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.
Teasley Holy Spirit and Other Spirits is about the Holy Spirit’s effect on the believer as wells as how other spirits (demons) try to affect mankind with specific unholy spirits.
Methodist Dunn’s Mission of the Spirit is a work on the Office and work of the Holy Spirit in Redemption. 19 chapters. 1872
Mastering the Bible by Mark Cambron is a tremendous work on Hermeneutics going through many principles used in order to correctly interpreting the Word of God, such as the principle of first mention, the principle of types, the principle of double reference, etc.
Scroggie Is the Bible the Word of God, This is a work on whether the Bible is the authority of God or not. Bibliology. Of course it is. The Bible itself claims to be inspired. Both Old and New Testaments testify to this.
This work by Louis Gaussen, The Divine Inspiration of the Bible, is translated from German (I think, but from another language). One of the key concepts he treats is the concept of theopneustia, which is the Greek adjective, “God-Breathed” or inspired. He looks at different aspects of the Bible’s inspiration.
Griffith-Thomas – How we got our Bible. Authority of the Bible is a 12 chapter work on the authority of the Bible, its structure, canonicity, trustworthiness, inspiration, interpretation, etc.