Original Intent: The Courts, the Constitution
& ReligionAn essential resource for
anyone interested in our nation's religious heritage and the Founders' intended
role for the American judicial system. Original Intent combines hundreds of
quotes from primary sources with the author's expositi..
Who is man before God? Do we truly understand the results of sin and our fallen nature, or the scope of God's forgiveness? Previously published as Gleanings in the Scripture, Pink's exhaustive study provides you with a deeper and clearer understanding of the Almighty's amazing love toward ..
Prayer by John BunyanIn this amazing book, John
Bunyan defines prayer as the "sincere, sensible, affectionate pouring out
of the soul to God, through Christ, in the power of the Holy Spirit, for such
things as He has promised, for the good of the church with submission in faith
to the will of Go..
This is a very scarce book
of quotes from the writings and sermons of that great Puritan Thomas Brooks
which were compiled by Charles Spurgeon, a great lover of the Puritans. In his
preface to the book, Spurgeon wrote: "As a writer, Brooks scatters stars with
both his hands. He has dust of gold:..
You never have to tell a child to grow any more than you would tell a
plant to grow. But Paul does tell Christian men and women to grow, and
he commends them when they grow. Why? Because believers are not plants,
but men and women with wills that can either further or hinder their
The revival of the Church seems to be closely connected with the condition of its ministry. Bridges sub-titled the study of the Christian Ministry, 'An Inquiry into the Causes of its Inefficiency', and, rightly used, it is well suited to promote a faithful and effective ministry.The Christian Minist..
Thomas Boston (1676-1732) was a remarkable Scottish theologian and pastor. His Works run to 12 volumes and contain some lengthy theological treatises. But Boston also wrote brief, very accessible, and pastoral books, and chief among these is the quaintly titled, The Crook in the Lot: The Sovereignty..
In this book, the author discusses some of the dangers that can be
associated with an indulgence in sin. Most people are oblivious to these
dangers; or, perhaps they are willingly ignorant of these dangers; or,
perhaps they have no fear of God or judgment, or the impending wrath of
Dawkins Delusion Exposed by Chris EcksteinThere is a 75% chance that a
creation-professing student will denounce that faith within one year at a
secular college or university. Do you want to take that chance? Read this book
and you won't have to. "I had many questions about the competing
Generally, in Scripture there is clearly distinguished two different
kinds of fear. There is “godly fear” (Heb. 12:28), which is the effect
of faith. It is not that of a slave, but of a son. Then there is servile
fear, which is the product of doubt. The former leads to hope, as
relying on Go..
Freedom of the Will by Jonathan EdwardsOne of America's preeminent philosophical theologians, Jonathan Edwards (1703–58) was a central figure in New England's first Great Awakening. Famed for his stirring sermons, Edwards remains a significant influence on modern religion, and this in-depth a..