Spiritual Logic or Hints and Helps to Personal Devotions by Thomas Harrison D.D. (1618–1682)
Thomas Harrison D.D. (1618–1682) was a nonconformist divine and powerful preacher of the Gospel, who was well known for his eloquence and fluency both in prayer and preaching.
In this wonderful...
Hello, I am studying the thinking of Westminster theologians about the punishment for adultery, first of all I want to remind you that I subscribe to CFW 1646 (received by Scotland in 1647). In that sense, note this quote:
An extra quote:
The Kingdom of Heaven is Upon You by C. Matthew McMahon
Jesus preached, “Repent: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand,” (Matthew 4:17). This is the Gospel. But what did Jesus mean by preaching in this way? Is Christ’s gospel the gospel we know and love as Paul preached, and many ministers...
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...
The Excellent Name of God by Jeremiah Burroughs (1599-1646)
Jeremiah Burroughs (1599-1646) was a brilliant Reformed preacher of the Gospel, and a member of the Westminster Assembly. He ministered with pastoral sensitivity and a zealous desire to glorify God in his preaching and writing...
The Blessed God by Daniel Burgess (1645-1713)
Daniel Burgess (1645-1713) was a popular Reformed, Presbyterian minister, and fiery preacher in his day.
To intimately know God is the substance of this work by Burgess. It is not only to know God as God has revealed his essence, but Burgess, as...
God is Our Refuge and Our Strength by George Gipps (n.d.)
George Gipps (n.d.) was a member of the Westminster Assembly, is noted as a strong Christian of personal piety, and was a faithful minister of the Gospel in Aylstone, Leicester-shire England.
In this work, Gipps deals particularly with...
Around Thanksgiving we had over 890 online writings of the Westminster divines collected on our site. Realizing there were some that we had missed, we kept digging, searching and scurrying.
We are glad to announce that, by the blessing of God, we have been able to cull together for you 1,118...
The following piece may be the least known, but most important, short document of the Westminster Assembly. A book was circulated in London arguing that God is the Author even of Sin, this being purportedly for the benefit of saints taking comfort in this in their trials.
author of sin
god's permissive will
is god the author of sin
origin of sin
works of the westminster divines
A few months ago Phase II of Early English Books Online, which contains over 35,000 volumes, became freely open to the public online.
Hence, I have been able to add several hundred volumes to:
All of the Writings of the Westminster Divines in English Online
which now contains over 890 works...
The Christian’s Duty and Safety in Evil Times by Christopher Love (1618-1651)
"Love is without a doubt, one of my favorites writers of all time. Eminently biblical and exceedingly practical. This new work is a gem in both regards." - Dr. McMahon
Christopher Love (1618-1651) was a fiery and...
A few books to consider for this month on godly reform:
The Duty of Reformation in Light of God’s Mercies – by Thomas Gouge (1605-1681)
Do you long for reformation and spiritual revival? Even though God has given Christians blessing upon blessing, and mercy piled onto mercy, if Christians...
We have just issued a new catalogue of second hand & antiquarian Reformed Theological books. Included, amongst others, are few Samuel Rutherford 1st editions, most of which haven't been reprinted. View and download it here;
I have posted this 2009 article very slightly modified at Naphtali Press.
From Chris Coldwell, “In Brief: The Intent of Westminster Larger Catechism 109 Regarding Pictures of Christ’s Humanity,” The Confessional Presbyterian journal 5 (2009) 227–228; 323.
The Intent of Westminster Larger...
Matthew Winzer, “Westminster and Worship Examined: A Review of Nick Needham’s essay on the Westminster Confession of Faith’s teaching concerning the regulative principle, the singing of psalms, and the use of musical instruments in the public worship of God.”
CPJ has been peddling this as...