List #108: 10 February 2023. General Theology.  

All books hardback in good condition, though some with an ownership inscription, except as otherwise described. Postage is extra at cost; insurance optional. Books are offered subject to prior sale. Pictures of any item can be supplied on request.  All books legally remain the property of the seller until the purchase price has been paid in full. Paypal accepted, check to David C. Lachman preferred.   Email Sarah here to order.

1. Adams, Thomas.  An Exposition of Second Peter.  Solid Ground Christian Books. New in Shrink Wrap, 10”x7”x2”.  $30.00 

2. Alexander, Archibald.  A Brief Compend of Bible Truth.  Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board, 1846.  Brown cloth.. Ex-libris Ernie Springer with marks on front and rear end papers.  A nice copy.  vi, 207pp   $25.00 

3. Alexander, Archibald. The Log College: Biographical Sketches of William Tennent & his students, together with an account of the revivals under their ministries. London: Banner of Truth, 1968.  Hardback with DJ, name inside front cover, otherwise very good.  $22.50 

4. Alexander, James W.  The Life of Archibald Alexander, D.D. First Professor in the Theological Seminary, at Princeton, New Jersey.  New York: Charles Scriber, 1854.  Brown cloth with old duct tape over spine, several ownership inscriptions. (xi), 700, (4)pp. $15.00  

5. Alexander, James W.  Thoughts on Family-Worship.  Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board, 1847.  Light water stain at top and bottom of interior edges.  Brown cloth; spine chipped at top and bottom, old sticker at bottom of spine. Elaborate gold Presbyterian Board stamp embossed on cover. 260pp.  $25.00 

6. Ames, William. The Marrow of Theology. Translated and with an introduction by John Dykstra Eusden. Durham, NC: Labyrinth Press, 1983. PB, Excellent, as new. 353pp.  $18.00 

7. Arnot, William.  Laws from Heaven for Life on Earth: Illustrations of the Book of Proverbs.  London: T. Nelson and Sons, 1884.  Ex-libris Peter Henry Lewis.  Also signed by David Thomas, 1885, and with Lewis’ note, “Is this the ‘David Thomas’ of the last century’s “Homilist” and author of several commentaries of Problemmata Mundi, Comm. on Matthew, etc?”  Advertisement for William Arnot works tucked in front, red underlining to first 29 pages. Red cloth.  581pp  ***Spurgeon:  “”Those passages which he dilates upon are set in a clear and beautiful light.  For a happy blending of illustrative faculty, practical  sound sense, and spirituality, Dr. Arnot was almost unrivaled.”    $35.00  

SOLD 8. Augustine: Earlier Writings. Selected and Translated by John H. S. Burleigh.  Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1953. The Library of Christian Classics: Ichthus Edition.  PB, spotting to fore-edges, otherwise very good. 413pp.   $6.00 

SOLD 9. Baker, Daniel.  A Series of Revival Sermons… with an Appendix.  Philadelphia: William S. Martien, 1846. Brown cloth, chipped at head and tail of spine. Some foxing; pencilling inside front cover.  376pp. $35. 

10. Baker, Sir Richard, Knight.  Meditations and Disquisitions upon the First Psalm; The Penitential Psalms; and Seven Consolitory Psalms.  (First Printed 1639-1640). A New Edition, with brief explanatory notes and a textual index, With a Memorial-Introduction by the Rev. A. B. Grosart, LL.D., F.S.A., Editor of the Works, and Biographer of Sibbes, Brooks, and Gilpin, in Nichol’s Puritan Divines.” London: Charles Higham, 1882. Green cloth, both hinges beginning to loosen.  Ex-libris Peter Lewis, missing both end papers, underlining and marginal notes to first 29 pages. Xl,449pp.  ***Spurgeon: “O rare Sir Richard Baker !  Knight of the flowing pen.   ...embarrassed with riches….”     $45.00 

