by Herman Hoeksema (Author) "And whosoever will, let him take the water of life freely" (Rev. 22:17). Hoeksema refutes the common misinterpretation of this phrase and pastorally brings home to the believer its rich, personal meaning, explaining the doctrine of sovereign, particular gr..
by John Gill (Author)In this work, John Gill argues for the existence and characteristics of the triune God. These arguments are all given from a heavily Calvinist perspective but he uses a lot of scripture to back up his claims. He also argues that the character of God is shown through hi..
by John Gill In A Body of Doctrinal Divinity, John Gill argues for the existence and characteristics of the triune God. These arguments are all given from a heavily Calvinist perspective but he uses a lot of scripture to back up his claims. He also argues that the character of God is ..
by John GillIn his book, A Body of Practical Divinity, John Gill presents his beliefs on the worship of God. The first section of his text features advice to Christians participating in internal worship. According to Gill, the worshippers should experience thankfulness, humility, and self-denia..
Abraham Booth (1734-1806) was a confessional particular baptist pastor in England. He wrote “An Essay on the Kingdom of Christ” in 1783 as a commentary on the Church of England. His essay builds upon an inherited foundation of baptist covenant theology known today as 1689 Federalism.In Booth’s essay..
by James M. Pendleton (Author)A look at the nature, officers, doctrines, ordinances, government, discipline, and duties of a Baptist church organization.ISBN-10 : 0805425101ISBN-13 : 978-0805425109..
This book has been the means of convincing a large number of pedobaptists of the validity of the Baptist position of immersion as the proper mode of baptism, and not that of baptismal regeneration and infant baptism.Author: F. M. IamsPublisher: Baptist BookshelfYear: 1994Number of Pages: 223Format: ..
“This study illustrates tensions between Particular and Strict Baptists during the first quarter of Queen Victoria’s reign. Two hitherto untapped sources of Baptist history are explored: the Minutes of the London Association of Strict Baptist Ministers and Churches (LASBMC), 1846-1855 and the Ramsga..
Our Lord and the New Testament writers neither coined this word nor employed it in any unusual sense. Before their time it was in common use, of well understood signification, and subject like any other word to varied employment, according to the established laws of language. That is, it might be us..