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Author Tom Barnes
There can be nothing more important than a matter of life or death, and here Tom Barnes deals with exactly that. He defines life and death and shows how urgent a consideration of these things is for every human being. Why does the Bible speak of what most people regard as normal life as in fact...
Author Dolores Kimball
Are you sometimes left confused by the conflicting array of feelings you experience as a woman? Do you let your heart rule your head? In this book Dolores Kimball takes an honest look at our lives as women and urges us not to allow our confusion, our tangled hearts, to rule our lives, but ...
Author John Benton
'Political Correctness' has invaded every area of public life and inevitable made its way into the church. Understanding the thinking behind the language and attitude of those who promote this change is vital for every thinking Christian. John Benton has written a guide that deals with the iss...
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 Alec Taylor
Pages 428 (hardback)
For more than 25 years, Alec Taylor has produced Pilgrim Bible Notes, initially for his own church. These notes have been carefully revised by the author to present a full year of notes in this new hard cover format.
These daily studies from each Bible book give a basic knowledge o...
John Benton says that his burden is that we rediscover, and rejoice in, the reality of what Christ achieved on the cross.
A clear, straightforward account of essential gospel truths, to counteract the dangers of unbiblical teaching. These are solid truths to live by - truly Big Deals for each one...
Author Tim Shenton
God takes an ordinary lady (by her own admission), a 'nobody', and uses her for his glory and the extension of his kingdom. A gripping story of conversion, experiences during the second world war and her adventures during twenty five years in the Congo. Here is danger, excitement, romance, fea...
Author Adrian Freer
Devout men buried Stephen and made great lamentation over him. Acts 8:2
Believers who have come to a saving faith in Jesus Christ as a result of God's sovereign, elective grace have the assurance of the Bible's promise that, once they die, their immortal soul is at once translated to heaven to be...
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...
Evangelical Press Study Commentary
Author Peter Naylor
Pages 546 (Hardback)
Although 1 Corinthians was originally written with the needs of the Corinthian congregation in mind, this is also a letter for every age. By way of preface to this volume in the EP Study Commentary series, Peter Naylor says that the letter is of a...
Author Tom Barnes
Tom Barnes shows us that a belief in the inerrant, unchanging Word of God, and therefore in God himself, is essential for our spiritual growth and vitality; indeed, for our own personal relationship and walk with Jesus Christ. Many today are doubting and devaluing Scripture, talking about its e...
Author Mostyn Roberts
As Mostyn Roberts reviews the life of this man of God, variously called a prophet for his prescient analysis of trends in culture that explains where we are today, an apologist, and even a philosopher, he shows us that fundamentally Schaeffer rejoiced, to the end, in bein...
Author Joan Ripley Smith
It has been well over a century since the death of George Muller (1805-1898), and sadly, fewer and fewer of each ensuing generation have been acquainted with the remarkable story of the man who believed unreservedly in the power of prayer. In his lifetime, Muller was known...
Author Douglas Bond and Douglas McComas
Girolamo Savonarola was born in Ferrara, Italy, in 1452. It was the year Leonardo daVinci was born. Across Europe, it was a time of development and change: Gutenburg's Bible came off the press two years later, Luther would be born when Savonarola was 31. Bot...
Author Anthony Selvaggio
The purpose of this book is not to provide the reader with another how-to book on relationships; there are plenty of other books offering that elixir. The purpose of this book is fourfold: 1. To provide you with a new found appreciation for the wonders of an oft neglected and misinterpreted ...
Author Tom Barnes
The glorification of the Christian
Tom Barnes answers such questions as:
When does glorification take place?
What does glorification consist of?
What is Jesus Christ's role in glorification?
What is the purpose of glorification?
How does this doctrine of glorification affect us now, living in ...
Evangelical Press Study Commentary
Author Gordon J Keddie
The Gospel of John has been called 'the most amazing book that was ever written'. It contains the entire message of God's Word in microcosm, taking us from eternity to eternity and shows the centrality of Jesus Christ to our lives and indeed the whole of ...
Author Douglas Bond
What is one to make of a man described as a strangely compounded, peculiarly constituted, and oddly framed? It conjures up in the mind an image of Stevenson's Mr. Hyde, or Shelley's Frankenstein, or Hugo's Quasimodo. But such is J. C. Ryle's (1816-1900) description of Augus...
