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Biblical/Commentary/Textual Aids

Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary
1897 Easton's Bible Dictionary
Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary on the Whole Bible
Nave's Topical Bible
Torrey's New Topical Textbook
John Nelson Darby's Synopsis to the Books of the Bible
Jamieson-Fausset-Brown Commentary
Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
John Wesley's Notes on the Bible
Early Church Fathers
Hebrew and Greek Interlinear Bible
Strong's Number System
Institutes of the Christian Religion
Bible Gateway and CrossSearch
Geneva Bible Notes
Bible Downloads
   English and Foreign Languages
   Biblical Languages
   Ancient Translations
Reformed Sermons On-Line
   On-Line Sermons
   Audio Sermons
South Woods Baptist Church
   On-Line Sermons (includes RealAudio Sermons)

On-Line Theological Journals

The Founders Journal
The Sword and the Trowel
The Christian Statesman
Westminster Theological Journal
The Reformed Witness
Protestant Reformed Theological Journal
      Archived On-Line Issues
The Standard Bearer
Reformation Today Magazine
Modern Reformation
Revival and Reformation Journal
The Baptist Standard Bearer


The Attributes of God, by A. W. Pink

The Contemplation of God
The Faithfulness of God
The Goodness of God
The Immutability of God
The Knowledge of God
The Mercy of God
The Solitariness of God
The Supremacy of God
The Lovingkindness of God
The Love of God to Us

A Fourfold Salvation, by A. W. Pink

Chapter 1:   Salvation from the Pleasure of Sin
Chapter 2:   Salvation from the Penalty of Sin
Chapter 3:   Salvation from the Power of Sin
Chapter 4:   Salvation from the Presence of Sin

The Bible

Divine Inspiration for the Bible by A. W. Pink

Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14

Inspiration of The Scriptures As Believed By Baptists by B.H. Carroll


History:   Church/Baptist

History of the Christian Church, 8 volumes
by Philip Schaff

History of the Christian Church

A History of the Baptists
Professor of Christian History in The Baptist Bible Institute, New Orleans, Louisiana

Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
Chapter 16
Chapter 17
Chapter 18
Chapter 19
Chapter 20
Chapter 21


Controversial Issues within/about the Body of Christ

Ernest C. Reisinger:

A History of Dispensationalism in America
Behind the Lordship Controversy
Lordship, Non-Lordship and Dispensationalism
Lordship and Regeneration
On Coming to Christ, Part 1
On Coming to Christ, Part 2
The Priority of Doctrinal Preaching


B.H. Carroll

Ecclesia-The Church

Dr. J.P. Boyce

The Local, Visible Ekklesia


Doctrines of Grace

John Newton, 1762

More than a Calvinist

Bible Verses On:
   Total Depravity
   Unconditional Election
   Limited Atonement
   Irresistable Grace


Predestination: The Heart of the Gospel
   by Herman Hoeksema
Doctrine of Particular Election and Final Perseverence
   by Isaac Backus
The Sovereign Decrees of God
   by Isaac Backus
A Defense of Calvinism
   by Charles Spurgeon
The Converserving Power of the Doctrines of Grace
   by Tom J. Nettles
An Antidote Against Arminianism
   by Christopher Ness
The Bible Doctrine of Election
   by James Pedigru Boyce
A Treatise on Grace and Free Will
   by Aurelius Augustin Bishop of Hippo



Objections Answered to the Doctrines of Grace


Objections to God's Sovereignty Answered
   by Arthur W. Pink
Is Individual Election to Salvation Taught in Romans Nine?
   by Matt Perman
Sufficient for All?
   by Jim Ellis
What Should We Think of Evangelism and Calvinism?
   by Ernest Reisinger
The Doctrines of Grace Do Not Lead to Sin
   by Charles Spurgeon


The Importance of Christian Scholarship
by J. Gresham Machen


Theological/Resource Charts

Calvinism and Arminianism Compared
Lutheranism and Arminianism Compared
Three Views on Predestination
   Non-Augustinianism | Semi-Augustinianism | Augustinianism
J. M. Carroll's "Trail of Blood"   IE4+ (DHTML) | NN3+
The Trinity
Jewish Calendar/Holidays
Hebrew and Greek Transliteration Charts
Dates in the Apostle Paul's Life
Three Millennial Views
   Postmillenialism | Historic Premillenialism | Dispensational
Ten Commandments in 10 parallel versions
Two Views of the Atonement
   Free Grace | Free Will
A Summary of Positions
   Classical Apologetics | Evidentialism | Presuppositionalism | 
   Reformed Epistemology


The Founders On-Line


Abstract of Systematic Theology
Audio Sermon of the Week!
Complete Tape Listing from Founders Conferences
Founders ONLINE CD, containing the complete Founders ONLINE web site plus 30 hours of audio from
previous Founders Conferences!

From the Protestant Reformation to the Southern Baptist Convention
by Thomas K. Ascol
News Release of this book

Southern Baptist Sermons on Sovereignty and Responsibility
by Thomas J. Nettles

Reforming A Local Church
Read this book on-line
by Ernest C. Reisinger

What Should We Think of Evangelism and Calvinism?
by Ernest C. Reisinger

Can I embrace the doctrines of grace as seen in the five points of Calvinism and still remain passionately evangelistic! If I become a Calvinist, will I be destined to join the cold, calculated, doctrinally dull, "frozen chosen"?  Obviously, the questions we have just posed are somewhat degrading in their nature and intent. A much higher consideration would be; are these doctrines true! But, let's be honest about our fears and prejudices. As a pastor, I must know what my motivation is, not only for evangelism but for the whole of ministry to which I have committed my life. If God has sovereignly ordained before the foundation of the world those who will be saved, what difference do my efforts mate! I suspect that many who read this booklet are struggling as I did with this very issue.



The Trail of Blood

This is J. M. Carroll's work on Baptist heritage.  This is the Landmark Baptist perspective on church history and is greatly flawed because of Mr. Carroll's careless use of groups that only claim a Baptist lineage.  You will find His Chart here with explanation.

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A Primer on Baptist History: The True Baptist Trail

This is, we think, a more accurate account of Baptist history than that of the Baptist successionists. This author, Chris Traffansted, suggests that the modern Baptist denomination originated in England and Holland in the early seventeenth century, with its roots in the Reformation.


Baptists: The Only Thorough Religious Reformers

This John Q. Adams was not the famous founding father of America, but an American Baptist pastor who was a contemporary of C.H. Spurgeon. He met Spurgeon in London, August, 1868, and Spurgeon informed him that he had used 'Baptists, The Only Thorough Reformers as a text book in his Pastor's College, regarding it as the best Manual of Baptist principles he had met.

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