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Antinomianism Refuted, Free & Sovereign Grace,Christian Liberty & God's Law Defended by the John Flavel, Samuel Rutherford, Greg Price, Charles Spurgeon, Dr. Reg Barrow, Burgess, Thornwell, Dabney, et al. (Free MP3s, Books, etc.)

William J Mencarow on the Puritan Hard Drive

A Blow at the Root of Antinomianism (1 of 2) Free Grace Is The Opposite Of Looseness by John Flavel (Free MP3)

A Blow at the Root of Antinomianism (2 of 2) Free Grace Is The Opposite Of Looseness by John Flavel (Free MP3)

A Blow at the Root of Antinomianism by John Flavel (Digital Download, Enhanced SWRB PDF)

Pastor Greg Price on the Puritan Hard Drive

 "If ye love me, keep my commandments." - The Lord Jesus Christ, John 14:15 (KJV)

O how love I thy law! (Psalm 119), Faith, Salvation, Assurance & God's Law by Thomas Watson (Many Free MP3s, Video, etc.)

Michael Caughran on the Puritan Hard Drive

To Love Christ Is To Love God's Law (1 John Series 11/27) by Covenanter Pastor Greg Price (Free MP3)

The Extent of God's Law, Antichrist, Beastly Civil Governments, the Family, Christian Education, etc. by Pastor Greg Price (Free MP3)

An amazing unfolding of the eighth commandment, as well as the rest of the Decalogue, which includes numerous specific applications to various areas of thought and life (most relevant to the contemporary Christian). Price explains how to avoid the extremes of legalism and antinomianism, while expounding the classic Reformed view of the law as it applies to the individual, family, church and state.

Pastor Greg Price on the Puritan Hard Drive

"For this is the love of God, that we keep his commandments: and his commandments are not grievous." - 1 John 5:3 (KJV)

Pornography, the Anabaptists, and Doug Wilson's Civil Antinomianism by Dr. Reg Barrow (Free Online)

"Alexander Karelin was one of the most devastating wrestlers to ever live. His most impressive display of power was when he would lift 300+ pound opponents from flat off the the ground and reintroduce their necks and collar bones to the mat with crushing force. The move was nicknamed "The Karelin Lift". With parallel might, Reg Barrow's writings, which IMO are the best available writings anywhere representing true historical Presbyterian Principles regarding issues of authority, the church, and the state, have ripped the Americanist Pseudo-Reformed systems of Theology to shreds. In his work Pornography, The Anabaptists And Doug Wilson's Civil Antinomianism he clearly shows the primary fallacy of the Modern Theonomist movement and in so doing gives an exposition of the historical Puritan Theonomy which is nothing short of the ancient Patriarchal Establishmentarianism so common with human societies in the history of the world.

Barrow places his finger on the primary error of this system

"To begin with, on the pornography question Wilson (and other modern Theonomists) apply a form of "regulativism" (really "hyper-regulativism"; see below) where it does not belong - i.e. in the case of negative civil sanctions. Ironically, many of these same people also deny (if only by their practice; James 1:22; Titus 1:16) the true regulativism where Scripture teaches it does belong - i.e. in the public worship of God."

The rest of his work is an exposition of this very mistake and at the end of his work he lists some devastating questions that the Modern Theonomist cannot answer:" - From "Reg Barrow Gives Modern Theonomy The Karelin Lift" by "olivianus"

Pornography, the Anabaptists, and Doug Wilson's Civil Antinomianism by Dr. Reg Barrow (Digital Download, Enhanced SWRB PDF)

For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled. Whosoever therefore shall break one of these least commandments, and shall teach men so, he shall be called the least in the kingdom of heaven: but whosoever shall do and teach them, the same shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven. - The Lord Jesus Christ, Matthew 5:18-19 (KJV)

Dr. Matthew McMahon on the Puritan Hard Drive

Vindiciae Legis: or, A Vindication of the Moral Law and the Covenants, from the Errors of Papists, Arminians, Socinians, and more especially, Antinomians (1647) by Anthony Burgess (Digital Download, SWRB PDF)

"A nonconformist clergyman," Anthony Burgess "was a member of the (Westminster) Assembly of Divines. Ejected at the Restoration... his works are much valued and have become very scarce" (James Darling, Cyclopedia Bibliographica, p. 439). This book contains 30 lectures preached at London "against the antinomian errours of the times." It is the second edition corrected and augmented.

