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  1. SolaSaint

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    Hi all,

    There is a Reformed Theology website called "Monergism" it has 32 free E-Books for downloading and most if not all are very good Puitan books. Check it out.
     
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    And if you don't have a Kindle, download the Kindle apps for pretty much EVERY device out there from laptops to cell phones!!! :D
     
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    Yes, thanks for the link, I forgot. Just for that please have one of those e-books on me, no need to thank me, I just feel generous since it's Christmas season. lol
     
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    You are just too generous. What a saint!! :saint:
     
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    R.C. Sproul

    I do not have a Kindle but I just downloaded R.C. Sproul's Holiness of God, currently free on amazon.
    When I clicked to purchase [0 cents] it told me I had no app for Kindle and gave me the link for my pc. All so simple that even I could do it.

    With the app download there were also 3 free classic books, Aesop's Fables, Pride and Prejudice and ? i forget...

    I did notice that Calvin's Institutes was available for 99 cents.
     
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    Oh, there are WAY more classic books for free than that!!! I went to Amazon, typed in "Free Kindle Books" and came up with over 92,000 results!!! I downloaded at least 50 classics just the other day and decided that from now on, I'm going to read one classic each month. :)
     
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    Amazon is soo good about putting up free books of all genres that my husband got me a Kindle Fire for Christmas (early lol). I've had a kindle app on my pc for a couple of years already and yes I have one on my phone too, but thats for emergency use only cause it's rather uncomfortable to read on such a small device.
     
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    If you go to kindle books, pick a genre and sort by price the freebies show first however watch they mix in a for pay one in the list now and then.

    I presently have near 900 books on my kindle and all but maybe a dozen are freebies.

    Actually there are quite a few Christian books but you have to sort through the "religious" genre which has a lot of "other" stuff.

    If you run into a single book of a series, often if you open another tab and search for the series the whole bunch show up and are also often free.
     

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