NEW RELEASE: The Scheme of Redemption (2 Volume Set)

We are happy to announce that our newest books – The Scheme of Redemption (2 Volume Set) by Maurice Barnett – are now available!

The Scheme of Redemption (2 Volume Set)In The Scheme of Redemption, Maurice Barnett expertly addresses the plan by which God made salvation available to all men. This two-volume series thoroughly explains the primary theme of the Bible while refuting some of the common errors about Christ and His sacrifice on the cross.

The first volume – The Person of Christ – contains an in-depth examination of Jesus, the Son of God who died on the cross for sins. Brother Barnett deals with such topics as the Godhead, the Deity of Christ, the character of Jesus, His temptation, and more.

The second volume – Reconciliation – contains a comprehensive analysis of the sacrificial death of Jesus on the cross. Brother Barnett expounds upon the nature of Christ’s sacrifice and the meaning of atonement. He carefully defines such terms as ransom, redemption, justification, and propitiation and shows how they relate to the sacrifice of Christ.

This material is worthy of careful consideration by all conscientious Bible students. It will be a valuable addition to the library of every preacher, elder, and teacher desiring the ability to better explain the plan of God that was carried out through Jesus Christ.

Read more about these new books and purchase your copies today!

NOTE: The two-volume set may be purchased at the link above for a discounted price. Each volume may be purchased individually at regular price – Volume 1: The Person of Christ; Volume 2: Reconciliation.

PRE-ORDER: The Scheme of Redemption (2 Volume Set)

We are happy to announce that our newest books – The Scheme of Redemption (2 Volume Set) by Maurice Barnett – are now available for pre-order!

The Scheme of Redemption (2 Volume Set)In The Scheme of Redemption, Maurice Barnett expertly addresses the plan by which God made salvation available to all men. This two-volume series thoroughly explains the primary theme of the Bible while refuting some of the common errors about Christ and His sacrifice on the cross.

The first volume – The Person of Christ – contains an in-depth examination of Jesus, the Son of God who died on the cross for sins. Brother Barnett deals with such topics as the Godhead, the Deity of Christ, the character of Jesus, His temptation, and more.

The second volume – Reconciliation – contains a comprehensive analysis of the sacrificial death of Jesus on the cross. Brother Barnett expounds upon the nature of Christ’s sacrifice and the meaning of atonement. He carefully defines such terms as ransom, redemption, justification, and propitiation and shows how they relate to the sacrifice of Christ.

This material is worthy of careful consideration by all conscientious Bible students. It will be a valuable addition to the library of every preacher, elder, and teacher desiring the ability to better explain the plan of God that was carried out through Jesus Christ.

Read more about these new books and pre-order your copies today!

NOTE: This two volume set is available now for pre-order. All orders will be shipped once the books arrive from the printer (scheduled for early May). After the release, the two volumes will also be available for purchase individually, but all pre-orders are sold as a set at an already discounted price.

No Subject So Vital as the Death of Christ

There is no subject so vital to man as the death of Christ.—The designs of his death are interwoven with all the designs of the universe, and are replete with the temporal, spiritual, and eternal destinies of man. Christ crucified is the most transcendent mystery in the moral dominions of God. Its power is the mainspring of all heavenly impulses, and it is itself the consummation of all divine wisdom and prudence. As all earthly waters arise from the ocean and descend to it, so the deep and the high counsels of God issue in this mysterious fact and emanate from it.

—Alexander Campbell


The above post is an excerpt from the book, Atonement: An Exchange in the Millennial Harbinger (1840-1841) by Barton W. Stone and Alexander Campbell. Follow the link to learn more about the book and purchase your copy today!

The Effectiveness of Jesus’ Sacrifice

Great Days in History: The Unfolding of the Scheme of Redemption

Unlike the sacrifices that were offered under the Law of Moses, Jesus’ sacrifice was perfectly able to take away sins. Again, the sacrifices under the old law that were offered “continually” could never “take away sins” (Hebrews 10:1, 4). Yet Jesus’ sacrifice was just “one offering” that “perfected for all time those who are sanctified” (Hebrews 10:14). John wrote, “The blood of Jesus… cleanses us from all sin” (1 John 1:7).

The effectiveness of Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross was for everyone. Jesus said, “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life” (John 3:16). This is different from what is taught in the Calvinist doctrine of “limited atonement” – the idea that Jesus did not die for the world, but only for the elect. Yet Paul wrote, “For the grace of God has appeared, bringing salvation to all men” (Titus 2:11). The salvation that was made possible by Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross is open to everyone.

However, this salvation is conditional. Though God’s grace has “appeared…to all men” (Titus 2:11), we know that not all will be saved (Matthew 7:13-14). How can this be? The only way to harmonize these passages is by concluding that God offers salvation to everyone but will only save those who meet His conditions. Jesus said, “He who has believed and has been baptized shall be saved; but he who has disbelieved shall be condemned” (Mark 16:16). He is “to all those who obey Him the source of eternal salvation” (Hebrews 5:9). Jesus’ crucifixion has made salvation available, but we must take advantage of this offer.


The above post is an excerpt from the book, Great Days in History: The Unfolding of the Scheme of Redemption by Andy Sochor. Follow the link to learn more about the book and purchase your copy today!

NEW RELEASE: The Way

We are happy to announce that our newest book – The Way: What It Means to Be a Disciple of Jesus by Andy Sochor – is now available!

The Way (cover)When Jesus gave His apostles the Great Commission, He charged them to “make disciples of all the nations” (Matthew 28:19). These disciples of Jesus “were first called Christians in Antioch” (Acts 11:26). Even today, the term “Christian” is commonly used and recognized by believers and non-believers to refer to Jesus’ disciples.

Several times in the book of Acts, there was another term by which Jesus’ disciples were identified. They were known as “The Way.” A way denotes that we are going in a certain direction toward some destination. This is the essence of discipleship – following Jesus wherever He leads.

In this short book, we will examine what it means for us to be disciples of Jesus by looking at what the New Testament says about “The Way.”

Read more about this new book and purchase your copy today!

If you would like to place a bulk order, please contact us.

Special Offer

Through the end of the month, you can get a copy of The Way for just $4.79! That’s 20% off the regular price! Order from the Gospel Armory Store by June 30, 2018 to take advantage of this special offer.