Category: Roman Catholicism & Protestantism


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The Days of Knox

By: Alcock, Deborah (anonymously)

Price: £4.00

Publisher: London, T Nelson & Sons, 1869

. 520 pages. Later published as "Arthur Erskine's Story: A Tale of the Days of Knox". Cloth spine detached/tatty, internally shaken, spine coming unglued, one page has a piece torn out, including a few letters of the text. View more info

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A Response to the Doctrine Committee's Report on Agreements and Disagreements of Irish Presbyterians and Roman Catholics

By: Anon

Price: £1.00

Publisher: Glengormley, Campaign for Concerted Witness to Reformed Truth, 1989

. 10 x 4 page leaflets in folder. View more info

Lives of the British Reformers from Wickliff to Fox

By: Anon

Price: £9.50

Publisher: London, Religious Tract Society, 1850

. 504 pages plus catalogue. John Wickliff & his Disciples, Thomas Bilney, William Tindal, John Frith, Thomas Cranmer, Hugh Latimer, Queen Catherine Parr, King Edward VI, Thomas Becon, Miles Coverdale, Lady Jane Grey, George Wishart, John Knox, John Bale, Rowland Taylor, John Hooper, Nicholas Ridley, John Bradford, John Jewell, John Fox. Undated. View more info

Axioms of Separation

By: Ashbrook, John E

Price: £0.75

Publisher: Mentor, Ohio, USA, Here I Stand Books, 1995

. 30 pages. View more info

Monthly Record of the Protestant Evangelical Mission: No 702 New Series: July-Aug 1941

By: Banks, Samuel (ed)

Price: £1.50

Publisher: London, Protestant Evangelical Mission, 1941

. 17 pages. A magazine of Victorian appearance, issued by an organisation opposing Roman Catholicism, which was at the time of the publication of this issue a member of the United Protestant Council. The Protestant Evangelical Mission had started in the 1860s and become known through the work of the Irish itinerant lecturer and former Roman Catholic, William Murphy. View more info

A Treatise of the Pope's Supremacy: to which is added A Discourse Concerning the Unity of the Church

By: Barrow, Isaac; M'Crie, Thomas (editor)

Price: £38.50

Publisher: Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter, 1852

. xlii + 418 pages. Some (coloured) pencil marking and underlining, mainly to M'Crie's Introductory Essay and Barrow's Introduction. Isaac Barrow (1630-1677) was a professor of Greek and of Geometry. In later life he devoted himself to Divinity and was Master of Trinity College, Cambridge. His Treatise on the Pope's Supremacy was published posthumously. View more info

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New Delhi and After

By: Bendor-Samuel, Theodore Harold

Price: £0.55

Publisher: London, British Evangelical Council, 1963

. 13 pages. An examination of developments in the ecumenical movement. View more info

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The Christian Faith

By: Beza, Theodore; Clark, James (editor)

Price: £5.75

Publisher: Inverness, James Clark, 2016

. xii + 112 pages. A translation of Beza's Confession de Foi du Chrétien, based on the 1558 French edition, with later improvements taken from the author's own 1560 Latin edition. Theodore Beza (1519-1605) was a French Reformer who became colleague and successor to John Calvin at Geneva. Translation by James Clark, who is minister of the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) in Inverness. View more info

Martin Luther: The Great Reformer (Heroes of the faith)

By: Booth, Edwin Prince; Harmon, Dan (editor)

Price: £1.75

Publisher: Uhrichsville, Barbour Publishing, Incorporated, 1995

. 206 pages, good sized print, paper somewhat browned. View more info

The Reformers

By: Broome, John R

Price: £3.50

Publisher: Harpenden, Gospel Standard Baptist Trust Ltd, 1972

Edition: Second Edition

. 95 pages, chapters on John Wycliffe, John Huss, Martin Luther, John Calvin, Ulric Zwingli, and John Knox. Second edition of a book comprised of 1960s articles from the Friendly Companion. View more info

The History of the Reformation of the Church of England: Vol 2 (only, of 2)

By: Burnet, Gilbert

Price: £28.50

Publisher: London, William Smith, 1841

. vi + (693-864) + dviii pages, covers period 1535-1567 plus lengthy collection of records & original papers plus index. Spine missing, boards detached. Stamped "Withdrawn O.C.B. Library" and signed P. Misselbrook. View more info

The History of the Reformation of the Church of England: With the Collection of Records, and an Index: Set of 4 Volumes

By: Burnet, Gilbert; Nares, Edward (reviser)

Price: £95.00

Publisher: London, J F Dove, 1830

. xlviii + 592 + xxxv + 652 + xlviii + 543+ 622 pages, covers the reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary, and Elizabeth up to 1567 plus lengthy collection of records & original papers plus index. Front board of Vol 1 detached from leather spine and partially detached from internal spine. Spines discoloured. Light brown leather binding, gilt bands, marbled edges and endpapers. View more info

Tracts Relating to the Reformation: Volume 1 (only, of 3): With His Life by Theodore Beza

By: Calvin, John; Beveridge, Henry (trans); Beza, Theodore (life)

Price: £28.50

Publisher: Edinburgh, T & T Clark, 1860

. 352 pages, rebacked in black cloth. Otherwise in good condition. Life of Calvin by Beza; Letter of Sadolet to Senate and People of Geneva and Calvin's Reply; Articles agreed by the Paris Theology Faculty, with the Antidote; Necessity of Reforming the Church; Pope Paul III's Admonition to Charles V, with Remarks thereon; An Admonition showing the Advantages which Christendom might derive from an Inventory of Relics. View more info

InstituciĆ³n de la ReligiĆ³n Cristiana. (Set of 2)

By: Calvino, Jean

Price: £32.50

Publisher: Rijswijk, Fundación Editorial de Literatura Reformada, 1994

. xl + 622 + [10] + 640 pages. A reprint of the 1968 revision of Luis de Usoz y Rio's 1859 edition of Cipriano de Valera's translation of Calvin's Institutes into Spanish. View more info

Six Martyrs of the Scottish Reformation

By: Carslaw, William Henderson

Price: £14.50

Publisher: Paisley, Alexander Gardner, 1907

. 198 pages, edges unevenly cut and foxed. On Patrick Hamilton, George Wishart, Walter Myln, the Marquis of Argyll, James Guthrie, and Sir Archibald Johnston, Lord Warriston. Three appendices. View more info