Q. 1. What is the chief and highest end of man?
Q. 2. How doth it appear that there is a God?
Q. 3. What is the Word of God?
Q. 4. How doth it appear that the Scriptures are the Word of God?
Q. 5. What do the Scriptures principally teach?
WHAT MAN OUGHT TO BELIEVE CONCERNING GOD
Q. 6. What do the Scriptures make known of God?
Q. 7. What is God?
Q. 8. Are there more Gods than one?
Q. 9. How many persons are there in the Godhead?
Q. 10. What are the personal properties of the three persons in the Godhead?
Q. 11. How doth it appear that the Son and the Holy Ghost are God equal with the Father?
Q. 12. What are the decrees of God?
Q. 13. What hath God especially decreed concerning angels and men?
Q. 14. How doth God execute his decrees?
Q. 15. What is the work of creation?
Q. 16. How did God create angels?
Q. 17. How did God create man?
Q. 18. What are God’s works of providence?
Q. 19. What is God’s providence towards the angels?
Q. 20. What was the providence of God toward man in the estate in which he was created?
Q. 21. Did man continue in that estate wherein God at first created him?
Q. 22. Did all mankind fall in that first transgression?
Q. 23. Into what estate did the fall bring mankind?
Q. 24. What is sin?
Q. 25. Wherein consisteth the sinfulness of that estate whereinto man fell?
Q. 26. How is original sin conveyed from our first parents unto their posterity?
Q. 27. What misery did the fall bring upon mankind?
Q. 28. What are the punishments of sin in this world?
Q. 29. What are the punishments of sin in the world to come?
Q. 30. Doth God leave all mankind to perish in the estate of sin and misery?
Q. 31. With whom was the covenant of grace made?
Q. 32. How is the grace of God manifested in the second covenant?
Q. 33. Was the covenant of grace always administered after one and the same manner?
Q. 34. How was the covenant of grace administered under the Old Testament?
Q. 35. How is the covenant of grace administered under the New Testament?
Q. 36. Who is the mediator of the covenant of grace?
Q. 37. How did Christ, being the Son of God, become man?
Q. 38. Why was it requisite that the mediator should be God?
Q. 39. Why was it requisite that the mediator should be man?
Q. 40. Why was it requisite that the mediator should be God and man in one person?
Q. 41. Why was our mediator called Jesus?
Q. 42. Why was our mediator called Christ?
Q. 43. How doth Christ execute the office of a prophet?
Q. 44. How doth Christ execute the office of a priest?
Q. 45. How doth Christ execute the office of a king?
Q. 46. What was the estate of Christ’s humiliation?
Q. 47. How did Christ humble himself in his conception and birth?
Q. 48. How did Christ humble himself in his life?
Q. 49. How did Christ humble himself in his death?
Q. 50. Wherein consisted Christ’s humiliation after his death?
Q. 51. What was the estate of Christ’s exaltation?
Q. 52. How was Christ exalted in his resurrection?
Q. 53. How was Christ exalted in his ascension?
Q. 54. How is Christ exalted in his sitting at the right hand of God?
Q. 55. How doth Christ make intercession?
Q. 56. How is Christ to be exalted in his coming again to judge the world?
Q. 57. What benefits hath Christ procured by his mediation?
Q. 58. How do we come to be made partakers of the benefits which Christ hath procured?
Q. 59. Who are made partakers of redemption through Christ?
Q. 60. Can they who have never heard the gospel, and so know not Jesus Christ, nor believe in him, be saved by their living according to the light of nature?
