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"This collection of 62 CDs is a truly astounding accomplishment. There is nothing like this available to the ordinary Christian on the whole face of the earth. Now, for the first time ever, ordinary Christians can have direct and near effortless access to the very cream of Puritan and Reformed, as well as Covenanter, literature... What they used to say of the Puritan John Flavel's preaching, can be said of these CDs: they are 'hissing hot'! ... more" (emphases added).
- Dr Jonathan D. Moore, Cambridge, UK.
(Scholar of 16th and 17th century Calvinistic literature.)
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The Covenanted Reformation Defended Against
by Greg Barrow (Greg Price, Reg Barrow and Larry Birger) The best contemporary book on true
biblical unity! This book, of over 300 [8.5" X 11"] pages, is also
offered as a cerlox bound photocopy [$14.98 US funds] or a Hardcover photocopy
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International Covenanted Reformation or Schism? (A Reply to Doug Wilson) by Reg Barrow
The Biblical and Logical Necessity of Uninspired Creeds by Larry Birger, Jr. (A humorous and instructive dialogue between Hans [a paleopresbyterian] and Franz [a neopresbyterian], demonstrating the absolute necessity of uninspired creeds. Hans shows Franz that Franz's rejection of uninspired creeds is itself an uninspired creed.)
Of Uniformity In Religion, Worship of God, and Church Government by George Gillespie. (Discusses some foundational biblical truths which were sharply brought to public notice during the covenanted Reformation of the mid seventeenth century. Excerpted from George Gillespie's Works, volume 2, Chapter 15, "A Treatise of Miscellany Questions," pp. 82-85. Gillespie was one of the Scottish commissioners to the Westminster Assembly. He was (and is) also considered by many as one of the most influential men in attendance at this international gathering of renowned biblical scholars, though he was the Assembly's youngest member. He authored many splendid and nation shaking books including A Dispute Against English Popish Ceremonies, Wholesome Severity Reconciled with Christian Liberty and Aaron's Rod Blossoming; or, The Divine Ordinance of Church Government Vindicated. The last work, Aaron's Rod Blossoming, being one of the all time classics on the relationship between church and state.)
The Reformed View of Schism by Andrew Clarkson. (The Reformers often said "that to avoid schism we must separate." This should give the perceptive reader some indication of how badly misunderstood the biblical teaching regarding schism and separation (which should be differentiated in many ways) has become in our day. Sadly, some of the most anti-Reformed work on this subject has been written by contemporary individuals, who, though calling themselves Reformed, "understanding neither what they say, nor whereof they affirm" (1 Tim. 1:7). This excerpt from Clarkson's Plain Reasons for Presbyterians Dissenting should contribute much to correcting the promotion of unbiblical ecumenism and place this doctrine back on its Scriptural foundation -- which was recovered during the Reformation. Clarkson cites Beza, Rutherford, Gillespie, Dickson, Durham, McWard (Rutherford's "disciple"), Marshal, Watson, Owen, Burroughs, and many others, while defending the truth about schism. Objections brought against the Reformation view of schism are also carefully answered. This is probably the single best short treatment of this subject.)
Terms of Ministerial and Christian Communion in the Reformed Presbyterian Church, and In Our Day, In the Puritan Reformed Church; With Explanatory Dialogue (Including "The Biblical and Logical Necessity of Uninspired Creeds") by Larry Birger
The Apostolic/Reformation Way to Worldwide (Biblical) Church Unity (7 sermons, 1998) by Greg Price
All these seven sermons are free in MP3 audio on the web, beginning with the first tape in each set (which are linked to subsequent sermons in the series), at:
Terms of Communion? (1/2)
What is Close
Occasion Hearing (or Occasional Communion)? (1/3)
Toleration and Covenanting by John Brown (of Haddington) A summary of Brown's The Absurdity
and Perfidy of All Authoritative Toleration of Gross Heresy, Blasphemy,
Idolatry, Popery, in Britain: In two letters to a friend in which the doctrine
of the Westminster Confession of Faith relative to Toleration of a False
Religion, and the power of the civil magistrate about sacred matters; and the nature,
origin, ends and obligation of the National Covenant and Solemn League are
candidly represented and defended
(1797, 1803 edition).