11. Bates, Rev. W. The Harmony of the Divine Attributes, in the Contrivance and Accomplishment of Man’s Redemption by the Lord Jesus Christ.  Revised, with a memoir of the Author by the Rev. W. Farmer.  London: James Black, 1815.  Half calf with marbled boards and marbled edges, front board virtually detached. Water staining at front and rear, and some penciling to text. (xix), 247pp.  $50.00 

12. Bavinck, Herman.  The Doctrine of God.  Translated by William Hendriksen. Edinburgh: Banner of Truth, 1979. HB with DJ. Very good. 407pp.  $20.00 

13. Bavinck, Herman.  Our Reasonable Faith.  Translated by Henry Zylstra. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1977.  Twin Brooks Series, a Survey of Christian Doctrine.  PB, occasional underlining and marginalia throughout, heavy pencil underlining 404-470. 568pp   $12.50 

SOLD 14. Beardslee, John W, III., ed. and trans.  Reformed Dogmatics: Seventeenth Century Reformed Theology Through the Writings of Wollebius, Voetius, and Turretin.  Grand Rapids: Baker, 1977. Twin Brooks Series, PB with a few instances of small, neat marginal notes, owners names at front. 471pp   $35.00  

SOLD15. Berkhof, Louis.  Summary of Christian Doctrine For Senior Classes.  Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1986.  PB, highlighting in chapter XIX (125-128), and pen markings & underlining in XXV (164-167) and XXVI (169-171).  ***In his preface to this book, Berkof explains that he had been asked for a briefer work than his Manual of Reformed Doctrine for use in classes. “I have reduced the text by more than one half, omitting especially detailed explanations and controversial material. I have tried to use simple language, easily understood by the ordinary high school student, have included the most important passages of Scripture, and have numbered the questions for review. Besides, I have added some questions for further study, which will encourage the pupils to refer to their Bible.” 198pp   $15.00 

SOLD16. Berkhof, L. Systematic Theology.  Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1991.  Fourth edition, enlarged text.  HB with DJ, some underlining and marginal marks throughout.  Owner’s sticker in front, binding beginning to split at page 64, but still intact.  Top of DJ torn 1” and missing small piece. 784pp  $10.00 

17. Bible Stories in Short Words. Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board, 1858. 8vo, Green cloth. Tear to blank margin of title. 84pp. $15.00 

18. Bogue, David, and James Bennett. History of the Dissenters, from the Revolution in 1688 to the year 1808.  London: for the Authors, 1808.  In four volumes. Quarter calf with marbled boards. Volume 1 front cover virtually detached. Volume 2 both covers essentially detached;  Volume 4 front cover reinforced, rear cover virtually detached.  Ex-libris Eastern Baptist Seminary and Congregational Library (London), with library pockets at rear. (xliv), 435; (viii), 472pp; (viii), 496; (vi), 512pp.  *** The first edition of a rare and important work. $200.00 

19. Bonar, Horatius.  The Everlasting Righteousness; or, How Shall Man be Just with God?  London: James Nisbet, 1873.  Brown cloth, Interior hinges lightly split, wax spots on front cover, lightly worn at top and bottom of spine.  Occasional light pencil & old pen markings in markings.Ex-libris Ernie Springer with marks at front and rear. X, 211, 8pp   $20.00 

20. Boyce, James P.  Abstract of Systematic Theology.  Printed by the Den Dulk Christian Foundation, Escondido CA and North Pompano Baptist Church, FL. With an introduction by Ernest C. Reisinger and Fred A. Malone.  HB with DJ, As New. (Removed from shrink wrap for description). xxvi ,493, xxv pp.  $15.00 