Q. 61. Are all they saved who hear the gospel, and live in the church?
Q. 62. What is the visible church?
Q. 63. What are the special privileges of the visible church?
Q. 64. What is the invisible church?
Q. 65. What special benefits do the members of the invisible church enjoy by Christ?
Q. 66. What is that union which the elect have with Christ?
Q. 67. What is effectual calling?
Q. 68. Are the elect only effectually called?
Q. 69. What is the communion in grace which the members of the invisible church have with Christ?
Q. 70. What is justification?
Q. 71. How is justification an act of God’s free grace?
Q. 72. What is justifying faith?
Q. 73. How doth faith justify a sinner in the sight of God?
Q. 74. What is adoption?
Q. 75. What is sanctification?
Q. 76. What is repentance unto life?
Q. 77. Wherein do justification and sanctification differ?
Q. 78. Whence ariseth the imperfection of sanctification in believers?
Q. 79. May not true believers, by reason of their imperfections, and the many temptations and sins they are overtaken with, fall away from the state of grace?
Q. 80. Can true believers be infallibly assured that they are in the estate of grace, and that they shall persevere therein unto salvation?
Q. 81. Are all true believers at all times assured of their present being in the estate of grace, and that they shall be saved?
Q. 82. What is the communion in glory which the members of the invisible church have with Christ?
Q. 83. What is the communion in glory with Christ which the members of the invisible church enjoy in this life?
Q. 84. Shall all men die?
Q. 85. Death being the wages of sin, why are not the righteous delivered from death, seeing all their sins are forgiven in Christ?
Q. 86. What is the communion in glory with Christ which the members of the invisible church enjoy immediately after death?
Q. 87. What are we to believe concerning the resurrection?
Q. 88. What shall immediately follow after the resurrection?
Q. 89. What shall be done to the wicked at the day of judgment?
Q. 90. What shall be done to the righteous at the day of judgment?
HAVING SEEN WHAT THE SCRIPTURES PRINCIPALLY TEACH US TO BELIEVE CONCERNING GOD, IT FOLLOWS TO CONSIDER WHAT THEY REQUIRE AS THE DUTY OF MAN
