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Henry Bullinger: Shepherd of the Churches
George Ella

This biography of Henry Bullinger is the first full-length study of his life and works ever to appear in the English language. Today he is almost unknown amongst English-speaking Christians, yet he was the best known theologian in Britain during…

How to Enjoy Your Bible: A simple, reliable, clear, substantial resource
John Blanchard

This little book comes from a well-known and trusted author. First published in 1978, this is a revised edition. The title states the book's purpose – to show readers 'how to enjoy the Bible'. For Blanchard, reading the Bible ought…

A Biblical Guide to Love, Sex and Marriage
Rosemary Thomas

This book is about marriage and its relationships, based on the Song of Solomon. Interpreting this book of the Bible has been a controversial issue for many years. First, it is a book about love, marriage and sex. It is…

Zion’s Christian Soldiers? The Bible, Israel and the Church
Stephen Sizer

Many Bible-believing Christians are convinced that God blesses those nations that stand with Israel and curses those that don’t. This belief has had a significant influence on attitudes toward the ongoing Palestinian-Israeli conflict in the Middle East. Stephen Sizer contends…

Total Church: A radical reshaping around gospel and community
Tim Chester

Total Church pleads for two key principles for church and mission. First, the gospel as content: being word-centred (for the gospel is truth) and being mission-centred (for the gospel is truth to be proclaimed). Secondly, the community as context: sharing…

Yours is the kingdom
Gerald Bray

The Lord’s Prayer is probably the best known part of the Bible – even by unbelievers of the Christian gospel. But its common use in church liturgy is meaningless if these inspired scriptures are not properly understood. The author of…

[email protected]: Being a Disciple for Christ in the Workplace
Graham Beynon

We spend most of our day in some kind of work but how can we be a disciple in the workplace? What difference does being a Christian make? Does it change the way we interact in the office or factory…

Is That You, Lord? Hearing the Voice of the Lord: a Biblical Perspective
Gary E. Gilley

Christian guidance is such a perennially thorny issue for so many Christians that any good material is to be jumped upon. Gary Gilley's book provides much that is helpful. His major argument is that the Bible is absolutely our only…

How to Choose a Translation for All Its Worth: A Guide to Understanding and Using Bible Versions
Mark Strauss

A book on Bible translation from a premier biblical scholar.

Why 27? How can we be sure that we have the right books in the New Testament?
Brian Edwards

Bestsellers like Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code and Dawkins' The God Delusion claim that the books in our New Testament were selected at random, centuries after Christ, from a wide pool of possible gospels and other writings such as 'The…

Robert Vasholz

Leviticus is like God's kindergarten. It is a place where a master teacher is at work instructing his people about his plans and nature. Sadly it has been relegated by many Christians as one of the bits of the Bible…

Building the Kingdom of God on Earth: The Churches’ Contribution to Marshal Support for World Order and Peace, 1919-1945
Martin Erdmann

This excellent work informs us of the past and forewarns us of the future. Dr Erdmann writes of the era before and after World War I when influential people pondered how war might be abolished and the world's social ills…