Stories of the Scottish Covenanters by Robert Pollok

Rev. Lloyd Sprinkle was a godly Baptist pastor in Virginia. After coming to embrace the “doctrines of grace,” he became burdened to teach his flock that these doctrines were historically and earnestly confessed by most Bible-believing Christians. Lloyd felt compelled to reprint many of the difficult-to-obtain old books that taught…

The Undercover Revolution by Iain Murray

The Undercover Revolution reveals how fiction changed Britain. Prior to Charles Darwin’s embellished fictions, the English people were serious readers of the Holy Scriptures. His On the Origin of Species presented a fictional theory of evolution that had been already postulated by many ancient Greek philosophers. After its publication, the…

Book Review – The Presbyterian Philosopher

Dr. Gordon H. Clark was the most consistently orthodox Christian thinker of the 20th century. God used him as a great defender of the faith against practically all of the false philosophies both ancient and modern. Thirty-four years ago, he left behind an armory filled with intellectual ammunition for the…

Book Review – Home-Making by J.R. Miller

Protecting the family is one of the highest priorities set forth in the Holy Scriptures. The Lord promises the blessing of an enduring stability and joy to families that carefully obey His Word. That is the only sure immunity from the epidemic of divorce and ruin that is now devastating…

Book Review – The Korean Pentecost

The eyes of the world are looking at Korea today, and so are the eyes of the Lord, for He has much people there. The first Korean convert to Christ was baptized in 1886, and in just 90 years, the church in Korea grew to three million members. The growth…

Book Review – Christianity and Liberalism

Jude, one of the half brothers of our Lord Jesus, eagerly desired to share encouraging words to the other members of Christ’s church, but the Holy Spirit moved him to warn the saints about false teachers who had covertly slipped into the church. All faithful ministers of Christ want to…

Book Review – New Calvinism Considered 

New Calvinism was listed in Time Magazine’s March 11, 2009 issue as one of the ten ideas changing the world. The article named John Piper, Mark Driscoll, and Al Mohler as leaders of the movement. At the time of the publication, John Calvin’s 500 th birthday was less than four…

The Bondage of the Will

In 1516, Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam, Holland made a tremendous contribution to the Christian religion by publishing the Greek text of the New Testament. This caused many to say, “Erasmus laid the egg which Luther hatched.” Although Erasmus was “the Prince of the humanists” in Europe, he was still a…