repentance

  1. C. Matthew McMahon

    NEW BOOK and PURITAN: Ralph Brownrigg (1592-1659) on Repetnance and Prayer

    Repentance and Prayer by Ralph Brownrig (1592–1659) Ralph Brownrig (1592–1659) was hailed as one of the greatest lights in the church in his day, was an excellent preacher, a rigid Calvinist, and was nominated to the Westminster Assembly (though he didn't attend). The work is divided into four...
  2. C. Matthew McMahon

    Zeal for God’s House Quickened by Oliver Bowles B.D. (1574-1664?)

    Mr. Bowles, in this excellent and stirring treatise, fights diligently against false and hypocritical, zeal. He, instead, in this famous address, sets down the biblical zeal of a true reformer. Zeal for God’s House Quickened by Oliver Bowles B.D. (1574-1664?) Oliver Bowles B.D. (1574-1664?)...
  3. C. Matthew McMahon

    Discerning the Signs of the Times and the Church’s Reformation by Samuel Willard (1640-1707)

    Discerning the Signs of the Times and the Church’s Reformation by Samuel Willard (1640-1707) Samuel Willard (1640-1707) was a reformed preacher of the Gospel in the old South Boston Church in New England, president of Harvard University, and one of the great Protestant ministers of his day...
  4. C. Matthew McMahon

    The Believer’s Marriage with Christ by Michael Harrison (1640-1729) - NEW!

    The Believer’s Marriage with Christ by Michael Harrison (1640-1729) Michael Harrison (1640-1729) was a faithful puritan minister of the Gospel and a powerful Reformed Presbyterian preacher. Everything we have published from Harrison is top notch. We have one final work to publish by him on the...
  5. C. Matthew McMahon

    Taking Hold of Eternal Life in Christ by George Gifford (1547-1620)

    George Gifford is one of those puritan preachers that most are not familiar with, but ought to be. He is a storehouse of biblical sweetness, and draws out the truths surrounding the Lord Jesus Christ in his work and merit of salvation to the praise of God’s glorious grace. Taking Hold of...
  6. C. Matthew McMahon

    Christ Commanding His Coronavirus to Covenant Breakers – McMahon

    Christ Commanding His Coronavirus to Covenant Breakers by C. Matthew McMahon (281 pages) This work expounds on key Scriptural passages, and outlines, from a biblical point of view, why Christ has sent his coronavirus to covenant breakers in his church. God deals very harshly yet tenderly with...
  7. C. Matthew McMahon

    John Kettlewell (1653–1695) Explains the Nature of Being Obedient to Jesus Christ

    The Christian’s Deliverance by Christ and the Nature of Practical Religion by John Kettlewell (1653–1695) John Kettlewell (1653–1695) was an English Divine and powerful preacher of Christ’s Gospel. It was said of him that he was as “saint-like a man” as one ever knew. His voluminous works...
  8. C. Matthew McMahon

    Godly Directions in a Time of Plague: Hooper, Andrewes, Crashaw, Burton, Owen, Manton and Draxe

    Godly Directions in a Time of Plague by John Hooper (1495–1555), Lancelot Andrewes (1555–1626), William Crashaw (1572–1626), Henry Burton (1579–1648), John Owen (1616–1683), Thomas Manton (1620–1677), Thomas Draxe (d. 1618), with chapters by C. Matthew McMahon This very timely and advantageous...
  9. C. Matthew McMahon

    Reminder: Matthew Mead's Work on the Plague - A Timely Read

    Discovering the Wickedness of Our Heart by Matthew Mead (1630-1699) Matthew Mead (Meade) (1630-1699) was an independent puritan divine, and popular reformed preacher and morning lecturer at Stepney Church (London). Without the bad news of sin, death and hell, there can be no good news of...
  10. Nathan A. Hughes

    What think ye of Repentance?

    “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.” 2 Chronicles 7:14 Repentance is a doctrine that some preachers dread to preach...
  11. Matthew G. Bianco

    Understanding the Mindset of IFBs

    Independent Fundamentalist Baptists (IFBs) are fond of saying Calvinism is a “doctrine of devils” because it teaches strongly on repentance. Being once an IFB myself holding that same position, I can tell you exactly what is wrong with their thinking. It has to do with not allowing for proper...
  12. SebastianClinciuJJ

    On the forgivness of post-baptismal sins

    While I was reading Michael Horton's treatment on the history of Justification, I came across Origen's doctrine. Horton writes of Origen's Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans, "When Origen affirms justification by grace (even by the gift of Christ's merits), it is always with respect to sins...
  13. Cifrado

    Morbid self-accusation or repentance?

    Could someone please define the distinction between morbid-accusation (relates to melancholy, or insanity), and loathing of self, in terms of repentance. *Is the one out of intellectual understanding and a fear of legal demands, and the other out of heart felt sincerity? Or can they both be...
  14. Grillsy

    Repentance and Faith

    Due to a recent conversation with an independant Baptist (the bad kind think Jack Hyles type), I submit the following question from Theology 101. What role does repentance play in our justification? Or Is repentance essential to salvation considering justification is by faith alone?
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