Reformed Literature in ebook Format: FAQ

Over 50 RFPA titles are now in ebook format!

Our readers have sent us many requests for ebook versions of our distinctive Reformed literature, and we're thrilled to now be offering this new format for a dozen of our most popular titles (with more coming soon).

We love this new medium and it seems that you do, too. Our ebook titles are "flying off the shelves" but we've had a few questions from readers about how to access their ebook once they've made the purchase.

Q. How do I receive or download my ebooks?
A. If you order an ebook, you will receive two emails. The first is an order confirmation from rfpa.org. The second contains two file links to download your ebook.

Q. I noticed one link is for a .mobi file and the other is for a .epub file. Which link do I need?
A. The .mobi file link is for Kindle users specifically and the .epub is for all other devices.

Q. How do I download the file to my device?
A. Click the appropriate file link for your device and download it either to your computer (and then transfer to your device via cable or email) or directly to your device, depending on your device’s capability. There are numerous ereader devices and apps and they all work a little differently. If our suggestions don’t work for you, please contact the support service for your device.

Q. Is there a way for my ebook or eSubscription to get pushed automatically to my ereader device?
A. At this time, we do not have an application with this ability. Please see above for suggestions on how to download your ebook file to your device.
Q. Is there a way for me to read my ebook on my PC?
A. To read the epub file, download the reader for your PC from this website:http://www.adobe.com/products/digital-editions/download.html.
To read the mobi file, download the reader for your PC from this website:http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html?ie=UTF8&docId=1000426311.

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RFPA Update - Winter 2015

 

Click the PDF link to read the rest of the RFPA Update Winter newsletter. 

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Articles in this Issue:

Looking for More Authors for Children's Books

New Books

The Bearer of the Standard: In the Age of Compromise

Come, Ye Children: A Bible Storybook for Young Children—Best Storybook I've Had

The Triple Knowledge Series

In Review: Hyper-Calvinism and the Call of the Gospel: An Examination of the Well-Meant Offer of the Gospel

Recap of the RFPA Annual Meeting

1834 Reviews & Feedback

Reader Feedback

 

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More RFPA titles now in ebook format!

                      

 

Contending for the Faith

Contending for the Faith presents the history of heretics that have troubled the church over the last two thousand years, treating errors from AD 100 (Marcion) to the present day (federal vision theology). What sets this book apart is its evaluation of every heresy from a consistently and unashamedly Reformed perspective. The reader will readily grasp the significance of the early heretics as Herman Hanko demonstrates the connection between their heresies and the errors arising later in history. The vibrant writing style brings the heretics—ancient and modern—to life. This trustworthy guide to the heretics equips believers today to "contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints" (Jude 1:3).

Contending for the Faith is a companion volume to Hanko's Portraits of Faithful Saints, a book of short biographies of the defenders of the truth from as far back as AD 100.

Covenant of God and Children of Believers, The

The Covenant of God and the Children of Believers defends the Reformed faith of the covenant of God by exposing the view of the covenant from which the attack of the "federal vision" arises. At the same time, the book sets forth the doctrine of the covenant that safeguards and promotes the gospel of sovereign grace, demonstrating that this covenant doctrine is biblical, confessional, and traditionally Reformed.

Since the controversy centers on the inclusion of the children of believers in the covenant, this book emphasizes the rightful place of children in the covenant of grace and the proper rearing of them. The author gives consideration to the views of the Protestant Reformed Churches, Baptists, the Netherlands Reformed Congregations, and the Canadian Reformed Churches ("liberated") on this topic. Leading representatives of these churches and traditions join in the discussion. 

Mysteries of the Kingdom, The

The parables form a substantial part of our Savior's ministry, and this is ample reason for us to give good attention to them. With simple and familiar earthly pictures, Jesus tells us what the kingdom of heaven is like.

"The author takes each parable and by careful exegesis opens up its rich seam of spiritual instruction, and gives a faithful and solidly Reformed interpretation. He shows us gospel mysteries of immense beauty, power, encouragement, practical relevance, and everlasting worth for citizens of a kingdom that is not of this world."Tamar Reformed Witness

Reformed Dogmatics: Volumes 1 & 2

This second edition two-volume set is a clear, systematic study and exposition of Reformed theology written by one who held the Chair of Dogmatics for some forty years at a Reformed seminary. Divided into the six generally accepted branches of theology (theology, anthropology, Christology, soteriology, ecclesiology, and eschatolog), this scholarly work is logical, scripturally sound, and faithful to the Reformed creeds and traditions.

 

 

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Common Grace Revisited and Trinity and Covenant - Now in ebook!

 

                 

 

Common Grace Revisited

Written as a response to Dr. Richard J. Mouw's apology for common grace, He Shines in All That's Fair: Culture and Common Grace, this book examines the theory of common grace in the light of Scripture and the Reformed confessions, challenges its claim to be part of the body of Reformed truth, and proposes an alternative to common grace.

 

Trinity and Covenant

In the light of profound insights of Augustine, following the lead of certain theologians in the Reformed tradition, and on the basis of the Holy Scripture, this book conceives the life of God in himself as fundamentally family fellowship. The fellowship of the Father and the Son in the Holy Spirit determines the nature of God’s works in the creating and redeeming humanity. The reader of this book will grow in the understanding of God’s covenant fellowship with his people.

 

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New edition of Better to Marry

Better to Marry, 2nd edition is now available for purchase!

Order your copy today!

$12.95 Retail

$8.42 Book Club

This small paperback book provides straightforward, practical instruction for     single and married believers alike, taken directly from the classic Bible passages on sex and marriage. Two appendices treat the remarriage and prohibition of the remarriage of the "innocent party".

 

 * The 2nd edition ebook version will be available soon in .mobi format (for   Kindle users) and .epub (all other devices).

 

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Reformed Literature in eBook Format: FAQ

 Many of our titles are now available in eBook format!


Our readers have sent us many requests for eBook versions of our distinctive Reformed literature, and we're thrilled to now be offering this new format for a dozen of our most popular titles (with more coming soon).

We love this new medium and it seems that you do, too. Our eBook titles are "flying off the shelves" but we've had a few questions from readers about how to access their eBook once they've made the purchase.

Q. How do I receive or download my eBooks?
A. If you order an eBook, you will receive two emails. The first is an order confirmation from rfpa.org. The second contains two file links to download your eBook.

Q. I noticed one link is for a .mobi file and the other is for a .epub file. Which link do I need?
A. The .mobi file link is for Kindle users specifically and the .epub is for all other devices.

Q. How do I download the file to my device?
A. Click the appropriate file link for your device and download it either to your computer (and then transfer to your device via cable or email) or directly to your device, depending on your device’s capability. There are numerous eReader devices and apps and they all work a little differently. If our suggestions don’t work for you, please contact the support service for your device.

Q. Is there a way for my eBook or eSubscription to get pushed automatically to my eReader device?
A. At this time, we do not have an application with this ability. Please see above for suggestions on how to download your eBook file to your device.

Q. Is there a way for me to read my eBook on my PC?
A. To read the epub file, download the reader for your PC from this website: http://www.adobe.com/products/digital-editions/download.html.
To read the mobi file, download the reader for your PC from this website: http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html?ie=UTF8&docId=1000426311.

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