The Publications of the American Tract Society 6 Vols.

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The American Tract Society began to publish the very best of evangelical Christian Literature in the early years of the 19th century. They not only produced books from men like John Owen, John Bunyan, Jonathan Edwards and many, many more but they also were faithful to produce Tracts of various sizes (between 4 and 48 pages) which addressed such topics as:

- THE DAY OF JUDGMENT, THE DAY OF TRIAL, DO YOU LOVE GOD?

- COUNSELS TO A YOUNG MAN, THE TEMPTATIONS OF YOUNG MEN

- PRIVATE DEVOTION, DO YOU PRAY IN YOUR FAMILY? By William Nevins

- COME AND WELCOME TO JESUS CHRIST by John Bunyan

- THE DECAY OF SPIRITUAL AFFECTIONS by John Owen

- WALKING BY FAITH by Andrew Fuller, 

- AN ADDRESS TO SEAMAN by Edward Payson

- THE SINNER DIRECTED TO THE SAVIOR by John Flavel

- THE SABBATH A BLESSING TO MANKIND by Gardiner Spring 

- THE WELL-SPENT DAY by Philip Doddridge, 

- GROWTH IN GRACE by Rev. Thomas Goodwin

- A Preservative against the Sins and Follies of Childhood and Youth by Isaac Watts

- Questions and Counsel. By Ashbel Green

- The Progress of Grace; in three letters to a friend by John Newton

 

Endorsements

"The American Tract Society publications are of enduring and superlative quality. They represent the cream of the best writers in the Reformed world from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century, such as John Flavel, Jonathan Edwards, and Archibald Alexander. Almost without exception, these tracts, which range from four to forty-eight pages each and cover a remarkable variety of subjects, interface biblical, doctrinal, and experiential material in practically helpful ways. Having often perused these volumes in my own study with considerable profit for nearly four decades, I am so grateful to SGCB for bringing them back into print again. Here is truly a case where 'the old is better'!" - Dr. Joel R. Beeke, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan

"The early publications of the American Tract Society are as valuable as they are varied. The individual pieces were written by well-seasoned Christians and abound in sweet seasoning for the soul. Something here for everyone."- Dr. Robert P. Martin, Pastor of Emmanuel Reformed Baptist Church, Seattle, Washington and Editor of Reformed Baptist Theological Review

"The collected tracts are a veritable treasure chest of good sound doctrine from the greatest proclaimers of gospel truth the church has had for the last 300 years. You would be doing your soul a tremendous dis-service if you fail to obtain these gems!" - Dr. Don Kistler, founder of Soli Deo Gloria and now Northampton Publications

"My study of ministry during the 1800's has caused me to love these ministers and their writings. The American Tract Society took theses stories, sermons and messages and published them into a format that gospel messengers could take to the harvest field. Though small,these tracts contain more meat of the word and truth than books many times their size." - John A. Wega, Executive Director, U.S. Christian Commission-Civil War Museum Gettysburg, Pennsylvania