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365 Free eBooks Listed Alphabetically by Author | Monergism

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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P&R Interview with Vern Poythress – Frame-Poythress.org

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When did you first want to write a book?

I got the idea for my first book while writing my Th.M. thesis at Westminster Seminary in 1974. I decided that the ideas for a Christian approach to systematic philosophy might draw wider interest, and so my thesis got published in revised form as Philosophy, Science and the Sovereignty of God (Presbyterian and Reformed, 1976).

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Bannerman’s The Church of Christ (Free eBook!!!) | Monergism

Bannerman’s two-volume Church of Christ is one of the greatest classic treatments of doctrine of the church in the history of the church. He is unashamedly Reformed and distinctively Presbyterian. The church mattered to Bannerman and his work can teach us about why the church should matter to us. James Bannerman was one of the many great luminaries who adorned the Free Church of Scotland in its early years in the nineteenth-century. His work was derived from his course lectures as a seminary professor and was published by his son, Douglas Bannerman.”…for those who wish to study the doctrine of the Church in its several aspects as it was held by the majority of the Reformers, Puritans, Covenanters and leaders of ‘The Third Reformation,’ it will prove an invaluable textbook.” – Iain Murray“Bannerman’s The Church of Christ is the most extensive, standard, solid, Reformed treatment of the doctrine of the church that has ever been written. It is indisputably the classic in its field.”Joel R. Beeke, President of Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan“During my seminary training in Edinburgh, I spent long hours plowing my way through James Bannerman’s Church of Christ. There was so much valuable and precious truth in these volumes.David P. Murray, Professor of Old Testament and Practical Theology at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary“Professor James Bannerman taught annually on the doctrine of the church at the New College in Edinburgh until his death in 1868—the same year he finished his masterpiece, The Church of Christ. It was in this great work that Professor Bannerman sought to equip his students for their ‘delicate and arduous task’ as future churchmen. As it was the privilege of those young scholars to receive these words from his lips, it is our privilege to receive them from his pen.A. Craig Troxel, Pastor of Bethel Presbyterian Church, and Adjunct Professor of Systematic Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary

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300 Free eBooks Listed Alphabetically by Author | Monergism

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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.

Source: 300 Free eBooks Listed Alphabetically by Author | Monergism


The Existence and Attributes of God (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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Standing on the shoulders of giants: The preacher and his books | Southern Blog

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One of my favorite quotes is from Sir Isaac Newton, discoverer of the law of gravity. In a letter to Robert Hooke on February 5, 1676, Newton wrote, “If I have seen farther, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.” Newton saw farther than anyone had before, precisely because he was willing to learn from those who had gone before him. Just imagine what life would be like if all anyone ever knew was the knowledge they accumulated on their own. There would be no electricity, no light bulb, no telephone, no computers, no cars, no airplanes, no space travel, and, gasp, no iPhone.

But because men learned from those who had gone before, these inventions and many more were possible. Sadly, many preachers like to work in an anti-intellectual vacuum, gleaning nothing from the God-gifted men who have gone before them. God has especially equipped the body of Christ with teachers, evangelist, and pastors. I thank God for men like Justin Martyr, Tertullian, Augustine, Anselm, Martin Luther, John Calvin, John Newton, John Bunyan, Jonathan Edwards, Charles Haddon Spurgeon, and a host of others, who are, without a doubt, God’s gifts to the church. By studying the writings of these gifted men, we are enabled to “stand on their shoulders.”

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FREE Livestream with Dr. Waldron on Doctrine of God Course NOW thru Dec. 15 [CBTS] | The Confessing Baptist

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Course Description: This course focuses on the being, attributes, Trinity, and decree of God.

Course Textbooks:

Perspectives on the Doctrine of God: Four Views, ed. Bruce A. Ware (Nashville: B&H Academic, 2008).

God without Passions: a Reader, ed. Samuel Renihan (Palmdale, CA: RBAP, 2015).

Herman Bavinck, Reformed Dogmatics: God and Creation [Volume Two] ed. John Bolt, trans. John Vriend (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2004) Bavinck’s Doctrine of God may also be found in a separate volume translated by William Hendriksen (Banner of Truth, 1977). Either translation may be used.

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