Books on General History
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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 […]
Book Description When the present publisher first issued The Reformation in England in 1962, it was hoped, in the words of its editor, S. M. Houghton, that it would ‘be a major contribution to the religious needs of the present age, and that it [would] lead to the strengthening of the foundations of a wonderful […]
Our Southern Zion
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.
The Undercover Revolution
How Fiction Changed Britain
Looks at ‘How Fiction Changed Britain’ in late Victorian and Edwardian times. The second part of the book is a defence of the truth of Christianity. 112pp.
Sketches From Church History
A companion to Sketches from Church History, contains a course syllabus, questions and answers, charts, time-lines, maps, puzzles and essay topics. Designed for home schooling; spiral-bound for ease of use. 128pp.
Sketches from Church History
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.
One of the best summaries available of the 16th-century Reformation in Europe. A thrilling record of the triumph of the gospel. 288pp.
Power Of Prayer
The New York Revival of 1858
A first-hand record of the New York revival of 1858. 288pp.
Concerned with the spiritual explanation of the movement, which far from dwindling at Wesley’s death, increased in momentum, breadth and transforming power. A thrilling study of great relevance for the contemporary church, pointing to the key to the recovery of authentic Christianity. 288pp.
To Glorify and Enjoy God provides a comprehensive introduction to the background, history, character and contributions of the Westminster Divines and their Assembly. 352pp.
Thoughts on the New England Revival
Vindicating the Great Awakening
Here we find ‘the theologian of revival’ ably vindicating the Great Awakening against its critics. 304pp.
Murray explores Scotland’s rich Christian heritage and underlines its remarkable relevance for our own day. While not a Scottish Church history, A Scottish Christian Heritage is a gripping introduction to the many glorious successes, and some of the painful failures of the church, from the days of John Knox to those of Horatius Bonar. 416pp.
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