Dominion of Jesus Christ
Online free e-text of the 1999 Christian Statesman Press edition.
http://www.reformed.org/eschaton/symington/index.html?mainframe=/eschaton/symington/index_mtp.html
Symington, William, Messiah the Prince or, The Mediatorial Dominion of Jesus Christ
http://reformedchurchpublications.org/messiah_the_prince_by_william_symington.htm

Watson, Thomas (1620-1686), The Doctrine of Repentance
http://archive.org/details/TheDoctrineOfRepentance
The Doctrine of Repentance
http://books.google.com/books?id=V1QCAAAACAAJ&ie=ISO-8859-1&output=html

Watson, Thomas (1620-1686), The Select Works of the Rev. Thomas Watson, Comprising his Celebrated Body of Divinity, in a series of Lectures on the Shorter Catechism, and various sermons and treatises (1855)
http://archive.org/details/selectworksofrev00wats

*Westminster Assembly (1643-1652), The Westminster Confession of Faith (1646), [completed and first printed in 1646, approved by the Assembly, August 27, 1647, Session 23 -- compiler] (Glasgow, Scotland: Free Presbyterian Publication [133 Woodlands Road, Glasgow G3 6LE], 1994), ISBN: 0902506080 (casebound), and ISBN: 0902506358 (paperback). Among the ten greatest works in the English language. Available (THE WESTMINSTER CONFESSION OF FAITH (1646) with all its subordinate documents in searchable format) on the Puritan Hard Drive. Also available (THE WESTMINSTER CONFESSION OF FAITH (1646) with all its subordinate documents in searchable format) on Reformation Bookshelf CD #1.
Westminster Confession of Faith (1646) With Scripture Proofs
http://www.reformed.org/documents/wcf_with_proofs/
The Confession of Faith, the Larger and Shorter Catechisms, With the Scripture Proofs at Large: Together With The sum of Saving Knowledge (contained in the Holy Scriptures, and held forth in the said Confession and Catechisms), and Practical use Thereof, Covenants National and Solemn League, Acknowledgment of Sins and Engagement to Duties, Directories, Form of Church-government, &c. of Public Authority in the Church of Scotland, With Acts of Assembly and Parliament, Relative to, and Approbative of the Same (1757) [the original version of 1646, prior to the changes of the "American Version" of 1789 -- compiler]
http://archive.org/details/confessionofscot00chur
" 'The product of Puritan conflict,' stated Shedd, reaching 'a perfection of statement never elsewhere achieved.' All that learning the most profound and extensive, intellect the most acute and searching, and piety the most sincere and earnest, could accomplish, was thus concentrated in the Westminster Assembly's Confession of Faith, which may be safely termed the most perfect statement of Systematic Theology ever framed by the Christian Church,' writes Hetherington. (The History of the Westminster Assembly of Divines, p. 345).
"Concerning The Shorter Catechism, which is one of the items also included in this book, Mitchell notes: 'it is a thoroughly Calvinistic and Puritan catechism, the ripest fruit of the Assembly's thought and experience, maturing and finally fixing the definitions of theological terms to which Puritanism for half a century had been leading up and gradually coming closer and closer to in its legion of catechisms.' (Westminster Assembly: Its History and Standards, p. 431).
"THE WESTMINSTER CONFESSION OF FAITH (1646) is the greatest of all the creeds of the Christian church. The church of Christ cannot be creedless and live. Especially in an age of doubt and confusion, it is her duty to define and proclaim the one true faith. Nowhere has the Reformed church done this so effectively as in the WESTMINSTER CONFESSION, and family of documents. This book represents Reformed thinking at its purest and best. It was intended, as part of the Covenanted Reformation taking place during its compilation, to be adopted as the binding confessional standard for every individual, family, court, church, and legislature in the British Isles." -- Publisher
This is considered to be the definitive publication of the Westminster family of documents. It includes the following:

  1. "To the Christian Reader, Especially Heads of Families"
    http://www.reformed.org/documents/wcf_standards/index.html?mainframe=/documents/wcf_standards/p005-to_head_of_families.html
  2. "Mr. Thomas Manton's Epistle to the Reader"
    http://www.reformed.org/documents/wcf_standards/index.html?mainframe=/documents/wcf_standards/p005-to_head_of_families.html
  3. THE CONFESSION OF FAITH (1646), the full and original edition with Scripture proofs written out
    http://www.reformed.org/documents/wcf_with_proofs/
  4. THE LARGER CATECHISM with Scripture proofs written out
    http://www.reformed.org/documents/wlc_w_proofs/index.html
  5. THE SHORTER CATECHISM with Scripture proofs written out
    http://www.reformed.org/documents/WSC_frames.html
  6. THE SUM OF SAVING KNOWLEDGE
    http://www.reformed.org/master/index.html?mainframe=/documents/sum/sum.html
  7. "The National Covenant"
    http://www.reformed.org/documents/wcf_standards/index.html?mainframe=/documents/wcf_standards/p345-nat_covenant.html
  8. "The Solemn League and Covenant"
    http://www.reformed.org/documents/wcf_standards/index.html?mainframe=/documents/wcf_standards/p355-solemn_league.html
  9. "A Solemn Acknowledgement of Publick Sins and Breaches of the Covenant; and a Solemn Engagement to all the Duties Contained Therein"
    http://www.truecovenanter.com/covenants/scotland_covenant_renewal_1648.html
  10. THE DIRECTORY FOR PUBLIC WORSHIP
    http://www.reformed.org/documents/wcf_standards/index.html?mainframe=/documents/wcf_standards/p369-direct_pub_worship.html
  11. THE FORM OF PRESBYTERIAL CHURCH GOVERNMENT
    http://www.reformed.org/documents/wcf_standards/index.html?mainframe=/documents/wcf_standards/p395-form_presby_gov.html
  12. "The Directory for Family-Worship, Approved by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, for Piety and Uniformity in Secret and Private Worship, and Mutual Edification"
    http://www.reformed.org/documents/wcf_standards/index.html
THE WESTMINSTER CONFESSION OF FAITH (1646) is said to be the finest summary of THE HOLY BIBLE available. It is recommended for daily devotions. See the following resources:
  1. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE WESTMINSTER STANDARDS AS A CREED
    http://www.fpcr.org/blue_banner_articles/signific.htm
  2. "The Complete Scripture Index to the Westminster Confession (1646), Larger and Shorter Catechisms." Alternate title: SCRIPTURE INDEX TO THE WESTMINSTER STANDARDS. Available on Library of Presbyterian Heritage Publications [and] Protestant Heritage Press CD. Also available on the Puritan Hard Drive.
  3. Bordwine, James, A GUIDE TO THE WESTMINSTER STANDARDS: CONFESSION OF FAITH AND LARGER CATECHISM, ISBN: 0940931303 9780940931305.
    Includes a unique, 100-page topical index to both the CONFESSION and the LARGER CATECHISM.
  4. WESTMINSTER LARGER CATECHISM WITH PROOF TEXTS
    http://www.reformed.org/documents/wlc_w_proofs/index.html
  5. THE SHORTER CATECHISM WITH SCRIPTURE PROOFS
    Arguably the greatest tract ever created, all factors considered.
    http://www.reformed.org/documents/WSC_frames.html
    THE SHORTER CATECHISM
    Free downloadable PDF file.
    http://www.greenvillepresbyterian.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/shorter-catechism.pdf
  6. Westminster Shorter Catechism Project
    "Click on any of the individual questions below to get the answer and Biblical references, as well as links to works by John Flavel, Thomas Watson, Thomas Boston, James Fisher, and John Whitecross, and others."
    http://www.shortercatechism.com/
  7. Commentaries on the Westminster Standards Including the Westminster Confession of Faith, The Larger Catechism, and The Shorter Catechism
    http://www.lettermen2.com/bcrr3ch.html#cwswcsc
  8. The Westminster Confession of Faith (1646), (The Westminster Standards), and Related Works: A Study Guide
    http://www.lettermen2.com/suggest.html
  9. The Scottish Covenanted Reformation continued the work of The Westminster Assembly. David Steel (1803-1887), is considered to be one of the most faithful Covenanter ministers in America. Notice that the citation following is an authorized, complete edition of their final TESTIMONY.
    Reformed Presbytery of North America "Steelite," David Steele (1803-1887), John Thorburn (1730?-1788), John Courtass (d. 1795), et al., ACT, DECLARATION, AND TESTIMONY, FOR THE WHOLE OF THE COVENANTED REFORMATION, AS ATTAINED TO, AND ESTABLISHED IN, BRITAIN AND IRELAND; PARTICULARLY BETWIXT THE YEARS 1638 AND 1649, INCLUSIVE. AS, ALSO, AGAINST ALL THE STEPS OF DEFECTION FROM SAID REFORMATION, WHETHER IN FORMER OR LATER TIMES, SINCE THE OVERTHROW OF THAT GLORIOUS WORK, DOWN TO THIS PRESENT DAY (1876), (Philadelphia, PA: Printed by Rue and Jones, 1876).
    This is a new edition of the Ploughlandhead Testimony of 1761. It was the subordinate standard of the original "Steelite" Reformed Presbytery that was constitutes in 1840.
    https://archive.org/details/actdeclarationte00refo
  10. Church and State
    Works listed here discuss the decline of the influence of Calvinism and the Covenanted Reformation in Great Britain and the United States. The various alterations to the Westminster Standards are also discussed.
    http://www.lettermen2.com/bcrr9chc.html#churchstate
  11. Heresies Defined and the Necessity of Heresies Explained, by George Gillespie, Scottish Commissioner to the Assembly of Divines at Westminster
    http://www.truecovenanter.com/gillespie/ggilles09.html

Westminster Divines (1643-1653), The Shorter Catechism With Scripture Proofs
Free downloadable PDF file.
http://www.greenvillepresbyterian.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/shorter-catechism.pdf
Westminster Shorter Catechism Project
"Click on any of the individual questions below to get the answer and Biblical references, as well as links to works by John Flavel, Thomas Watson, Thomas Boston, James Fisher, and John Whitecross, and others."
http://www.shortercatechism.com/
Watson, Thomas (1620-1686), The Select Works of the Rev. Thomas Watson, Comprising his Celebrated Body of Divinity, in a series of Lectures on the Shorter Catechism, and various sermons and treatises (1855)
http://archive.org/details/selectworksofrev00wats

Wylie, Samuel B., (1773-1852), and James McLeod Willson (1809-1866), The two Sons of oil; or, the Faithful Witness for Magistracy and Ministry Upon a Scriptural Basis
http://archive.org/details/twosonsofoilorfa00wylirich
The two Sons of oil; or, the Faithful Witness for Magistracy and Ministry Upon a Scriptural Basis, Samuel B. Wylie
http://www.swrb.com/newslett/actualNLs/two-sons-of-oil.htm

Young, Robert (1822-1888), Young's Literal Translation of the Bible
http://archive.org/details/YoungsBible



Book-length Presentations of the Free Offer of The Gospel Message of Salvation and the Life to Come: The Means of Grace Available at Archive.org

This listing of links to Archive.org was compiled in July of 2013.
For links to WorldCat.org (OCLC) citations for these titles see:
Book-length Presentations of the Free Offer of The Gospel Message of Salvation and the Life to Come: The Means of Grace
http://www.lettermen2.com/bcrr1cha.html#blpoftf

Bates, William (1625-1699), The Harmony of the Divine Attributes in the Contrivance and Accomplishment of Man's Redemption. Available (THE WORKS OF WILLIAM BATES [FUNERAL SERMONS, SELECTIONS]), on the Puritan Hard Drive.
Bates, William (1625-1699), The Harmony of the Divine Attributes in the Contrivance and Accomplishment of Man's Redemption (1831)
http://archive.org/details/harmonyofdivinea00bate

Baxter, Richard (1615-1691), A Call to the Unconverted: Baxter's Practical Works, Vol. 2.
"This is the second of four volumes constituting the complete works of this giant of the faith. This huge volume, over 1000 pages, gathers together such penetrating topics as The Unpardonable Sin, The Spirit's Witness to the Truth of Christianity, The Arrogancy of Reason Against Divine Revelation, A Call to the Unconverted, Now or Never, A Saint or a Brute, God's Goodness Vindicated, The Character of a Sound, Confirmed Christian, and others." -- GCB
This volume also contains A CALL TO THE UNCONVERTED, THE REASONABLENESS OF THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION, THE UNREASONABLENESS OF INFIDELITY, A TREATISE OF CONVERSION, and CHARACTER OF A SOUND CONFIRMED CHRISTIANS.
Baxter, Richard (1615-1691), and Thomas Chalmers (1780-1847), A Call to the Unconverted. (1831), (singly)
http://archive.org/details/calltounconverte1831baxt

Baxter, Richard (1615-1691), A Christian Directory: Baxter's Practical Works, Vol. 1. Full title: A Christian Directory: or A Sum of Practical Theology, and Cases of Conscience. Directing Christians how to use Their Knowledge and Faith; How to Improve all Helps and Means, and to Perform all Duties; How to Overcome Temptations, and to Escape or Mortify Every Sin. In Four Parts.
I. Christian Ethics (or Private Duties)
II. Christian Economics (or Family Duties)
III. Christian Ecclesiastics (or Church Duties)
IV. Christian Politics (or Duties to Our Rulers and Neighbours)
(Morgan, PA: Soli Deo Gloria Publications, 1997, 1990, 1838, 1707, 1678, 1673), ISBN: 1877611131 9781877611131. Foreword by J.I. Packer (Soli Deo Gloria edition only). The Soli Deo Gloria publication is a facsimile reprint of the 19th century reprint by George Virtue, London, 1846. The original 1673 edition and the 1678 edition, both printed by Robert White for Nevill Simmons. Bibliographic and scriptural footnotes. A Christian classic. Considered to be among the ten greatest books in the English language. Available (less the J.I. Packer's Foreword, but searchable with an OCR-based index), on the Puritan Hard Drive.
This work is available in many editions, and in many formats.
Reformation Heritage Books has new copies of the Soli Deo Gloria edition (including the J.I. Packer Introduction), as of March 2008, even though it is generally thought to be out of print. They acquired Soli Deo Gloria from Ligonier Ministries in late 2007.
The best digital format of the reprint by George Virtue is included on the Puritan Hard Drive. It has an OCR scan in the background, meaning one can search the entire volume and copy text into another document. It also has a computer generated indexed from the OCR scan which is, of course, in Baxter's vocabulary.
A PDF image scan only of the same edition is available on the Reformation Bookshelf CD #21.
The reprint by George Virtue is available online and may be downloaded in PDF format at Christian Classics Ethereal Library
The reprint by George Virtue appears in full preview in Google Books but may not be downloaded. So it is useful if the reader wants to become acquainted with the book. Text can be searched, but can not be copied into another document. This particular Google Books scan includes the contents in detail on pages iii-xix which is not included in the Christian Classics Ethereal Library PDF files. About five other editions from libraries are available in Google Books, and may be downloaded (August 2008).
Notice that the e-text in Google Books has the advantage of being searchable. Searching an image-based PDF file (without an OCR scan in the background), is not possible, unless the user owns software such as Abode Acrobat Pro or Kirtas BookScan Editor. They both have an OCR (optical character recognition), feature that will search an image-based PDFs (bit-map scans). Searches appear to be perfect in this work, although one must know Baxter's vocabulary. Text can be cut and pasted from image-based PDF format to OCR (character) format. This particular Google Books scan can not be cut and pasted or downloaded.
One of the older, multi-volume editions of THE WORKS OF RICHARD BAXTER is available at Monergism.com in the "Puritan Library," "Richard Baxter." A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY, volume 23. It can be downloaded.
http://www.puritanlibrary.com/
Another older edition is available on microfilm (Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms, 1970), 1 microfilm reel, 35 mm (Early English books, 1641-1700; 343:11).
"The complete practical works of Richard Baxter are in print in four volumes entitled BAXTER'S PRACTICAL WORKS. This volume (about 1 1/4 million words, 1028 pages), is volume one of the set. The editor's preface (1707), p. xiii, stated that the works of Richard Baxter are 'perhaps the best body of practical divinity that is extent in our own or any other tongue.' Richard Baxter lived from 1615-1691. The DIRECTORY was completed in 1665. Its scope was intended to cover all of practical theology, a summa of casuistry . . ." -- Don Kistler
"Baxter's series, which grew in range and scope as it proceeded . . . is a peak point in Puritan devotional writing, and remains a precious resource for all, in this or any age, who want to know what is involved in Biblical godliness. . . . A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY may justly be described as a landmark. It is the fullest, most thorough, and in this writer's judgment, most profound treatment of Christian spirituality and standards that has ever been attempted by an English-speaking Evangelical author. The fact that it embraces both spirituality and standards (the principles of communion with God plus the specifics of obedience to God), merits approving comment in itself; nowadays spirituality and ethics have become two distinct disciplines in the schools, and books written on either say virtually nothing about the other . . ." -- J.I. Packer
Timothy Keller calls it the greatest manual on Biblical counseling ever produced.
"There are many Puritan classics on this subject. Thomas Brooks' PRECIOUS REMEDIES FOR SATAN'S DEVICES, Thomas Goodwin's A CHILD OF LIGHT WALKING IN DARKNESS, William Bridge's A LIFTING UP FOR THE DOWNCAST, and many other similar works give evidence that the Puritans were. . . . masters at applying Biblical answers and principles to problems that can only be solved by spiritual means. No Puritan work, however, has ever approached the popularity, the scope, or the depth of Baxter's classic treatise. With the widespread interest in counseling in today's church, this reprint of Baxter's work should be a welcome addition to every pastor's library, or to anyone else who wishes to give solid Biblical answers to man's questions." -- Don Kistler
"We have long waited for a purely Biblical treatment of the spiritual ills and cures of men which is untainted by the views of psychology. Since Baxter lived about 200 years before psychology arrived, his deep work is completely void of its encroachment -- thankfully!" -- John MacArthur
"The kings men sought to arrest Richard Baxter, but he traveled ceaselessly from place to place, writing his sermons and his books even on horseback (he had an inkwell in his saddle), and preached over a wide area." -- Brian H. Edwards
"Baxter was a wonder of his age. His writings total 72 large volumes, much of it written on horseback as he traveled in his widespread preaching efforts. He seldom, if ever, edited anything he wrote. Knowing this any reader will be amazed at how well he communicated his deep love for his Savior. For 26 years he was public enemy No. 1 to the king, yet he lived to see the flight of the king in 1688." -- Jay P. Green, Sr.
POOR MAN'S FAMILY BOOK (1674) and THE CATECHIZING OF FAMILIES (1683), are less detailed works and are found in THE REFORMED PASTOR: BAXTER'S PRACTICAL WORKS, VOL. 4. They are more suitable for family instruction than are the detailed presentation in A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY.
"Ptacek in FAMILY WORSHIP: BIBLICAL BASIS, HISTORICAL REALITY, CURRENT NEED (pp. 51-52), supplies the following information in regard to Baxter and this book. He notes that after the Episcopalians ejected numerous 'nonconformists,' in what is know as the 'great ejection,' in 1662, 'Baxter pastored from house to house, visiting families of his parish in their homes. These visits contributed to Baxter's A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY, a large and still very relevant manual of pastoral care.' Focusing on just one area of great importance, Ptacek demonstrates how this book's relevance is not limited by time or culture, though sometimes the use of specific words are. 'Published in 1673, but written 1664-65, a large book-length part of Baxter's CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY is devoted to the family. It is entitled 'Christian Economics' based on the archaic usage of the word, which reflects the proper sense of the Greek root oikonomos as the manager of a household, in the Christian case, the spiritual leader of the family. The family head is essential to Baxter's view of family worship and instruction. Baxter asserts that it is God's will that this instruction be carried out by the rulers of the families.' For a male head of the household to fail to do so, or to have another instruct in the family, is contrary to his position of authority.' This is the kind of book that can be passed on from generation to generation and still find much use in the service of the kingdom of God.
"Though relatively weak on corporate sanctification, corporate faithfulness and some important areas of doctrine (such as justification), Baxter's work on subjects related to personal piety can be of good practical use to the Christian -- if one is careful to separate out his aberrant doctrinal views and any practical errors they may lead to." -- Publisher
The following three excerpts are included as bonus free books on Reformation Bookshelf CD #28.
1. "The Duties of Parents for Their Children" from BAXTER'S PRACTICAL WORKS, VOL. 1, A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY, on Christian Economics, Chap. X., pp. 449-454.
2. "The Special Duties of Children Towards Their Parents" from BAXTER'S PRACTICAL WORKS, VOL. 1, A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY, on Christian Economics, Chap. XI., pp. 454-457.
3. "The Special Duties of Children and Youth Towards God" from BAXTER'S PRACTICAL WORKS, VOL. 1, A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY, on Christian Economics, Chap. XII., pp. 457-458).
A summary of currently (2012) available publications.
http://www.lettermen2.com/pwrbcd.html
Richard Baxter, from Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Baxter

Bonar, Horatius (1808-1889), The Everlasting Righteousness, or How Shall man be Just With God? A Christian classic. Considered to be among the ten greatest books in the English language.
"First published in 1874, THE EVERLASTING RIGHTEOUSNESS, may be the best book on the doctrine of justification by faith alone ever written." -- John W. Robbins
The Everlasting Righteousness; or, How Shall man be Just With God? (1873)
http://archive.org/details/everlastingrigh00bonagoog

Bonar, Horatius (1808-1889), Words to Winners of Souls
Words to the Winners of Souls (1870)
http://archive.org/details/pts_worldstothewinners_1687

Boston, Thomas (1676-1732), The Art of Manfishing. A Christian classic. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive.
A Soliloquy on the art of Man-fishing (1899)
http://archive.org/details/soliloquyonartof00bost

Boston, Thomas (1676-1732), The Distinguishing Characters of True Believers. In relation to, I. God in Christ, XI. Their entering into rest in Christ. . . . To which is prefixed, a soliloquy on the art of man-fishing. Now first published from the manuscripts of the late Reverend and learned Mr Thomas Boston, Falkirk, 1791.
The Distinguishing Characters of True Believers: In Several Practical Discourses, largely handled, and excellently calculated to promote the comfort and direction of Christians, and the advantage of human society (1791)
http://archive.org/details/distinguishingch00bost

Brown, John (of Wamphray, 1610-1679), Christ, the Way, and the Truth, and the Life, or A Short Discourse pointing forth the way of making use of Christ for justification, and especially and more particularly, for sanctification in all its parts from John 14:6, wherein several cases of conscience are briefly answered, chiefly touching sanctification, 1677.
Christ: The Way, the Truth, and the Life
http://archive.org/details/christthewaythet12311gut

*Bunyan, John (1628-1688), and Robert Philip (1791-1858), The Greatness of the Soul: and The Unspeakableness of the Loss Thereof; No way to Heaven but by Jesus Christ; The Strait Gate. Alternate title: THE GREATNESS OF THE SOUL, AND UNSPEAKABLENESS OF THE LOSS THEREOF: WITH THE CAUSES OF THE LOSING IT: FIRST PREACHED AT PINNERS HALL, AND NOW ENLARGED, AND PUBLISHED FOR GOOD. A Christian classic. Considered to be among the ten greatest books in the English language. Available (THE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN), on the Puritan Hard Drive.
"In the 1660s, Charles II, King of England, asked John Owen (1616-1683), why he went to hear the preaching of an uneducated tinker. [John Bunyan -- compiler]. Looking the King in the eye, Owen answered, 'May it please your Majesty, could I possess the tinker's ability for preaching, I would willingly relinquish all my learning'." -- Andrew Thomson, John Owen, Prince of Puritans
Owen would not have been surprised to learn that Bunyan's most influential work, PILGRIM'S PROGRESS, would be translated into more languages over the next 400 years than any book except the Bible.
The Greatness of the Soul: and The Unspeakableness of the Loss Thereof; No way to Heaven but by Jesus Christ; The Strait Gate
http://archive.org/details/greatnessofsoulu00bunyuoft
Pilgrim's Page: A John Bunyan Archive
This is the complete set of THE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN, George Offor edition, reprinted by The Banner of Truth. It is free online, and is downloadable in the following formats: HTML, RTF, TEXT, and PDF.
http://www.chapellibrary.org/literature/bunyan/
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN is also available at Project Gutenberg.

