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A Doctrinal Introduction
Clearly expounds such key biblical themes as grace, faith, repentance, new birth and assurance. 240pp.
Shows how the Spirit of sonship, freedom, discipline, prayer and the sacraments all contribute to our experience of the Father’s love. 144pp.
The Scottish Evangelical Revival of the Eighteenth Century
The author uses first-hand accounts to tell of the 1742 revival. 272pp.
The Gospel In The World
Subtitled ‘The Gospel in the World,’ shows that every moment of life can be lived fully to the glory of God. 144pp.
Shows why and how the Lord’s Day is meant to be one of joy for God’s people. 120pp.
Old & New Testaments
The ripe fruit of the 39 years which Vos spent teaching Biblical Theology at Princeton. 436pp.
Word & Spirit in Conversion
Help on the beginnings of the spiritual life from an examination of the essential strands of biblical teaching. 136pp.
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.
Two addresses on John 17 and Ephesians 4, pointing to timeless truths which should never be obscured. 96pp.
An exposition of the divine authority of Christ, of his Word, and of his Spirit. 96pp.
The Parable of the Prodigal Son
An exposition of the parable of the prodigal son. 160pp.
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.
I had never heard such preaching and was electrified. All that I know about preaching, I can honestly say, I learned from “the Doctor”. I have never heard another preacher with so much of God about him’. -J.I. Packer. 272pp.
To Glorify and Enjoy God provides a comprehensive introduction to the background, history, character and contributions of the Westminster Divines and their Assembly. 352pp.
The stories of four young men who made an extraordinary spiritual impact on their generation—David Brainerd, Henry Martyn, Robert Murray M‘Cheyne and Ion Keith-Falconer—and whose example and passion still call us to greater devotion for Christ. 272pp.
A one-volume compendium of theology which expounds Christianity according to the Reformed position. 784pp.
Studies in Theology contains articles by Warfield on a wide and fascinating variety of themes. The 21 essays in this volume provide a glorious kaleidoscope of Warfield's written ministry. 690pp.
1683 - 1911
A fascinating series of sketches of leaders in the Southern Presbyterian Church between colonial times and 1911 when White wrote. 512pp.
Some Aspects of Christian Ministry Today
Some Aspects of Christian Ministry Today’, which will encourage those who have obeyed Christ’s call to serve him. 96pp.
These sermons preached in the Chapel of Princeton Seminary are biblically instructive and spiritually engaging expositions. 280pp.
The Autobiography of a Faithful Pastor
The autobiography of a faithful pastor, who served his church in a working-class district of Liverpool for 33 years, and under whose ministry the ‘sixteen acres of sin’ were transformed. 384pp.
The Making and Marring of American Evangelicalism 1750 - 1858
Subtitled ‘The Making and Marring of American Evangelicalism 1750–1858’, this book traces the spiritually epoch-making events of the 18th and 19th centuries and rejects the frequent identification of ‘revival’ with ‘revivalism’. 480pp.
Their Origins & Successors
Brings together the addresses given by Dr Lloyd-Jones at the Puritan Studies and Westminster Conferences 1959–1978. 448pp.
Four Stalwarts of the South
The lives of four of the most influential men in a rich period of evangelical history in America (1791–1902)—Daniel Baker, J. H. Thornwell, Benjamin M. Palmer and John L. Girardeau. 224pp.
The Biblical Basis for Understanding Revival
Presents the biblical teaching on which our understanding of revival should be based. 240pp.
The question of how to preach the gospel effectively today is difficult for many to answer; that it can be done from the Old Testament is frequently doubted. The importance of this volume lies in the way it illustrates the answer to these difficulties. 304pp.
Reminiscences of S.M. Houghton
An informal account of the author’s life and times. 160pp.
A gripping narrative of the English Reformation through the lives of Bilney, Tyndale, Latimer, Ridley and Cranmer. 320pp.
Vividly retold stories of Alexander Henderson, Samuel Rutherford, John Bunyan and Richard Baxter. 248pp.
The heart-stirring and compelling story of a strong and complex character—a ‘Mr Valiant-for-truth’ who was also a humble Christian. A revised and enlarged edition of Murray’s original 1981 biography. 368pp.
Takes us behind the public figure—J. H. Thornwell’s successor in Columbia, South Carolina—to the humble, prayerful Christian whose life was marked by affliction. 704pp.
1919 - 1981
Over one hundred of ‘the Doctor’s’ personal letters, selected and with Notes by Iain H. Murray. 272pp.
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