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The Pope and the Council

by: Johannes Joseph Ignaz von Döllinger

The book, The Pope and the Council, by Janus, which was first published in 1869, is a very important document relative to the Roman Catholic dogma of papal infallibility, decreed by the Roman Catholic Council, Vatican I, in 1870. It was written by the most important and influential Roman Catholic historian within the Roman Catholic Church of the 19th century, Johannes Joseph Ignaz von Döllinger (1799-1890), who taught church history for 47 years. It is a fully documented historical repudiation of the dogma of papal infallibility from the pen of a leading Roman Catholic historian at the time of Vatican I and we offer it here as an ebook for interested readers. The following is a brief summary and overview of the life and history of Döllinger and his book The Pope and the Council.
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Behold Your King

By: William Webster

Behold Your King

In Behold Your King, William Webster examines the historical evidence for the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy in the life of Jesus, prophecies written hundreds of years before his birth. Behold Your King provides one of the most extensive documentations of Jewish interpretation of messianic prophecy in the English language, from the Talmud, Targums, Midrash and Rabbinic sources, proving that the primary New Testament teachings concerning the Messiah are supported by these ancient Jewish writings. A careful and honest examination of the historical facts can lead us to only one conclusion: Jesus Christ is the long promised Messiah, the Son of God, the Savior and King of all nations.
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HOLY SCRIPTURE: The Ground and Pillar of Our Faith - Volume I

By: David T. King

Holy Scripture Volume 1

In this Volume, David King provides a biblical defense of sola Scriptura. He sets forth the positive teaching of Scripture regarding itself, convincingly demonstrating that Scripture teaches its own sufficiency as God’s revelation, and possessing the innate ability to communicate clearly and understandably the necessary truths for faith and morals for every Christian. He systematically addresses and answers the Roman Catholic arguments against sola Scriptura.
    David King is a graduate of Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi and is currently the pastor of Christ Presbyterian Church (OP) in Elkton, MD.
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HOLY SCRIPTURE: The Ground and Pillar of Our Faith - Volume II

By: William Webster

Holy Scripture Volume 2

In this Volume, William Webster addresses the common historical arguments against sola Scriptura, demonstrating that the principle is, in fact, eminently historical, finding support in ‘the unanimous consent of the fathers.’ Webster also provides a detailed examination of the question of the canon from the time of Christ to the Reformation in which he answers the spurious arguments of Roman apologists that the Church of Rome infallibly established the canon in the fourth century.
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HOLY SCRIPTURE: The Ground and Pillar of Our Faith - Volume III

By: David T. King & William Webster, Editors

Holy Scripture Volume 3

This volume is a compilation of the teaching of the Church fathers on the primacy, sufficiency and ultimate authority of Scripture. It contains one of the most extensive documentations of the patristic understanding of Scripture in the English language brought together in one volume.
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The Gospel of the Reformation: Salvation from the Guilt and Power of Sin

By: William Webster

The Gospel of the ReformationWhat is the gospel? What does Scripture mean by salvation? What gospel has been consistently taught by the Reformers and those following in their steps? Such fundamental questions are addressed in this book. In a day when the essential message of the gospel is being assaulted by either legalism or antinomianism, evangelical Protestantism, which claims the heritage of the Reformation, is in danger of repudiating its history by embracing a gospel that fundamentally denies the message of the Reformers. Debates on Roman Catholicism and lordship salvation underscore the rampant confusion within evangelicalism over the precise meaning of salvation, justification and saving faith. This book clarifies the issues by clearly setting forth the biblical and Reformation teachings of the gospel and salvation.
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The Church of Rome at the Bar of History

By: William Webster

The Church of RomeIn this book, the author, a former Roman Catholic, examines the authority claims and salvation teachings of Roman Catholicism from an historical as well as biblical basis and demonstrates their incompatability with Scripture, the early Church fathers and the facts of history. The work involves an extensive patristic analysis of Roman Catholic Tradition dealing with such subjects as sola Scriptura, The Formation of the Canon, The Papacy, Mary, The Sacramental System, Purgatory, Faith and Justification and is a validation of the fundamental principles of the Reformation. Here is an answer to the misrepresentation of truth by Karl Keating, Scott Hahn and others. Published by Banner of Truth.
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The Matthew 16 Controversy: Peter and the Rock

By: William Webster

The Mathew 16"William Webster has gathered the most formidable body of data concerning the interpreatation of the locus classicus of the authority of the Bishop of Rome to be found anywhere. In addition he has included the studied judgments of a large number of contemporary scholars -- Protestant, Catholic and Orthodox -- concerning the historical treatment of the Matthew 16 passage. That the contemporary Roman Catholic interpretation had no place in the biblical understanding of the early church doctors cannot be disputed." From the foreword by Dr. Tom J. Nettles, Professor and Chairman, Department of Church History, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield, IL.
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Salvation, The Bible and Roman Catholicism

By: William Webster

Salvation The Bible and Roman CatholicismHave the basic doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church changed since the 16th century Reformation? This is what many Protestants and even Roman Catholics think. This book deals with the salvation teachings of Roman Catholicism and demonstrates that the Church of Rome still officially promotes the same sacramental-works oriented salvation protested against by the Reformers. Published by Banner of Truth.
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The Christian: Following Christ as Lord

By: William Webster

Following Christ as LordWhat is the nature of true conversion and sanctification? What does it mean to know and to follow Jesus Christ? What did Jesus mean when he called men to become His disciple? The Lord Jesus lived by certain unalterable principles which are meant to be present in the life of every believer. This book clarifies the meaning of true Christianity by explaining these principles through a careful exposition of the Scriptures, the teaching of Jesus, and by reference to the writings of major theologians such as Jonathan Edwards, John Owen, Martyn Lloyd-Jones, J.I. Packer, A.W. Tozer, J.C. Ryle and many others. Chapter titles include: The Nature of True Conversion, Living for the Glory of God, Worship, Holiness, The Life of Faith, Communion with God and Love. Published by Banner of Truth.
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Saving Faith: How Does Rome Define It?

