The abiding impressiveness of John Angell James' classic on the Christian ministry lies largely in the manner in which he presents one simple idea: 'it is feeling which gives power to words and thoughts'.
A biographical account of Murray's life and long teaching career (by Iain H. Murray) is followed by the first published collection of his sermons, including some of his communion addresses, and many reviews.
In the early 1560s Frederick III (1516-76), Elector Palatine desired that his subjects be led to a 'devout knowledge and fear of the Almighty and his holy Word of salvation'. He commissioned a group of theologians and ministers to compose a catecheti...
God's Sovereign Purpose will focus each reader's attention on the God of Scripture, in whose presence our questions about Scripture are put in proper perspective. Here, with Augustine, we hear Dr. Lloyd-Jones summoning us, before the majestic soverei...
A series of addresses on the leading historical characters and the great biblical doctrines of the Reformation, including chapters on Luther, Calvin, Zwingli, Beza, Assurance, and Calvinism and Arminianism.
The North of Wales in the 1770s was one of the least Christian parts of Britain. The next three decades brought a transformation akin to that of the apostolic era and at the centre of the change was Thomas Charles.
No cabe duda que en los ltimos aos los avances en los estudios bblicos han producido una explosin de comentarios bblicos de alto nivel y de excelente calidad. Sin embargo, hay clsicos que se levantan erguidos sin que el tiempo los dae. Este es precis...