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John Bunyan, the 17th century preacher, is probably best known for his work 'The Pilgrim's Progress' reproduced here.
Donald S. Fortner is the pastor of Grace Baptist Church, Danville, Kentucky. Our thanks to Don Fortner for his contributions here.
The 19th century preacher William Gadsby (1773-1844) was greatly used by God to proclaim the Gospel in his day and was one of the ministers used to found the group of churches known as 'Gospel Standard' Baptist churches. See the biography of William Gadsby by B.A. Ramsbottom on the "Books" page.
The 18th century preacher James Hervey has been referred to as the 'Prose Poet' for the beauty of the language he used in his preaching. Hervey was an Evangelical who firmly preached the Gospel of Free and Sovereign Grace and is known for his defence of the doctrine of the imputed righteousness of God to the believer through Christ.
Herman Hoeksema (1886-1965) pastored a number of churches in the USA and preached and wrote extensively. He strongly defended the truths of Sovereign Grace and one of his classic books is provided here called "Whosoever Will". This book takes the text in Rev 22:17 as its starting point, and faithfully expounds its true sense and meaning. Copies of this book can also be purchased from the CPRF Bookshop. Read Sonia Hill's review of the book here.
These articles are by the 18th century preacher William Huntington. Huntington came from a humble background (he used to be a coalheaver) but was mightily used by God in the preaching of the Gospel. See the biography of William Huntington by George Ella on the "Books" page.
See also our new publication "The Fountain of Life" by William Huntington, details of which are on the "Books" page.
Martin Luther was greatly used by God in the 1500s as part of the 'Reformation' in which the church was brought back again from the errors of Roman Catholicism and salvation by works to the foundational truth of 'Justification by Faith'.
Peter L. Meney is the pastor of Egglesburn Baptist Church, County Durham. He is the editor of "New Focus" magazine and partner of sovereign grace publishers GO Publications.
The following sermon is by the 19th century preacher J.C. Philpot. See the "Books" page for details of 'Through Baca's Vale' and 'Ears from Harvested Sheaves' by J.C. Philpot. Our thanks to Ron Thompson of Sovereign Grace Articles for providing this sample of Philpot's works.
The following articles are written by Ian Potts, the editor of this website.
A number of these articles comprise the chapters contained in our publication "Christ, the Sun of Righteousness" details of which are on the "Books" page.
A number of articles on the Epistle to the Romans can be read together on the following website.
The following are various questions answered on the Questions and Answers page.
This sermon was preached by the 19th century preacher William Tiptaft in 1855. Tiptaft was a great friend of J.C. Philpot and was one of the early preachers used by God to establish those Baptist churches which came to be known as 'Gospel Standard Strict Baptists'. Sermons in print by Tiptaft are rare and hard to find and this particular one was found in a small booklet, now out of print. We have scanned it and reproduced it here in order to introduce the ministry of William Tiptaft to a wider audience. May it prove to be a blessing to God's people.
In this section we intend to present articles on various topics by different authors.
An increasing number of books are now available to read online. We much appreciate the efforts of those involved in scanning these works and reproducing them in electronic format. The following are recommended. Some are reproduced as files designed to be downloaded to your PC, others can be read online. These books are also available for purchase - which is also recommended as reading online can become tiresome (treat these online versions as 'samplers' before purchasing the real things!).
See also Grace eBooks which is a new site compiled by our friend Larry Brown of Danville, Kentucky. This is an excellent source of FREE ebooks. The site describes itself as follows: Do not leave your name and do not send your money! The books available on this site are either in the public domain, or published with the permission of the author or publisher. You will find both ‘classic’ and ‘contemporary’ materials. While most all claim to speak in the name of God, in defense of the Christian faith, no defense or justification is offered for the site’s content. All books have been extensively bookmarked and are invaluable to anyone who reads the Scriptures.
In this section we hope to include a series of 'Evangelical Tracts'. These are short pamphlets which set forth truths from the Gospel of Jesus Christ in a simple and straightforward manner. We hope that they will prove a blessing to readers of this website and also prove helpful to those who might wish to print them out and distribute to others. The tracts may be freely copied, printed and distributed, but we request that the contents are not altered without seeking prior permission first. Each tract is provided as a standard HTML article designed for reading online, but also as a PDF document which can be read by clicking on the (PDF) link or downloaded for printing by right clicking on the (PDF) link and choosing 'Save Target As...'. To view PDF files on your PC you will need a version of Adobe Acrobat Reader or similar. The PDF document is designed as a double sided A4 page to be folded in two places in 'concertina' fashion.