— Titles Now Available — (and others coming soon)

“I Cried, He Answered” — A Faithful Record of Remarkable Answers to Prayer (1918), compiled and edited by Henry W. Adams, Norman H. Camp, William Norton, and F.A. Steven, with an Introduction by Charles Gallaudet Trumbull; 128pp., original print was very small, so enlarged it 22% and made into 6x9 pb., 288pp., 14.50 + P&H. [READY]

Called Unto Holiness (1936) Ruth Paxson, originally pocket sized paperback 128 pages (of airy, large margin), book size expanded to 6x9 with detailed complementary and correctional notes by Balaicius, 280pp., 18.00 + P&H. [READY]

I edited/published this other title of hers a few years ago:

Rivers of Living Water (1930) Ruth Paxson,  with complementary and corrective notes by Robert Alan Balaicius, Paxson’s work was a pocket-sized paperback, 128pp., which I have enlarged a little bit in facsimile reprint, This was a remarkably well-written little booklet with more truth than error, though she did not go into great depth in her explanations, I make up for that and also make doctrinal corrections; total pages 262; 18.00 + P&H. [READY]

Martin Bucer and the English Reformation. [With a bibliography and plates, including portraits and facsimiles.] (1949) Constantin Hopf, 290pp., [not ready]

Historical Collections Relating to Remarkable Periods of the Success of the Gospel / Historical Collections of Accounts of Revival (1754/revised 1845, ed. updated by Horatius Bonar), Gillies, pb., 8.5x11, 600+pp., 30.00 + P&H.  The print was small and the book 7x10 so I expanded to 8.5x11 and was able to enlarge the print 19%.  [READY]

The Tenure of Kings and Magistrates: A Thesis presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Yale University in Candidacy for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (1649) John Milton, Edited with Introduction and Notes by William Talbot Allison, B.D., Ph.D. (1911) 245pp., pb., 18.00 + P&H.  [READY] [This is an excellent companion to, the main books used by the Founders of our nation to frame our Christian Government: See also (which are in stock):

The Civil Magistrates’ Power (1653 edition, modernly retype-set) Thomas Cobbett (introduction by Pastor John Weaver, who states, “Cobbett deals with the civil magistrate’s power based upon the bounds and grounds of Scripture. He lays down the Scriptural limitation of government and their authority.”); 170pp., Hb., 25 00 + P&H. [In Stock]

Lex Rex (1644) Rutherford, 340p., Hb., (framers of Constitution drew idea “consent of governed” from here; rulers have authority from God, through people, only when rulers obey God) 22 00 + P&H. [In Stock]

Vindiciae Contra Tyrannos, a Defence of Liberty Against Tyrants, Or, of the Lawful Power of the Prince Over the People, and of the People Over the Prince (1579 Latin; 1689 English transl.; 1924 ed. modern type-face w/ hist. intro. by Laski) “Stephanus Junius Brutus,” pen name for Huguenot Reformer Hubert Languet; 229pp., original + Modern Publisher’s 18-page illustr. Hist. Intro. & Note Concerning author of 1924 Historical Intro., by R.A.B., pb., 18.00 + P&H. [READY]


History of the Reformed Church, Dutch; The Reformed Church, German and the Moravian Church in the United States (1895) Corwin/Dubbs/Hamilton, 548pp., pb., 22.50 + P&H.

Foxe’s Christian Heroes and Martyrs of the World, a.k.a. Foxe’s Book of Martyrs: Being a History of the Persecution of the Protestants from the first century onward, by John Foxe and other Eminent Authorities, abbreviated edition, Newly Revised and Updated (1907) [originally published as “The Acts and Monuments of the Church Containing the History and Sufferings of the Martyrs” in 1564 in 1,800 pages by John Foxe] 60 full-page illustrations; 600+pp., 6x9, quality pb., 24.00 + P&H.

The American Constitution as it Protects Private Rights (1923) Frederick Jesup Stimson, 239pp.,  pb., 18.00 + P&H.


* In its introduction he states, "On its human half—the Bill of Rights contained in the first ten amendments and its other sweeping restrictions on Congress, State governments, and the Executive—that is exactly what the Constitution is for.  Its very object is, not to protect our liberty against foreign aggression—for that was secured—but to secure our liberties, our people’s, yes, each person’s —against the powerful central government they were about to establish; and even, in essential matters, against the new State governments as well."

Some Collected Shorter Works of Arthur W. Pink (The Application of the Scriptures: A Biblical Refutation of Dispensationalism; Eternal Punishment; Satan and His Gospel; A Fourfold Salvation; The Law and The Saint; Regeneration: or the New Birth; The Christian in Romans 7); 273pp., 6x9 pb., 18.50 + P&H. [READY]

Ulrich Zwingli: The Patriotic Reformer: A History (1868) Rev. William M. Blackburn, 324pp., pb., 22.00 + P&H. [Ready]