Q. 91. What is the duty which God requireth of man?
Q. 92. What did God first reveal unto man as the rule of his obedience?
Q. 93. What is the moral law?
Q. 94. Is there any use of the moral law since the fall?
Q. 95. Of what use is the moral law to all men?
Q. 96. What particular use is there of the moral law to unregenerate men?
Q. 97. What special use is there of the moral law to the regenerate?
Q. 98. Where is the moral law summarily comprehended?
Q. 99. What rules are to be observed for the right understanding of the Ten Commandments?
Q. 100. What special things are we to consider in the Ten Commandments?
Q. 101. What is the preface to the Ten Commandments?
Q. 102. What is the sum of the four commandments which contain our duty to God?
Q. 103. Which is the first commandment?
Q. 104. What are the duties required in the first commandment?
Q. 105. What are the sins forbidden in the first commandment?
Q. 106. What are we specially taught by these words, before me, in the first commandment?
Q. 107. Which is the second commandment?
Q. 108. What are the duties required in the second commandment?
Q. 109. What sins are forbidden in the second commandment?
Q. 110. What are the reasons annexed to the second commandment, the more to enforce it?
Q. 111. Which is the third commandment?
Q. 112. What is required in the third commandment?
Q. 113. What are the sins forbidden in the third commandment?
Q. 114. What reasons are annexed to the third commandment?
Q. 115. Which is the fourth commandment?
Q. 116. What is required in the fourth commandment?
Q. 117. How is the sabbath or the Lord’s day to be sanctified?
Q. 118. Why is the charge of keeping the sabbath more specially directed to governors of families, and other superiors?
Q. 119. What are the sins forbidden in the fourth commandment?
Q. 120. What are the reasons annexed to the fourth commandment, the more to enforce it?
Q. 121. Why is the word Remember set in the beginning of the fourth commandment?
Q. 122. What is the sum of the six commandments which contain our duty to man?
Q. 123. Which is the fifth commandment?
Q. 124. Who are meant by father and mother in the fifth commandment?
Q. 125. Why are superiors styled Father and Mother?
Q. 126. What is the general scope of the fifth commandment?
Q. 127. What is the honor that inferiors owe to their superiors?
Q. 128. What are the sins of inferiors against their superiors?
Q. 129. What is required of superiors towards their inferiors?
Q. 130. What are the sins of superiors?
Q. 131. What are the duties of equals?
Q. 132. What are the sins of equals?
Q. 133. What is the reason annexed to the fifth commandment, the more to enforce it?
Q. 134. Which is the sixth commandment?
Q. 135. What are the duties required in the sixth commandment?
Q. 136. What are the sins forbidden in the sixth commandment?
Q. 137. Which is the seventh commandment?
Q. 138. What are the duties required in the seventh commandment?
Q. 139. What are the sins forbidden in the seventh commandment?
Q. 140. Which is the eighth commandment?
Q. 141. What are the duties required in the eighth commandment?
Q. 142. What are the sins forbidden in the eighth commandment?
Q. 143. Which is the ninth commandment?
Q. 144. What are the duties required in the ninth commandment?
Q. 145. What are the sins forbidden in the ninth commandment?
Q. 146. Which is the tenth commandment?
Q. 147. What are the duties required in the tenth commandment?
Q. 148. What are the sins forbidden in the tenth commandment?
Q. 149. Is any man able perfectly to keep the commandments of God?
Q. 150. Are all transgressions of the law of God equally heinous in themselves, and in the sight of God?
Q. 151. What are those aggravations that make some sins more heinous than others?
Q. 152. What doth every sin deserve at the hands of God?
Q. 153. What doth God require of us, that we may escape his wrath and curse due to us by reason of the transgression of the law?
Q. 154. What are the outward means whereby Christ communicates to us the benefits of his mediation?
Q. 155. How is the word made effectual to salvation?
Q. 156. Is the Word of God to be read by all?
Q. 157. How is the Word of God to be read?
Q. 158. By whom is the Word of God to be preached?
Q. 159. How is the Word of God to be preached by those that are called thereunto?
Q. 160. What is required of those that hear the word preached?
Q. 161. How do the sacraments become effectual means of salvation?
Q. 162. What is a sacrament?
Q. 163. What are the parts of a sacrament?
Q. 164. How many sacraments hath Christ instituted in his church under the New Testament?
Q. 165. What is baptism?
Q. 166. Unto whom is baptism to be administered?
Q. 167. How is baptism to be improved by us?
Q. 168. What is the Lord’s supper?
Q. 169. How hath Christ appointed bread and wine to be given and received in the sacrament of the Lord’s supper?
Q. 170. How do they that worthily communicate in the Lord’s supper feed upon the body and blood of Christ therein?
Q. 171. How are they that receive the sacrament of the Lord’s supper to prepare themselves before they come unto it?
Q. 172. May one who doubteth of his being in Christ, or of his due preparation, come to the Lord’s supper?
Q. 173. May any who profess the faith, and desire to come to the Lord’s supper, be kept from it?
Q. 174. What is required of them that receive the sacrament of the Lord’s supper in the time of the administration of it?
Q. 175. What is the duty of Christians, after they have received the sacrament of the Lord’s supper?
Q. 176. Wherein do the sacraments of baptism and the Lord’s supper agree?
Q. 177. Wherein do the sacraments of baptism and the Lord’s supper differ?
Q. 178. What is prayer?
Q. 179. Are we to pray unto God only?
Q. 180. What is it to pray in the name of Christ?
Q. 181. Why are we to pray in the name of Christ?
Q. 182. How doth the Spirit help us to pray?
Q. 183. For whom are we to pray?
Q. 184. For what things are we to pray?
Q. 185. How are we to pray?
Q. 186. What rule hath God given for our direction in the duty of prayer?
Q. 187. How is the Lord’s prayer to be used?
Q. 188. Of how many parts doth the Lord’s prayer consist?
Q. 189. What doth the preface of the Lord’s prayer teach us?
Q. 190. What do we pray for in the first petition?
Q. 191. What do we pray for in the second petition?
Q. 192. What do we pray for in the third petition?
Q. 193. What do we pray for in the fourth petition?
Q. 194. What do we pray for in the fifth petition?
Q. 195. What do we pray for in the sixth petition?
Q. 196. What doth the conclusion of the Lord’s prayer teach us?
- A Pastor’s Job Description by Pastor Phillip Way
- Biblical Manhood
- Do not mingle….
