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A book for young people, with stories of men and women who had faith in Christ and loved him more than anything else. 128pp.
Splendid introductions to classics such as Guthrie’s The Christian’s Great Interest, Rutherford’s Letters and Ryle’s Christian Leaders. 128pp.
The Story of J.C. Philpot and William Tiptaft
A moving account of two brothers in Christ and their incredible relationship as they, together, left the Established Church of England in the 1830s. 208pp.
Shows from Scripture that the only hope for lost men and women is the grace of a God who actually saves. 144pp.
Studies in Philippians 4
With great lucidity and sanity, John Gwyn-Thomas paints an authentic portrait of the Christian life as one in which great seriousness and intense joy are married together. 176pp.
A Collection of Reformed and Puritan Documents on Church Issues
A Collection of Reformed and Puritan Documents on Church Issues’ with introductory notes. 416pp.
A workbook to encourage careful and enjoyable Bible study, and to help readers think for themselves about the real message of Mark’s Gospel. 118pp. Spiral binding. Illustrated.
The Fore-Runner of the Charismatic Movement
A gripping portrait of this remarkable but sadly mistaken Christian, the ‘fore-runner of the charismatic movement’. 208pp. Illustrated.
A selection by Sinclair B. Ferguson of William Still’s pastoral letters to his Aberdeen congregation. 208pp.
Death, Judgment, Heaven and Hell
A plain, non-speculative study on death, judgment, heaven and hell. 160pp.
This index covers issues 1 to 315, September 1955 to December 1989. 111pp.
Brief Sabbath meditations from Bonar’s diary, letters and sermons. 244pp.
Sermons on the Rich Man and Lazarus
Evangelistic messages emphasising the momentous issues highlighted by Jesus’ parable of the rich man and Lazarus. 128pp.
Christianity or Evolution?
Shows that the philosophy of evolution cannot be combined with the teaching of the Bible. 184pp.
These Christians are unrecorded in the world’s annals of fame, but if the true principle of living Christianity is simple dependence upon God, and child-like faith, then their lives are eminent among those ‘of whom the world is not worthy’. 144pp.
Understanding the ways of God through the experience of the psalmists
Draws on the experience of the Old Testament psalmists to help us begin to understand the ways of God. 196pp.
Volume 2: Old Testament, 1 Samuel - Malachi
Dr. William C. Culbertson of Moody Bible Institute wrote 'The Child's Story Bible is the best summary of the Bible in story form anywhere available.' 256pp.
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.
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.
These sermons preached in the Chapel of Princeton Seminary are biblically instructive and spiritually engaging expositions. 280pp.
Christian Experience is a selection of material drawn from the later years of Donald MacDonald’s ministry. These fourteen chapters contain vital spiritual truth illuminated by the personal anecdotes of a man who saw the whole of life in focus because his eyes were fixed on Christ. 147pp.
“The people that do know their God shall be strong”, wrote Daniel. It was not as a learned exegete but as a humble pupil in the school of God that E. J. Young taught the Scriptures until his death in 1968. His commentary on Daniel is not the least valuable part of his legacy to the church. 332pp.
Highlights the weaknesses of contemporary preaching and suggests ways to overcome them. 32pp.
The nature and effects of true conversion. 24pp.
A careful and lucid explanation of salvation by grace through faith. 28pp.
The biblical basis of true Christian experience. 32pp.
The essential elements of faithful Christian living. 32pp.
A persuasive presentation of the unchanging gospel. 32pp.
Biblical guidelines for growing to Christian maturity. 32pp.
The Vindication Of God
Above all else, the cross is a vindication of the character of God. 32pp.
A straightforward summary of the Christian gospel. 16pp.
The tragedy of a merely nominal evangelicalism. 16pp.
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