Calvin, John (1509-1564), Institutes of the Christian Religion; A New Translation by Henry Beveridge (1845), vol. 1 of 2.
The Ford Lewis Battles translation is the preferred edition. It is under copyright.
"Still considered by many to be the finest explanation and defense of the Protestant Reformation available."
http://archive.org/details/instituteschrist01calvuoft
Calvin, John, Institutes of the Christian Religion; A New Translation by Henry Beveridge (1845), vol. 2 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/institutesofreli02calvuoft
Prefatory Address to His Most Christian Majesty, The Most Mighty and Illustrious Monarch, Francis, King of the French, His Sovereign, John Calvin (Beveridge translation):
Considered to be one of the greatest prefaces ever written.
http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/institutes.ii.viii.html
Institutes of the Christian Religion (Beveridge translation)
http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/institutes.html
One Hundred Aphorisms, Containing, Within a Narrow Compass, the Substance and Order of the Four Books of THE INSTITUTES OF THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION
http://www.lettermen2.com/pringle.html

Charnock, Stephen (1628-1680), The New Birth. Alternate title: DISCOURSE OF GOD'S BEING THE AUTHOR OF RECONCILIATION, DISCOURSE OF THE EFFICIENT OF REGENERATION, DISCOURSE OF THE NATURE OF REGENERATION, DISCOURSE OF THE WORD, THE INSTRUMENT OF REGENERATION, DISCOURSE ON THE CLEANSING VIRTUE OF CHRIST'S BLOOD, NECESSITY OF REGENERATION.
The Complete Works of Stephen Charnock (1865)
http://archive.org/details/completeworksst03mcogoog
A Discourse of the Efficient of Regeneration by Stephen Charnock, Part 1.
http://www.ccel.org/c/charnock/eff_regen1.html
A Discourse of the Efficient of Regeneration by Stephen Charnock, Part 2.
http://www.ccel.org/c/charnock/eff_regen2.html
A Discourse of the Nature of Regeneration by Stephen Charnock
http://www.ccel.org/c/charnock/nat_regen.html
A Discourse of the Word, the Instrument of Regeneration by Stephen Charnock
http://www.ccel.org/c/charnock/instr_regen.html
The Necessity of Regeneration by Stephen Charnock
http://www.ccel.org/c/charnock/nec_regen.html

Dent, Arthur (1706?), Plain Man's Pathway to Heaven: Wherein Every man may Clearly See Whether he Shall be Saved or Damned, set Forth Dialogue-wise for the Better Understanding of the Simple, 1601.
The Plain Man's Pathway to Heaven, Wherein Every man may Clearly see Whether he Shall be Saved or Damned, With a table of all the principal matters, and three prayers necessary to be used in private families, hereunto added (1859)
http://archive.org/details/plainmanspathway00dentuoft

Flavel, John (1628-1691), Christ Knocking at the Door of the Sinners' Heart (Welwyn, England: Evangelical Press).
Christ Knocking at the Door of Sinners' Hearts: or, A Solemn Entreaty
http://archive.org/details/christknockinga00socigoog

Flavel, John (1628-1691), The Fountain of Life Opened up, or, A Display of Christ in his Essential and Mediatorial Glory
The Fountain of Life
http://archive.org/details/TheFountainOfLife
The Fountain of Life
http://www.ccel.org/flavel/fountain/flavfoun.txt

Flavel, John (1628-1691), The Method of Grace in the Gospel Redemption
The Method of Grace in the Holy Spirit's Applying to the Souls of men the Eternal Redemption Contrived by the Father and Accomplished by the son. A sequel to "The Fountain of Life, or Christ in his Essential and Mediatorial Glory."
http://archive.org/details/methodofgraceinh00flavrich
The Method of Grace in the Gospel Redemption
http://www.ccel.org/flavel/grace/grace.txt

Goodwin, Thomas (1600-1680), The Work of the Holy Spirit in our Salvation
The Works of Thomas Goodwin
http://archive.org/details/worksofthomasgoo01good

Graham, Billy, and Ruth Graham (1920-2007), Peace With God, revised and expanded edition.
Peace With God
http://www.ccel.us/PeaceWithGod.toc.html

Guthrie, William (1620-1665), The Christian's Great Interest
The Christian's Great Interest: In two Parts (1833)
http://archive.org/details/christiansgreat00guth

Law, William (1686-1761), A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life
A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life
http://archive.org/details/aseriouscalltoa00unkngoog
A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life
http://www.ccel.org/l/law/a_serious_call/a_serious_call.html

*Luther, Martin (1483-1546), J.I. Packer (translator), and O.R. Johnston (translator), Bondage of the Will, ISBN: 0800753429 9780800753429. A Christian classic. Available (PDF and MP3) on the Puritan Hard Drive.
"THE BONDAGE OF THE WILL is fundamental to an understanding of the primary doctrines of the Reformation. In these pages, Luther gives extensive treatment to what he saw as the heart of the gospel. Free will was no academic question to Luther; the whole gospel of the Grace of God, he believed, was bound up with it and stood or fell according to the way one decided it . . . This is the greatest piece of writing that came from Luther's pen. In its vigour of language, its profound theological grasp, and the grand sweep of its exposition, it stands unsurpassed among Luther's writings." -- Publisher
"Luther recognized this book as his most important work and even said that if all his other books perished, he would hope that this one, along with his SMALL CATECHISM, would be the only ones to remain. As noted above, this is one of the most important books of the early Reformation, for it deals with what Luther saw to be the heart of the Gospel. Luther here refutes the Romish notion of 'free will' in man and upholds the absolute sovereignty of God in the salvation of sinners -- as well as justification by faith alone. Luther clearly saw the issue of free will as the primary cause of his separation from Rome.
"In this book he replied to the Roman Catholic scholar, Erasmus, and his diatribe THE FREEDOM OF THE WILL. Though disagreeing with just about everything else Erasmus wrote, Luther commended Erasmus for recognizing the crux of the matter at issue between Rome and the Bible believers, the debate over 'free will.' In this regard Luther wrote,

that unlike all the rest, you alone have attacked the real issue, the essence of the matter in dispute [i.e. man's so-called free-will -- RB] . . . You and you alone saw, what was the grand hinge upon which the whole turned, and therefore you attacked the vital part at once; for which, from my heart, I thank you.
" 'This book is most needful at the present day,' noted Atherton in 1931, for 'the teachings of many so-called Protestants are more in accordance with the Dogmas of the Papists, or the ideas of Erasmus, than with the Principles of the Reformers; they are more in harmony with the Canons and Decrees of the Council of Trent than with the Protestant or Reformed Confessions of Faith.'
"It is easy to see how a lack of doctrinal and historical study is leading many into serious compromise with the false ecumenical apostasy espoused by Rome and other idolatrous beliefs which cry up man's ability to save himself (as with Arminianism), and to devise his own methods of worship (as with those that oppose the Reformation's Regulative Principle of Worship in favor of their own will worship). In this area, many 'Protestants,' even now, bow down to Rome's humanistic, anti-Christian idol of free will.
"It is our hope that God will use Luther's classic to give you the strength to remain faithful to His Word; this being a great place to start a new Reformation, for as the translators write concerning this book, 'Nowhere does Luther come closer, either in spirit or in substance to the Paul of Romans and Galatians'." -- Publisher
"This classic is a reply to Erasmus, the famous Roman Catholic scholar. Erasmus had issued a book claiming that all men had 'free-will.' Luther points out that Erasmus does not give a true definition of 'free-will.' For free-will, says Luther, belongs to God only: 'You may rightly assigned to man some kind of will, but to assign to him free-will in divine things is going too far. . . .' Luther then points out that man has incapacitated his will by his sin, and so is not free to will to do good, or to please God, which is the same thing. In a very large section of the book he gives a thorough exposition of the bondage of man's will. This, together with Jonathan Edwards' FREEDOM OF THE WILL has always been considered a classic answer to all free-willers." -- Jay P. Green, Sr.
See the Theological Notes: "The Freedom and Bondage of the Will," at Jeremiah 17:9 in The Reformation Study Bible.
The Bondage of the Will
http://archive.org/details/martinlutheronth00luthuoft
The Bondage of the Will, A Sermon on Christian Love, Two Sermons Upon the Fifth Chapter of Luke, God So Loved the World: Two Sermons on John 3:16-21.
http://www.covenanter.org/reformed/2015/7/8/martin-luthers-book-concerning-the-bondage-of-the-will

*Luther, Martin (1483-1546), Commentary on Galatians, English translation by Erasmus Middleton, B.D., edited by John Prince Fallowes, M.A., Pembroke College, Cambridge, ISBN: 0825431247. A Christian classic. Considered to be among the ten greatest books in the English language. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive.
"I prefer this book of Martin Luther's (except the Bible), before all the books I have ever seen, as most fit for a wounded soul." -- John Bunyan
"This is a great, historic work, and is beyond criticism on account of its great usefulness. As a comment its accuracy might be questioned; but for emphatic utterances and clear statements of the great doctrine of the Epistle it remains altogether by itself, and must be judged per se." -- C.H. Spurgeon
"The reissue of a famous series of lectures delivered at Wittenberg University in 1553." -- Cyril J. Barber
Commentary on Galatians
http://archive.org/details/cu31924029294133
Luther's Commentary on Galatians, who hath bewitched you, that you should not obey the truth. (Galatians 3:1 excerpt), English translation by Erasmus Middleton, B.D., edited by John Prince Fallowes, M.A., Pembroke College, Cambridge
http://www.lettermen2.com/luther1.html
Luther's Commentary on Galatians, That He might deliver us from the present evil world. (Galatians 1:4 excerpt), English translation by Erasmus Middleton, B.D., edited by John Prince Fallowes, M.A., Pembroke College, Cambridge
http://www.lettermen2.com/luther2.html

Marshall, Walter (1628-1680), The Gospel-Mystery of Sanctification: Growing in Holiness by Living in Union With Christ
The Gospel-mystery of Sanctification Opened, in Sundry Practical Directions (1811)
http://archive.org/details/gospelmysteryofs01mars

M'Cheyne, Robert Murray (1813-1843), Christ the Way, the Truth, and the Life from Andrew Bonar, Memoir and Remains of Robert Murray M'Cheyne.
Memoir and Remains of the Rev. Robert Murray McCheyne (1892)
http://archive.org/details/memoirremainsofr1892mche

Owen, John (1616-1683), The Death of Death in the Death of Christ: Being a Treatise of the Redemption and Reconciliation That is in the Blood of Christ; Wherein the whole controversy about universal redemption is fully discussed: In four parts (1792)
http://archive.org/details/deathofdeathinde00owen
The Death of Death in the Death of Christ, by John Owen, including J.I. Packer's Introduction
http://www.monergism.com/thethreshold/articles/onsite/packer_intro.html
Found in THE WORKS OF JOHN OWEN.
The Works of John Owen (1850), and Life of Dr. Owen, vol. 1 of 16.
http://archive.org/details/worksofjohnowe185001owen

Owen, John (1616-1683), The Holy Spirit. Alternate title: HOLY SPIRIT GIFTS AND POWER: EXPOSITION OF THE SPIRIT'S NAME, NATURE, PERSONALITY, DISPENSATION, OPERATIONS AND EFFECTS. A Christian classic.
The Holy Spirit, in volume 3 of THE WORKS OF JOHN OWEN.
http://archive.org/details/worksofjohnow03owen

*Perkins, William (1558-1602), A Golden Chaine, or The Description of Theologie, Containing the Order of the Causes of Saluation and Damnation, According to Gods Word. A view whereof, is to be seene in the table annexed. Written in Latine, and translated by R.H. Hereunto is adioyned the order vvhich M. Theodore Beza vsed in comforting afflicted consciences, 1592.
A Golden Chaine: or, The Description of Theologie: Containing the Order of the Causes of Salvation and Damnation, According to Gods Word (1600)
http://archive.org/details/goldenchaineorde00perk

*Renwick, James (1662-1688), Man's Greatest Concernment Movingly Press'd his Chiefest Happiness Plainly Opened, his Many Hinderances and Intanglements Discovered and Removed, the Indispensable and Absolute Need he Hath of a Saviour, and the Fulness of Christ Considered, the great length a man may come and yet be void of saving grace, together with the clear marks and evidences of a saving interest in Christ, motives pressing to self examination, with many excellent Christian directions / held forth in a letter written by that worthy man of God, that highly honoured witness, minister, and martyr to Jesus Christ, Mr. James Renwick, to two gentlewomen, August 13, 1687.
Found in MacMillan, John (d. 1808), and James Renwick (1662-1688), A Collection of Letters, Consisting of Ninety-three: Sixty-one of Which Wrote by the Rev. Mr. James Renwick; The remainder, by the Rev. Messrs. John Livingston, John Brown, John King, Donald Cargil, Richard Cameron, Alex. Pedan, and Alex. Shields. Also a few by Mr. Michael Shields, at the direction of the general correspondence: From the years 1663 to 1689 inclusive. Containing many remarkable occurrences hitherto unknown in that period. Wherein is discovered the true state of the Cause and Testimony at that time (1764)
http://archive.org/details/collectionoflett00macm

Rutherford, Samuel (1600-1661), Christ Dying, and Drawing Sinners to Himself, 1647 (1727 edition)
Christ Dying and Drawing Sinners to Himself
http://www.freescotcoll.ac.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=135&Itemid=152

Scougal, Henry (1650-1678), The Life of God in the Soul of Man and Rules and Instructions for a Holy Life by Robert Leighton
"I never knew what true religion was till God sent me this excellent treatise." -- George Whitefield
This was the book used of God in the conversion of George Whitefield.
The Life of God in the Soul of Man (1868)
http://archive.org/details/lifegodinsoulma00scougoog

Shepard, Thomas (1605-1649), The Sincere Convert and the Sound Believer. Alternate title: THE SINCERE CONVERT: DISCOVERING THE SMALL NUMBER OF TRUE BELEEVERS AND THE GREAT DIFFICULTY OF SAVING-CONVERSION.
The Sincere Convert, Discovering the Paucity of True Believers (1643)
http://archive.org/details/sincereconvertd00shepgoog

Sibbes, Richard (1577-1635), The Bruised Reed
The Bruised Reed and Smoking Flax
http://archive.org/details/bruisedreedands00sibbgoog

Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), All of Grace: An Earnest Word to Those Seeking Salvation by the Lord Jesus Christ
All of Grace Spurgeon
http://archive.org/details/AllOfGraceSpurgeon
All of Grace
http://archive.spurgeon.org/all_of_g.php

Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), A Call to the Unconverted
Call to the Unconverted to Turn and Live
http://www.ccel.org/ccel/baxter/unconverted.html
A Call to the Unconverted
http://archive.spurgeon.org/sermons/0174.php

*Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), Jesus Christ Himself (Ephesians 2:20). A sermon by C.H. Spurgeon delivered on Lord's-day morning, December 9, 1877, at the Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington, Sermon no. 1388.
"Beyond all argument or miracle, Jesus Christ Himself is the proof of His own Gospel. And as He is the proof of it, so, Beloved, He is the marrow and essence of it. When the Apostle Paul meant that the Gospel was preached, He said, Christ is preached, for the Gospel is Christ Himself! If you want to know what Jesus taught, know Him! He is the incarnation of that Truth of God which by Him and in Him is revealed to the sons of men. Did He not, Himself say, I am the way, the truth, and the life?
"You have not to take down innumerable books, nor to pore over mysterious sentences of double meaning in order to know what our great Teacher has revealed. You have but to turn and gaze upon His countenance, behold His actions and note His spirit and you know His teaching. He lived what He taught. If we wish to know Him, we may hear His gentle voice saying, Come and see. Study His wounds and you understand His innermost philosophy. To know Him and the power of His Resurrection is the highest degree of spiritual learning. He is the end of the Law and the soul of the Gospel -- and when we have preached His Word to the fullest, we may close by saying, Now, of the things which we have spoken, this is the sum -- we have an High Priest who is set on the right hand of the Throne of the Majesty in the heavens." -- C.H. Spurgeon
http://www.spurgeongems.org/vols22-24/chs1388.pdf

Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), Soul-winner: How to Lead Sinners to the Saviour
The Soul-winner: or How to Lead Sinners to the Saviour (1895)
http://archive.org/details/soulwinnerorhowt00spur

Swinnock, George (1627-1673), The Door of Salvation Opened by the key of Regeneration, or, A Treatise Containing the Nature, Necessity, Marks and Means of Regeneration as Also the Duty of the Regenerate, 1671.
In THE WORKS OF GEORGE SWINNOCK, volume 5.
Works of George Swinnock, M.A (1868), vol. 5.
http://archive.org/details/worksofgeorgeswi05swin

Symington, William (1795-1862), On the Atonement and Intercession of Jesus Christ, 1854
"This is the companion volume to Symington's classic MESSIAH THE PRINCE OR, THE MEDIATORIAL DOMINION OF JESUS CHRIST.
On the Atonement and Intercession of Jesus Christ
http://archive.org/details/onatonementandi02symigoog

Symington, William (1795-1862), Messiah the Prince or, The Mediatorial Dominion of Jesus Christ
"It is the standard work on the kingdom of God in English! There is nothing else like it; it is one-of-a kind!" -- Publisher
A companion volume to ON THE ATONEMENT AND INTERCESSION OF JESUS CHRIST, 1854.
Messiah the Prince or, The Meditorial Dominion of Jesus Christ (1881)
http://archive.org/details/messiahtheprince00symiuoft
Messiah the Prince or, The Mediatorial Dominion of Jesus Christ
http://reformedchurchpublications.org/messiah_the_prince_by_william_symington.htm
Messiah the Prince or, The Mediatorial Dominion of Jesus Christ
Online free e-text of the 1999 Christian Statesman Press edition.
http://www.reformed.org/eschaton/symington/index.html?mainframe=/eschaton/symington/index_mtp.html

Watson, Thomas (1620-1686), The Doctrine of Repentance. A Christian classic. Considered to be among the ten greatest books in the English language.
Repentance by Thomas Watson
http://www.ntslibrary.com/PDF%20Books/Repentance%20by%20T%20Watson.pdf

Westminster Assembly of Divines (1643-1652), The Shorter Catechism With Scripture Proofs
Arguably the greatest tract ever created, all factors considered.
http://www.reformed.org/documents/WSC_frames.html
*Westminster Shorter Catechism
"The Shorter Catechism, With the Assembly's Proof Texts."
Free downloadable PDF file.
http://www.greenvillepresbyterian.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/shorter-catechism.pdf
Westminster Shorter Catechism Project
"Click on any of the individual questions below to get the answer and Biblical references, as well as links to works by John Flavel, Thomas Watson, Thomas Boston, James Fisher, and John Whitecross, and others."
http://www.shortercatechism.com/
See also: The Westminster Confession of Faith (1646, The Westminster Standards), and Related Works: A Study Guide
http://www.lettermen2.com/suggest.html



Christian Classics, A Short Title Listing Available at Archive.org

This listing of links to Archive.org was compiled in December of 2012.
For links to WorldCat.org (OCLC) citations for these titles see:
Christian Classics, A Short Title Listing
http://www.lettermen2.com/bcrr3ch.html#ccastl

Alexander, Joseph Addison (1809-1860), Commentary on the Gospel of Mark (1864)
http://archive.org/details/commentaryongosp00alex

Alexander, Joseph Addison (1809-1860), The Prophecies of Isaiah Translated and Explained (1865), vol. 1 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/propheciesofisai01alex
The Prophecies of Isaiah, vol. 2 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/propheciesofisai02alex

*Andrews [Andrewes], Lancelot (1555-1626), The Pattern of Catechistical Doctrine at Large: or, A Learned and Pious Exposition of the Ten Commandments. Alternate title: THE MORAL LAW EXPOUNDED (TEN COMMANDMENTS) and A PATTERN OF CATECHISTICAL DOCTRINE, AND OTHER MINOR WORKS OF LANCELOT ANDREWES, SOMETIME LORD BISHOP OF WINCHESTER. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive.
A Pattern of Catechistical Doctrine, and Other Minor Works of Lancelot Andrewes, Sometime Lord Bishop of Winchester
https://archive.org/details/apatternofcatech00andruoft

Anselm, Saint, Archbishop of Canterbury (1033-1109), Cur Deus Homo (Why God Became Man): To Which is Added a Selection From his Letters, 1909.
http://archive.org/details/curdeushomo00anseuoft

Anselm, Saint (Archbishop of Canterbury, 1033-1109), Opera Omnia (1853), vol. 1 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/operaomnia01anse
Opera Omnia (1853), vol. 2 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/operaomnia02anse

Athanasius, Saint (Patriarch of Alexandria, d. 373), and Archibald Robertson (1853-1931), St. Athanasius on the Incarnation (1891)
http://archive.org/details/stathanasiusonth00athauoft

Augustine, and Marcus Dods (translator), The Works of Aurelius Augustine, Bishop of Hippo: A New Translation (1872-1876)
http://www.archive.org/details/theworksofaureli05dodsuoft

Baillie, Robert (1599-1662), and David Laing (1793-1878), The Letters and Journals of Robert Baillie, M.DC.XXXVII. -- M.DC.LXII (1841), vol. 1 of 3.
http://archive.org/details/lettersjournalso01bail
The Letters and Journals, vol. 2 of 3.
http://archive.org/details/lettersjournalso02bail
The Letters and Journals, vol. 3 of 3.
http://archive.org/details/lettersjournalso03bail

Baxter, Richard (1615-1691), A Christian Directory: Baxter's Practical Works, Vol. 1. Full title: A Christian Directory: or A Sum of Practical Theology, and Cases of Conscience. Directing Christians how to use Their Knowledge and Faith; How to Improve all Helps and Means, and to Perform all Duties; How to Overcome Temptations, and to Escape or Mortify Every Sin. In Four Parts.
I. Christian Ethics (or Private Duties)
II. Christian Economics (or Family Duties)
III. Christian Ecclesiastics (or Church Duties)
IV. Christian Politics (or Duties to Our Rulers and Neighbours)
(Morgan, PA: Soli Deo Gloria Publications, 1997, 1990, 1838, 1707, 1678, 1673), ISBN: 1877611131 9781877611131. Foreword by J.I. Packer (Soli Deo Gloria edition only). The Soli Deo Gloria publication is a facsimile reprint of the 19th century reprint by George Virtue, London, 1846. The original 1673 edition and the 1678 edition, both printed by Robert White for Nevill Simmons. Bibliographic and scriptural footnotes. A Christian classic. Considered to be among the ten greatest books in the English language. Available (less the J.I. Packer's Foreword, but searchable with an OCR-based index), on the Puritan Hard Drive.
This work is available in many editions, and in many formats.
Reformation Heritage Books has new copies of the Soli Deo Gloria edition (including the J.I. Packer Introduction), as of March 2008, even though it is generally thought to be out of print. They acquired Soli Deo Gloria from Ligonier Ministries in late 2007.
The best digital format of the reprint by George Virtue is included on the Puritan Hard Drive. It has an OCR scan in the background, meaning one can search the entire volume and copy text into another document. It also has a computer generated indexed from the OCR scan which is, of course, in Baxter's vocabulary.
A PDF image scan only of the same edition is available on the Reformation Bookshelf CD #21.
The reprint by George Virtue is available online and may be downloaded in PDF format at Christian Classics Ethereal Library
The reprint by George Virtue appears in full preview in Google Books but may not be downloaded. So it is useful if the reader wants to become acquainted with the book. Text can be searched, but can not be copied into another document. This particular Google Books scan includes the contents in detail on pages iii-xix which is not included in the Christian Classics Ethereal Library PDF files. About five other editions from libraries are available in Google Books, and may be downloaded (August 2008).
Notice that the e-text in Google Books has the advantage of being searchable. Searching an image-based PDF file (without an OCR scan in the background), is not possible, unless the user owns software such as Abode Acrobat Pro or Kirtas BookScan Editor. They both have an OCR (optical character recognition), feature that will search an image-based PDFs (bit-map scans). Searches appear to be perfect in this work, although one must know Baxter's vocabulary. Text can be cut and pasted from image-based PDF format to OCR (character) format. This particular Google Books scan can not be cut and pasted or downloaded.
One of the older, multi-volume editions of THE WORKS OF RICHARD BAXTER is available at Monergism.com in the "Puritan Library," "Richard Baxter." A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY, volume 23. It can be downloaded.
http://www.puritanlibrary.com/
Another older edition is available on microfilm (Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms, 1970), 1 microfilm reel, 35 mm (Early English books, 1641-1700; 343:11).
"The complete practical works of Richard Baxter are in print in four volumes entitled BAXTER'S PRACTICAL WORKS. This volume (about 1 1/4 million words, 1028 pages), is volume one of the set. The editor's preface (1707), p. xiii, stated that the works of Richard Baxter are 'perhaps the best body of practical divinity that is extent in our own or any other tongue.' Richard Baxter lived from 1615-1691. The DIRECTORY was completed in 1665. Its scope was intended to cover all of practical theology, a summa of casuistry . . ." -- Don Kistler
"Baxter's series, which grew in range and scope as it proceeded . . . is a peak point in Puritan devotional writing, and remains a precious resource for all, in this or any age, who want to know what is involved in Biblical godliness. . . . A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY may justly be described as a landmark. It is the fullest, most thorough, and in this writer's judgment, most profound treatment of Christian spirituality and standards that has ever been attempted by an English-speaking Evangelical author. The fact that it embraces both spirituality and standards (the principles of communion with God plus the specifics of obedience to God), merits approving comment in itself; nowadays spirituality and ethics have become two distinct disciplines in the schools, and books written on either say virtually nothing about the other . . ." -- J.I. Packer
Timothy Keller calls it the greatest manual on Biblical counseling ever produced.
"There are many Puritan classics on this subject. Thomas Brooks' PRECIOUS REMEDIES FOR SATAN'S DEVICES, Thomas Goodwin's A CHILD OF LIGHT WALKING IN DARKNESS, William Bridge's A LIFTING UP FOR THE DOWNCAST, and many other similar works give evidence that the Puritans were. . . . masters at applying Biblical answers and principles to problems that can only be solved by spiritual means. No Puritan work, however, has ever approached the popularity, the scope, or the depth of Baxter's classic treatise. With the widespread interest in counseling in today's church, this reprint of Baxter's work should be a welcome addition to every pastor's library, or to anyone else who wishes to give solid Biblical answers to man's questions." -- Don Kistler
"We have long waited for a purely Biblical treatment of the spiritual ills and cures of men which is untainted by the views of psychology. Since Baxter lived about 200 years before psychology arrived, his deep work is completely void of its encroachment -- thankfully!" -- John MacArthur
"The kings men sought to arrest Richard Baxter, but he traveled ceaselessly from place to place, writing his sermons and his books even on horseback (he had an inkwell in his saddle), and preached over a wide area." -- Brian H. Edwards
"Baxter was a wonder of his age. His writings total 72 large volumes, much of it written on horseback as he traveled in his widespread preaching efforts. He seldom, if ever, edited anything he wrote. Knowing this any reader will be amazed at how well he communicated his deep love for his Savior. For 26 years he was public enemy No. 1 to the king, yet he lived to see the flight of the king in 1688." -- Jay P. Green, Sr.
POOR MAN'S FAMILY BOOK (1674) and THE CATECHIZING OF FAMILIES (1683), are less detailed works and are found in THE REFORMED PASTOR: BAXTER'S PRACTICAL WORKS, VOL. 4. They are more suitable for family instruction than are the detailed presentation in A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY.
"Ptacek in FAMILY WORSHIP: BIBLICAL BASIS, HISTORICAL REALITY, CURRENT NEED (pp. 51-52), supplies the following information in regard to Baxter and this book. He notes that after the Episcopalians ejected numerous 'nonconformists,' in what is know as the 'great ejection,' in 1662, 'Baxter pastored from house to house, visiting families of his parish in their homes. These visits contributed to Baxter's A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY, a large and still very relevant manual of pastoral care.' Focusing on just one area of great importance, Ptacek demonstrates how this book's relevance is not limited by time or culture, though sometimes the use of specific words are. 'Published in 1673, but written 1664-65, a large book-length part of Baxter's CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY is devoted to the family. It is entitled 'Christian Economics' based on the archaic usage of the word, which reflects the proper sense of the Greek root oikonomos as the manager of a household, in the Christian case, the spiritual leader of the family. The family head is essential to Baxter's view of family worship and instruction. Baxter asserts that it is God's will that this instruction be carried out by the rulers of the families.' For a male head of the household to fail to do so, or to have another instruct in the family, is contrary to his position of authority.' This is the kind of book that can be passed on from generation to generation and still find much use in the service of the kingdom of God.
"Though relatively weak on corporate sanctification, corporate faithfulness and some important areas of doctrine (such as justification), Baxter's work on subjects related to personal piety can be of good practical use to the Christian -- if one is careful to separate out his aberrant doctrinal views and any practical errors they may lead to." -- Publisher
The following three excerpts are included as bonus free books on Reformation Bookshelf CD #28.
1. "The Duties of Parents for Their Children" from BAXTER'S PRACTICAL WORKS, VOL. 1, A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY, on Christian Economics, Chap. X., pp. 449-454.
2. "The Special Duties of Children Towards Their Parents" from BAXTER'S PRACTICAL WORKS, VOL. 1, A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY, on Christian Economics, Chap. XI., pp. 454-457.
3. "The Special Duties of Children and Youth Towards God" from BAXTER'S PRACTICAL WORKS, VOL. 1, A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY, on Christian Economics, Chap. XII., pp. 457-458).
A summary of currently (2012) available publications.
http://www.lettermen2.com/pwrbcd.html
Richard Baxter, from Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Baxter

