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March 2019
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Baptist figurehead Andrew Fuller’s shorthand notes cracked by student

The shorthand notes of leading Baptist theologian Andrew Fuller have finally been deciphered, after baffling academics for generations. Hundreds of pages of his sermon notes are held in archives, but until now they have been a mystery to researchers. Andrew Fuller, who was born in Cambridgeshire in 1754, became a Baptist minister, and is…

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March 2019
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While the Bridegroom Tarries

This volume consists of a series of sermons preached in Michigan in 1919. Kuiper (not to be confused with Abraham Kuyper) was a Dutch minister and seminary professor, being among the founding faculty at Westminster in Philadelphia. The obvious occasion for this sermon series was the end of World War One, which gives the…

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March 2019
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Teach Them to Pray: Cultivating God-Dependency in Your Church

How healthy is your mid-week prayer meeting? What proportion of your membership attends? Is there eager participation? Do people pray intelligently? What can church leaders do to improve the prayer life of the church? Paul Tautges says that ministers must get beyond simply telling their congregations to pray more. He encourages them to engage…

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March 2019

Sermons on Genesis: Chapters 1–11

The translator of Calvin’s sermons on the Acts of the Apostles 1-7, Rob Roy McGregor, has now given us this superb English version of 49 sermons that Calvin delivered in Geneva between September 1559 and January 1560. These sermons give us a fresh glimpse into the content and style of Calvin’s preaching. The original…

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March 2019
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Songs of the Nativity: Selected Sermons on Luke 1 & 2

This is a fine volume, wonderfully produced, of a collection of fourteen sermons by John Calvin on Luke chapters 1 & 2, translated from French. All are careful treatments of the selected verses, with application as you go along, and often with such a modern tone that you forget they were preached in 1559–1560.…

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