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Meekness and Quietness of Spirit by Matthew Henry

posted Dec 10, 2017, 6:12 PM by Logan West

In conjunction with a class being taught at our church, we looked for this book in its unabridged form and almost invariably found the abridged version published by the American Tract Society. It misses Henry's omits in Hebrew, Greek and Latin, and also removes some of Henry's turns of phrase and pithiness. This version is complete and unabridged and also contains the sermon originally appended to it. Enjoy!

Keep it Holy! A Tract on the Sabbath Day by J. C. Ryle

posted Nov 13, 2017, 5:45 AM by Logan West

I don't think it's an exaggeration to say that this small tract may be one of the most important ebooks we've republished. Ryle's observations, pleadings, and warnings are just as relevant and poignant today as they were when he wrote them 150 years ago. This edition contains an excellent foreword by Dr Daniel Ritchie. It is available on the Kindle store, the Nook store, and the Kobo store.

All ebooks now on Kobo and Nook store

posted Nov 13, 2017, 5:39 AM by Logan West

In an effort to show a little support to people not tied to Amazon, we've published all our ebooks on the Nook and Kobo bookstore. 

Updated all Kindle Titles

posted Nov 6, 2017, 7:23 AM by Logan West

Some of the older titles we'd published looked pretty good, but I was never fully satisfied. I've now standardized the formatting in all of them and made some minor corrections. Unfortunately (or fortunately, if you've made lots of notes and highlights), Amazon will not push these updates unless they believe the original issues to be serious enough. I'm working to get the Westminster Standards update pushed to all customers as I believe the usability and formatting is vastly superior to the old version. Regardless, all new customers will have the updated versions going forward. Always reforming! 

Calvin's Sermons on Psalm 46 and 48

posted Nov 2, 2017, 5:52 AM by Logan West

I am very excited to announce this release. These sermons were originally translated into English in 1562 and since then have never been republished, yet they are among some of the most important sermons from the Reformer. For a long time the original manuscripts were believed to be lost. The last two sermons were eventually recovered but the first still only exists in this English translation.

The historical context which occasioned these sermons is really remarkable. In 1560 Geneva was under threat of attack from her enemies, with soldiers amassing and being stationed nearby. The alarm was sounded in Geneva on a Tuesday and the following Sunday Calvin broke from his regular series of preaching to preach these three sermons on Psalm 46, God's being our refuge, we will not be moved, God is in the midst of her, the Lord of Hosts is with us. This was no theoretical application of Scripture for Calvin: their enemies were nearly at the door! They are, as always, sincere, warm, and encouraging and we hope you'll enjoy them as much as we have. It is available on Amazon for $0.99, feel free to check out the rest of our catalogue as well.

I am making the PDF available for free a download. However, since we put a lot of work into providing it and would receive no financial benefit in this way, my stipulation is that a download constitutes a promise from you to actually read the sermons, not simply add them to a collection of files on a computer for possible future use. With that promise received, here is the file.

Bunyan's "Fear of God" ebook available

posted Jan 6, 2015, 5:44 AM by Logan West   [ updated Jan 13, 2015, 12:01 PM ]

In conjunction with a study our church went through, I created an ebook version of Bunyan's excellent treatment of "The Fear of God". It is available from Amazon for $0.99 and as always, even though it has been proofread and formatted, I appreciate any errors remaining being reported so they may be corrected.

Ryle's "Holiness" available

posted Oct 6, 2014, 6:03 AM by Logan West   [ updated Oct 18, 2014, 6:17 AM ]

I hadn't found a decent Kindle edition of Ryle's classic work on "Holiness" so I made my own, proofreading it and formatting it to my liking (but as always, if there are any mistakes found I would be glad to hear it so I can correct it). It is available on Kindle from Amazon for $0.99. Epub is available on request. May it bless you as it has us! 

Also, Calvin's Sermons on Titus for Kindle (the first updated edition since 1574) has been discounted to $2.99.

Calvin's Sermons on Titus

posted Oct 6, 2014, 5:58 AM by Logan West

I am excited to announce that my wife and have have transcribed and published Calvin's Sermons on Titus. This has previously been only available in the facsimile 1574 edition published by Banner of Truth, which contained inconsistent and archaic spelling, typeface, words, etc. We have aimed to be faithful to the this early English translation but have standardized spelling, capitalization, entered some footnotes, and altered punctuation to be more consistent. This is surprisingly readable even after nearly 450 years.

Currently available on Kindle, but could be changed to other formats on request.

Free ebook

posted Nov 16, 2012, 6:03 AM by Logan West

One of the books I read recently was "The Iron Heel" by Jack London. I certainly do not agree with the all the views in the book yet I find it relevant and interesting as a dystopian novel. All the versions I saw on Amazon were terribly formatted so I made my own and submitted it as a public domain work. Unfortunately Amazon believes it is not differentiated enough from their already free version (terrible formatting). So they won't accept it.

Therefore, I am offering it to you for free here.

Westminster Standards for Kindle

posted Nov 16, 2012, 5:53 AM by Logan West   [ updated Nov 16, 2012, 5:54 AM ]

I've branched out a little into the ebook world, partially because there were things that I wanted for my newly acquired Kindle that weren't available. One of these was the Westminster Confession of Faith. I had a nice hardbound copy with everything you could want, but the only things available for the Kindle was either just the shorter catechism, just the confession, etc. and none of the proof texts, bad formatting, etc.

I decided to make my own. I started with what Michael Quillen and the folks at had done (with permission) and ended up with this. It was a lot of work but I'm happy with the result. If there are any corrections or suggestions, I'd be happy to hear them.

Check out the catalog page for purchasing information.

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