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All reviews by Frederick Hodgson

Frederick lives in Whitby.

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Still Protesting: Why the Reformation Matters
Associate Professor of Church History D G Hart

Dr Darryl Hart shows in this book that the biblical truths discovered during the Reformation still matter today. He also applies his broad knowledge of theology, church history, American history and politics to explaining why American Protestants are turning to…

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Convinced by Scripture
Andy Johnston

This concise and lucid book on Luther is designed to use the opportunities afforded by the 500th anniversary of the famous nailing of the 95 theses to the church door in Wittenberg. Andy Johnston describes how the Bible gradually illuminated…

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2000 Years of Christ’s power. Volume 4: The age of religious conflict 16th to 18th century
Nick Needham

This instructive account of the sad divisions that occurred in the church provides warnings about schism and its consequences. It is a must for ministers and academics, capturing the story of the church after Luther and Calvin. The first chapter…

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The One True Story
Tim Chester

This book aims to show that the events of the first Christmas mark the climax of the historical and prophetic narratives of the Old Testament. These commenced at creation and in the Fall of Adam, continuing on at the appearing…

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Bitesize Biography – Griffith John
John Aaron

Who was Griffith John? In a readable manner, the author answers this question for this remarkably talented and dedicated Welsh missionary to China in another EP Bitesize Biography. Born into a godly home in Swansea in 1831, Griffith was converted…

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Andrew Murray – Christ’s anointed minister to South Africa
Vance Christie

Andrew Murray (1828-1917) was born in South Africa, but sent to Aberdeen, Scotland, for much of his education. Later, he went to Holland to study for the ministry. He was then commissioned to go to South Africa and initially sent…

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