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The P&R Master Bundle gathers together works published by P&R from a variety of popular and influential Christian authors. This collection provides readers with a wide array of works on biblical theology, exegesis, doctrine, and rich studies centered on the Word, including series like Reformed Expository Commentary and the Gospel According to the Old Testament.

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  • Title: P&R Master Bundle
  • Publisher: P&R
  • Volumes: 135
  • Pages: 39,084

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In the Logos edition, these volumes are enhanced by amazing functionality. Important terms link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and a wealth of other resources in your digital library. Perform powerful searches to find exactly what you’re looking for. Take the discussion with you using tablet and mobile apps. With Logos Bible Software, the most efficient and comprehensive research tools are in one place, so you get the most out of your study.

Basics of the Faith Series (39 vols.)

  • Series: Basics of the Faith
  • Publisher: P&R
  • Volumes: 39
  • Pages: 1,422

With this collection, you’ll get all 39 volumes of P&R’s Basics of the Faith series. Covering questions from “Am I called?” to “What is a true Calvinist?” to “How do we glorify God?”, these accessible booklets introduce readers to basic Reformed doctrine and practice. With clarity and concision top Reformed teachers speak to complex theological issues as well as practical challenges of Christian living.

Contributors including Philip G. Ryken, J.V. Fesko, Eric Alexander, and Bryan Chapell analyze essential topics, providing helpful insights grounded in Scripture. Their rigorous, yet concise, responses to a comprehensive array of questions provide great overviews that are helpful for both those learning “the basics of the faith” as well as those teaching them. Throughout this series, you’ll find a wealth of wisdom and examples for instructing others, as these skilled communicators model effective ways to address tough questions.

Titles Included:

  • Am I Called? by George W. Robertson
  • How Do We Glorify God? by John D. Hannah
  • How Our Children Come to Faith by Stephen Smallman
  • Is Jesus in the Old Testament? by Iain M. Duguid
  • What Are Election and Predestination? by Richard D. Phillips
  • What Are Spiritual Gifts? by Vern S. Poythress
  • What Happens after Death? by Richard D. Phillips
  • What Is a Reformed Church? by Stephen Smallman
  • What Is a True Calvinist? by Philip Ryken
  • What Is Biblical Preaching? by Eric J. Alexander
  • What Is Church Government? by Sean Michael Lucas
  • What Is Discipleship? by Stephen Smallman
  • What Is Evangelism? by George W. Robertson
  • What Is Faith? by Guy M. Richard
  • What Is Grace? by Sean Michael Lucas
  • What Is Hell? by Christopher W. Morgan and Robert A. Peterson
  • What Is Justification by Faith Alone? by J.V. Fesko
  • What Is Man? by A. Craig Troxel
  • What Is Mercy Ministry? by Philip Ryken
  • What Is Perseverance of the Saints? by Michael A. Milton
  • What Is Providence? by Derek Thomas
  • What Is Regeneration? by Matthew M. Barrett
  • What Is Spiritual Warfare? by Stanley D. Gale
  • What Is the Atonement? by Richard D. Phillips
  • What Is the Bible? by Guy Prentiss Waters
  • What Is the Christian Worldview? by Philip Ryken
  • What Is the Doctrine of Adoption? by Michael A. Milton
  • What Is the Incarnation? by William B. Evans
  • What Is the Lord’s Supper? by Richard D. Phillips
  • What Is the Trinity? by David F. Wells
  • What Is True Conversion? by Stephen Smallman
  • What Is Vocation? by Stephen J. Nichols
  • What Is Worship Music? by Paul S. Jones
  • Why Believe in God? by Daniel R. Hyde
  • Why Do We Baptize Infants? by Bryan Chapell
  • Why Do We Have Creeds? by Burk Parsons
  • Why Do We Pray? by Stanley D. Gale
  • Why God Gave Us a Book? by Gene Edward Veith
  • What Is Resurrection? by Joel R. Beeke

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Reformed Expository Commentary (27 vols.)

