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Free Grace Press is a Reformed Baptist publisher that seeks to disseminate solid Christian books.
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Baptist Reprint Series 
FGP is introducing a new series of Baptist classics called the “Baptist Reprints Series.” Our goal is to make known and assist in the disseminating of many great Baptist books that would otherwise remain largely forgotten. To assist in this goal, these books will be extremely affordable. And though they can be accessed for free online, most new readers will not take advantage of such resources. With a fresh typesetting and minor updates to the language, we believe these books are perfect to buy in bulk and handout to the next generation of Reformed Baptists.    
Baptists: Thorough Reformers 
What does it mean to be a Baptist? Though ideas abound, we must go to the one man for a sure answer, John Quincy Adams. For with unashamed boldness and clarity Adams articulates the fundamental distinctives of the Baptist Faith. These fundamentals include the important of sola Scriptura, believer’s baptism, the separation of the church and state, equality of the saints, and liberty of conscious. Even C. H. Spurgeon, calling it “the best Manual of Baptist principles he had met,” included the text in his Pastor’s College curriculum. First published in 1858 and reprinted multiple times since, this work has become a classic tome upon Baptist principles. And one hundred and fifty hears later, we too, affirming the testimony of Spurgeon and countless others, are happy to release the updated edition of Baptist: Thorough Reformersas the first volume in our BAPTIST REPRINTS paperback series. 
178 pages
Those purchasing 10 or more for the 5.00 a copy.  

The Kingdom of God: A Baptist Expression of Covenant and Biblical Theology 

Covenant and Biblical Theology that is Clear, Cohesive, Historical, and Distinctly Baptist 

Jeff Johnson has given us a lot to chew on. This treatment of the covenants gives a tightly argued discussion of the relation between the covenant of works and the covenant of grace… Johnson gives a cover-to-cover, Genesis-to-Revelation dramatic presentation of the story of the outworking of the covenant of grace through the conflict of the two seeds. It is gripping and compelling while it illustrates the doctrinal argument with power. He tells the story that is the ontological rubric behind all good stories. Giving serious attention to Johnson’s tenacious engagement with the biblical theme of The Kingdom of God will expand one’s personal knowledge of Scripture, extend one’s confidence in the wisdom and certainty of divine providence, and exact transparent and pure praise to God for his invincible grace.
—Tom Nettles
Professor of Historical Theology
The Southern Baptist theological Seminary
“Of the many books that exist on covenant theology, rare are those that are accessible to neophytes while at the same time instructing the well-read student on the subject. This one does both. If Jeff Johnson’s first book, The Fatal Flaw, explained what Baptist covenant theology is not, The Kingdom of God explains what it is. In my view, the most important contribution of this work is to bring us the history of salvation through all the biblical covenants in a Reformed Baptist perspective. The deeper treatment that Johnson gives to the Abrahamic Covenant in this work is one of the clearest statements I have read. After you finish reading it, you will have a clearer view of the big picture of the kingdom of God.”
—Pascal Denault
Author of The Distinctiveness of Baptist Covenant Theology
“The Kingdom of God by Jeffrey Johnson is a work I commend to be read both by Baptists and Paedobaptists. He explains the biblical covenants in relationship to the kingdom of God through the whole Bible…I recommend the reading of The Kingdom of God as a welcomed addition to Baptist covenantal theology. I think you will be blessed to read his presentation of the Lord Jesus Christ as fulfilling the Covenant of Works for us that God’s Grace may justly fall upon sinners.”
—Fred Malone
Author of The Baptism of Disciples Alone