Don’s Books

Don Kistler has written two original works, and has contributed to five others. They are all available through Cumberland Valley Bible Books and Reformation Heritage Books.

Books by Don 

A Spectacle Unto God: The Life and Death of Christopher Love
Hardcover , 193 pages
 
Christopher Love is a man whose writings were read by Jonathan Edwards, particularly on the doctrine of hell.  This is a limited edition reprint.  Of this book, J. I. Packer wrote: “Stunning and heart-wrenching is the blend of sweetness, peace, love, and hope in nightmarish circumstances of this book contains. 

Why Read the Puritans Today?
Author: Don Kistler
Paperback , 20 pages
 
The Puritans displayed a deep Scriptural insight and gift for logical argumentation that is sorely lacking in the church today. Likewise, their concern for holiness, sin, and the right love of God and neighbor serves as an example for a church that is often tempted to succumb to the standards of this fallen world. In this booklet, Dr. Don Kistler gives us ten reasons why we should read Puritan literature today.

Contributions by Don
In addition to the two titles above, Dr. Kistler was a contributing author to the following works:

Feed My Sheep
Author: Various
Paperback , 285 pages

“Feed My Sheep is not only a passionate plea for preaching, but also a thorough review of what constitutes good preaching. Every minister of God’s Word will profit from prayerfully reading this book.” – Jerry Bridges

This book calls God’s people to preach the Word and heed the Word. Contributors include: Eric Alexander, John Armstrong, Joel R. Beeke, James Montgomery Boice, Sinclair Ferguson, Don Kistler, John MacArthur, R. Albert Mohler, John Piper, R.C. Sproul, and Derek Thomas.

Justification by Faith Alone
Author: Various
Paperback , 190 pages
 
Theologians John MacArthur Jr., R.C. Sproul, Joel Beeke and John Gerstner uphold the doctrine of justification through essays, including, “Jesus and the Doctrine of Justification,” “The Forensic Nature of Justification,” “The Nature of Justifying Faith,” and “The Sufficiency of Faith for Justification.”  Dr. MacArthur notes, “Every period of decline and apostasy begins with an attack on this doctrine. And it is under attach today like never before.” This work is a modern-day defense of a fundamental doctrine. 

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