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This CD runs on any computer (PC or Mac) as each book is in the common, popular, and easy-to-use PDF format. This CD also contains over 100 fully searchable, related, free bonus books and/or articles (not listed below, but listed in the summary for Reformation Bookshelf CD #1 on the web), as well as 10 free audio (MP3) files (also not listed below). This CD contains: + REFORMATION BIBLES KING JAMES BIBLE (1672) WITH THE 1599 GENEVA BIBLE NOTES (Contains almost 1000, 8.5 X 11 inch, pages) The best Reformation translation (King James Version) combined with the best Bible notes of the first Reformation (the Geneva Bible notes [from the 1599 edition])! A great tool for public, family and private worship and study. Contains almost 1000 (8.5 X 11 inch) pages with notes on the complete Bible (Old & New Testaments) – making this a veritable library of study and classic Protestant commentary in just one book! THE ENGLISH HEXAPLA EXHIBITING THE SIX IMPORTANT ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS OF THE NEW TESTAMENT SCRIPTURES, WICLIF, TYNDALE, CRANMER, GENEVAN, ANGLO-RHEMISH, AUTHORIZED OR KING JAMES VERSION (1,080 pages, 1841) The English Hexapla offered here contains the six English translations noted in the title, arranged side by side for easy comparison and reference. Dates for each version used are as follows: 1. Wycliffe (1380, the first English New Testament, Purvey's revision) 2. Tyndale (1534, a version of the first English-printed New Testament of 1525) 3. Cranmer's Great Bible (1539, the first authorized English Bible) 4. Geneva (1557, the first Bible with numbered verses -- came out of Geneva in the days of Calvin and Knox) 5. Rheims (1582, the first Roman Catholic version) 6. King James Version (1611, first edition). Of special interest may be the Geneva 1557 version (from a copy of the first edition), as both Geneva Bible's presently in print contain later versions (1599 and 1602) of this text. It should also be noted that the notes to the Geneva Bible are not included in the English Hexapla, just the text. The 1611 edition of the KJV will also be of value to those who would like to compare it with the more modern version of this translation. Additionally this English Hexapla also includes "The original Greek text after Scholz with the various readings of the Textus Receptus and the principal Constantinopolitan and Alexanderine manuscripts, and a complete collation of Scholz's text with Griesbach's edition of 1805... The Greek text has been placed in the upper part of each page, for the purpose of facilitating the comparison of the versions with the Original, so desirable when they vary in rendering any passage." This is all preceded by a detailed and annotated 160 page historical account of the English translations. 1,080 pages. + BOOKS ON THE BIBLE and THOSE WHO HAVE TRANSLATED IT (Inspiration, Sola Scriptura, etc.) DEMAUS, ROBERT (Edited by Richard Lovett) William Tyndale: A Biography (1904) WHITAKER, WILLIAM A Disputation on Holy Scripture, Against the Papists, Especially Bellarmine and Stapleton (Originally written in 1588; 1610 [Latin], 1849 English edition translated by Fitzgerald. 718 pages, indexed.) And five other books. + MACHEN'S NEW TESTAMENT GREEK FOR BEGINNERS MACHEN, J. GRESHAM New Testament Greek for Beginners (1923) + SELECT COVENANTER CLASSICS REFORMED PRESBYTERY Act, Declaration, And Testimony, For The Whole Of The Covenanted Reformation... RUTHERFORD, SAMUEL, GEORGE GILLESPIE, JOHN BROWN of WAMPHRAY, GREG PRICE, et al.) The Duty and Perpetual Obligation of Social Covenanting (210 pages) SHIELDS, ALEXANDER A Hind Let Loose (1687, 1797 edition) REFORMED PRESBYTERY An Explanation and Defence of the Terms of Communion, Adopted by the Community of Dissenters, etc. And seven other titles.
