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Book Notice by Dr. Fred G. Zaspel, from booksataglance.com

The 1960s were years of challenges to the infallibility and inspiration of scripture. These attacks were precipitated by the increasingly popular theory of evolution, which was making inroads into Reformed churches and schools. In contradiction to this creeping heresy and in unequivocal defense of the doctrine of scripture, the Reformed Free Publishing Association published In the Beginning God.

Since then the conflict between creation and evolution as the explanation of the origin of the world has intensified, and the doctrine of scripture is increasingly compromised, even in historically Reformed churches and schools.

God’s people must be knowledgeable regarding the doctrines of scripture and of creation so that they are able staunchly to defend these truths. To this end the Reformed Free Publishing Association is pleased to republish this explanation and defense of these timeless truths.

  • 144 pages
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  • ISBN 978-1-936054-76-3

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Using the perfect model prayer given by Jesus, this book teaches the requirements of a true prayer. The author explains that because prayer is given to us by the Holy Spirit and because it is a time of fellowship with God in his sanctuary, we must pray in a God-honoring way.

  • 116 pages
  • softcover
  • ISBN 978-0-916206-25-3

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In this first of the general or catholic epistles, James, the half brother of Jesus, writes to the Jewish converts to the Christian church scattered throughout the known world. His primary purpose is to define the relation between justification and the law. While teaching justification by faith, he also instructs that the works of the law are the fruit of a living faith.

This study guide is written in question form, which is intended to help God’s people define James’ concepts and their relation to each other. Answering these questions will lead to an understanding of the book.

  • 72 pages
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  • ISBN 978-1-936054-94-7

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Review by Rev. Jerome Julian, from The Outlook, Vol. 71 Issue 1
Review by Rev. Joseph Holstege, from The Standard Bearer, Vol 98. Issue 5
Review by Rev. Martyn McGeown, from the Protestant Reformed Theological Journal, Vol. 54 No. 2
Review by Rev. Matthew DeBoer

 

The book of Job is God’s commentary on the suffering and trials of his people. God speaks to our trials from the viewpoint, first, of his own interactions with Satan, then from the viewpoint of Job’s interactions with his friends, and finally as the one who appears to Job and his friends in a tornado. The book describes suffering on a scale seldom seen but shows our weaknesses and the temptations we face when under the hand of God or when called to bring comfort to others who are suffering. For that reason it is instructive and corrective but is also of great comfort, for it points those who are suffering to God’s sovereignty in trials and to his faithfulness and saving grace to his own.

Those who have read the book of Job often find the book repetitious and difficult to follow, especially the interaction of Job and his friends. This work is not meant to be an exhaustive, verse-by-verse explanation of the book of Job but is an attempt to show how the book fits together and leads up to its grand climax in the appearance of God. It also attempts to show that Job has often been misunderstood and maligned, and though guilty of sin, as we all are in suffering, is nevertheless one whose faith and hope in God are sure. May it be of help to all who love God as Job did, especially when the God they love chastises and corrects them as he does all of his children.

Ronald Hanko is an emeritus minister in the Protestant Reformed Churches of America. He has served in the active ministry for 38 years. He has also written Doctrine according to Godliness: A Primer of Reformed Doctrine and The Coming of Zion’s Redeemer: The Prophecies of Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi.

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Many people are familiar with the public persona of Herman Hoeksema. As one of the leading theologians of the twentieth century, a seminary professor, the pastor of a large congregation, and a prolific writer, he was well-known in ecclesiastical circles, as well as in the world in general. But to his family he was “just Dad.” This anecdotal biography written by his youngest child records many stories about him, some perhaps familiar but others never before told.

Included in the book are numerous pictures of Hoeksema and his family, as well as an appendix with several personal letters of Hoeksema written to his children when he took a trip to Europe in 1929. These will show you a side of Hoeksema not found elsewhere.

