Best Baptist Christianity Books

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1. Spurgeon's Sermons

Author: by C. H. Spurgeon
4328 pages

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A wealth of life-changing words from the Prince of Preachers, Charles Spurgeon! This handsome set features over 250 of Spurgeon’s finest sermons. This comprehensive collection also includes indexes of texts and subjects, so you can easily find what he had to say on a particular verse or topic.

An invaluable resource deserving a place in every serious Bible student’s library.

2. The Pastor's Manual

Author: by James R. Hobbs
253 pages

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Suggestions for performing the various tasks as a pastor. Includes vital information and examples for all types of services and ceremonies.

3. Wholehearted: A Coloring Book Devotional, Premium Edition (Devotionals for Women)

Author: by Jordan Lee Dooley
Blue Star Press
144 pages

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Embark on a 30-day journey to study Scripture and embrace creativity! In this new, spiral-bound edition of Wholehearted: A Coloring Book Devotional, Jordan Lee of Soul Scripts leads a guided devotional with love and encouragement for anyone who wants to connect with the Bible, paired with Whitney Farnsworth’s exquisite illustrations and inspirational coloring images to help you shape this journal into a work of beauty and devotion.

This beautifully illustrated and enthusiastically guided daily journal invites you to embrace a wholehearted connection, study, and engagement with the Word. Wholehearted features: 30 days of guided study and adult coloring illustrations Original design to engage creatively and beautifully with the Bible through inspirational Scripture lessons and soothing patterns Gold spiral binding and thick paper Bonus devotions and illustrationsBe bold, be beautiful, and be present with Wholehearted!

4. BY WHAT STANDARD?: God's World . . . God's Rules.

Author: by Tom Ascol
237 pages

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The book you hold in your hand contrasts this false religion with the true Christian faith. It is an attempt to flesh out some of the message found in the film By What Standard (available at www.Founders.Org). Contributors address a variety of topics, including vain philosophies, cultural Marxism, race, manhood, womanhood, sexuality, and justice.

These topics are set forth in the light of Scripture, providing insight into the times and how to live Christianly in them.Jared Longshore

5. The Baptist Confession of Faith 1689 (Pocket Puritans)

Author: by Various
128 pages

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Put forth by the elders and brethren of many congregations of Christians (baptized upon profession of their faith) in London and the country. With the heart man believeth unto righteousness, and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation, Rom.10:10.

This Confession was first printed in London for Benjamin Harris, to be sold at his shop at the Stationers Arms in Sweetings Rents, in Cornhill, near the Royal Exchange, 1677. Only minor alterations to spelling, punctuation and proof texts have been made by the editors of this Pocket Puritan gift edition.

This little volume is not issued as an authoritative rule, or code of faith, whereby you are to be fettered, but as an assistance to you in controversy, a confirmation in faith, and a means of edification in righteousness.’ C.H.SPURGEON

6. The Mystery of Christ, His Covenant, and His Kingdom

Author: by Samuel Renihan
228 pages

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What is this book good for? It establishes a clear linear understanding of the biblical text in its purpose of driving the reader to see how faithfully God executes His purpose in creation. The covenantal framework from Adam to Christ, from creation to consummation is a most apt way of seeing the flow of the entire biblical text.

One is lifted into the journey to see the entire scope of divine providence work out the divine decree from generation to generation, book to book, event to event, person to person.Tom Nettles

7. Unfollow: A Memoir of Loving and Leaving the Westboro Baptist Church

Author: by Megan Phelps-Roper
October 8, 2019

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The activist and TED speaker Megan Phelps-Roper reveals her life growing up in the most hated family in AmericaAt the age of five, Megan Phelps-Roper began protesting homosexuality and other alleged vices alongside fellow members of the Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kansas.

Founded by her grandfather and consisting almost entirely of her extended family, the tiny group would gain worldwide notoriety for its pickets at military funerals and celebrations of death and tragedy. As Phelps-Roper grew up, she saw that church members were close companions and accomplished debaters, applying the logic of predestination and the language of the King James Bible to everyday life with aplombwhich, as the church’s Twitter spokeswoman, she learned to do with great skill.

Soon, however, dialogue on Twitter caused her to begin doubting the church’s leaders and message: If humans were sinful and fallible, how could the church itself be so confident about its beliefs? As she digitally jousted with critics, she started to wonder if sometimes they had a pointand then she began exchanging messages with a man who would help change her life.

8. Dispensational Truth [with Full Size Illustrations], or God's Plan and Purpose in the Ages

Author: by Clarence Larkin
Martino Fine Books
336 pages

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2015 Reprint of the 1918 edition. Our edition reproduces the numerous illustrations, maps and charts in full size, so that all text is legible. Larkin believed that God laid it on his heart to prepare a work on Dispensational Truth (or God’s Plan and Purpose in the Ages), illustrated with many maps, charts and descriptive matter.

After more than three years efforts, mostly designing and drawing the charts and illustrations, the book was extremely well received in 1918 and remains to this day a much used spiritual guide. As a result of its success and wide circulation, the first edition was soon sold out, and subsequently followed by a second edition, and later, with a revised edition.

9. A Theology for the Church

Author: by Dr. Daniel L. Akin
B&H Academic
770 pages

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The revised edition of A Theology for the Church retains its original structure, organized under these traditional theological categories: revelation, God, humanity, Christ, the Holy Spirit, salvation, the church, and last things. Each chapter within these sections contains answers to the following four questions: What does the Bible say?

