We believe the Church should have open access to Scripturally/Theologically sound edifying Christian literature and that one need not be held back from having a significant Christian library because of cost. Our ministry at Monergism involves providing quality Christian literature in accessible formats for free. Most of these eBooks are high quality and available in both ePub and .mobi (kindle) formats with actively linked table of contents. The links below will take you to the download page. Lord Willing, this list will continue to grow.
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This week is Holy Week. In light of this, Reformation Trust is making the ebook edition of Anthony Carter’s Blood Work: How the Blood of Christ Accomplishes Our Salvation free to download until the end of the month. We encourage you to share this resource offer with your family, friends, and church community.
When the Christian asserts his faith in the divine origin of his Bible, he does not mean to deny that it was composed and written by men or that it was given by men to the world. He believes that the marks of its human origin are ineradicably stamped on every page of the whole volume. He means to state only that it is not merely human in its origin. If asked where and how the divine has entered this divine-human book, he must reply: “Everywhere, and in almost every way conceivable.” Throughout the whole preparation of the material to be written and of the men to write it; throughout the whole process of the gathering and classification and use of the material by the writers; throughout the whole process of the actual writing, – he sees at work divine influences of the most varied kinds, extending all the way from simply providential superintendence and spiritual illumination to direct revelation and inspiration.
Download the FREE e-book via: The Divine Origin of the Bible (eBook) | Monergism
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The Existence and Attributes of God has become a classic text on the doctrine of God, and examines in meticulous detail God’s foreknowledge and sovereignty, and discusses the possibility of free will and natural law. No Reformed theologian prior to Charnock treated God’s existence and attributes with such clarity and depth—in fact, his was one of the first works solely devoted to the subject to appear in the Reformed theological tradition, and has become a standard work on the subject. His positions have been echoed and refined by generations of theologians, and most recently have contributed to contemporary debates over free will, foreknowledge, and the openness of God.
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This simple catechism is very helpful for teaching young children to understand and remember the basic truths of the Christian faith.
Three Reasons To Catechize
Here are several good reasons to consider implementing a catechism style of teaching with your kids at home and at church:
1. A catechism encourages the unity of essential beliefs among God’s children. Many people want to know what constitutes a true Christian essential teaching. What are the primary teachings of the Christian faith? Catechical instruction can help promote unity among Christians by helping establish the fundamentals of the faith.
2. Catechism promotes a faster, deeper understanding as verses are tied to appropriate questions. Children are helped to tie verses to meaning through the use of questions and answers. Children begin to understand the usefulness of God’s Word as they see how clearly it answers important questions.
3. Catechism stimulates and motivates learning, because most children, especially younger ones, love to answer questions. Questions are a teacher’s most useful ally, because through them one gains access to precious minds. As Jesus showed, questions are invaluable when teaching truth!
Erroll Hulse serves as Associate Pastor at Leeds Reformed Baptist Church in Leeds, England. Since 1970, he has edited and written extensively for Reformation Today, a bi-monthly international magazine that includes a variety of doctrinal, historical, practical, and expository articles as well as worldwide news. He has authored numerous books and articles.
Pastor Hulse studied theology under Principal E F Kevan at the London Bible College; and while in London, he benefited from the ministry of Dr D Martyn Lloyd-Jones. His pastorates in the UK include 23 years in Cuckfield, West Sussex, three years in Liverpool, and nineteen years as Associate Pastor with a missions mandate at Leeds Reformed Baptist Church.
Download the Free E-Book via A Catechism for Boys and Girls (eBook) | Monergism.
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When Two Letters Make All the Difference
What a difference two letters can make . . .
In Adoption: What Joseph of Nazareth Can Teach Us about This Countercultural Choice, Russell Moore—president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission—calls Christians to seriously consider adoption for their own families and thus take a stand for children, born and unborn.
In our world of on-demand abortion, unreported abruse, and widespread neglect, adoption reflects the love that Joseph of Nazareth—the adoptive father of Jesus—had for his son. More importantly, adoption illustrates the extravagent love of God, who has adopted Christians into his family through the sacrifice of his Son, Jesus Christ.
Download via Free E-Book: “Adoption” by Russell Moore.
God Honored and Christ Glorified: Jonathan Edwards’ Sermons and Essays on Calvinism(free e-book)| Monergism
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This book is a collection of 17 of Jonathan Edward’s more well-known works on the subject of Calvinism which include important topics like salvation by Christ alone, the sovereignty of God, regeneration and effectual grace, The state of fallen man apart from grace, the wrath of God, God’s providence and more…. Edwards had a great mind and even many in the secular world condier him America’s greatest philosopher, but more importantly he was a man of the word.
Iain Murray said of Edwards, “The key to an understanding of Jonathan Edwards is that he was a man who put faithfulness to the Word of God before every other consideration. At critical points in his life…he put the truth first. He did this when considerations of personal interest — ‘my own reputation, future usefulness, and my very subsistence’—all made the opposite course of action seem expedient. It was this which Edwards rejected…He knew that ‘success’ is not to be judged in the short-term. The Christian’s business is to honour God, and in his own time God will honour his truth and those who are faithful to it.” (Jonathan Edwards: A New Biography, page 471).