21. Brook, Benjamin. The Lives of The Puritans: containing a biographical account of those divines who distinguished themselves in the cause of Religious Liberty, from the Reformation under Queen Elizabeth, to the Act of Uniformity, in 1662. London: James Black, 1814. 3 volumes, sometime rebound in blue cloth; uncut. xxviii, 452; viii, 507; x. 556pp With various notes by way of addition, commentary and correction; ex-libris The Evangelical Library (London), with the bookplates of Isaac Foot and the ownership inscription of Peter Henry Lewis. BOUND WITH Benjamin Brook. The Reviewer Reviewed: or, Strictures on the Review of the "Lives of the Puritans" in the Christian Observer. London: for James Black, 1815. 89pp ***This is very much written in defense of his 'Lives', but Brook concludes by quoting his critic as follows: "Their studies may, in many cases, be set up as instructive lights to posterity, and they had often deep and clear views of the things of God." $300.00 

22. Brown, John. The English Puritans. Cambridge: University Press, 1910.  Red cloth, a small book.  Chapters are: The Origins of Puritanism, Vestments and Ceremonies, The Puritans and the Hierarchy, Presbytery in Episcopacy, Absolutism and Liberty, Puritanism in its Triumph and Downfall, and Authorities (a bibliography).  160pp. $10.00 

23. Charnock, Stephen. Discourses upon the Existence and Attributes of God.  In Two Volumes.  Grand Rapids: Baker, 1983.  TOGETHER WITH Charnock, Stephen.  The Works of Stephen Charnock. Volumes 3, 4, 5. Edinburgh: Banner of Truth, 1986, 1985, 1997.  Charnock’s Complete works in five volumes, three different editions combined to make a single set.    All hardback.  Volumes 1&2 are purple spines with marbled boards; volumes 3-5 are red cloth; 3&4 have green DJ.  Volume 1 has writing at front, starting to split after Title, first line of “Life and Character of Charnock by Symington” is highlighted, and some staining to edges. Volumes 2-5 are clean with good binding and interior. 606;543;534;598;592pp.  $85.00 

24. Dennison, Charles G. & Richard C. Gamble.  Pressing Toward the Mark: Essays Commemorating Fifty Years of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church.  Philadelphia: Orthodox Presbyterian Church, 1986.  HB with DJ chipped and bent at top and bottom, otherwise very good. 489pp.  $35.00 

SOLD25. Eusebius.  Preparation for the Gospel. Translated by Edwin Hamilton Gifford. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1981.  In Two Volumes.  Twin Brooks Series.  PB, very good. xxx,1-487; 489-948pp.  $25.00 

26. Fraser, James.  A Treatise on Sanctification.  Audubon, NJ: Old Paths Publications, 1992.  An Explication of Romans Chapters 6, 7, & 8:1-4.  HB with DJ. Essentially as new.  Xxxi,493pp  $22.50  

27. Gill, John.  The Cause of God and Truth. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1980.  PB.  viii, 328pp. $7.00 

28. Good James I.  Origin of the Reformed Church in Germany.  Reading, PA: Daniel Miller, 1887.  Brown cloth, first gathering loose. Some pencilling throughout, notes at front and rear. 507pp.  Front hinge starting to split. $35.00 

29. Greenslade, S. L., editor.  Early Latin Theology. Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1956.  Library of Christian Classics: Ichthus Edition.  PB. The spine is sunned to tan, but otherwise in very good condition and does not appear to have been read.  415pp  $5.00 

SOLD 30. Henry, T. Charlton. Letters to an Anxious Inquirer, designed to Relieve the Difficulties of a Friend under Serious Impressions.  Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board, 1840. Green cloth. A small book. 309pp. $25. 

SOLD31. Heppe, Heinrich.  Reformed Dogmatics Set Out and Illustrated from the Sources. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1978.  Twin Brooks Series. PB, owners names, one page of pencilled underlining in introduction.  721pp.  $25.00 

32. Hodge, Archibald Alexander. The Atonement. Cherry Hill, NJ: Mack, ND.  AND Hugh Martin, The Atonement: in its relations to The Covenant, The Priesthood, The Intercession of our Lord.  Cherry Hill, NJ: Mack, ND.  Paperback, $18. 

