Bible Study Season

As a new society season of the study of the Bible approaches, please consider the materials that the Reformed Free Publishing Association has available.

Study Guides:
Ruth, Malachi, Acts, Romans, Philippians, 1 & 2 Thessalonians, Hebrews, James, and 1 Peter.

A Pilgrim's Manual (1 Peter)
The Coming of Zion's Redeemer (Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi)
Faith Made Perfect (James)   
Studies in the Book of Genesis   
Justified unto Liberty (Galatians)     
Knowing God in the Last Days (2 Peter)                                                                   
Redeemed with Judgment (Isaiah)                                         
Righteous by Faith Alone (Romans)
Unfolding Covenant History (5-volume series on the Old Testament)
Walking in the Way of Love (1 Corinthians)

End-times, creation, heresies (e.g., common grace), marriage, church history, the parables, and many more.


RFPA Update newsletter - Spring 2018

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The articles in this issue are:
  • "Richly blessed by those books"
  • Keeping RFPA titles in print: Amazing Cross, Behold, He Cometh, Portraits of Faithful Saints
  • Two special Reformation Issues of the Standard Bearer
  • New Releases: Walking in the Way of Love, T is for Tree, Studies in Hebrews
  • Children's books division news
  • What are the next books being printed?: Here We Stand: Commemorating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, The Belgic Confession commentary (volume 1), Grace and Assurance: The Message of the Canons of Dordt
  • Blog news
  • Radio Interviews
  • Test your foreign language skills!
  • Book Review: Knowing God in the Last Days: Commentary on 2 Peter
  • Reader feedback


Studies in Hebrews

Studies in Hebrews

Study Guide

by Mark H. Hoeksema

The epistle to the Hebrews is one of the more difficult books of the Bible to interpret. Yet it is important to study, primarily because it helps us to understand the relation between the Old and New Testaments. Those who sometimes struggle with the interpretation, but who nevertheless persevere, will find in Hebrews the rich fruit of learning and edification. The main theme of Hebrews is the relation between the Old Testament and the New Testament. Two sub-themes present themselves. One is the concept better, a term used twelve times in the epistle to help define the relation between the testaments. The other is the emphasis on faith as contrasted with sight. This theme runs throughout the epistle and is particularly evident in the classic chapter eleven.

  • 96 pages
  • paperback
  • ISBN 978-1-944555-28-3
  • Retail: $7.95, Book Club USA: $5.17, Book Club International: $5.56

* This book will not be automatically sent to Book Club members.



RFPA Update - Winter 2015


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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

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