David Calhoun Books
David B. Calhoun is a graduate of Columbia Bible College and Covenant Theological Seminary, and he earned two masters of theology degrees, including one from Covenant Seminary (Old Testament) and one from Princeton Theological Seminary (New Testament). He earned a doctor of philosophy degree from Princeton and serves as Emeritus Professor of Church History at Covenant Theological Seminary. He also served as a Presbyterian minister for more than 60 years. David Calhoun books include the two-volume Princeton Seminary Set. Volume 1 is titled Princeton Seminary, Faith & Learning 1812-1868, with volume 2 titled The Majestic Testimony 1869-1929. One review of this two-volume treasure calls it ‘splendid’ and ‘thoroughly researched.’ Calhoun also wrote Knowing God and Ourselves, created to help students read and understand the important but challenging John Calvin book, Institutes of the Christian Religion. More recently, he has published Pleading for a Reformation Vision with the Trust.
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The Amazing Stories of Faithful Missionaries
Book Description In his Spiritual Unfolding of Bishop H. C. G. Moule, John Baird wrote, ‘No course of reading is more establishing than that of Christian biography — the battle story of those who in the conflict of earth have been great in the life of God.’ Swift and Beautiful tells the amazing stories of […]
The Testimonies of Luther, Calvin, Knox and Bunyan
Book Description Hundreds of biographies have been written of Martin Luther, John Calvin, John Knox and John Bunyan. But there is something unique to be gained by listening to these men tell their stories in their own words. Here, in In Their Own Words, is a collection of testimonial statements drawn from the writings of […]
Reading Calvin’s Institutes Devotionally
Endorsement ‘Too often as Christians we think it’s more important to know God than it is to know ourselves, but Calvin rightly shows that there is equal balance in the importance of knowing God and how that affects knowledge of ourselves, and vice versa; the more we know ourselves, truly, the more we’re driven to […]
2 Volume Set
ENDORSEMENTS ‘This splendid, thoroughly researched, two-volume history of Princeton Seminary reads like a novel. It tells the story of one of the key institutions that shaped the transformation of post-colonial, adolescent America into a world power, and that for the first time made the Christian faith global, carrying it literally to the uttermost ends of […]
The Life and Selected Writings of William Childs Robinson
The biography and letters of William Childs Robinson: an influential Presbyterian ministers in the 20th century, who sounded the vital affirmations of the Protestant Reformation. 336pp.
Old Columbia Seminary (1828-1927)
Part collective biography and part narrative history, this book follows the story of Old Columbia Seminary during the years 1828-1927. 408pp.
Volume 2: The Majestic Testimony, 1869 - 1929
In this movingly told story we meet great spirituality, great scholars, great missionary vision and great consecration to Christ. Vol. 2—The Majestic Testimony 1868–1929, 592pp.
Volume 1: Faith & Learning, 1812 - 1868
In this movingly told story we meet great spirituality, great scholars, great missionary vision and great consecration to Christ. Vol. 1—Faith and Learning 1812–68, 528pp.
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