1647 Westminster ConfessionThe Greatest Confession in the History of the Christian Church
The Westminster Standards
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The Westminster Standards
- A list of the Members of the Westminster Assembly along with their writings: a bibliography of the Westminster Divines.
- The Solemn League & Covenant
- The Shorter Catechism
- The Larger Catechism
- Directory for Publick Worship
- Directory for Private (Family) Worship
- Form of Presbyterian Church Government
- The Sum of Saving Knowledge
- Warrants to Believe
- Introduction to the Confession, by Thomas Manton
- To the Christian Reader
- Comparison of the 1647 Westminster Confession Edition to the tragic American Revision of the Confession
Chapter I – Of the Holy Scripture
Chapter II – Of God, and of the Holy Trinity
Chapter III – Of God’s Eternal Decree
Chapter IV – Of Creation
Chapter V – Of Providence
Chapter VI – Of the Fall of Man, of Sin, and of the Punishment Thereof
Chapter VII – Of God’s Covenant with Man
Chapter VIII – Of Christ the Mediator
Chapter IX – Of Free Will
Chapter X – Of Effectual Calling
Chapter XI – Of Justification
Chapter XII – Of Adoption
Chapter XIII – Of Sanctification
Chapter XIV – Of Saving Faith
Chapter XV – Of Repentance unto Life
Chapter XVI – Of Good Works
Chapter XVII – Of the Perseverance of the Saints
Chapter XVIII – Of the Assurance of Grace and Salvation
Chapter XIX – Of the Law of God
Chapter XX – Of Christian Liberty, and Liberty of Conscience
Chapter XXI – Of Religious Worship, and the Sabbath Day
Chapter XXII – Of Lawful Oaths and Vows
Chapter XXIII – Of the Civil Magistrate
Chapter XXIV – Of Marriage and Divorce
Chapter XXV – Of the Church
Chapter XXVI – Of the Communion of Saints
Chapter XXVII – Of the Sacraments
Chapter XXVIII – Of Baptism
Chapter XXIX – Of the Lord’s Supper
Chapter XXX – Of Church Censures
Chapter XXXI – Of Synods and Councils
Chapter XXXII – Of the State of Men after Death, and of the Resurrection of the Dead
Chapter XXXIII – Of the Last Judgment
Every Christian ought to consider the manner in which Christ’s Spirit engages men in spiritual revival and renewal throughout the history of the church.
The covenanters were some of the most abused Christians in the history of the church. Their lives and deaths are a telling account of God’s faithfulness to them and their unwavering faithfulness to Christ’s Crown and Covenant.
Heresy in the church is exceedingly destructive. This work is a wonderful summation of many of the heresies that have plagued the church throughout history, as well as in our own day.
Did Augustine believe and teach the doctrines of grace? Or were these doctrines formulated later? This work is a survey of Augustine’s writings with the conclusion that Augustine was no doubt, a Calvinist.
Read about the sovereignty of God in action during the greatest revival and recovery of the Gospel of Jesus Christ in church history – the Reformation…and all of it MADE EASY.
Mitchell delivers one of the best analysis of the preparation and creation of the Westminster Documents. A must read for lovers of Puritanism and the Westminster Confession.
Visit old England and the preachers of the day. Brown chooses choice selections for you to read about those who made Protestantism possible just before the time of the Reformation, up and through the time of the Puritans.
The history of the covenanters is heart wrenching and faith affirming. This is one of the only works available that comprehensibly deals with that period of persecution in the time of the Covenanters in Scotland. Awesome faith-building reading.
Hetherington’s work is a classic. It is one of the best histories of the Assembly available. Now in an updated format, and available in both eBook and Print!
This is one of the only existent copies and manuscripts of the history of Wycliffe. Generally, only children’s books can be found on him. This faith building work outlines his life and difficulties as the Morning Star of the Reformation.