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FAMILY WORSHIP

Greg Price
Family worship has always been a major component of all true revivals and reformations. In fact, where it is not practiced, love for God is, at best, shallow and superficial. Among the Old Testament people of God, in the days of the Apostles, during the great Reformations that took place in the 16th and 17th centuries, at the founding of the American colonies, and wherever there is a love for the Truth, daily family worship has been a sign of faithfulness to God. When it is practiced faithfully, daily family worship is one of the great blessings of covenant life; when it is ignored or set aside, it is a serious sin which has devastating consequences to the individual, the family, the church, and the state.
(2 Cassette set)$11.94

SELECTED WRITINGS OF JOHN KNOX

John Knox (Kevin Reed, ed.)
This book sets forth the works of Knox with contemporary spelling, punctuation and grammar. It is possibly the most important publishing event of 1995! It has been over 100 years since Knox's Works were published in a collected edition. The editor has done a splendid job of including the writings of Knox that would most speak to our day. In fact, given the present state of religion in general, it is hard to imagine another (uninspired) author, living or dead, that should be considered as important as Knox.
(Hardcover Book) $49.95 - 40% = $29.97

THE WESTMINSTER CONFESSION OF FAITH

The definitive, original edition of the Westminster family of documents, composed in the mid-17th century. Includes the magnificent Confession of Faith, the Shorter and Larger Catechisms, The Solemn League and Covenant, The Directory for Family Worship, The Directory for Public Worship, and much more! "The product of Puritan conflict," stated Shedd, reaching "a perfection of statement never elsewhere achieved." Considered by many to be the greatest uninspired book ever written (nothing compares to the Bible), it is a spiritual manifesto like none other, either before or after!
(Hardcover Book) $19.98
(Softcover Book) $14.97
(Cassette) $7.95 - 80% = $1.58

THE NATIONAL (1638) AND SOLEMN LEAGUE AND COVENANT (1643)

Alexander Henderson and Others
The National Covenant, a Scottish Presbyterian document, primarily composed by Alexander Henderson and Archibald Johnstone of Wariston. It was composed in opposition to the "policies of Charles I. Written in the context of the riots resulting from the imposition of 'Laud's Liturgy' in 1637 and the King's refusal to receive the petitions of supplicants for redress, the National Covenant was an appeal... to defend the true Reformed religion, and to decline the recent innovations in worship decreed by the King." (Dictionary of Scottish Church History, 620). Furthermore, it was "an assertion by the Kirk of freedom from royal or state control, a personal oath of allegiance to Jesus Christ, the only Head of the Church, the King of kings, and a dedication of life to him. It stemmed directly from God's covenant of grace, was in the succession of those earlier bonds the Scots had made with God for his people's defence and deliverance, and represented a call in the Pauline sense to ' conduct themselves a citizens.'" (Idem.) This covenant (and the Solemn League and Covenant described below) are still binding on all true Presbyterians and the hearty and steadfast renewal of these faithful documents would constitute a mighty means toward modern reformation _ seeing that much of the contemporary church and all modern states have set themselves "against the Lord, and against his anointed" (Ps. 2:2). Excepting, maybe, the African state of Zambia, which seems to be presently reforming, but not yet covenanted to the Lord. The Solemn League and Covenant was first of all a religious covenant and secondly a civil league. "After noting that they had one king and one Reformed religion and expressing their concern about the estate of both the Church and kingdom of England and Scotland, the signatories swear to preserve 'the Reformed Religion in the Church of Scotland' and the Reformation of religion in England and to bring the churches to the 'nearest Conjunction and Uniformity in Religion', confession, government, and worship. They also bound themselves to extirpate popery and prelacy as well as superstition, heresy and whatever is contrary to sound doctrine... to bring to trial all who hinder such reformation of religion or divide the king from his people and to continue such 'to all Posterity" and not suffer themselves to be withdrawn from 'this blessed Union and Conjunction" (Ibid, pp. 786-789). This covenant gave teeth to the work of the Westminster Assembly and united three nations under the Lordship of Jesus Christ. It was publicly taken by the Westminster Divines and the English parliament on September 25th. "On the 9th of October the king issued a proclamation from Oxford, denouncing this document as 'in truth nothing else but a traitorous and seditious combination against us and the established religion of this kingdom;' straitly charging and commanding all his loving subjects, upon their allegiance, 'that they presume not to take the said seditious and traitorous Covenant.' And at last an order was issued by the Parliament, in March 1644, commanding the Covenant to be taken throughout the kingdom of England by all persons above the age of 18 years; which order was accompanied by an exhortation prepared by the Assembly of Divines. In Scotland, as soon as information was received of what had taken place in London, the Committee of Estates ordered the Covenant to be subscribed by all ranks and conditions of people, on penalty of the confiscation of property, or such other punishment as his Majesty and the parliament might resolve to inflict" (Hetherington, History of the Westminster Assembly ($8.99), pp. 127-128). Furthermore, Hetherington goes on to call this bond "the wisest, the sublimest, and the most sacred document ever framed by uninspired men" (p. 134). If you want to understand Presbyterianism these two covenant documents offer as much light as any others we know of. They are inextricably linked to the Westminster standards, historical testimony and the covenanted reformation. Some still believe that they will once again be renewed on an international basis near the beginning of the millennium, in preparation for the days when the "earth shall be full of the knowledge of the Lord, as the waters cover the sea" (Isa. 11:9). With this sentiment we wholeheartedly concur!
(Rare Bound Photocopy) $9.95-70%=2.99

