The following Christian eBooks include warm devotional and theological books published by the Banner of Truth. Noteworthy eBook titles include the Puritan prayer and devotional collection The Valley of Vision by Arthur Bennett, Thoughts for Young Men by J.C. Ryle, and the 1541 edition of John Calvin’s Institutes of the Christian Religion. EBooks are available in ePub and mobi format.
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Lessons on theology, life, and the church from Christians of the past
Book Description In this book Garry Williams writes about Christians of the past for Christians of the present. He describes both famous and less well-known figures and movements from church history, from the fourth century through to the twentieth: Augustine of Hippo, the Council of Chalcedon, Martin Luther, William Tyndale, Nicholas Ridley, John Calvin, Anne […]
Book Description A man may be known by the company he keeps. Here, Faith Cook introduces us to Samuel Rutherford’s friends, who are called on to give us a fresh look at the man who has long been held in such high affection by Christian people around the world. The days in which Samuel Rutherford […]
The Life of Martyn Lloyd-Jones
EndorsementsRead More ↓ ‘I am deeply thankful that God led me to Lloyd-Jones in 1968. He has been a constant reminder: you don’t have to be cool, hip, or clever to be powerful. In fact, the sacred annointing is simply in another world from those communication techniques. His is the world I want to live […]
Lessons on living for God, based on some Bible birds and animals
A collection of animal stories from the bible to capture the attention of your children and teach them important Bible truths when they are young. 32pp.
Based off of the Westminster Confession of the same centery, this confession has served as a major creed for Reformed Baptists.
The History of Providence
As Manifested in Scripture
A subject of the deepest interest to the Christian.’ Takes the reader through the Scriptures and points to instances of God’s providence which will provide comfort for all true believers. 264pp.
His Arms Were Made Strong
Direct, refreshing and helpful lessons from the life of Joseph, spiritually beneficial to both young and old. 280pp.
Leader in Twentieth Century British Evangelicalism
A worthy memorial to a man who contributed enormously to the life and thought of English-speaking evangelicalism in the mid-twentieth century, by one of his former students at London Bible College. 312pp.
The Death of the Saviour
Studies in John's Gospel
In seven short studies in the nineteenth chapter of John’s Gospel, the author takes a fresh look at the amazing story of the death of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. 104pp.
Practical and biblical ways to remedy the spiritual disease of a spirit of discontentment. Marked by sanity, clarity, aptness of illustration, and warmth of appeal to the heart. 232pp.
This practical and helpful book shows the need for Christians to engage in a life-long battle against remaining sin, and that the fight can be won only through faith in Christ and in the power of the Spirit. 144pp.
In this moving exposition of Psalm 51:17, Bunyan shows why a broken heart is so acceptable to God. 128pp.
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