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All you need to know about the Bible – Book 2
Brian H. Edwards

You are in safe hands when you pick up a book by Brian Edwards. Yes, there are many books on the Bible, but this one makes the claim that it will impart ‘all we need to know’. This deals with…

The Nation’s Gospel: Volume 1 (1516-1791) Reformation to Revolution
Jeremy Thomas

This compelling book tackles an enormous subject, covering a major part of the history of evangelicalism in England. In this first volume, Thomas covers church history from 1516 to 1791, highlighting the beginnings of gospel preaching during the infancy of…

A Reader’s Guide to the Major Writings of Jonathan Edwards (Ed Nathan A. Finn and Jeremy M. Kimble
Nathan A. Finn

This guide introduces readers to the life of Jonathan Edwards and provides an overview of his major writings. His work is frequently referenced and a working knowledge of it will begin to be established for readers. In just ten chapters,…

I Married A Soldier
Rachel Farmer

This book is not a comfortable read. It is not a glorification of military duty, nor is it a glossed-over view of godly marriage. It is not even evangelistic. But much of the book had me in tears, gripped by…

Your verdict on the empty tomb
Val Grieve

Originally published in 1988, this reprint is a perfect book to read at Easter. Val Grieve was a lawyer, and in this he briefly talks through the evidence for Jesus’ death and resurrection and the impact this truth has. It…

All you need to know about the Bible — book 6: enjoy your Bible!
Brian H. Edwards

This book is the last in a series aiming to instil confidence in the Bible as the inspired, infallible Word of God. This instalment addresses why we should read the Bible and how to read it profitably. It is divided…

A Good Old Age
Derek Prime

As I am approaching my 90s, this excellent book came into my hands at an apposite time. I also live near seaside beach huts and, as these are pictured on the book cover, found that fond memories were stirred. I…

Getting to grips with prayer: Its realities, challenges and potential (Truth for All Time)
Ian McNaughton

Through the years I have read many books on prayer, but I don’t recall any having gripped me more than this book. It is a ‘must’ for every preacher and, indeed, the Lord’s people everywhere. It is well written, easy…

Dig Deeper: Tools to Unearth the Bible’s Treasure
Nigel Beynon

This is a reprint in a new format of a book first published in 2005. It sets out a series of sixteen 'tools' to enable Christians, and especially students, to interpret and understand the Bible better. Some of these are…

To the Golden Shore: The Life of Adoniram Judson
Courtney Anderson

Here is a book that I really enjoyed! The life of Adoniram Judson is both fascinating and challenging. As a pioneering missionary to Burma, his story is unique. The book is written in an easy, imaginative style which makes good…

Judged and delivered — spiritual lessons from the times of the Judges
Alan Hill

This is an excellent exposition of Judges, written by the pastor of an English-speaking church in Switzerland. Based on a sermon series, it is readable yet comprehensive; warm in tone, yet forthright in exhortation. Judges covers an early period in…

Essentials: the heart of the Christian Faith
Lee McMunn

This is a very short book, with just 35 pages of text, designed to explain the “Essentials” of Christianity to unbelievers. It’s based on verses from Luke’s gospel. It’s split into 5 parts, entitled Reveal, Reject, Rescue, Relationship, and Response;…