What has the church believed? How does it all fit together? How does this doctrine impact the church today? Contributions from leading Baptist thinkers R. Albert Mohler, Jr., Paige Patterson, and Mark Dever among others will also appeal to the broader evangelical community.

Included in this revision are new chapters on theological method from a missional perspective (Bruce Ashford and Keith Whitfield) and theology of creation, providence, and Sabbath that engages current research in science and philosophy (Chad Owen Brand). Chapters on special revelation (David Dockery) and human nature (John Hammett) have also been updated.

10. The Baptist Story: From English Sect to Global Movement

Author: by Dr. Anthony L. Chute
368 pages

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The Baptist Story is a narrative history spanning over four centuries of a diverse group of people living among distinct cultures on separate continents while finding their identity in Christ and expressing their faith as Baptists. Baptist historians Anthony Chute, Nathan Finn, and Michael Haykin highlight the Baptist transition from a despised sect to a movement of global influence.

Each chapter includes stories of people who made this history so fascinating. Although the emphasis is on the English-speaking world, The Baptist Story integrates stories of non-English-speaking Baptists, ethnic minorities, women, and minority theological traditions, all within the context of historic, orthodox Christianity.

This volume provides more than just the essential events and necessary names to convey the grand history. It also addresses questions that students of Baptist history frequently ask, includes prayers and hymns of those who experienced hope and heartbreak, and directs the reader’s attention to the mission of the church as a whole.

11. 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith & the Baptist Catechism

Author: by James Renihan
144 pages

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THIS IS THE PAPERBACK EDITION OF OUR DELUXE 1689 CONFESSION OF FAITHBOOK INCLUDES: Historical Introduction by Jim RenihanOriginal Letter to the ReaderThe Second London Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689Original Appendix on BaptismThe Baptist Catechism with Scripture Proofs

12. Plain Theology for Plain People (Lexham Classics)

Author: by Charles Octavius Boothe
160 pages

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Everyday Christians need practical and accessible theology. In this handbook first published in 1890, Charles Octavius Boothe simply and beautifully lays out the basics of theology for common people. Before the charge ‘know thyself,’ Boothe wrote, ought to come the far greater charge, ‘know thy God.’ He brought the heights of academic theology down to everyday language, and he helps us do the same today.

Plain Theology for Plain People shows that evangelicalism needs the wisdom and experience of African American Christians.Walter R. Strickland II reintroduces this forgotten masterpiece for today. Lexham Classics are beautifully typeset new editions of classic works. Each book has been carefully transcribed from the original texts, ensuring an accurate representation of the writing as the author intended it to be read.

13. Biblical Foundations for Baptist Churches: A Contemporary Ecclesiology

Author: by John S. Hammett
Kregel Academic
400 pages

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An updated examination of ecclesiology from a Baptist perspectiveIn this useful book, professor and former pastor John Hammett helps church leaders think through foundational questions about the nature of the church. Blending biblical teaching and practical ministry experience, Hammett presents a comprehensive ecclesiology from a historic Baptist perspective, examining crucial contemporary issues such as church discipline, the role of elders, and church ministry in a post-Christian culture.

This second edition contains updates throughout, including:Substantive changes to chapters on the nature of the church, Baptist church polity, and deaconsAn expanded chapter on baptism and the Lord’s SupperA thoroughly revised chapter on church models like multisite churches and missional churchesA brand-new chapter on meaningful church membership

14. A Rhyming Baptist Catechism: Based on Keach's Catechism (1689)

Author: by Tyler Scarlett
54 pages

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“Catechisms are a tool. They are a useful tool for placing big Bible truths into little minds.”Based on Benjamin Keach’s seventeenth century work, A Rhyming Baptist Catechism, uses updated wording and memorable rhymes to teach the ancient doctrines of the faith.

Children will have fun memorizing such rich truths as:Question 2Why did God make us? To glorify God, that is chief,And to enjoy Him through belief. Question 104What is the Lord’s Supper? We remember this afresh,Jesus’ blood and broken flesh,As the bread and cup we take,This is done for Jesus’ sake.

A Rhyming Baptist Catechism is perfect for use in children’s ministry, family worship, or homeschooling*. (*For a free Fill-in-the-Blank set of catechism worksheets, contact the author.

15. The Baptists (Denominations in America (Paperback))

Author: by William H. Brackney
176 pages

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A brief, narrative survey of the Baptists in North America over the last three and a half centuries, from their roots in Europe to their present manifestations in contemporary America and the world. The six chapters are organized around five distinctives historically important to Baptists: the Bible, the Church, the ordinances/sacraments, voluntarism, and religious liberty.

Concluding with a Chronology and extensive Bibliographic Essay, this is an ideal text for courses in Church History, North American Religious History, or American social and cultural history.

16. William Carey

Author: by S Pearce Carey
437 pages

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A beautifully produced biography of the ‘father of modern missions’. Peace Carey s compelling pages convey the very atmosphere of that extraordinary period of missionary advance. This life of Carey is structured around a series of remarkable events, always unplanned and unexpected, which opened the way to undreamed of achievements.

Carey and his colleagues overcame mountainous obstacles to become the most productive church planters and Bible translators of all time. No other work compares with this moving treatment.