Whether it be lawful, just, and expedient, that the taking of the Solemn League and Covenant be enjoined by the Parliament upon all persons in the kingdom under a considerable penalty by George Gillespie (CHAPTER XVI. of "A Treatise of Miscellany Questions," pp. 85-88 from The Works of George Gillespie volume 2, Still Waters Revival Books reprint. Includes "Nine particulars to be remembered for the right deducing and stating the matter of fact. - The grounds and reasons of such an ordinance and appointment may be eleven. - Four objections answered. - How this ordinance would not be tyranny over men's consciences. - The covenant is no temporary obligation. - If such an ordinance to the army be scandalum acceptum, then the not making of it is scandalum datum.
A Brief Defence of Dissociation in The Present Circumstances (1996) by the Session of the Puritan Reformed Church of Edmonton/Prince George (Explains why Christians should separate themselves from those groups which deny biblical truth and its implications.)
Communion Catechism (1592) by John Craig "John Craig (1512-1600) was a Scottish reformer. Previously a Dominican Friar, Craig was converted to the Protestant Faith. The Roman Inquisition condemned Craig to death, yet he escaped and returned to Scotland. In 1560, Craig became co-pastor with John Knox in Edinburgh. Later, Craig became a chaplain to James VI. At the direction of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Craig composed this catechism, which was subsequently approved by the Assembly in 1592" (Kevin Reed).
Bacon Bits: Richard Bacon's Straw Man "Steelite Controversy" Torched By Faithful Covenanters (Sometimes Called Cameronians, Steelites, etc.) by Greg Price, Larry Birger, et al. (These short "Bacon Bits" are not meant to be a full response to the sectarians in Rowlett (who oppose the Covenanted Reformation and uniformity found in the public subordinate standards and covenants emitted and upheld by the Westminster Divines -- all which are agreeable to and based upon the alone infallible standard, the Word of God). A full length response is being prepared, to Dick Bacon's Defense Departed, by Greg Barrow and will be released in the near future (D.V.). These "Bacon Bits" merely cover some of the more obvious blunders, poor scholarship and misrepresentations of Bacon, one of the chief malignants of our day. It may also be interesting for the reader to note that though we had to be informed of Bacon's attack upon our positions through a third party (as was the case with Brian Schwertley's attack, i.e. neither Bacon or Schwertley had the courage to send their attacks on us to us directly), we have always responded directly to both parties (Bacon and Schwertley). As of yet Dick Bacon has not contacted us directly in response to any of what follows.)
The (Scottish General) Assembly's Letter to the Kirks in the Netherlands" (Edinburgh, June 4, 1644) (Translated from Latin to English by Dr. Stephen Westcott [England] and received in Edmonton [Canada] via email on June 4, 1997 [exactly 353 years after its original date]. The Latin text of this letter can be found on pages 239-243 of The Acts of the General Assemblies of the Church of Scotland, From the Year 1638, to the Year 1649 Inclusive [a SWRB rare bound photocopy, US$39.00 Hardcover photocopy, US$19.99 cerlox bound photocopy])
The Visible Church: Essence Versus Lawful Form by Larry Birger, Jr. (Discusses Calvin's and the Westminster Confession's view of the visible church, exhibiting the vital distinction between that which is necessary to the being of the visible church and that which is necessary for the well-being of the visible church. Clearly exposes the erroneous notion that the government of the church equals the church. Calvin listed this as a fundamental difference between Protestants and Papists, indicating that the multitude of churches in our current apostasy are (as to their form or constitution) daughters of the Roman Catholic whore (Rev. 17:5). Because they have not followed in the footsteps of the flock (Song 1:8), but instead are walking in the adulterous ways of their (constitutional) mother, these churches are schismatic. Birger concludes with 13 Scripture commands to separate from such denominations who themselves have separated from the company of the faithful.)
The Six Points of the "Terms of Ministerial and Christian Communion in the Reformed Presbyterian Church by the Reformed Presbytery (The old paths illuminated with the powerful Covenanter spotlight.)