  • 144 pages
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  • ISBN 978-1-936054-54-1

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One reader commented:

“I finished the book Just Dad. It was so good! In so many ways I can relate to their feelings and experiences they had in their life. It is also good for us to see that he was a husband and a father. A normal and fallible man, doing the work the Lord placed before him. I still think people today place their minister and family on a pedestal and forget they have feelings, likes and dislikes, and they like to spend time with their own family and have a good time too. I am glad the RFPA printed that book.”—A Protestant Reformed minister’s wife.

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Today the central doctrine of the Reformation—justification by faith alone—is under attack, even by many in historically Reformed and Presbyterian denominations. Under the guise of a “new perspective on Paul,” revisionist theologians are resurrecting the old heresy of justification by faith and works. They give this a new name—the federal vision. But it is nothing else than the error of the Judaizers that Paul condemns in the Epistle to the Galatians.

In direct contradiction of this heresy, the author stands squarely in the tradition of Luther and Calvin. From an uncompromisingly Reformed perspective, he clearly and positively expounds the epistle, emphasizing the truth of justification by faith alone, as well as the liberty this truth gives to God’s people.

  • 448 pages
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    The key to understanding Reformed doctrine is found in the title of the first chapter in this book: "God is God." This truth sets the tone for all thirteen chapters—six on God and seven on man. Each chapter on God directs the reader’s attention to a different biblical aspect of the sovereign of the universe: God as God, as creator, as Lord, as good, as the living God, and as love. 

    The seven chapters about man open the biblical teaching about a subject often misinterpreted today. Clear explanation is given concerning man’s covenantal relationship to God, his creation in the image of God, his fall, and his totally depraved nature. Like the chapters in part one, these also emphasize that God is God.

    • 152 pages
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    • ISBN 978-0-916206-87-1

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    Dr. Julian Kennedy

    Rev. Martyn McGeown

    Knowing God in the Last Days is an explanation of the general epistle of Peter to the early New Testament church. The primary theme of the letter is the knowledge of God, a concept that occurs many times and in various contexts throughout the book. This short epistle contains a wealth of instruction for the church today.

    The secondary theme of 2 Peter is the application of the knowledge of God to the last days in which we live. Especially in his third chapter, Peter reveals to the church the knowledge of God as it relates to the end times.

    Based on exegesis of the Greek text, this commentary gives clarity of explanation to God’s people regarding necessary and important aspects of today’s Christian life. May all who read be edified.

    • 96 pages
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    Practical instruction on finding a godly marriage partner and maintaining that marriage. The author, a pastor for many years, is keenly attuned to the obstacles and problems facing many marriage-seeking Christians today, and he shares spiritual wisdom pertaining to relationships that lead to marriage.

    • 62 pages
    • paperback
    • ISBN 978-0-916206-68-0

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    Tang Jee Fung review (published in the Salt Shakers magazine)

    Less Than the Least is the memoirs of Rev. Cornelius Hanko’s long, fruitful life of nearly a century (1907–2005). He lived through two world wars, the Great Depression, the Korean and Vietnam Wars, the rise and fall of communism, and the advent of the space age, and spanned the terms of eighteen US presidents, from Theodore Roosevelt to George W. Bush.

    Son of Dutch immigrants to America, Rev. Hanko served six pastorates in five states, most notably in First Protestant Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan (1948–1964), along with Rev. Herman Hoeksema and Rev. Hubert De Wolf. Rev. Hanko poignantly describes the grief caused in the PRC by De Wolf’s heresy and schism (1953).

    More than this, Less Than the Least follows Rev. Hanko from his childhood, school days, and seminary training, all the way to his retirement (1977) and beyond.

    This delightful book comes complete with photos and appendices.

    • 348 pages
    • Second edition
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    • ISBN 978-1-944555-20-7

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    Kristin Dykstra

    Sarah Mowery

    Eva and Mina Boekestein (as reviewed in the July/Aug 2020 issue of The Outlook)

    Prof. Ronald Cammenga (as reviewed in the July 2020 issue of The Standard Bearer)

    Dr. Jason Van Vliet (as reviewed in the August 1, 2020 issue of Clarion)

    Ave and her best friend Katie lived for many years as nuns in a convent in Nimbschen. But one day the two women and several other nuns decided they must flee the convent for the city of Wittenberg so that they could worship the Lord in a way pleasing to him.


