Spring Branch Book House LogoSpring Branch Book House is the publishing ministry of Spring Branch Academy.  Both ministries seek to promote the glory of God through the exposition of Scripture, the explanation of history, and the application of faith in Christ to all of life, and to do so beautifully. “The preacher sought to find delightful words and to write words of truth correctly” (Ecclesiastes 12:10).

The articles, booklets, and books listed here are available as free downloads in digital format, and one is also available in hard-copy format (see the announcement for details). New materials are posted periodically, so stay tuned for updates on these and other projects.


The Development of Trinitarian Doctrine in the Arian Controversy

The Divine Name in the Gospel of John

John Calvin and the Will

Providence, Free Agency, and Cause

The Significance of Fundamentalism in the Doctrinal Development of the Universal Church


A Question-Answer Book on American History

A Question-Answer Book on Biblical History

Evangelicals and Catholics: A Young Seminarian Looks at an Old Debate

My Sense of Calling as a Christian Historian

The Lenitive of Sorrow

Thirty Words from the Holy Book


A Baptist Catechism

A Southern Unionist: The Ministry of William T. Brantly and the State of Evangelical Unity in the Triennial Convention

How I Love Your Law, O Lord! Meditations on Psalm 119 about Life in the Word

Loyal Love and Redemption: The Message of the Book of Ruth

Mature Unity

Seven Baskets of Fragments: Essays on Scripture, the Gospel, Ministry, and Culture

Studies in Proverbs

Announcement: A hard copy of A Question-Answer Book on American History by Pastor Bob is available! You can learn more about this resource and purchase a copy here.

From the description:

“Would you like a map of American history? This Question-Answer Book outlines the spiritual and political past of the American people, including the heroes and villains of American church history. Though useful to everyone, this book is especially designed for the education of American children. Lessons are graded according to their difficulty, with children memorizing answers at their level. By God’s grace, American children will gain a sense of the vices and virtues of this land as part of the overall providence of God in history.”