Baxter, Richard (1615-1691), and William Brown, The Reformed Pastor (1835)
http://archive.org/details/reformedpastor00baxt
The Reformed Pastor (singly, e-text)
http://www.ccel.org/ccel/baxter/pastor.html

Baxter, Richard (1615-1691), Benjamin, Fawcett (1715-1780), and Samuel Turell Armstrong (1784-1850), The Saint's Everlasting Rest, or, A Treatise of the Blessed State of the Saints in Their Enjoyment of God in Heaven (1811)
http://archive.org/details/saintseverlast00baxt
The Saints' Everlasting Rest, Richard Baxter, edited by Benjamin Fawcett
http://www.ccel.org/b/baxter/everlasting_rest/saints_rest.html

Baxter, Richard (1615-1691), A Treatise of Self-denyall (1660)
http://archive.org/details/treatiseofselfde00baxt

Bernard, of Clairvaux (Saint, 1090(1)-1153), Saint Bernard on the Love of God (1884)
http://archive.org/details/saintbernardlove00bernuoft
On Loving God
http://www.ccel.org/bernard/loving_God/loving_God.html

Beza, Theodore (1519-1605), and revised and enlarged by Peter Hall (1803-1849), The Harmony of Protestant Confessions: Exhibiting the Faith of the Churches of Christ, Reformed After the Pure and Holy Doctrine of the Gospel, Throughout Europe (1842)
http://archive.org/details/harmonyofprotest00hall

Beza, Theodore (1519-1605), and Francis Sibson (b. 1779), The Life of John Calvin (1836)
http://archive.org/details/lifeofjohncalvin00bz2

Beza, Theodore (1519-1605), and the Pastors of Geneva, Geneva Bible -- Genewa Biblii -- Genf Bibel -- Ginebra Biblia (1560 edition, New Testament only.)
"This is the historic Geneva Bible (produced around 1560). This is the New Testament portion. This is one of the first printed religious works to be done without the censorship of the Roman Catholic Church. It is known to have been produced by Theodore Beza (de Beze), with the help of several others. It is part of the chain of transmission of the books of the New Testament, and demonstrates that the cries against censorship are part of the human condition, no matter how well motivated the source of the action might have been.
"The Geneva Bible was printed beginning around the 1560s but continued to be produced into the 1600s. A French Edition was also made, and those along with the Bible produced by Diodatti (Diodati) produced standards of scholarship against which most other versions were measured."
http://archive.org/details/GenevaBible-GenewaBiblii-GenfBibel-GinebraBiblia
Calvin, John, Christ the End of the Law: Being the Preface to the Geneva Bible of 1550 (1850)
http://archive.org/details/christendlawbei00calvgoog

Beza, Theodore (1519-1605), and the Pastors of Geneva, The 1599 Geneva Bible, Tolle Lege Press edition.
THE 1599 GENEVA BIBLE, Tolle Lege Press edition, is available at BibleGateway.com. In the version drop-down menue go to " -- English (EN)--," then select "1599 Geneva Bible." Page options include footnotes, cross references, verse numbers, and headings.
The 1599 is the preferred edition.
http://www.biblegateway.com/
The 1599 Geneva Bible, Tolle Lege edition, online
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=matthew%201&version=GNV
Calvin, John, Christ the end of the Law: Being the Preface to the Geneva Bible of 1550 (1850)
http://archive.org/details/christendlawbei00calvgoog

Bickersteth, E.H., The Trinity by E.H. Bickersteth
http://archive.org/details/TheTrinityByEHBickersteth

Bolton, Robert (1572-1631), and J.F. (Joshua Frederick), Denham (d. 1861), A Treatise on Comforting Afflicted Consciences (1831)
http://archive.org/details/treatiseoncomfor00bolt

Bonar, Andrew A. (1810-1892), Memoir and Remains of the Rev. Robert Murray McCheyne, Minister of St. Peter's Church, Dundee (1844)
http://archive.org/details/robertmurraymcch00bonauoft

Boston, Thomas (1677-1732), The Crook in the Lot: or, The Sovereignty and Wisdom of God in the Afflictions of men
http://archive.org/details/christiantreasur00memeuoft

Boston, Thomas (1677-1732), Human Nature in its Fourfold State: Of Primitive Integrity, Entire Depravation, Begun Recovery, and Consummate Happiness or Misery; Subsisting in the parents of mankind in paradise, the unregenerate, the regenerate, all mankind in the future state; in several practical discourses (1811)
http://archive.org/details/humannaturein00bost

Boston, Thomas (1677-1732), An Illustration of the Doctrines of the Christian Religion, With Respect to Faith and Practice, Upon the Plan of the Assembly's Shorter Catechism, Comprehending a Complete Body of Divinity (1796), vol. 1 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/illustrationofdo01bost
Boston, Thomas, The Shorter Catechism, vol. 2 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/illustrationofdo02bost
Westminster Shorter Catechism Project
"Click on any of the individual questions below to get the answer and Biblical references, as well as links to works by John Flavel, Thomas Watson, Thomas Boston, James Fisher, and John Whitecross, and others."
http://www.shortercatechism.com/

Boston, Thomas (1677-1732), Memoirs of the Life, Times, and Writings, of the Rev. Thomas Boston, of Ettrick (1852)
http://archive.org/details/memoirsofthelife00bostuoft

Boston, Thomas (1677-1732), A Soliloquy on the Art of Man-fishing (1899)
http://archive.org/details/soliloquyonartof00bost

Bounds, E.M. (1835-1913), Power Through Prayer
http://archive.org/details/PowerThroughPrayer
Power Through Prayer
http://www.ccel.org/bounds/power/power.html

Bounds, E.M. (1835-1913), Purpose in Prayer (1920)
http://archive.org/details/purposeinprayer00boun

Bradford, William (1588-1657), History of Plymouth Plantation, 1620-1647 (1912)
http://archive.org/details/historyplymouth00socigoog

Brainerd, David (1718-1747), and Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758), The Life of Rev. David Brainerd: Chiefly Extracted From his Diary (1830?)
http://archive.org/details/lifeifrevbrainerd00brairich

*Bridge, William (1600?-1670), A Lifting up for the Downcast, ISBN: 0851512984 0851511298. A Christian classic. Available in THE WORKS OF THE REV. WILLIAM BRIDGE (1845), vol. 1 of 5. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive.
"These thirteen sermons on Psalm 42:11, preached at Stepney, London, in the year 1648 are the work of a true physician of souls. In dealing with believers suffering from spiritual depression, Bridge manifests great insight into the causes of the saints' discouragements, such as, great sins, weak grace, failure in duties, want of assurance, temptation, desertion, and affliction. A correct diagnosis is more than half the cure but Bridge does not leave his readers there. He gives directions for applying the remedy. . . .
"The general causes of spiritual depression are the same in every age. Downcast Christians of the twentieth century can find help here as surely as did past generations." -- Publisher
"Here is true help for those suffering from spiritual depression. Better than a room filled with psychologists." -- GCB
A Lifting up for the Downcast
http://archive.org/details/worksofrevwillia01bridiala

Brooks, Thomas (1608-1680), Covenant of Grace. A Christian classic. Available (THE WORKS OF THOMAS BROOKS), on the Puritan Hard Drive.
Complete Works of Thomas Brooks (1866), vol. 1 of 6.
http://archive.org/details/completeworksoft01broo

Brooks, Thomas (1608-1680), Heaven on Earth: A Treatise on Christian Assurance.
Complete Works of Thomas Brooks (1866), vol. 1 of 6.
http://archive.org/details/completeworksoft01broo

Brooks, Thomas (1608-1680), The Mute Christian Under the Smarting Rod Alternate title: THE MUTE CHRISTIAN UNDER THE SMARTING ROD WITH SOVERAIGN ANTIDOTES AGAINST THE MOST MISERABLE EXIGENTS, OR, A CHRISTIAN WITH AN OLIVE LEAF IN HIS MOUTH. A Christian classic. Available (THE WORKS OF THOMAS BROOKS), on the Puritan Hard Drive.
The Mute Christian Under the Smarting Rod (1820)
http://archive.org/details/mutechristianun00broo
The Mute Christian Under the Smarting Rod
http://www.iclnet.org/pub/resources/text/ipb-e/epl-10/web/brooks-mute-christian-00.html

Brooks, Thomas (1608-1680), Precious Remedies Against Satan's Devices. A Christian classic.
Brooks, Thomas (1608-1680), Precious Remedies Against Satan's Devices; or, Salve for Believers and Unbelievers Sores. Being a companion for those that are in Christ, or out of Christ; that fight or neglect ordinances, under a pretence of living above them; that are growing (in spirituals), or decaying; that are tempted, or deserted; afflicted or opposed, that have assurance, or that want assurance, &c (1671)
http://archive.org/details/preciousremedies01broo

Brooks, Thomas (1608-1680), and Alexander Balloch Grosart (editor), The Works of Thomas Brooks, 1886, 6 volumes. Available (THE WORKS OF THOMAS BROOKS) on the Puritan Hard Drive.
Complete Works of Thomas Brooks (1866), vol. 1 of 6.
http://archive.org/details/completeworksoft01broo

Brown, John (of Edinburgh, 1784-1858), Discourses and Sayings of our Lord Jesus Christ: Illustrated in a Series of Expositions, 1854, vol. 1 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/discoursessaying01brow
Discourses and Sayings of our Lord Jesus Christ, vol. 2 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/discoursessaying02brow
Discourses and Sayings of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Illustrated in a Series of Expositions, 2 volumes
http://books.google.com/books?id=SZl9u8v0Yi8C&dq=Discourses+and+Sayings+of+Our+Lord+Jesus+Christ&ie=ISO-8859-1&source=gbs_summary_s&cad=0

Brown, John (of Edinburgh, 1784-1858), An Exposition of our Lord's Intercessory Prayer.
An Exposition of our Lord's Intercessory Prayer: With a Discourse on the Relation of our Lord's Intercession to the Conversion of the world (1866)
http://archive.org/details/expositionofourl00brow

Brown, John (of Haddington, 1722-1787), The Absurdity and Perfidy of all Authoritative Toleration of Gross Heresy, Blasphemy, Idolatry, Popery, in Britain: In two Letters to a Friend, in which the doctrine of the Westminster Confession of Faith relative to toletration of a false religion, and the power of the civil magistrate about sacred matters; And the nature, origin, ends and obligation of the National Covenant and Solemn League are Candidly Represented and Defended (1780)
http://archive.org/details/absurdityperfidy00brow

Bunyan, John (1628-1688), Advice to Sufferers. A Christian classic. Available (THE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN), on the Puritan Hard Drive.
Pilgrim's Page: A John Bunyan Archive
This is the complete set of THE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN, George Offor edition, reprinted by The Banner of Truth. It is free online, and is downloadable in the following formats: HTML, RTF, TEXT, and PDF.
http://www.chapellibrary.org/literature/bunyan/
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN is also available at Project Gutenberg.

Bunyan, John (1628-1688), The Desire of the Righteous Granted. Available (THE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN), on the Puritan Hard Drive.
Pilgrim's Page: A John Bunyan Archive
This is the complete set of THE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN, George Offor edition, reprinted by The Banner of Truth. It is free online, and is downloadable in the following formats: HTML, RTF, TEXT, and PDF.
http://www.chapellibrary.org/literature/bunyan/
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN is also available at Project Gutenberg.

Bunyan, John (1628-1688), Bunyan's Devotional Works: The Spirit of Prayer: The Saint's Privilege and Profit: The Desire of (1850)
http://archive.org/details/bunyansdevotion00socigoog

Bunyan, John (1628-1688), Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners. A Christian classic. Available (THE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN), on the Puritan Hard Drive.
Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners (1962)
http://archive.org/details/graceaboundingt00bunygoog
Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners, John Bunyan
http://www.ccel.org/ccel/bunyan/grace.html
Pilgrim's Page: A John Bunyan Archive
This is the complete set of THE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN, George Offor edition, reprinted by The Banner of Truth. It is free online, and is downloadable in the following formats: HTML, RTF, TEXT, and PDF.
http://www.chapellibrary.org/literature/bunyan/
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN is also available at Project Gutenberg.

*Bunyan, John (1628-1688), The Holy war Made by Shaddai Upon Diabolus for the Regaining of the Metropolis of the World: or, The Losing and Taking Again of the Town of Mansoul, ISBN: 1840300264 9781840300260. A Christian classic. Available (THE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN), on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available (THE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN), on ACL, DVD One, CD #1.
"I have read this novel before, and it is as good as PILGRIM'S PROGRESS. John Bunyan shows how Satan constantly tries to keep our souls, and uses all of the tricks in the book to try to keep our souls. This book is for Christians and non-Christians alike, the same is true with THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS. John Bunyan knows how to keep you entertained and thinking about what kind of shape your spirit is in. This book is a true masterpiece and is the best book about Spiritual Warfare that I have read so far." -- Reader's Comment
"Bunyan's second and most loved work after Pilgrim's Progress. Also allegorical, this work tells the story of mankind's redemption by comparing it to a besieged city." -- Publisher
"Forget Frank Peretti! Bunyan's allegory on spiritual warfare is absolutely profound. The old tinker of Bedford knew whereof he spoke. The chronicles of Mansoul and the great battle for its mind, heart and spirit make difficult reading to be sure, but you will be rewarded for your perseverance a hundredfold!
"BONUS: Bunyan uses real army stratagems and tactics in his descriptions of the symbolic battles. He is believed to have picked up these details while a soldier in Cromwell's New Model Army." -- Reader's Comment
Pilgrim's Page: A John Bunyan Archive
This is the complete set of THE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN, George Offor edition, reprinted by The Banner of Truth. It is free online, and is downloadable in the following formats: HTML, RTF, TEXT, and PDF.
http://www.chapellibrary.org/literature/bunyan/
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN is also available at Project Gutenberg.

Bunyan, John (1628-1688), The Jerusalem Sinner Saved, or, Good News for the Vilest of Men being a help for despairing souls, shewing that Jesus Christ would have mercy in the first place offered to the biggest sinners. A Christian classic. Available (THE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN), on the Puritan Hard Drive.
The Jerusalem Sinner Saved: The Pharisee and the Publican; The Trinity and a . . . (1846)
http://archive.org/details/jerusalemsinner00philgoog
Pilgrim's Page: A John Bunyan Archive
This is the complete set of THE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN, George Offor edition, reprinted by The Banner of Truth. It is free online, and is downloadable in the following formats: HTML, RTF, TEXT, and PDF.
http://www.chapellibrary.org/literature/bunyan/
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN is also available at Project Gutenberg.

Bunyan, John (1628-1688), The Life and Death of Mr. Badman. Available (THE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN), on the Puritan Hard Drive.
Life and Death of Mr. Badman and The Holy war (1905)
http://archive.org/details/lifedeathofmrbad00bunyiala
Pilgrim's Page: A John Bunyan Archive
This is the complete set of THE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN, George Offor edition, reprinted by The Banner of Truth. It is free online, and is downloadable in the following formats: HTML, RTF, TEXT, and PDF.
http://www.chapellibrary.org/literature/bunyan/
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN is also available at Project Gutenberg.

Bunyan, John (1628-1688), Prayer. Available (THE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN), on the Puritan Hard Drive.
Pilgrim's Page: A John Bunyan Archive
This is the complete set of THE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN, George Offor edition, reprinted by The Banner of Truth. It is free online, and is downloadable in the following formats: HTML, RTF, TEXT, and PDF.
http://www.chapellibrary.org/literature/bunyan/
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN is also available at Project Gutenberg.

Bunyan, John (1628-1688), Work of Jesus Christ as an Advocate. Available (THE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN), on the Puritan Hard Drive.
Bunyan, John (1628-1688), The Work of Jesus Christ, as an Advocate, Clearly Explain'd, and Largely Improv'd, for the Benefit of all Believers (1725)
http://archive.org/details/workjesuschrist00bunygoog
Pilgrim's Page: A John Bunyan Archive
This is the complete set of THE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN, George Offor edition, reprinted by The Banner of Truth. It is free online, and is downloadable in the following formats: HTML, RTF, TEXT, and PDF.
http://www.chapellibrary.org/literature/bunyan/
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF JOHN BUNYAN is also available at Project Gutenberg.

Burgon, John William (1813-1888), The Causes of the Corruption of the Traditional Text of the Holy Gospels, a selection of articles.
http://archive.org/details/GenevaBible-GenewaBiblii-GenfBibel- GinebraBiblia

Burgon, John William (1813-1888), The Revision Revised: Three Articles Reprinted From the Quarterly review: I. The new Greek text. II. The new English version. III. Westcott and Hort's new Textual Theory: to which is added a reply to Bishop Ellicott's pamphlet in defence of the revisers and their Greek text of the New Testament, including a vindication of the traditional reading of 1 Timothy III. 16 (1883)
http://archive.org/details/a549037300burguoft

Burroughs, Jeremiah (1599-1646), Hosea
"Cotton Mather's assessment, that these sermons [Caryl on Job], belong alongside Greenhill on Ezekiel, Burroughs on Hosea, Owen on Hebrews, and Manton on James, can still be made." -- Dr. Derek W.H. Thomas, professor of Systematic and Practical Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary
An Exposition of the Prophesie of Hosea, Begun in Divers Lectures, Upon the First Three Chapters, at Michaels, Cornhill, London (1643)
http://archive.org/details/expositionofprop00burr

Burroughs, Jeremiah (1599-1646), The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment
The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment (1651)
http://archive.org/details/rarejewelchrist00burrgoog

Burroughs, Jeremiah (1599-1646), Saint's Treasury Holding Forth 1. The Incomparable Excellency and Holiness of God, 2. Christ's All in All 3. The Glorious Enjoyment of Heavenly Things by Faith 4. The Natural Man's Bondage to the law, and the Christian's Liberty by the gospel 5. A Preparation for Judgement. and Libertinism, wherein is proved that: Society is the genus of a church, not congregations, A national church under the New Testament, The visible church is God's Temple, The infallible note of a true church, Learning is needful for the discharge of the ministry, Toleration of all religions is contrary to God's Word, No communion with the wicked in their sin, etc. Delivered in two sermons, 1653. Alternate title: THE SAINTS TREASURY: BEING SUNDRY SERMONS PREACHED IN LONDON. A Christian classic. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive.
The Saints Treasury: Being Sundry Sermons Preached in London (1654)
http://archive.org/details/saintstreasuryb00burrgoog

Calderwood, David (1600-1666), The History of the Kirk of Scotland, 8 volumes.
The History of the Kirk of Scotland (1842), vol. 1 of 8.
http://archive.org/details/historykirkscot05caldgoog

*Calamy, Edmund (1671-1732), and Samuel Palmer (editor), The Nonconformist's Memorial, 1802, 3 volumes, ISBN: 0781206243. This seems to be the preferred edition. E-text available OCLC: 220202826. A Christian classic. See also: Benjamin Brook, LIVES OF THE PURITANS.
"Edmund Calamy (1678-1732), a dissenting minister in London and a historian, was the son and grandson of puritan ministers inside the Church of England. Both of them, along with hundreds of others, were expelled from their church livings for their refusal to submit to the 1662 Act of Uniformity. This event, the so-called 'Great Ejection', was a crucial moment in the formation of religious dissent in England. This book, first published in 1775, is an extensively-revised version, by another dissenting minister Samuel Palmer, of materials originally collated and published by Edmund Calamy, commemorating the lives and works of these ejected ministers.
"Editing the autobiography of one of the most eminent of these ejected ministers, Richard Baxter, Calamy included a long chapter listing the ejected ministers and such biographical data as he could find. This is the famous chapter 9 of AN ABRIDGMENT OF MR BAXTER'S HISTORY OF HIS LIFE AND TIMES (1702). This chapter became a whole volume of a second edition of the ABRIDGEMENT published in 1713. And in 1727 Calamy produced a further two volumes of material under the title A CONTINUATION OF THE ACCOUNT OF THE MINISTERS, LECTURERS, MASTERS AND FELLOWS OF COLLEGES, AND SCHOOLMASTERS WHO WERE EJECTED AND SILENCED AFTER THE RESTORATION OF 1660 . . . "Samuel Palmer attempted to integrate this material into a more readable form, making extensive revisions and additions. He certainly succeeded in producing something more accessible to eighteenth-century readers and there were several reprints of the book and a second edition in 1802-3. However readability was sometimes at the cost of accuracy and of a reduction of the scholarly value of Calamy's material.
"Nevertheless THE NONCONFORMIST'S MEMORIAL was an important work of collective memory by eighteenth-century dissenters." -- Publisher
The Nonconformist's Memorial: Being an Account of the Ministers, who Were Ejected or Silenced . . . (1775), volume 1 of 2
http://archive.org/details/nonconformistsm00calagoog
The Nonconformist's Memorial: Being an Account of the Ministers, who Were Ejected or Silenced . . . (1775), volume 2 of 2
http://archive.org/details/nonconformistsme02cala
The Nonconformist's Memorial: Being an Account of the Lives, Sufferings, and Printed Works, of the Two Thousand Ministers Ejected from the Church of England, Chiefly by the Act of Uniformity, Aug. 24, 1666. . . .
http://books.google.com/books?id=b08UwRUmWL0C&ie=ISO-8859-1&output=html

Calvin, John, Calvin's Commentaries, complete
From the Calvin Translation Society edition.
http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/calcom
Calvin's Commentaries at BibleStudyGuide.org
http://www.biblestudyguide.org/comment/calvin/comm_index.htm
Monergism: Commentaries
From www.mongergism.com search "commentaries."
http://www.monergism.com

*Calvin, John (1509-1564), Calvin's Commentary on Isaiah, 4 books, published in 2 volumes in CALVIN'S COMMENTARIES (vols. 7, 8). Spine title: CALVIN'S COMMENTARIES, VOLUME VII: ISAIAH 1-32; CALVIN'S COMMENTARIES, VOLUME VIII: ISAIAH 33-66. A Christian classic.
Several factors combine to make CALVIN'S COMMENTARY ON ISAIAH particularly significant.

C. Gregg Singer states, in the Mt. Olive Tape Library series of lectures:
I have a study ready for public -- well, not ready for publication, but hopefully someday, on Calvin's use of Augustine. [apparently never published -- compiler]. There are at least 400 references to Augustine in John Calvin. Anybody who says that Calvin got his theology of the top of his head knows no Calvin. Calvin knew Augustine probably better than anybody else, including Luther. Calvin went back to all the Early Western Fathers. I would say that next to Augustine, his theology is based upon Bernard of Clairvaux and Anselm, and he had a higher respect for Saint Thomas Aquinas than many people are willing to admit. But he is in the Western theological tradition.
Charles Hodge, in his SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY of three volumes, very often refers to Calvinism as Augustinianism, and you can see why. . . . [Charles Hodge], declares that you might as well call Calvinism revived and revitalized Augustinianism.
Calvin's work is in four books, with a Scripture Index and a General Index. The Baker publication prints the four books in two volumes.
Calvin, Jean (John, 1509-1564), Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah (1850), vol. 1 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/commentaryonboo01calv
Calvin, Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah (1850), vol. 2 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/9thcommentaryonbo02calv
Calvin, Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah (1850), vol. 3 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/commentaryonbook03calv
Calvin, Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah (1850), vol. 4 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/commentaryonboo04calv
Commentary on Isaiah -- Volume 1, John Calvin
http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/calcom13.html

*Calvin, John (1509-1564), Daniel, ISBN: 0851510922 9780851510927.
"This edition, from the Calvin Translation Society edition of 1852-1853, is one of the greatest writings to come from Calvin's pen." -- GCB
Commentary on Daniel, Volume 1
http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/calcom24.html

Calvin, John (1509-1564), Institutes of the Christian Religion: A New Translation by Henry Beveridge (1845), vol. 1 of 2.
The Ford Lewis Battles translation is the preferred edition. It is under copyright.
"Still considered by many to be the finest explanation and defense of the Protestant Reformation available."
http://archive.org/details/instituteschrist01calvuoft
Institutes of the Christian Religion; A New Translation by Henry Beveridge (1845), vol. 2 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/institutesofreli02calvuoft
Prefatory Address to His Most Christian Majesty, The Most Mighty and Illustrious Monarch, Francis, King of the French, His Sovereign, John Calvin, Beveridge translation:
Considered to be one of the greatest prefaces ever written.
http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/institutes.ii.viii.html
Institutes of the Christian Religion, Beveridge translation
http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/institutes.html
One Hundred Aphorisms, Containing, Within a Narrow Compass, the Substance and Order of the Four Books of THE INSTITUTES OF THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION
http://www.lettermen2.com/pringle.html

Calvin, John (1509-1564), Sermons on Deuteronomy
Sermons on Deuteronomy
http://www.reformed.com/publications/johncalvinsabbath1of2.php
Covenant Enforced: Sermons on Deuteronomy 27 and 28
http://entrewave.com/freebooks/docs/2212_47e.htm

Candlish, Robert S. (1806-1873), The First Epistle of John
The First Epistle of John: Expounded in a Series of Lectures (1870)
http://archive.org/details/firstepistleofjo01cand

Carey, William, An Enquiry Into the Obligations of Christians to Use Means for the Conversion of the Heathen
An Enquiry Into the Obligations of Christians to use Means for the Conversion of the Heathens (1891)
http://archive.org/details/pts_enquiryintotheobligations_1687_2

*Charnock, Stephen (1628-1680), The Existence and Attributes of God. A Christian classic. Available (THE WORKS OF STEPHEN CHARNOCK, VOL. 4: THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOD), on the Puritan Hard Drive.
"When the essence and attributes of God are called into question, to whom else can we better go than to Stephen Charnock? . . . the study of God's attributes is not dry-as-dust theology, but is practical; that is, it leads to righteousness." -- Gordon H. Clark
Discourses Upon the Existence and Attributes of God (1853)
http://archive.org/details/discoursesupone00symigoog
The Works of the Late Rev. Stephen Charnock (1815), volume 1 of 9.
http://archive.org/details/worksoflaterevst01char

Charnock, Stephen (1628-1680), The New Birth. Alternate title: DISCOURSE OF GOD'S BEING THE AUTHOR OF RECONCILIATION, DISCOURSE OF THE EFFICIENT OF REGENERATION, DISCOURSE OF THE NATURE OF REGENERATION, DISCOURSE OF THE WORD, THE INSTRUMENT OF REGENERATION, DISCOURSE ON THE CLEANSING VIRTUE OF CHRIST'S BLOOD, NECESSITY OF REGENERATION.
The Works of the Late Rev. Stephen Charnock (1815), volume 1 of 9.
http://archive.org/details/worksoflaterevst01char
A Discourse of the Efficient of Regeneration by Stephen Charnock, Part 1.
http://www.ccel.org/c/charnock/eff_regen1.html
A Discourse of the Efficient of Regeneration by Stephen Charnock, Part 2.
http://www.ccel.org/c/charnock/eff_regen2.html
A Discourse of the Nature of Regeneration by Stephen Charnock
http://www.ccel.org/c/charnock/nat_regen.html
A Discourse of the Word, the Instrument of Regeneration by Stephen Charnock
http://www.ccel.org/c/charnock/instr_regen.html
The Necessity of Regeneration by Stephen Charnock
http://www.ccel.org/c/charnock/nec_regen.html