    Ave and Katie both eventually married. Ave moved away from Wittenberg, while Katie remained in the city with her new husband, Dr. Martin Luther. Over the years the women wrote each other many letters and remained close friends, “sisters in the Lord.”

    Now almost three decades later, Ave has received a letter that Katie has died. Determined to share her friend’s faith, Ave begins to relay her memories of Katie and share the letters she has kept for all these years.

    Ave desires that we learn what her friend Katie came to learn over fifty-three years on this earth: trust in the Lord. He strengthens the hearts of all who hope in him (Psalm 31:24).

    • 208 pages
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    Mere formalism in worship is a danger that the church of Christ has had to fight in every age. It is so easy for church members to become accustomed to the practice of worship such that it becomes a mere habit.

    Malachi was used in a mighty way to warn the church of his day about the evil of worshiping God outwardly rather than from the heart.

    In nine lessons, the author presents this study as a means to open the minds and hearts of believers to the treasures of wisdom in the prophecy of Malachi, which has special significance in being the last book of the Old Testament.

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    • 72 pages
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    • ISBN 978-1-936054-50-3

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    Although this book’s controversial contention that marriage is an unbreakable bond for life gets the most attention today…the book is a mainly positive explanation and application of the Bible’s teaching about marriage in all of marriage’s aspects… Marriage…is a Reformed pastor’s instruction and exhortation to married couples, especially young married couples, with the purpose that they glorify God in their marriages and enjoy the bliss of this blessed communion of life.

    The timeliness of the book is evident simply from the rate of divorce, not alone in North America in the early twenty-first century, but also in Reformed churches throughout the world…

    The second section is a history of the church’s doctrine and practice of marriage from Augustine and the early church through Calvin and the Reformation to the contemporary chaos.

    • 3rd edition
    • 256 pages
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    • ISBN 978-1-936054-51-0

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    Rev. Jerome Julien

     

    Christians want to know Christ from the Old Testament, from Micah, and the other minor prophets. And yet for many of us the minor prophets are like a sealed book. The inspired writing of the minor prophets are addressed to the people of God and addressed to us also in the New Testament church. As inspired scripture they indeed  speak of Christ: Micah does so extensively, and not only in the obvious reference to Bethlehem in chapter 5:2.

    The prophet Micah proclaims the incomparable God of judgment and mercy. This God is our God, the God of all who believe in Jesus Christ. And this prophecy has vital lessons to teach us today.

    • 240 pages
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    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."

    • 432 pages
    • hardcover
    • ISBN 978-0-916206-82-6

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    Marvelously free of worldly Christmas sentiments, this meditation focuses on the great wonder of Christ's birth as a fulfillment of God's promise to save his people. In this beautiful devotional, the reader is led through the mysterious circumstances and events surrounding Jesus' birth to contemplate God's faithfulness.

    • 206 pages
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    • ISBN 978-0-916206-31-4

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    "The Reformed Free Publishing Association has accomplished a breakthrough. For the first time, with the possible exception of Kuyper's work on the Holy Spirit, the Kuyper of sound Reformed doctrine and church reformation is presented to the English reading public…"

    "The book is biblical, deliberately and pervasively so…"

    "The book is controversial. It was controversial when it was written. It is still controversial in Reformed churches..."

    By no means is the book only controversy. There is lively, warm explanation and development of the glorious gospel of salvation by the grace of God in Jesus Christ. Kuyper is fresh. Kuyper is fervent. Kuyper storms the heart of the believer. 

    Originally published in Dutch at the end of the nineteenth century, this explanation and development of the gospel of salvation by the grace of God in Jesus Christ was controversial then and continues to be so today.


