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Author Paul A Garner
The academic culture in which science is practiced today is one of tacit - if not explicit - atheism. Nowhere is this more evident than in the scientific study of how the universe began and developed - the field of origins. This book has been written in the conviction that the first eleven ...
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 John Currid
When Jesus was asked which is the greatest commandment, he cited a passage from Deuteronomy 6 as the fundamental and first tenet of Scripture. In this Study Commentary, John Currid shows that the purpose of Deuteronomy is to teach the people of God how to behave in every area of life. And the two ...
Author Edgar Andrews
Includes appendix 'God, Black Holes and Stephen Hawking'
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 ...
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 Sonny Hernandez
“His call to be bold in our witness for Christ in our day is most appropriate, not only for those in the military chaplaincy, but for all of us who seek to live and testify for Christ.” DR. JOHN A. BATTLE, President, Western Reformed Seminary
“A bold and challenging call for military ...
Author John Blanchard
In what Rev George Curry calls a 'twelve course feast', John Blanchard enables us to see how these Minor Prophets reacted to the massive changes that swept through Israel and Judah in their lifetime. In the midst of corruption, we see God's sovereignty, hatred of sin and his wonderful love....
Author John Blanchard
When a person becomes a Christian, nothing is more important than that they should begin reading the Bible on a daily basis. It is the living and enduring word of God by which his people are helped to learn more about him, to grow in grace, to discover God's purpose for their l...
Authors Brian Croft & Jim Savastio
David Murray writes in the Foreword: ’The minister’s soul is the soul of his ministry.’ I can’t remember where I first heard this saying, but I’ve never been able to forget it. And, having read this book, I never want to forget it. In these pages, Jim Savastio and Brian Croft e...
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...
Author Timothy Cross
The cross of Christ is a vast subject and many volumes have been written to cover the various aspects of it. In these pages, author Timothy Cross takes the reader from the promise of God at the dawn of history, through the Old Testament foreshadowing into the New Testament event of the cross....
Author Terry L. Johnson
Terry Johnson's 2014 Worshipping with Calvin (EP Books) promised a follow-up work that would focus on implementation. Serving with Calvin is that work. Whereas Worshipping with Calvin argued for the revival of historic Reformed ministry and worship by focusing on its biblical, theological, a...
Author Stuart Olyott
Perhaps no other part of Scripture has had as profound an influence on the story of the Christian church as Paul’s epistle to the Romans. Luther said of Romans, ‘It can never be read or considered too much or too well, and the more it is handled, the more delightful it becomes and the better it...
Author Matt Waymeyer
A thorough and fair analysis of amillennialsim from a premillennialist perspective.
“Waymeyer stays close to the text, argues biblically, and writes in an irenic way. He has shown great respect for the body of Christ where some have differed from the premillennial view he has taken, yet he has also cour...
Author Edward Gross
We are living in days when, as Mike Breen says, we are in a “discipleship crisis…in the Western Church”. George Barna’s studies have shown that there is currently no discernible difference between the lifestyles of many believers and non-believers. This is the reason for this book: to help you f...
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...
Author Joel Beeke
Joel Beeke provides us with a first-class tour of some of the great sites of Reformed theology and spirituality. Here we meet men such as John Calvin, John Brown of Haddington, Thomas Boston and the Erskine brothers. We see their views on subjects such as evangelism, the Law, assurance, faith,...
Author Gary Gilley
Gary Gilley's three books in the This Little Church series have been widely commended and appreciated in the troubled world of the evangelical church of the 21st century.
Here is sound teaching and careful guidance, presented in a clear and accessible style.
This new edition brings all three volu...
Author Mark Jones
Si te lo pidieran, ¿podrías explicar qué es cristología?
A través de las épocas, los cristianos han luchado por defender la persona y la obra de Cristo, pues muy acertadamente lo han visto a él y lo que él ha hecho como un elemento vital de la forma en que somos salvos.
Para entender esta materia n...
Authors H. Wayne House & Daniel G Garland
Faithful Preaching will teach you a clear and systematic procedure for developing expository sermons, from reading the text of Scripture to presenting the message before your congregation. Drs. House and Garland show ministers – those who are familiar with the original l...
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 Steven J. Lawson
El ministerio de Steven Lawson es ampliamente apreciado, y su predicación y sus libros son una bendición para la iglesia en un momento de gran necesidad. El foco del ministerio del Dr. Lawson es la exposición verso a verso de la Palabra de Dios. Sus escritos incluyen apasionados ruegos por m...
Author John Currid
The central theme of the book of Joshua is that God keeps his promises. Joshua records how God was true to his word in helping Israel take possession of the promised land. What now for them? God does not leave them to carry on in their own strength. Christians, like Joshua, are to be strong and c...