THE PSALMS OF DAVID IN METRE with Notes, Exhibiting the Connection, Explaining the Sense, and for Directing and Animating the Devotion

John Brown of Haddington (annotations). Psalter by Francis Rouse, the Westminster Divines, and the Scottish General Assembly (from 1646-1650)
This is the Psalter mandated, approved and used (for public and private worship) by the Westminster Assembly and all those who covenanted to uphold the Biblical Reformation that these Divines proclaimed. The text of the Scottish Metrical Psalms was authorized by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland in 1650. Concerning the care and preparation that went into this unsurpassed Metrical Psalter, the January 15/93 issue of The Original Covenanter and Contenting Witness cites an earlier article which notes, "Rouse bestowed upon it his greatest pains. This was not enough. For six Years it endured the scrutiny of, and was revised by, two of the most learned Assemblies that ever sat in the British Isles; at a time, too, when these men were zealous for truth and suspicious of error. Every word was weighed, and every expression made exact, before admitted into any statement of Biblical truth. They wrote not so that they might be understood, but so that they could not be misunderstood. This exactness and conscientiousness they carried with them in their translation of the Psalms. In versifying them, they labored not to clothe the mind of the Spirit in poetic finery, but to cause the muse to bow to the exact expression of the Holy Ghost. The rhyme and rhythm are often defective; but what of that? it is the very word of God. That it is, is the testimony of many eminent Christian scholars. And so far from the poetry and style being deserving of contempt or ridicule, men of great literary taste have seen much in it to admire. Walter Scott says: 'The expression of the old metrical translation, though homely, is plain, forcible, and intelligible, and very often possesses a rude sort of majesty which, perhaps, would be ill exchanged for mere elegance.' For more than two centuries they have stood the test, and every attempt to render them more elegant has resulted in a departure from the exact expression of the Spirit. Let us hold fast to this good old version until another proves itself worthy of its place. History makes this sacred to us, These very words our forefathers sung'mid the rocks and glens o'bonnie Scotland. Our fathers sang them in the mountain wilds of Pennsylvania and the forests of the western wilderness. With these words they lightened their labours, mitigated their sorrows, assuaged their griefs, comforted their hearts, and lifted their souls to heaven." The notes added by Brown are suitable for explaining the Psalm before singing and are a great aid to daily family worship. Every father should have a copy of the version with Brown's notes. If money is a factor, the smaller, inexpensive hardcover, containing just the Psalms (see below) should suffice for other members of the family. All the Psalms, excepting one, are rendered into common metre (with occasional alternate version added) and thus can be sung by even those with almost no knowledge of music. For example, the tune to "Amazing Grace" is one of the many tunes that work with all common metre renderings. And even Psalm 136, the one Psalm not in common metre, can be sung to any common metre tune, as it adds only one extra syllable to the end of ever second line. Maybe not a delight of the accomplished musician, but certainly calculated to make the Psalms most accessible to young and old alike. This is sure to please God and be most conducive to national reformation. The Scottish Metrical Psalter is a faithful translation and without a doubt the best Psalter (when covenanted reformation is in mind) in existence today.
(The Brown hardcover Psalter is out of print but FREE in etext on this web page in our "FREE BOOKS" section.) A smaller hardcover version of the Scottish Metrical Psalter containing only the words of the Psalms is also available from SWRB for $9.99.