    "Reformed believers will surely be impressed with the power of the author's language and argument, the breadth of this acquaintance with past and contemporary discussion, and the cumulative weight of his case. They will also find Kuyper surprisingly fresh and pointed. Many contemporary denials of particular grace are anticipated by his arguments." — Mid-America Journal of Theology

    • 376 pages
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    • ISBN 978-0-916206-66-1

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    Joseph Holstege (published on the Young Calvinists website)

    Peace for the Troubled Heart is a genuinely Reformed devotional, breathing the rich experience of the believing child of God.

    Comprised of 37 meditations written by Herman Hoeksema, this book addresses the theme of struggle and suffering in this life of every believer as a pilgrim of this world. Hoeksema, in his warm, personal, often poetic style, masterfully exercises the spiritual gift of devotional writing.

    • 304 pages
    • hardcover
    • ISBN 978-1-936054-05-3

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    Other Books in the Reformed Spirituality Series:
    All Glory to the Only Good God
    Communion with God

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    The first epistle written by the apostle Peter was designed to strengthen, encourage, and comfort Christians in the midst of the "fiery trial" they would endure, and to hold out to them their great hope. The author of this booklet for Bible study groups leads into the various truths of this book in 16 lessons with questions (and accompanying Scripture references) that students can research before class. Space is given to write answers and class notes.

    The subject matter covered is shown in the lesson titles: Greeting and Benediction, The Joy of the New Testament Church, Hope That Never Dies, Fervent Love for the Brethren, The Chief Cornerstone, By Their Fruits Ye Shall Know Them, Patience in Suffering for God's Sake, Admonition to Wives and Husbands, A Godly Walk, A Good Confession amidst Persecution, Through Suffering to Glory, The Judge Is at the Door, Stewards in God's House, Partakers of Christ's Suffering, Admonition to Elders, and Conclusion of the Epistle.

    • 80 pages
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    • ISBN 978-0-916206-75-8

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    Philippians is a personal letter of encouragement from Paul to a congregation he held dear.

    The lessons in this booklet cover the epistle's teachings on joy and contentment, unity of the church, and fellowship in the gospel. The incarnation of Christ and call for Christians to have the mind of Christ are also treated. The student learns what pleases the Lord as Paul praises the exemplary walk of the saints in Philippi.

    • 64 pages
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    • ISBN 978-0-916206-37-6

     

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    Read about old favorites, such as Augustine and Luther, and learn about the obscure, though equally influential Christians, such as Cocceius and Olevianus. This collection of short biographies details the lives of fifty-two professing believers who lived and died for Christ. Not sentimental or fictionalized, these accounts tell what Christians actually said and did during difficult times, and they prepare the reader to face opposition today.

    REVIEWS
    "While Portraits of Faithful Saints may not make the official textbook lists in some seminaries, students are going to latch on to Hanko's latest as an indispensable cheatsheet on the biography of theologians—the Halley's Handbook of its field."—Christian Observer

    • 464 pages
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      Praise His Majesty is a music book containing 254 Psalter (a songbook of Psalms) tunes arranged for beginning pianists. The 8½ by 11 book has a sturdy semi-concealed double wire binding and glossy nylon laminate covers. Teachers of piano will find this book a worthwhile supplement to their students’ course of study. Adults with limited experience on the piano may also find this book to be of value for their enjoyment. The beginning piano student will be able to play the first few songs after only a few piano lessons. The book gradually progresses to levels that are more difficult. Upon completion of this book, the student should be ready to play out of The Psalter itself.
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      Reviews:

      Rev. Joshua Engelsma

      Rev. Dr. Don E. Galardi

      Dr. Sacha Walicord

      Rev. Grant Van Leuven


      Convinced that instruction on marriage is for God’s youth early on, Pastor Cory Griess has provided a distinctive devotional aid for family worship. Parents, do not delay! Before our children enter the dating scene, where feelings tend to inhibit clear Christian thought, we must ground them now in scriptural principles. The youth of the church will soon make pivotal decisions in their dating years that will permanently affect their married lives. Here is a biblical, insightful, and practical guide for Christian parents, many of whom have vowed at baptism to train their children in the doctrines of scripture to the utmost of their power.—Pastor Jonathan Mahtani

