The Complete Works of J. C. Ryle

Be swept away by one of the most influential writers of the 18th century! J. C. Ryle’s works have been changing hearts and lives for over 100 years. He is still speaks to the heart and soul of every man through his simple, straight forward writing style and his gentle, loving tone, which make him as readable today as he was in his lifetime. Ryle tackles difficult issues with grace and kindness while providing an excellent and thorough examination of his subject or text that engages the scholar and layman alike. There are many wonderful facets to Ryle’s works, but Ryle’s love and knowledge of Jesus Christ leaps off of the page, and each work is filled with the same Christ-centeredness that characterized his life. His works are deep, concise, and thought provoking, but most of all, they point you to Christ and help you know and love Him better.

A most outstanding and excellent read, and Ryle’s writing is alive with the Word of God and the intensity of the Puritans. I am gaining in my appreciation for the works of J.C. Ryle – wonderfully written, challenging, yet encouraging to the heart.
�Dan Panetti

Table of Contents

Commentary on Matthew
Commentary on Mark
Commentary on Luke vol. 1 & 2
Commentary on John vol. 1, 2 & 3
Holiness
Knots Untied
A Call To Prayer
Principles for Churchmen
The Duties of Parents
The Christian Leaders of the Last Century
Home Truths
Selected Works of J.C. Ryle
Can There Be Unity and Other Sermons
No Uncertain Sound and Other Sermons
Simplicity in Preaching and Other Sermons
The Christian Race and Other Sermons

i have been reading through this book the past couple of years on kindle edition. its very long in reading , i’m still just at around 51 percent to date and thinking to myself how i’m going to finish it because it is one of the largest books i have ever read to date , next to bishop ushurs annals of the world which was a good book to read through as well. so the eating the elephant one bite at a time comes to mind 🙂

try not to get caught up on other peoples views of teaching around Ryles staunch calvinistic views , personally i find his writings refreshing and balanced when it comes to bible teachings. some like to argue and fight about their pet doctrines or bible views but like paul says, its best to avoid people who are like this. like the old saying goes , eat and enjoy the various fish out there and throw away the bones , my paraphrase. we are not yet perfected so human nature likes to engage in arguments at times , but some like hot engagements too much sadly to the hurt of others. but as another saying goes , been there and learned to avoid very quickly like putting hand on a hot oven top ring 😉

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