MAKING SHIPWRECK OF THE FAITH: EVANGELICALS AND ROMAN CATHOLICS TOGETHER

Kevin Reed (1995)
In 1994, a group of prominent evangelicals and Roman Catholics issued a statement of cooperation entitled Evangelicals and Catholics Together: The Christian Mission in the Third Millennium (ECT). The document has provoked numerous articles and books assailing the evangelical signatories to the accord. To date, most critics of ECT have taken aim at areas where Rome is an easy target, while avoiding crucial aspects of doctrine and practice where modern evangelicals exhibit remarkable similarities to Rome. The accord and its aftermath reveal much about the present state of evangelicalism, demonstrating that most evangelicals have departed from the doctrines and practices of the Protestant Reformation. This essay seeks to give the reader a framework for assessing Roman Catholicism, contemporary evangelicalism, and the ECT document. It illustrates how both Romanists and evangelicals have rejected Scriptural teaching about: 1.) the essence of the gospel (especially regarding justification by faith alone and the sovereignty of God); 2.) divinely-instituted worship (in faithful obedience to the second commandment); and 3.) the marks of the true church. By corrupting the gospel, worship and the church, evangelicals and Roman Catholics together are making shipwreck of the Faith. This is, without a doubt, the best book on this topic yet to appear! Related item: CURE's 8-cassette clash with three prominent Romanists, What Still Divides Us? A Protestant Roman Catholic Debate ($39.96), clearly demonstrates that Rome has never repented of her Reformation denying heresies. It focuses on the two major disputes of the Reformation: 1.) the sufficiency of Scripture (sola Scriptura); 2.) justification by faith alone (sola Fide).
(Softcover Book) $9.95

SCOTS WORTHIES

John Howie (1885)
Johnson notes that "Scott refers to Howie as 'the fine old chronicler of the Cameronians'" (Treasury of the Scottish Covenant). Furthermore he states, "Howie's book has been for upwards of a century a house hold word, occupying a place on the shelf beside the Bible and the Pilgrim's Progress." This is the Covenanters "Book of Martyrs" and it contains some of the most stirring Christian history and testimony recorded.
(Rare bound photocopy) $99.95 - 80% = $19.99

SABBATH KEEPING

These selections from the writings of R.L. Dabney, Thomas Boston, James Bannerman, Thomas Ridgeley, Robert Shaw and Edward Fisher promote the morally binding nature of the fourth commandment.
(Rare bound photocopy) $19.95 - 70% = $5.99

SUPER SPECIALS! UP TO 90% OFF! WHILE STOCK LASTS

Most of these classic SWRB publications, of which some are Numbered Collectors Editions, will soon be out of print. If you would like your own copy please try to order it ASAP. We will substitute a bound photocopy edition (at the same low price), unless you instruct us otherwise, when our stock of hardcovers or softcovers is depleted.

Christ's Second Coming: Will It Be Premillennial?

David Brown
(Hardcover) $19.99

Westminster Assembly: Its History & Standards

A.F. Mitchell
(Hardcover) $49.95-60%=19.98

Hal Lindsey and the Restoration of the Jews

David Brown & Steve Schlissel
(Softcover) $3.99

The Imprecations: Cursing God's Enemies

William Binnie
(Booklet) $.20

FAMILY WORSHIP: BIBLICAL BASIS HISTORICAL REALITY CURRENT NEED

Kerry Ptacek (1994)
The practice of family worship has done more for comprehensive Reformation than any other means available to man. A revival of this Biblically ordained practice should be studied, prayed for, and implemented throughout all lands, at the earliest possible date. If you are serious about your faith and you would love to see the Earth full of the knowledge of the Lord "as the waters cover the sea" (Isa. 11:9), then this is as good a place to start as any. Through a special arrangement with the author we are able to offer this excellent resource at an extremely low price. It contains 85 large 8.5" X 11" pages. Greg Price's two cassette set titled Family Worship (for the low, low price of $2.86 for both tapes) are also extremely good!
(Bound Photocopy) $9.95 - 60% = $3.98

