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The noble martyrs of Kent
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The noble martyrs of Kent
M J Hyde

This is a reprint of a book first published in 1924. It makes the reader aware of the faithful and courageous stand for the truth that cost men and women their lives, particularly in the reign of Mary Tudor, queen…

Reformation heroes
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Reformation heroes
Diane Kleyn & Joel Beeke

This is a super book that fills a gap in the Christian book market. It is an updated, modernised and expanded version of an earlier work by Richard Newton called The Reformation and its heroes. The book has a threefold…

Gospel basics
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Gospel basics
Andrew A. Bonar

If you do not know much about Dr Andrew Bonar, then this book's opening chapter by D. M. McIntyre gives a taste of the man as a preacher. It is clear that he was an understanding preacher of his day.…

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‘Ever, only, ALL for Thee’: Glimpses of the life of Frances Ridley Havergal

I really like this little book and can easily understand how it came to be written and compiled. While proof-reading The complete works of Frances Ridley Havergal, Pamela Bugden realised the many blessings to be obtained through reading and studying…

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Frances Ridley Havergal, the English hymn-writer and poet
Carol Purves

To most readers of this review Frances Ridley Havergal is probably best known as the writer of such hymns as 'Take my life', and 'Lord, speak to me, that I may speak'. This book, the latest of the Day One…

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Christmas Evans – no ordinary preacher
Tim Shenton

One thing is certain: this book is a conversation starter. Whenever I left my copy on the coffee table, visitors would pick it up and ask in bemused tones, 'What sort of a name is Christmas Evans?' I knew a…

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Cornelius Van Til: Reformed apologist and churchman
John R. Muether

Cornelius Van Til was arguably the most significant and yet most under-appreciated Christian apologist of the 20th century. That is so in part because his writings are not always easy to understand and he has often been viewed as a…

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Christianity: Is it True?—Answering questions through real lives
David J Randall

This is a really interesting small book consisting of twelve biographies of Christian heroes of faith. They begin with the earliest, St Columba of Iona, then work through history, including John Bunyan and William Wilberforce on the way, before finishing…

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Five Half-Truths—Addressing the most common misconceptions of Christianity
Flip Michaels

This helpful little book aims to help navigate people though confusions that contemporary society generates, and which so often derail those who engage with Christian teaching. It also serves to clearly ground believers in the faith, especially as they seek…

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Journal of the Seminary of the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing), Volume 4.

This edition of the Journal contains seven articles, six by contemporary Free Church (Continuing) ministers who have lectured at the seminary, and one by a nineteenth-century Free Church of Scotland theologian, George Smeaton. The work could have done with better…

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Called? Pastoral Guidance for the Divine Call to Gospel Ministry
Michael A Milton

It is a momentous thing for a man to feel that the Lord is calling him to gospel ministry. Michael A. Milton sets out to guide his readers through the various stages of responding to the Lord’s call. His work…