- Observations on Personal Covenanting by Manton
- Rome’s excommunications
- The Church Index
- Bannerman on Schism in the church
- Church Discipline by Fred Greco
- Church Membership and the Vows Related to It.
- Human Authority in Religion Condemned by John Brown
- Is Proper Ordination Important?
- Is the Church a New Testament Phenomenon?
- Occasional Hearing; Amos 3:3 Can two walk together, unless they are agreed?
- Swimming Upstream
- The Church by John Calvin
- The End Times
- THE GOVERNMENT OF THE KINGDOM OF CHRIST by James Moir Porteous.
- The Philosophy of Christian Ministry
- Grace and the Law are not Bitter Enemies- a Test for those who have an issue with law keeping
- Heresy Index
- Another Jesus by Jeffrey Brodsky
- Arminianism in the Pilgrimage of the Soul by John Murray
- Arminianism-Another Gospel by Rev. William MacLean M. A.
- Could one who resides in an Arminian setting be regenerate?
- Obadiah Sedgwick on “The Danger and Nature of Heresy”
- THE 11 BELIEFS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES WHEN THEY KNOCK AT THE DOOR-TGC
- The Arminian Heresy of Universal Atonement by Rev. Angus Stewart
- The Orthodox Presbyterian Church on the Heresy of Arminianism
- Whitfield’s letter to John Wesley
- Why Heresy Prospers by John W. Robbins
- Arminianism is Heresy!
- Heresy Index
- Nicholas Bownd on ‘Acts of Mercy and Necessity’.
- Outline for FPC resource page
- A LETTER OF ATHANASIUS, ON THE INTERPRETATION OF THE PSALMS
- A Catechism of Praise by Alexander Blaikie
- Additional responses from Pastor Daniel Kok on Exclusive Psalmody
- Church Councils on Exclusive Psalmody by Carlos Gonzalez
- Exclusive Psalmody and Singing Jesus’ Name by Daniel Kok
- Vetting the Trinity Hymnal for it’s aberrant writers of Hymns
- The Anathema’s from Trent on justification by faith alone
- The law of God
- The Puritans
- The Puritans Index
- George Gillespie
- Joseph Alleine
- List of the Puritans
- Richard Baxter
- Samuel Rutherford
- Thomas Boston
- Thomas Brooks
- Why You Should Read the Puritans by Joel Beeke
- William Ames
- William Perkins
- The Puritans Index
- The Regulative Principle of Worship
- The Regulative Principle of Worship Articles
- (un)Holy Days
- 25 Protestations against Christmas by Daniel Kok
- A Treatise on the Regulative Principle of Worship
- Anarchy in Worship by J. Begg
- Athanasius on the Interpretation of the Psalms
- Book review of Song’s of Zion by A. Brink
- Celebrating Christmass is a break in the Regulative Principle!
- Critique of Modern Religious Practices By Rocky A. Simbajon
- Divide it Among Yourselves by Bobby Phillips
- Exclusive Psalmody Explained and Defended: a compilation-data derived from the Facebook group, ‘Exclusive Psalmody’.
- Exclusive Psalmody or New Covenant Hymnody? By Lee Irons-reviewed by Andrew Cunningham
- Exclusive Psalms Radio
- From Sabbath to Lord’s Day by A. A. Hodge
- G. I. Williamson on Exclusive Psalmody
- Headcoverings by V. Ohlman
- Hodge on the Elements of the Lord’s Supper
- Holy Days?
- Hymn Writers of the Church by WILBUR F. TILLETT, D.D., LL.D.
