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Some of our new releases are reprints that have not been available for decades, in some cases hundreds of years, while others are newly written works.

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NEW RELEASE Book Description Paul’s words in Galatians 6:14, ‘Far be it for me to boast except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ,’ highlight how central and personally significant the cross of Christ is to Christians. Jesus himself saw the cross as his divinely appointed destiny. As he began to experience the unimaginable […]

   

La Fe Que Confesamos

Confessing the Faith

by Chad Van Dixhoorn


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NEW RELEASE Descripción del libro (Book Description) En La Fe que Confesamos, Chad Van Dixhoorn ofrece una mirada fresca de un estamento clásico de la fe reformada. Este trabajo accesible, bíblico y reflexivo digiere años de estudio y enseñanza en secciones pequeñas. La Fe que Confesamos, al desafiar nuestros corazones y mentes, espera edificar e […]


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NEW RELEASE Book Description John Aaron provides here a fresh account of Thomas Charles’s life, presented against the backcloth of his day and age, and in the light of Charles’s extensive network of correspondents, both Welsh and English. In Wales, the popular picture of Thomas Charles (1755–1814) had traditionally been of the man who gave […]

   

Sermons and Addresses of George Smeaton

With Introduction & Biographical Sketch by John W. Keddie

by , , George Smeaton


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The Sermons and Addresses of George Smeaton present the reader with a selection of explorations of key Christian themes from one of Scotland’s most learned 19th century theologians. Book Description George Smeaton (1814–1889) was for over thirty years Professor of New Testament Exegesis at New College, the Edinburgh seminary of the Free Church of Scotland. […]

preparation for suffering
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Book Description The apostle Paul often taught young converts to the Christian faith that ‘we must through much tribulation enter into the kingdom of God’ (Acts 14:22). For first-century Christians suffering for Christ was an inevitable accompaniment to a life of serious discipleship. In many parts of the world little has changed since those early […]


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Book Description More than anything else, Richard Sibbes (1577–1635) was a great preacher. He never lost sight of the fact that the best Christian counselling is done by the Holy Spirit through the patient and lively exposition of God’s word. Sibbes excelled as a comforter of the troubled and doubting. But he also possessed a […]

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