33. Hodge, Charles.  Systematic Theology. In Three Volumes.  Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1989. Green HBs, spotting on covers. xv,648; xi,732; viii,880pp. $25.00 

34. Howie, John. The Scots Worthies. Revised, from the Author’s Original Edition by the Rev. W. H. Carslaw, M.A.  Edinburgh: Johnstone, Hunter, and Company. 1870. Half calf with marbled edges. Water stains affecting text to xx, and 617-627, both end papers. Xi-xiv have outer edge of pages torn (two pages) affecting last two letters of the first line & one letter of the second line.  Page 602 is ripped from middle to ¼” from top edge about 1” deep, but is present and attached. Page 621 has margin torn off, not affecting text. Spotting to side margins throughout.  Text is clean and ruled in black. Overall a nice copy despite the defects. Ex-libris Peter Lewis. 627pp.  $40.00  

35. James, John Angell. The Anxious Inquirer after Salvation Directed and Encouraged.  London: Religious Tract Society, nd.  Brown cloth, inscription from 1861 inside front cover. 170pp. $15.  

36. Jay, William.  The Autobiography of William Jay. Edited by Goerge Redford, John Angell James.  Edinburgh: Banner of Truth, 1974. HB with DJ, essentially as new. (xiii), 586pp. $12 

37. Jones, R. Tudor.  Congregationalism in England 1662-1962.  London: Independent Press Ltd, 1962.  Red cloth, with minor staining to covers. 504pp. $45. 

38. Lindsay, Thomas M.  A History of the Reformation.  Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 1966.  In two volumes. Red cloth, some staining to boards. Lightly rubbed at head and tail of spines.  Volume one both hinges beginning to split, but sounds; contains a map inside pocket at rear (xvi), 528; (xvii), 631pp, advertisements at rear. $15. 

SOLD39. Lloyd-Jones, D. Martyn.  Studies in the Sermon on the Mount.  Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1959.  Two volumes, blue cloth with faded spines; in a slip case. Light wear to case, both volumes very good. $35. 

40. McCheyne, Robert Murray.  The Sermons of the Rev. Robert Murray McCheyne. New York: Carter, 1869.  Cloth, front cover held on by single cord.  Puncture marks (size of a large needle) through back cover, deepest of which reaches to page 369. While it affects the text, it doesn’t make anything illegible. Cloth peeling off back cover ½” from bottom. Back board held on by three cords, which are visible inside.  Binding split entirely down the middle. Binding is in quite poor condition, but text is quite readable.  518pp.    $12.50 

41. Miller, J. R. Practical Religion: A Help for the Common Days.  Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board, 1888. Green cloth, small scuff at bottom of spine. 320pp. $25. 

42. [Ministers]. Sermons on Important Subjects; Collected from A Number of Ministers, in Some of the Northern States of America.  Hartford: Hudson & Goodwin, 1797.  Calf, with red tape over spine.  Authors include Mills, West, Stevens, Edwards, Steele, Judson, Hooker, Gillet, and Catlin. A worn volume. 516pp. $20

SOLD 43. Mitchell, Alex F. and John Struthers, ed.  Minutes of the Sessions of the Westminsters Assembly of Divines while Engages in Preparing their Directory for Church Government, Confession of Faith, and Catechisms (November 1644 to March 1649) From Transcripts of the Originals Procured by a Committee of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.  Edmonton, AB, CA: Still Waters Revival Books, 1991.  Reprinted from the 1874 edition.  Number 471 of 600 of SWRB’s Numbered Collectors Edition.  HB, cover spotted, very good interior. lxxxvii, 556pp.   $20.00 

SOLD 44. Mitchell, Alexander F.  The Westminster Assembly: Its History and Standards being The Baird Lecture for 1882.  Edmonton, AB, CA: Still Waters Revival Books, 1992.  Part of the Classic Collectors Edition.  First published 1883. HB, cover spotted, very good interior. Xxiii,520pp.  $20.00 