- Idol Worship
- Inconsistencies in Worship
- Is headcovering Biblical by D. Silversides
- J. G. Vos, “The Observance of Days,”
- More on the Regulative Principle of Worship
- Our Own Hymn Book Versus God’s Own Hymn Book by Rev. Angus Stewart
- Private and Family Worship
- Psalmody Objections Answered: Paraphrases By Richard Bacon
- Public Worship to be Preferred before Private
- Reformed quotes against the Celebration of Christmas
- Scriptural Praise: The Case for Exclusive Psalmody by Martyn McGeown
- Should women keep silent?
- Some excerpts from Michael Bushells, ‘Song of Zion’
- Some quotes on proper songs to be sung in worship
- Terminology in the New Testament; an excerpt from Bushell’s Songs of Zion
- The Divine Right of Church Government by the London Provincial Assembly
- The Elements of Worship
- The Lord’s Supper
- The Meaning of “Psalms” in the Context of the Westminster Standards by C. Coldwell
- The Metrical Psalter by Wikipedia
- The OPC on ‘Song in the Public Worship of God’.
- The Puritan Preface to the Psalms in Metre
- The Regulative Principle Applied to Church Government by Thornwell
- The Regulative Principle by C. Matthew McMahon
- The Regulative Principle of Worship by G. I. Williamson
- The Regulative Principle of Worship by Greg Price
- The Regulative Principle: Worship, Psalm Singing and Grape Juice
- The Sabbath/Lord’s day are not at odds with each other
- The Scottish Metrical Psalter of 1635
- The Scriptural Regulative Principle of Worship by G. I. Williamson
- The Two Babylons by Alexander Hislop
- What About Hymns?
- What Does Church History Teach on Head Coverings? by Greg Price
- When Does the Lord’s day Begin?
- When the bell rings
- Why We Sing Old Testament Psalms by Daniel Hyde
- Women and Ministry by Bret McAtee
- Worship Wars
- WORSHIP: THE REGULATIVE PRINCIPLE OF WORSHIP IN HISTORY by Dr. Reg Barrow (1991)
- The Regulative Principle of Worship Articles
- The Regulative Principle of Worship
- The Singing of Psalms in the Worship of God by G. I. Williamson
- Topical Resource Library
- Various Libraries
- Wine or Grape Juice?
- Contact Us
- 5 Points of Calvinism by Dabney
- 5 Solas
- A Paper on Jonathan Edwards’ Books, ‘Religious Affections and Freedom of the Will’.
- A Response to Free Will
- Act, Declaration, & Testimony
- Additional passages related to Predestination
- An abstract and overview of 3 selected works of Thomas Brooks
- Baptism-arguments from both sides of the fence
- Christian Suffering
- Common Grace?
- Decisional Regeneration by James Adams
- Defending the Word of God
- Ethics; The Law of God
- Grace according to Westminster
- Is God the Author of Confusion?
- Is Grace Common?
- Is sanctification in Christ’s saints monergistic or synergistic?
- Is the New Testament Pastor a Prophet?
- Justification by Grace – Spurgeon
- Laws on Chastity, Sabbath and Idolatry-from A Code of Jewish Law by Ganzfried and Goldin
- On Christian Modesty
- On the Law of God
- Our Life in Christ
- Our Mission in Christ
- Purpose of the Law-To Reveal our Sin by Reverend Larry Bray
- Sanctity of Life
- Scriptures on the Doctrine of Election
- Self-Love and the Issue of Masturbation
- Sexual Purity
- Sin is not Relative
- Some additional interactions refuting independent preaching on the street
- Summary of Act’s chapter 10 and the salvation of Cornelius
- The Bible and Alcoholic Beverages by Greg L. Price
- The Creation Account
- The Doctrine of the Trinity
- The Doctrines of Repentance and Justification
- The Effects of Sin
- The Fall
- The Fractured Church Family
- The Great Omission
- The Parable of Perseverance
- The RPC on Covenanters and Politics
- The Ten Commandments
- The Tithe
- The Weak and the Strong by John Murray (1898-1975)
- Theological Definitions relative to the Great Commission
- Truth’s Victory over Error by David Dickson
- TULIP; The Synod Of Dordt
- What compelled God to choose the elect?
- What Happens to Infants Who Die in Infancy?
