Eternal Security of the Believer By Dr. Harry Ironside See biographical information on Harry Allen Ironside (Brethren) Ironside – Eternal Security of the Believer Ironside-Eternal-Security-of-the-BelieverDCox.gbk_.twm 0.1 MiB 195 Downloads Details […]
Chafer – Doctrine of Salvation is a study by Chafer (Congregationalist) on Salvation. This work begins with a study on the word “salvation”, and then a study on the divine estimate of the Lost. This is followed by the three-fold message of the Cross, the present values of the Cross to the unsaved, the one condition of Salvation, the riches of Grace in Christ Jesus, Assurance, Rewards or the place of Christian Works, eternal security of the believer-doubtful passages, eternal security of the believer-doctrine of Scripture, and an appeal.
Gleanings from Paul by Arthur Pink ‘We do not idolize him. But we do recognize him as a very unique man of God who can teach us through his pen […]
Winslow’s work on the Sympathy of Christ. Christ identifies with mankind, and this work examines that point.
This is a work by the “Westminster Divines”, which were key Presbyterian doctrinal teachers in England, which is also known as the Westminster Assemby. The work is composed of 33 doctrinal statements which are basically a creed of the Presbyterian church drawn up in 1643-1649. Note that these documents (Confession, larger and shorter catechisms) were the principal doctrinal declarations of the Presbyterian Reformation, basically being the English and Scottish. Later the Scottish had a dissent from these rejecting the confession but retaining the two catechism.
In this 7 chapter work on the perseverance of the Saints, Boettner (Reformed, Presbyterian) first states the doctrine, the shows us why it doesn’t depend on good works but God’s grace, he examines the Christian’s temporary slide back into sin, how an outward profession of righteousness is no guarantee of salvation, the arminian sense of insecurity, and warnings against apostasy.
Gleanings from Paul by Arthur Pink (Reformed Baptist) is a work of 33 chapters on Prayer from the Apostle Paul’s writings.