      • 112 pages
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      Prosperous Wicked and Plagued Saints  is a commentary on Psalm 73 that sets forth the truth of God’s goodness to his people in their trouble and of God’s curse of the wicked in their prosperity. In light of the teaching of Psalm 73, the book takes issue with a theory about earthly prosperity and earthly woe that, for all its strange popularity with Reformed and evangelical Christians, only intensifies the believer’s temptation to doubt in the hour of trouble: the theory of common grace.

      • 120 pages
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      The prophecy of Isaiah occupies a large place in the Old Testament canon of Scripture, not only from the viewpoint of its length, but also from the perspective of its significance. Second only to the psalms, it is the book most frequently quoted in the New Testament. Among the books of the prophets, it is quoted by Jesus and his apostles in support of the New Testament gospel of grace more frequently than all of the other prophets put together. In addition, Isaiah’s vocabulary is richer than that of any other prophet, and even more comprehensive and diverse than that of the psalms.

      Why did Jesus and his apostles quote from Isaiah as often as they did? What did the author of this book see in the prophecy of Isaiah that made him concentrate much of his preaching on this book for some thirty years?

      The answer lies in the messianic characteristic of the book; Isaiah speaks of Christ. Sometimes the prophecy is indirect, vague, and difficult to understand. At other times clear, literal, and straightforward. In either case, Isaiah always speaks of the coming of the Messiah implying both the judgment of the wicked world and the salvation of Zion.

      The author of this book, Homer C. Hoeksema served as minister in the Protestant Reformed Church from 1947 to 1959 as a professor of Old Testament and Dogmatics in the Theological School of the Protestant Reformed Churches from 1959 until his death in 1989. Hoeksema loved the prophecy of Isaiah and preached on 125 different passages from this book. Redeemed with Judgment: Sermons on Isaiah is the transcribed and edited collection of these sermons.

       

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      The prophecy of Isaiah occupies a large place in the Old Testament canon of Scripture, not only from the viewpoint of its length, but also from the perspective of its significance. Second only to the psalms, it is the book most frequently quoted in the New Testament. Among the books of the prophets, it is quoted by Jesus and his apostles in support of the New Testament gospel of grace more frequently than all of the other prophets put together. In addition, Isaiah’s vocabulary is richer than that of any other prophet, and even more comprehensive and diverse than that of the psalms.

      Why did Jesus and his apostles quote from Isaiah as often as they did? What did the author of this book see in the prophecy of Isaiah that made him concentrate much of his preaching on this book for some thirty years?

      The answer lies in the messianic characteristic of the book; Isaiah speaks of Christ. Sometimes the prophecy is indirect, vague, and difficult to understand. At other times clear, literal, and straightforward. In either case, Isaiah always speaks of the coming of the Messiah implying both the judgment of the wicked world and the salvation of Zion.

      The author of this book, Homer C. Hoeksema served as minister in the Protestant Reformed Church from 1947 to 1959 as a professor of Old Testament and Dogmatics in the Theological School of the Protestant Reformed Churches from 1959 until his death in 1989. Hoeksema loved the prophecy of Isaiah and preached on 125 different passages from this book. Redeemed with Judgment: Sermons on Isaiah is the transcribed and edited collection of these sermons.

      • 639 pages
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      • ISBN 978-0-916206-98-7

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      The prophecy of Isaiah occupies a large place in the Old Testament canon of Scripture, not only from the viewpoint of its length, but also from the perspective of its significance. Second only to the psalms, it is the book most frequently quoted in the New Testament. Among the books of the prophets, it is quoted by Jesus and his apostles in support of the New Testament gospel of grace more frequently than all of the other prophets put together. In addition, Isaiah’s vocabulary is richer than that of any other prophet, and even more comprehensive and diverse than that of the psalms.

