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Catch the Vision – Roots of the Reformed Recovery: the Men and Movements in the Mid 20th Century

Catch the vision is a fascinating read about notable leaders – such as Dr M. Lloyd-Jones, Geoffrey Williams, Iain Murray, John Murray and others – who were used mightily by God to revive Reformed, Puritan, experiential truth in mid-20th century UK and beyond. It presents instructively the various strands that were woven together in…

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On Being Black and Reformed: A New Perspective on the African-American Christian Experience

Written by a black American, this fascinating book is all about how the children of the black slaves, once transported to America and exploited, now worship in separated black churches; how this came about; how it never should have happened; and how to take steps towards integration. The author was brought up in the…

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A book that changed me: The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination

The book that changed me was Lorraine Boettner’s The Reformed doctrine of predestination. I had attended a holiness Bible college, and it had failed to open my mind to the full heart of the gospel. I had begun to preach in North Wales, but theologically lacked any depth. I was happy to regard myself…

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