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4 Volume Set
The complete writtings of John Murray, one of the shinning stars of 20th century Presbyterianism. 1224pp.
Volume 4: Studies in Theology
A number of longer articles on doctrinal subjects, along with selections from Murray’s work in historical theology. 400pp.
Volume 3: Life, Sermons, Reviews
An illustrated biography by Iain H. Murray, and the first published collection of John Murray’s sermons, with several reviews. 408pp.
Volume 2: Systematic Theology
Murray’s own selection from his articles and lectures in systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia. 432pp.
Volume 1: The Claims of Truth
The most important of Murray’s shorter writings illustrating his conviction that theology should be ‘shot through with ardent devotion’. 392pp.
Volume 2: The Full Harvest 1860-1892
The story of the life of the ‘prince of preachers’, largely in Spurgeon’s own words. Here is an inspiring record of a Christian life which continues to be of blessing for so many. 580 & 536pp.
2 Volume Set
The ‘must read’ autobiography on the life and work of one of Christianity’s most able preachers: Charles Haddon Spurgeon. 1116pp.
Faith Cook has used unpublished and little-known sources to produce this comprehensive biography of the man of whom John Wesley said, ‘A few such as him would make a nation tremble. He carries fire wherever he goes.’ 368pp.
Expounds the biblical teaching on faith, combining the solid content of the truth with the personal challenge of the gospel. 264pp.
Three addresses by ‘The Doctor’ at the IFES Conference in 1971, dealing with commitment to the biblical gospel. 80pp.
Meditations on Isaiah
98 short meditations on the entire book of Isaiah, underlining the greatness of God and encouraging joy in his victory. 224pp.
A Study in Psalm 139
A devotional exposition of Psalm 139. 128pp.
As a pastor of the flock of God, Ryle seeks to guard Christ’s sheep and to warn them of approaching dangers. 176pp.
Summons us back to first principles about missions. Human need is not the starting place. The gospel is a call to know and worship God. 160pp.
A Collection Of Puritan Prayers
A best-selling collection of prayers and meditations in the Puritan tradition. Paperback 240pp.
366 Daily Bible Readings by Graham Miller
Daily devotional Bible readings to encourage reading, meditation on, and obedience to the Word of God. 386pp.
Authentic or Synthetic?
In Today’s Gospel: Authentic or Synthetic?, Chantry uses the story of the rich young ruler (Mark 10:17-27) to present the true nature of the gospel, and expose the unbiblical ways in which it is presented today. 96pp.
Some Thoughts on the Biblical Doctrine of Inspiration
The classic popular exposition of the biblical doctrine of inspiration. 280pp.
His Life and Legacy in Ireland and Australia
The author of In Understanding Be Men comes alive in this biography, as scholar, evangelist, pioneer, pastor and college principal — but chiefly as an outstanding Mr Standfast for Jesus Christ. 198pp.
Unequalled as a handbook of Christian doctrine, written from an evangelical and reformed viewpoint. Includes questions for review. 192pp.
This one-volume biography of the ‘Prince of Preachers’ will introduce Spurgeon to those ignorant of him and his achievements, but will also stir the interest of those who value his unique ministry. 272pp.
The Battle For Gospel Preaching
Elaborates the issues involved in ‘The Battle for Gospel Preaching’ between Spurgeon and fellow Baptists of Hyper-Calvinistic views. 184pp.
What is needed now, as never before,’ says A. W. Pink, ‘is a full, positive, constructive setting forth of the Godhood of God.’ 168pp. Reset edition 2009.
Conquests of faith in the lives of godly men and women such as Col. James Gardiner, Archibald Brown and Sally Wesley. 192pp.
An Illustrated Account of 20 Centuries of Christ's Power
A popular, fully illustrated introduction to church history from the early Church Fathers to the days of the modern missionary movement. 256pp.
Christians in Adversity
The reality of the faith that carries Christians victoriously through trials is brought home through 14 short biographies. 208pp. Illustrated.
With an account of his life by J.C. Ryle
A ‘judicious and representative’ selection of the sermons of George Whitefield, together with an account of his life by J. C. Ryle.
A Study in Biblical Demonology
A lucid, biblical review of Christian teaching on such issues as the existence and activity of Satan, demon-possession and the occult. 200pp.
Using authoritative Roman Catholic documents, the author provides an instructive, thought-provoking and personally challenging analysis of Roman Catholic teaching and how it compares with Scripture. 184pp.
A Straighforward Guide For Those Searching For a Personal Faith in God
A straightforward guide for those searching for a personal faith in God. ‘An evangelistic classic . . . meticulously biblical’ (Grace Magazine). 128pp.
This balanced and exceptionally helpful exposition of Ephesians 6:1–4 shows how the gospel wonderfully tranforms the relationship between parents and children within the Christian home. 96pp.
The Legacy of Calvin and His Successors
Examines the theological development of personal assurance of faith in English Puritanism and the Dutch Second Reformation. 416pp.
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