By: William Webster

Saving FaithThe ECT Accord (Evangelicals and Catholics Together) and ECT 2 (The Gift of Salvation) calls for unity between the Roman Catholic and evangelical Churches on the basis of a shared faith. After all, we are told, Rome teaches that an individual is saved by faith. But does such a basis for unity really exist? When Rome states that an individual is saved by faith, what exactly does she mean? In this book, Mr. Webster documents the Roman Catholic teaching of saving faith from the official authoritative sources of the Roman Catholic magisterium. In a time of great confusion as to what Roman Catholicism officially stands for, this book helps clarify the issues. It provides extensive documentation from the writings of Roman Catholic theologian Ludwig Ott, Papal Decrees, The Council of Trent, Vatican I, Vatican II, The Code of Canon Law, The Question and Answer Catholic Catechism and the newly published Catechism of the Catholic Church.
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Must Jesus Be Lord To Be Savior?

By: William Webster

Must Jesus Be LordWhat is a true Christian? What is the nature of repentance and faith Is Lordship-salvation biblical or is it a distortion of the gospel given to the Church by Jesus Christ? When Jesus enunciated his conditions for discipleship what did he mean? Was he calling men and women who were already believers to a deeper commitment or was he setting forth conditions for entering the kingdom of God? Is lordship a denial or an affirmation of the gospel of the Reformation? To answer these questions the author examines the controversy surrounding Lordship-salvation in light of the teaching of Jesus Christ and that of eminent evangelical theologians from the past and present: John Calvin, Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Charles Spurgeon, John Stott, J.I. Packer, John Murray, A.W. Tozer, Charles Hodge, A.A. Hodge, R.L. Dabney, James Montgomery Boice, A.W. Pink, John Gerstner, Augustus Strong, Henry Thiessen, William Hendriksen and others. This book provides a definitive answer to the lordship controversy. First published in 1986, this work has been revised and updated.
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Roman Catholic Tradition: Claims and Contradictions

By: William Webster

Roman Catholic TraditionsThis book is an easy to read and fully documented summary of the historical and theological teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. It exposes the incompatibility of these teachings with Scripture, the Church fathers and the facts of history and provides a succinct refutation of the common claims of Roman Catholic Tradition. A good resource for witnessing to Roman Catholics or for helping Protestants to understand the essential differences between Protestantism and Roman Catholicism.
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The Old Testament Canon and the Apocrypha: A Survey of the History of the Apocrypha from the Jewish Age to the Reformation

By: William Webster

The Old TestamentIn this work, William Webster documents the history of the Old Testament canon and the Apocrypha from the Jewish age up to the time of the Reformation. The historical evidence conclusively demonstrates that the Jews did not accept the Apocrypha as part of the inspired corpus of the Old Testament, that many of the early Church fathers followed the Jewish canon in rejecting the Apocrypha, and that the Church throughout the middle ages, including the period of the Reformation itself, followed the opinion of Jerome in denying the Apocrypha full canonical status. The writings were considered useful for the purposes of edification and for reading in the churches but were not authoritative for the establishment of doctrine.
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A Treatise Concerning Religious Affections

By: Jonathan Edwards

Religious Affections‘There is no question whatsoever, that is of greater importance to mankind, and what is more concerns every individual to be well resolved in than this: What are the distinguishing characteristics of those that are in favor with God, and entitled to His eternal rewards Or, what comes to the same thing, What is the nature of true religion? But though it be of such importance and though we have clear and abundant light in the word of God to direct us in this matter, yet there is no one point wherein professing Christians do more differ from one another. It would be endless to reckon up the variety of opinions in this point, that divide the Christian world; making manifest the truth of that declaration of our Savior:, “Strait is the gate and narrow is the way, that leads to life, and few there be that find it.”’ (Jonathan Edwards, from the Preface).
     These words of Jonathan Edwards have as much relevance today as when he first penned them in the 18th century. This treatise is one of the most thorough ever done on the nature of biblical conversion and is a classic on the subject. It is a hard hitting, heart searching and deeply convicting work that should be read by every pastor, evangelist and layman. In light of Jesus’ words and warning in Matthew 7:13-14, where He tells us clearly that there are few who find the gate of the Kingdom of God and walk the narrow way, Edwards seeks to warn his readers of the dangers of spiritual deception and false profession.
    A Treatise Concerning Religious Affections is an impassioned plea for men and women to ‘make their calling and election sure’ (2 Cor. 13:5). It is a refreshing presentation of biblical truth in a day of spiritual superficiality and widespread confusion regarding the nature of true conversion and salvation (The Publisher).
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