  • Series Editors: Richard D. Phillips and Philip Graham Ryken
  • Series: Reformed Expository Commentary
  • Publisher: P&R
  • Volumes: 27
  • Pages: 11,647

The Reformed Expository Commentary series is for people who want to experience the Word of God in all its power. Scholarly yet practical, its expositions are accessible to both pastors and lay readers. Each volume in the series provides exposition that gives careful attention to the biblical text, is doctrinally Reformed, focuses on Christ through the lens of redemptive history, and applies the Bible to our contemporary setting.

Titles Included:

  • 1 Samuel by Richard D. Phillips
  • 1 Kings by Philip Graham Ryken
  • Ezra & Nehemiah by Derek W.H. Thomas
  • Esther and Ruth by Iain M. Duguid
  • Ecclesiastes by Douglas Sean O’Donnell
  • Song of Songs by Iain M. Duguid
  • Daniel by Iain M. Duguid
  • Jonah & Micah by Richard D. Phillips
  • Zephaniah, Haggai, Malachi by Iain M. Duguid and Matthew P. Harmon
  • Zechariah by Richard D. Phillips
  • The Incarnation in the Gospels by Daniel M. Doriani, Philip Graham Ryken, and Richard D. Phillips
  • Matthew, vol. 1: Chapters 1–13 by Daniel M. Doriani
  • Matthew, vol. 2: Chapters 14–28 by Daniel M. Doriani
  • Luke, vol. 1: Chapters 1–12 by Philip Graham Ryken
  • Luke, vol. 2: Chapters 13–24 by Philip Graham Ryken
  • John, Volumes 1 & 2 by Richard D. Phillips
  • Galatians by Philip Graham Ryken
  • Ephesians by Bryan Chapell
  • Philippians by Dennis E. Johnson
  • 1 & 2 Thessalonians by Richard D. Phillips
  • 1 Timothy by Philip Graham Ryken
  • Hebrews by Richard D. Phillips
  • James by Daniel M. Doriani
  • 1 Peter by Daniel M. Doriani
  • 1-3 John by Douglas Sean O’Donnell
  • Revelation by Richard D. Phillips

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Gospel according to the Old Testament Series (18 vols.)

  • Series Editor: Iain M. Duguid
  • Series: Gospel according to the Old Testament
  • Publisher: P&R
  • Volumes: 18
  • Pages: 3,884

This important series from noted pastor-scholars fulfills a great need for resources that show how the Old Testament presents and finds its fulfillment in the Gospel of Jesus Christ–not just in occasional Messianic prophecies, but in its essential message. Without falling into arbitrary allegory, the authors of this series present exegetically grounded exposition of Scripture that shows how all Old Testament doctrine and drama is about Christ, even when he is not on stage. The volumes in this collection cover various figures in, and portions of, the Old Testament. Discover the Gospel in the Joseph story, in the books of Judges, Zechariah, Hosea, and Daniel, in the lives of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, in the Old Testament presentation of Israel’s worship, and more.

Titles Included:

  • Living in the Light of Inextinguishable Hope: The Gospel According to Joseph by Iain M. Duguid and Matthew P. Harmon
  • Right in Their Own Eyes: The Gospel According to Judges by George M. Schwab
  • Longing for God in an Age of Discouragement: The Gospel According to Zechariah by Bryan R. Gregory
  • Love Divine and Unfailing: The Gospel According to Hosea by Michael P. V. Barrett
  • From Famine to Fullness: The Gospel According to Ruth by Dean R. Ulrich
  • After God’s Own Heart: The Gospel According to David by Mark J. Boda
  • Crying Out for Vindication: The Gospel According to Job by David Jackson
  • Hope in the Midst of a Hostile World: The Gospel According to Daniel by George M. Schwab
  • Salvation through Judgment and Mercy: The Gospel According to Jonah by Bryan D. Estelle
  • Living in the Grip of Relentless Grace: The Gospel in the Lives of Isaac and Jacob by Iain M. Duguid
  • Immanuel in Our Place: Seeing Christ in Israel’s Worship by Tremper Longman III
  • Faith in the Face of Apostasy: The Gospel According to Elijah and Elisha by Raymond B. Dillard
  • Living in the Gap between Promise and Reality: The Gospel According to Abraham by Iain M. Duguid
  • A Journey to Wholeness: The Gospel According to Naaman’s Slave Girl by Mark Belz
  • Severe Compassion: The Gospel According to Nahum by Gregory D. Cook
  • Recovering Eden: The Gospel according to Ecclesiastes by Zack Eswine
  • From Bondage to Liberty: The Gospel according to Moses by Anthony T. Selvaggio
  • Inconspicuous Providence: The Gospel according to Esther by Bryan R. Gregory

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John Frame Collection (12 vols.)

