It seems I have somehow managed to go 2 weeks instead of the one, which granted seems a bit odd, but probably not the first time I have managed to forget to put up a new post. My only excuse is that I’m currently on annual leave and I’ve been traveling about a bit, so it simply slipped my mind.
Anyhow, it is time to start a new book/ebook and the selection is a ‘Manual of Theology – A Treatise on Christian Doctrine,’ by J. L. Dagg.
I suspect that a good number of Particular and Reformed Baptists may already have a copy of this book in some format, perhaps even multiple formats like I do – yet, if you don’t have a copy you are able to get a free copy in a variety of formats via the links below (or even purchase a copy from somewhere and I have provided a link to Amazon below). I always try to source a book to read in this group that is available for free somewhere so that everyone can participate with little cost or difficulty.
This week we begin the book/ebook by reading the Preface through to the end of chapter 2 (Sources of Knowledge), book 1 (Study of Religious Truth).
You can obtain a free copy of this book in a variety of formats via the Internet Archive at:
The Kindle version can also be purchased at Amazon:
Particular Baptist Reading Group:
Manual of Theology, by J. L. Dagg Discussion Page: