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button The Banner of Truth Trust
My all-time favorite publisher, the company that has done more than any other to bring some of the most valuable Puritan-Style Reformed works (and even a few classic Baptist authors) back into print for my generation.

button Books On-line
A very large index of on-line books and e-texts of all kinds.

button ChristianBook.com
One of the largest mail-order discount book sources.

button Christian Classics Ethereal Library
Harry Plantinga's marvelous and growing collection of Christian classics. Be sure to read John Owen on Justification by Faith, a long but very worthwhile study.

button CFP Web
Christian Focus Publications, a Scottish publisher with some pretty good books.

button Cumberland Valley Bible Book Service
A terrific source for Puritan and Reformed works at a great discount.

button Dust and Ashes Publications
An excellent source of evangelical used and antiquarian books (and collectibles).

button Grace & Truth Books
The place to go on the Web for solid books. You'll find helpful reviews and book summaries, a great selection of excellent but hard-to-find works, lots of material for children, families, educators, and pastors. Great prices, too.

button Grace Books International
My home church's book shop.

button Greatsite.com
A source for rare Bibles and other collectors' items.

button The Internet Classics Archive
A searchable archive of several hundred classical Greek and Roman texts (in English translation) complete with commentary, provided by MIT.

button Naphtali Press
Since 1987, Naphtali have been responsible for bringing back some fine Presbyterian and Reformed works that were nearly forgotten—especially works of the 17th-century Scottish Puritans.

button The Northampton Press
Don Kistler's project, resurrecting priceless hard-to-find and out-of-print Puritan works and other Reformed gems.

button Reformation Heritage Books
A Grand Rapids-based non-profit organization, formed for the sole purpose of disseminating sound Christian literature world-wide. All proceeds from the sale of books are returned to the fund for the publication of Reformed material.

button Still Waters Revival Books
A good source for Puritan and Reformed works. Also many fine bound photocopy reprints of otherwise unavailable books. [Caution: I cannot endorse some of the doctrinal positions represented by those who sponsor this site. Also, many of the modern works posted here attack other Presbyterians and Calvinists with an overtly censorious tone that borders on being pugnacious.]

button Tentmaker Publications
Phil Roberts publishes some superb books in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. Here you'll find the complete works of Thomas Boston and Ebenezer Erskine in quality hardcover editions, well worth the price. Other gems include a 3-volume history of the Dissenters in Britain, a couple of Puritan histories, and several superb resources on Welsh evangelicalism.

button Tentmaker Publications
Wipf & Stock started out as reprinters of obscure titles, and they still do a lot of that. They've done several really good ones and many not so good. My copy of Cardinal Newman's work on Arianism, and my copy of Kuiper's For Whom Did Christ Die? are both Wipf & Stock products. The reprints are usually generic-looking paperbacks and sometimes they are a little pricey, but there are some real treasures here. Note: My impression is that Wipf & Stock's founders were somewhat enamored with neo-orthodoxy, and (naturally) they are sypathetic to post-modern/post-evangelical trends as well. So I think you're likely to find much better stuff in their reprint list than you will in the new-release catalogue.

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