Evangelical Tracts of J.C. Ryle wrote well over two hundred evangelical tracts, of which more than two million were circulated, and many were translated into foreign languages. Throughout his ministry, he remained one of the strongest defenders of the evangelical reformed faith within the Church of England. His faithful witness to the Gospel of Christ needs to be heard more than ever today. The following selection of tracts are classics of Gospel Truth that readers came to expect from all his writings. His tracts are.
Aitken Doctrine of Baptism is a 8 chapter work on baptism, looking at it from the consideration of Regeneration and Conversion.
Dabney was a Baptist, and this work is his Systematic Theology. Dabney was also Calvinistic.
Life and Times takes Jesus the Messiah, and examines the New Testament teaching in light of Jewish history and culture
This is a Catechism and Confession of faith in 18 chapters. The format is question and answers. Robert Barclay was a Quaker
Praying to Mary and the saints? Mary becomes a deity? Earning salvation? Indulgences? Man forgives sin? Joe Mizzi invites you to test what the Catholic Church says against that of the Bible to find the truth.
The Baier/Walther Compendium of Positive Theology served as the systematic theology textbook for the first few generations of Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod pastors. Written in Latin, it is a revised edition of a classic work by the Seventeenth Century Lutheran dogmatian Johannes Baier. This edition contains an English translation of the theses at the head of each chapter. Later editions will offer the full text of the work.