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baptist and reformed books

An on-going project of The Reformed Reader is to present authors of Baptist and Reformed books, miscellaneous works and on-line biographies.  A much needed resource for Baptists in the 21st century is a return to the "old paths" of our historic Baptist heritage rich in the Reformed faith.  Along with the "old paths", Reformed Baptist authors of our present time will be presented here as well as introducing authors less known but who are committed to the continuity of the Reformed Baptist faith.

 

 

16th Century
John Foxe

17th Century
Richard Baxter
John Bunyan
Benjamin Coxe
Benjamin Keach
Roger Williams
J.L. Reynolds
William Carey

18th Century
John Newton
John Gill
Jonathan Edwards

19th Century
John L. Dagg
James P. Boyce
John A. Broadus
Basil Manly, Sr.
Basil Manly, Jr.
Asahel Nettleton
Adoniram Judson
A. T. Pierson
James Pendleton
Patrick H. Mell
Charles Spurgeon
James R. Graves
Jeremiah Bell Jeter
R.B.C. Howell
Eleazer Savage
Octavius Winslow

20th Century
Ernest C. Reisinger
Tom Ascol
Thomas Nettles
Phil Newton
Walter J. Chantry

If religious books are not widely circulated among the masses in this country, I do not know what is going to become of us as a nation. If truth be not diffused, then error will be. If God and His Word are not known and received, the devil and his works will gain the ascendency. If the evangelical volume does not reach every hamlet, the pages of a corrupt and licentious literature will. If the power of the gospel is not felt throughout the length and breadth of this land, anarchy and misrule, degradation and misery, corruption and darkness will reign without mitigation or end.

—Daniel Webster

Baptist & Reformed Publications/Publishers

Founders Journal
BorderStone Press
Reformed Baptist Academic Press
Reformed Baptist Theological Review
Baptist Historical Society
The Baptist Standard Bearer
Reformed Baptist Theological Review
The Master's Seminary Journal

A Reformed Baptist Manifesto

Baptist & Reformed Booksellers

South Woods Bookstore
Founders Press
Solid Ground Books
Cumberland Valley Book Service
Alpha and Omega Ministries
Trinity Book Service

 

 

Theologians of the Baptist Tradition
Baptists' Timothy George and David S. Dockery update and substantially reshape their classic book in an effort to preserve and discover the Baptists' “underappreciated contribution to Christianity's theological heritage.” George and Dockery have re-arranged this volume—considerably abbreviated from the seven-hundred page first edition—in light of the Southern Baptist identity controversy.  "Baptists should read this book to gain a better sense of who they are, others to discover an under appreciated contribution to Christianity's theological heritage".

—Mark Knoll, Wheaton College

 

The Baptists
K
ey People involved in forming a Baptist Identity
Thomas Nettles

From John Spilsbury to William Carey we are taken on an enlightening journey through the origin and expansion of the Baptist Church.

 

Amazing Grace
The History and Theology of Calvinism

Dr. R.C. Sproul, Dr. D. James Kennedy, Dr. George Grant, Dr. Stephen Mansfield, Dr. Thomas Ascol, Dr. Thomas Nettles, Dr. Roger Schultz, Pastor Walt Chantry, Dr. Joe Morecraft, Dr. Ken Talbot, Pastor Walter Bowie and Dr. R.C. Sproul and many others!

Come learn what the great Baptist preacher C.H. Spurgeon meant when he said, “…to deny Calvinism is to deny the gospel of Jesus Christ.”

 
 
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