Author Michael Bentley
Exodus is the account of God’s miraculous rescue of his people from Egypt, the institution of Israel’s greatest festival, the Passover, the provision of God’s law and the building of the tabernacle, which was the forerunner of the temple – all looking forward to future fulfillment in Christ.
Welwyn Commentary Series
Author J Philip Arthur
Paul's epistles to the Thessalonians were written to a young church and one that was facing persecution. Yet, in the midst of their difficulties, these new converts were noted for their work of faith, labour of love and patience of hope in our Lord Jesus Christ.
Author Derek Prime
When it seems that God is not active in human affairs, he may be most at work. He may be most present when he seems most hidden. Nowhere is this more clearly illustrated than in the book of Esther. Although God’s name is not mentioned in the book, the discerning reader may see the hand of God at ...
Author Mary Somerville
Now with NEW study questions - One with a Shepherd is a wealth of God's wisdom and grace for the wife of a man in ministry. It is biblical, practical and personal. Whether one has been a pastor's wife for some time, or is just starting out, this book will serve as a faithful friend in equippi...
Author Matt Waymeyer
Often quoting the proponents of each view regarding premillennialism, amillennialism, and postmillennialism, Revelation 20 and the Millennial Debate summarizes and contrasts the arguments of the three positions as they relate to Revelation 20. Though premillennial in its conclusions, it provide...
Author Paul Wilbur
Did you know that you have a huge inheritance and that you serve a King who exposes His plans, purposes, power, and deepest secrets to you as a citizen in His Kingdom? In "Touching the Heart of God" you will learn about this King and His Kingdom—its order, its benefits, and the privilege afforded...
Author John Blanchard
This is a new edition of this title and now includes the ESV as the main source of Scripture quotations.No part of the Bible is more dynamically relevant to today's ethical culture and spiritual climate than the Letter of James. It tackles twenty-first-century issues head-on, ruthlessly exp...
Author Jeremy Walker
A personal and pastoral assessment
If you are not sure what to think of the New Calvinism, you need to read this book. If you have friends struggling with it, you need to give them this book. If you are being reproached for not embracing it, use the arguments and cautions of this book to defend ...
This fine collection of essays marking more than fifty years of faithful ministry by Robert Oliver draws together contributions from North America (Joel R Beeke, Michael A G Haykin, Tom J Nettles and S Blair Waddell) and Europe (Guy A Davies, Philip H Eveson, Dinu Moga, Iain H Murray, Paul Oliver, R...
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...
Author Terry Johnson
Worship that is according to Scripture - revised and expanded
When the church assembles on the Lord’s Day, what is it supposed to do? Does Scripture instruct us? Does God provide directions? Or is it up to us? Is it left to ministers and “worship leaders” and worship committees to make thin...
Author Owen Palmer Robertson
This is a detailed book covering every aspect of the sermon and a section on the preacher, plus supplemental chapters on ‘Knowing God’s Will For Your Life’ and ‘Worship According to the Word.’ If you preach even occasionally, this is a book you cannot afford to miss.
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 Michael J. Vlach
This easy-to-read guide provides a one-sentence statement of the “Big Idea” of 101 of the most important ideas and people in philosophy and then follows up with a brief overview of that idea. Michael Vlach provides an exceptional guide for students or any person who desires to better unders...
Author Dr. Robert Gromacki
The Virgin Birth explicates a fundamental doctrinal summary of the Trinity, and then deals in depth with the primary passages in both Testaments that present the virgin birth and deity of Christ.
A truly remarkable study of the deity and virgin birth of Christ that may well replace Mach...
Author Joel R Beeke
Joel Beeke says that preachers are like spiritual athletes with a need to develop their skills. Thus, there is a need for the preacher to evaluate his sermons, reminding the reader that C.H. Spurgeon told his own students to leave off altogether if they ever think they can preach as well as th...
Authors Brad Brandt & Eric Kress
God in Everyday Life combines a few of the varied elements and styles of different types of study aids into one resource, in order to facilitate the biblical exposition and application of the book of Ruth. This is an expositional commentary, along with tools to help apply the bi...
Author Daniel R Hyde and William Boekestein
“Jesus is my personal Lord and Savior.”
No phrase captures better the ethos of modern evangelical Christianity. And while this is absolutely necessary for a Christian to believe and profess, what typically gets lost in much evangelical thinking and acting is Jesus’ ch...
Author Basil Howlett
On 18 October 1966, Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones, minister of Westminster Chapel and probably the greatest preacher of the 20th century, addressed a densely packed meeting in London and made an impassioned appeal for evangelicals who were divided up among the denominations to come together ‘as a f...