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Ordering Information

For more information about a book or to order it, click on its title. Some of the books can be read on-line in English. Some can be read on-line in whole or in part in other languages.

Postage on all orders within the UK is only 10% of the total order, unless otherwise stated. For postage costs to addresses outside the UK, please contact Mary Stewart (7 Lislunnan Road, Kells, Ballymena, Co. Antrim, BT42 3NR, Northern Ireland) on 0044 28 25 891851 or by e-mail.

Make cheques payable to "COVENANT PROTESTANT REFORMED CHURCH" (not just "CPRC"). Sorry, we do not take credit/debit card payments, due to the expense of installing and maintaining these facilities, for ours is only a small, church-based bookstore.

If you would like a free copy of one of our books for a review to be published in a magazine or journal, please contact Rev. Stewart.

The CPRC Bookstore includes books published by the Reformed Free Publishing Association (RFPA) in Michigan, USA. Those from North America are advised to purchase directly from the RFPA's website.

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Church History

Portraits of Faithful Saints

Portraits of Faithful Saints
Herman Hanko 
  (450 pp. Hardback, £22.00, Read on-line)

Inspiring and instructive biographies of over 50 saints from the 1st to the 20th century including Augustine, Patrick, Alcuin, Bernard of Clairvaux, Beza, de Bres, Tyndale, Ames and Gresham Machen.

On-line translations: Burmese, Filipino, German and Portuguese.
To read this as an e-book in Portuguese, click here.

Author interview video

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Contending for the Faith

Contending for the Faith   
Herman Hanko   (392 pp. Hardback, £15.00)

A companion to Portraits of Faithful Saints, Contending for the Faith presents the history of heretics from AD 100 to the present, demonstrating the connection between heresies of long ago and those attacking the Reformed faith today, and calling us to "earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints" (Jude 3).

On-line translation: Portuguese.

Author interview video

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The Sixteenth-Century Reformation of the Church

The Sixteenth-Century Reformation of the Church
edited by David Engelsma   (200 pp. Softback, £7.00)

Twenty-five articles on the Protestant Reformation dealing with its central characters and doctrines. Stirring stuff!

On-line translations: German, Italian and Portuguese.

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Always Reforming

Always Reforming
edited by David Engelsma   (318 pp. Softback, £9.00)

This superb book traces the continuing reformation in the Netherlands in the 17th and 19th centuries and in the Protestant Reformed Churches in North America in the twentieth century. Of great value to all seeking church reformation in our day!

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The Revival of 1859

The Revival of 1859
William Hamilton
   (297 pp. Softback, £4.00)

The untold story of the 1859 revival in Ireland. A revealing critique by a local minister of the time, packed with penetrating analysis in the light of the Scriptures and the Westminster Standards.

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A Watered Garden

A Watered Garden
Gertrude Hoeksema   (416 pp. Hardback, £7.50)

A brief history of the Protestant Reformed Churches tracing the denomination's roots, birth and development.

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For Thy Truth's Sake

For Thy Truth's Sake
Herman Hanko
   (567 pp. Hardback, £27.00)

Traces the roots of the PRC in the Netherlands and the Christian Reformed Church, before treating its development of the truths of miracles, revelation, Scripture, particular grace, the covenant, marriage, etc. Includes 23 pages of newspaper cuttings, photos, etc., significant for PRC history.

On-line translation: Italian.

Author interview video 

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Ready to Give an Answer

Ready to Give an Answer
Herman Hoeksema & Herman Hanko
   (238 pp. Hardback, £16.00)

Written in a question and answer format, this book is a "catechism" on common grace and a conditional covenant, two doctrinal issues that shaped the Protestant Reformed Churches (PRC) in America.

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Battle for Sovereign Grace in the Covenant

Battle for Sovereign Grace in the Covenant
David J. Engelsma   (304 pp. Hardback, £15.00)

Doctrinal church history as it should be written! Vital theology, Reformed church polity, missions, heresy and the dirty tricks of schismatics—they are all here in this book on God's gracious, unconditional covenant, in connection with a crucial document in PRC history.

Author interview video

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A Spiritual House PreservedA Spiritual House Preserved  NEW!
edited by Calvin Kalsbeek   (752 pp. Hardback, £22.00)

The encouraging story of a true church of Jesus Christ, this centenary book reveals the secrets of her continuance as a faithful church today and gives like-minded churches hope for tomorrow.

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Christian Biography

Gottschalk

Gottschalk: Servant of God  NEW!
Connie Meyer 
  (160 pp. Hardback, £10.00)

The gripping story of a medieval monk persecuted by a corrupt church for the truth of double predestination and Christ's particular atonement. Informative, delightful and challenging!

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1834: Hendrik de Cock's Return to the True Church

1834: Hendrik de Cock's Return to the True Church
Marvin Kamps   (512 pp. Hardback, £22.00)

A gripping account of one man’s struggle against a spiritually desolate state church, this book witnesses to the sole authority of sacred scripture and the binding authority of the Reformed creeds.

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Just Dad

Just Dad: Stories of Herman Hoeksema
Lois Kregel   (144 pp. Softback, £6.00)

Penned by his youngest daughter, this is a moving, personal, anecdotal history of Herman Hoeksema and his family from the "inside."

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Letters to a Young Pastor

Letters to a Young Pastor
A. W. Pink   (40 pp. Softback, £2.00)

Letters written by A. W. Pink to Robert Harbach, minister in the Reformed Episcopal Church and the Protestant Reformed Churches.

On-line translation: Korean.

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Less Than the Least

Less Than the Least
Cornelius Hanko   (261 pp. Softback, £6.50)

The personal memoirs of Rev. Cornelius Hanko (1907-2005), a faithful Reformed minister and servant of Jesus Christ, who laboured alongside Herman Hoeksema.

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Lori

Lori
Gertrude Hoeksema   (153 pp. Softback, £6.00)

The moving story of the conversion of a deaf-mute girl.

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Good Morning Alice

Good Morning Alice
Gise VanBaren   (157 pp. Softback, £8.00)

The true story of a woman's struggle with Lou Gehrig's disease.

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