History & Biography

Here are books on significant events and revivals in the history of the Church as well as Christian biographies (pastoral, missionary, puritan and reformer biographies). These books are warm theological reflections on historical events and people which challenge readers to learn from what God has accomplished through His Church in the past. Noteworthy books include The Agency that Transformed a Nation by J.C. Ryle, Amy Carmichael by Iain H. Murray, and The Life of John Calvin by W.J. Grier.

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Cover Image of 'Calvin And the Calvinists'
price $19.00 $17.10

Description

Challenges the thesis that later Calvinism departed from the doctrines of John Calvin himself. 92pp.

The Atonement Controversy

In Welsh Theological Literature and Debate, 1707 - 1841

by Owen Thomas


price $30.00 $27.00

Description

Details the discussion in Welsh theological literature and debate (1707–1841), seeking to understand the nature and extent of the atonement. Translated by John Aaron. 432pp.

Book Cover for 'Archibald G. Brown'

Archibald G. Brown

Spurgeon's Successor

by Iain H. Murray


price $29.00 $26.10

Description

A biography of Archibald G. Brown (1844-1922), who built a church to seat 3000 in the East End of London while still in his twenties, led mission work among the poor, and was Co-pastor and then Pastor of the Metropolitan Tabernacle, 1907-10. 432pp. Illustrated.

Book Cover for 'Andrew Bonar'

Andrew Bonar

Diary & Life

by Andrew Bonar


price $29.00 $26.10

Description

The Diary and Life of Andrew Bonar (1810-92) gives a panoramic view of one of the most fascinating periods of Scotland’s church history.

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