The Doctrine of Salvation
Repentance Defended Against Antinomian Heresy: A Brief Defense of the Indubitable Biblical Fact and Historic Baptist Doctrine that Repentance is a Change of Mind that Always Results in a Change of Action
An Example of Biblically Counselling Someone Without A Sinner’s Prayer Methodology (video), Paul Washer (note: linking this video is by no means an endorsement of Washer in general or of TULIP Calvinistic soteriology in particular.)
A Pastor’s Sketches: or, Conversations with Anxious Inquirers, Respecting the Way of Salvation, Ichabod Smith Spencer, vol 1 vol 2 (Note: these volumes, while certainly not infallible, are helpful real-life sketches of the sort of careful evangelistic counsel that was much more widespread before the invention of the sinner’s prayer methodology.)
The Doctrine of Sanctification: An Exegetical Examination, with Application, in Biblical, Historic Baptist Perspective, to which is Appended a Historical, Exegetical, and Elenctic Evaluation of Influential Errors, Particularly the Keswick Theology, part 1 part 2 part 3 part 4 (Download PDF of complete work) Note: This is a work in progress that is not yet completed. It can be sited in other works as: The Doctrine of Sanctification: An Exegetical Examination, with Application, in Historic Baptist Perspective, to which is Appended a Historical, Exegetical, and Elenctic Evaluation of Influential Errors, Particularly the Keswick Theology, Thomas D. Ross. Ph. D. diss., Great Plains Baptist Divinity School, 2016.
Exegetical and Historical Excursus #10: Excerpt from “A Warning Exhortation Against Pietists, Quietists, and all Who in a Similar Manner have Deviated to a Natural and Spiritless Religion under the Guise of Spirituality,” by Wilhelmus à Brakel
Exegetical and Historical Excursus #12: An Analysis and Critique of Keswick Theology as Set Forth Particularly In So Great Salvation: The History and Message of the Keswick Convention, by Steven Barabas
Keswick Theology, Continuationism or Anti-Cessationism, and the Rise of the Pentecostal, Charismatic, and Word of Faith Movements: Vignettes of Certain Important Advocates of Keswick or Higher Life Theology and their Beliefs Concerning Spiritual Gifts and Other Matters: William Boardman, Andrew Murray, Frederick B. Meyer, Evan Roberts and Jessie Penn-Lewis, A. B. Simpson, John A. MacMillan, and Watchman Nee; an Introduction (#14)
Looking unto Jesus, Isaac Ambrose Note: While this is a fine devotional book overall, the reader should be wary of unscriptural aspects of covenant theology and Calvinism.
The Faith, Assurance, and Perseverance of the Saints, Ernest C. Reisinger Note: Reisinger is an advocate of TULIP Calvinism, and that false teaching should not be adopted.