Charnock, Stephen (1628-1680), The Knowledge of God.
The Works of the Late Rev. Stephen Charnock (1815), volume 1 of 9.
http://archive.org/details/worksoflaterevst01char

Church of Scotland (Alexander Peterkin, editor), The Book of the Universal Kirk of Scotland. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive.
"THE BOOK OF THE UNIVERSAL KIRK OF SCOTLAND contains the earliest official records (acts and proceedings) of the Established Reformed Church in Scotland, covering the period from 1560 to 1616.
"Alexander Peterkin calls them 'the only sure and satisfactory memorials of the course of Ecclesiastical affairs in the times immediately succeeding the Reformation.'
"Lee, Clerk of the General Assembly in 1828 writes (regarding the originals), 'there is no difficulty in proving that the volumes in question were laid on the table of the General Assembly which met at Glasgow in 1638; and that they were pronounced by that Assembly to be true and authentic Registers of the Kirk of Scotland.'
"Concerning this copy of 'The Booke' ('for the first time fully printed from the copies in the Advocates' Library'), Lee further states that these records exhibit,

The real character of the internal government of this national church. They display the operation of the principles by which the first Reformers and their immediate successors were actuated. They demonstrate that these men were not more distinguished by zeal for the truth, than by loyalty to the head of the government, attachment to true principles, (I do not say of toleration -- for that was a term which they certainly did not employ or approve -- of religious liberty and civil subordination.
"They bear testimony to the strictness and impartiality of ancient discipline. They vindicate the character of those illustrious men whose names have been unjustly aspersed, but who, both by their doctrine and lives, -- by their unwearied exertions and their patient sufferings, -- left an example, not indeed or faultless excellence, but assuredly of the most noble, magnanimous, and fearless adherence to the standards of our constitution.
"These Registers also contain much that is capable of correcting erroneous representations of historical facts with regard to the internal state of the kingdom -- institutions, habits, and customs, as well as the morals of the people, and the spirit which was most prevalent at particular periods in various districts of the land . . . they prove, that from the very first moment, it was the determined object of the leaders of the Reformation, to establish such a Presbyterian Government, as was at last, with the utmost difficulty completed . . . they deserve to be preserved with care, as the most venerable remnants of a distant age -- as the earliest annuls of our infant church . . . of confessors and martyrs, who counted not their lives dear to them; and who when they thought it necessary, never shrunk from sealing their testimony with their blood . . . (they) present the seal and superscription of glory to God, and good will to man -- peace to the church, and happiness to the state." (pp. xi-xii).
"John Knox, the first name listed in the first record of the first General Assembly (in 1560), of course, plays a prominent role in much of what is recorded here." -- Publisher
The Booke of the Universall Kirk of Scotland: Wherein the Head is and Conclusion is Devys it be the Ministers and Commissionar is of the particular kirks thereof, are specially expressed and contained (1839)
http://archive.org/details/bookeofuniversal00chur

Dabney, Robert Lewis (1820-1898), Syllabus and Notes of the Course of Systematic and Polemic Theology (1878)
http://archive.org/details/syllabusnotesofc00dabn

Dabney, Robert Lewis (1820-1898), Systematic Theology
An R.L. Dabney Anthology
http://www.gty.org/~phil/dabney.htm

Dostoevsky, Fyodor, The Brothers Karamazov
The Brothers Karamazov (1900)
http://archive.org/details/brotherskaramaz00dost
The Brothers Karamazov
http://www.ccel.org/d/dostoevsky/karamozov/karamozov.txt

Durham, James (1622-1658), Concerning Scandal Alternate title: THE DYING MAN'S TESTAMENT TO THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND: OR, A TREATISE CONCERNING SCANDAL.
Concerning Scandal (extracts)
http://www.naphtali.com/scanextr.htm

Edersheim, Alfred (1825-1889), The Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah
The Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah (1899), vol. 1 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/lifetimesofjesus01ederuoft
The Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah, vol. 2 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/lifetimesofjesus02ederuoft
The Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah
http://www.ccel.org/e/edersheim/lifetimes/

Edwards, Jonathan (1703-1758), The end for Which God Created the World
Two Dissertations: I. Concerning the end for Which God Created the World; II. The Nature of True Virtue (1765)
http://archive.org/details/twodissertations00edwa
A Dissertation Concerning the end for Which God Made the World
http://www.ccel.org/e/edwards/works/vol1/end_of_world/end.htm

Edwards, Jonathan (1703-1758), The Excellency of Christ, a sermon.
The Excellency of Christ
http://www.ccel.org/edwards/excellency/excellency.html

Edwards, Jonathan (1703-1758), and Sereno Edwards Dwight (1786-1850), The Works of President Edwards: With a Memoir of his Life, 1829, volume 1 of 9. Available THE WORKS OF JONATHAN EDWARDS in two volumes on the Puritan Hard Drive.
Edwards, Jonathan (1703-1758), and Sereno Edwards Dwight (1786-1850), The Works of President Edwards: With a Memoir of his Life, 1829, volume 1 of 9.
http://archive.org/details/worksofpresident011829edwa

Edwards, Jonathan (1703-1758), and Perry Miller, The Works of Jonathan Edwards, 26 volumes.
The Works of Jonathan Edwards
http://www.ccel.org/e/edwards/works/works.html

Edwards, Jonathan (1703-1758), Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God
Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God (1920)
http://archive.org/details/sinnersinhandsof1920edwa
Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God
http://www.reformed.org/documents/sinners.html

Flavel, John (1628-1691), Christ Knocking at the Door of the Sinners' Heart
Christ Knocking at the Door of Sinners' Hearts: or, A Solemn Entreaty
http://archive.org/details/christknockinga00socigoog

Flavel, John (c. 1630-1691), An Exposition of the Assemblies Catechism (1767)
http://archive.org/details/anexpositionass00flavgoog
An Exposition of the Assembly's Shorter Catechism
http://www.shortercatechism.com/resources/flavel/wsc_fl_001.html
An Exposition of the Assembly's Shorter Catechism
http://www.shortercatechism.com/

Flavel, John (1628-1691), The Fountain of Life Opened up, or, A Display of Christ in his Essential and Mediatorial Glory
The Fountain of Life
http://archive.org/details/TheFountainOfLife
The Fountain of Life
http://www.ccel.org/flavel/fountain/flavfoun.txt

Flavel, John (1628-1691), Keeping the Heart. Alternate title: A SAINT INDEED OR THE GREAT WORK OF A CHRISTIAN OPENED AND PRESSED.
On Keeping the Heart
http://www.iclnet.org/pub/resources/text/ipb-e/epl-10/web/flavel-keeping.html

Flavel, John (1628-1691), The Method of Grace in the Gospel Redemption
The Method of Grace in the Holy Spirit's Applying to the Souls of Men the Eternal Redemption Contrived by the Father and Accomplished by the Son. A sequel to "The Fountain of Life, or Christ in his Essential and Mediatorial Glory."
http://archive.org/details/methodofgraceinh00flavrich
The Method of Grace in the Gospel Redemption
http://www.ccel.org/flavel/grace/grace.txt

Flavel, John (1628-1691), Mystery of Providence
Divine Conduct, or The Mystery of Providence, Wherein the Being and Efficacy of Providence are Asserted and Vindicated; The Methods of Providence, as it Passes Through the Several Stages of our Lives Opened; and The Proper Course of Improving all Providences Pointed out
http://archive.org/details/divineconductorm00flavuoft

Flavel, John (c. 1630-1691), The Touchstone of Sincerity; or, Trial of True and False Religion (1840)
http://archive.org/details/touchstoneofsinc00flav

Fuller, Thomas (1608-1661), Good Thoughts in Bad Times, and Other Papers (1863)
http://archive.org/details/goodthoughtsinba63full

Gillespie, George (1613-1648), Aaron's Rod Blossoming; or, the Divine Ordinance of Church Government Vindicated, 1646. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available in THE PRESBYTERIAN'S ARMOURY.
"The remainder of the title reads: 'So as the Present Erastian Controversy Concerning the Distinction of Civil and Ecclesiastical Government, Excommunication and Suspension, is Fully Debated and Discussed, from the Holy Scriptures, for the Jewish and Christian Antiquities, from the Consent of Later Writers, from the True Nature and Rights of Magistracy, and from the Groundlessness of the Chief Objections made Against the Presbyterial Government, in Point of a Domineering Arbitrary Unlimited Power'."
"In short, this book deals with the biblical view of the separation of church and state, and is especially pertinent concerning the modern political climate, in which the old Erastian tree of civil ecclesiastical interference is growing strong and spreading much poisonous fruit. As with just about everything else Gillespie wrote, this book has been widely recognized as THE classic in its field. Three major sections cover 'Of the Jewish Church Government;' 'Of Christian Church Government;' and 'Of Excommunication from the Church, and of Suspension from the Lord's Table.' Lachman, in his Preface writes, 'It presents the classic Reformed point of view, one now little heard and perhaps less understood. Gillespie writes carefully and clearly, in many respects resembling the better know John Owen in the clarity and power of his reasoning.' Bannerman states, 'This famous treatise is unquestionably the most able, learned, systematic, and complete work on the Erastian controversy in existence. It deserves, and will repay, the most careful study.' (The Church of Christ, vol. 2, p. 432). Beattie, (Memorial Volume, p. xxxvi, 1879), called this book, 'the ablest plea for Presbytery ever made'." -- Publisher
Aaron's Rod Blossoming, or, The Divine Ordinance of Church Government Vindicated (1844)
http://archive.org/details/aaronsrodblosso00gillgoog

Gillespie, George (1613-1648), A Dispute Against the English Popish Ceremonies, Obtruded Upon the Church of Scotland
http://archive.org/details/EnglishpopishCeremonies

Gillespie, George (1613-1648), The Works of George Gillespie, 2 volumes. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive. A Christian classic.
" 'Gillespie was one of the Scottish commissioners to the Westminster Assembly. One of the great theologians of all time -- almost singlehandedly steering this august Assembly at certain points. As Hetherington notes, 'in all those debates no person took a more active part, or gained more distinction than George Gillespie,' though he was the youngest man there. Furthermore, Hetherington calls him a 'genius of the highest order,' and writes that his work 'dazzled and astonished his countrymen.' He 'held an undisputed position among the foremost of the distinguished men by whose talents and energy the Church of Scotland was delivered from the prelatic despotism' of that day. This rare work contains Gillespie's personal notes during the Westminster Assembly and A DISPUTE AGAINST ENGLISH POPISH CEREMONIES. A DISPUTE AGAINST ENGLISH POPISH CEREMONIES is a rare classic on Reformed worship, taking on all the arguments related to the use of man-made ceremonies in worship. Burned by the Prelates (Episcopalians), just after it first appeared in 1637, this masterful defense of the regulative principle has yet to be answered (by those that oppose God's sovereignty in worship). It ably, and in a detailed manner, refutes the old errors of Prelacy and Romanism -- many of which are being resurrected in our day by writers like James Jordan (and others abandoning historic Presbyterian [i.e. Biblical] worship). Gillespie's practical 'TREATISE OF MISCELLANY QUESTIONS,' contains 22 chapters. Topics dealt with range from: whether prophets and prophesying continued beyond the primitive church (answered in the negative); whether a sound heart and an unsound head can consist together; what are heresies and what is their purpose; are infants to be baptized; should the civil government attach a negative sanction to not swearing to the Solemn League and Covenant (against one aspect of Theonomy); etc. These WORKS also contains a memoir of Gillespie's life and writings, written by Hetherington, Gillespie's sermons before the house of commons, and much more!" -- Publisher
The Works of Mr. George Gillespie, vol. 1 of 2.
Apparently vol. 2 is not in Archive.org as of June 5, 2013.
http://archive.org/details/theworksofmrgeor26849gut

Godet, Frederic (1812-1900), Commentary on the Gospel of St. John (1879), vol. 1 of 3.
http://archive.org/details/commentaryongos01godeuoft
Godet, Frederic, Commentary on the Gospel of St. John, vol. 2 of 3.
http://archive.org/details/commentaryongos02godeuoft
Godet, Frederic, Commentary on the Gospel of St. John, vol. 3 of 3.
http://archive.org/details/commentaryongos03godeuoft

Gouge, William (1578-1653), A Commentary on the Whole Epistle to the Hebrews: Being the Substance of Thirty Years' Wednesday's Lectures at Blackfriars, London (1866), vol. 1 of 3.
http://archive.org/details/commentaryonwhol01goug
Gouge, A Commentary on the Whole Epistle to the Hebrews, vol. 2 of 3.
http://archive.org/details/commentaryonwhol02goug
Gouge, A Commentary on the Whole Epistle to the Hebrews, vol. 3 of 3.
http://archive.org/details/commentaryonwhol03goug

Haldane, Robert (1764-1842), Exposition of the Epistle to the Romans (1874)
http://archive.org/details/expositionofthee00halduoft

Havergal, Frances Ridley (1836-1879), Kept for the Master's use (1879)
http://archive.org/details/keptformastersus00haverich

Hopkins, E.H., The Law of Liberty in the Spiritual Life (19--?)
http://archive.org/details/thelawoflibertyi00hopkuoft

Johnstone, Robert, D.D, Lectures, Exegetical and Practical, on the Epistle of James: With a new Translation of the Epistle and Notes on the Greek Text (1871)
http://archive.org/details/lecturesexegetic00john

Kempis, Thomas ? (1380-1471), The Imitation of Christ (1888)
http://archive.org/details/imitationofchris00thomuoft

Knox, John (1505-1572), The Works of John Knox (1846), vol. 1 of 6.
http://archive.org/details/worksofjohnkn01knox

Mackenzie, John (of Huntingdon), Memoirs of the Life and Writings of John Calvin; Compiled From the Narrative of Theodore Beza, and Other Authentic Documents. Accompanied With Biographical Sketches of the Reformation (1809)
http://archive.org/details/memoirsoflifewri00mackiala

M'Crie, Thomas (1797-1875), The Life of Thomas M'Crie, D.D.: Author of "Life of John Knox," "Life of Melville," etc., etc. (1842)
http://archive.org/details/lifeofthomasmcr00mcri

McFetridge, N.S, Calvinism in History
http://archive.org/details/calvinisminhisto00mcfeuoft

Mitchell, Alexander Ferrier (1822-1899), The Westminster Assembly: Its History and Standards, Being the Baird Lecture for 1882
http://archive.org/details/westminsterassem00mitc

Mitchell, Alexander Ferrier (1822-1899, editor), and Westminster Assembly (1643-1652, Shorter Catechism), Catechisms of the Second Reformation (1886)
http://archive.org/details/catechismsofseco00mitc

Morison, Frank, Who Moved the Stone
http://archive.org/details/WhoMovedTheStone

Ness, Christopher, An Antidote Against Arminianism: or A Treatise to Enervate and Confute all the Five Points Thereof (1836)
http://archive.org/details/anantidoteagain00nessgoog

Owen, John (1616-1683), William H. Goold, Andrew, Thomson (1814-1901), The Works of John Owen (1850), and Life of Dr. Owen, vol. 1 of 16.
http://archive.org/details/worksofjohnowe185001owen

Pink, Arthur W. (1886-1952), The Sovereignty of God
Chapter 12 is included in this edition and also in the edition on the Puritan Hard Drive. However, chapter 12 was excluded from the Banner of Truth edition.
http://archive.org/details/TheSovereigntyOfGod_733

Preston, John (1587-1628), The Golden Sceptre Held Forth to the Humble
http://archive.org/details/TheGoldenSceptreHeldForthToTheHumble

The Reformed Presbytery, The Auchensaugh Renovation of the National Covenant and: Solemn League and Covenant With the Acknowledgment of Sins and Engagement to Duties, as They Were Renewed at Auchensaugh, Near Douglas, July 24, 1712. (Compared With the Editions of Paisley, 1820, and Belfast, 1835). Also, The Renovation of These Public Federal Deeds Ordained at Philadelphia, October 8, 1880, by the Reformed Presbytery, with Accommodation of the Original Covenants, in Both Transactions, to Their Times and Positions Respectively
http://archive.org/details/theauchensaughre12381gut

Reid, James, Memoirs of the Lives and Writings of Those Eminent Divines who Convened in the Famous Assembly at Westminster, in the Seventeenth Century (1811), vol. 1 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/memoirsofliveswr01reid
Reid, James, Memoirs of the Lives and Writings of Those Eminent Divines who Convened in the Famous Assembly at Westminster, in the Seventeenth Century (1811), vol. 2 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/memoirsoflivesw02reid

Ridgley, Thomas (1667?-1734), and John M. Wilson, A Body of Divinity: Wherein the Doctrines of the Christian Religion are Explained and Defended: Being the substance of several lectures on the Assembly's Larger catechism (1855), vol. 1 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/bodyofdivinity01ridg
Ridgley, A Body of Divinity: Wherein the Doctrines of the Christian Religion are Explained and Defended, vol. 2 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/bodyofdivinitywh02ridgiala

Roberts, Donaldson, Coxe, Riddle, Richarson, Pick, Menzies, Schaff (1867-1888), The Early Christian Church Fathers, 38 volumes.
http://archive.org/details/TheEarlyChristianChurchFathers.38volumes

Romaine, William (1714-1795), Treatises on the Life, Walk and Triumph of Faith (1830)
http://archive.org/details/treatisesonlifew00roma

Rutherford, Samuel (1600-1661), Lex, rex: The law and the Prince, a Dispute for the Just Prerogative of King and People (1843)
http://archive.org/details/lexrexlawandpri00ruthgoog

Ryle, J.C. (1816-1900), Holiness
http://archive.org/details/HolinessJcRyle

Ryle, J.C. (1816-1900), Home Truths: Miscellaneous Addresses and Tracts, 1854, a series of three volumes entitle HOME TRUTHS.
http://archive.org/details/hometruthsmisce01rylegoog
Home Truths: Miscellaneous Addresses and Tracts (1857)
http://archive.org/details/hometruthsmisce02rylegoog
Home Truths: Miscellaneous Addresses and Tracts (1859)
http://archive.org/details/hometruthsmisce00rylegoog

Ryle, J.C. (1816-1900), Practical Religion: Being Plain Papers on the Daily Duties, Experience, Dangers, and Privileges of Professing Christians (1883)
http://archive.org/details/practicalreligio00ryle

Ryle, J.C. (1816-1900), J.C. Ryle Kindle Books
Holiness | The Gospel of Matthew | The Gospel of Mark | The Gospel of Luke | The Gospel of John | Thoughts for Young Men | Where are your Sins? | The Duties of Parents
http://archive.org/details/J.C.RyleKindleBooks

Scholz, Johann Martin Augustin (1794-1852), John Wycliffe (d. 1384), William Tyndale (d. 1536), William Whittingham (d. 1579), Thomas Cranmer (1489-1556), Miles Coverdale (1488-1568), and Samuel Prideaux Tregelles (1813-1875), The English Hexapla: Exhibiting the Six Important English Translations of the New Testament Scriptures, Wicliff, M.CCC.LXXX., Tyndale, M.D.XXXIV., Cranmer, M.D.XXXIX., Genevan, M.D.LVII., Anglo-Rhemish, M.D.LXXXII., Authorised, M.DC.XI.: The original Greek text after Scholz, with the various readings of the textus receptus and the principal Constantinopolitan and Alexandrine manuscripts, and a complete collation of Scholz's text with Griesbach's edition of M.DCCC.V: Preceded by an historical account of the English translations (1841)
http://archive.org/details/englishhexaplaex00schouoft

Shepard, Thomas (1605-1649), The Sincere Convert, Discovering the Paucity of True Believers (1643)
http://archive.org/details/sincereconvertd00shepgoog

Sibbs, Richard, The Bruised Reed and Smoking Flax. With Introductory Essay by A. Beith (1878)
http://archive.org/details/bruisedreedands00sibbgoog

Smeaton, George (1814-1889), The Doctrine of the Atonement: As Taught by Christ Himself, or The Sayings of Jesus on the Atonement, Exegetically Expounded and Classified (1868)
http://archive.org/details/docofatone00smeauoft

Smellie, Alexander (1857-1923), Men of the Covenant, vol. 1 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/menofcovenant01smeluoft
Smellie, Men of the Covenant, vol. 2 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/menofcovenant02smeluoft

*Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich, One Word of Truth: The Nobel Speech on Literature 1970, ISBN: 0060139439 9780060139438. A Christian classic.
The author saw the Christian faith as "the only force capable of undertaking the spiritual healing of Russia."
Translated from the Russian by the members of the BBC Russian Service.
One Word of Truth
http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/literature/laureates/1970/solzhenitsyn-lecture.html

*Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr, A World Split Apart, his Harvard University commencement address, delivered 8 June 1978.
"It is feasible and easy everywhere to undermine administrative power and in fact it has been drastically weakened in all Western countries. The defense of individual rights has reached such extremes as to make society as a whole defenseless against certain individuals. It's time, in the West -- It is time, in the West, to defend not so much human rights as human obligations. . . .
"Hastiness and superficiality are the psychic disease of the 20th century and more than anywhere else this disease is reflected in the press. Such as it is, however, the press has become the greatest power within the Western countries, more powerful than the legislative power, the executive, and the judiciary. And one would then like to ask: By what law has it been elected and to whom is it responsible? In the communist East a journalist is frankly appointed as a state official. But who has granted Western journalists their power, for how long a time, and with what prerogatives?" http://www.americanrhetoric.com/speeches/alexandersolzhenitsynharvard.htm

Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), Around the Wicket Gate; or, A Friendly Talk With Seekers Concerning Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ (1890)
http://archive.org/details/aroundwicketgate00spur

Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), The Cheque Book of the Bank of Faith: Being Precious Promises Arranged for Daily use (1893)
http://archive.org/details/thechequebookoft00purguoft

Spurgeon, C.H. (Charles Haddon, 1834-1892), Commenting and Commentaries: Two Lectures Addressed to the Students of the Pastors' College, Metropolitan Tabernacle, Together With a Catalogue of Biblical Commentaries and Expositions (1876)
http://archive.org/details/commentpastors00spuruoft

Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), and William Dodd (1729-1777), Discourses on the Miracles and Parables of our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ (1757), vol. 1 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/discoursesonmira01dodd

Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), Lectures to my Students: Being Addresses Delivered to the Students of the Pastors' College, Metropolitan Tabernacle (1877)
http://archive.org/details/lecturestomystud1877spur

*Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), Morning and Evening, ISBN: 0883684101. A Christian classic.
"For over a century, MORNING AND EVENING has been the classic daily devotional for thousands of Christians. Now it's available in an appealing contemporary format with a modern typeface! Each day's devotions -- a morning and an evening selection for every day of the year -- are complete on a two-page spread. Spurgeon's inspiring meditations are drawn on portions of Scripture from every book of the Bible, and a concise index of texts lets you find what he had to say on nearly any Biblical topic." -- CBD
Spurgeon is considered by many to have been the greatest English preacher.
Morning and Evening
http://www.ccel.org/ccel/spurgeon/morneve.i.html
Morning and Evening by C.H. Spurgeon
http://archive.org/details/MorningAndEvening

Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), The Soul-winner: or How to Lead Sinners to the Saviour (1895)
http://archive.org/details/soulwinnerorhowt00spur

Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), The Treasury of David (1881)
http://archive.org/details/thetreasuryofdav00spuruoft

*Steele, David (1803-1887), Notes on the Apocalypse, ISBN: 0978098706 9780978098704. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available on Reformation Bookshelf CD #14.
"In 1779, in their TESTIMONY AND WARNING AGAINST THE BLASPHEMIES AND IDOLATRY OF POPERY, the Reformed Presbytery called Durham's COMPLETE COMMENTARY . . . ON THE BOOK OF REVELATION 'the best exposition of that book that has yet been published.' (p. 61n). Had they had the privilege of reading Steele's NOTES ON THE APOCALYPSE we are quite certain that they would have given it a similar endorsement. Though written in a different style than Durham's work, Steele's NOTES ON REVELATION may be even more valuable in many respects, Steele having taken a more decided position 'in the wilderness.' Steele also had the benefit of many more resources, having written over two centuries later. Steele's aim in writing this book is made clear in his own words taken from the preface,

"As this work is intended for the instruction and edification of the unlearned, rather than for the entertainment of the learned, words of foreign extract are used as seldom as possible. Practical remarks and reflections are rarely introduced; the principal aim being simply to ascertain and present to the reader the mind of the Holy Spirit. How far this object has been accomplished, is of course left to the judgment of the honest inquirer. The reader, however, in forming his judgment of the value of these NOTES, may be reminded of that inspired rule in searching the Scriptures, 'Comparing spiritual things with spiritual.' To assist him in the application of this divine rule, many chapters and verses are quoted from other parts of the Bible, but especially within the Apocalypse itself; that by concentrating the various rays upon particular texts or symbols, their intrinsic light may be rendered more luminous. Thus the interpretation given, if correct, may be confirmed and illustrated.
"Appendices include a section on, The New Jerusalem, The Antichrist, The Image of the Beast, The Beast's 'deadly wound,' The Little Book, The Death of the Witnesses, The Mark of the Beast, The First Resurrection, The Identity of the Two Witnesses, Sounding of the Seventh Trumpet and The Title of this Book (i.e. the Book of Revelation -- RB). This work also includes various 'animadversions on the interpretations (of Revelation -- RB), of several among the most learned and approved expositors of Britain and America'."
"Comments on this work include the four given below, all which were given without the solicitation or knowledge of the author. The Evangelical Repository notes,
the author adduces a greater number of Scriptural illustrations than any other writer on prophecy we ever met with.
"Hutcheson writes,
I can recommend it to any person as condensing the best thoughts to be had on the subject.
"Brooks says,
I have derived more knowledge of the Apocalypse from this work than from all other expositions which I have consulted.
"And finally, John Cunningham comments,
It is neither a dictionary nor concordance; neither a confession of faith, nor an encyclopedia, but a thesaurus of Theology, embodying the characters of all these.
"Steele dedicated this work to John Cunningham, author of THE ORDINANCE OF COVENANTING." -- Publisher
Notes on the Apocalypse, David Steele
"A commentary on the entire book of Revelation from an historicist and postmillennial perspective incorporating the insights of Covenanting principles and a concern for the standards of the Reformed Presbyterian church." -- Publisher
http://www.covenanter.org/reformed/2015/8/17/david-steeles-notes-on-the-apocalypse
Steele, Notes on the Apocalypse
http://archive.org/details/notesonapocalyps00stee
Steele, Notes on the Apocalypse
http://archive.org/details/notesontheapocal14485gut

