May 2020

Magazine Issue 680

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Table of Contents

  • All Men Are Really Seeking After God — Ian Hamilton
  • News and Comment
  • Christ the Bride — A Brief Introduction to the Book of Proverbs (2) — Gary Brady
  • Change-mania — Robert Strivens
  • The Curse of Plague; the Blessing of Faith — Peter Barnes
  • Thomas Manton and the Baptists — James M. Renihan
  • The Iolaire — Where Was God When It Sank?
  • Three Hills Worth Dying On in Missions
  • Book Reviews

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