  • Author: John Frame
  • Publisher: P&R
  • Volumes: 12
  • Pages: 7,769

Among other works such as the four volume Theology of Lordship series, this collection includes 1,500 pages of Dr. Frame’s other theological writings: journal articles, pamphlets, lecture outlines, study guides, syllabi, and written sermons, as well as over 3,000 pages of other published works—virtually everything Dr. Frame has written about theology over the past 40 years!

Dr. Frame is noted for his belief that theology is application—the use of God’s revelation to meet the spiritual needs of people, to promote godliness and spiritual health. Therefore, his theology is inherently practical, deeply grounded in Scripture, and unusually comprehensive.

In this collection, Dr. John Frame combines his wealth of learning and love for theology with 40 years of teaching, making his writings an extraordinarily satisfying feast for the heart and mind.

Titles Included:

  • The Doctrine of the Knowledge of God
  • The Doctrine of God
  • The Doctrine of the Christian Life
  • The Doctrine of the Word of God
  • A History of Western Philosophy and Theology
  • John M. Frame: Talks and Lectures Media
  • No Other God: A Response to Open Theism
  • Perspectives on the Word of God
  • Salvation Belongs to the Lord: An Introduction to Systematic Theology
  • Systematic Theology: An Introduction to Christian Belief
  • The Amsterdam Philosophy: A Preliminary Critique
  • The Collected Shorter Theological Writings

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Explorations in Biblical Theology (11 vols.)

  • Series: Explorations in Biblical Theology
  • Publisher: P&R
  • Volumes: 11
  • Pages: 2,764

Each title in the Explorations in Biblical Theology collection takes either a single book of the Bible and develops the author’s theology in that work, or develops a single theme across Scripture. Designed to address the need for quality literature that attracts believing readers to good theology and builds them up in their faith, the Explorations in Biblical Theology collection combines solid content with readability. Scholarly, reverent, and practical, this is a valuable addition to the library of any college student, thoughtful lay reader, seminarian, or pastor.

Titles Included:

  • A Theology of Matthew: Jesus Revealed as Deliverer, King, and Incarnate Creator by Charles L. Quarles
  • A Theology of Mark by Hans F. Bayer
  • A Theology of James by Christopher W. Morgan
  • Anointed with the Spirit and Power by John D. Harvey
  • Election and Free Will by Robert A. Peterson
  • Justification by Grace by Brian Vickers
  • Life Everlasting: The Unfolding Story of Heaven by James A. Barber and Robert A. Peterson
  • Our Secure Salvation by Robert A. Peterson
  • The Elder: Today’s Ministry Rooted in All of Scripture by Cornelius Van Dam
  • The Nearness of God: His Presence with His People by J. Lanier Burns
  • Wisdom Christology: How Jesus Became God’s Wisdom for Us by Daniel J. Ebert IV

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The O. Palmer Robertson Systematic Theology Collection (5 vols.)

  • Author: O. Palmer Robertson
  • Publisher: P&R
  • Volumes: 5
  • Pages: 1,736

These five volumes represent some of the best of O. Palmer Robertson's work. With thoughtful analysis, richly theological exposition, Robertson's writing provides pastors, teachers, and other church leaders a strong foundation upon which to lead and preach to their churches. With years of experience in the seminary context and the mission field, Robertson brings a unique perspective to the exposition of the Old Testament and its theology in light of Christ's coming and redemptive history.

Additional discussion of the place of Israel in history and in relation to the church provides for thoughtful reflection. How does the modern state of Israel relate to the church and the prophecies of the Old and New Testaments? This and other important questions receive a careful and thoughtful treatment.