Taylor, Howard (1862-1946), Hudson Taylor [1832-1905], and the China Inland Mission: The Growth of a Work of God
Hudson Taylor and the China Inland Mission: The Growth of a Work of God (1918)
http://archive.org/details/hudsontaylorchin00tayl

Taylor, Howard (1862-1946), Mary Geraldine Guinness Taylor, and D.E. Hoste, Hudson Taylor [1832-1905], in Early Years: The Growth of a Soul
Hudson Taylor in Early Years: The Growth of a Soul (1923)
http://archive.org/details/hudsontaylorinea00tayluoft

Thomas, W.H. Griffith (1861-1924), Grace and Power: Some Aspects of the Spiritual Life (1916)
http://archive.org/details/cihm_65773

Turrettini, Fran?ois (1623-1687), and James Renwick Willson (1780-1853, translator), Turrettin on the Atonement of Christ (1859)
http://archive.org/details/turrettinonatone00turr

Ursinus, Zacharias (1534-1583), The Commentary of Zacharias Ursinus on the Heidelberg Catechism (1888)
http://archive.org/details/commentaryofzach00ursiuoft

Various, The Last Words and Dying Testimonies of the Scots Worthies: Containing the Cloud of Witnesses, Being the last speeches and testimonies of those who suffered for the truth in Scotland since the year 1680; and Naphtali, or the Wrestlings of the Church of Scotland for the Kingdom of Christ; Together With Other Testimonies and Other Valuable Historical Documents; The whole accompanied with historical notices and observations, expalanatory and corrective (1846)
http://archive.org/details/lastwordsdyingte00glas

Vincent, Thomas (1634-1678), An Explanation of the Assembly's Shorter Catechism, 1854.
http://archive.org/details/explanationofass00vinc

Watson, Thomas (1620-1686), A Body of Practical Divinity Sermons on the Shorter Catechism of the Westminster Assembly, also Select Sermons on Various Subjects, Together with The Art of Divine Contentment, and Christ's Various Fulness (1859)
http://archive.org/details/bodyofpracticald00watsuoft

Watson, Thomas (1620-1686), The Select Works of the Rev. Thomas Watson, Comprising his Celebrated Body of Divinity, in a series of lectures on the Shorter Catechism, and various sermons and treatises (1855)
http://archive.org/details/selectworksofrev00wats

Westminster Assembly (1643-1652), The Confession of Faith, the Larger and Shorter Catechisms, With the Scripture Proofs at Large: Together With The sum of Saving Knowledge (contained in the Holy Scriptures, and held forth in the said Confession and Catechisms), and Practical use Thereof, Covenants National and Solemn League, Acknowledgment of Sins and Engagement to Duties, Directories, Form of Church-government, &c. of Public Authority in the Church of Scotland, With Acts of Assembly and Parliament, Relative to, and Approbative of the Same (1757)
http://archive.org/details/confessionofscot00chur

Westminster Assembly (1643-1652), Shorter Catechism, and Cotton, John (1584-1652), 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)
http://archive.org/details/newenglandprimer00west

Whyte, Alexander (1836-1921), A Commentary on the Shorter Catechism
http://archive.org/details/commentaryonshor00whytuoft

Whyte, Alexander, 1836-1921, The Walk, Conversation and Character of Jesus Christ our Lord (1905)
http://archive.org/details/walkconversation00whyt

Witsius, Herman (1636-1708), The Economy of the Covenants Between God and man: Comprehending a Complete Body of Divinity (1837)
http://archive.org/details/MN41373ucmf_5

Wylie, J.A. (1808-1890), The Papacy: Its History, Dogmas, Genius, and Prospects: Being the Evangelical Alliance First Prize Essay on Popery (1852)
http://archive.org/details/cu31924029388620

Young, Robert (1822-1888), Young's Literal Translation in Kindle .mobi format
http://archive.org/details/YoungsBible_24



The Best Books in This Bibliography Available at Archive.org

This listing was compiled in December of 2012.
For links to WorldCat.org (OCLC) citations for these titles see:
The Best Books in This Bibliography
http://www.lettermen2.com/bcrr1cha.html#tbbitb

Baxter, Richard (1615-1691), and William Brown, The Reformed Pastor (1835)
http://archive.org/details/reformedpastor00baxt

Bonar, Horatius (1808-1889), God's Way of Peace: A Book for the Anxious (1878)
http://archive.org/details/godswaypeaceabo01bonagoog

Buchanan, James (1804-1870), The Doctrine of Justification: An Outline of its History in the Church and of its Exposition From Scripture (1955)
http://archive.org/details/doctrinejustifi00buchgoog

*Calvin, John (1509-1564), Calvin's Commentary on Isaiah, 4 books, published in 2 volumes in CALVIN'S COMMENTARIES (vols. 7, 8). Spine title: CALVIN'S COMMENTARIES, VOLUME VII: ISAIAH 1-32; CALVIN'S COMMENTARIES, VOLUME VIII: ISAIAH 33-66. A Christian classic.
Several factors combine to make CALVIN'S COMMENTARY ON ISAIAH particularly significant.

C. Gregg Singer states, in the Mt. Olive Tape Library series of lectures:
I have a study ready for public -- well, not ready for publication, but hopefully someday, on Calvin's use of Augustine. [apparently never published -- compiler]. There are at least 400 references to Augustine in John Calvin. Anybody who says that Calvin got his theology of the top of his head knows no Calvin. Calvin knew Augustine probably better than anybody else, including Luther. Calvin went back to all the Early Western Fathers. I would say that next to Augustine, his theology is based upon Bernard of Clairvaux and Anselm, and he had a higher respect for Saint Thomas Aquinas than many people are willing to admit. But he is in the Western theological tradition.
Charles Hodge, in his SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY of three volumes, very often refers to Calvinism as Augustinianism, and you can see why. . . . [Charles Hodge], declares that you might as well call Calvinism revived and revitalized Augustinianism.
Calvin's work is in four books, with a Scripture Index and a General Index. The Baker publication prints the four books in two volumes.
Calvin, Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah (1850), vol. 1 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/commentaryonboo01calv
Calvin, Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah (1850), vol. 2 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/9thcommentaryonbo02calv
Calvin, Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah (1850), vol. 3 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/commentaryonbook03calv
Calvin, Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah (1850), vol. 4 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/commentaryonboo04calv
Commentary on Isaiah -- Volume 1, John Calvin
http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/calcom13.html

Dabney, Robert Lewis (1820-1898), Discussions of Robert Lewis Dabney Vol. 1: Evangelical and Theological
"Warfield called 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.' These three volumes of articles and essays vindicate Warfield's statement. 'This is not a book to be read and returned to the library shelf,' states the well known Baptist minister Al Martin, 'rather, as I have found to my own profit, it ought to be read, digested, and kept close at hand as a guide, companion and constant prod to us.' Dr. Archibald Alexander called Dabney, 'the best teacher of theology in the United States, if not the world.' Freundt notes, 'Dabney championed the doctrines of Calvinism and applied them consistently and practically to the great issues of his times'."
http://archive.org/details/DiscussionsOfRobertLewisDabneyVol.1EvangelicalAndTheological

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor (1821-1881), The Brothers Karamazov (1900)
http://archive.org/details/brotherskaramaz00dost

Edwards, Jonathan (1703-1758), A Treatise Concerning the Religious Affections (1898)
http://archive.org/details/treatiseconcern00edwa

Fairbairn, Patrick (1805-1874), An Exposition of Ezekiel, 504 pages. Alternate title: EZEKIEL AND THE BOOK OF HIS PROPHECY. Available (WORKS OF PATRICK FAIRBAIRN), on the Puritan Hard Drive.
"This exposition . . . has gained for its author a high place among elucidators of difficult part of Scripture. Dr. Fairbairn has a cool judgment and a warm heart; he has cast much light on Ezekiel's wheels, and has evidently felt the touch of the live coal, which is better still." -- C.H. Spurgeon
Ezekiel and the Book of his Prophecy: An Exposition (1855)
http://archive.org/details/ezekielbookofhis00fairrich

Gibbon, Edward (1737-1794), The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (1872), vol. 1.
http://archive.org/details/declinefallofrom01gibbuoft

Gill, John, The Cause of God and Truth (1736)
http://archive.org/details/causegodandtrut00gillgoog

Gill, John, John Gill's Exposition of the Bible
http://www.biblestudytools.com/Commentaries/GillsExpositionoftheBible/

Gillespie, George (1613-1648), Aaron's Rod Blossoming; or, the Divine Ordinance of Church Government Vindicated, 1646. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available in THE PRESBYTERIAN'S ARMOURY.
"The remainder of the title reads: 'So as the Present Erastian Controversy Concerning the Distinction of Civil and Ecclesiastical Government, Excommunication and Suspension, is Fully Debated and Discussed, from the Holy Scriptures, for the Jewish and Christian Antiquities, from the Consent of Later Writers, from the True Nature and Rights of Magistracy, and from the Groundlessness of the Chief Objections made Against the Presbyterial Government, in Point of a Domineering Arbitrary Unlimited Power'."
"In short, this book deals with the biblical view of the separation of church and state, and is especially pertinent concerning the modern political climate, in which the old Erastian tree of civil ecclesiastical interference is growing strong and spreading much poisonous fruit. As with just about everything else Gillespie wrote, this book has been widely recognized as THE classic in its field. Three major sections cover 'Of the Jewish Church Government;' 'Of Christian Church Government;' and 'Of Excommunication from the Church, and of Suspension from the Lord's Table.' Lachman, in his Preface writes, 'It presents the classic Reformed point of view, one now little heard and perhaps less understood. Gillespie writes carefully and clearly, in many respects resembling the better know John Owen in the clarity and power of his reasoning.' Bannerman states, 'This famous treatise is unquestionably the most able, learned, systematic, and complete work on the Erastian controversy in existence. It deserves, and will repay, the most careful study.' (The Church of Christ, vol. 2, p. 432). Beattie, (Memorial Volume, p. xxxvi, 1879), called this book, 'the ablest plea for Presbytery ever made'." -- Publisher
Aaron's Rod Blossoming, or, The Divine Ordinance of Church Government Vindicated (1844)
http://archive.org/details/aaronsrodblosso00gillgoog

Gillespie, George (1613-1648), and W.M. (William Maxwell), Hetherington (1803-1865, contributor), The Works of Mr. George Gillespie (Vol. 1 of 2), Ezekiel's Vision of Millennial Glory
http://archive.org/details/theworksofmrgeor26849gut

Godet, Frederic (1812-1900), Commentary on the Gospel of St. John (1879), vol. 1 of 3.
http://archive.org/details/commentaryongos01godeuoft
Godet, Commentary on the Gospel of St. John, vol. 2 of 3.
http://archive.org/details/commentaryongos02godeuoft
Godet, Commentary on the Gospel of St. John, vol. 3 of 3.
http://archive.org/details/commentaryongos03godeuoft

Law, William (1686-1761), A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life
http://archive.org/details/aseriouscalltoa00unkngoog

Luther, Martin (1483-1546), William Hazlitt (1811-1893), and Alexander Chalmers (1759-1834), The Table Talk of Martin Luther (1872)
http://archive.org/details/tabletalkofmarti1872luth

McFetridge, N.S, Calvinism in History
http://archive.org/details/calvinisminhisto00mcfeuoft

*McLeod (M'Leod), Alexander (1774-1833), Lectures Upon the Principal Prophecies of the Revelation (1814)
http://archive.org/details/lectuyresuponprin00mcle
Lectures Upon the Principal Prophecies of the Revelation
http://www.covenanter.org/reformed/2015/8/17/alexander-mcleods-lectures-on-the-principal-prophecies-of-revelation

Nave, Orville J. (1841-1917), Nave's Topical Bible: A Digest of the Holy Scriptures (1903)
Preferred edition, THE NEW NAVE'S TOPICAL BIBLE, new and enlarged (1986)
http://archive.org/details/navestopicalbibl00nave
What the Bible Says About (WBSA)
"What The Bible Says About (WBSA), [a website where the NEW NAVES TOPICAL BIBLE may be searched -- compiler], is based on the NEW NAVE'S TOPICAL BIBLE, a revision of the classic reference work, NAVE'S TOPICAL BIBLE, which was written in the later part of the 19th century by Dr. Orville Nave. The original NAVE'S was revised and expanded by James Swanson. The resulting NEW NAVE'S TOPICAL BIBLE is Copyright 1997 Logos Research Systems, Inc."
https://wbsa.logos.com/Home

*John Owen, God's Presence With a People the Spring of Their Prosperity; With Their Special Interest in Abiding in Him, cited below.
God's Presence With a People the Spring of Their Prosperity
http://www.reformedsermonarchives.com/owen11.htm

Various Reformed Preachers, The Reformed Sermon Archives
A Collection of Sermons by Preachers in the Reformed Church: Richard Baxter -- 22 sermons | John Calvin -- 25 sermons | Stephen Charnock -- 3 sermons | Jonathan Edwards -- 43 sermons | John Flavel -- 19 sermons | Thomas Goodwin -- 7 sermons | William Guthrie -- 17 sermons | Christopher Love -- 5 sermons | Martin Luther -- 26 sermons | John Owen -- 30 sermons | J.C. Ryle -- 47 sermons | Charles Spurgeon -- 32 sermons | Thomas Watson -- 7 sermons | George Whitefield -- 38 sermons
http://www.reformedsermonarchives.com/

Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge (1851-1921), Counterfeit Miracles (1918)
http://archive.org/details/counterfeitmirac00warf

Willson, James McLeod (1809-1866), Bible Magistracy: or Christ's Dominion Over the Nations: With an Examination of the Civil Institutions of the United States, 1842
"A Covenanter Examination of the Biblical Doctrine of the Kingship of Christ and the Civil Magistrate. Written in 1842 by James McLeod Willson, the son of James Renwick Willson, this book also contains a critique of the United States' Constitution in Light of Scripture."
http://archive.org/details/BibleMagistracyChristsDominionOverTheNations
Willson, James M., Bible Magistracy
http://www.covenanter.org/JMWillson/Magistracy/biblemagistracy.htm

Young, Robert (1822-1888), Young's Literal Translation of the Bible
http://archive.org/details/YoungsBible
Young, Robert (1822-1888), Young's Literal Translation in Kindle .mobi format
http://archive.org/details/YoungsBible_24

Young, Robert (1822-1888), William Barron Stevenson (1869-?), and Thomas Nicol (1846-?), Young's Analytical Concordance of the Bible
"Containing about 311,000 references, subdivided under the Hebrew and Greek original with the literal meaning and pronunciation of each; also index lexicons to the Old and New Testaments, being a guide to parallel passages; and a complete list of scripture proper names."
https://archive.org/details/analyticalconcor00inyoun



Covenanter Works Available at Archive.org

This listing was compiled in December 2012.
For links to WorldCat.org (OCLC), citations for these titles see:
"Corporate Faithfulness and Sanctification" (Covenanted Reformation)
http://www.lettermen2.com/bcrr9cha.html

*Anonymous, (attributed to George Gillespie), The Mystery of Magistracy Unvailed: or, God's Ordinance of Magistracy Asserted, Cleared, and Vindicated, From Heathenish Dominion, Tyrannous and anti-Christian Usurpation, Despisers of Dignities, and Contemners of Authorities, by an Unworthy Servant and Subject of Jesus Christ. Available (PDF and 2 MP3 files) on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available on Reformation Bookshelf CD #25.
"Though the author is unknown, this work has been thought by some to have been written by George Gillespie. It is a fine introduction to Second Reformation thought on civil government. Some sample headings extracted from its pages include: 'Of the qualifications required in the Judge or Ruler;' 'Of the promised blessing that is to attend the latter days in a righteous rule and ruler;' 'Of the judgement and curse attending no rule, or an evil ruler;' 'Of the people's duty under wicked rulers, both towards God and them." -- Publisher
Available from Covenanted Reformed Presbyterian Publishing (covenanter.org/pamphlets/) as a pamphlet, #17.
The Mystery of Magistracy Unvailed
"THE MYSTERY OF MAGISTRACY UNVAILED sets forth in short compass the proper parameters of the civil magistrate. It also considers several related questions: What are the proper qualifications of rulers? May Christians appoint unbelievers to rule over them? What are the duties of magistrates? What are the duties of the people under magistrates? But, most importantly for us, living as we do under a government increasingly hostile to the Christian religion, what are the duties of the people to wicked rulers? To this interesting and engaging manual for believers, whether under a godly or an ungodly ruler, is added a short essay on the subject of taxation by David Steele. . . . There is also an extract from the 1761 Testimony of the Reformed Presbytery concerning this matter." -- Publisher
http://www.covenanter.org/reformed/2017/1/16/the-mystery-of-magistracy-unvailed?rq=Mystery%20of%20Magistracy
The Mystery of Magistracy Unvailed: or, God's Ordinance of Magistracy Asserted, Cleared, and Vindicated from heathenish dominion, tyrannous and anti-Christian usurpation, despisers of dignities and contemners or authorities, by an unworthy servant and subject of Jesus Christ, the King of saints and nations (1708)
http://archive.org/details/magistr00edin

Baxter, Richard (1615-1691), A Holy Commonwealth: or, Political Aphorisms, Opening the True Principles of Government: For the Healing of the Mistakes, and Resolving the Doubts, That Most Endanger England at This Time (1659)
http://archive.org/details/holywealth00baxt

Baxter, Richard (1615-1691), The Life of Rev. Richard Baxter, full text.
http://www.archive.org/stream/lifeofrevrichard00baxtrich/lifeofrevrichard00baxtrich_djvu.txt

Boston, Thomas (1677-1732), Memoirs of the Life, Times, and Writings of the Rev. Thomas Boston, of Ettrick (1852)
http://archive.org/details/memoirsofthelife00bostuoft

Brown, John (of Haddington, 1722-1787), The Absurdity and Perfidy of all Authoritative Toleration of Gross Heresy, Blasphemy, Idolatry, Popery, in Britain: In two Letters to a Friend, in which the doctrine of the Westminster Confession of Faith relative to toletration of a false religion, and the power of the civil magistrate about sacred matters; And the nature, origin, ends and obligation of the National Covenant and Solemn League are Candidly Represented and Defended (1780)
http://archive.org/details/absurdityperfidy00brow

*Calvin, John (1509-1564), Calvin's Commentary on Isaiah, 4 books, published in 2 volumes in CALVIN'S COMMENTARIES (vols. 7, 8). Spine title: CALVIN'S COMMENTARIES, VOLUME VII: ISAIAH 1-32; CALVIN'S COMMENTARIES, VOLUME VIII: ISAIAH 33-66. A Christian classic.
Several factors combine to make CALVIN'S COMMENTARY ON ISAIAH particularly significant.

C. Gregg Singer states, in the Mt. Olive Tape Library series of lectures:
I have a study ready for public -- well, not ready for publication, but hopefully someday, on Calvin's use of Augustine. [apparently never published -- compiler]. There are at least 400 references to Augustine in John Calvin. Anybody who says that Calvin got his theology of the top of his head knows no Calvin. Calvin knew Augustine probably better than anybody else, including Luther. Calvin went back to all the Early Western Fathers. I would say that next to Augustine, his theology is based upon Bernard of Clairvaux and Anselm, and he had a higher respect for Saint Thomas Aquinas than many people are willing to admit. But he is in the Western theological tradition.
Charles Hodge, in his SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY of three volumes, very often refers to Calvinism as Augustinianism, and you can see why. . . . [Charles Hodge], declares that you might as well call Calvinism revived and revitalized Augustinianism.
Calvin's work is in four books, with a Scripture Index and a General Index. The Baker publication prints the four books in two volumes.
Calvin, Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah (1850), vol. 1 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/commentaryonboo01calv
Calvin, Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah (1850), vol. 2 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/9thcommentaryonbo02calv
Calvin, Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah (1850), vol. 3 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/commentaryonbook03calv
Calvin, Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah (1850), vol. 4 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/commentaryonboo04calv
Commentary on Isaiah -- Volume 1, John Calvin
http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/calcom13.html

Calvin, John (Jean, 1509-1564), Commentaries on the First Twenty Chapters of the Book of the Prophet Ezekiel (1849), vol. 1 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/commentariesonez01calvuoft
Calvin, Commentaries on the First Twenty Chapters of the Book of the Prophet Ezekiel (1849), vol. 2 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/commentariesonez02calvuoft

*Calvin, John (1509-1564), Daniel, ISBN: 0851510922 9780851510927.
"This edition, from the Calvin Translation Society edition of 1852-1853, is one of the greatest writings to come from Calvin's pen." -- GCB
Commentary on Daniel, Volume 1
http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/calcom24.html

Cunningham, William (1805-1861), Discussions on Church Principles: Popish, Erastian, and Presbyterian
http://archive.org/details/discussionsonchu00cunnuoft

Dodds, James (1813-1874), The Fifty Years' Struggle of the Scottish Covenanters 1638-1688, fifth edition. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive.
" 'This volume does not pretend to be an exhaustive History of the Period selected, or properly a History at all. It is only a series of descriptive Sketches, meant to represent in outline the successive phases of the Covenanting Struggle. The subject is a noble one for a History, having an epic completeness -- a beginning, middle, and end -- with it clearly-defined half century . . . The main body of the Narrative has been based on a careful collation of the best authorities -- those contemporary or nearly contemporary with the events . . . I have also had the privilege . . . of examining the documents of the period in the State Paper Office,' notes the author. Indexed." -- Publisher
The Fifty Years' Struggle of the Scottish Covenanters, 1638-88 (1860)
http://archive.org/details/fiftyyearsstrugg00dodd

Erskine, Ralph (1685-1752), Christ the People's Covenant. A Sermon preached immediately before the celebration of the Lord's supper, at Dunfermline, August, 19. 1722. To which is annex'd the substance of some discourses after the sacrament, upon the same subject. By Mr. Ralph Erskine. the fourth edition, corrected and amended, Glasgow, 1739. Available in Erskine, THE SERMONS AND OTHER PRACTICAL WORKS OF THE LATE REVEREND RALPH ERSKINE, DUNFERMLINE (1865), vol. 1 of 10.
http://archive.org/details/sermonsotherpr01ersk

Erskine, Ralph (1685-1752), Covenanted Grace for Covenanting Work: A Sermon Preached at Stirling, December 28, 1743, in the Evening of That day, on Which the Ministers of the Associate Presbytery did, With Uplifted Hands, Solemnly Renew the National Covenants, 1865.
The Sermons and Other Practical Works of the Late Reverend Ralph Erskine, Dunfermline (1865), vol. 1
http://archive.org/details/sermonsotherpr01ersk

Fairbairn, Patrick (1805-1874), An Exposition of Ezekiel, 504 pages. Alternate title: EZEKIEL AND THE BOOK OF HIS PROPHECY. Available (WORKS OF PATRICK FAIRBAIRN), on the Puritan Hard Drive.
"This exposition . . . has gained for its author a high place among elucidators of difficult part of Scripture. Dr. Fairbairn has a cool judgment and a warm heart; he has cast much light on Ezekiel's wheels, and has evidently felt the touch of the live coal, which is better still." -- C.H. Spurgeon
Ezekiel and the Book of his Prophecy: An Exposition (1855)
http://archive.org/details/ezekielbookofhis00fairrich

Flint, Robert, Christ's Kingdom Upon Earth: A Series of Discourses
http://archive.org/details/christskingdomup00flin

Gillespie, George (1613-1648), Aaron's Rod Blossoming; or, the Divine Ordinance of Church Government Vindicated, 1646. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available in THE PRESBYTERIAN'S ARMOURY.
"The remainder of the title reads: 'So as the Present Erastian Controversy Concerning the Distinction of Civil and Ecclesiastical Government, Excommunication and Suspension, is Fully Debated and Discussed, from the Holy Scriptures, for the Jewish and Christian Antiquities, from the Consent of Later Writers, from the True Nature and Rights of Magistracy, and from the Groundlessness of the Chief Objections made Against the Presbyterial Government, in Point of a Domineering Arbitrary Unlimited Power'."
"In short, this book deals with the biblical view of the separation of church and state, and is especially pertinent concerning the modern political climate, in which the old Erastian tree of civil ecclesiastical interference is growing strong and spreading much poisonous fruit. As with just about everything else Gillespie wrote, this book has been widely recognized as THE classic in its field. Three major sections cover 'Of the Jewish Church Government;' 'Of Christian Church Government;' and 'Of Excommunication from the Church, and of Suspension from the Lord's Table.' Lachman, in his Preface writes, 'It presents the classic Reformed point of view, one now little heard and perhaps less understood. Gillespie writes carefully and clearly, in many respects resembling the better know John Owen in the clarity and power of his reasoning.' Bannerman states, 'This famous treatise is unquestionably the most able, learned, systematic, and complete work on the Erastian controversy in existence. It deserves, and will repay, the most careful study.' (The Church of Christ, vol. 2, p. 432). Beattie, (Memorial Volume, p. xxxvi, 1879), called this book, 'the ablest plea for Presbytery ever made'." -- Publisher
Aaron's Rod Blossoming, or, The Divine Ordinance of Church Government Vindicated (1844)
http://archive.org/details/aaronsrodblosso00gillgoog

*Gillespie, George (1613-1648), Wholesome Severity Reconciled With Christian Liberty, or, The True Resolution of a Present Controversie Concerning Liberty of Conscience: here you have the question stated, the middle way betwixt popish tyrannie and schismatizing liberty approved and also confirmed from Scripture and the testimonies of divines, yea of whole churches: the chiefe arguments and exceptions used in the bloudy tenent, the compassionate samaritane, M.S. to A.S. &c., examined: eight distinctions added for qualifying and clearing the whole matter: and in conclusion a par?netick to the five apologists for choosing accommodation rather than toleration, 1645. Available (PDF and MP3 files [audio file]), on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available on Reformation Bookshelf CD #25.
"Gillespie was a major force at the Westminster Assembly. This rare item gives great insight into the original intent of the framers of the Westminster documents concerning matters of conscience, liberty, law, and government. Dr. Greg Bahnsen has noted how sections mirror modern theonomic thought. Read on cassette for the first time ever! This item can also be found in written form in volume four of Naphtali Press' Anthology of Presbyterian and Reformed Literature." -- Publisher
Wholesome Severity Reconciled With Christian Liberty, or, The True Resolution of a Present Controversy Concerning Liberty of Conscience, 1645
http://www.naphtali.com/severity.htm
Wholesome Severity Reconciled With Christian Liberty
http://www.covenanter.org/reformed/2016/4/21/wholesome-severity-reconciled-with-christian-liberty

