Stephen J. Nichols
J. Gresham Machen (1881Ė1937) taught New Testament at Princeton Theological Seminary from 1906 to 1929, when he founded Westminster Theological Seminary.
Following three chapters devoted to Machenís life, Nichols examines Machenís writings on theology and the Bible, on culture, and on the church (... (more)
Classic story of the man who founded the largest mission in China
The amazing life-story of Hudson Taylor shows the trials and tribulations of being a man in Christ. Driven by a deep concern for those without Christ and having an unshakable confidence in the faithfulness of God, he moved to a far a... (more)
J I Packer
No doubt you've had questions about the Bible and the Christian life. But where can you find answers? This compact volume offers real questions--even difficult challenges--asked by real people. Answers are given by one of today's premier theologians of Christianity: J. I. Packer. The result is a fun... (more)
D. Trafton O'Neal / J. Bryan-Hunt (Illu)
The story of Holy Week and Easter is brought to life through this rhyming, alphabetical journey. Aimed at children ages 4 to 8, this book will delight the senses of children and adults alike. Four simple activities and craft ideas bring families together to see the story of Jesus's love through new ... (more)
Superb story of a spiritual leader with a gentle heart! John Charles Ryle was born into a comfortable English family background - his father was a politician and businessman. Ryle was intelligent, a great sportsman (captain of cricket at Eton and Oxford) and was set for a career in his fatherís busi... (more)
J Gresham Machen / Stephen J Nichols
J. Gresham Machen pondered that question in many of his writings. He paid a steep price professionally and personally for his adherence to the gospel, and for publishing his beliefs. Some of his most interesting pieces can be found here: "The Gospel and the Modern World" (1929), "Selected Correspond... (more)
Farley, Ian D.
An analysis and assessment of the life and work of J.C. Ryle, the first Anglican Bishop of Liverpool, the book seeks to identify changes in evangelical theology and practice in the last decades of the nineteenth century. A thematic critique rather than a biography, it highlights important parallels ... (more)