|Dimensions||26.0 × 25.4 × 2.5 cm|
This binder holds 2 years of issues and is made of stout board, with wire rods to hold the magazines in place. The name Banner of Truth is stamped in gold on a black panel on the grey cloth.
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This index covers issues 1 to 315, September 1955 to December 1989. 111pp.
Magazine Issue 580
Table of Contents Serve the Lord with Gladness , C. H. Spurgeon The Majesty of Christ the King , Martin Allan News and Comment Things We Ought to Know , Peter Barnes A Letter to Pope Pius IX , Charles Hodge The Church of Rome – No Safe Guide , Douglas Taylor The Pastor-Scholar , […]
Magazine Issue 597
Table of Contents The Greatness of our Sins an Argument for Mercy , Jonathan Edwards News and Comment Pointers to God , Peter Barnes Why Bother with History? , Garry J. Williams Remembrancer of Daily Duties , John Love Thomas Guthrie: Preacher and Philanthropist , Andrew Murray Book Reviews
My purchase of the Banner Mag. goes back to 1960 and I possess most of those issues – having them brought together in folders is brilliant. They are a great resource at a time in the Church’s history when a lot of things were going on and it has been to me a guide a councillor and friend as I went through those turbulent years. I am an elder in a Presbyterian Church, first in England – now in NZ and having the Banner Mag has I’m sure! enriched the service this poor sinner has been enabled to give to the people of God, and in the wider context of gospel ministry in the world.
I can but express my thanks to the Lord for the Banner Mag and the positive influence it has been in informing and strengthening my faith over the whole period of my Christian life and the binders help me to go back and read the article that have blessed me in those years. Praise Him and thank you again for this provision.
Edward Hogg –
I have been receiving the Banner Mag since 1960 and have retained most of those copies over the years. To be able to put them in folders is brilliant because this enables me to refer to material that has greatly helped me over most of my Christian life, and during that time there have been issues in the Church that have exercised me deeply as I served as an elder since 1964 to the present day, both in the UK and here in NZ.I look upon the Banner Mag as my guide; councillor, and friend. To have them at my disposal in folders is so helpful that it enables me to consider a subject – a doctrine – an historic event in the Church’s long testimony – a recent controversy – and most appealing to me – a time of revival and awakening among the nations that I so long to see and experience for our poor blind and spiritually misguided world today.
I’m sure that I’m not the only one who finds these binders a great help in reading and study. Edward Hogg