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The Doctrine of Salvation
The Most Important Message
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
The Blood of Jesus, William Reid Audio
All of Grace, Charles H. Spurgeon Audio
The Almost Christian, Matthew Mead Audio
The Rise and Progress of Religion in the Soul, Philip Doddgridge
The Doctrine of Justification, James Buchanan
Christ our High Priest, Bearing the Iniquity of our Holy Things, Horatius Bonar
Today’s Apostasy: How Decisionism is Destroying our Churches, by R. L. Hymers & Christopher Cagan
Will I be Saved if I Ask Jesus Christ into my Heart or Repeat the “Sinner’s Prayer”?
Evangelism Video: An Example of How to Proclaim the Gospel
How to Proclaim the Gospel: A Guide to Personal Soulwinning
Evangelizing Biblically (Mp3 files, Thomas Ross), part 1 part 2 part 3 part 4 part 5 part 6 Handouts for series on evangelizing Biblically # 1
#2 #3 #4 #5 Pamphlets for false religions Evangelistic Bible Studies Bible Studies as a Word doc Foreign language resources The Biblical Mandate for House to House Evangelism
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.)
Southern Baptist Evangelism and Unregenerate Evangelicals
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.
The Nature of Vivification
The Prerequisites for Vivification: Be Right with God
The Means of Vivification
“The just shall live by faith”— A Study of Faith’s Connection with Salvation in All Its Justifying, Sanctifying, and Glorifying Fullness
The Nature and Certainty of Sanctification: The Body of Sin is Progressively Destroyed, Romans 6:6
Exegetical and Historical Excursus #1: Does Colossians 2:6 Teach Sanctification by Faith Alone?
Exegetical and Historical Excursus #2: Romans 7:14-25 Depicts Part of the Normal Christian Life
Exegetical and Historical Excursus #3: Does Galatians 2:20, or any other Text in Scripture, Teach that Christ lives the Christian Life instead of the Believer?
Exegetical and Historical Excursus #4: Hebrews 3-4: Evidence that Some Christians Are Perpetually Rebellious and Disobedient?
Exegetical and Historical Excursus #5: A Study of Ephesians 5:18: “And be not drunk with wine, wherein is excess; but be filled with the Spirit.”
Exegetical and Historical Excursus #6: Is Fallen Man’s Obligation to Obey God Limited to His Ability to Do So?
Exegetical and Historical Excursus #7: Are All Believers Disciples?
Exegetical and Historical Excursus #8: What Does it Mean to Abide in Christ?
Exegetical and Historical Excursus #9: Regeneration and Sanctification Are Connected with the Renewal of the Whole Person, Body, Soul, and Spirit—Not with the Spirit Alone
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 #11: Hannah Whitall Smith: Higher Life Writer, Speaker on Sanctification, Developer of the Keswick Theology, Quaker Quietist and Universalist Heretic
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
Exegetical and Historical Excursus #13: Do Keswick Critics Routinely Misrepresent Keswick Theology?
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)
F. B. Meyer
Evan Roberts, the Welsh Revival of 1904-1905, and Jessie Penn-Lewis (3 parts: part 1, part 2, part 3)
A. B. Simpson
John A. MacMillan
A Concluding Exhortation, Classic and Baptist Works on Sanctification, and the Bibliography
Psalm 51:11 and Eternal Security
Ezekiel 18 and Eternal Security
The Book of Life and Eternal Security
A Brief Statement on what the Bible Teaches on the Five Points of Calvinism (TULIP)
An Exposition Of Romans 9, Including A Demonstration That The Chapter Does Not Teach Calvinism
The Calvinism Debate, David Cloud
Holiness, J. C. Ryle
Of the Mortification of Sin in Believers, John Owen Download PDF
The Nature, Power, Deceit, and Prevalency of the Remainders of Indwelling Sin in Believers, John Owen
A Treatise of the Dominion of Sin and Grace, John Owen
The Grace and Duty of Being Spiritually Minded, John Owen
Of Temptation, John Owen
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 Resolutions of Jonathan Edwards
Studies in Perfectionism, Vol. 1 & 2, Benjamin B. Warfield, vol. 7-8 of Works of Warfield
The Carnal Christian, Ernest C. Reisinger
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.