Saul in the Cave of Adullam: A Testimony Against the Fashionable Sub-Calvinism of Doug Wilson (Editor of Credenda/Agenda Magazine); and, for Classical Protestantism and the Attainments of the Second Reformation by Reg Barrow
Plain Reasons for Presbyterians Dissenting from the Revolution Church of Scotland. Also, Their Principles Concerning Civil Government, and the Difference Betwixt the Reformation and Revolution Principles (1731) by Andrew Clarkson (An exceedingly rare and important book now back in print after 265 years! The Contending Witness magazine [May, 1841] described Plain Reasons "as the single best volume penned defending the principles of the second Reformation." It sets forth "the grounds why Presbyterian Dissenters refused to hold communion with the revolution church and state," [Reformed Presbytery, Act Declaration and Testimony for the Whole of Our Covenanted Reformation, p. 154n]. The biblical principles contained in this book still apply today and thus Plain Reasons remains one of the best books explaining why [and when] an individual [church or citizen] should separate himself [or itself, as a corporate moral person] from those [in church or state] who do not hold fast to all the attainments of our covenanted Reformation forefathers. In this file you will find the complete table of contents, the preface and the first reason for dissent. Lord willing, other sections will follow in time. The table of contents is very valuable as it lays out in summary [and with a fair amount of detail] the whole scope of the book. It can serve as a kind of summary of second Reformation thought concerning the church, state, separation, schism, worship, civil dissent, church planting, opposition to idolatry and tyranny, and much more!)
False Unity and Biblical Separation from the Act, Declaration, and Testimony for the Whole of Our Covenanted Reformation and Samuel Rutherford
Toleration: The Cut-Throat of True Religion by the Reformed Presbytery
The Unity of the Church by Thomas M'Crie (This reprint is based upon the first edition of the work, originally published under the full title of Two Discourses on the Unity of the Church, Her Divisions, and Their Removal. To Which is Subjoined, a Short View of the Plan of Religious Reformation Originally Adopted in the Secession. [Edinburgh: William Blackwood, 1821.].)
Presbyterian Government in Extraordinary Times by Kevin Reed
Religious Principles of the Scottish Martyrs by Andrew Symington
Covenanted Uniformity by Jim Dodson
A Contemporary Covenanting Debate; Or, Covenanting Redivivus by Reg Barrow
Doctrinal Integrity: The Utility and Importance of Creeds and Confessions and Adherence to Our Doctrinal Standards by Samuel Miller
Truth and Heresy by George Gillespie
Samuel Rutherford Refutes Roger Williams Regarding Toleration, Sectarianism and Peace by Samuel Rutherford (1649)
George Gillespie Refutes Roger Williams, the Donatists and Sectarianism by George Gillespie (1644) (A classic Reformed work on God's law, the NT application of case law and penal sanctions, liberty of conscience and many other important issues related to the covenanted Reformation. One of our most rare and valuable resources. A masterpiece! Wholesome Severity was written during the sitting of the Westminster Assembly and demonstrates why Gillespie is considered one of the most influential Divines of the seventeenth century. Here we have the question stated (regarding liberty of conscience), the middle (or biblical) way between Popish tyranny and Schismatizing liberty approved, and also confirmed from Scripture, with the testimonies of Divines, yea of whole churches added to vindicate Christ's kingship [over the idolatry of the rule of an ill-informed, sinful conscience sitting in judgement upon the truth of the Word of God]. The chief arguments of exception used in [Roger Williams] The Bloudy Tenet, The Compassionate Samaritane, M.S. to A.S. etc. are examined herein and Gillespie also deals with many of the thorny questions related to the abiding validity of the Old Testament judicial laws. Eight distinctions are added for qualifying and clearing the whole matter. In conclusion, a moving brotherly appeal is addressed to the five Apologists (Independents at the Assembly) for choosing accommodation rather then toleration. This is classic Scottish (covenanted) Presbyterianism at its best, a work that can be read over and over with increasing profit! This exceedingly rare essay is not found in Gillespie's Works or The Presbyterian Armoury, however it is also available on two cassettes [for $4.77] or as a rare bound photocopy [$7.49] from Still Waters Revival Books.)
