John Bunyan’s

Grace Abounding and The Pilgrim’s Progress

Included in this book are 2 of Bunyan’s most famous and well-known works: The Pilgrim’s Progress and Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners

This new edition of The Pilgrim’s Progress is based by Professor Roger Sharrock on his Oxford English Texts edition and represents a return to the first edition of 1678 and, for passages introduced later, to the earliest edition in which they appear. It has thus been possible to restore, as undoubtedly superior readings, Bunyan’s colloquial and provincial forms.

The work is preceded by Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners, again based on Professor Sharrock’s OET edition of 1962.

 

  • Oxford University Press
  • 1966 edition, 412 pages
  • Printed in Great Britain
  • Navy blue clothbound hardback
  • Dust jacket with cellophane cover
  • In VERY GOOD + condition for its age; clipped price on dust jacket; tanning, etc., to pages consistent with age. No notes or highlights noticed anywhere in text.
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“These troubles and distresses that you go through in these Waters, are no sign that God hath forsaken you, but are sent to try you, whether you will call to mind that which heretofore you have received of his goodness, and live upon him in your distresses.”

 

  • The Pilgrim’s Progress, p.267

 

Richard Heath’s

The Reformation In France, Vol. I & II

 

Part of The Religious Tract Society’s The Church History Series.

The Reformation in France: Volume I – From its Dawn to the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes

“A graphic sketch of the history of Reform in France during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

The Reformation in France: Volume II – After the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes

“This little volume carries on Mr. Heath’s graphic and instructive history of the Reformation in France up to the period when the Churches were incorporated into the State.

 

  • The Religious Tract Society
  • 1886 (Vol I) and 1888 (Vol II) edition, both 192 pages each
  • Printed in Great Britain
  • Blue-Green clothbound hardback
  • In VERY GOOD condition for its age; light tanning, etc., to pages about as good as can be expected. Very sparse underling on a handful of pages, but does not prevent easy reading where present. Presentation note written in front of Vol. I (given in 1899 from Presbyterian minister for bringing new members to and event).
  • Price: $38.50       [Retail: n/a ]

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” ‘I know now words that can depict the wretched state of the French people at this time,’ says one of our most eminent literary authorities, writing of the period when the doctrines of the Reformation began to permeate France.”

 

  • p.9

 

Charles Hodge’s

Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans

 

“”His ‘Commentary on Romans’ was first published in 1835. An abridged edition appeared in 1836. The former was translated and published in France in 1841, and the latter republished in England in 1838. The whole work was rewritten and enriched with his mature studies in 1864. It is this last and most perfect edition which is now offered to the public. It should continue to be used by all students of the author’s ‘Systematic Theology,’ presenting as it does, in continuous exposition of the most systematic of the doctrinal Epistles, the biblical ground and verification of the ‘system’ which he elsewhere so clearly states and defends.” – A.A. Hodge

 

  • Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company
  • 1972 edition, 458 pages
  • Photolithographed reproduction of Revised Edition published in 1886
  • Red grained hardback
  • In VERY GOOD condition for its age; light tanning, etc., to pages about as good as can be expected. No notes or highlights noticed anywhere in text. Previous owners name written on first page.
  • Price: $20.00       [Retail: n/a – $28 for Banner edition]

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“…when the glorious gospel was revealed, thousands of hearts, in all parts of the world, were prepared, by the grace of God, to exclaim, This is all our desire and all our salvation!”

 

  • p.3

 

D. Martyn Lloyd Jones;

14 Vol. Romans Commentary Set

IThis is the complete 14 volume set of sermons on Romans by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones. All over the world in the most diverse situations are to be found Christian men and women who owe an incalculable debt to the ministry of Dr. D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones who for thirty years was the minister of Westminster Chapel, London. His longest series of expositions was this 14 volume set of Romans, the greatest of New Testament Epistles.

To see the publishers information on this item, click  here.

 

  • Banner of Truth Trust
  • 2018 edition, 5075 pages
  • Printed in USA
  • Black clothbound hardback
  • Dust jacket with varying design for each volume
  • NEW IN BOX
  • Price: $295       [Retail: $332]

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“I would suggest to you that [Romans was placed first in position of Epistles in the Canon] because the church was given the wisdom by the Holy Ghost to realize that it is first in importance. It has been put first from the very beginning and all have accorded it this position. IT has been recognized as the Epistle in which we are face to face with all the foundation truths in Scripture.”

