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Author(s): Ryan M. McGraw
Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
Price: $2.99        Buy Now!

“The Foundation of Communion with God” introduces readers to the trinitarian piety of John Owen (1616–1683). Ryan McGraw’s introduction to Owen sketches the major events of this important theologian’s life and shows how his circumstances shaped his thought on the themes of the Trinity and public worship. The second part of the book presents forty-one brief selections from Owen’s writings that trace his thoughts on knowing God as triune, Scripture and worship, heavenly-mindedness, and covenant and church.
Appendixes provide readers with a chronological list of Owen’s writings and a guide to them for those who wish to delve deeper into Owen’s writings.

Endorsements:
“Imagine being invited to a feast prepared by a great chef, but you have no experience with exquisite foods. Now, someone trained in the culinary arts wants you to appreciate what is before you. He explains the various dishes and then brings you a sample of each to whet your appetite. By the end, you are satisfied, yet hungry for more. This is what we have here, thanks to Ryan McGraw, who has ably introduced and edited this anthology of insights from John Owen’s many volumes. Prepare to be fed by master chef Owen and by your guide McGraw. Enjoy.” — Kelly M. Kapic, author of Communion with God: The Divine and Human in the Theology of John Owen

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Author(s):  Ryan M. McGraw
Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
Price: $2.99        (Sept 21-22)
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This book explores the Westminster Confession of Faith’s claim that “there is no ordinary possibility of salvation” outside of the church by asking what it means, whether it is biblical, and why it is important. The author concludes that the Westminster Confession rightly stresses the role of the church in bringing people to salvation without making this claim absolute. We should love the church because Christ loved it and gave Himself for it. He died for the church so that we might live in and with it. Let us study this subject with our Bibles in our hands, the Spirit in our hearts, prayer on our lips, and our forefathers helping us along.

“Among the many teachings of Scripture that the Protestant Reformation recovered was a right understanding of the importance of the church to the Christian life. In The Ark of Safety, Ryan McGraw deftly reacquaints us with the rich heritage of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Reformed reflection on the church and rehearses its biblical foundations with clarity. I warmly recommend this book to any reader who wants to know better what the Bible says about the ‘apple of [God’s] eye’ (Zech 2:8).”
—Guy Prentiss Waters, James M. Baird, Jr. Professor of New Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, Mississippi

“For many years I have sought a theologically reliable, reader-friendly, and imminently practical work to address the vital relationship between ‘the roll called up yonder’ and the local church. My search has come to a delightful halt. In this brief treatment, Ryan McGraw expertly crafts persuasive answers to the pressing questions concerning personal faith and church membership. As he compellingly contends, every true believer is not only of the church invisible but must be in the visible church visibly! May our church rolls increasingly reflect the roll to be called up yonder!”
—David B. Garner, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and Vice President for Advancement, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia


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Kregel: Spurgeon’s Daily Treasures in the Psalms: Selections from the Classic Treasury of David by Roger Campbell vs. Encountering God in the Psalms by Michael E. Travers
Crossway: Church History: A Crash Course for the Curious by Christopher Catherwood vs. Rediscovering the Church Fathers: Who They Were and How They Shaped the Church by Michael A. G. Haykin
New Leaf: The Darwin Effect by Jerry Bergman vs. The Dark Side of Charles Darwin by Jerry Bergman
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Reformation Heritage: The Ark of Safety: Is There Salvation Outside of the Church? (Explorations in Reformed Confessional Theology) by Ryan M. McGraw  vs. Doctrine in Development: Johannes Piscator and Debates over Christ’s Active Obedience by Herber Carlos de Campos Jr.


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Christ Glory Your GoodAuthor(s): Ryan M. McGraw
Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
Price: $2.99       Buy Now!

The gospel of Jesus Christ is intimately bound up with the glory of Christ Himself. Moreover, all of the major themes of Christian theology are vitally informed by the person and work of our glorious Lord. Aware of these connections, Ryan McGraw gives us a big-picture view of the gospel that begins with the eternal plan of salvation, moves through the covenants of works and of grace, traces every stage of Christ’s incarnation and work, and concludes with His reign in the church. Throughout the book, careful attention is given to the importance of the Trinitarian nature of God and the believer’s union with Christ. Here is a call to faith in and fellowship with Jesus, demonstrating how the glory of Christ is truly the best news anyone can embrace.

Table of Contents:
Preface: Why does the Glory of Jesus Christ Matter?
1. The Eternal Christ
2. The Christ of Genesis 3:15
3. The Incarnate Christ
4. The Obedient Christ
5. The Suffering Christ
6. The Resurrected Christ
7. The Exalted Christ
8. The Reigning Christ

Author:
Ryan M. McGraw is the pastor of First Orthodox Presbyterian Church, Sunnyvale, California. He is married to Krista, and they have three sons.

Endorsement
“It is a pleasure for me to commend warmly Ryan McGraw’s latest book, Christ’s Glory, Your Good. John Owen (whose works McGraw ‘relishes,’ to use an Owen word) wrote, ‘He who discerns not the glory of God in the person of Christ . . . is an unbeliever.’ McGraw introduces us to the biblical teaching on Christ’s glory in an accessible, yet deeply challenging way. He is persuaded, as every Christian pastor should be, that studying the glory of Christ, as it is revealed in Holy Scripture, is an elevating, challenging, and transformative experience. McGraw has the ability, born of much study and personal acquaintance with Christ’s glory, to set before us the multifaceted richness of the Savior’s glory, as God the Son and as the God-man. in an age of shallow devotional theology, read McGraw and have your spiritual sinews fi rst stretched and then deeply nourished. I will be buying a number of copies to give out in my own congregation.” — Ian Hamilton, Minister of Cambridge Presbyterian Church, Cambridge, UK



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