By admin | February 11, 2008
Have you explored the amazing resources available on Google Books? It is an astounding growing collection of books–some very rare and hard to find in hard copy.
You will find treasures such as:
Underhill’s edition of The Broadmead Records
The Hanserd Knollys’ Society’s edition of Tracts on Liberty of Conscience
John Cotton’s Keys of the Kingdom of Heaven
Spurgeon’s Commenting and Commentaries
and many more. The 19th century editions of many puritan works may be found, as well as loads of important Baptist histories and treatises. It should be noted that sometimes only one volume of a set will be available. For example, at present (Feb. 2008) only two of the four volumes of Wilson’s Dissenting Meeting Houses in London are available. Nevertheless, this is an incredible resource. Tolle lege.
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