Titles Included:

  • The Christ of the Covenants
  • The Christ of the Prophets
  • The Christ of Wisdom: A Redemptive-Historical Exploration of the Wisdom Books of the Old Testament
  • The Flow of the Psalms: Discovering Their Structure and Theology
  • The Israel of God: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

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Puritan Papers (5 vols.) (1956–1969)

  • Editor: J.I. Packer
  • Publisher: P&R
  • Volumes: 5
  • Pages: 1,482

From 1956 to 1969, a group of prominent evangelical scholars including D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, J.I. Packer, and Iain Murray, convened annually to present papers reflecting on the thought, practice, and influence of the Puritans. Editor J.I. Packer notes that the papers are designed to be “practical and constructive, not merely academic,” and helpful to pastors as well as the whole church. This resource contains all 76 studies presented at the conference that played a vital role in reinvigorating evangelicalism in Great Britain and beyond. The Puritan Papers treat an array of subjects from John Owen, Jonathan Edwards, and John Knox; to Puritan approaches to discipline, revival, and worship; to use of catechisms and the work of a minister; to the Arminian conflict and the study of church history.

Titles Included:

  • Puritan Papers, Volume 1 (1956–1959)
  • Puritan Papers, Volume 2 (1960–1962)
  • Puritan Papers, Volume 3 (1963–1964)
  • Puritan Papers, Volume 4 (1965–1967)
  • Puritan Papers, Volume 5 (1968–1969)

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Institutes of Elenctic Theology (3 vols.)

  • Author: Francis Turretin
  • Editor: James T. Dennison Jr.
  • Translator: George Musgrave Giger
  • Publisher: P&R Publishing
  • Volumes: 3
  • Pages: 2,275

An absolute classic and essential resource for serious theological study, Francis Turretin’s Institutes of Elenctic Theology, originally written in Latin, was a standard work in theological education for two hundred years. It was required reading at old Princeton Seminary. As a historical work, this collection provides invaluable documentation of one of the most influential works of systematic theology.

Now, with this newly edited English translation, students, scholars, pastors, and laity can enjoy this timeless classic of rigorous and biblically faithful systematic theology from which noted theologians such as Charles and A. A. Hodge, Dabney, Warfield, and Berkhof learned. Turretin’s Institutes of Elentic Theology, written in a question-and-answer format, covers all the major topics of systematic theology with precision and exegetical felicity—theological prolegomena, doctrine of Scripture, theology proper, theological anthropology, Christology, and ecclesiology, and more. Turretin also discusses issues central to biblical theology, such as the various biblical covenants and their relationship to one another, as well as a myriad of other theological issues.

Titles Included:

  • Institutes of Elenctic Theology, vol. 1
  • Institutes of Elenctic Theology, vol. 2
  • Institutes of Elenctic Theology, vol. 3

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How to Understand and Apply the Old and New Testaments (2 vols.)

  • Publisher: P&R Publishing
  • Publication Date: 2017
  • Volumes: 2
  • Pages: 1,032

The dual tasks of interpretation and application are essential for preaching, teaching, and living out the Christian life. Expert guides, Andy Naselli and Jason DeRouchie, explain how to understand the Christian Scriptures in their original setting and how universal truths found in these texts give guidance to believers today. They offer a twelve step process that views each text with a sequence of literary, linguistic, text critical, and author-centric interpretive lenses applied as a guideline for proper exegesis. In addition to their process, these authors also provide suggestions for secondary resources that affirm helpful biblical scholarship, leading readers to a chorus of likeminded interpreters.

Titles Included:

  • How to Understand and Apply the Old Testament by Jason S. DeRouchie
  • How to Understand and Apply the New Testament by Andrew David Naselli

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Christ and Covenant Theology: Essays on Election, Republication, and the Covenants

  • Author: Cornelis P. Venema
  • Publisher: P&R
  • Publication Date: 2017
  • Pages: 504

“In the biblical drama of the living God’s works in creation and redemption,” writes Cornelis Venema, “no theme is more lustrous than that of God’s gracious intention to enjoy communion with humans who bear his image and whose lives have been broken through sin.”

This collection of Venema’s essays summarizes and defends a broad consensus view of the doctrine of the covenants in the history of Reformed theology and clarifies several areas of dispute.

Venema argues that (1) the distinction between a pre-fall covenant of works and a post-fall covenant of grace is an integral feature of a biblical and confessionally Reformed understanding of the history of redemption; (2) the distinction between a pre-fall covenant of works and a post-fall covenant of grace is necessary to preserve the sheer graciousness of God’s redemption in Jesus Christ; and (3) the doctrines of covenant and election are corollary doctrines, not opposed to each other, but mutually defining.

