Description: Ssuma Ch'ien was one of the greatest historians in all of Chinese history, and in fact the first great historian of that civilization. It is telling that even at his early date his history was still thousands of pages (and years) long. The en
Description: This Confession summarized the developing theology of the Reformed churches of Switzerland in the years following the Reformation. It is clearly a Protestant document, not only distancing the Swiss Reformed churches from Roman Catholicism but
Description: Margaret Dunlop Gibson (1843–1920) was an accomplished translator who along with her twin, Agnes Smith Lewis, became known as one of the Westminster Sisters. The twins were Semitic scholars who learned more than a dozen languages between them
Description: The Symbolum Apostolorum was developed between the second and ninth centuries. It is the most popular creed used in worship by Western Christians. Its central doctrines are those of the Trinity and God the Creator. It has been called the Cree
Description: The 1934 Barmen Declaration was a call to resistance against the theological claims of the Nazi state. Almost immediately after the Nazi seizure of power in 1933, Protestant Christians faced pressure to aryanize the Church, expel Jewish Chr
Description: The Prayer Book of 1789 was the first for the U. S. Episcopal Church and served the Church for over 100 years, until the revision of 1892. This book owed much to its predecessor, the English 1662 Book of Common Prayer, and, at least for the m
Description: Pilgrim's Progress is an allegory of a Christian's journey (here represented by a character called 'Christian') from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City. Along the way he visits such locations as the Slough of Despond, Vanity Fa
Description: Translated From The Original Latin, And Compared With The French Edition.
Description: Translated From The Original Latin, And Compared With The French Edition, with annotations, etc.
Description: The father of modern reformed theology, Calvin was born in 1509, and after Martin Luther was a premiere leader in the Protestant movement. Quoting Charles Spurgeon: It would not be possible for me too earnestly to press upon you the importan