FAMILY WORSHIP: MORE RESOURCES

The Directory for Family Worship (1647) Westminster Assembly

(bound photocopy) $9.95-60%=3.98

The Family

Palmer and Alexander
(hardcover) $29.97

Family Worship

Greg Price
(2 cassettes) $7.96

HISTORY OF CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE

W.G.T. Shedd (2 Volumes, 1865)
A major history, long out of print. Over 900 pages.
(Rare bound photocopy) $99.95 - 70% = $29.99

THE CHRISTIAN WOMEN'S PLACE

Jane Schulz (1991)
Paints a beautiful picture of the Biblically faithful woman in her role as set forth in Scripture (cf. Titus 2:3-5). Also shows why the world, the flesh, and the devil are the natural allies of Feminism. Reads like a short version of Mary Pride, excellent as a handout! Mary Pride's The Way Home: Beyond Feminism Back to Reality ($19.95) and All the Way Home: The Power for Your Family to Be Its Best ($15.95) should also be given careful consideration by all women seeking to be faithful to their Biblical calling.
(Softcover Book) $7.95 - 25% = $5.96

OUR REFORMATION HERITAGE

Jim Dodson (c. 1993)
A fine introduction to Reformation history, faithfully demonstrating how the Reformers became more and more consistent in their views as time passed and as they applied sola Scriptura to all areas of life.
(3 Cassettes) $9.99

TWO SONS OF OIL; OR THE FAITHFUL WITNESS FOR MAGISTRACY AND MINISTRY UPON A SCRIPTURAL BASIS

Samuel B. Wylie ([1850], 1995)
In a day such as ours, when governments (civil and ecclesiastical) are ignoring the Lordship of Christ, Christians everywhere need to know how to respond in a manner that is faithful to God's Word. This book demonstrates how to know if a given government is duly constituted (according to Scripture), and what to do when they are not. Related item: Willson's Civil Government (bound photocopy, $5.99) examines Romans 13, showing that God has given us an objective standard by which to judge whether or not the civil government is obtaining its power (authority) from God, or whether "from the dragon which gave power unto the beast" (Rev. 13:4).
(Softcover Book) $9.95

A PRESBYTERIAN POLITICAL MANIFESTO

Michael Wagner (1995)
Upholds Christ's absolute Kingship in civil matters!
(Bound Photocopy ) $12.95 - 70% = $3.89

MODERN FASCISM: LIQUIDATING THE JUDEO-CHRISTIAN WORLDVIEW

Gene Edward Veith, Jr.
Besides noting that "the Nazis... in their devotion to the 'soil,' were among the century's first environmental activists," Veith exposes the roots of anti-Semitism and the moral anarchy that pervades the mass media, "culture," politics, and the liberal churches. He also comments on the Nazi/Roman Catholic alliance and how fascism drove Christians back to the Reformation Confessions. This book "forcefully argues that fascism is alive and well in our secular, postmodern age" (Roche), and sets forth Christianity as the only hope for the future.
(Softcover) $29.96

A HIND LET LOOSE

Alexander Shields
Last printed in 1744 and now available again for the first time in 251 years! This rare Covenanter classic (1687, first edition), concerning Calvinistic political philosophy and tactics of civil resistance, is comparable to Samuel Rutherford's Lex, Rex. It is solidly in the line of John Knox's teachings on civil disobedience and addresses numerous topics that are relevant to today's Christian. Controversial chapter titles include: "Concerning the Owning of Tyrants Authority;" "Defensive Arms Vindicated;" "Of Extraordinary Execution of Judgement by Private Men;" and "Refusing to Pay Wicked Taxation Vindicated." Isbell interestingly notes that Shields was once "amanuensis to the English Puritan John Owen." Over 750 pages, this very rare item sells for between $250 and $800 on the rare book market. Now you can have it for much less!
(Rare bound photocopy) $199.95 - 80%= 39.99

PAISLEY'S PROTEST AGAINST POPERY IN PARLIAMENT

Ian R.K. Paisley
Paisley, a Presbyterian minister and member of the European Parliament, gives a classic example of what it means to stand for Christ in all areas of life (especially politics). Includes his radio debate (and other "fallout") related to this incident.
(Cassette) $3.98

