Originally published: 1800s
Filter by year:
- 1840 (actually 2004)
- 1843 (actually 1961)
- 1859 (actually 1959)
- 1869, 1880
- 1877 (actually 1998)
- 1890 (actually 1993)
- 1892 (actually 1923)
- 1899 (actually 2005)
Showing 129–160 of 175 results
The Gospel of the Kingdom
The only commentary on a complete New Testament book ever written by Spurgeon. Here are reverence of the very words of Scripture, faithful teaching, deep insight, practical application, profound simplicity and spiritual power. Originally published as The Gospel of the Kingdom. 456pp.
The clear, concentrated note-style of Alexander is perfect for Acts. All his commentaries are characterised by the same brief, lucid comments. Justly famous’—Tabernacle Bookshop Catalogue. 992pp.
Singluarly clear, without the technicalities of critical opinion, sets out what the words mean and the effect which their truth should have upon the conscience and life. 720pp.
With a good translation . . . fruitful comments, and profitable dissertations, this volume is about as complete a guide to the smaller epistles as one could desire’—Spurgeon. 464pp.
Calendar of Daily Readings
A scheme for reading the whole Bible—and the New Testament and Psalms twice—in a year. Leaflet.
A Course of Lectures on Preaching
A Course of Lectures on Preaching’. 364pp.
A Book on the Deity of Christ. In C.H. Spurgeon’s opinion the book, first published in 1867, is ‘small but precious and much to our personal edification’.
The Argument of the Book of Job Unfolded
The Argument of the Book of Job Unfolded’ by a great OT scholar. 192pp.
Sermons of Hugh Martin
Sermons in which Martin (1822-85) traces all blessings to Jesus. 261pp.
A Defence of The Westminster Standards
A defence of the reformed faith and common criticisms of it. 184pp.
Life & Labours
Nettleton (1783–1843) was a leading figure in one of the most important half-centuries in American church history. 450pp.
Help for seekers and doubting Christians about God’s way of salvation. 96pp.
This one-volume edition of Fuller’s Works contains a vast array of riches, including the epoch-making The Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation. 1120pp.
Demonstrates Hodge’s ability to communicate the best theology in a satisfying and pleasant manner. 432pp.
Selected From His Letters and Papers by Edward Morgan
Selections from the letters and papers of the 18th-century minister of Bala in North Wales, with a biographical sketch by Iain H. Murray. 520pp.
Dabney’s helpful work is rich in content and stimulating in style. 910pp.
A Series of Devotional Meditations
Devotional meditations described as the greatest single volume of the 19th century on the last days of Christ’s earthly ministry. 464pp.
Plain Advice for Plain People
A collection of Spurgeon’s humorous articles on topical subjects. Originally published as John Ploughman’s Talk and John Ploughman’s Pictures, this fine one volume edition includes all the original illustrations. 328pp.
Transcribed from M‘Cheyne’s sermon notes by Dr Michael D McMullen, these volumes are a precious treasure from the godly and devoted minister of St Peter’s Church, Dundee. 208, 336 & 192pp.
Stirring mini-biographies of the Christian heroes of Scotland from the 1520s to the ‘killing times’ of the 1680s. 672pp.
A series of addresses on the leading historical characters and the great biblical doctrines of the Reformation. 628pp.
Outlines of Discourses, Doctrinal and Practical
Hodge (1797-1878) was for over 50 years a professor at Princeton. This book contains the outlines of addresses given by him to students on Sunday afternoons, when they gathered in the Oratory. 400pp.
From the Sixth to the Nineteenth Century
A readable and popular survey of Scotland’s leading preachers from the time of Columba to the late 19th-century. 368pp.
A Collection of the Sunday Morning Prayers of Charles Spurgeon
A collection of prayers drawn primarily from Sunday morning services at the Metropolitan Tabernacle. Permeated with Scripture and full of the promises of God. 192pp.
A masterful condensation of the doctrinal positions of historic Christianity. Reprinted from the rewritten and enlarged edition of 1878. 680pp.
A much-loved classic which contains Bonar’s life of M‘Cheyne and a wide selection of his sermons, letters and other writings. 664pp.
Letters from the South Seas
John Paton’s wife gives an enthralling and inspiring account of missionary life in the New Hebrides from the 1860s to the 1890s. 344pp.
The lives of the author’s father and uncle, members of the Scottish aristocracy, who became identified for fifty years with many of the foremost evangelical enterprises of the 19th century. 728pp.
Apart from a short period of missionary service in India, John Milne (1807–68) spent his whole ministry in Perth as a pastor and evangelist. Bonar’s account of one who lived close to Christ remains a guide to what the churches need in every age. 464pp.
Contemporary Christians can learn much from these reminiscences of the life of ‘Rabbi’ Duncan. 256pp.
With Select Writings
An autobiographical account of the life of John Brown of Haddington (1722–1787), with additional material from his youngest son. 208pp.
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.
Showing 129–160 of 175 results