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Calvinism; The Reformed Faith

A Brief and Untechnical Statement of the Reformed Faith, Benjamin B. Warfield (CRTA)

Assurance, George Gillespie (Naphtali Press)

The Five Points of Calvinism, Robert Lewis Dabney (CRTA)

Historic Church Documents (Dort, Westminster, etc.) (CRTA)

For Whom did Christ Die?  John Owen (CRTA)

The Sovereignty of God, By: A.W. Pink (CRTA)

Justification by Faith, John Owen (IPBE Library)

The Decrees of God, Samuel Willard (Fire and Ice)

The Decrees of God, Hugh Binning (Fire and Ice)

The Institutes of the Christian Religion, John Calvin (CRTA)

Repentance, James Durham (Naphtali Press)

Of Predestination Part 1, Hugh Binning (Fire and Ice) Part 2.

The Reformed Faith: An Exposition of the Westminster Confession of Faith, Robert Shaw (CRTA)

Body of Divinity, Thomas Watson (IPBE)

Preaching God's Word, William Gouge (Fire & Ice)

The Church

 Church and State, William Cunningham (Naphtali Press)

The Westminster Assembly and the Relation between Church and State, William Cunningham (Naphtali Press)

Brief View of the Evidence for the Exercise of Civil Authority About Religion, Thomas M'Crie (Naphtali Press)

The Reformed Pastor, Richard Baxter (CRTA)

The Ruling Elder, Samuel Miller, D.D. (CRTA)

The Discretionary Power of the Church, John L. Girardeau (Naphtali Press)

The Ruling Elder An Assertion of the Government of the Church of Scotland, George Gillespie.

Sermon against Schism, Thomas Boston (Naphtali Press)

Separation and Schism, Multiple Authors (Naphtali Press)

Wholesome Severity Reconciled with Christian Liberty, George Gillespie (Naphtali Press)


Church History

The Discipline of the Reformation, David Hay Fleming (Naphtali Press)

History of the Westminster Assembly of Divines, William M. Hetherington (CRTA)

Presbyterianism in Ireland, Thomas Witherow (Fire & Ice)

In Defense of [Reading] the Puritans, Martin Brow (Fire & Ice)


Revivals of Religion, Samuel Miller, D.D. (Naphtali Press).

On Revivals of Religion: Review of Charles Finney, Albert Dod (Naphtali Press)

Extraordinary gifts; Tongues, etc.

Tongues at Corinth: Languages, not Ecstasies!  Frances Nigel Lee (Dominion Data, Works of F. N. Lee)

Frequent Communion

Letters on Frequent Communion by John M. Mason (

The Regulative Principle

The Regulative Principle of Worship by G. I. Williamson (PDF format, off site,
G.I. Williamson presented this paper at the Fifth International Conference of Reformed Churches, Westminster Theological Seminary, June 20-27, 2001. This paper will give you a historical, confessional, and theological overview defending the biblical doctrine of worship, which Reformed churches all held until the 19th Century. Given the confusion and conflict over worship in churches today, we invite you to consider this principled approach to the worship of God.

Nine Lines of Argument in Favor of the Regulative Principle of Worship, by Dr. T. David Gordon (off site,

Sola Scriptura and the Regulative Principle of Worship by Brian Schwertley

The Discretionary Power of the Church, John L. Girardeau (Naphtali Press)

Dabney's Review of John L. Girardeau on Instrumental Music in Worship (Naphtali Press)


Presbyterian, Puritan Sermons

Naphtali Press


The Sabbath

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Change of the Sabbath, Thomas Shepherd (IPBE)


Holy Days

George Gillespie on Holy Days, (Naphtali Press)

David Calderwood: Against Festival Days (Naphtali Press)

James Gilfillan: Holidays (Naphtali Press)

Brian Schwertley: The Regulative Principle of Worship and Christmas (Reformed Witness)

Exclusive Psalmody

Are the Psalms really appropriate for New Testament worship?, by H. Leverne Rosenberger (off site,

Singing the Psalms: A Brief History of Psalmody, by R. C. Leonard (Laudemont Ministries)

A Brief Examination of Exclusive Psalmody, by Brian Schwertley (Reformed Witness)

Psalm Singing: A Reformed Heritage (Protestant Reformed Churches)

Rev. H. DeCock's Case Against Hymns. Translated, Edited and Annotated by J.A. Wanliss & W.L. Bredenhof. Exclusive Psalmody in the Dutch Reformed tradition.