ITEMS FROM PREVIOUS COVERS

THE BATTLE FOR YOUR CHILD

GREGG HARRIS
Harris gives God's guidelines for having and raising children while explaining who is fighting for control of your child's education. He points out that the major biblical reason for having children is to generate greater impact for God, for they are "as arrows in the hand of a mighty man" (Ps. 127). He shows how to scripturally prevent the humanists from stealing your "arrows" and destroying their souls; handing you some biblical keys to successful parenting in the process.
(Cassette) $3.98

UNHOLY HOLLYWOOD

Eric Holmberg
Explores how Christians lost their voice in Hollywood and how we can win it back. Exhibits Hollywood's attempts to seduce and titillate the unwary, exposing their tactics.
(4 Videos) $49.95 - 20% = $39.96/EACH (Specify numbers one to four.)

A CHURCH IN THE HOUSE

MATTHEW HENRY
Family worship is presently one of the most powerful weapons in a Christian parents arsenal of truth. Read this Puritan sermon and see why! (Bound photocopy) $7.95 - 75% = $1.99

SINNERS IN THE HANDS OF AN ANGRY GOD

JOHNATHAN EDWARDS
Possibly the most famous sermon ever preached in America (July 8, 1741). A sobering description of God's almighty power, holiness, justice, and wrath. A clarion call to redeem the time, pray for revival, and work for reformation! See also Steve Schlissel's sermon The Horrors of Hell ($3.50) which rivals Edward's work and addresses points Edward's did not. We highly recommend both!
(Booklet) $99

PURITAN WORSHIP

The Reformation was primarily God's restatement of His sovereign prerogative in worship -- what today is called the regulative principle of worship. It was His clear condemnation of Arminianism in worship (i.e. will-worship [Col. 2:23]). To reject the regulative principle of worship is to be left, inescapably, under Christ's message of malediction, "Howbeit in vain do they worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men. For laying aside the commandment of God, ye hold the tradition of men" (Mark 7:7-8). Calvin concurs and is crystal clear in his Commentary on Isaiah in denouncing deviation here. He writes, "Nothing is more abominable in the sight of God than pretended worship, which proceeds from human contrivance." Furthermore, Calvin recognized the centrality of worship when he placed worship ahead of salvation in his list of the two most important elements of biblical Christianity (cf. Carlos Eire, War Against the Idols, page 198f. in book). Approaching worship as Calvin did, on the basis of the first four commandments, this large video series demonstrates why biblically based worship is an indispensable priority in loving God. Impure worship brings God's curse upon families, churches, and nations. Pure worship brings untold blessings! Controversial topics (e.g. the Sabbath, Psalmody, paedocommunion head coverings, etc.) are all dealt with here.
(For pricing see catalogue under Video by Greg Price )

DR. DAD: RANDOM THOUGHTS ON THE STATUS OF FATHERHOOD IN MODERN AMERICA

DR. DAVID GAMBLE
Fathers and husbands, this book will change you and your family forever -- for the better! If you read only one book this year please make it this one, your family will be eternally grateful. It is full of biblical encouragement and warnings calculated to make you into the faithful warrior-priest that God commands you to be. Poignant and perceptive, Dr. Gamble writes as the Puritans of days gone by, except in easily understandable English. He likens your position, as father and head of your household, to that of the minister in the church: who loves, nourishes, and protects those under his care (in 24 succinct chapters). We are presently the exclusive outlet for this work (as with many of the other books found in our "Bound Photocopies of Rare and Hard to Find Items" section). Mothers and wives, if "Dr. Dad" doesn't get this book himself, I think it would be safe to say that you have a vested interest in picking up a copy for him. It makes an excellent gift, though you may be accused of "godly selfishness."
(Bound photocopy) $24.95 - 60% = $9.98

Wholesome Severity Reconciled With Christian Liberty (1645)

George Gillespie
Gillespie was a major force at the Westminster Assembly. This rare item gives great insight into the original intent of the framers of the WCF concerning matters of conscience, liberty, law, and government. On cassette for the first time ever! Cf. Christ's Kingship Over the Nations (p. 45.)
(2 Cassettes) $7.96

