Miscellaneous Reformation Books
Any titles that are comb-bound, we will print in paperback, if any individual / church / distributor will order 25 copies - inquire.
* = “Youth” (while these books were written on a youth level in late 1800s and early 1900s, they are now on the average noncollegiate adult level) - very rare titles available nowhere else.
* - At The Sign of the Pelican (c.1901), Brida Walker, 100pp., comb-bound, 1200 + P&H. [Reformation in France.]
* - The Best Book of All and How It Came To Us (c.1901), Rev. F. J. Hamilton, D.D., 100pp., plastic comb-bound, 12.00 + P&H.
* - The Brave Boys of Derry, or, No Surrender! (1901) W. Stanley Martin, 100pp., plastic-comb-bound [Story of conflict between Catholics and Protestants in Irish town of Londonderry], 12.00 + P&H.
* - Early Torch-Bearers (c.1930) W. Stanley Martin, 158pp., plastic combbound, 16.00 + P&H. Chapters— Rome Underground: City of the Dead; Rock-Written Records; Britain’s Early Torch-Bearers; John Wycliffe; The Lollards; John Huss and Jerome of Prague.
* - Fireships, Fireworks and Firebrands: A Sequel To Some Famous Bonfires (1898)W. Stanley Martin, 108pp.; comb-bound, 12.00 + P&H.
* - I Will Maintain: The Story of the Glorious Revolution (c.1900) W. Stanley Martin, 68pp., 6.00 + P&H. [British War of Succession]
* - Martin Luther the Hero of the Reformation Which Changed the World(c.1920) J. J. Ellis, 94pp., plastic comb-bound; 10.00 + P&H (see also in its own section, reprinted in paperback, 2 books in 1)
* - Rome Underground or The Testimony of the Catacombs Against the Errors of Romanism (1897) W. Stanley Martin, 63pp., 7.00 + P&H.
* - The Story of the Man Who Fought the Giants: The Childrens’ Life of Luther (c.1900) W. Stanley Martin, 120pp., 11.00 + P&H, plastic comb-bound 10.00 + P&H (see also in its own section, reprinted in paperback, 2 books in 1).
* - The Story of Some Famous Bonfires (c.1930) W. Stanley Martin, 125pp., plastic comb-bound, 12.50 + P&H. [martyrdom of some Reformers] * - The Tinker of Bedford and the Book that He Wrote (1901) W. Stanley Martin; 106pp., 11.50 + P&H. [John Bunyan/Pilgrim’s Progress]
* - Torchbearers Amid Alpine Snows [History of Vaudois/ Waldensians] (c.1938), C. C. Dobson, 192pp., comb-bound, 16.00 + P&H.
* - Torchbearers of France and the Netherlands — Torchbearers of Truth — (1933) 184pp., plastic comb-bound, 17.50 + P&H. containing 2 books: The Story of William the Silent and Holland’s Fight for Freedom (1907) W. Stanley Martin, 88pp.; The Fights and Flights of the Huguenots, by Ebenezer Wilmhurst (c.1910); 72pp.
* - Turn or Burn: The Lewes Protestant Martyrs’ Memorial Volume (1901) W. Stanley Martin and Rev. F. J. Hamilton; 33pp.; 8.5x11, comb-bound, 7.50 + P&H.
Other Reformation Titles of Interest
not published by STP but which are available
P&H = 10% (4.00 minimum)
- The Anglican Reformation (1897) William Robinson Clark, large print edition, pb., 502pp., 34.00 + P&H (reg. 39.00).
- Annals of the English Bible (1845) Christopher Anderson, 2 volumes, 1430pp., 85.00 + P&H (reg. 102.00)
- British History and Papal Claims: From the Norman Conquest to the Present Day A.D. 1760-1892, James Paton, 2 volume-set, 1184pp., pb., 82.00 + P&H (reg. 90.00); Hb., 105.00 + P&H (reg. 120.00)
- Champions of the Truth: Short Lives of Christian Leaders and Action by Various writers (c.1890) A. R. Buckland, 512pp., pb., 37.00 + P&H (reg. 41.00); Hb., 50.00 + P&H (reg. 56.00)
- Christian Leaders of the 18th Century (1885) Bishop J. C. Ryle, 432p. pb., 14.00 + P&H
- Evangelical Belief: Its Conflict With Rome (1903) 378pp., pb., 30.00 + P&H (reg. 34.00); Hb., 42.00 + P&H (reg. 49.00)
- Five English Reformers (1890) J. C. Ryle 160p. pb., 8.00 + P&H
- Heroes of the Reformation (1951) Hagstotz, 320pp., pb., 15.00 + P&H
- Foxe’s Book of Martyrs (1563), John Foxe, 409pp., small pb., 9.00 + P&H; Larger-size pb., 1500 + P&H; Hb., 20.00 + P&H. A MUST; history of Catholic murders of Protestants from 1st century to 1500s.
