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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

J. Gresham Machen - Christianity & Liberalism

J. Gresham Machen's Christianity & Liberalism, first published in 1923, is a defense of Biblical truth from the attacks of the liberal church.  In this fascinating work, Machen explores the liberal fallacies of his day (and, as it turns out, our day) and makes well-developed contrasts between those false teachings and Biblical Christianity.  Is so doing, Machen explores the perverted view that liberal infiltrators of the church hold regarding Scripture, the Person and work of Christ, doctrine, Christian living, and the church.  Although Machen's efforts could not turn the liberal tide within the PCUSA, his works continue to contend for the faith long after his death.

This ebook includes a bonus volume, Machen's article entitled "The Changing Scene and the Unchanging World", which was printed in The Presbyterian Guardian in 1936. In this brief piece, Machen challenges the error of the PCUSA, on the issue of the 1934 mandate. 

Thursday, July 19, 2012

T. Austin-Sparks - We Beheld His Glory

Originally published in the Witness and Testimony periodical in 1935, Austin-Spark's spiritual commentary (though he clarified that this was meant to be a spiritually edifying work, not an academic one) on the Gospel of John was initially published in two volumes.  The Calvinist Cafe has combined these two volumes into a single ebook for its users and for the larger Christian community.

Sunday, July 15, 2012

New eBook Formats Available!

I've been going back and optimizing some of the existing eBooks on the blog, using some new tools to clean up the code and making more device-specific versions, with hopefully better functioning table of contents (TOC).  All new ebooks added to the blog will feature Sony (epub), Nook (epub), Kindle (mobi) and PDF versions.  As time permits, I'll be updating some of the older ebook entries.