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Written shortly after his father’s death by his son and successor at Princeton, this life of Charles Hodge brings together a wealth of material from letters, diaries, journal articles, and personal reflections. Full of interest for all kinds of readers. 672pp. Illustrated.
Introduction by Iain H. Murray
Edited by his son-in-law, this volume of Chalmers’ correspondence gives an insight into the great Scottish evangelical leader. 576pp.
With a Biographical Introduction by Andrew Bonar
This selection by Newton’s biographer covers a wide variety of subjects and aims ‘to conform the believer to Christ.’ Includes biographical sketches and historical notes by the editor. 432pp.
A fascinating insight into the life and times of an 18th-century minister, and practical spiritual counsel of perennial wisdom. 624pp.
A reset, complete and unabridged one-volume edition containing all three series of lectures, together with Commenting and Commentaries. 928pp.
This ‘outstanding classic’ contains nine of Sprague’s lectures on the ‘vital and urgently important matter’ of revival, together with twenty letters on the subject by various 19th-century American evangelical leaders. 432pp.
The Autobiography of the Pioneer Missionary to the New Hebrides (Vanuatu)
The moving and gripping account of the life of the great pioneer missionary to the New Hebrides. 340pp.
Lectures on Doctrine
Within this volume readers will find 'the learning of a scholar and the enthusiasm of a loving Christian'. Hodge gave his students 'theology, exposition, demonstration, orthodoxy, learning, but giving all this to them warm.' 456pp.
The Want of the Times
The abiding impressiveness of James’ classic on the Christian ministry lies largely in the manner in which he presents one simple idea: ‘it is feeling which gives power to words and thoughts.’ 296pp.
A supplement to the author’s 2-volume Discussions: Evangelical and Theological, this compilation includes Dabney’s treatment of various issues in society, together with some biographical sketches. 504pp.
In this invaluable study we find Smeaton’s sensitive theological acumen, his skill in judicious exposition, and his evident devotion to the person of Jesus Christ. Like its companion volume, The Apostles’ Doctrine of the Atonement, a work to be read and re-read. 520pp.
With an Inquiry into the Causes of its Inefficiency
Bridges sub-titled the study of the Christian Ministry, ‘An Inquiry into the Causes of its Inefficiency’, and, rightly used, it is well suited to promote a faithful and effective ministry. 400pp.
Sermons on Hebrews 11
These 65 sermons on Hebrews 11:1–31 illustrate the great theme of faith in action. 712pp.
A marvellous study which serves both as a doctrinal treatise on the atonement and as a commentary on many of the most important passages in the New Testament. With the same author’s Christ’s Doctrine of the Atonement, presents ‘an unparalled exposition to which preachers can turn when expounding any New Testament book’—Sinclair B. Ferguson. 560pp.
Diary & Life
The Diary and Life of Andrew Bonar (1810-92) gives a panoramic view of one of the most fascinating periods of Scotland’s church history.
First expounded in Geneva in 1817, Haldane’s work has been described as unsurpassed in warmth of spirit and practical application. 736pp.
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