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Against the False Protestants and the Pseudo Evangelicals who Have...

By: Pierre Michel Bruneau

After beginning with some personal observations the book goes through the principles that shaped the Protestant Reformation to show how a great deal of what is called Protestantism and Evangelicalism today no longer deserves the name. It then calls the church to reformation based on the foundational truth of the gospel.

The time has come to separate ourselves from those who are even now beginning to disown the reformation as overly divisive, and who are starting to attack the character of the reformers without appreciating how God has used them. Many are those who are quick to find whatever flaws they can find in the reformers in order to crucify them and their ministries. In doing this they strain out gnats while they swallow a camel. They forget that these reformers put their lives a...

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What did the Ancient Church Teach? : An Exposition of the Teaching...

By: Pierre Michel Bruneau

This book serves as both a biblical defense of essential Christian doctrine and an exposition of the writings of the early church on those biblical doctrines. In a time when those essential doctrines called into question, and 500 years after the Protestant Reformation, this book aims to confirm the faith of believers when the faith is being attacked from all every directions by pointing to unchanging essential gospel truth. This book also aims to demonstrate this truth t...

"But what is the law of faith? It is, being saved by grace. Here he shows God's power, in that He has not only saved, but has even justified, and led them to boasting, and this too without needing works, but looking for faith only" (John Chrysostom, Homilies on Romans, Homily 7, commenting on Romans chapter 3:27. Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, First Series, Vol. 11. Edited by Philip Schaff).

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A Beautiful Disaster

By: Pierre Michel Bruneau

This is a short account of what I saw in New Orleans just a month after hurricane Katrina hit and the work God is doing there. It is what you didn't hear in the news about how the church responded to the disaster and how God has been using it to draw people to himself.

Once we got there I was tired, and I started to lose focus. I started to ask myself the question “why did I even come here? What is the purpose? How will what I’m doing here make any difference? Is this the worst of the damage there is? What am I doing here?” That night the pastor gave a speech that put everything back into focus for me. He talked about the disaster in Indonesia and the work that God is doing there. He talked about how Muslim leaders were telling people ...

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The Sufficiency of Christ

By: Pierre Michel Bruneau

This book is a declaration of spiritual warfare, a call to rekindle the fire of the Reformation! Although this battle has been ongoing through many ages, it is time for this generation to know that it must chose which side it will fight on. There can be no peace between Christianity and the religion of the pope! Will you stand for the Reformation and for the gospel of Jesus Christ, or will you capitulate into apostasy?

We are saved by grace alone, not grace and the power of human free will; but by God’s grace alone! A grace of infinite and eternal power which always accomplishes what it sets out to do, and it never fails! The question is not just was the death of Christ necessary, but is it sufficient to save us from all our sins and completely set us free from the ancient curse? That is the fundamentally crucial and pivotal question that is constantly overlooked in current dialogues ...

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The Sufficiency of Christ's Sacrifice

By: Pierre Michel Bruneau

The foundation of the doctrine of sola fide and sola gratia is none other than the finished sacrifice of Christ. This book is meant to challenge the Roman Catholic and indirectly even the Eastern Orthodox teachings concerning salvation. I hope that it will help Protestants defend their faith in an age when apostasy is rampant all around us.

I hope you will come to agree with me that Jesus paid it all on the cross and now our salvation does not rest on our good works or our good deeds. As saint Paul says, “For if justification comes through the law, then Christ died for nothing” (Galatians 2:21). Jesus died entirely in our place and took upon himself the punishment the punishment we deserve. I love the way Cyril of Alexandria says it in the following words, "They led away the author of life to die – to die ...

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