This bookshelf is dedicated to Calvinist-Reformed authors. Note that I do not make any distinction between these two concepts (Calvinist and Reformed), nor do I identify or separate “hyper-Calvinism” from normal Calvinism. I do not see any difference between them except one of degree of dedication to the Doctrines of Grace. One person may classify a particular author or work as Hyper-calvinist while another may classify the same author or work as mainline Calvinism. It would be extremely difficult and time consuming to first discern, and then to separate this works, and I would be constantly defending every decision I made probably.
Calvinist Reformed Authors