PCPC Bookstore Update: July 2019
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Saving the Reformation: The Pastoral Theology of the Canons of Dort

by W. Robert Godfrey


400 years ago the Dutch Reformed church crafted a defense known as The Canons of Dort to refute Jacobus Arminius’s teaching. Though a student of Theodore Beza (Calvin’s successor), Arminius began to preach and teach a greatly weakened theology. Read Dr. Godfrey’s translation of the Reformed defense, on which our doctrine of salvation stands today, and be strengthened and encouraged in your faith!


The Prayer that Turns the World Upside Down

by R. Albert Mohler, Jr.


Here’s a taste…. "Many interpreters believe that Jesus is saying that God only forgives us when we earn his forgiveness through forgiving others. Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, this petition does not say, ‘forgive us our debts because we forgive our debtors,’ but ‘forgive us our debts as we have forgiven our debtors.’ The difference, as we shall see, is the difference between the gospel of Jesus Christ and no gospel at all." (p. 124)


Moses and the Burning Bush

by R.C. Sproul


"That is, in essence, the subject of this book: to answer the question of why the bush was burning and yet not being consumed. The answer to that question, in a very real sense, opens the whole of redemptive history and encapsulates the very essence of God’s self-revelation in history and in His Word (p. 25) ." While this sounds like an introduction to a theological tome, in 100 pages of this pocket sized book, Sproul gets to the point.


Pressure Points: A Guide to Navigating Student Stress

by Shelby Abbott


"With children in high school and college, my family is learning to navigate the stresses and strains of student life. My children are grappling with the unique challenges it brings and we, as their parents, are learning to lead them through it. Pressure Points is just the guide we needed to do this well." — Tim Challies, Reformed blogger and author


The Illustrated Bible Story by Story



A visual companion to your Bible, this coffee table sized book is a lesson in art history, biblical archaeology, church history and geography. The whole family will enjoy exploring this book.

For the Littlest Theologians


Don’t Blame the Mud

by Marty Machowski


Likening mud to our sin and shame, Machowski teaches children the only way we can really get clean.

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