Essential Books and Readings (.pdf format)

The following books are recommended reading for those seeking to become better educated in the purposes for which this website is established (see homepage). 

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  1. Zanchius – The Doctrine of Absolute Presdestination

  2. Matthew Mead – The Almost Christian Discovered

  3. The_Waldenses – Sketches of the Evangelic Christians of the Valley

  4. John Calvin – Institutes of the Christian Religion  (complete 1921 edition)

  5. James Anthony Froude – Calvinism (Delivered at St. Andrews – 3-17-1871)

  6. Thomas Carlyle – Letters and Speeches of Cromwell (complete)

  7. The Works of Thomas Chalmers (complete)

  8. Clement XIV and Jesuit Suppression from The History of the Popes by Bower

  9. The History of the Popes – Bower (volume 1 of 3)

  10. The History of the Popes – Bower (volume 2 of 3)

  11. The History of the Popes – Bower (volume 3 of 3)

  12. Extreme Oath of the Jesuits 

  13. Morant Brock – Rome Pagan and Papal -1880

  14. Christopher Wordsworth – The Church of Rome, or The Babylon of the Apocalypse -1853

  15. Douglas of Cavers – Popery and Infidelity 

  16. Michelet -The Jesuits  

  17. H. Clay Trumbull -The Blood Covenant: A Primitive Rite and Its Bearing on Scripture  

  18. Alexander Hislop – The Two Babylons  (1916) 

  19. Charles H. Spurgeon – A Defense of Calvinism  

  20. Wylie – History of Protestantism – Volume 1

  21. Wylie – History of Protestantism – Volume 2

  22. Wylie – History of Protestantism – Volume 3

  23. William Huntington – The Believer’s Rule of Life

  24. John Newton – The Works of the Reverend John Newton

  25. Kentish Rankin – Catholics In The Witness Box (1936)

  26. Nelson C. Turner – Expose’ on Dr. Peter S. Ruckman: Apostle of Free Will

  27. John Bunyan – Last Sermon – I Am Not A Free-Willer

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