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The Making of the Protestant Reformation

Theses on Martin Luther Against the Self-Indulgences of the Modern Church  article by Carl Trueman October 2012

Luther vs. Erasmus on Freewill

The Manifesto of the Reformation-Luther vs. Erasmus on Freewill

Luther was the leading figure that God used in order to bring the light of the gospel back into the Church. Wherever the gospel is preached however, controversy will ensue. This was so true concerning what Luther had to deal with after he began to preach the gospel. Nevertheless, he stood his ground, even against such men as Erasmus.

Therefore if one would like a summary of the issues between Luther and Erasmus, one can download this short PDF that gives a brief description of Luther's interactions with Erasmus.

Contemporary Essays on Reformed Theology

Jesus Teaches that Regeneration Precedes Faith  by John Hendryx

Evangelism and the Reformed Faith  by Rev. David Engelsma

The Law and the New Covenant  by Sam E. Waldron

Practical Lessons from the Reformation  (Audio)

Old Paths -J. C. Ryle

The Illusion of a Gentleman God  by Robert Bernecker

Free ebook-Justification and Regeneration  by Charles Leiter (921 Kb)

Did Old Covenant Saints Have the Holy Spirit  Pt 1 by Tom Nettles

Did Old Covenant Saints Have the Holy Spirit  Pt 2 by Tom Nettles

“Problematic Texts” for Definite Atonement in the Pastoral and General Epistles  by Thomas R. Schreiner

Effectual Calling  by William Macleod

Free eBook - The Doctrine of the Atonement as Taught by Jesus Himself  by Rev. George Smeaton, D.D. [ or Epub formats]

The Five Points  by Stephen Rees

Five Doctrines of Divine Grace  by Stanford E. Murrell [Pdf 396 Kb]

Does the Bible Teach the Doctrine of Original Sin?  by Sam Storms

Richard Barcellos’ Short Writings on Covenant Theology

Richard Barcellos’ Short Writings on the Law

Of What Use is the Law? Three purposes

Divine Election  (MP3) by Dr. James Montgomery Boice

The Difference Between the Two Covenants--John Owen*

John Owen ((This is a slightly revised version of Owen’s exposition taken from Nehemiah Coxe and John Owen, Covenant Theology from Adam to Christ (Palmdale, CA: RBAP, 2005) and is used with permission. The footnotes are the ones in the Coxe/Owen volume. Those bracketed with [ ] were provided by the editors of the Coxe/Owen volume.))

A Typical Objection to the Covenant of Works  by Richard C. Barcellos

A Brief Overview of Seventeenth-Century Reformed Orthodox Federalism  by Richard C. Barcellos, Ph.D.* (Chapter 1)

Faith Alone Is The Instrument Of Justification and Salvation

Justification by Faith Alone  by Joel R. Beeke

Justification Salvation is by Grace Through Faith  by J.I. Packer

Martin Luther on Freewill

There are only two Religions in the Whole World  by John G. Reisinger

Sola Fide: Justification by Faith Alone  (Sermon: London Baptist Confession) by Sonny Hernandez

Reformed Baptist Covenant Theology  by Sam Renihan and Micah Renihan

Free e-books on Reformed Theology



Refutation of New Perspectives on Paul


Phil Johnson on N. T. Wright

A Defense of the Old Perspective on Paul What Did St. Paul Really Say?  by Phil Johnson

Tabletalk-What N. T. Wright Really Said

An Overview and Critique of the New Perspective on Paul's Doctrine of Justification  by Jeffrey Smith



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Martin Luther

If any man doth ascribe aught of salvation, even the very least, to the free-will of man, he knoweth nothing of grace, and he hath not learnt Jesus Christ aright. Martin Luther

Charles Spurgeon

If your religion does not make you holy, it will damn you. It is simply painted pageantry to go to hell in. Charles H. Spurgeon


Atonement Debate

Debate between Joseph Pipa Jr. and Dave Hunt on the Atonement of Christ

The Atonement of Christ Debate Pt 1 

The Atonement of Christ Debate Pt 2   

John Calvin

I everywhere teach that no one can be justly condemned and perish except on account of actual sin; and to say that the countless mortals taken from life while yet infants are precipitated from their mother's arms into eternal death is a blasphemy to be universally detested. John Calvin

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