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Pastor Douglas Douma (A Place for Thoughts blog)

Rev. John Marcus

Rev. Martin VanderWal

AD 2017 marked the five-hundredth anniversary of the Reformation of the church of Jesus Christ. In 1517 the Reformer Martin Luther affixed the ninety-five theses to the door of the church in Wittenberg, Germany, the act by which Jesus Christ began his reformation of his church. Essential to this Reformation was the gospel-truth of justification by faith alone. This book on justification is intended by the Reformed Free Publishing Association and the author to celebrate that glorious work of Christ.

But the purpose is more than a celebration of the beginning of the Reformation. It is to maintain, defend, and promote the Reformation in the perilous times for the church at present. The doctrine of justification by faith alone is so fundamental to the gospel of grace that an exposition and defense of this truth are in order always. The true church of Christ in the world simply cannot keep silent about this doctrine. To keep silent about justification by faith alone would be to silence the gospel.

  • 528 pages
  • hardcover 
  • ISBN 978-1-944555-18-4

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The Rock Whence We Are Hewn is comprised of various pamphlets and booklets written very early in the history of the Protestant Reformed Churches—between 1919 and 1940. The authors are two men whom God used in forming these churches—Herman Hoeksema and Henry Danhof. All the writings explain and defend the great doctrines of the Reformed faith that were fundamental to the founding of the Protestant Reformed Churches—covenant, predestination, particular grace, and antithesis. These writings therefore were used to establish these churches in the very beginning of their history. The contents of the book are their foundational writings.

The title of the book is taken from Isaiah 51:1: “Hearken to me, ye that follow after righteousness, ye that seek the Lord: look unto the rock whence ye are hewn, and to the hole of the pit whence ye are digged.” In this figurative way the prophet called the people of Israel to look to their origins. This title calls the members of the Protestant Reformed Churches, including the ministers and other officebearers, and especially the younger generation, to find in the book the doctrinal truths that are of fundamental importance to the Protestant Reformed Churches still today. By the work of the Spirit these doctrines, confessed, defended, and explained in the writings in this book, are the source of the churches—the rock whence they were hewn.

  • By Henry Danhof & Herman Hoeksema, edited by David J. Engelsma
  • 544 pages
  • hardcover
  • ISBN 978-1-936054-95-4

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Volume 1 - From Creation to the Flood
by Homer C. Hoeksema
368 pages
hardcover

Volume 2 - From the Flood to Isaac
by Homer C. Hoeksema
328 pages
hardcover

Volume 3 - From Jacob to the Exodus
by Homer C. Hoeksema
344 pages
hardcover

Volume 4 - Through the Wilderness into Canaan
by Homer C. Hoeksema
414 pages
hardcover

Volume 5 - Judges and Ruth
by David J. Engelsma
238 pages
hardcover

Volume 6 - From Samuel to Solomon
by David J. Engelsma
224 pages
hardcover


Follow Old Testament history using God's covenant as the basis for a proper understanding of the unfolding events! Volumes 1-5 of an estimated 8-volume series are now available.


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