      Why did Jesus and his apostles quote from Isaiah as often as they did? What did the author of this book see in the prophecy of Isaiah that made him concentrate much of his preaching on this book for some thirty years?

      The answer lies in the messianic characteristic of the book; Isaiah speaks of Christ. Sometimes the prophecy is indirect, vague, and difficult to understand. At other times clear, literal, and straightforward. In either case, Isaiah always speaks of the coming of the Messiah implying both the judgment of the wicked world and the salvation of Zion.

      The author of this book, Homer C. Hoeksema served as minister in the Protestant Reformed Church from 1947 to 1959 as a professor of Old Testament and Dogmatics in the Theological School of the Protestant Reformed Churches from 1959 until his death in 1989. Hoeksema loved the prophecy of Isaiah and preached on 125 different passages from this book. Redeemed with Judgment: Sermons on Isaiah is the transcribed and edited collection of these sermons.

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      • 464 pages
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      • 639 pages
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      Second edition. First volume of the Reformed Dogmatics. A clear, systematic study and exposition of Reformed theology written by one who held the Chair of Dogmatics for some forty years at the Protestant Reformed seminary. Divided into the six generally accepted branches of theology (theology, anthropology, Christology, soteriology, ecclesiology, and eschatology), this scholarly work is logical, scripturally sound, and faithful to the Reformed creeds and traditions.

      • 646 pages
      • hardcover
      • ISBN 978-0-616206-76-5
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      Second edition. Second volume of the Reformed Dogmatics. A clear, systematic study and exposition of Reformed theology written by one who held the Chair of Dogmatics for some forty years at the Protestant Reformed seminary. Divided into the six generally accepted branches of theology (theology, anthropology, Christology, soteriology, ecclesiology, and eschatology), this scholarly work is logical, scripturally sound, and faithful to the Reformed creeds and traditions.

      • 736 pages
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      • ISBN 978-0-916206-77-2
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      $110.00

      Second edition. Now a two-volume set. A clear, systematic study and exposition of Reformed theology written by one who held the Chair of Dogmatics for some forty years at the Protestant 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.

      Volume 1 

      • 646 pages
      • hardcover
      • ISBN 978-0-916206-76-5
      Volume 2 
      • 737 pages
      • hardcover
      • ISBN 978-0-916206-77-2

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      Reformed Education is an explanation for the people of God of the fundamentals of Christian day-school education. The book demonstrates that the basis of the Christian school is God's covenant of grace with believers and their children. Treating such vital subjects as the place of Scripture and the creeds in the school, the biblical view of culture, the qualifications and calling of the Christian schoolteacher, and the goal of education, the author contends that the covenant of God controls and shapes all aspects of the Christian school.

      In the course of this explanation, the book defends Christian schools against serious 
      challenges—challenges as old as the claim that the state schools are adequate and challenges as new as the home-schooling movement.
      This is the book to put in the hands of all believing parents. It will encourage those committed to Christian education. It will educate those who are doubtful. Christian schoolteachers will benefit from the book's description of their work: a divine calling to help in the rearing of the covenant child. Indeed, if the author is right in saying that all members of the church, whether parents or not, should support the Christian education of the children of believers as the church's own children, all can read the book with profit.

      • 112 pages
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      • ISBN 978-0-916206-63-5

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      PEACE FOR THE TROUBLE HEART

      Book reviews:

      Joseph Holstege (published on the Young Calvinists website)

      Peace for the Troubled Heart is a genuinely Reformed devotional, breathing the rich experience of the believing child of God.

      Comprised of 37 meditations written by Herman Hoeksema, this book addresses the theme of struggle and suffering in this life of every believer as a pilgrim of this world. Hoeksema, in his warm, personal, often poetic style, masterfully exercises the spiritual gift of devotional writing.

