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Alive or Dead
Book Description Tomando como base el texto de Efesios 2:1, el autor analiza el estado espiritual del ser humano, llegando a la conclusión de que todos estamos espiritualmente muertos por estar separados de Dios y ajenos a la vida de […]
Sermons on the Rich Man and Lazarus
Evangelistic messages emphasising the momentous issues highlighted by Jesus’ parable of the rich man and Lazarus. 128pp.
A guide to the greatness of God in his majesty and creative power, the tenderness of his care, and the marvel of his love. 144pp.
Unequalled as a handbook of Christian doctrine, written from an evangelical and reformed viewpoint. Includes questions for review. 192pp.
Summons us back to first principles about missions. Human need is not the starting place. The gospel is a call to know and worship God. 160pp.
Open Your Mouth for the Dumb
In this revised and updated booklet, Australian pastor Peter Barnes exhorts us to ‘open our mouths for the dumb’ (Prov. 31:8). 64pp.
The Primary Criterion in Evaluating Bible Versions with special reference to the New International Version
Argues for a formal equivalence approach to Scripture translation. 95pp.
Right With God
Book Description Este libro contiene un mensaje de ‘Buenas Nuevas’ para el que esta buscando una vida ‘sobre abundante’. Una vida que en si tenga una razon de ser. Muchos lectores de este libro han indicado que a traves del […]
The Parable of the Prodigal Son
An exposition of the parable of the prodigal son. 160pp.
Addresses to Ministers and Students
The best of Spurgeon’s Presidential Addresses to his Pastors’ College annual conferences. 416pp.
Volume 1: Sermons on the Acts of the Apostles
In these evangelistic sermons preached in Westminster Chapel between 1965 and 1968, ‘the Doctor’ directs his hearers away from the bankruptcy of modern thought to the only source of hope for his or any other generation, the unchanging ‘gospel of God, concerning his Son, Jesus Christ our Lord.’ Here is ‘authentic Christianity and nothing else.’ 304–352pp.
An exposition of the divine authority of Christ, of his Word, and of his Spirit. 96pp.
The Introduction to John's Gospel Simply Explained
The opening verses of John’s Gospel are used to explain who Jesus was and why he came into the world. For ages 7-10. 64pp. Illustrated.
God’s gracious purpose in the sorrows and suffering of his people. 32pp.
Reveals Warfield’s mastery of such doctrines as the Trinity, the Person and Work of Christ, Redemption, and Faith. 680pp.