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The Coming of the Kingdom

  • Author: Herman Ridderbos
  • Publisher: P&R
  • Publication Date: 1962
  • Pages: 588

This volume is a monumental study of the preaching of Jesus according to the synoptics. It is a treasure house of informative and stimulating exegesis, treating large segments of the synoptic texts. Herman Ridderbos presents a study of the kingdom that is thorough as well as comprehensive, taking into account a broad range of critical scholarship. The Coming of the Kingdom offers readers a better understanding of the kingdom’s nature as well as a helpful discussion of the parables and of the apocalyptic discourse of Mark 13.

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Dogmatic Theology

  • Author: William G.T. Shedd
  • Editor: Alan W. Gomes
  • Publisher: P & R Publishing
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Pages: 969

Called "one of the great systematic theologies in the modern era" and "a classic from a leading Reformed theologian of the 1800s," Shedd's Dogmatic Theology is one of those monumental works that has truly stood the test of time. The editor, Alan Gomes, considers Dogmatic Theology "one of the finest theological systems ever produced...unequaled by anything produced by modern evangelicals."

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The Eschatology of the Old Testament

  • Author: Geerhardus J. Vos
  • Editor: James T. Dennison Jr.
  • Publisher: P&R Publishing
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 176

In this previously unpublished material, a pioneer in Reformed biblical theology examines the hopes, expectations, and understanding of Old Testament saints regarding the future. Compiled from several manuscripts relating to Geerhardus Vos’ course on Old Testament eschatology, this volume weaves together the most complete text of his study on the subject. Vos addresses a wide range of questions surrounding both individual and collective eschatology from key passages throughout the Old Testament. Whether he is discussing the intermediate state or the meaning of Sheol, Messaniac expectations or the Day of the Lord, Vos’ supernaturalism contrasts with the hopelessness of naturalistic views.

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Knowing and the Trinity: How Perspectives in Human Knowledge Imitate the Trinity

  • Author: Vern Poythress
  • Publisher: P&R
  • Publication Date: 2018
  • Pages: 488

Every human being has a distinct perspective and experiences truth from this viewpoint. If God exists in three persons, as the Bible teaches, is it possible to discern epistemological perspectives that originate from this mystery? Once we understand that God is Trinitarian, we can see numerous reflections of his Trinitarian character in general and in special revelation.

Vern Poythress is one of a growing number of theologians who have developed and used perspectival triads to further our knowledge of God. This book explores the relationship between numerous triads and God’s Trinitarian character, and shows that many triads reveal analogies to the Trinity. Understanding these analogies will help readers perceive the fundamental connections between our Trinitarian God, the Bible, and our created world.

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The Life of Moses: God’s First Deliverer of Israel

  • Author: James Montgomery Boice
  • Publisher: P&R
  • Publication Date: 2018
  • Pages: 472

“Apart from Jesus Christ, no person in history has made as deep or lasting an impression on the world as Moses.”

So begins this study of the life of Moses—the renowned lawgiver, prophet, friend of God, and deliverer of his people. The events of his life, spanning four books of the Bible, resound throughout Scripture—and while our own lives may seem to pale in comparison, God wants to grow in us the same character traits that he used in the life of this “servant of God” (Rev. 15:3).

This epic undertaking, composed of never-before-published material from the late James M. Boice, delves fully into the narrative of Moses’ life, uncovering its rich meaning and its gospel application to our lives today. Dr. Boice captures the broad sweep of Israel’s captivity, deliverance, and wanderings, defends the Bible’s historical reliability, and offers wise pastoral advice on many practical topics.

Demonstrating what we can learn from their successes and strengths as well as their sins and failures, Boice also leads us to look beyond Moses and the Israelites to the awesome power of their God and the much needed, final Deliverer of his people to come.

