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All reviews by David Campbell

David Campbell was born and grew up in Scotland. At university he felt a call to the gospel ministry and subsequently spent 4 years studying at the Free Church of Scotland College in Edinburgh. From 1987 to 2002 he was the pastor of Geneva Road Evangelical Baptist Church, Darlington, and then, from 2002 to 2016, Senior Pastor of Grace Baptist Church, Carlisle, Pennsylvania. He became Pastor of North Preston Evangelical Church in December 2016. David is married to Mairi and they have two married daughters. He is the author of several books published by Day One, including Opening up Galatians, and Handle that New Call with Care.

Exalted Above The Heavens: the risen and ascended Christ (New Studies in Biblical Theology)
Peter Orr

The Bible devotes a great deal of space to the Christ of the past. Through Matthew, Mark, Luke and John we learn of his pre-existence, his identity as God the Son, his incarnation, his early life in Nazareth, his public…

The Gospel-Shaped Life
Ian Hamilton

Some readers may be familiar with Ian Hamilton’s earlier work, The Faith-Shaped Life — a series of 43 short pieces examining dimensions of our faith as believers in Jesus. The Gospel-Shaped Life follows the same pattern. It aims ‘to explore…

Counsel to Gospel Ministers
John Brown

John Brown of Haddington (1722-1787) was one of the great ministers of the Scottish church during a dark period in her history. As a pastor, divinity professor and writer he did much for the spiritual good of his native land.…

1, 2, 3 John – A Mentor Expository Commentary
Terry L. Johnson

There is, arguably, no more searching book in the Bible than the first letter of John. I may say that I am a Christian and believe that I am a Christian, but the key question is, am I? John, in…

Records of Grace in Sutherland
Donald Munro

Sutherland: I’m sure everyone reading this is familiar with the location. In case you are an exception, Sutherland is a county in the far north of Scotland with, uniquely, eastern, western and northern coastlines. The author of this book, Rev.…

Scottish Theology in relation to Church History
John Macleod

In 1939, the principal of the Free Church of Scotland college, Dr John Macleod, delivered a series of lectures at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. He was an acknowledged master of his chosen subject, Scottish theology. His ten lectures were…

Love Wins: At the Heart of Life’s Big Questions
Rob Bell

The Christian's hope of heaven has unquestionably an earthly dimension. 'In keeping with his promise', writes Peter, 'we are looking forward to a new heaven and a new earth, the home of righteousness' (2Peter3.13). Our eternal home will not be…

The Message of Holiness
Derek Tidball

Derek Tidball surveys the Scriptures for a comprehensive biblical understanding of this elusive mandate from God to "be holy as I am holy." The triune God of glory, he contends, sets us on paths that lead us through encounters with…

Bible Doctrine: Essential Teachings of the Christian Faith
Wayne Grudem

In this book, Wayne Grudem clearly defines each doctrine under consideration and gives a thorough exposition of its basis in Scripture. The whole range of doctrine is discussed, from the character of God to the gifts of the Holy Spirit,…

Let’s Study the Letters of John
Ian Hamilton

Ian Hamilton's concise commentary provides a warmly pastoral explanation of John's timeless message, pointing the reader to the Word made flesh, the Lord Jesus Christ, as the answer to all problems in the church, whether in the first or the…

The Preaching of Jonathan Edwards
John Carrick

Jonathan Edwards (1703-58) is widely regarded not only as America's greatest theologian and philosopher, but also as one of her greatest preachers. It is a remarkable fact, however, that his preaching has been somewhat neglected, both in academic circles and…

Revelation: The Final Word
Steve Wilmshurst

The book of Revelation was written for a people under pressure - a people who knew all too clearly that the world was against them. Nearly all their early leaders, the apostles, had gone: most of them had been martyred.…

Engaging with the Holy Spirit: Six Crucial Questions
Graham A. Cole

Graham Cole's study, based on his lectures at the Tenth Oak Hill Annual School of Theology, focuses on important questions of practical relevance. Each one confronts us with challenges about our relationship with the Spirit, whether as Christian believers or…

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