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St. Augustine: The Life and Thought

St. Augustine: The Life and Thought

by John Piper

Beside Jesus and Paul, no one man has had a greater impact on Christianity than Augustine. His writings have influenced Catholics, Protestants and atheists. His life displays the power of Christ's redemptive love. He wrote five million words on Christianity. Yet, in the short biography The Swan Is Not Silent: Sovereign Joy in the Life and Thoug… Read more…

The Way to Divine Knowledge

The Way to Divine Knowledge

by William Law

Although he was a prolific writer throughout his life, there is a nine-year break in William Law's publishing between 1740 and 1749. It is believed that during that period, Law undertook a systematic study of the works of the famous German mystic, Jacob Boehme. Profoundly influenced by Boehme and other Christian mystics, William Law's own writing t… Read more…

Jonathan Edwards: The Pastor as Theologian: Life and Ministry

Jonathan Edwards: The Pastor as Theologian: Life and Ministry

by John Piper

Jonathan Edwards has often been misunderstood as some gloomy preacher who spoke of sinners dangling over the burning fires of hell, but John Piper in this short biography illuminates Edwards as a man "besotted with God." Edwards knew that true joy and peace came not from easy sermons but from an all-encompassing faith in God. Such a vision … Read more…

The Value of Learning History

The Value of Learning History

by John Piper

The book of Jude includes numerous references to Jewish history (Balaam, Cain, and Korah's rebellion), references Jude believed made all the more powerful his warnings against internal enemies of the church. "The Value of Learning History," an article from pastor John Piper, illuminates, using Jude as a context, the importance for each… Read more…

William Wilberforce: Reflections on the Life and Labor

William Wilberforce: Reflections on the Life and Labor

by John Piper

Peculiar Doctrines, Public Morals, and the Political Welfare: Reflections on the Life and Labor of William Wilberforce William Wilberforce, the famous British politician who ended the slave trade, was a devout Christian. His opposition to the heinous slave trade grew from his Christian faith, and John Piper draws from W… Read more…

William Tyndale: Why He Lived and Died

William Tyndale: Why He Lived and Died

by John Piper

William Tyndale : Always Singing One Note - A Vernacular Bible: Why He Lived and Died William Tyndale, who lived and died to translate the Greek and Hebrew Bible into English so that the common people could also read God's Word, died a martyr's death for his labor. Tyndale had caught hold of a vision that drove him beyond… Read more…

Life and Ministry of Athanasius

Life and Ministry of Athanasius

by John Piper

Athanasius, a fourth century bishop of Alexandria, Egypt, fought his whole life against the Arianism belief that challenged the deity of Christ. For his trouble, he was exiled five times by Roman emperors, but he refused to concede the crucial ground of Christ's deity to the Arians. To Athanasius the deity of Christ was a personal reality, and … Read more…

Psalms of David in Metre

Psalms of David in Metre

This is a translation of the Psalms for singing. Rhyme and rhythm were part of the goal in the translation of this Psalter so that God’s people could obey the command to teach and admonish “one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord.” Andrew Duncan in 1882 wrote, “This version… Read more…

Concise Background Of The New Testament - Free Sample, A

Concise Background Of The New Testament - Free Sample, A

by William A. Simmons

Dr. William Simmons' "A Concise Background Of The New Testament - Free Sample" contains the introduction to his complete work and the section on "The Maccabean Period" to help the reader understand Israel's history, culture and religion as it impacts the life and ministry of Jesus and the experience of the early church. … Read more…

Christianity, Cults and Religions - Free Sample

Christianity, Cults and Religions - Free Sample

This is a free sample of Christianity, Cults and Religions containing a comparison of Biblical Christianity and Jehovah's Witnesses. To purchase the full version, containing a comparison of over 40 world religions, click here. Description of the full version: Based on a popular study guide from Rose Publishing, this full-color resource… Read more…

To the Work

To the Work

by D.L. Moody

In To the Work!, D. L. Moody states, "It is far better to get a hundred men to work than to do the work oneself." That is the goal of this classic book; to encourage believers in the work of the kingdom in order to see movement in the church. Moody draws from the Bible and his own personal observations in order to instill a sense of enthusiasm and ur… Read more…

Charles Spurgeon: Preaching Through Adversity

Charles Spurgeon: Preaching Through Adversity

by John Piper

Charles Spurgeon, perhaps the most prolific of all preachers, faced adversity from many places. Ridiculed and criticized by preachers from across the Christian spectrum, suffering from gout, caring for his invalid wife, battling depression, and carrying a burden of personal tragedy, Spurgeon refused to cave to the overwhelming adversity in his lif… Read more…


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