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Nice Reformed Reading List

Posted by Job on September 21, 2009

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Acceptable Sacrifice, by John Bunyan
All Loves Excelling, by John Bunyan
All Things for Good, by Thomas Watson
Apostasy from the Gospel, by John Owen
Art of Prophesying, by William Perkins
Bruised Reed, by Richard Sibbes
Christian Love, by Hugh Binning
Christian’s Great Interest, by William Guthrie
Come & Welcome to Jesus Christ, by John Bunyan
Communion With God, by John Owen
Doctrine of Repentance, by Thomas Watson
Dying Thoughts, by Richard Baxter
Glorious Freedom, by Richard Sibbes
Glory of Christ, by John Owen
Godly Man’s Picture, by Thomas Watson
Golden Treasury of Puritan Quotations, by I.D.E. Thomas
Great Gain of Godliness, by Thomas Watson
Heaven on Earth, by Thomas Brooks
Holy Spirit, by John Owen
Jerusalem Sinner Saved, by John Bunyan
Justification Vindicated, by Robert Traill
Learning in Christ’s School, by Ralph Benning
Letters of Samuel Rutherford, by Samuel Rutherford
Lifting Up For The Downcast, by William Bridge
Lord’s Supper, by Thomas Watson
Mortification of Sin, by John Owen
Mystery of Providence, by John Flavel
Prayer, by John Bunyan
Precious Remedies Against Satan’s Devices, by Thomas Brooks
Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment, by Jeremiah Burroughs
Reformed Pastor, by Richard Baxter
Secret Key to Heaven: The Vital Importance of Private Prayer, by Thomas Brooks
Shorter Catechism Explained, by Thomas Vincent
Sinfulness of Sin, by Ralph Venning
Spirit (The) and the Church, by John Owen
Spiritual-Mindedness, by John Owen
Sure Guide to Heaven, by Joseph Alleine
Temptation: Resisted & Repulsed, by John Owen
True Bounds of Christian Freedom, by Samuel Bolton

3 Responses to “Nice Reformed Reading List”

  1. Yeah I got problems with bunyan and is quaker ways.

  2. Job said

    Dawkinswatch:

    John Bunyan was not a Quaker. He was Reformed Baptist, which is about as far from a Quaker as you can get. Had John Bunyan been a Quaker, he most likely never would have been thrown in jail by the Anglicans. Please read a book by John Bunyan (preferably Pilgrim’s Progress, but Journey to Hell and Holy War are good too) and then read one by George Fox (or the modern popularizer of that movement George Foster) and you will know that Bunyan most certainly was not a Quaker.

  3. naturalsystah said

    Wow, great list! I look forward to reading some of these🙂

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