Author Eryl Davies
As Geoff Thomas observes, 'Every Christian should know more about the life of Dr Lloyd-Jones'. This concise, and easy-to-read, biography gives an excellent overview of "The Doctor" and is a good place to start. Dr Lloyd-Jones, as the author observes, knew the Lord and it...
Author Richard Hannula
Through thirty years of ministry, the voice of Hugh Latimer was the clearest and most influential in England for the great truths of the Reformation. His simple gospel message, and condemnation of the church's false teaching, was despised by the church authorities, but a...
Author Sean Michael Lucas
Dubbed at his death "Doctor Fundamentalist," J. Gresham Machen (1881-1937) was one of the most significant defenders of evangelical Christianity in the early twentieth century. Raised in American Presbyterianism, he wrestled deeply with the challenge of Protestant Mode...
Author Pete Sullivan
Tucked away in St Mary's Square in Gloucester stands an imposing Victorian monument to the memory of John Hooper (c1500 -1555), second Bishop of Gloucester and one of the first Protestant martyrs during the reign of "Bloody Mary".
Drawing from a wide range of sources - particu...
Author John Murray
John J.Murray shows how Knox, as well as modeling the Church in Scotland, laid the foundation of an extraordinary forward-looking new state, way ahead of the time in such matters as education, social welfare and democracy. The Reformation had its effect in all spheres of national...
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 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 Richard Hannula
Samuel Rutherford is among the most loved authors of the Puritan period: his letters, written largely to members of his congregation at Anwoth in Galloway, Scotland are still available, having never been out of print since 1664. C H Spurgeon said of those letters, Hold off ...
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 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 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 Faith Cook
What a life! What superlatives can do it justice? The name is strong and affirmative ... Zachary Macaulay. It rolls on your tongue - say it aloud. Then see how this man's three-score years and ten were lived. What a journey he took from a Scottish manse in Inverary, Argyllshire, t...
Author Tom Barnes
Atonement Matters is first and foremost a book that calls teachers, preachers, counsellors, parents and authors to follow Paul's admonition to Titus and to declare unashamedly the full and rich biblical teaching on the atonement.
This doctrine states that Christ came not merely to make all mankind ...
Author John Legg
Do you hear names of Christians of the past and wonder how they fit into the flow of church history? In The church that Christ built John Legg has captured the key moments of the history of the church from the time following the apostles. His historical snapshots race through the centuries encapsul...
Author Edgar Andrews
The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, says Who made God? deals with complex subjects 'in a palatable form'. A book by a distinguished scientist about the existence of God, with chapter headings like 'Steam engine to the stars' and 'The tidy pachyderm' has to be different. It is. Dr Andrew...
Author Roger Ellsworth
Just ten minutes a day!
This book is for you.
..if you have not made up your mind about Jesus Christ. The hope is that you will find the truth.
..if you have doubts or a cool heart. The hope is that those lingering doubts will dissolve and your chilled heart will be warmed.
Roger Ellsworth le...
Author J V Fesko
In this fascinating work, examining the fruits of the Spirit from Galatians 5, John Fesko shows us that godliness comes through the work of the Holy Spirit and manifests itself as the fruit of the Spirit. This is not produced on our own, but rather Christ through his Spirit produces it in us. Th...
Author Faith Cook
William Grimshaw of Haworth in Yorkshire, born 14 September 1708, was regarded by J. C. Ryle as one of the three greatest men of the eighteenth-century Evangelical Revival; the other two being John Wesley and George Whitefield. And yet he is little known today.One reason for this is that he left b...
Author Alun Ebenezer
The book of Revelation may appear at first to be very difficult to understand and full of puzzling symbols. But far from trying to confuse its readers, its purpose was, and is, to comfort and give hope to people who trust in the Lord Jesus Christ.
Edward Donnelly (Belfast) calls this 'an in...
Pages 44 (A5 Booklet)
If today you enjoy the digital convenience of e-mail, iPads, smart phones and Facebook, try an internet search for the meaning of heaven and you will not get what you will find here. John Blanchard has once again written a compelling, insightful and thoroughly researched booklet that I...