Gillespie, George (1613-1648), The Works of George Gillespie, 2 volumes. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive.
" 'Gillespie was one of the Scottish commissioners to the Westminster Assembly. One of the great theologians of all time -- almost singlehandedly steering this august Assembly at certain points. As Hetherington notes, 'in all those debates no person took a more active part, or gained more distinction than George Gillespie,' though he was the youngest man there. Furthermore, Hetherington calls him a 'genius of the highest order,' and writes that his work 'dazzled and astonished his countrymen.' He 'held an undisputed position among the foremost of the distinguished men by whose talents and energy the Church of Scotland was delivered from the prelatic despotism' of that day." -- Publisher
The Works of Mr. George Gillespie (Vol. 1 of 2), (Volume one only is available at Archive.org as of July 15, 2013)
http://archive.org/details/theworksofmrgeor26849gut

Greenhill, William (1591-1671), and James Sherman, An Exposition of the Prophet Ezekiel: With Useful Observations Thereupon. [Ezekiel 1 -- Ezekiel 13]. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive.
Greenhill, An Exposition of the Prophet Ezekiel: With Useful Observations Thereupon Delivered in Several Lectures in London (1863)
http://archive.org/details/anexpositionofth00greeuoft

Glasgow, W. Melancthon, History of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in America: With Sketches of all her Ministry, Congregations, Missions, Institutions, Publications, etc. and Embellished With Over Fifty Portraits and Engravings. Full text.
http://www.archive.org/stream/historyofrefor00glas/historyofrefor00glas_djvu.txt

Goodman, Christopher (c. 1520-1603), How Superior Powers Ought to be Obeyed (1558).
Available on the Library of Presbyterian Heritage Publications and Protestant Heritage Press CD-ROM Library.
http://www.constitution.org/cmt/goodman/obeyed.htm

Hay Fleming, David (1849-1931), The Story of the Scottish Covenants in Outline. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive.
"A great short (96 pages of larger print), easy reading introduction to the covenants and the Covenanters. Tells the story of many of the Scottish religious bonds and the people and places that surrounded them. A good introductory study for home-schoolers or those that do not have time for the larger volumes covering this topic." -- Publisher
http://archive.org/details/storyofscottishc00flemiala

*Hewison, James King, The Covenanters: A History of the Church in Scotland From the Reformation to the Revolution, 1908, 2 volumes (1908). Available on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available on Reformation Bookshelf CD #25.
"Smellie, in his preface to MEN OF THE COVENANT, calls this set a 'great treatise on the Covenanters -- a treatise which covers the entire field and seems to leave no word unsaid'." -- Publisher
Hewison, The Covenanters: A History of the Church in Scotland From the Reformation to the Revolution, vol. 1 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/covenantershisto01hewi
Hewison, The Covenanters: A History of the Church in Scotland From the Reformation to the Revolution, vol. 2 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/covenantershisto02hewi

Howie, John (1735-1793), Biographia Scoticana (Scots Worthies)
The preferred edition is THE SCOTS WORTHIES. BIOGRAPHIA SCOTICANA: OR, A BRIEF HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF THE LIVES, CHARACTERS, AND MEMORABLE TRANSACTIONS OF THE MOST EMINENT SCOTS WORTHIES, AS ALSO, AN APPENDIX, CONTAINING A SHORT HISTORICAL HINT OF THE WICKED LIVES OF THE APOSTATES AND PERSECUTORS IN SCOTLAND, 2ND EDITION, CORRECTED AND ENLARGED, 1781.
"The history of Scotland from the sixteenth to eighteenth century is one of the most remarkable testimonies to the covenantal faithfulness of God. The sturdy Scotch character forged in the furnace of relentless persecution, and coupled with the inspiring Christian theology articulated by men like John Knox, birthed a nation of genuine 'bravehearts.' Keep in mind that Americans owe more of their political freedom to Scotland 'her theologians and Covenanters' than to any other people. It was Knox and Rutherford who laid the theological foundation for the War of American Independence. Tories described the war as a 'Presbyterian Rebellion' because of the many Scotch-American clergymen calling for independence. It was John Witherspoon, the theological progeny of Knox and Rutherford, who personally taught many members of the Constitutional Convention. When John Howie set about to write THE SCOTS WORTHIES, his chief aim was to communicate in such a way that readers would be encouraged to grasp the heroic, sacrificial, and glorious nature of a life consecrated unreservedly to Christ. Most of the mini-biographies in this epic work can be read in twenty minutes, making them perfect for family devotions. THE SCOTS WORTHIES details the heroism of men who died for Jesus Christ. You will learn the true story of apostolic Knox, of majestic Bruce, and of wise Gillespie."
http://archive.org/details/BiographiaScoticanascotsWorthies
An Appendix, containing a short historical Hint of the wicked Lives and miserable Deaths of some of the most remarkable apostates and bloody persecutors in Scotland from the Reformation to the Revolution
This is the Appendix to THE SCOTS WORTHIES. BIOGRAPHIA SCOTICANA, 2nd edition, corrected and enlarged, 1781.
http://archive.org/details/biographiascotic28272gut
Biographia Scoticana, John Howie
Original from Oxford University, published 1885, digitized May 22, 2006. Described as a reprint of the 1781 edition. It does not appear to include the appendix cited above.
http://books.google.com/books?vid=OCLC34190563&id=5iwAAAAAQAAJ&q=Scots+Worthies+1781&dq=Scots+Worthies+1781&ie=ISO-8859-1&pgis=1

Howie, John (1735-1793), and William M'Gavin, Lives of the Scottish Covenanters: Being a Brief Historical Account of the Most Eminent Noblemen (1863)
http://www.archive.org/details/livesscottishco00mgagoog

Johnston, John C., Treasury of the Scottish Covenant
http://archive.org/details/treasuryofscotti00john

Kerr, James (1847-1905), The Covenants and the Covenanters: Covenants, Sermons, and Documents of the Covenanted Reformation. Introd. on the National Covenants by James Kerr (1895)
http://archive.org/details/covenantscovenan00kerr

Knox, John (1505-1572), An Answere to a Great Number of Blasphemous Cavillations Written by an Anabaptist, and Adversarie to God's Eternall Predestination (1591). Alternate title: AGAINST AN ANABAPTIST: IN DEFENSE OF PREDESTINATION and AN ANSWER TO A GREAT NUMBER OF BLASPHEMOUS CAUILLATIONS WRITTEN BY AN ANABAPTIST, AND ADVERSARIE TO GODS ETERNAL PREDESTINATION. AND CONFUTED BY JOHN KNOX, MINISTER OF GODS WORDE IN SCOTLAND. WHEREIN THE AUTHOR SO DISCOVERETH THE CRAFT AND FALSHOOD OF THE SECT, THAT THE GODLY KNOWING THAT ERROR, MAY BE CONFIRMED IN THE TRUETH BY THE EVIDENT WORDE OF GOD.
"Boettner, in his REFORMED DOCTRINE OF PREDESTINATION, calls PREDESTINATION Knox's 'chief theological work.'
"Curt Daniel calls this 'Knox's major theological work.' Moreover, he states that this is 'more than a short answer (to the Anabaptist. -- RB, 468 pages)" -- Publisher
An Answere to a Great Number of Blasphemous Cavillations Written by an Anabaptist, and Adversarie to God's Eternall Predestination (1591)
http://archive.org/details/answeretogreatnu00knox

*Knox, John (1505-1572), Appellation From the Sentence Pronounced by the Bishops and Clergy: Addressed to the Nobility and Estates of Scotland. Alternate title: THE APPELLATION OF JOHN KNOX FROM THE CRUELL . . . SENTENCE PRONOUNCED AGAINST HIM BY THE FALSE BISHOPPES AND CLERGEY OF SCOTLAND, WITH HIS SUPPLICATION AND EXHORTATION TO THE NOBILITIE, ESTATES, AND COMMUNALTIE OF THE SAME REALME, and THE APPELLATION . . . TO THE SCOTTISH NOBILITY, and REFORMATION, REVOLUTION AND ROMANISM: AN APPEAL TO THE SCOTTISH NOBILITY, and THE APPELLATION FROM THE SENTENCE PRONOUNCED BY THE BISHOPS AND CLERGY: ADDRESSED TO THE NOBILITY AND ESTATES OF SCOTLAND, and THE APPELLATION. Cover title: REFORMATION, REVOLUTION AND ROMANISM: APPEAL TO THE SCOTTISH NOBILITY (1558). Available (singly as REFORMATION, REVOLUTION AND ROMANISM, in which key text have been underlined by a previous reader), on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available (REFORMATION, REVOLUTION AND ROMANISM), on Reformation Bookshelf CD #1 (MP3), #26. Available (APPELLATION FROM THE SENTENCE PRONOUNCED BY THE BISHOPS AND CLERGY: ADDRESSED TO THE NOBILITY AND ESTATES OF SCOTLAND), on the Library of Presbyterian Heritage Publications and Protestant Heritage Press CD-ROM Library. Available (APPELLATION FROM THE SENTENCE PRONOUNCED BY THE BISHOPS AND CLERGY: ADDRESSED TO THE NOBILITY AND ESTATES OF SCOTLAND), in THE WORKS OF JOHN KNOX, Vol. 4. [John Knox; David Laing ((collector and editor)), THE WORKS OF JOHN KNOX, Vol. 4, reprint of the 1855 edition printed for Bannatyne Club, Edinburgh (New York: AMS Press, 1966)].
"David Chilton notes, 'Of all the sixteenth-century Reformers, John Knox remains the most ardently loved and fiercely hated. No other leader of his day saw so clearly the political issues in the light of Scripture. Nor has any of his contemporaries had so much direct influence upon the subsequent history of the world. He transformed a land of barbarians into one of the most hardheadly Calvinistic cultures ever to exist, and his doctrines lie at the core of all Protestant revolutionary activity. While he is often considered merely one of Calvin's lieutenants, he was actually a Reformer in his own right. In some respects he was the greatest of them all.' ("John Knox," in The Journal of Christian Reconstruction: Symposium on Puritanism and Law [Vallecito, CA: Chalcedon], Vol. V, No. 2, Winter, 1978-79, p. 194).
"Furthermore, R.L. Greaves has noted that 'it has even been suggested -- and not altogether without merit -- that Knox was a key link in the development of political ideology that culminated in the American Revolution.' (Theology and Revolution in the Scottish Reformation: Studies in the Thought of John Knox [Grand Rapids, MI: Christian University Press, 1980], p. 156).
"Moreover, Mason [Roger A. Mason -- compiler], states that this APPEAL [APPELLATION FROM THE SENTENCE PRONOUNCED BY THE BISHOPS AND CLERGY: ADDRESSED TO THE NOBILITY AND ESTATES OF SCOTLAND -- compiler], 'is the most important . . . of Knox's political writings.' (in the Introduction to his compilation of Knox's political writings entitled KNOX: ON REBELLION). [see annotation for KNOX: ON REBELLION elsewhere in this bibliography -- compiler]. It shows in a conclusive manner that Knox wanted a Theonomic Establishment which was careful to 'disapprove, detest, oppose and remove all false worship and all monuments of idolatry' (cf. Westminster Larger Catechism, #108). It also clearly demonstrates that Knox believed in and promoted the continuing binding validity of the Old Testament case laws and the penal sanctions attached to them, including the death penalty.
"Kevin Reed, in a editor's note, introducing this piece in his newly published SELECTED WRITING OF JOHN KNOX [available on the Puritan Hard Drive -- compiler], also points out that 'the Westminster Confession provides a distinct echo of Knox, when it states that the magistrate ""hath authority, and it is his duty, to take order, that unity and peace be preserved in the church, that the truth of God be kept pure and entire, that all blasphemies and heresies be suppressed, all corruptions and abuses in worship and discipline prevented or reformed, and all the ordinances of God duly settled, administered, and observed"" (Ch. 23:3, original wording). One secular historian once described Knox as 'Calvin with a sword,' making one wonder if he had not just been reading this very book. For 'where Calvin merely permitted disobedience to an ungodly ruler or immoral law, Knox championed armed rebellion -- a type of Calvinism that made religious revolution in Scotland possible.' (Christian History, Issue 46, p. 35). This is the best of the best; don't miss it!" -- Publisher
Appellation From the Sentence Pronounced by the Bishops and Clergy: Addressed to the Nobility and Estates of Scotland
This is a character scan (OCR) of the modernized text published by Protestant Heritage Press. While text may be cut and pasted it is subject to copyright.
http://www.swrb.com/newslett/actualNLs/appellat.htm
The Works of John Knox (1846), Vol. 4.
http://archive.org/stream/worksjohnknox07laingoog#page/n4/mode/2up
Reformation, Revolution and Romanism (1558), John Knox, MP3 file.
"This has been called John Knox's most important political writing. It also deals with Romanism, God's law, and much more.
http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?currSection=sermonssource&sermonID=1030075041
See also:
Goodman, Christopher (c. 1520-1603), HOW SUPERIOR POWERS OUGHT TO BE OBEYED OF THEIR SUBJECTS: AND WHEREIN THEY MAY LAWFULLY BY GOD'S WORD BE DISOBEYED AND RESISTED, 1558. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available on Reformation Bookshelf CD #26. Available (HOW SUPERIOR POWERS OUGHT TO BE OBEYED), on the Library of Presbyterian Heritage Publications and Protestant Heritage Press CD-ROM Library.
"From 1555 to 1558, Christopher Goodman served as co-pastor, with John Knox, of the congregation of English exiles in Geneva. During the course of his ministry, Goodman preached upon Acts 4:19 and 5:29: 'Whether it be right in the sight of God, to obey you rather than God, judge ye. We ought rather to obey God than men'. . . . In this book, Goodman contends against both ecclesiastical and political tyranny." -- Publisher
How Superior Powers Ought to be Obeyed of Their Subjects
http://www.constitution.org/cmt/goodman/obeyed.htm
See also annotation for:
Knox, THE HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION OF RELIGION WITHIN THE REALM OF SCOTLAND. . . . TOGETHER WITH THE LIFE OF THE AUTHOR, AND SEVERAL CURIOUS PIECES WROTE BY HIM, . . . BY THE REVEREND MR. JOHN KNOX, . . . TO WHICH IS ADDED, I. AN ADMONITION TO ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND . . . BY ANTONI GILBY. II. THE FIRST AND SECOND BOOKS OF DISCIPLINE, GLASGOW, 1761. Alternate title: THE HISTORIE OF THE REFORMATION OF THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND CONTAINING FIVE BOOKS: TOGETHER WITH SOME TREATISES CONDUCING TO THE HISTORY. EDITED, WITH A LIFE OF KNOX AND A PREFACE, BY DAVID BUCHANAN. INCLUDES: "THE APPELLATION OF JOHN KNOX, FROM THE . . . SENTENCE PRONOUNCED AGAINST HIM (pp. 1-33); "THE ADMONITION OF JOHN KNOX TO HIS BELOVED BRETHREN THE COMMONALTY OF SCOTLAND" (pp. 34-42); "A FAITHFULL ADMONITION MADE BY JOHN KNOX TO THE TRUE PROFESSORS OF THE GOSPEL OF CHRIST WITHIN THE KINGDOM OF ENGLAND, 1554" (pp. 43-79); "THE COPIE OF A LETTER DELIVERED TO QUEEN MARY, REGENT OF SCOTLAND" (pp. 80-97); AND "A SERMON PREACHED BY JOHN KNOX [AUGUST 19, 1565]," ISBN: 0851513581 9780851513584. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available on Reformation Bookshelf CD #1.

Knox, John (1505-1572), The First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment [government] of Women, 1558
Knox, The First Blast of the Trumpet
http://archive.org/details/firstblasttrump00knoxgoog
Knox, The First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment [government] of Women, with the "Summary of the Second Blast" appended.
http://www.swrb.com/newslett/actualnls/FirBlast.htm
The First Blast of the Trumpet. Available in KNOX'S WORKS, VOL. 4. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive.
http://archive.org/stream/worksjohnknox07laingoog#page/n4/mode/2up
Knox, The First Blast of the Trumpet
This is the same Presbyterian Heritage Publications edition cited above. It includes the marginal notes as endnotes, but does not include the scripture index, and subject index.
http://www.swrb.com/newslett/actualNLs/firblast.htm

*Lyford, William (1598-1653), The Plain Mans Senses Exercised to Discern Both Good and Evill: Or, A Discovery of the Errors, Heresies and Blasphemies of These Times, and the toleration of them as they are collected and testified against by the ministers of London, in their testimony to the truth of Jesus Christ, 1657. Alternate title: TESTIMONY TO THE TRUTH OF JESUS CHRIST AND OUR SOLEMN LEAGUE AND COVENANT.
This is a detailed refutation of Anabaptist error.
Sundry Ministers of London, Testimony to the Truth of Jesus Christ and our Solemn League and Covenant
http://archive.org/details/plainmanssensese00lyfo
Sundry Ministers of London, Testimony to the Truth of Jesus Christ and our Solemn League and Covenant, 1647
http://www.truecovenanter.com/anti_toleration/testimony_truth.html

Macewen, Alexander R. (Alexander Robertson, 1851-1916), The Erskines
http://archive.org/details/erskines00mace

MacMillan, John (d. 1808), and James Renwick (1662-1688), A Collection of Letters, Consisting of Ninety-three: Sixty-one of Which Wrote by the Rev. Mr. James Renwick; The Remainder, by the Rev. Messrs. John Livingston, John Brown, John King, Donald Cargil, Richard Cameron, Alex. Pedan, and Alex. Shields. Also a few by Mr. Michael Shields, at the direction of the general correspondence: From the years 1663 to 1689 inclusive. Containing many remarkable occurrences hitherto unknown in that period. Wherein is discovered the true state of the Cause and Testimony at that time (1764)
http://archive.org/details/collectionoflett00macm

Manton, Thomas (1620-1677), The Complete Works of Thomas Manton, vol. 1 of 11.
http://archive.org/details/completeworksoft01mant

Manton, Thomas (1620-1677), David's Covenanting our Duty Also
http://archive.org/details/completeworksoft01mant

McFeeters, J.C., Sketches of the Covenanters
http://archive.org/details/sketchesofthecov13570gut

McGeachy, Neill Roderick, A History of the Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church, Mecklenburg Presbytery, Charlotte, North Carolina
One of two churches, Sugaw Creek (later Sugar Creek), and Rocky River, pastored by Alexander Craighead in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina.
http://archive.org/details/historyofsugawcr00mcge

McLeod (M'Leod), Alexander (1774-1833)Lectures Upon the Principal Prophecies of the Revelation (1814)
http://archive.org/details/lectuyresuponprin00mcle
McLeod, Lectures Upon the Principal Prophecies of the Revelation
http://www.covenanter.org/reformed/2015/8/17/alexander-mcleods-lectures-on-the-principal-prophecies-of-revelation

McLeod (M'Leod), Alexander (1774-1833), Messiah: Governor of the Nations of the Earth: A Discourse. Available (MESSIAH: GOVERNOR OF THE NATIONS OF THE EARTH) on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available (MESSIAH: GOVERNOR OF THE NATIONS OF THE EARTH) on Reformation Bookshelf CD #25. Available (MESSIAH: GOVERNOR OF THE NATIONS OF THE EARTH and THE WRITTEN LAW, OR THE LAW OF GOD REVEALED IN THE SCRIPTURES, BY CHRIST AS MEDIATOR; THE RULE OF DUTY TO CHRISTIAN NATIONS TO CIVIL INSTITUTIONS) at Covenanter.org. Available (the pamphlet, MESSIAH: GOVERNOR OF THE NATIONS OF THE EARTH, which includes THE WRITTEN LAW, OR THE LAW OF GOD REVEALED IN THE SCRIPTURES, BY CHRIST AS MEDIATOR) at Covenanter and Reformed Presbyterian Pamphlets.
"The doctrine of the Mediatorial Reign of Christ has formed the subject of those principles accounted distinctive to the Reformed Presbyterian Church. Christ's kingship over the nations and the implications of this doctrine will not be popular amongst a people deeply compromised with the spirit of the age. The prescription may seem tough, but the results of centuries of ignoring this doctrine have left the church effete and gutted when it comes to addressing matters concerning church and state relations. In the various modern debates one viewpoint has been left out, and it is the only one which presents a serious and rigorous biblical vision -- the Covenanter position on civil government.
"In the first discourse, Alexander McLeod explains the biblical basis and the importance of professing that Christ is the head over all nations. McLeod moves from an explanation of what is meant by confessing that Christ rules as Mediator, to a discussion of his administrations as ruler over the nations. Afterward he addresses numerous objections that are raised against the doctrine, in which he explains many finer points respecting Christ's Mediatorial administration.
"The second discourse, THE WRITTEN LAW, by Dr. James Renwick Willson (1780-1853), takes up a number of matters of great practical concern and application of the doctrine of this Mediatorship over the nations. Willson is particularly concerned with the place of the written law of God in the constitution of civil governments. Willson often courts controversy, and does not shy away from consistency. It is a blueprint for how things ought to be, if we would submit to Christ as a nation." -- Publisher
McLeod (M'Leod), Alexander, Messiah, Governor of the Nations of the Earth
http://www.covenanter.org/reformed/2015/8/18/alexander-mcleods-sermon-on-messiah-governor-of-the-nations-of-the-earth
Willson, James Renwick (1780-1853), The Written Law, or The Law of God Revealed in the Scriptures, by Christ as Mediator; The Rule of Duty to Christian Nations to Civil Institutions
http://www.covenanter.org/reformed/2015/8/18/james-r-willsons-sermon-on-the-written-law
Covenanter and Reformed Presbyterian Pamphlets
http://www.covenanter.org/pamphlets/

McLeod (M'Leod), Alexander (1774-1833), et al., The Life and Power of True Godliness; Described in a Series of Discourses, 1847. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available on Reformation Bookshelf CD #29. The Life and Power of True Godliness
http://archive.org/details/lifepoweroftrueg00mleo

McLeod, John Niel (1806-1874), Protestantism, the Parent and Guardian of Civil and Religious Liberty. Found in MISCELLANEOUS, VOL. 6.
Protestantism, the Parent and Guardian of Civil and Religious Liberty. A lecture, Delivered, March 26, 1843, Under Appointment of the N.Y. Protestant Reformation Society (1843), John Niel McLeod
http://archive.org/details/protestantismpar00mcle

*McMaster (M'Master), Gilbert (1778-1854), The Duty of Nations: A Sermon, Delivered on the First Thursday of November, 1809: Being a day of Public Thanks-giving, Appointed by the Reformed Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, 1809. Available from Covenanter Pamphlets.
The pamphlet includes TESTIMONY TO THE COVENANTED WORK OF REFORMATION (FROM 1638 TO 1649), IN BRITAIN AND IRELAND by Samuel Rutherfurd [Rutherford].
Covenanter Monthly Pamphlets
http://covenanter.org/pamphlets/
The Duty of the Nations, 1810, a sermon.
http://www.covenanter.org/reformed/2015/8/18/gilbert-mcmasters-sermon-on-the-duty-of-nations

McMaster (M'Master), Gilbert (1778-1854), Moral Character of Civil Government: Considered With Reference to the Political Institutions of the United States, in Four Letters, 1832.
http://archive.org/details/moralcharacterc00mcmagoog

M'Crie, Thomas (1797-1875), A Short View of the Plan of Religious Reformation and Union Adopted Originally by the Secession, an Appendix to, Two Discourses on the Unity of the Church, her Divisions, and Their Removal. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available in THE WORKS OF THOMAS M'CRIE below.
"Let sober thinkers only reflect for a moment, what advantages would have ensued, if religion had been settled agreeably to the Solemn League and the plan recommended by the Westminster Assembly; and if that settlement had been allowed to stand."

