Gospel Covenant Publications has been founded with the specific purpose of bringing you timeless Christian literature that is at the same time both evangelical and reformed. It is our assumption that only in the writings of true biblical Protestantism and of the Covenanted Reformation will we find a truly faithful understanding of the good news of Jesus Christ.
We will diligently work to bring you helpful literature that will serve you as you seek the truth of Jesus Christ. Please look through our free resources and check back regularly for new additions.
What does it mean to be evangelical ?
Evangelical literature is characterized by proclamation of the good news of Jesus Christ. It assumes that we are sinners who are in need of conversion. This conversion is a work of Godís grace bringing us into an estate of salvation.
What does it mean to be reformed ?
Reformed literature adheres to and defends the doctrines of the Protestant Reformation. It is marked by holding the Bible up before a sinful world as the alone standard of faith and practice. The Bible alone reveals to us Godís message of salvation and tells us how we are to live our lives.
Why this emphasis on evangelical and reformed literature?
Gospel Covenant Publications is firmly convicted that deviation from any truth found in the Bible is deviation in some degree from that full and free Gospel each sinner needs in order to be truly happy. How can one thirst after the message of good news and not care about its purity? Only as it has been attained, taught, defended and preserved in the true Covenanted Reformed and Presbyterian Christian Religion is there a faithful adherence to this beautiful and satisfying doctrine. The reformers of the 1st and 2nd Protestant Reformations in Europe made it clear that the purity of the doctrine, worship and government of Christís church as they had attained was worth dying forÖ why? Anything less is a compromise of the saving doctrine of the Mediator of the Covenant of Grace. It is the purity of the gospel that is at stake.
"This is the work of God, that ye believe on him whom he hath sent."John 6:29
"Öand how shall they hear without a preacher?"Rom 10:14
"For I have not shunned to declare unto you all the counsel of God."Acts 20:27