Reformed Studies Bundle, ver. 2, XL (198 vols.)
by 87 authors Kuyper, Abraham, Brown, John, Lawson, Steven J., Good, James I., Brownson, Marcus A., Flavel, John, Sproul, R. C., Goodwin, Thomas, Bullinger, Henry, Neal, Daniel, Howe, John, Thornwell, James Henley, Bradford, John, Morgan, Christopher W., Breckinridge, Robert J., Jackson, Samuel Macauley, Zwingli, Ulrich, Hinke, William John, Heller, Clarence Nevin, Palmer, B. M., Simpson, Samuel, Richards, Geo. W., Beeke, Joel R., Fisher, Edward, Bond, Douglas, Witsius, Herman, Donaldson, John, Pringle, William, Lillback, Peter A., Brook, Benjamin, Barker, William S., Nichols, James, Boettner, Loraine, Reymond, Robert L., Hyde, Daniel R., White, George, Dabney, Robert Lewis, Grosart, Alexander Balloch, Sibbes, Richard, Kistler, Don, The Presbyterian Committee of Publication, Nicole, Roger, Swinnock, George, Toplady, Augustus M., Traill, Robert, Madan, Thornwell Orphanage Press, Carter, John, Pura, Murray Andrew, de Wit, Willem J., Pipa, Joseph A., Jr., Case, Thomas, Polhill, Edward, Scougal, Henry, Zanchius, Jerom, Fraser, Donald, Bates, William, Farmer, W., Bavinck, Herman, Ridgley, Thomas, McKay, David, Boston, Thomas, Brooks, Thomas, Ferguson, Sinclair B., Parsons, Burk, Peterson, Robert A., Currid, John D., Thomas, Derek, Doumergue, Émile, Lang, August, Warfield, Benjamin B., Gaffin, Richard B., Jr., Charnock, Stephen, West, Jim, Gurnall, William, Campbell, John, Scudder, Henry, Gill, John, Crisp, Tobias, Clarkson, David, Klooster, Fred, Presbyterian Committee of Publication, Beattie, Francis, Murray, John, Ursinus, Zacharias, Williard, G. W., Phillips, Richard D.
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Enhance your library with hundreds of sermons and writings from puritans and theologians like Richard Sibbes, Augustus Toplady, Abraham Kuyper, and Thomas Ridgley and delve into the writings of the reformers on whose shoulders they stood. Don’t miss Life of Ulrich Zwingli, The Decades of Henry Bullinger, and The Christian’s Daily Walk—which was endorsed by giants John Owen and Richard Baxter.
- Examination of the influence since the Reformation of the dominant theological themes found in Calvin’s sermons
- Exegetical studies on Calvin’s views regarding Church and State
- Outline of the relevance of the Ten Commandments within the New Testament
- Exploration of the five points of Calvinism and the development of the five points within Presbyterian churches
- Analysis of Reformed heritage through church history
- Discussion of the possibilities for the future of Calvinism
- Historical guidebook from the Swiss Reformation to the early 20th century