M'Crie (McCrie), Thomas (1772-1835), and Thomas McCrie (1797-1875), The Works of Thomas M'Crie, D.D. (1855), vol. 1 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/worksofmccrie01mccruoft
McCrie, Thomas The Works of Thomas M'Crie, D.D. (1855), vol. 2 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/worksofmccrie02mccruoft
McCrie, Thomas The Works of Thomas M'Crie, D.D. (1855), vol. 3 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/theworksofmccrie03mccruoft
McCrie, Thomas The Works of Thomas M'Crie, D.D. (1855), vol. 4 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/theworksofmccrie04mccruoft

*Milton, John (1570-1643), The Rights of Nations to Depose Their Kings, and to Change or Amend Their Systems of Government; With a Vindication of the Killing of Tyrants: Being an Abridgement of Milton's Celebrated Tract, Entitled, "The Tenure of Kings and Magistrates." And a new and Abridged Translation of his Great Work, Called "A Defence of the People of England, in Answer to Salmasius's Defence of the King," 1649. Alternate title: EIKONOKLASTES.
"The rights of nations to depose their kings, and to change or amend their systems of government."
http://archive.org/details/tenurekingsandm01alligoog
Milton, The Tenure of Kings and Magistrates
http://fly.hiwaay.net/~pspoole/Tenure.HTM
Milton, The Tenure of Kings and Magistrates, 1649
http://www.dartmouth.edu/~milton/reading_room/tenure/notes.shtml#title

McMillan (M'Millan), II, John (1729-1808), Sermon on "Moral law Established by Faith in the Gospel."
Available in John MacMillan (1729-1808), and James Renwick (1662-1688), A COLLECTION OF LETTERS, CONSISTING OF NINETY-THREE: SIXTY-ONE OF WHICH WROTE [SIC] BY THE REV. MR. JAMES RENWICK; THE REMAINDER, BY THE REV. MESSRS. JOHN LIVINGSTON, JOHN BROWN, JOHN KING, DONALD CARGIL, RICHARD CAMERON, ALEX. PEDAN, AND ALEX. SHIELDS. ALSO A FEW BY MR. MICHAEL SHIELDS, AT THE DIRECTION OF THE GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE: FROM THE YEARS 1663 TO 1689 INCLUSIVE. CONTAINING MANY REMARKABLE OCCURRENCES HITHERTO UNKNOWN IN THAT PERIOD. WHEREIN IS DISCOVERED THE TRUE STATE OF THE CAUSE AND TESTIMONY AT THAT TIME (1764)
http://archive.org/details/collectionoflett00macm

National Convention to Secure the Religious Amendment of the Constitution of the United States, Proceedings of the National Convention to Secure the Religious Amendment of the Constitution of the United States: Held in New York, Feb. 26 and 27, 1873: With an Account of the Origin and Progress of the Movement (1873)
http://archive.org/details/proceedingsofn00nati

Ormond, D.D., A Kirk and a College in the Craigs of Stirling (1897)
http://archive.org/details/akirkandacolleg00ormogoog

Reformed Presbyterian Church of Ireland, Covenanters and Politics
http://www.rpc.org/page/moral&page=6

Reformed Presbytery of North America "Steelite," Act, Declaration, and Testimony: For the Whole of our Covenanted Reformation as Attained to and Established in Britain and Ireland, Particularly Betwixt the Years l638 and l649 Inclusive, as Also Against all the Steps of Defection From Said Reformation (1876)
"It is not likely that you will find a more consistent working out of the principles of Calvinism anywhere. Deals with the most important matters relating to the individual, the family, the church and the state."
http://archive.org/details/actdeclarationte00refo
Act, Declaration, and Testimony (1876)
https://archive.org/details/actdeclarationte00refo
Act, Declaration, and Testimony for the Whole of our Covenanted Reformation (1876 Reformed Presbytery, America, Steelite)
The Project Gutenberg text was prepared by members of The Reformed Presbytery in North America (RPNA) using the Reformed Presbytery (America) [of North America "Steelite"], text of the 1876 edition.
http://www.gutenberg.org/files/13200/13200.txt
The electronic text found at ManyBooks.com is the Project Gutenberg text.
Reformed Presbytery, "Steelite" (David Steele [1803-1887], James Campbell, Thomas Sproull, James Fulton), A Short Vindication of our Covenanted Reformation, Reformed Presbytery
http://www.covenanter.org/reformed/2015/8/24/a-short-vindication-of-our-covenanted-reformation

Roberts, William L., Reformed Presbyterian Catechism: An Analysis of the Covenanting Reformation Ideals (1853)
http://archive.org/details/ReformedPresbyterianCatechism

Rutherford, Samuel (1600-1661), Christ Dying and Drawing Sinners to Himselfe, or, A Survey of our Saviour in his Soule-Suffering, his Lovelynesse in his Death, and the Efficacie Thereof: Delivered in Sermons on the Evangel According to S. John, Chap. XII (1646)
http://archive.org/details/chdrawi00ruth

Rutherford, Samuel (1600-1661), Lex, rex, or, The law and the Prince: A Dispute for the Just Prerogative of King and People, containing the reasons and causes of the most necessary defensive wars of the kingdom of Scotland and of their expedition for the aid and help of their dear brethren of England. In which their innocency is asserted and a full answer is given to a seditious pamphlet entituled, "Sacro-sancta regum majestas," or, The sacred and royal prerogative of Christian kings; under the name of J.A., but penned by John Maxwell (1843)
Lex, rex is Latin for "law is king."
http://archive.org/details/lexrexlawandpri00ruthgoog
Brutus, Junius, The Covenant Between God and Kings, from A DEFENSE OF LIBERTY
http://www.constitution.org/vct/vindiciae1a.htm

Rutherford, Samuel (1600-1661), and Andrew A. (Alexander), Bonar (1810-1892), Letters of Samuel Rutherford (1904)
http://archive.org/details/lettersofsamuelr00ruthrich
Letters of Samuel Rutherford
http://www.puritansermons.com/toc.htm#RUTH

Scott, David, John Cunningham, and George Smeaton, What is a Moral Person? How God Views the Church and the Nations. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available in Archibald Mason, OBSERVATIONS ON THE PUBLIC COVENANTS BETWIXT GOD AND THE CHURCH: A DISCOURSE.
Mason, Observations on the Public Covenants Betwixt God and the Church: A Discourse. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive.
http://archive.org/details/spiritualillumin00maso
Scott, Cunningham, and Smeaton, What is a Moral Person? How God Views the Church and the Nations
http://www.swrb.com/newslett/actualnls/moral.htm

Shields, Alexander (1660?-1700), A Hind let Loose: or, An Historical Representation of the Testimonies of the Church of Scotland, for the Interest of Christ: With the True State Thereof in all its Periods (1797) and Mystery of Magistracy Unvailed.
"A HIND LET LOOSE by Alexander Shields is sometimes referred to as 'Lex, Rex volume two'."
"This book sets forth the Crown rights of King Jesus, against all usurpers in both church and state, giving a history of some of faithful sufferings endured by the elect, in maintaining this truth."
http://archive.org/details/hindletlooseorhi00shie
A Hind Let Loose; Or An Historical Representation of the Testimonies of the Church of Scotland. . . . by Mr. Alexander Shields, Minister of the Gospel, in St. Andrews
http://www.truecovenanter.com/shields/
Brutus, Junius, The Covenant Between God and Kings, from A DEFENSE OF LIBERTY
http://www.constitution.org/vct/vindiciae1a.htm

Smellie, Alexander (1857-1923), Men of the Covenant: The Story of the Scottish Church in the Years of the Persecution
"A great book dealing with one of the most inspiring periods of Church history." -- C. Gregg Singer
Men of the Covenant, volume 1 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/menofcovenant01smeluoft
Men of the Covenant, volume 2 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/menofcovenant02smeluoft

*Steele, David (1803-1887, editor), Reformed Presbytery of North America "Steelite," The Contending Witness (vol. 1:1 -- 2:6, Apr. 1841 to Feb. 1843), The Reformation Advocate (vol. 1:1 -- 1:12, March 1874 to Dec. 1876), The Original Covenanter (vol. 2:1 -- 2:16, March 1877 to Dec. 1880), and The Original Covenanter (vol. 3:1 -- 3:16, March 1881 to Dec. 1884). Available (all four volumes, a complete set of this continuous periodical under its various names) on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available (all four volumes, a complete set of this continuous periodical under its various names) on Reformation Bookshelf CD #18.
"The following list [complete and found above -- compiler] of [continuous issues under various names -- compiler] magazines, edited by David Steele, comprise what is likely the best compilation of Christian periodicals ever amassed under one set of bindings. Nothing we know of (before or since), authored as magazine articles related to full-orbed nation shaking biblical Reformation, even comes close to the consistent quality of writing found in these short works on various subjects. Steele himself should probably be considered the best theologian of the nineteenth century, and the other contributors to these magazines were all approaching the same class. A healthy portion of Steele's writing is found in these magazines, as he only wrote a few other books, so the reading is encouraged to sample for himself some of the best writing (defending the Covenanted Reformation), you will find anywhere!" -- Publisher
Various excerpted articles may be found elsewhere in the topical listing for David Steele.
David Steele (editor), The Reformation Advocate, vol. 1, September 1874, no. 3, "Has the Government of the United States a Christian Character?"
http://www.gcpublications.com/Documents/The%20Reformation%20Advocate/5_Has%20the%20US%20a%20Christian%20Character.pdf
David Steele (editor), The Reformation Advocate, vol. 1, December 1874, no. 4, Signs of the Times
http://www.gcpublications.com/Documents/The%20Reformation%20Advocate/6_Signs%20of%20The%20Times.pdf
David Steele (editor), The Reformation Advocate, vol. 1, March 1874, no. 1, "To our Patrons"
http://www.gcpublications.com/Documents/The%20Reformation%20Advocate/1_To%20Our%20Patrons.pdf
David Steele (editor), The Reformation Advocate, vol. 1, June 1874, no. 2, "Christmas Trees"
http://www.gcpublications.com/Documents/The%20Reformation%20Advocate/4_Christmas%20Trees.pdf
David Steele (editor), The Reformation Advocate, vol. 1, March 1874, no. 1, "Are Hymns Idols"
http://www.gcpublications.com/Documents/The%20Reformation%20Advocate/3_Are%20Hymns%20Idols.pdf

The Contending Witness magazine, Vol. 1:1-2:6, Apr. 1841 to Feb. 1843. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive.
The Reformation Advocate magazine, Vol. 1:1-1:12, March 1874 to Dec. 1876. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive.
The Original Covenanter magazine, Vol. 2:1-2:16, March 1877 to Dec. 1880. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive.
The Original Covenanter magazine, Vol. 3:1-3:16, March 1881 to Dec. 1884. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive.
See also: Covenanted Reformed Presbyterian Publishing, The Best of The Original Covenanter and Contending Witness Magazine. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available from Covenanted Reformed Presbyterian Publishing.
http://www.covenanter.org

Steele, David (1826-1906), and Robert Hunter, In Memory of the Rev. David Steele, D.D., LL.D.: For Forty-five Years Pastor of the Fourth Reformed Presbyterian Congregation of Philadelphia and Professor in the Reformed Presbyterian Seminary at Philadelphia for Forty-three Years (1907)
http://archive.org/details/inmemoryofrevdav00stee

Steele, David (1803-1887), A Minister of The Reformed Presbyterian Church, The Two Witnesses: Their Cause, Number, Character, Furniture and Special Work
http://www.gcpublications.com/Documents/The%20Two%20Witnesses/1_The%20Two%20Witnesses.pdf

Stewart, Sir James (of Goodtrees, 1635-1713), Jus Populi Vindicatum, or The People's Right to Defend Themselves and Their Covenanted Religion Vindicated
http://archive.org/details/juspopulivindica00stew

Strong, James, The Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible: Showing Every Word of the Text of the Common english Version of the canonical books, and every occurrence of each word in regular order; together with A comparative concordance of the authorized and revised versions, including the American variations; also brief dictionaries of the Hebrew and Greek words of the original, with references to English words, 1890
https://archive.org/details/exhaustiveconcor1890stro

Swinnock, George (1627-1673), Works of George Swinnock, M.A (1868), volume 1 of 5.
http://archive.org/details/worksofgeorgeswi01swin

*Symington, Andrew (1785-1853, the older brother of William), Headship of Christ Over the Nations, 1841. Alternate title: INTRODUCTORY LECTURE ON THE PRINCIPLES OF THE SECOND REFORMATION. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available on Reformation Bookshelf CD #13, #25.
"Provides Scriptural evidences for Christ's headship over the nations and the church, demonstrating the importance of this doctrine to the kingdom of Christ. A lecture excerpted from the book LECTURES ON THE PRINCIPLES OF THE SECOND REFORMATION, edited by Andrew Symington." -- Publisher
Lectures on the Principles of the Second Reformation
http://www.covenanter.org/reformed/2015/8/18/the-reformed-presbyterian-churchs-of-scotland-lectures-on-the-principles-of-the-second-reformation

Symington, William (1795-1862), On the Atonement and Intercession of Jesus Christ (1868)
http://archive.org/details/ontheatonement00symiuoft

Symington, William (1795-1862), Discourses on Public Occasions (1851)
http://archive.org/details/discoursesonpubl00symi

*Symington, William (1795-1862), Messiah the Prince or, The Mediatorial Dominion of Jesus Christ, ISBN: 0966004434 0921148054. The 1884 edition is available on the Puritan Hard Drive. Also available on Reformation Bookshelf CD #13, #25, and #26.
"It is the standard work on the kingdom of God in English! There is nothing else like it." -- Publisher
"It was deemed essential to the salvation of men that their Redeemer should possess the powers at once of a prophet, a priest, and a king. These offices, while essentially distinct, are necessarily and inseparably connected with one another. Such a union has been by some utterly denied; and its denial has laid foundation for some capital errors, which have exerted a pernicious influence on the Christian church. By others it has been criminally overlooked; and the neglect with which it has been treated has occasioned vague and conflicting conceptions regarding the great work of man's deliverance from sin and wrath by the mediation of the Son of God." -- William Symington
"It is the standard work on the kingdom of God in English! There is nothing else like it; it is one-of-a kind! It covers the necessity, reality, and qualifications of Christ's dominion over not only the church, but all nations too. Anything less is to rob Christ of His magnificent, majestic, mediatorial glory -- for He is the King of kings and Lord of lords. 'While books on the priestly work of the Redeemer, and especially on the Atonement, are numerous,' notes the introduction to the American edition, 'no formal and exhaustive discussion of the kingly office of the Messiah . . . and its application to various classes of moral agents is elsewhere to be found . . . It is cause for satisfaction that the only treatise, as yet, upon this subject, is a work of signal ability, lucid in arrangement, reverent in spirit, and with hardly an exception, sound and judicious in its conclusion. Its very merits are probably, in part, the reason why no other work on the same subject has appeared, and until it is supplanted by a better work -- an event not likely soon to occur -- it will have a value peculiar to itself'." -- Publisher
Chapters include "The Necessity of the Mediatorial Dominion," "The Universality of the Mediatorial Dominion," "The Mediatorial Dominion Over the Church," and "Over the Nations," plus much more.
Symington, Messiah the Prince or, The Meditorial Dominion of Jesus Christ (1881)
http://archive.org/details/messiahtheprince00symiuoft
Messiah the Prince or, The Mediatorial Dominion of Jesus Christ
http://www.reformed.org/eschaton/symington/index.html
Symington, Messiah the Prince or, The Mediatorial Dominion of Jesus Christ
http://reformedchurchpublications.org/messiah_the_prince_by_william_symington.htm

Taylor, James (1813-1892), The Scottish Covenanters, 1881.
The Scottish Covenanters
http://archive.org/details/MN5155ucmf_0

Temple, Oliver Perry (1820-1907), The Covenanter, the Cavalier, and the Puritan (1897)
http://www.archive.org/details/covenantercavali00temprich

Thomson, James Pringle, Alexander Henderson (1583-1646), the Covenanter
http://archive.org/details/alexanderhenders00thomuoft

Thomson, John Henderson (editor), A Cloud of Witnesses for the Royal Prerogatives of Jesus Christ Being the Last Speeches and Testimonies of Those who Have Suffered for the Truth in Scotland Since 1680
http://archive.org/details/cloudofwitnesses00thom
A Cloud of Witnesses, 1871 edition, full text, free.
http://books.google.com/books?id=4vMCAAAAQAAJ&dq=thomson+a+cloud+of+witnesses&ie=ISO-8859-1

Thornwell, James Henley (1812-1862), The Collected Writings of James Henley Thornwell, D.D
Reported to contains some faulty text.
http://www.archive.org/stream/collectedwriting01thor/collectedwriting01thor_djvu.txt

Trumbull, Charles DeWitt, The Relation of Covenanters to the United States Government
Author is a member of the RPCNA.
http://archive.org/details/relationofcovena00trum

United Societies, The Queensferry Paper, 1680
http://www.truecovenanter.com/qferry.htm
Available as an appendix to A CLOUD OF WITNESSES
http://archive.org/details/acloudwitnesses00thomgoog
A Cloud of Witnesses, full view.
http://books.google.com/books?id=4vMCAAAAQAAJ&dq=thomson+a+cloud+of+witnesses&ie=ISO-8859-1

*VanderKemp (Van der Kemp), Johannes, The Christian Entirely the Property of Christ, in Life and Death: Exhibited in Fifty-three Sermons on the Heidelberg Catechism, ISBN: 9781142354152 1142354156. See: "all editions" in WorldCat.org.
The Christian Entirely the Property of Christ in Life and Death (Free download, Kindle format)
http://archive.org/details/christianentire00kempgoog

Various, The Last Words and Dying Testimonies of the Scots Worthies: Containing the Cloud of Witnesses . . . Being the last speeches and testimonies of those who suffered for the truth in Scotland since the year 1680; and Naphtali, or the Wrestlings of the Church of Scotland for the Kingdom of Christ; Together With Other Testimonies and Other Valuable Historical Documents; The whole accompanied with historical notices and observations, expalanatory and corrective (1846).
http://archive.org/details/lastwordsdyingte00glas

Willson, James McLeod (1809-1866), and The Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America, Civil Government: Argumentive Testimony.
Argumentative Testimony, available in CIVIL GOVERNMENT: ARGUMENTIVE TESTIMONY.
http://www.covenanter.org/JMWillson/argumentativetestimony.htm

Willson, James McLeod (1809-1866), Bible Magistracy: or Christ's Dominion Over the Nations: With an Examination of the Civil Institutions of the United States, 1842
"A Covenanter Examination of the Biblical Doctrine of the Kingship of Christ and the Civil Magistrate. Written in 1842 by James McLeod Willson, the son of James Renwick Willson, this book also contains a critique of the United States' Constitution in Light of Scripture."
http://archive.org/details/BibleMagistracyChristsDominionOverTheNations
Willson, James M., Bible Magistracy
http://www.covenanter.org/JMWillson/Magistracy/biblemagistracy.htm

*Willson, James M. (1809-1866), The Subjection of Kings and Nations to Messiah, 1820. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available on Reformation Bookshelf CD #13, #29.
"A lengthy sermon of 64 pages preached Dec. 6, 1819. Based on the text: All Kings shall bow down before him: all nations shall serve him. (Psalm 72:11). Maintains that this text refers to a commanded duty, concerning Christ not Solomon, and should be translated Let all kings bow down before him: Let all nations serve him. Explains this national duty, inquires as to how it is to be nationally preformed, then proceeds to make practical application of the subject. Shows that nations have a duty, as nations, to bind themselves to Christ by covenant, to consecrate themselves to Him, to swear allegiance to Him (as their King and Lord), and to obey all His holy law! Furthermore, Willson maintains that it is a great sin for nations to remain in rebellion against Christ by not performing these duties. He also demonstrates how and why a high-handed sin of this nature brings corporate guilt upon the nation. Moreover, this sin provokes God to wrath (as seen in an escalation of national calamities), until the day, barring repentance, that the national 'cup of wrath' overflows. Also contains helpful direction regarding the individual's social responsibility as a Christian in times of national corporate defection from Christ's crown and covenant (i.e in times exactly like those that we live in)." -- Publisher
Willson, James M., The Subjection of Kings and Nations to Messiah, 1820
http://www.covenanter.org/reformed/2015/8/18/james-r-willsons-sermon-on-subjection-of-kings-and-nations-to-messiah

*Willson, James Renwick (1780-1853), Prince Messiah's Claims to Dominion Over all Governments: And the Disregard of his Authority by the United States, in the Federal Constitution, 1832. Alternate title: BIBLE MAGISTRACY. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available on Reformation Bookshelf CD #13.
"Why treat thus all religion? Why disfranchise, by a solemn act the church of the living God? Is the benevolent, pure, holy, heaven born religion of Emmanuel, hostile to the happiness of the republic? Shall commerce, agriculture, the arts, literature -- all the other lawful pursuits, be countenanced, fostered, protected, and established on as permanent a basis, as possible and the true religion be put under the ban of the empire? But they say, let religion alone. Do they, however, adopt the laissez nous faire, in relation to manufactures and trade? No. We cherish all, but respecting the advancement of religion, Congress shall never do any thing. When the child is born, were the father and mother to say, laissez l'infant faire -- leave the babe to itself -- would that lie to act as a nursing father and mother? Surely no. There must be a far different kind of constitution among the nations, when the promise is fulfilled, that 'Kings shall be nursing fathers.' God Almighty says, in the text quoted above, that civil rulers shall nurse the church -- the Constitution says they shall not. Which is right? 'Ah! sinful nation, laden with iniquity.' God spares thee for the sake of his redeemed, that his moral subjects on earth may be, by the gospel of his Son, reclaimed from sin and rebellion -- that on the earth, through his own holy religion, he may expatiate the glories of redemption. The Constitution says religion shall be discountenanced by the Congress of the United States." -- James R. Willson
Kiss the Son, lest he be angry, and ye perish from the way, when his wrath be kindled but a little. (Psalm 2:12). This book will go a long way to exposing the fact, as Willson writes, that 'ungodly men have occupied, and do now occupy, many of the official stations, in the government,' and that 'Tyrants are yet on their thrones, and unholy republics refuse to acknowledge Him (Christ -- RB), as Lord of all'." -- Publisher
Willson, James Renwick, Prince Messiah's Claims to Dominion Over all Governments
http://www.covenanter.org/reformed/2016/4/24/prince-messiahs-claims-to-dominion-over-all-governments-and-the-disregard-of-his-authority-by-the-united-states-in-the-federal-constitution
Willson, James Renwick, Prince Messiah's Claims to Dominion Over all Governments
http://archive.org/details/BibleMagistracyChristsDominionOverTheNations

Wylie, Samuel B. (1773-1852), and John Niel McLeod (1806-1874, editor), Memoir of Alexander McLeod (1855)
http://archive.org/details/memoirofalexander00wyli

Wylie, Samuel B., (1773-1852), and James McLeod Willson (1809-1866), The two Sons of oil; or, the Faithful Witness for Magistracy and Ministry Upon a Scriptural Basis
http://www.swrb.com/newslett/actualNLs/two-sons-of-oil.htm
The two Sons of oil, or, The Faithful Witness for Magistracy and Ministry Upon a Scriptural Basis (1850),
Samuel Brown Wylie and James McLeod Willson
http://archive.org/details/twosonsofoilorfa00wylirich



Other Works Available at Archive.org

This listings was compiled in December of 2012.
Numerous titles in this "Other Works" listing were found by chance, so, while of interest, they do not appear in THE WEB EDITION OF BIBLICAL COUNSEL: RESOURCES FOR RENEWAL. For links to WorldCat.org (OCLC) citations for the titles that do appear in the Web Edition see:
Biblical Counsel: Resources for Renewal, the Web Edition
http://www.lettermen2.com/

Ainsworth, Henry, 1571-1622?), A Seasonable Discourse; or, A Censure Upon a Dialogue of the Anabaptists, Intitvled, A Description of What God Hath Predestinated Concerning man; Is Tryed and Examined, Wherein These Seven Points are Handled and Answered, viz. 1. Of Predestination. 2. Of Election. 3. Of Reprobation. 4. Of falling Away. 5. Of Freewill. 6. Of Originall Sinne. 7. Of Baptizing Infants (1644)
http://archive.org/details/seasonablediscou00ains

Anonymous, The axe Laid to the Root of the Tree: or, A discourse Wherein the Anabaptists Mission and Ministry are Examin'd and Disprov'd (1705)
http://archive.org/details/axelaidtorootoft00lond

Anonymous, Secret History of the Jesuits
A compilation of articles.
http://archive.org/details/SecretHistoryOfTheJesuits_648

Bastiat, Frederic (1801-1850), and David Ames Wells (1828-1898), Essays on Political Economy (1877)
http://archive.org/details/essaysonpolitica00bastuoft

Bax, Ernest Belfort (1854-1926), Rise and fall of the Anabaptists (1903)
http://archive.org/details/riseandfallofana00baxuoft

Baxter, Richard (1615-1691), Cain and Abel Malignity, That is Enmity to Serious Godliness, That is, to an holy and heavenly state of heart and life Lamented, described, detected, and unanswerably proved, to be the devilish nature, and the militia of the devil against God, and Christ, and the Church and kingdoms (1689)
http://archive.org/details/cainabelmalignit00baxt

*Baxter, Richard (1615-1691), Compassionate Counsel to all Young men, The Mother's Catechism, The Catechizing of Families, and The Poor Man's Family Book. Available in Baxter, Richard, THE REFORMED PASTOR: BAXTER'S PRACTICAL WORKS, VOL. 4, 1877611360 9781877611360.
"This is the fourth and final volume in this great set. Includes, 'The Reformed Pastor' and 25 other sermons, treatises, and catechisms. Dr. J.I. Packer says, 'For me, the great joy of this year is that it see the completion of Soli Deo Gloria's reprint of Baxter's incomparable PRACTICAL WORKS'." -- GCB
Compassionate Counsel to all Young men, 1681.
Compassionate Counsel to all Young men (1681), by Richard Baxter
http://www.lettermen2.com/ccaym.html

Baxter, Richard (1615-1691), Jesuit Juggling: Forty Popish Frauds Detected and Disclosed.
Jesuit Juggling: Forty Popish Frauds Detected and Disclosed (1835)
http://archive.org/details/jesuitjugglingf00baxtgoog

Baxter, Richard (1615-1691), The Description, Reasons and Reward of the Believer's Walking With God: On Genesis v. 24 (1825)
http://archive.org/details/descriptionreaso00baxt

Baxter, Richard (1615-1691), Reliqui? Baxterian?: or, Mr. Richard Baxter's Narrative of the Most Memorable Passages of his Life and Times (1696)
http://archive.org/details/reliquiaebaxteri00baxt

Baxter, Richard (1615-1691), A Saint or a Brute: The Certain Necessity and Excellency of Holiness. ISBN: 1877611158 9781877611155. Available in A CALL TO THE UNCONVERTED: BAXTER'S PRACTICAL WORKS, VOL. 2.
A Saint or a Brute: The Certain Necessity and Excellency of Holiness, &c . . . (1662)
http://archive.org/details/asaintorabrutec00baxtgoog

Baxter, Richard (1615-1691), The Certainty of the Worlds of Spirits. Fully Evinced by the Unquestionable Histories of Apparitions, Operations, Witchcrafts, Voices, etc. Proving the Immortality of Souls, the Malice and Misery of the Devils and the Damned, and the Blessedness of the Justifed. Written for the conviction of Sadduces and Infidels. By Richard Baxter, 1691, ISBN: 9781150756948 1150756942.
"This, as it is among the quaintest and most curious, is also the rarest of Baxter's writings." -- Alexander B. Grosart
Baxter, The Certainty of the Worlds of Spirits, and Consequently, of the Immortality of Souls . . . of the Malice and Misery of the Devils, and the Damned. And of the Blessedness of the Justified: Fully Evinced by Unquestionable Histories of Apparitions, Operations, Witchcrafts, Voices, &c., 1691.
http://archive.org/details/certaintyofworld00baxt
See also: Baxter, Richard (1615-1691), and Cotton Mather (1663-1728), The Certainty of the World of Spirits Fully Evinced, 3rd edition (London: S. Cornish and Co., 1841), to which was added Cotton Mather, The Wonders of the Invisible World.
Mather, Cotton (1663-1728), The Wonders of the Invisible World, (singly).
Mather, Cotton, and Increase Mather, The Wonders of the Invisible World: Being an Account of the Tryals of Several Witches Lately (1862)
http://archive.org/details/wondersinvisibl01mathgoog

Belcher, Joseph, and George Whitefield, George Whitefield: A Biography
http://www.archive.org/details/georgewhitefield00belciala

Bennett, Richard, Evangelicals Embark to Papal Rome, DVD107, a DVD.
"An account of the drastic departure from true evangelicalism the Nottingham Conference 1977 to March 1994 and Evangelicals and Catholics Together and much more by Richard Bennett and Michael de Semlyen narrated by Brian Haskin. This presentation highlights all the major apostasies of modern times. It also clearly gives the Gospel of the Lord's grace to His glory and for the salvation of souls." -- Publisher
http://archive.org/details/EvangelicalsEmbarkToPapalRome

*Bolton, Robert (1572-1631), and Thomas Goodwin (1600-1680), Bolton, Robert, The Carnal Professor and Thomas Goodwin, Christ Set Forth, ISBN: 1877611468 9781877611469. Alternate title: CHRIST SET FORTH IN HIS DEATH, RESURRECTION, ASCENSION, SITTING AT GOD'S RIGHT HAND, AND INTERCESSION / BY THOMAS GOODWIN. Available (CHRIST SET FORTH), in THE WORKS OF THOMAS GOODWIN, VOL. 1.
"The first 156 pages is a heart-searching treatise directed at those who profess Christianity without necessarily possessing it. Goodwin's 384 pages is directed toward those who have embraced the principles of Christ, but have neglected Christ Himself in all of His glory. Both authors are Puritans of great renown." -- CBD
The Works of Thomas Goodwin
http://archive.org/details/worksofthomasgoo01good

