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14 Years of Theology on the Web!

Theology on the Web was launched 14 years ago this month. It is exciting to note that this anniversary coincides with three other major milestones in the development of the ministry. There are now over 25,000 free-to-download theological articles hosted on Theology on the Web. 2.3 terabytes of data was downloaded worldwide over the last…

Calvin

T.H.L. Parker’s Supplementa Calviniana

The following hard-to-find monograph is now available for free download in PDF: T.H.L. Parker, Supplementa Calviniana. An Account of the Manuscripts of Calvin’s Sermons Now in Course of Preparation. London: The Tyndale Press, 1962. Pbk. pp.23. My thanks to the Rev. Dr T.H.L. Parker for his permission to place this material online. It is the…

Samuel Rutherford | Scotland

Samuel Rutherford & His Contemporaries

The following rare public domain article is now available for free download in PDF: Prof. W.G. Blaikie [1820-1899], “Some Preachers of Scotland. Samuel Rutherford and His Contemporaries,” Sunday at Home 36 No. 1842 (August 17th 1889): 517-520. Samuel Rutherford, and His Contemporaries Professor W. G. Blaikie, D.D., LL.D. Whatever may be thought of the great…

Henry VIII | Thomas Cranmer

Cranmer and the English Reformation

The following public domain book is now available in PDF: Arthur D. Innes [1863-1938], Cranmer and The Reformation in England. Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1900. Hbk. pp.199. Click here to download. Cranmer and The Reformation in England Table of Contents Preface Chronological Tables Chapter I Prologue: Unrest Pioneers of the Reformation – Europe in…

John Knox

Knox and His Brethren

For Reformation Day, the following rare article is now available as a PDF: Prof. W.G. Blaikie, “Scotch Preachers in Reformation Days: Knox and Brethren,” Sunday at Home 36 No. 1828 (May 11th 1889): 294-299. Knox and His Brethren It is singular to think that John Knox, of I whom when he was buried the Regent…

Reformers

Philip Melanchthon article

This is a hard-to-find article from 1889 by an anonymous writer giving a brief overview of the life of Philip Melanchthon and his relationship with Martin Luther. The article is in the public domain. Anonymous, “Philip Melanchthon,” Sunday at Home 36 No. 1815 (Feb. 9th 1889): 81-85. Philip Melanchthon In the closing years of the…