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CHRISTIAN AUDIO has a free audiobook download every month.
FREE CHRISTIAN AUDIOBOOKS is a good start. For example, you can download 'All Of Grace' by CH Spurgeon in the following formats - Windows Media, mp3 or iPod.
CHRISTIAN CLASSICS ETHEREAL LIBRARY has a list of wonderful books under the heading: Recommended Readings Bookshelf. These books can be downloaded free (audio for selected titles).
EARLY CHRISTIAN WRITINGS has a vast list of books to download. Use with caution, of course!
ETERNAL LIFE MINISTRIES. Books, articles and sermons from a Reformed or Puritan Perspective. Some of these are in edited form and some in full form to download (free).
MONERGISM has a very large collection of FREE online books (linked). Some links are dead but excellent books available to read.
CHAPEL LIBRARY "Download more than 850 classic tracts and booklets and paperbacks free worldwide in PDF, Mobi, and ePub formats; and request in print in North America."
Free Christian eBooks from MONERGISM. Too many to mention - most are available Kindle .mobi and ePub formats. EG 'Answering Common Objections to Christianity from Skeptics' by Steve Hays
eChristian.com provides a digital "home base" to anyone looking for digital Christian audio, eBooks, video, podcasts, apps, and the like (USA)
SPECIFIC FREE BOOKS BY INDIVIDUAL AUTHORS
AW Pink - many books you can download free or read online. Highly recommended!
Studies on Saving Faith by A. W. Pink (also available in Kindle .mobi and ePub formats from MONERGISM).
'Martyn Lloyd Jones – Preacher' by John Peters.
J. Gresham Machen
Christianity and Liberalism (eBook) by J. Gresham Machen (EPUB, .MOBI AND .PDF FORMATS). "The purpose of this book is not to decide the religious issue of the present day, but merely to present the issue as sharply and clearly as possible, in order that the reader may be aided in deciding it for himself." (Monergism)
Counted Righteous in Christ (Should We Abandon the Imputation of Christ's Righteousness?) by John Piper.
The Future of Justification: A Response to N.T. Wright by John Piper.