Bonar, Horatius (1808-1889), Light and Truth: or, Bible Thoughts and Themes. The Gospels (1871)
http://archive.org/details/MN41406ucmf_2

Bonar, Horatius (1808-1889), Words to the Winners of Souls (1870)
http://archive.org/details/pts_worldstothewinners_1687

Bonar, Marjory, Reminiscences of Andrew A. Bonar (1895)
http://archive.org/details/reminiscencesofa00bonauoft

Boston, Thomas (1677-1732), The Crook in the Lot: or, The Sovereignty and Wisdom of God in the Afflictions of men
http://archive.org/details/christiantreasur00memeuoft

Boston, Thomas (1677-1732), Memoirs of the Life, Times, and Writings, of the Rev. Thomas Boston, of Ettrick (1852)
http://archive.org/details/memoirsofthelife00bostuoft

Bridges, Charles (1794-1869), The Christian Ministry; With an Inquiry Into the Causes of its Inefficiency (1856)
http://archive.org/details/christianministr00briduoft

Bridge, William (1600?-1670), and Greenhill, William (1591-1671), The Works of the Rev. William Bridge (1845), vol. 1 of 5.
http://archive.org/details/worksofrevwillia01bridiala
Bridge, William, Works, vol. 2 of 5.
http://archive.org/details/worksofrevwillia02bridiala
Bridge, William, Works, vol. 3 of 5.
http://archive.org/details/worksofrevwillia03bridiala
Bridge William, Works, vol. 4 of 5.
http://archive.org/details/worksofrevwillia04bridiala
Bridge William, Works, vol. 5 of 5.
http://archive.org/details/worksofrevwillia05bridiala

Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664), The True Doctrine of Justification: In two Parts (1655)
http://archive.org/details/thetruedoctrineo00burguoft

Calvin, John, Christ the End of the Law: Being the Preface to the Geneva Bible of 1550 (1850)
http://archive.org/details/christendlawbei00calvgoog

Calvin, John (1509-1564), On God and Political Duty (1956)
http://archive.org/details/ongodpoliticaldu00calv

Chappell, Jennie, Susannah Spurgeon (d. 1903), Frances Ridley Havergal (1836-1879), Pundita Ramabai Sarasvati (1858-1922), and Emma Moss Booth-Tucker (1860-1903), Women who Have Worked and won: The Life-story of Mrs. Spurgeon, Mrs. Booth-Tucker, F.R. Havergal, and Pundita Ramabai Sarasvati
http://archive.org/details/womenwhohavework00chapuoft

Church of Scotland (Alexander Peterkin, editor), The Book of the Universal Kirk of Scotland. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive.
"THE BOOK OF THE UNIVERSAL KIRK OF SCOTLAND contains the earliest official records (acts and proceedings) of the Established Reformed Church in Scotland, covering the period from 1560 to 1616.
"Alexander Peterkin calls them 'the only sure and satisfactory memorials of the course of Ecclesiastical affairs in the times immediately succeeding the Reformation.'
"Lee, Clerk of the General Assembly in 1828 writes (regarding the originals), 'there is no difficulty in proving that the volumes in question were laid on the table of the General Assembly which met at Glasgow in 1638; and that they were pronounced by that Assembly to be true and authentic Registers of the Kirk of Scotland.'
"Concerning this copy of 'The Booke' ('for the first time fully printed from the copies in the Advocates' Library'), Lee further states that these records exhibit,

The real character of the internal government of this national church. They display the operation of the principles by which the first Reformers and their immediate successors were actuated. They demonstrate that these men were not more distinguished by zeal for the truth, than by loyalty to the head of the government, attachment to true principles, (I do not say of toleration -- for that was a term which they certainly did not employ or approve -- of religious liberty and civil subordination.
"They bear testimony to the strictness and impartiality of ancient discipline. They vindicate the character of those illustrious men whose names have been unjustly aspersed, but who, both by their doctrine and lives, -- by their unwearied exertions and their patient sufferings, -- left an example, not indeed or faultless excellence, but assuredly of the most noble, magnanimous, and fearless adherence to the standards of our constitution.
"These Registers also contain much that is capable of correcting erroneous representations of historical facts with regard to the internal state of the kingdom -- institutions, habits, and customs, as well as the morals of the people, and the spirit which was most prevalent at particular periods in various districts of the land . . . they prove, that from the very first moment, it was the determined object of the leaders of the Reformation, to establish such a Presbyterian Government, as was at last, with the utmost difficulty completed . . . they deserve to be preserved with care, as the most venerable remnants of a distant age -- as the earliest annuls of our infant church . . . of confessors and martyrs, who counted not their lives dear to them; and who when they thought it necessary, never shrunk from sealing their testimony with their blood . . . (they) present the seal and superscription of glory to God, and good will to man -- peace to the church, and happiness to the state." (pp. xi-xii).
"John Knox, the first name listed in the first record of the first General Assembly (in 1560), of course, plays a prominent role in much of what is recorded here." -- Publisher
Church of Scotland, Alexander Peterkin, The Booke of the Universall Kirk of Scotland: Wherein the Head is and Conclusion is Devys it be the Ministers and Commissionar is of the particular kirks thereof, are specially expressed and contained (1839)
http://archive.org/details/bookeofuniversal00chur

Dabney, Robert Lewis, and William Chalmers, Life of Lieut. Gen. Thomas J. Jackson (Stonewall Jackson), 2 volumes.
Life of Lieut. Gen. Thomas J. Jackson (Stonewall Jackson), 1864
http://archive.org/details/cu31924092912934

Eshleman, Henry Frank (1869-), Historic Background and Annals of the Swiss and German Pioneer Settlers of Southeastern Pennsylvania, and of Their Remote Ancestors, from the middle of the dark ages, down to the time of the revolutionary war; an authentic history, from original sources with particular reference to the German-Swiss Mennonites or Anabaptists, the Amish and other nonresistant sects (1917)
http://archive.org/details/historicbackgrou01eshl

Featley, Daniel (1582-1645), The Dippers Dipt, or, The Anabaptists Duck'd and Plung'd Over Head and Ears, at a Disputation in Southwark: Also a Large and Full Discourse of Their 1. Originall, 2. Severall Sorts, 3. Peculiar Errours, 4. High Attempts Against the State, 5. Capitall Punishments (1647) and Featley, Daniel (1582-1645), Orationes Synodicae: or Severall Speeches Delivered Before This Assembly of Divines, and Featley, Daniel (1582-1645), Warning for England Especially for London in the Famous History of the Frantick Anabaptists, and Wordsworth, William (1770-1850), Wordsworth Collection
http://archive.org/details/cu31924105429330

Fergusson, James (1621-1667), A Brief Refutation of the Errors of Tolleration, Erastianism, Independency and Separation. Delivered in some sermons from I Joh. 4. I [1 John 4:1]. Preach'd in the year 1652. To which are added four sermons preach'd on several occasions (1692)
http://archive.org/details/briefrefutationo00ferg

Flavel, John (c. 1630-1691), Husbandry Spiritualized: or, The Heavenly use of Earthly Things, in Which Husbandmen are . . . (1824). Available in (THE WORKS OF JOHN FLAVEL) on the Puritan Hard Drive.
Husbandry Spiritualized
http://archive.org/details/husbandryspirit00flavgoog

Flavel, John (1628-1691), The Works of John Flavel, 6 volumes.
Flavel, John, The Whole Works of John Flavel, Late Minister of the Gospel at Dartmouth, Devon (1820), vol. 1 of 6.
http://archive.org/details/wholeworksofjohn01flav

Ford, Paul Leicester (1865-1902), The New-England Primer; A History of its Origin and Development; With a Reprint of the Unique Copy of the Earliest Known Edition and many facsimile illustrations and reproductions (1897)
http://archive.org/details/newenglandprimer00ford

Foxe, John (1516-1587), Stephen Reed Cattley (editor), George Townsend (1788-1857), The Acts and Monuments of John Foxe: A New and Complete Edition: With a Preliminary Dissertation, by the Rev. George Townsend (1837), vol. 1 of 8.
http://archive.org/details/actsmonumentsofj01foxe

Fraser, James (of Brea, 1639-1698), Memoirs of the Life of the Very Reverend Mr. James Fraser, of Brea 1639-1698: Written by Himself (1798)
http://archive.org/details/memoirslifevery00frasgoog

Free Church of Scotland, General Assembly, and Westminster Assembly (1643-1652), The Subordinate Standards: And Other Authoritative Documents of the Free Church of Scotland (1859)
http://archive.org/details/subordinatestand00unknuoft

Gibson, William, The Year of Grace: A History of the Revival in Ireland, A.D. 1859 (1860)
http://archive.org/details/yeargraceahisto01gibsgoog

Gill, John, A Brief Memoir of the Life and Writings of the Late Rev. John Gill, D.D. (1838)
http://www.archive.org/details/briefmemoiroflif00ripp

Goodwin, Thomas (1600-1680), The Works of Thomas Goodwin, vol. 1 of 12.
http://archive.org/details/worksofthomasgoo01good

Graham, George (Bishop of Orkney), The Reasons Agreed Upon by the Reformers of the Church of Scotland, for Which the Book of Common-Prayer, Urged Upon Scotland, Anno 1637, was Refused: As Also the Reasons Agreed Upon by the Assembly of Divines at Westminster, for Laying Aside the English Book of Common-Prayer (1744)
http://archive.org/details/reasonsagreedupo00grah

Gregory, William L.S. (W.L.S.G.), The Trial of Antichrist, Otherwise, The Man of Sin, for High Treason Against the Son of God, 1830. Available on the Puritan Hard Drive. Available on Reformation Bookshelf CD #17.
"The Pope is charged with High Treason against the King of Heaven, for usurping his Supremacy, dignified Titles, Power, etc. The indictment goes as far back as the year 606, when he first was acknowledged as the Universal Bishop, and some of the principal circumstances recorded in History from that time to the present are brought forward to support the charge. The form of a State Trial is almost if not altogether constantly attended to, and such legal phrases used, as to keep up the idea of a Court of Justice." -- Preface
The Trial of Antichrist
http://archive.org/details/trialofantichris00gregiala

Hall, Thomas (1610-1665), The Beauty of Magistracy: In an Exposition of the 82 Psalm (1660)
"Many anabaptistical cavils are confuted. . . ."
http://archive.org/details/beautyofmagistra00hall

Haldane, Alexander (1800-1882), Memoirs of the Lives of Robert Haldane of Airthrey, and of his Brother, James Alexander Haldane (1853)
http://archive.org/details/memoirslivesrob00haldgoog

Houston, Thomas (1803-1882), Thomas Houston, The Intercession of Christ
http://archive.org/details/ThomasHoustonTheIntercessionOfChrist

Howe, John (1630-1705), The Whole Works of the Rev. John Howe, M.A., With a Memoir of the Author (1822), vol. 1 of 8.
http://archive.org/details/wholeworksofrevj01howeuoft

Hutchinson, Daniel Falloon, The two Extremes of Dissent: The Heresy of the Anabaptists and Others, and its Dreadful Results: To Which is added, the Schism of His Grace, the Most Reverend John Joseph Lynch, D.D., Romish Archbishop in Toronto (1879)
http://archive.org/details/cihm_13200

Knox, John (1505-1572), An Answere to a Great Number of Blasphemous Cavillations Written by an Anabaptist, and Adversarie to God's Eternall Predestination (1591). Alternate title: AGAINST AN ANABAPTIST: IN DEFENSE OF PREDESTINATION and AN ANSWER TO A GREAT NUMBER OF BLASPHEMOUS CAUILLATIONS WRITTEN BY AN ANABAPTIST, AND ADVERSARIE TO GODS ETERNAL PREDESTINATION. AND CONFUTED BY JOHN KNOX, MINISTER OF GODS WORDE IN SCOTLAND. WHEREIN THE AUTHOR SO DISCOVERETH THE CRAFT AND FALSHOOD OF THE SECT, THAT THE GODLY KNOWING THAT ERROR, MAY BE CONFIRMED IN THE TRUETH BY THE EVIDENT WORDE OF GOD.
"Boettner, in his REFORMED DOCTRINE OF PREDESTINATION, calls PREDESTINATION Knox's 'chief theological work.'
"Curt Daniel calls this 'Knox's major theological work.' Moreover, he states that this is 'more than a short answer (to the Anabaptist -- RB, 468 pages)." -- Publisher
http://archive.org/details/answeretogreatnu00knox

Knox, John (1505-1572), The Execution of Servetus for Blasphemy, Heresy, Obstinate Anabaptism, Defended
Available in THE WORKS OF JOHN KNOX (1846), volume 5.
http://archive.org/details/worksofjohnknox05knox
The Execution of Servetus for Blasphemy, Heresy, Obstinate Anabaptism, Defended
http://books.google.com/books?id=jHwXHAAACAAJ&ie=ISO-8859-1&output=html

Kuyper, Abraham (1837-1920), and Henri De Vries (1847-1932), The Work of the Holy Spirit (1900)
http://archive.org/details/workofholyspirit00kuyp

Law, William (1686-1761), The Works of the Reverend William Law (1892), vol. 1 of 6.
http://archive.org/details/worksofreverendw01laww

*Lyford, William (1598-1653), The Plain Mans Senses Exercised to Discern Both Good and Evill: Or, A Discovery of the Errors, Heresies and Blasphemies of These Times, and the toleration of them as they are collected and testified against by the ministers of London, in their testimony to the truth of Jesus Christ, 1657. Alternate title: TESTIMONY TO THE TRUTH OF JESUS CHRIST AND OUR SOLEMN LEAGUE AND COVENANT.
This is a detailed refutation of Anabaptist error.
Sundry Ministers of London, Testimony to the Truth of Jesus Christ and our Solemn League and Covenant
http://archive.org/details/plainmanssensese00lyfo
Sundry Ministers of London, Testimony to the Truth of Jesus Christ and our Solemn League and Covenant, 1647
http://www.truecovenanter.com/anti_toleration/testimony_truth.html

Machen, J. Gresham (1881-1937), The Origin of Paul's Religion (1921)
http://archive.org/details/originofpaulsrel00mach

Machiavelli, Niccol? (1469-1527), Ellis Farneworth (d. 1763), Frederick II (King of Prussia, [1712-1786], Anti-Machiavel), and John Adams (1735-1826), The Works of Nicholas Machiavel: Translated From the Originals: Illustrated With Notes, Annotations, Dissertations, and Several new Plans on the art of war (1775)
Includes the Anti-Machiavel of Frederick II, King of Prussia.
http://archive.org/details/worksofnicholasm02mach
Frederick the Great's ANTI-MACHIAVEL
http://www.geocities.com/danielmacryan/antimac.html

McDowell, John (1780-1863), Theology, in a Series of Sermons in the Order of the Westminster Shorter Catechism (1826), vol. 1 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/theologyinseries01mcdo
McDowell, Theology, in a Series of Sermons in the Order of the Westminster Shorter Catechism (1826), vol. 2 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/theologyinserie02mcdo

M'Crie, Thomas (1797-1875), The Early Years of John Calvin: A Fragment, 1509-1536 (1880)
http://archive.org/details/earlyyearsofjohn00mcri

M'Crie (McCrie), Thomas (1772-1835), and Thomas McCrie (1797-1875), The Works of Thomas M'Crie, D.D. (1855), vol. 1 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/worksofmccrie01mccruoft
McCrie, Thomas The Works of Thomas M'Crie, D.D. (1855), vol. 2 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/worksofmccrie02mccruoft
McCrie, Thomas The Works of Thomas M'Crie, D.D. (1855), vol. 3 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/theworksofmccrie03mccruoft
McCrie, Thomas The Works of Thomas M'Crie, D.D. (1855), vol. 4 of 4.
http://archive.org/details/theworksofmccrie04mccruoft

Murray, Andrew (1828-1917), With Christ in the School of Prayer: Thoughts on our Training for the Ministry of Intercession (1885)
http://archive.org/details/cihm_11325

Mitchell, A.W., Monitory Letters to Church Members (1855)
http://archive.org/details/monitoryletterst00phil
Letters to Church Members (1855)
http://www.westminsterconfession.org/literature/godly-living.php

Monergism: Commentaries
From monergism.com search "commentaries."
http://www.monergism.com

Nimmo, James (1645-1709), Narrative of Mr. James Nimmo Written for his own Satisfaction to Keep in Some Remembrance the Lord's way Dealing and Kindness Towards him, 1645-1709 (1889)
http://archive.org/details/narrativeofmrjam00nimmrich

Newcomb, Harvey (1803-1863), A Practical Directory for Young Christian Females: Being a Series of Letters from a Brother to a Younger Sister
http://archive.org/details/apracticaldirect17934gut

Owen, John (1616-1683), William H. Goold, and Andrew Thomson (1814-1901), Life of Dr Owen, in volume 1 of 16 of THE WORKS OF JOHN OWEN.
http://archive.org/details/worksofjohnowe185001owen

Paton, J.B. (John Brown, 1830-1911), Percy William Bunting, Sir (b. 1836), Alfred E. Garvie (1861-1945), and William Henry Bennett (1855-1920), Christ and Civilization: A Survey of the Influence of the Christian Religion Upon the Course of Civilization (1910)
Social ideals in the Old Testament / by W.H. Bennett | The Christian ideal revealed in Jesus / by Alfred E. Garvie | The preparation for the Christian ideal in the Gentile environment of the primitive church / by C. Franklin Angus | The Christian ideal as realized in the primitive church / by J. Vernon Bartlet | The factors in the expansion of the Christian church / by James Orr | The influence of the Christian church upon the Roman Empire / by H.H. Scullard | The influence of the Christian Church on the social and ethical development of the Middle Ages / by H.B. Workman | The social principles and effects of the Reformation / by H. Andrews | The Evangelical revival and philanthropy / by Thomas Cuming Hall | Christianity and the French Revolution / by J. Holland Rose | The social influence of Christianity as illustrated by modern foreign missions / by James S. Dennis | Modern scientific and philosophic thought regarding human society / by Henry Jones
http://archive.org/details/christcivilizati00patorich

Preston, John (1587-1628), The Golden Sceptre Held Forth to the Humble
http://www.archive.org/details/TheGoldenSceptreHeldForthToTheHumble

Princeton Theological Seminary, Catalogue of the Library of Princeton Theological Seminary (1886)
http://archive.org/details/cataloguelibrar72librgoog

Princeton Theological Seminary, Translators of the King James Bible Version of 1611
http://archive.org/details/TranslatorsOfTheKingJamesBibleVersionOf1611

Pulanski, Adam, Biblical Counseling Manual
http://ntslibrary.com/christian-counseling-books.htm

Queensborough, Lady, and Edith Starr Miller, Occult Theocracy (1933)
A polemic by secular authors.
http://archive.org/details/OccultTheocracy

Russen, David, Fundamentals Without Foundation: or, A True Picture of the Anabaptists in Their Rise, Progress and Practice (1703)
http://archive.org/details/fundamentalswith00russ

Reading, John (1588-1667), Anabaptism Routed, or, A Survey of the Controverted Points: Together With a Particular Answer to all That is Addeadged in Favour of the Anabaptists, by Dr. Jer. Taylor, in his Book, Called, The Liberty of Prophesying (1655)
http://archive.org/details/anabaptismrouted00read

Rilliet, Albert (1809-1883), and William King Tweedie (1803-1863, editor and translator), Calvin and Servetus: The Reformer's Share in the Trial of Michael Servetus Historically Ascertained. (1846)
http://archive.org/details/calvinservetusre00rill

Semlyen, Michael De, and Richard Bennett, Papal Rome and the European Union by Michael de Semlyen and Richard Bennett
http://archive.org/details/ArticleByMichaelDeSemlyenAndRichardBennett_51

Shedd, William Greenough Thayer (1820-1894), The Proposed Revision of the Westminster Standards (1890)
http://archive.org/details/proposedrevision00shed

Shepard, Thomas (1605-1649), and John A. Albro (1799-1866), The Works of Thomas Shepard, First Pastor of the First Church, Cambridge, Mass.: With a Memoir of his Life and Character (1853), vol. 1 of 3.
http://archive.org/details/worksofthomasshe01shep

Smyth, Thomas (1808-1873), Calvin and his Enemies: A Memoir of the Life, Character and Principles of John Calvin
http://archive.org/details/calvinhisenemies00smytuoft

Smyth, Thomas (1808-1873), Calvin Defended: A Memoir of the Life, Character, and Principles of John Calvin (1909)
http://archive.org/details/calvindefendedme00smyt

Smyth, Thomas (1808-1873), Complete Works (1908), vol. 1 of 10.
http://archive.org/details/completeworks01smytuoft

Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), Around the Wicket Gate; or, A Friendly Talk With Seekers Concerning Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ (1890)
http://archive.org/details/aroundwicketgate00spur

Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), First Healing and Then Service: and Other Sermons Preached in 1885 (1891)
http://archive.org/details/firsthealing00spuruoft

*Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), The Gospel of the Kingdom: A Popular Exposition of the Gospel According to Matthew.
"First published in 1893, this devotional exposition contains fervent and practical admonitions based on the text." -- Cyril J. Barber
The Gospel of the Kingdom. A Popular Exposition of the Gospel According to Matthew (1893)
http://archive.org/details/cu31924029340720

Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), John Ploughman's Pictures; or, More of his Plain Talk for Plain People (1896)
http://archive.org/details/johnploughmansp00spurgoog

Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), John Ploughman's Talk: or, Plain Advice for Plain People.
http://archive.org/details/johnploughmanst00spurgoog

Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), The Present Truth, a Collection of Sermons (1883)
http://archive.org/details/presenttruthaco00spurgoog

Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), The Saint and his Saviour; or, The Progress of the Soul in the Knowledge of Jesus (1880)
http://archive.org/details/saintandhissavi00spurgoog

Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), Sermons of Rev. C.H. Spurgeon of London, 1854, vol. 1 of 19.
http://archive.org/details/sermonsofrevch01spur

Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), Spurgeon's gems Being Brilliant Passages From the Discourses of the Rev. C.H. Spurgeon (1858)
http://archive.org/details/spurgeonsgemsbei00spur

Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), C.H. Spurgeon's Prayers (1905)
http://archive.org/details/chspurgeonspraye00spur

Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), Storm Signals: Being a Collection of Sermons Preached on Sunday and Thursday Evenings at the Metropolitan Tabernacle (1885)
http://archive.org/details/stormsignalsbein00spur

Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), The Sword and the Trowel
http://archive.org/details/swordandtrowel00spurgoog

Spurgeon, C.H. (1834-1892), Twelve Soul-winning Sermons, Delivered at the Metropolitan Tabernacle, 1854.
http://archive.org/details/twelvesoulwinnin00spur

Stevenson, Mark R., Early Brethren Leaders and the Question of Calvinism
http://archive.org/details/EarlyBrethrenLeadersAndTheQuestionOfCalvinismByMarkR.Stevenson

Stewart (Steuart), James (1635-1715), Jus populi vindicatum, or, The Peoples Right to Defend Themselves and Their Covenanted Religion Vindicated: Being a Full Reply to the First Part of the Survey of Naphtali &c. (1669)
http://archive.org/details/juspopulivindica00stew

Stiglitz, Joseph, The Vicious Circle of Inequality
"With the richest 1 percent of Americans controlling an estimated 40 percent of the country's wealth, Stiglitz argues against the vicious circle of inequality. Stiglitz offers his plan for changing the current fiscal and budgetary policies.
"Joseph Stiglitz is a Nobel Prize Winner in Economics, a Professor at Columbia University and author of THE PRICE OF INEQUALITY: HOW TODAY'S DIVIDED SOCIETY ENDANGERS OUR FUTURE. Joan Walsh is Editor at Large at Salon.com and the moderator." -- Joseph Stiglitz in The Price of Inequality
http://archive.org/details/TheViciousCircleOfInequality

Taylor, Howard (1862-1946), and Mrs. Howard Taylor, Hudson Taylor [1832-1905], and the China Inland Mission: The Growth of a Work of God (1918)
http://archive.org/details/hudsontaylorchin00tayl

Tocqueville, Alexis de (1805-1859), Democracy in America, vol. 1 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/democracyinameri00815gut
Tocqueville, Alexis de (1805-1859), Democracy in America, vol. 2 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/democracyinameri00816gut

Vincent, Thomas (1634-1678), Christ's Sudden and Certain Appearance to Judgment. (1823)
http://archive.org/details/christssuddencer00vinc

Vincent, Thomas (1634-1678), God's Terrible Voice in the City: Wherein are set Forth the Sound of the Voice, in a Narration of the two Dreadful Judgements of Plague and Fire, Inflicted Upon the City of London, in the Years 1665, and 1666
http://archive.org/details/101165066.nlm.nih.gov

Wesley, John, On the Death of the Rev. Mr. George Whitefield, Sermon 53 (text of the 1872 edition)
http://www.ccel.org/w/wesley/sermons/sermons-html/serm-053.html

Whitecross, Jonathan, Illustrations of the Shorter Catechism for Children and Youth (1864), Jonathan Cross [Whitecross -- compiler]
http://archive.org/details/illustrationsoft01crosuoft

Wilberforce, William (1759-1833), A Practical View of the Prevailing Religious System of Professed Christians, in the Higher and Middle Classes, Contrasted With Real Christianity (1820), and Flavel, John (c. 1630-1691), Touchstone of Sincerity, or Trial of True and False Religion
http://archive.org/details/practicalviewofp00wil

Willis, R., Servitus and Calvin, a Study of an Important Epoch in the Early History of the Reformation (1877)
Subject: Calvin, John, 1509-1564; Servetus, Michael, 1511?-1553.
http://archive.org/details/servituscalvinst00willuoft

Witsius, Herman (1636-1708), Sacred Dissertations: On What is Commonly Called the Apostles' Creed (1823), vol. 1 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/sacreddissertat02witsgoog
Witsius, Sacred Dissertations: On what is Commonly Called the Apostles' Creed, vol. 2 of 2.
http://archive.org/details/sacreddissertat01witsgoog

Wylie, J.A. (1808-1890), The History of Protestantism (1902), vol. 1 of 3.
http://archive.org/details/historyofprotes01wyli
Wylie, The history of Protestantism, vol. 2 of 3.
http://archive.org/details/historyofprotes02wyli
Wylie, The history of Protestantism, vol. 3 of 3.
http://archive.org/details/historyofprotes03wyli



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Classic Christian Fiction of Martha Finley (The Elsie Series, The Mildred Series, and Other Works

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Fiction for Boys by George Henty

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Classic Christian Fiction by George Macdonald

See: Classic Christian Fiction by George MacDonald
E-text is available at this link for many of George Macdonald's works.
http://www.lettermen2.com/bcrr11ch.html#cfbgm


Other Christian Fiction

Wiggin, Kate Douglas Smith (1856-1923), Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1913), [appears to be REBECCA OF SUNNYBROOK FARM: THE CHILD]
http://archive.org/details/cihm_990240


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