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Paul and Jesus: Origin and General Character of Paul’s Preaching of Christ

  • Author: Herman Ridderbos
  • Publisher: P&R
  • Publication Date: 1958
  • Pages: 155

In Paul and Jesus, Herman Ridderbos seeks to understand the preaching of Paul within the framework of the history of revelation. The book is an introduction to Paul in that it deals with the main perspectives of his preaching and critically compares the latter with the self-disclosure of Jesus. Although the primary aim of the work is to arrive at a clear understanding of the character of Paul’s preaching, Ridderbos carries on a continuous polemic with outstanding representatives of New Testament criticism and devotes considerable attention to the position of R. Bultmann, so that the subtitle of Paul and Jesus might well have been Revelation or Myth.

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Redemptive History and Biblical Interpretation: The Shorter Writings of Geerhardus Vos

  • Author: Geerhardus J. Vos
  • Editor: Richard B. Gaffin Jr.
  • Publisher: P&R Publishing
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 571

Emphasizing the historical character of biblical revelation, Vos was able to clarify the pervasive meaning of Scripture by bringing into view its basic structure. Far from an array of isolated prooftexts, the Bible was, for Vos, an organism—its rich diversity giving unaminous expression of its redemptive message. In Redemptive History and Biblical Interpretation, the shorter writings of this famed theologian have been gathered under one cover. The reader will discover here numerous major biblical and theological studies, selected addresses, and book reviews, as well as a 13-page bibliography of Vos’ writings.

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Redemptive History and the New Testament Scriptures

  • Author: Herman Ridderbos
  • Publisher: P&R
  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Pages: 91

“Any scientific investigator of Scripture repeatedly confronts the issue of the character of the Bible’s authority,” writes Herman Ridderbos in the opening lines of this book. From there he goes on to examine the basis for the Church’s acceptance of the New Testament as canonical. More than a merely academic question, the canonicity of the New Testament remains a vital concern for the church today. It is a question of whether these 27 books are in fact God’s holy Word and therefore authoritative for our faith and life.

Ridderbos stresses that the foundation for the Canon lies in the history of redemption itself, wherein Christ gave distinctive authority to his apostles. On that basis, Ridderbos examines the authority of the New Testament as it is characterized in the content of the text itself—in terms of the redemptive-historical categories of kerygma (proclamation), marturia (witness), and didache (doctrine).

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The Self-Disclosure of Jesus: The Modern Debate about the Messianic Consciousness

  • Author: Geerhardus J. Vos
  • Publisher: P&R Publishing
  • Publication Date: 1978
  • Pages: 312

Did Jesus claim to be the Messiah? What Vos discerned in his day applies equally to ours: “a certain class of writers” regards with “disfavor . . . the Messianic element in the Gospels.” His comprehensive, detailed refutation of such writers has helped Christians answer these questions affirmatively for more than 85 years.

First released in 1926, The Self-Disclosure of Jesus is among Vos’ most well-known and sought-after works, demonstrating his influence on Reformed and Presbyterian thought, and answering the questions raised by theories of the “messianic secret” and, fundamentally, the mission of Jesus.

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The Teaching of the Epistle to the Hebrews

  • Author: Geerhardus J. Vos
  • Editor: Johannes G. Vos
  • Publisher: P&R Publishing
  • Publication Date: 1974
  • Pages: 132

Containing Geerhardus Vos’ essential teachings on the Epistle to the Hebrews from his classroom lectures at Princeton Theological Seminary, this volume provides an excellent commentary for a Reformed understanding of the Book of Hebrews.

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Understanding the Land of the Bible

  • Author: O. Palmer Robertson
  • Publisher: P&R
  • Publication Date: 1996
  • Pages: 183

Surveys the mountains, plains, valleys, rivers, and cities of Scripture and their significance for our understanding of biblical history and redemption.

Part introduction, part survey, and part atlas, Understanding the Land of the Bible provides a valuable survey of the land of the Bible and its theological relevance for exegesis, interpretation, and the flow of Scripture.

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The Westminster Assembly: Reading Its Theology in Historical Context

  • Author: Robert Letham
  • Publisher: P&R
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 432

Drawing on new primary source material, this volume considers the Assembly’s theology in terms of the unfolding development of doctrine in the Reformed churches—in connection with the preceding and current events in English history—and locates it in relation to the catholic tradition of the western church. The book asks exactly what the divines meant at each stage of their task. At a time when claims are made that particular theologies represent historic Reformed doctrine, it is particularly important to grasp what this actually is.

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