Soon this page will be loaded with free John Newton goodies, all related to my book: Newton on the Christian Life (Crossway; June 2015). Most of the books listed here can be found online for free or were digitally scanned by me. I primarily used these free editions in my book research to make it easy for you to get from my book (and its 700+ footnotes) into Newton’s specific letters for yourself. I’ll collect links on this page to these titles as my release date draws nigh.
Newton on the Christian Life
Title: Newton on the Christian Life: To Live Is Christ
Author: Tony Reinke
Foreword: John Piper
Series: Theologians on the Christian Life
Editors: Stephen Nichols and Justin Taylor
Publisher: Crossway Books
Publish Date: June 2015
W, 1; John Newton, The Works of John Newton, volume one (London; 1824).
W, 2; John Newton, The Works of John Newton, volume two (London; 1824).
W, 3; John Newton, The Works of John Newton, volume three (London; 1824).
W, 4; John Newton, The Works of John Newton, volume four (London; 1824).
W, 5; John Newton, The Works of John Newton, volume five (London; 1824).
W, 6; John Newton, The Works of John Newton, volume six (London; 1824).
Letters (Barlass); Sermons on Practical Subjects by William Barlass, Minister of the Gospel, With the Correspondence Between the Author and the Rev. John Newton (New York; 1818).
Letters (Bull); One Hundred and Twenty Nine Letters from the Rev. John Newton to Josiah Bull (London; 1847).
Letters (Bull ed.); Letters of John Newton (Banner of Truth; 1869, 2007). Previously published as Letters of the Rev. John Newton of Olney and St. Mary Woolnoth, Including Several Never Before Published, By the Rev. Josiah Bull, M.A. (London; 1869).
Letters (Campbell); Letters and Conversational Remarks, By the Late Rev. John Newton (New York; 1811).
Letters (Clunie); The Christian Correspondent: Or a Series of Religious Letters Written By the Rev. John Newton (Hull; 1790).
Letters (Coffin); Sixty-Six Letters from the Rev. John Newton to a Clergyman and His Family (London; 1844).
Letters (Dartmouth); Historical Manuscripts Commission. XV Report, Appendix, Part 1, The Manuscripts of the Earl of Dartmouth, volume three (London; 1896).
Letters (Dawson); The Life and Writings of Mrs. Dawson of Lancaster: With Nine Unpublished Letters from the Rev. John Newton (Kirkby Lonsdale; 1828).
Letters (Jay); The Autobiography of the Rev. William Jay (New York; 1855).
Letters (Jones); Twenty-Five Letters Hitherto Unpublished, of the Rev. John Newton (Edinburgh; 1847).
Letters (More); Memoirs of the Life and Correspondence of Mrs. Hannah More, volume three (London; 1835).
Letters (Palmer); The Correspondence of the Late Rev. John Newton with a Dissenting Minister [Samuel Palmer] on Various Subjects and Occasions (1809).
Letters (Ryland); Wise Counsel: John Newton’s Letters to John Ryland, Jr. (Banner of Truth; 2009).
Letters (Scott); The Force of Truth: An Authentic Narrative By Rev. Thomas Scott, To Which are Added Eight Letters to Dr. Scott by Rev. John Newton (Philadelphia; 1841).
Letters (Taylor); The Aged Pilgrim’s Triumph Over Sin and the Grace, Illustrated in a Series of Letters, Never Before Published, By the Rev. John Newton (New York; 1825).
Letters (Wilberforce); The Correspondence of William Wilberforce, volume one (Philadelphia; 1846).
Aitken; Jonathan Aitken, John Newton: From Disgrace to Amazing Grace (Crossway; 2007).
Authentic; John Newton, An Authentic Narrative, as published in The Life and Spirituality of John Newton (Regent College; 1998).
Bull; Josiah Bull, The Life of John Newton (Edinburgh; 1868, 2007).
Cecil; Richard Cecil and Marylynne Rouse, John Newton (Christian Focus; 2000).
Piper; John Newton: The Tough Roots of His Habitual Tenderness (January 20, 2001).
Eclectic; Josiah Pratt, editor, Eclectic Notes: Or Notes of Discussions on Religious Topics at the Meetings of the Eclectic Society. London. During the Years 1798–1814 (London; 1856).