45. Moffatt, James.  The Golden Book of John Owen: Passages from the Writings of the Rev. John Owen, M.A., D.D., Sometime Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford, and Dean of Christ Church, Chosen and Edited, with a Study of his Life and Age by James Moffatt.  London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1904.  Red cloth somewhat dirty, slightly pulled at front and rear covers, very light penciling in margins throughout. 8 ?” x 6 ?” 244pp   $25.00 

46. Morgan, Irvonwy.  The Nonconformity of Richard Baxter.  London: Epworth Press, 1946. Blue cloth with a faded spine, some spotting on cover and light smell. Foxing on edges and end papers. 266pp     $25.00 

47. Murphy, Thomas. Pastoral Theology: The Pastor in the Various Duties of His Office. Introduction by Dr. David C. Lachman. Audubon, NJ: Old Paths Publications, 1996. With DJ. 509pp. New in shrink wrap.  $25.00 

48. Murphy, Thomas.  The Presbytery of the Log College; of the Cradle of the Presbyterian Church in American.  Philadelphia: Presbyerian Board, 1889.  Red cloth, with piece missing from top of spine and the first few leaves loose. Ex-library, but with a good, clean text.  526pp.  $25.00 

49. Murray, John. Divorce.  Grand Rapids: Baker, 1961. HB, faded spine and edges, owners name at front, a tight binding. Marginal notes on page 4, otherwise very good. 122pp   $17.50 

50. Patterson, Bob E., editor. Makers of the Modern Theological Mind. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1972-85.  16 volumes, HB with DJ.  DJ and fore-edges have some light foxing, light scuffing to the heads and tails of DJs on some volumes; otherwise the set is crisp, clean, and very good; no marks; the volumes look and feel unread.  ***Included volumes are Karl Barth (Mueller), Emil Brunner (Humphrey), Martin Buber (Panko), Rudol Bultmann (Ashcraft), Teilhard de Chardin (McCarty), Charles Hartshorne (Gragg), Carl F. H. Henry (Patterson), Soren Kierkegaard (Duncan), Hans Kung (Kiwiet), H. Richard Niebuhr (Kliever), Reinhold Niebuhr (Patterson), Anders Nygren (Hall), Wolfhart Pannenberg (Olive), Ian Ramsey (Williamson), Friedrich Schleiermacher (Christian), and Gerhard von Rad (Crenshaw).  $50. 

SOLD 51. Pictet, Benedict.  Christian Theology.  Frederick Reyroux, translator. Hardbound Photocopy, two page spread on each page.  Probably printed by Curt Daniel.  First published London, Seeley and Burnside, 1834.  This edition probably 1980s or 1990s. Single sided photocopies, original pagination 512pp. 11 ¼” x 8 ?”   $12.00  

52. Pictet, Benedict.  Christian Theology: Translated from the Latin.  Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board, 1845. Quarter calf, with green boards. (xiv), 434pp. $50. 

53. Pierce, William. An Historical Introduction to the Marprelate Tracts: A Chapter in the Evolution of Religious and Civil Liberty in England.  London: Archibald Constable, 1908. Cloth, spine slightly faded. (xix),350pp. $35. 

54. Pratt, John H., editor.  The Thought of the Evangelical Leaders: Notes of the Discussions of the Eclectic Society, London during the years 1798-1814.  Edinburgh: Banner of Truth, 1978. First published by James Nisbet 1856.  HB with DJ, DJ faded on spine, otherwise very good.  535pp. $15.00 

55. Pratt, John H., ed. The Thought of the Evangelical Leaders: Notes of the Discussions of The Eclectic Society, London During the years 1798-1814.  Edinburgh: Banner of Truth, 1978. HB with DJ. DJ very lightly scuffed. 535pp. $10.00 

56. Rian, Edwin H.  The Presbyerian Conflict.  Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1940.  HB with DJ, irregular fading to DJ. 342pp. $25.00 