- What Ye Mean by R. Bacon- A study on Paedocommunion
- When the Morlocks Call
- Whosoever Will May Come. But What About Whosoever Won’t? by Richard Bacon
- Why I don’t attend movies produced by the world on the subject of the bible.
- Doctrines that are found in scripture by Good and Necessary Consequence and Inference
- Taming the Tongue
- The Mosaic Covenant is part of the Covenant of Grace
- Doctrines of Grace
- The Law of God
- A Psalm of Love by Tina Bushey
- A Thanksgiving Holiday Prayer
- BB Warfield on the Calvinist and Prayer
- How the Spirit Enables us to Pray by Thomas Boston
- John Calvin on Prayer
- Prayer is a blessing and to use it as common thing is a grave sin.
- Prayers of our Fathers
- The Lord’s Prayer by T. Watson
- The Gospel
- 4 Types of Confessors
- Former Muslims speak…..
- Letter to the Unsaved by Rev James Smith (1802-1862)
- The Ages to Come by Horatius Bonar
- The Good News
- The Gospel is not a New Testament Phenomenon
- The Sincere Free Offer of the Gospel in the Sum of Saving Knowledge by T. Fentiman
- The Treasure map by C. Matthew McMahon
- What is the Gospel-more here!
- The Free Offer of the Gospel; The External call of God
- A Gospel Plea to the Unregenerate
- Theology Proper
- Coffee in, Pontification Out.
- Men of God
- A.W. Pink
- Abraham Kuyper
- Albert Martin
- Brian Schwertley
- Christopher Love
- Erroll Hulse
- Francis Nigel Lee
- Francis Nigel Lee Index
- Baby Belief Before Baptism by F.N. Lee
- Baptism Does Not Cleanse by F. N. Lee
- BE FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH TO YOUR CHRISTIAN BAPTISM’S GOD! F. N. Lee
- Biblical Ministries for Women by F. N. Lee
- Calvin on Baptism by F.N. Lee
- CALVIN ON THE IRREPEATABILITY OF TRIUNE BAPTISM by F. N. Lee
- CALVIN ON THE VALIDITY OF ‘ROMISH’ BAPTISM by F. N. Lee
- CALVINISM VERSUS ‘CHRISTENING’ by F. N. Lee
- CATABAPTISM IN THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN AMERICA by F. N. Lee
- Dying Saved in Infancy by F. N. Lee
- From Circumcision to Baptism by F. N. Lee
- Have You Been Neglecting Your Baby? F.N. Lee
- Letters on Baptism by F. N. Lee
- Luther and Lutheranism’s anti-rebaptistic Anti-Anabaptism by F. N. Lee
- Luther on Baptism by F. N. Lee
- Nigel Lee on Owen’s Congregationalism
- NO REBAPTISMS IN ACTS 18:24 THROUGH 19:7 by F. N. Lee
- Rebaptism is Sin by F. N. Lee
- Revealed to Babies by F. N. Lee
- Review of Thornwell’s The Validity of the Baptism of the Church of Rome
- Sprinkling is Scriptural by F. N. Lee
- The Anabaptists and their Stepchildren – F.N. Lee
- The Essence of Sabbath Keeping by F. N. Lee
- The Repudiation of Anabaptism by F. N. Lee
- The Sins of Adult Rebaptism
- Who May Baptize by F. N. Lee
- Francis Nigel Lee Index
- Francis Turretin
- Gordon Clark
- John Bunyan
- John Calvin
- John Gerstner
- John Knox by Beiro
- John Owen
- Jonathan Edwards
- Jonathan Edwards Index
- Loraine Boettner
- Luther by Beiro
- Semper Reformanda by Michael Horton
- Thomas Watson
- William Tyndale by Beiro
- Presbyterianism Index
- 13 Differences Between the PCA and the PCUSA by Andy Webb
- A Credo hermeneutic vs a Presbyterian one
- A TESTIMONY AGAINST THE UNFOUNDED CHARGES OF ANABAPTISM by Greg Price
- Broad Churchism by Dabney
- Can Baptists Be Reformed? Is this a contradiction in terms?