      • 304 pages
      • hardcover
      • ISBN 978-1-936054-05-3

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      COMMUNION WITH GOD

      A biblical, doctrinal, and Christ-centered devotional, this book addresses the theme of the believer’s communion with God. Each meditation expresses the knowing, desiring, feeling, and acting of the faith of the heart that is near to God and in fellowship with him in Christ by the Holy Spirit.

      Communion with God is part of the Reformed Spirituality series comprised of meditations written by Herman Hoeksema.

      • 368 pages
      • hardcover
      • ISBN 978-1-936054-06-0

      eBook version available in .mobi format (for Kindle users) and .epub (all other devices).

       

      ALL GLORY TO THE ONLY GOOD GOD

      The third book in the Reformed Spirituality series, this book again consists of meditations by Protestant Reformed minister and theologian, Herman Hoeksema. The meditations in this volume have in common their living, breathing zeal for the glory of the good God. God is only good—good in himself; good in creation; good in salvation; good in Christ; good to his elect people.

      This set of beautiful meditations demonstrates that genuine spirituality rises from and ends in the glory of God, for the zeal of the soul for God's glory is the most profound spirituality. And because the Spirit works spirituality by sound doctrine, spirituality exists and flourishes by means of sound instruction in biblical, Reformed doctrine.

      All Glory to the Only Good God is part of the Reformed Spirituality series comprised of meditations written by Herman Hoeksema.

      • 336 pages
      • hardcover
      • ISBN 978-1-936054-28-2

      Ebook version available in .mobi format (for Kindle users) and .epub (all other devices).

      $6.95

      What is and is not acceptable in a church service? Many churches today cater to the whims of their members when answering this question. This book, using the regulative principle and scripture as its guides, lays the groundwork for decision making regarding public worship.

      • 70 pages
      • paperback
      • ISBN 978-0-916206-83-3

      Ebook version available in .mobi format (for Kindle users) and .epub (all other devices).

      $41.95

      This exposition on what the author calls "one of the richest and most beautiful parts of the word of God" is clear in language, simple and warm in teaching, rich in practical application, and faithful to Scripture. This exposition is addressed not to the scholars, but to the very same audience for whom the apostle wrote the epistle: the "beloved of God, called to be saints."

      REVIEWS
      "...the best combination of theology and devotional reading that I have come across in a long time." —Evangelical Times

      "...the personal benefits from this exposition are as fine gold." —New Focus

      • 728 pages
      • hardcover 
      • ISBN 978-0-616206-71-0

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      $7.95

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      The epistle to the Romans, written by Paul from Corinth, has four main purposes. First, Paul’s purpose was to set forth in a clear and logical manner the major Christian doctrines, with emphasis on the doctrine of justification by faith alone. Second, he intends to strengthen the church in its hope. Third, he instructs the mixed Jewish and Gentile church at Rome concerning the rejection of the Jews as a nation and the inclusion of the Gentiles in the church. Fourth, he admonishes the church concerning living various aspects of the Christian life.

      Answering the questions asked in this guide will lead God’s people to an understanding of both its doctrinal and practical aspects. 

      • 96 pages
      • paperback
      • ISBN 978-1-936054-92-3

      $4.95

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      Why is Ruth a favorite book of the Bible for Christians? We learn from the introduction to the study pamphlet that "...we are all Ruths at heart, foreigners and strangers brought into the covenant kingdom by the overwhelming grace of God." Each time we read this book of the Bible we are thrilled to see how the sovereign God directs circumstances so that the Moabitess Ruth becomes a mother in the covenant line of Jesus in his incarnation.

      The book of Ruth shows how God preserves his church even in such dark times as the period of the Judges when every man did that which was right in his own eyes.

      Six study lessons are included.

      • 2nd edition
      • 36 pages
      • paperback
      • ISBN 978-1-936054-49-7

      $17.95

      The five points of Calvinism (TULIP) are clearly explained and defended in this wonderful teaching tool. Typical objections to the "doctrines of grace" are answered using Scripture and the Reformed creeds as the authors present their arguments in an easy-to-follow format.