The Moral Effects of a Free Justification by Robert Lewis Dabney (Digital Download, Enhanced SWRB PDF)

Again, because we need not only teaching but also exhortation, the servant of God will also avail himself of this benefit of the law: by frequent meditation upon it to be aroused to obedience, be strengthened in it, and be drawn back from the slippery path of transgression. In this way the saints must press on; for, however eagerly they may in accordance with the Spirit strive toward God's righteousness, the listless flesh always so burdens them that they do not proceed with due readiness. The Law is to the flesh like a whip to an idle and balky ass (donkey - ed.), to arouse it to work. ... But here the prophet proclaims the great usefulness of the law: the Lord instructs by their reading of it those whom he inwardly instills with a readiness to obey. He lays hold not only of the precepts, but the accompanying promise of grace, which alone sweetens what is bitter. For what would be less lovable than the law if, with importuning and threatening alone, it troubled souls through fear, and distressed them through fright? David especially shows that in the law he apprehended the Mediator, without whom there is no delight or sweetness. ... Whoever wants to do away with the law entirely for the faithful, understands it falsely. - John Calvin, Institutes of the Christian Religion, 2.7.12, emphases added

Antinomianism by James Henley Thornwell (Digital Download, Enhanced SWRB PDF)

He that hath my commandments, and keepeth them, he it is that loveth me: and he that loveth me shall be loved of my Father, and I will love him, and will manifest myself to him. - The Lord Jesus Christ, John 14:21 (KJV)

Justin Rawson on the Puritan Hard Drive

A Survey of the Spiritual Antichrist Opening the Secrets of Familisme and Antinomianism in the Antichristian Doctrine of John Saltmarth, and William Del, the present Preachers of the Army (headed by Oliver Cromwell--RB) now in England, and of Robert Town, Tobiah Crisp, H. Denne, Eaton and others. In which is revealed the rise and spring of Antinomianism, Familists, Libertines, Swench-feldians, Enthysiasts, etc. The minde of Luther a most professed opposer of Antinomianism, is cleared, and diverse considerable points of the Law and the Gospel, of the Spirit and the Letter, of the two Covenants, of the nature of free grace, exercise under temptations, mortification, justification, sanctification, are discovered. In Two parts (1648) by Samuel Rutherford (Digital Download, SWRB PDF)

The Antinomians were a major sect in the 1640's. They denounced as 'Legalists' the Christians who, like Paul, 'serve the law of God' (Rom. 7:25). They asserted that grace removes the Law out of the Christian's life, as absolutely as it does out of his salvation. This dangerous heresy, which is still popular, makes it no fault to disobey God's Moral Law, and turn grace into wantonness. Rutherford mentioned this heresy in several of his works before publishing in 1648 his SURVEY OF THE SPIRITUAL ANTICHRIST, written specifically against the Antinomians. The subtlety of Antinomians is that they oppose the use of the Law as a positive standard for holy living in the name of the Gospel! The Apostle Paul repudiated this error in Rom. 3:31; 6:1,2; Gal. 5:13" (p. 52).

Dr. Steven Dilday on the Puritan Hard Drive

Christ Dying, and Drawing Sinners to Himself, Or, A Survey of our Saviour in His Soul-Suffering, His Loveliness in his Death, and the Efficacy thereof. In Which Some Cases of Soul-trouble in weak Believers, Grounds of Submission under the Absence of Christ, with the Flowings and Heightenings of free Grace, are opened. Delivered in Sermons on the Gospel according to John, Chap. xii. ver. 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33. Where are also interjected some necessary Digressions, for the Times, touching divers Errors of Antinomians; and a short Vindication of the Doctrine of Protestants, from the Arminian pretended Universality of Christ's Dying for All and every One of Mankind; the moral and feigned Way of irresistible Conversion of Sinners; and what Faith is required of all within the visible Church, for the Want whereof, many are condemned (1647, 1727 edition) (Digital Download, SWRB PDF)

The Dictionary of Scottish Church History and Theology says of this work, "Samuel Rutherford's writings during the London years provide a significant commentary of the theology of the Westminster Confession and Catechisms. In Christ Dying and Drawing Sinners to Himself Rutherford elaborately scrutinizes the Antinomian notion that the law has no obligation for the Christian" (p. 736). This book contains an extensive index, is 764 pages in length and is an excellent example of sound and faithful Covenanter preaching, balancing both faith (doctrine) and manners (practice).

Pastor Greg L. Price Reviews and Recommends
the Puritan Hard Drive

Pastor Greg L. Price

Pastor Greg L. Price

I was one of those who had profited much from using the plethora of out-of-print Reformation materials offered by Still Waters Revival Books in the 62 CDs (Puritan CDs and Reformation CDs) for a number of years in  my ministry -- works that I could only have found in select libraries (usually hundreds of miles away from my residence).

With the CDs, it took a little while to go to the index of each set, locate the documents I needed, and then find the correct CD. Of course, the time was always well spent in finding that particular document that I needed.

However, now that I have the Puritan Hard Drive, I am able to use my time much more efficiently in finding that particular document I need by quickly searching for it and finding it in a matter of seconds. It's like going from "dial up" to "high-speed" Internet!

And for all of those documents that have a font that are in block letters, I am able to simply cut and paste from the Puritan Hard Drive to my own document with ease.

Amazing surprises do come in small packages!

If you want to understand Reformed theology (i.e., the whole counsel of God) the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive.

May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world (Isaiah 2:2-4)!

- Pastor Greg L. Price (Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.) Free online books, MP3s and videos by Greg Price at

Antinomianism Refuted, Free & Sovereign Grace,Christian Liberty & God's Law Defended by the John Flavel, Samuel Rutherford, Greg Price, Charles Spurgeon, Dr. Reg Barrow, Burgess, Thornwell, Dabney, et al. (Free MP3s, Books, etc.)