After Darkness Light by R. C. Sproul

The five points of Calvinism and five "solas" of the Reformation are hallmarks of a Reformed understanding of Scripture. In this refreshing exploration of those truths, ten prominent contributors pay tribute to R.C. Sproul, whose name is virtually synonymous with these treasured Reformed directives.

Charismatic Chaos by John MacArthur

One of the best books dealing with Charismatic issues, MacArthur has provided the body of Christ with a biblical response to the contemporary debate over spiritual gifts, the health and wealth gospel, the faith movement, miracles, healing, and prophecy in the church. Teaching with sound hermeneutics, MacArthur lays down Scripture’s view. ~GBI Books

God’s Lesser Glory by Bruce Ware

Open theism, which denies that God can foreknow free human choices, dishonors God, distorts Scripture, damages faith, and if left unchecked, destroys churches and lives. Its errors are not peripheral but central. Therefore, I thank God for Bruce Ware’s loving, informed, penetrating, devastating critique of this profoundly injurious teaching. —John Piper Senior Pastor, Bethlehem Baptist Church

Our Accountability to God by A. W. Pink

The origin of sin has been a question asked by most new Christians, and in what way does affect their new life. A.W. Pink answers these questions in this classic work, thoroughly expounding the areas of man’s depravity and impotence. You will gain a sound biblical theology with powerful implications for evangelizing the unsaved! ~GBI Books

Still Sovereign by Bruce Ware & Thomas R. Schreiner

 This work was previously published as a two volume set called The Grace of God, the Bondage of the Will. A collection of 14 articles by noted scholars and pastors in the reformed tradition affirm the doctrines of election, grace, assurance, perseverance and sovereignty. ~GBI Books

Systematic Theology: Biblical & Historical by Robert Culver

Systematic Theology’ by Robert Duncan Culver, a distinguished student of Scripture and an eleventh generation descendent of a Puritan who arrived on American shores in 1635, represents the labor of a lifetime. This theological resource proves to be thoroughly biblical, soundly orthodox, and eminently readable. Thus, it receives my warm commendation to those who love and cherish God’s Word.”—Richard L. Mayhue, Executive Vice President, The Master’s College and Seminary

Systematic Theology by Wayne Grudem

Although Grudem is Charismatic and holds some odd views, this work is still a good resource. He includes topics not found in older works and shows keen research. Each chapter has study questions, a devotional hymn and references to the other major works. ~GBI Books

The Apostolic Preaching of the Cross by Leon Morris

This book is on its third revision, yet remains a standard textbook for pastors and students. Essentially it is a word study of the key terms used in salvation like blood, redemption, reconciliation, and justification. Definitely on the heavy side, but worth the effort. ~GBI Books

The Cross and Salvation by Bruce Demarest

"The Cross and Salvation contains twelve chapters packed with data and documentation of skillfully blended historical interpretations, in-depth biblical exposition, and practical implications. Demarest provides a stimulating and thought-provoking treatment of the major points in soteriology." — Dr. Trevor Craigen, Associate Professor of Theology, The Master's Seminary

The Doctrine of Justification by James Buchanan

“When justification falls, all true knowledge of the grace of God in human life falls with it, and then as Luther said, the church itself falls…This is still the best textbook on its subject…” ~J. I. Packer

The Existence and Attributes of God by Stephen Charnock

Perhaps the best work on the topic in print, if not the largest, this book remains a favorite for pastors and those desiring to know God better. ~GBI Books

The Healing Promise by Richard Mayhue

The Healing Promise is a clear and comprehensive survey of what Scripture teaches concerning God’s divine healing. This must-read book answers key questions like: Does God heal today? Are faith healers for today? Why are some people healed and others not? How should I respond and pray when I am afflicted with physical suffering? You will also find this book to be a trustworthy resource for counseling others. -Nick Amatuccio

The Nature of God by A. W. Pink

I’m very grateful for this fine new edition of Arthur Pink’s classic work on the Attributes of God. It is surely the finest work on the subject written in this century. Pink, whose works were never superficial or trite, did some of his best work in this superb and timeless volume. — John MacArthur, Pastor-Teacher, Grace Community Church

The New Covenant Ministry of the Holy Spirit by Larry D. Pettegrew

One of the most difficult areas of biblical theology is that of how the ministry of the Holy Spirit differs from the Old Testament to the New Testament…. [Pettegrew] will certainly give all readers much to provoke them to a deeper and better understanding of what God's Word teaches about this vital subject. —John MacArthur Pastor-Teacher, Grace Community Church

The Providence of God by Paul Helm

Part of the Contours of Christian Theology series, this volume tackles the issues of God’s sovereignty and responds to the current debate over the “openness” of God. Topics include prayer, risk, the problem of evil, and man’s response to God’s providence. ~GBI Books

Understanding Spiritual Gifts by Robert Thomas

Currently, there is much controversy concerning the role of spiritual gifts. First Corinthians 12-14 is focal point of the debate. Dr. Thomas, noted professor at The Master’s Seminary, helps the reader weed through this difficult passage. After reading this book, you’ll know how spiritual gifts should operate within the church.-Nick Amatuccio