- The Fraudulent Gospel, Smith, 168p., pb., 20.00 + P&H Exposes World Council of Churches with ties to communism, catholic church, terrorism, etc.
- A History of the Moravian Church (1909) J. E. Hutton, 524pp., pb., 36.00 (reg. 41.00) + P&H. (outflow of Czech Reformation)
- History of the Reformed Church, Dutch; The Reformed Church, German and the Moravian Church in the United States (1895) Corwin / Dubbs / Hamilton, 548pp., pb., 37.00 (reg. 43.00) + P&H.
- The Gospels: Gothic, Anglo-Saxon, Wycliffe Tyndale Versions (1907), Bosworth, 584pp. pb., 4 parallel columns; 39.00 + P&H (reg. 46.00)
- History of the Church of England: Pre-Reformation Period (1879) T. P. Boultbee, 478pp., pb., 34.00 + P&H (reg. 38); Hb., 48.00 + P&H (reg. 53.00)
- The Holy Gospels in Anglo-Saxon, Northumbrian, and Old Mercian Versions (1858) Walter Skeat, . 4 vols: c. 225 large pp. each. Text in both languages, Latin interlinear, intro., critical apparatus. The standard work; paperback printing: Vol. 1 (Matt.) [not currently available]; Vol 2 (Mk.), 322pp., 27.00 + P&H (reg. 31.00); Vol. 3 (Lk.), 542pp., 36.00 + P&H (reg. 41.00); Vol. 4 (Jn.), 458pp., 31.00 + P&H (reg. 37.00)
- Horae Apocalypticae;* or, A Commentary on the Apocalypse, Critical and Historical; Including Also An Examination of the Chief Prophecies of Daniel (1837; 1862 ed.); Rev. Edward Bishop Elliot (1793-1875); [* “Hours with the Apocalypse”] Counter Reformation considered to have three parts: Jesuits, Inquisition & Council of Trent.... it seems justifiable to suggest a fourth aspect, namely the praeteristic and futuristic interpretations launched by Catholic expositors as a counterattack (p. 47). The most invaluable work ever produced on the Apocalypse, it contains around 10,000 references to ancient and modern works. The author was a premillenialist, however, this does not invalidate all the valuable information contained herein. Spurgeon wrote that it was the “standard work on the subject.” 2611pp., with 29pp. index.] 4-vol. pb., set, 165.00 (reg. 175.00) + P&H. [or 4-volume set: 8.5x11, 2x2 xerox, plastic comb-bound, 100.00 + P&H.]
- The Huguenots or Reformed French Church (1870), Foote, 627pp., Hb., 40.00 + P&H (reg 45.00).
- Hugh Latimer (1869) Robert Demaus, 544pp., pb., 39.00 + P&H (reg. 43.00); Hb., 50.00 + P&H (reg. 58.00)
- John Wycliffe and His English Precursors (1890), Gothard Victor Lechler, 540pp., 39.00 + P&H (reg. 41.00); Hb., 50.00 + P&H (reg. 58.00)
- Martyrs’ Mirror: Story of Seventeen Centuries of Christian Martyrdom from Time of Christ to persecutions of Anabaptists in a.d. 1660 (1660), Thieleman J. van Braght, 8 x 11, Hb., 1156pp., 50+ etchings, by Jan Luyken; 45.00 + P&H; massive volume has been major book of Christian faith (second to Bible) among German Christian groups (Mennonites, Amish, Hutterites, etc.); it is to Dutch & German peoples what Foxe’s Book of Martyers is to English speaking peoples.
- Origines Anglicanae, or, A History of the English Church from the Conversion of the English Saxons till the Death of King John (1855) John Inett, 2-volume set, 872pp., pb., 48.00 + P&H (reg. 53.00); Hb., 95.00 + P&H (reg. 103.00)
- Pagano-papismvs, or, An exact parallel between Rome-pagan, and Rome-Christian, in their doctrines and ceremonies by Joshua Stopford ... (1675), 362pp., pb., 28.00 + P&H (reg. 33.00)
* - Stories of the Covenanters in Scotland (1859), Robert Pollok, 328pp., Hb., 28.00 + P&H.
* - Stories of the Huguenots in France and Italy, various authors with foreward by D’Aubinge, 300pp., Hb., 28.00 + P&H.
* - Stories of the Reformation in Germany and England with a Child’s Life of Luther (1860) Johns, 350pp., Hb., 28.00 + P&H.
- The Waldensian Church in the Valleys of Piedmont: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time (1878) Jane Louisa Willyams, 324pp., pb., 26.00 (reg. 31.00) + P&H.
- William Tindale: A Biography: A Contribution to the History of the English Bible (1886) Robert Demaus, 496pp., pb., 35.00 + P&H (reg. 39.00); Hb., 49.00 + P&H (reg. 54.00)
Note: Publisher will print in paperback, any comb-bound title
with order of 25 copies of any single title.