57. Richardson, Cyril , editor.  Early Christian Fathers. New York: Macmillan, 1970. Library of Christian Classics.  PB. Good condition with a little highlighting (maybe 20 pages, scattered), and some pen marks.  Embossed medallion on the half title.   $3.00 

58. Ryle, Herbert Edward.  The Canon of the Old Testament: An Essay on the Gradual Growth and Formation of the Hebrew Canon of Scripture.  London: Macmillan, 1899. Green cloth, reinforced with clear tape and top and bottom of spine on the exterior, interior hinges reinforced with white tape.  Library stamps & marks at front, card pocket & bar code at rear.316pp with 39 page publisher catalog at rear.  $10.00 

59. Ryle, J.C.  Holiness. Durham, England: Evangelical Press, 1995.  PB with inscription on front end paper, highlighting to first 121 pages, otherwise a nice copy.  Xxviii, 324pp.  $10.00 

60. Schwertley, Brian M.  A Historical and Biblical Examination of Women Deacons.  Edited by Stephen Pribble. Southfield, MI: Reformed Witness, 1998. PB, as new, 156pp.   $20.00 

SOLD 61. Shedd, William G. T.  Theological Essays & Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy.  Minneapolis, MN: Klock & Klock, 1981.  Theological Essays originally published 1877, Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy originally published 1893.  Preliminary title has Klock & Klock logo reversed, Heterodoxy misspelled; pages 355-375 are underlined. 383;297pp.  $35.00 

62. Smith, Egbert Watson. The Creed of Presbyterians.  New York: Baker and Taylor, 1902.  HB, name inside front cover, stains to fore-edges but crisp and clean on the interior. A nice, solid copy. 223pp.  $25.00 

SOLD 63. Smith, Morton H.  Harmony of the Westminster Confession and Catechism. Greenville, SC: Greenville Seminary Press, 1991.  Large HB, 11 ¼”x 5 5/8”.  Binding spotted, interior crisp and clean. 154pp   $35.00 

64. Spinka, Matthew, ed.  The Library of Christian Classics Volume XIV: Advocates of Reform: From Wyclif to Erasmus.  London: SCM Press, 1953.  Blue cloth. With a plastic DJ, torn. Very good. 399pp.  $14.00 

65. Spring, Gardiner.  The Mercy Seat; thoughts suggested by The Lord’s Prayer.  New York: M. W. Dodd, 1850.  Brown cloth, chipped at head and tail of spine. Some foxing. 383pp. $25.00 

66. Stonehouse, Ned B.  J. Gresham Machen: A Biographical Memoir.  Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1954. HB with DJ. 520pp. $18.00 

67. Toon, Peter, ed.  The Correspondence of John Owen (1616-1683) with an Account of his Life and Work. Greenwood, SC: Attic Press, 1970. HB with DJ. DJ is worn at top and bottom, otherwise book is very good.  Xiii,190pp    $25.00 

SOLD 68. Traill, Robert. The Works of the Late Reverend Robert Traill, A. M. Minister of the Gospel in London.  Edinburgh: J Ogle, 1810.  Four volumes in two, a new edition, recommended by the late Rev. James Hervey. Half calf with marbled boards.  Bindings are fragile, but intact. 296,298; 278,242pp    $40.00 

69. [Various authors] Soul Winning Classics: III.  Lafayette, IN: Sovereign Grace Trust Fund, 1990.  Volume 3 of 12 of the Fifty Greatest Christian Classics.  This volume includes: Holiness by J.C. Ryle; The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment, Jeremy Burroughs; Kept for the Master’s Use by Frances Havergal; Precious Remedies Against Satan’s Devices by Thomas Brooks; The Art of Meditation by Joseph Hall; How to Prepare for communion by Matthew Henry; and The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification by Walter Marshall.  HB  Pages 39-42 detached from sewing but present.  Binding slightly spotted. 758pp.  $15.00 