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AUTHORS included on this CD: the Covenanted Church of Scotland (General Assembly), the Westminster Assembly, Samuel Rutherford, George Gillespie, Alexander Henderson, John Brown of Wamphray, Alexander Shields, John Calvin, James Stewart, James Stirling, John Girardeau, J Gresham Machen, Archibald Alexander, Robert Denaus, Thomas Smith, David Scott, William Roberts, J.M. Foster, the famous Synod of Dort (1618-1619), Thomas Manton, Matthew Henry, C.H. Spurgeon, Jonathan Edwards, John Owen, John Brown (of Haddington), Francis Turretin, James Durham, John Howie, William Hetherington, David Steele, Samuel Miller, John Girardeau, Edward Fisher, Robert Shaw, A.W. Pink, Loraine Boettner, Augustus Toplady, Andrew Symington, Patrick Fairbairn, William Roberts, Richard Baxter, William Cunningham, John Anderson, Andrew Clarkson, David Scott, John Cunningham, George Smeaton, Larry Birger, Francis Rouse, Dr. F. Nigel Lee, Bill Mencarow, Reformed Presbytery in North America, Reformed Presbytery of Scotland, Puritan Reformed Church of Edmonton (Session), David Steele, James Bannerman, William Whitaker, William Fulke, James Douglas, J.A. Wylie, Lyndon Dohms (on PRCE session), Michael Wagner, Greg Price, Greg Barrow, Reg Barrow, et al. + WESTMINSTER ASSEMBLY (Divines) The greatest Christian Assembly since the days of the Apostles, called to fulfill the Solemn League and Covenant and provide the covenanting nations with a biblical blueprint for international Reformation and revival. This august assembly gave us the famous Westminster Confession of Faith, the Westminster Shorter Catechism, and a host of other important and unsurpassed documents. + RUTHERFORD, SAMUEL If Cant was the apostle of the Covenant, and Warriston its pen, and Peden its prophet, Rutherford was something more than its bard, a sensitive reed shaken with the wind of a stormful age, and giving out soft music that touched the soul to tears. He was the strong brain, the dura medulla, the intellectual fibre of the Covenant... He was an out and out Covenanter, a protester of Protesters (sometimes called Steelites today--RB), ready by pen or tongue to defend the blue banner even unto death (Blair as cited in Johnston, Treasury of the Scottish Covenant, p. 304). "Samuel Rutherford, so much on high that you wonder how he had patience to amass such learning, and write so many books -- perhaps the completest instance of absorbing affection for the person of a living Saviour, the liveliest example of a life hid with Christ in God, which these latter ages have produced" (Dr. J. Hamilton as cited in Johnston, Treasury of the Scottish Covenant, p. 304). + PROTESTERS: RUTHERFORD, SAMUEL, JAMES GUTHRIE, WILLIAM GUTHRIE, ROBERT TRAILL, JAMES NISBET, et al. The Protesters were Scottish Covenanters who remained faithful to the Solemn League and Covenant while others in the Scottish Presbyterian Church (called Resolutioners) defected from this Reformation attainment for worldly and unscriptural reasons. Included among the Protesters where: Samuel Rutherford, James Guthrie, William Guthrie, Robert Traill, James Nisbet, and many notable Reformers. + GILLESPIE, GEORGE Gillespie was one of the Scottish commissioners to the Westminster Assembly. He was one of the greatest theologians of all time -- almost singlehandedly steering this august Assembly at certain points. As Hetherington notes, "in all those debates no person took a more active part, or gained more distinction than George Gillespie," though he was the youngest man there. Furthermore, Hetherington calls him a "genius of the highest order," and writes that his work "dazzled and astonished his countrymen." "Noted for his erudition, keen mind, powerful debating skills and articulate speech and often called "Great Mr.Gillespie" in his day, he has been referred to as the prince of Scottish theologians and the supreme defender of Presbyterian church government" (Nigel Cameron, ed. Dictionary of Scottish ChurcReview:
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