      • 264 pages
      • hardcover
      • ISBN 978-0-916206-74-1 

      $22.95

       Click the pdf to view a sample lesson.

      Textbook for Grade 4 covers Genesis 1 through 1 Samuel.

      • 372 pages
      • hardcover 
      • ISBN 978-0-916206-35-2
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      Textbook for Grade 5 covers 2 Samuel through Malachi.

      • 372 pages
      • hardcover 
      • ISBN 978-0-916206-40-6
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      $22.95

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      Textbook for Grade 6 covers the intertestamentary period and New Testament history in the Gospel and Acts.

      • 338 pages
      • hardcover 
      • ISBN 978-0-916206-44-4

      $6.95

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      Workbook for Grade 4 covers Genesis 1 through 1 Samuel.

      • 71 pages
      • paperback
      • ISBN 978-0-916206-36-9
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      $6.95

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      Workbook for Grade 5 covers 2 Samuel through Malachi.

      • 75 pages
      • paperback
      • ISBN 978-0-916206-41-3
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      $6.95

       Click the pdf to view sample worksheet.

      Workbook for Grade 6 covers the intertestamentary period and New Testament history in the Gospel and Acts.

      • 74 pages
      • paperback
      • ISBN 978-0-916206-45-1
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      $16.95

      Written by two young ministers embroiled in conflict, this book was originally published in Dutch in 1923. Dead aim is taken at the doctrine of common grace, and great care is taken to prove its errors using Scripture and the Reformed creeds. The doctrine of the antithesis and the organic idea of the covenant are also developed. This is a logical refutation of a common error, as well as a lesson in twentieth-century Reformed church history.

      • 288 pages
      • hardcover
      • ISBN 978-0-916206-73-4

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      $11.95

      From sketches of the lives of Martin Luther and John Calvin to an explanation of the reformers’ distinctive doctrine of the last things, this book ranges widely over the sixteenth-century Reformation of the church.


      The Sixteenth-Century Reformation of the Church is divided into three parts: (fascinating) “Lives”; (significant) “History”; and (fundamental) “Doctrines and Issues.”

      Written for believers and their children, rather than for scholars, the short but meaty articles will serve to introduce the Reformation to the reader who is ignorant of that grand work of Christ; to remind the reader who is familiar with the Reformation of its glories and worth; and to ground the believing reader in the truth of the Reformation confessed, as well as to help him or her in the holy life the Reformation called for. Especially the young people of the covenant will benefit from this book.

      The writers are ministers of the Protestant Reformed Churches in America and of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Australia.

      • 202 pages
      • paperback
      • ISBN 978-0-916206-95-6

      $60.75


      The first series, Suffer Little Children (Grades 1-3), consists of teacher's manuals for each grade and workbooks for Grades 2 and 3. Textbook 1 includes an introduction to the series, which provides a basis and approach for teaching Scripture, as well as practical tips on storytelling and other teaching aids.

      Suffer Little Children Textbook (Grade 1) 347 pages, paperback (no accompanying workbook)

      Suffer Little Children Textbook (Grade 2) 195 pages, paperback

      Suffer Little Children Student's Workbook (Grade 2) 57 pages, paperback

      Suffer Little Children Textbook (Grade 3) 204 pages, paperback

      Suffer Little Children Student's Workbook (Grade 3) 56 pages, paperback

      $20.95

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      This Grade 1 textbook covers the material of Genesis 1 through 1 Samuel 31. There is no accompanying workbook because on this level, the students do not have the skills to use one. The teacher will find all the lesson suggestions in the teacher's manual. 

      • 339 pages
      • paperback
      • ISBN 978-0-916206-16-1

      $13.95

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      This textbook for Grade 2 covers the material of 2 Samuel through Malachi.

      • 189 pages
      • paperback
      • ISBN 978-0-916206-18-5
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