The following books represent what Banner believes to be its most classic writings. These exceptionally biblical and doxological books have stood the test of time and have been a help to Christians for many generations. Noteworthy titles below include The Christian in Complete Armour by William Gurnall, The Works of John Owen, The Works of Jonathan Edwards, Lectures to My Students by Charles H. Spurgeon, and the Biography of George Whitefield by Arnold Dallimore.
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The Works of John Flavel
6 Volume Set
Book Description John Flavel (1628-1691), son of a Puritan minister who died in prison for his Nonconformity, was educated at University College, oxford, and laboured for almost the entire period of his ministry at Dartmouth, Devon. Having all the characteristics of the tradition to which he belonged — a tradition which believed that preaching should […]
The Works Of David Clarkson
3 Volume Set
Clarkson’s expositions are characterised by faithfulness to biblical teaching, careful analysis, and copious application. 1555 pp.
Collected Writings of John Murray
4 Volume Set
The complete writtings of John Murray, one of the shinning stars of 20th century Presbyterianism. 1224pp.
C.H. Spurgeon Autobiography
2 Volume Set
The ‘must read’ autobiography on the life and work of one of Christianity’s most able preachers: Charles Haddon Spurgeon. 1116pp.
Characterized by clarity, raciness and spiritual richness, Watson continues his exposition of the Shorter Catechism drawn up by the Westminster Assembly. 254pp.
Knox’s account breathes the spirit of excitement and expectation of an eyewitness and participant in the unfolding drama of the work of God in 16th-century Scotland. 392pp. Illustrated. New edition 2010.
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.
Contains 365 of Rutherford’s incomparable letters, with a sketch of his life by the editor, Andrew Bonar, a Glossary and Index. ‘Every page is sweetly perfumed with the Saviour’—Gospel Standard. 768pp.
A reset, complete and unabridged one-volume edition containing all three series of lectures, together with Commenting and Commentaries. 928pp.
The Christian Ministry
With an Inquiry into the Causes of its Inefficiency
Bridges sub-titled the study of the Christian Ministry, ‘An Inquiry into the Causes of its Inefficiency’, and, rightly used, it is well suited to promote a faithful and effective ministry. 400pp.
Diary & Life
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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