Oliver Cromwell by Reg Barrow
Historical Testimony, Church Union and the Second Reformation by the Reformed Presbytery
The Solemn League and Covenant by Alexander Henderson and others
The National Covenant (1638); or, Confession of Faith (of the Kirk of Scotland)
The Scottish Confession of Faith (1560)
Paleopresbyterianism Versus Neopresbyterianism by Michael Wagner
Psalm Singing in Scripture & History by Reg Barrow
A Testimony Against the Prominent Errors of Our Times Adullam Presbyterian Church
Making Shipwreck of the Faith: Evangelicals and Roman Catholics Together by Kevin Reed
Proof That the Church is Often Obscured by Francis Turretin (Proves from Scripture that, throughout much of history, the church [visible and constitutional], is often found only in a very small remnant.)
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- The Five Points of Calvinism: Defined, Defended, and Documented, Second (Special 40th Anniversary) Edition, Updated and Expanded (p. 76, 2004, Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company) by David N. Steele, Curtis C. Thomas, and S. Lance Quinn, Foreword by Roger Nicole, Afterword by John MacArthur (emphases added).
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Calvinistic Unity and Loving One Another (1997)
An amazing sermon which exposes all unity which is not based on truth (e.g. in groups like Promise Keepers) as necessarily based on lies -- and as treason against King Jesus! Defends the Reformation view of visible and covenanted unity and uniformity from Scripture, and from pertinent quotes from Calvin (during first Reformation), Henderson (the second Reformation architect of the Solemn League and Covenant), and others. Exhibits how Reformed teaching has always viewed the real schismatics (whether in the majority or minority) as those who press "independent denominationalism" and as those who tolerate a sinful multiformity -- against the national establishment of the one true Reformed religion. Calvin and the Geneva Presbytery of his day even counseled excommunication and exile for those that would not swear to their "covenanted uniformity" in upholding the Geneva Confession of 1536 (cf. Calvin, Covenanting and Close Communion by Reg Barrow). Moreover, Price shows how our scandalous modern multiformists (which includes the leaders of most so-called "conservative Presbyterian" denominations today) teach and act in direct opposition to Christ's high priestly prayer in John 17, as well as the high standard of visible unity that will one day be attained worldwide (as seen in the prophetic words found in Zechariah 14:9: "And the LORD shall be king over all the earth: in that day shall there be one LORD, and his name one"). Furthermore, the portion of this sermon dealing with loving the brethren is one of the most convicting practical sections of a contemporary sermon that we have ever heard. Such preaching is extremely humbling, calculated to exalt Christ and His truth, and to drive sinful human beings to the throne of grace -- seeking everlasting mercy and forgiveness in the only place that it can truly be found. In short, Price calls us back to our first love (individually) and to the biblical attainments of our covenanted forefathers (corporately). It is unlikely that you will find modern preaching much better than this.
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* It is SWRB's opinion that Ages has done an excellent job in making various Reformed works available on CD, so much so that we also distribute a number of their CDs at discounts. Thus, please don't make more out of our publishing this comment than is warranted, as this is a comment we received from one of our customers and it expresses his opinion. As for Ages' work, we rejoice whenever the truth is published, whether through others or through SWRB (as we play only a very small part in the revival of classic Reformation, Puritan and Covenanter thought that is now taking place worldwide through God's marvelous grace). The publication of the best Reformers and Puritans of the past is one of the greatest needs of our time, as this extends the blessings that come through faithful preachers and authors into our day and into the future. Lord willing, the growth in the publishing of faithful works from the past will help stem the tide of the great declension and unfaithfulness which we are now witnessing all around us, even (sadly) among many churches that still call themselves "Presbyterian" and/or "Reformed." So please pray together with us that our Lord will multiple the number of faithful publishers and publications, and that He will give many the heart to stand for the truth no matter the consequences (as He has done for our faithful forefathers, who resisted Satan and sin unto blood and even to martyrdom in many cases). -- RB.
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