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Author Louis Markos
The ancient world was not ancient to its inhabitants – it was a vibrant world full of ideas. Studying people from the outside affords knowledge and insight, but to transform that knowledge and insight into wisdom and discernment, we must open ourselves to seeing the world through the eyes of the...
Author Patrick Hunt
This volume uses archaeology (and its related sciences), history, and linguistics to enrich the context and interpretation of ten biblical passages. In so doing, Patrick Hunt views some of the many features of cultural, social and historical backgrounds of the texts while giving readers an apprec...
Author John Gibbon
Who was the strange, enigmatic old man present at the nocturnal meeting hosted by old Nebuzaradan, one of Babylon's great princes? Boaz the orphan boy and one of the Judahite exiles residing in Babylon, was also in attendance, together with the elders of his community. As the night progressed, the...
Author Lee GatissISBN 9781783971954Pages 234
Lee Gatiss’ Cornerstones of Salvation is a model for historical theology done in service of the church. The scholarship is penetrating in its depth, yet written in an engaging manner able to speak to the general reader. Indeed, the historical questions have been aptly chosen for their clear relevance...
Author S.D. Ellison
What are the five solas? Why do they matter? Are they biblical? How do they apply to me?
Five: The Solas of the Reformation, by S. D. Ellison, is a primer written to introduce readers to the glorious truths of the Reformation. This book will guide people through the historical and biblical basis...
Author Various Authors
How is it that Israel has become so forsaken in the history of the church, and why does this matter today? With a mastery of the subject matter, the faculty of Shepherds Theological Seminary guide readers through the history of how the Christian church has been forsaking Israel from the time o...
Foreward Joel Beeke
The Jonathan Edwards for the Church conference met in February 2014 in Durham, England. Not a dry academic, historical conference of little or no relevance to real life, this meeting heard papers that showed the relevance of Edwards for today's church.
"This collection of essays does more th...
Author Allan M Harman
Joseph Addison Alexander spent most of his life in Princeton, graduating from the College at the age of seventeen, amazing his fellow students with his abilities. He was intensely studious, full of personal piety, gifted with an amazing memory and was a formidable linguis...
Author Curt Daniel
With a forewords by both Joel Beeke and Jon MacArthur, you would be right to expect something special from this book. It is the result of decades of study and teaching. It provides a comprehensive overview of Calvinism in two sections: the "History" surveys the Reformed theologians and preachers, ...
Author Faith Cook
…‘Lady Jane called out in a clear voice. “Lord, into thy hands I commend my spirit.” Then with a stroke, swift, sharp and terrible, Jane’s short life was ended. Like the Apostle Paul she had fought a good fight, finished the course and kept the faith. Henceforth there was laid up for her a crown o...
Author John Bunyan
John Bunyan's timeless classic of the Christian's dangerous journey through this valley of tears has been read and loved since he first penned it while in Bedford jail for preaching the gospel. First published in 1678 it has been in print ever since. This version keeps the flavor of Bunyan’s ori...
Author Kevin Bidwell
The Westminster Standards are more than 370 years old, and yet they are undiminished in their importance for the people of God. Joel Beeke has written of them:
For the last three and a half centuries, the Westminster Standards have trained generations of men and women to live with courageous pe...