Reformed Book Outlet Newsletter
March - 2018
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Reformed Book Outlet is once again running this special for the month of March!
With a purchase of $35.00 or more (before tax) of anything in the store, you may choose a Protestant Reformed Psalm Singing Choir CD ($10.00 value) at no cost. Each Psalm Singing Choir CD contains different Psalter numbers. These are the CDs which were originally called the 'Fitting Praises' CDs.
We are still offering several New Testamemt commentaries by Hendriksen/Kistemaker at 50% off retail. These commentaries have gone out of print, so get them while you can.
Matthew Mark Luke I Corinthians II Corinthians Revelation
**30% off retail on all these wonderful children's biographies by Simonetta Carr**
(all notes - quoted or paraphrased - are from the publisher)
"The Christian Biographies for Young Readers introduce children to important people in the Christian tradition. The quality of the publication and the artwork make each volume a keepsake for generations to come.
"Simonetta Carr...will inspire young readers to live for Christ, contra mundum, against the world. Every family should read these books." - Douglas Bond
John Calvin Carr introduces Calvin's writings in a way that children will desire to know more about his ministry and influence...They will also have a glimpse of life in sixteenth-century Europe, stricken by pestilence, poverty, and wars.
Augustine of Hippo Readers will see the difficult days in which Augustine lived, learning about his disputes with false teachers and the turbulent times during the fall of the Roman Empire. This volume is vividly illustrated, simply written, and full of interesting facts. It is written for young readers, but is sure to capture the interests of the whole family.
John Owen Simonetta Carr informs readers about Owen's life, revealing some of the things that interested him while in school, the care he showed to people when he became a pastor, and the influential books that he wrote. Readers will also come to understand the difficult times in which Owen lived, and how he handled the terrors of war and religious persecution.
Athanasius Athanasius, bishop of Alexandria, is best remembered as the Father of Orthodoxy, upholding the doctrine of the Trinity against the Arian heresy. Athanasius provides an example of godly faithfulness. Beautiful illustrations and a winsome, simply written narrative will bring the Nicene Creed to life for children of all ages, prompting relevant discussions on the divinity of Christ and the importance of creeds and confessions.
Lady Jane Grey Lady Jane Grey has been admired for generations for her courage and faithfulness to the gospel - even though she was executed for treason at the age of sixteen. Maps, photographs, and beautiful illustrations help young readers visualize what life was like in sixteenth-century England. More importantly, they will learn the story of an extraordinary young girl who understood that she was saved only by the mercy of God and the merits of the blood of Jesus Christ.
Jonathan Edwards Simonetta Carr traces the events of Edwards's life from a young student interested in science to husband and father, pastor, leader of the Great Awakening, missionary, writer, and college president. Colorful illustrations, interesting facts, and a compelling story combine to introduce young readers to this important theologian and life in colonial America. Young and old readers will learn much from her work. It is a delight to read!
Marie Durand In 1730, nineteen-year-old Marie Durand was arrested and taken from her home in a village in Southern France for the crime of having a brother who was a Protestant preacher. Marie would spend the next thirty-eight years imprisoned in the Tower of Constance. She could have recanted her Protestant faith and gained release, but held fast to the truth. Beautiful illustrations and interesting facts acquaint young readers with the challenges facing Protestants in eighteenth-century France and show them that even a life spent in prison can be lived in service to Christ and to others.
Martin Luther Simonetta Carr tells the compelling story of this father of the Protestant Reformation, tracing his quest for peace with God, his lifelong heroic stand for God's truth, and his family life and numerous accomplishments. The Reformer's greatest accomplishment, she writes, "has been his uncompromising emphasis on the free promise of the gospel."
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