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Charles Simeon: Meditations on the Life

Charles Simeon: Meditations on the Life

by John Piper

Brothers, We Must Not Mind a Little Suffering: Meditations on the Life of Charles Simeon A preacher in England in the late 1700's and early 1800's, Charles Simeon endured suffering in his ministry. As John Piper illustrates in this short biography, Simeon faced a hostile community and congregation that often opposed him. But Simeon, a once haughty yout… Read more…

An Appeal to All That Doubt

An Appeal to All That Doubt

by William Law

William Law was a prolific writer throughout his life, publishing many important works of Christian theology. An Appeal to All That Doubt, published in 1740, has an expansive focus, laying out Law's entire cosmology—beginning with God's creation of the world and the origins of the human soul, extending through the fall and the origin of evil in the world,… Read more…

John Calvin: The Man and His Preaching

John Calvin: The Man and His Preaching

by John Piper

John Calvin: The Divine Majesty of the Word: The Man and His Preaching John Calvin never failed in his ministry of the Word. For Calvin, the Bible was the basis of all his ministry and he was constant and unfailing in his adherence to the faithful Word of God. During his unique life, Calvin passed through many controversies and trials, but he never stra… Read more…

Martin Luther: Lessons from His Life and Labor

Martin Luther: Lessons from His Life and Labor

by John Piper

John Piper's short eBook biography of the most famous figure of the Reformation, Martin Luther, gleans important lessons from Luther's life and work. Piper points out that Luther had a true love for the Bible as a book and as the final repository of God's Word, over and above the claims of any council or leader. Luther cultivated a love for the Bible by … Read more…

Philo of Alexandria

Philo of Alexandria

by Alexandria Philo

A contemporary of Josephus and early Christianity, the Hellenized Jewish philosopher and exegete Philo Judaeus provides a fascinating historical glimpse into the world of the apostles and early Church. Philo based his doctrines on the Hebrew Bible, and was a scholar of Jewish law. Philo considered the Bible as the source of revelation and as the repository… Read more…

David Brainerd: Reflections on the Life and Ministry

David Brainerd: Reflections on the Life and Ministry

by John Piper

Oh, That I May Never Loiter on My Heavenly Journey: Reflections on the Life and Ministry of David Brainerd The life of David Brainerd, the famous missionary to the Indians, has impacted missionaries all over the world. They have been inspired by his passion for missionary work and how he poured out his life as a sacrifice to God on behalf of the Iroq… Read more…

John Bunyan: Suffering and Service in the Life

John Bunyan: Suffering and Service in the Life

by John Piper

To Live Upon God That is Invisible: Suffering and Service in the Life of John Bunyan To Live Upon God That is Invisible: Suffering and Service in the Life of John Bunyan by John Piper is a free eBook taken from the 1999 Bethlehem Conference for Pastors. Piper places Bunyan's life and work in the context of suffering and service. Bunyan, the author of… Read more…

An Humble, Earnest, and Affectionate Address to the Clergy

An Humble, Earnest, and Affectionate Address to the Clergy

by William Law

William Law was a prolific and impassioned writer, and produced many important works on Christian doctrine throughout his life. His final work, A Humble, Earnest, and Affectionate Address to the Clergy, was written in 1761 and taken to press only a few days before his death. Despite its title, Law's Humble Address is primarily a theological work, not a… Read more…

Rotherham Emphasized Bible

Rotherham Emphasized Bible

Joseph B. Rotherham first began to publish his EMPHASIZED BIBLE in 1868 and completed his work in 1902. THIS "electronic" version of Rotherham's Emphasized Bible does not provide a "one-for-one" transposition of Mr. Rotherham's printed page, as set forth in Rotherham's Emphasized Bible. Mr. Rotherham used "markers" to distinguish various levels of (or… Read more…

Weymouth New Testament

Weymouth New Testament

The New Testament in Modern Speech: an idiomatic translation into everyday English from the text of The Resultant Greek Testament by Richard Francis Weymouth; edited and partly revised by Ernest Hampden-Cook, 1903. This version was designed chiefly "to furnish a succinct and compressed running commentary (not doctrinal) to be used side by side with traditi… Read more…

Of Justification by Faith & Works

Of Justification by Faith & Works

by William Law

The idea of justification—the means by which a believer comes into right relationship with God— has been hotly debated throughout many periods of Christian history. Is it by grace? Is it through obeying God's law? Is it by faith? Is it by works? William Law, British theologian and prolific writer, adds his own perspective to the debate in his tr… Read more…

John Wesley the Evangelist

John Wesley the Evangelist

by Richard Green

This biography of John Wesley spans his whole life, giving a sketch of his life, theology and ministry. The founder of Methodism, a prolific speaker and a man of deep faith, John Wesley comes alive in this biography. Based on Wesley's letter and sermons as well as previous biographies, this biography aims to reveal the crucible of trials where Wesley's fai… Read more…


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