70. [Various authors] Soul Winning Classics: IV.  Lafayette, IN: Sovereign Grace Trust Fund, 1990.  Volume 4 of 12 of the Fifty Greatest Christian Classics.  This volume includes: The Soul Winner by C.H. Spurgeon; The Art of Man Fishing by Thomas Boston; Words to Winners of Souls by Horatius Bonar; The Bondage of the Will by Martin Luther; How shall I go to God? by Horatius Bonar; An Alarm to the Unconverted by Joseph Alleine; The Necessity of Repentance by Thomas Boston; A Call to the Unconverted by Richard Baxter; On Repentance by Thomas Goodwin; The Vanity of Thoughts by Thomas Goodwin; Let Patience have its Perfect Work by Thomas Goodwin; and The Return of Prayers by Thomas Goodwin. HB.  Binding slightly spotted. 721pp   $15.00  

71. Vaughan, Robert.  English Nonconformity.  London: Jackson, Walford, and Hodder, 1862. Brown cloth, somewhat worn.  Underlining in multi-colored pencil through page 159; binding split at p168.  (xi), 486pp. $20.00 

SOLD 72. Walker, James.  The Theology and Theologians of Scotland 1560-1750.  Edinburgh: Knox Press, 1982.  Reprinted with additional notes from the 1888 second edition.  HB with DJ, Very good, essentially as new.  207pp.  $12.50 

73. Watson, Thomas.  A Body of Divinity, contained in Sermons upon the Assembly’s Catechism… with a preface and appendix by Pastor C. H. Spurgeon.  London: Passmore & Alabaster, 1890.  Brown cloth. (vii), 651, plus an index and advertisement.  Despite slight fading of the spine, a fine copy. $50.00 

74. The Westminster Standards.  Forward by Dr. William S. Barker. Audubon, NJ: Old Paths Publications.  HB New in Shrink Wrap with DJ.  Limited Anniversary Edition.   $12.50 

75. Whitefield, George.  Letters of George Whitefield. Edinburgh: Banner of Truth, 1976.  Brown cloth with DJ, very good. Reprinted from the 1771 edition. 570pp.  $25.00 

76. Whyte, Alexander. Thomas Shepard: Pilgrim Father and Founder of Harvard: His Spiritual Experience and Experimental Preaching.  Edinburgh: Oliphant, Anderson, and Ferrier, ND. Red cloth with somewhat faded spine, both end papers browned.  Ex-libris Peter Lewis, also has bookplate inside front cover.  Otherwise a fine, clean copy. 252pp plus publisher’s catalog.  $25.00 

SOLD 77. Williamson, G. I.  The Westminster Confession of Faith.  Philadelphia: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1964.  Paperback, covers lightly creased. 309pp   $15.00 

78. Wilson, Walter.  The History and Antiquities of Dissenting Churches and Meeting Houses, in London, Westminster, and Southward; including the Lives of their Ministers, from the Rise of Nonconformity to the Present Time. With an Appendix on the Origin, Progress, and Present State of Christianity in Britain.  London: for the Author, 1808, 1808, 1810, 1814.  In Four Volumes.  Quarter cloth with paper covered boards, bindings worn at edges, spines chipped.  Ex-library with call numbers on spines, stamps, and library pockets at rear.  Vol 1 lacks bottom ? of spine. With a newspaper obituary of the author pasted inside front cover of volume 1. (xxiv), 536; (iv), 608; (iv), 572; (v) 616pp.  A rare set of an important work. $350. 

79. Witsius, Herman.  Sacred Dissertations on The Lord’s Prayer.  With Notes by the Rev. William Pringle.  Escondido, CA: den Dulk Christian Foundation, 1994.  Distributed by P&R.  Publishers Preface by Joel Beeke.  Reprinted from 1839 edition. HB with DJ, very good. Xxvii,382pp  $15.00 


Email Sarah here to order.


Return to Theology