- A CONTEMPORARY REFORMED DEFENSE OF INFANT BAPTISM by Dr. R. Scott Clark
- On Paedo Baptism and presumption
- On the Serious Consequences of Withholding Baptism from the Infants of Christians
- Quotes from the Fathers of the faith on paedobaptism
- The Faith of Infants by Francis Turretin
- The Sacramental Principle: Infant Baptism by W. Cunningham
- Various authors on the defense of Paedo Baptism
- Why Does the Orthodox Presbyterian Church Baptise Infants?
- William Gouge on Infant Baptism
- Presbyterian Federal Holiness by Reverend Jerrold Lewis
- Quotes on behalf of Presuming on your covenant child
- The Apostolic Church Which Is It? by Dr. Thomas Witherow
- THE FORM OF PRESBYTERIAL CHURCH-GOVERNMENT.
- The Whole is Greater than the Sum of it’s Parts
- Various quotes on 1 Cor 7:14
- What is Presbyterianism by Charles Hodge
- Zacharias Ursinus (1534-1583) on Infant Baptism and Circumcision
- An outline on the Distinctives of Presbyterianism
- Presbyterianism Index
- Historic Documents, Creeds and Confessions
- 10,000 will not vote
- 1788 Revision to the Westminster Confession by Lee Irons
- 3 Forms of Unity
- A Brief and Untechnical Statement of the Reformed Faith B.B. Warfield
- A few differences in emphasis, structure, and content of the major creeds, confessions and historic church documents
- A Plea for Creeds by R. Hanko
- A REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN Testimony against the U.S. Constitution, And the Moral Evils thereof.
- A Specimen of Divine Truth by Abraham Hellenbroek
- A TESTIMONY AND WARNING AGAINST SOME PREVAILING SINS
- All of the Bible Commentaries of the Scottish Covenanters
- American Revisions to the Westminster Confession of Faith
- Apostle’s Creed
- Calvin’s Catechism
- Calvin’s Confession
- Canon of Dordt
- Church Order of Dordt
- Commentaries on the Westminster Confession of faith
- Creeds and why we need them by A. A. Hodge
- Creeds, Confessions and What not
- First National Reformation in Scotland, Confession of Faith 1560
- Heidelberg Catechism
- History of Westminster; Timeline Summary of Events by Hetherington
- How to Love Confessionalists by Lane Keister
- In Defense of Creedalism by Ken Gentry
- Jus Divinum; Chapters 1-7
- Lex Rex by S. Rutherford Questions 1-10
- List of the Westminster Divines
- London Baptist Confession of 1689
- Luther’s 95 Theses
- On the Duty of Covenanting and the Permanent Obligations of Religious Covenants by William Roberts
- Orthodox Presbyterian Church, Book of Church Order
- Synod of Dordt
- THE CONFESSION OF FAITH OF THE KIRK OF SCOTLAND
- The 2nd Book of Discipline-1578
- The 39 Articles
- The Belgic Confession
- The Creeds and Doctrinal advance by G. Machen
- The Definition of the Council of Chalcedon (451 A.D.)
- The Directory for Family Worship
- The Directory for the Publick Worship of God
- The Millenary Petition to King James I
- The Precisionists-A Seminary Paper on the Reformation leading up to the Puritans
- The Reformers on Who is the Antichrist
- The Second Covenant of Scotland @ Perth-1559
- The Second Helvetic Confession
- The Solemn League and Covenant
- The Sum of Saving Knowledge
- The WCF 1647 vs the Newer Translations
- The Westminster Confession of Faith
- To the Christian Reader, Especially the Head of Families
- Westminster Confession of Faith 1686 w/ Scripture References for each chapter
- Westminster Larger Catechism
- Westminster Shorter Catechism
- What is Catechism by Z. Ursinus
- When Westminster Standards used the term, ‘Psalms’, they meant Psalms only!