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This section contains books that are either out of print or are difficult to find in print. These are all books that I have reprinted from a high-resolution facsimile of an original book. These books are all in the Public Domain and are available to download for free, but I have put these in print form for convenience of reading at what I hope to be a reasonable price.
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John Calvin's Sermons on Job
The Catechism of the Church of Geneva
John Calvin's Commentaries on the New Testament
This section contains a list of books that I believe are great classical resources for Christian teaching. All of these books are in the Public Domain and are free to download. I have noted the book's format in parenthesis. Below each book, I have listed key words to describe or categorize each book. When you download one of the below PDF or ePub files on a mobile device (e.g., smartphone or tablet), it is possible that it will be given a name of random numbers and letters. The file is otherwise in tact. You may just need to rename the file after you download it to your device.
All of Grace, by Charles Spurgeon (Google Docs)
Catechism of the Church of Geneva, The, by John Calvin (PDF)
Cheque Book of the Bank of Faith, The, by Charles Spurgeon (PDF)
Commentary on St. Paul's Epistle to the Galatians, by Martin Luther (PDF)
Evening by Evening, by Charles Spurgeon (PDF)
Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners, by John Bunyan (PDF)
Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible (Google Docs)
Morning by Morning, by Charles Spurgeon (Google Docs)
Pilgrim's Progress, The, by John Bunyan (ePub)
Soul-Winner, The, by Charles Spurgeon (PDF)
Treasury of David, The, by Charles Spurgeon (Google Docs)
Value of the Bible, and Excellence of the Christian Religion, by Noah Webster (PDF)
Wesley's Notes on the Bible, by John Wesley (PDF)
Christ in the Old Testament, by Charles Spurgeon (Archive.org)
Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans, by John Calvin (Archive.org)
Martin Luther on the Bondage of the Will, by Martin Luther (Archive.org)