THE SONGS OF ZION

Michael Bushell
(Softcover book) $14.95 - 20% = $11.96
This is one of the most significant books published this century concerning worship! It deals with the scriptural law (or regulative principle) of worship and defends what is known as exclusive Psalmody; as received through our great Reformation heritage! It dovetails splendidly with War Against the Idols (to the right). Related titles include: McNaughter's Psalms in Worship ($9.99) and Girardeau's Instrumental Music in Christian Worship ($8.99).
$15.96

CHRISTIAN EDUCATION IN THE HOME: HELP! MY DAUGHTER WANTS TO DATE

Greg Price
Contrasts the non-covenantal view of dating with the covenantal Christian view of biblical courtship. A very practical, unique item laying the foundation for blessed biblical marriages.
(Bound photocopy) $7.95 - 50% = $3.98 (2 hour video called "Dating or Courtship: Which is Biblical?) $11.99 (2 cassettes called "Dating or Courtship: Which is Biblical?) $7.96

WAR AGAINST THE IDOLS THE REFORMATION OF WORSHIP FROM ERASMUS TO CALVIN

Carlos M.N. Erie
Eire's War Against the Idols gives a fascinating account of a time when the task of ridding the land of idols was being prosecuted with a seriousness unrivalled since. Martyrs, theological and political controversy, war, iconoclasm, and the very heart of Reformation thought is exhibited here -- unveiled from 16th and 17th century documents that have never before been translated into English. This scholarly translational work gives insights (not found in any other English history books) into Calvin, Knox, Zwingli, and a host of others. A large portion of this work focuses on Calvin, including his important anti-Nicodemite writings, but the book's major thrust is to reveal the single most burning issue confronting the Reformers.
(Softcover book) $29.95

THE BIBLICAL VIEW OF SELF-ESTEEM, SELF-LOVE, SELF-IMAGE

Jay Adams
How to evaluate the modern movement promoting "self" and Psychology -- ideas now well entrenched in many churches. How to determine if this movement has any biblical basis and how Christians can relate to these teachings. Related item: Ganz's PsychoBabble: The Failure of Modern Psychology and the Biblical Alternative (14.95).
(Softcover book) $9.95

THE APOSTOLIC CHURCH: WHICH IS IT?

Thomas Witherow
"Irrefutable," says Morecraft. Covers all the major systems of church polity historically and biblically, concluding that Presbyterianism is set forth in Scripture. Bahnsen's cassette The Church -- Its Government ($3.50) and Reed's Biblical Church Government ($3.96) are short introductions to this topic. See Rutherfurd's Due Right of Presbyteries ($25.99) or his Divine Right of Church Government ($23.99) for more advanced treatment of this subject.
(Bound photocopy) $14.95 - 70% = $4.49

THE BIBLE & BIRTH CONTROL

Charles D. Provan
Did you know that Martin Luther declared that birth control was sodomy, that John Calvin declared that birth control was the murder of future persons and that the Synod of Dort issued a Bible commentary which stated that contraception was the same as abortion? If you are shocked, that really is not too surprising, because Protestant opposition to birth control has largely been forgotten in our decadent 20th century. If you want to know about Biblical principles which oppose contraception, or wish to know what the Reformers and their heirs thought about this important subject, we certainly hope that you will get this book! Steve Schlissel's cassette Birth Control and the Christian ($3.50) also address this important topic.
(Softcover book) $9.95 - 30% = $6.97

THE HARD TRUTH

Has the potential to change the most hardened pro-abortionist. Powerful visual evidence proves that abortion is murder! See conception take place through a microscopic camera, then witness the absolute, brutal reality of abortion. An effective tool for showing the ugly, immoral results of abortion to members of parliament, feminists, and other pro-death forces! For a related resource see Schlissel's scriptural explanation of the underlying spiritual issues involved in the "warfare" for life, in the cassette Right to Death ($3.50). Also, see our newly expanded video section for many powerful new "weapons," loaded and ready to equip and arm you in your iconoclastic endeavors for Christ.
(Video) $29.95

GLORIFY & ENJOY GOD: COMMEMORATION OF THE WESTMINSTER ASSEMBLY

David Hall, ed.
One of the most important books to come out of Banner of Truth. A comprehensive introduction to the background, history, character, contributions, and literature of the Westminster Assembly and Divines. The published addresses of the 350th anniversary of the WCF celebrated in London in 1993 [by Iain Murray, Jay Adams, John DeWitt, et al.].
(Hardcover book) $49.95

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