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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 Faith Cook
What was it like to be a Christian in England in the turbulent times from the close of the reign of Henry VIII, through Edward VI, the nine days of Lady Jane Grey and the persecution under Bloody Queen Mary? In this gripping and accessible novel, Faith Cook takes real characters and events and ble...
Author Donald Fortson
In 1872 Professor Charles Hodge celebrated fifty years of teaching at Princeton Seminary in New Jersey. For a half century, Dr Hodge had trained almost three thousand ministers, missionaries, and professors who had carried the gospel message throughout the United States a...
Author Christian Puritz
The life of Wilhelm Busch progressed from a Christian home, through conversion amidst the horrors of the First World War, to student life against the background of the crushing inflation of the Weimar Republic period. Then followed the Nazi period, times of suffering lived out against 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 Carolyn Gossage
At the outbreak of the Second World War, Prime Minister Winston Churchill created the SOE (Special Operations Executive) to “set Europe ablaze” as he said, by working with resistance groups in Nazi-occupied countries in Europe—especially in France. Count Robert De La Rochefoucauld’s memoir of ...
Author Patrick Hunt
Patrick Hunt's original fabulist tales, Greek Musings, derive from his experiences in Greece spread out over a lifetime. Both memoir and myth combine here in sometimes amusing, sometimes numinous encounters with Greek culture past and present. This small collection should add to Hunt's stature as...
Author Peter Appelbaum
The first World War changed the world.
It also changed the lives of millions of soldiers and civilians. Though many often think of the Western Front, there was also the oft-forgotten Eastern Front from which the writings in this book are derived. Selig Schachnowitz, a gentle soul who wrote much...
Author John Crotts
The people who know John Newton's name often only know one or two things about him. They recognize that he authored one of the most popular hymns of all time, 'Amazing Grace'. They possibly know that he was a slaveship captain before he wrote that hymn - even in this introdu...
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 James Wright
On April 18, 2007, three men gave their lives for Jesus Christ. Two Turkish Christians and one German . . . began their day simply wanting to spend time with local men they thought genuinely wanted to study the Bible. Instead, five hostile young men met their kindness and hospitality with betrayal and tre...
Author Patrick Hunt
Pascal (1623-1662) and Voltaire (1694-1778) were two of the most influential thinkers of the broader Enlightenment Era. Although their lifetimes did not overlap, they shared common interests. However, their very different philosophical perspectives would have strongly clashed. What might a conver...
Author Ron Prosise
Preacher and homiletics professor Steve Brown once said, “If you get one good illustration out of an illustration book, it's worth every dime you paid for it.” Preaching Illustrations from Church History is a ready reference of over four hundred choice illustrations for use in preaching and teaching.
Author Simonetta Carr
Renee of France is little known today, but this fascinating and often controversial woman was a correspondent of Calvin. She loved the Reformation, but in sixteenth century Italy such a position could not be lightly held. Add in a husband (the Duke of Ferrara) who serve...
Author Faith Cook
There is no change more radical in the life of any person than that which comes about when they come to faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Every part of their being is touched, and at the deepest level. In these thrilling accounts, Faith Cook takes individuals from the sixteenth to the twentieth cent...
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 Daniel A. Martinez & Timothy J. Demy
Featuring more than 300 entries associated with the historic Japanese surprise attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7 1941, this book provides a ready reference to the ships, people, places, planes, and other matters of the battle.
Among the many entries are:
The 2013 revised edition has:
Over 1,500 marks and images
Illustrated, cross-referenced and indexed
Eagle numbers from 1 through 219
Extensive reference bibliography
"The 3rd edition includes many new entries and images & solves old mystery marks."
"The "Little Book" is simply the most valuable reference guide to Mexican silver hallmarks y...
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 Kevin Bidwell
The Westminster Standards—the 1647 Confession of Faith, the Larger and Shorter Catechism—are presented here in a lightly modernized English, intended to allow the twenty-first century reader to grasp the meaning of the original without introducing any changes. In addition the Apostles’ Creed, th...
Author Sandy Finlayson
Thomas Chalmers (1780-1847) was the first Moderator of the Free Church of Scotland's General Assembly and much, much more. He dominated the life of the Scottish Church in the mid-19th Century and his influence was felt much further afield, through his visionary thinking, wri...
Author Colin Hamer
Thomas Cranmer, one of the Reformation's most famous martyrs, can accurately be described as the architect of the Church of England. His involvement in England's break with the Roman Church was crucial. This 'warts and all' biography is, however, honest about Cranmer's weakn...
Author Brian Edwards
A common sailor at the age of eleven and press-ganged onto a man-of-war at nineteen, John Newton experienced the thrill of action against French warships and the cruel lash of navy discipline for desertion. Rejecting God and morality, Newton entered the slave-trade, became a slave himself and, b...
Author William Boekestein
'William Boekestein’s ‘bitesize biography’ of Ulrich Zwingli is both very informative and enjoyable. It will provide the reader with a knowledgeable introduction to the life and work of one of the towering figures of the Reformation.'
Luca Baschera, Research Fello...
Author Faith Cook
Faith Cook writes an historical novel about Tom, whose life of hardship was typical of the days in which he lived, and has been drawn from many true-life events. He comes into contact with William Grimshaw, the fiery curate of Haworth with a burning desire to teach God's truth and care for his ...
Author Jason Zuidema
Jason Zuidema has written a thrilling account of William Farel's life and challenges the classic thinking that a worn-out Farel handed over to Calvin in Geneva. Although Farel was some twenty years older than Calvin he was an intellectual giant and continued to be a major ...
Author Ian J Shaw
Most people encounter William Gadsby through singing the small number of his hymns that are still in general use. In Strict Baptist circles his name continues to be held in high esteem for his work as a preacher, for his hymn book, and as founder of the Gospel Standard magazin...
Author Joel Beeke and Stephen Yuille
William Perkins (1558–1602) earned a bachelor’s degree in 1581 and a master’s degree in 1584 from Christ’s College in Cambridge. During those student years he joined up with Laurence Chaderton, who became his personal tutor and lifelong friend. Perkins and ...
Author Terry L Johnson
In this carefully-written and important landmark book, Terry L Johnson takes note of the revival in Calvinist thinking that is evident across a broad spectrum of the church. But, he notes, for Calvinism to continue to thrive, attention must begin to be paid to the ministry and worship that alo...