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name for thy lovingkindness and for thy truth: for thou
hast magnified thy word above all thy name. Ps. 138:2

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Great Doctrines of the Bible
by D. Martyn Llyod-Jones

Based on a lecture series by one of the 20th century's leading evangelical preachers, this 3-in-1 volume sets the table with a readable feast of doctrinal teaching. Lloyd-Jones offers pastors, students, and laypeople crystal clear guidance for grasping and applying key biblical principles. 912 pages, hardcover from Crossway Books.


Preaching and Preachers
by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones

In this book Dr. Lloyd-Jones defends the primacy of preaching, showing that there is not any substitute for it. He delves into the preparation, shape, and form of the sermon and hits on such issues as humor, invitations, and the congregation. Best of all is the last chapter on "Demonstration of the Spirit and of the Power" which deals with the sacred anointing of the Holy Spirit in preaching.

What Is Reformed Theology

by R.C. Sproul

What is Reformed Theology? is an introduction to a doctrine that has eluded so many evangelical Christians. In thoroughly expounding the foundational doctrines and five points, Sproul asserts the reality of God's amazing grace. For anyone wanting to know more about Reformed theology, this candid book offers a coherent and complete introduction to an established belief.

Knowing Scripture
by R.C. Sproul

R.C. Sproul helps us dig out the meaning of Scripture for ourselves. He lays the groundwork by discussing why we should study the Bible and how our own personal study relates to interpretation. Then he presents in simple, basic terms the science of interpretation and gives practical guidelines for applying this science. Here is a basic book for both beginning Bible readers and those who have been at it for a long time.

Hard to Believe
by John MacArthur

As MacArthur reminds us, Jesus does not desire for his disciples to stop at simple belief, but he longs for them to follow in His steps by becoming completely obedient to God. Do not ignore this opportunity to sit under this loving, yet uncompromising teaching which calls us to deny ourselves, take up our cross and follow Christ (Mk. 8:34).

The Second Coming
by John MacArthur

This book is a straightforward, in-depth exploration of the key biblical texts regarding the Second Coming; most notably, Christ's longest and most important eschatological message, the Olivet Discourse. As you study what the Word of God says about these matters, it will stir in your heart an earnest longing for Christ's return—as well as a certainty about how to live expectantly until He comes again.


The Great Evangelical Disaster
by Francis Schaffer

This book is not meant as a proof text against liberal theology. It is directed at those who already believe in the infallibility of the Bible. It is a call to action on behalf of those who care about the purity of the Church. Humbly written, full of love, strong in conviction, Dr. Schaeffer sounds a warning to all Bible-believing evangelicals.


A Popular Survey of the Old Testament
by Norman Geisler

Dr. Geisler's methodical study explains each Old Testament book and illuminates their historical, cultural and Christological backgrounds. Maps, charts, and photos also provide further clarification. This is a must have book for every Christian's library.

The Sovereignty of God
by Arthur Pink

This early book by Pink lays Scripture end to end to prove God's control over all persons and events. It is uncompromising, and as such it raises the hackles on the necks of many new students of this doctrine. It is an important stone to guide the steps of those who are not yet convinced of God's absolute sovereignty over all persons and events.

A Body of Divinity
by Thomas Watson

The Body of Practical Divinity is a great classic systematic theology of Reformed Protestantism. The crux of the volume is soteriology (which is the doctrine of salvation according to Jesus Christ.) Not surprisingly, Watson makes it clear that salvation is by grace alone, through faith alone. He is rigorously Scriptural in his exegesis, and he enunciates the textual meaning and gives substantive amplification to the Word of God.


The Supremacy of God in Preaching
by John Piper

John Piper is the senior pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Here Piper has succeeded in his goal of showing God to be supreme in preaching. He has done so both in prescription from the Scriptures and in description from the ministry of Jonathan Edwards. Through the Biblical soundness and passion of his writing, Piper presents an irrefutable case for the supremacy of God in preaching.
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Our business is to present the Christian faith clothed in modern terms, not to propagate modern thought clothed in Christian terms. Confusion here is fatal.
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