 

  • p.3

 

Richard Newton’s

Reformation Heroes

c. Late 1800’s copy of Newton’s Reformation Hereos, a “new edition” of the (also titled) The Reformation and Its Heroes work.

Richard Newton was an English college principal and clergyman until his death in 1753.

This wonderful small work contains information on the likes of John Wycliffe, Martin Luther, William Tyndale, Latimer and Ridley, and many others. A great primer to Reformation history in a wonderful, antique package.

  • Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier
  • Late 1800’s edition, 192 pages
  • Printed in Edinburgh, Scotland
  • Ornately printed clothbound hardback
  • In GOOD condition for its age; some wear to the cloth, largely on the spine; very modest tanning to pages consistent with age, but pages generally look fantastic. No notes or highlights noticed anywhere in text.
  • Price: $27.00       [Retail: n/a]

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“Since the founding of the Christian Church, and the close of the New Testament history, no more important event has ever taken place than the great Reformation.”

 

  • p.9

 

Richard Newton’s

The Reformation and Its Heroes

1891 copy of Newton’s The Reformation and Its Heroes work.

Richard Newton was an English college principal and clergyman until his death in 1753.

This wonderful small work contains information on the likes of John Wycliffe, Martin Luther, William Tyndale, Latimer and Ridley, and many others. A great primer to Reformation history in a wonderful, antique package.

  • Thomas Nelson and Sons
  • 1891 edition, 158 pages
  • London, Great Britain
  • Gilted and printed blue clothbound hardback
  • In GOOD condition for its age; little wear to the cloth; tanning and some stains to pages consistent with age; original Sunday School gift label present on inside cover. No notes or highlights noticed anywhere in text.
  • Price: $28.00       [Retail: n/a]

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“Since the founding of the Christian Church, and the close of the New Testament history, no more important event has ever taken place than the great Reformation.”

 

  • p.9

 

William S. Plumer’s

Psalms Commentary

Although more than six hundred commentators have written on the Psalms, it has long been difficult to find a comprehensive treatment of this book of Scripture in one volume.

Some expositions have excelled in scholarship, but, unlike the Psalter, in instructing the mind they have failed to exercise the heart.

Dr. Plumer’s Commentary avoids this defect, the author believing that from the Psalms ‘piety has derived more nourishment than from any other source,’ and that his work should serve that same purpose.

 

  • Banner of Truth Trust
  • 2016 edition, 1211 pages
  • Printed in the USA
  • Red clothbound hardback
  • Dustjacket in excellent shape
  • In LIKE NEW condition
  • Price: $42.50       [Retail: $49.50]
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“The case of believers can never be worse in the eyes of men, than was that of Christ on the cross. He was regarded and treated as a worm, and no man. Low as believers may sink, their Saviour sank lower.”

 

  • p303

 

Charles Spurgeon’s

Lectures To My Students

Series One, Two, and Three Included

“One modern-day scholar and authority on Spurgeon says of his work: ‘Next to Mr. Spurgeon’s great literary work, The Treasury of David, we consider (these) Letters To My Students his greatest single contribution to the Christian world. There is more practical wisdom, common sense and sage advice packed within these pages than within any other book of similar size or content.’

This new complete and unabridged edition of Spurgeon’s great work will make it possible for today’s generation to appreciate Spurgeon’s combination of discerning wit and refreshingly practical advice.”

 

  • Zondervan Publishing House
  • 1958 edition, 443 pages
  • Printed in Great Britain
  • Green clothbound hardback
  • Original dust jacket in acceptable condition
  • In GOOD condition for its age; clipped price on dust jacket; tanning, etc., to pages consistent with age. No notes or highlights noticed anywhere in text. Gift note and previous owners labels and stamps found on first pages, but do not detract from the content at all. Nice green clothbound cover underneath dust jacket.
  • Price: $17.00       [Retail: n/a – $27+ for similar]

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“I pray you, moreover, measure your work in the light of God. Are you God’s servant or not? If you are, how can your heart be cold? Are you sent by a dying Saviour to proclaim his love and win the reward of his wounds, or are you not?”

 

  • p.319