CHARLES G. FINNEY (1792-1875) was America’s foremost evangelist. Over half a million people were soundly converted under his personal ministry in a day when there was no TV or microphones. He was also an excellent theologian, philosopher, educator, pastor and reformer while professor of theology and president of Oberlin College. Harvard’s Perry Miller said, “Finney led America out of the eighteenth century.”
What did Jesus teach? Distilled from years of study and lecture, affirmed by nearly a million readers over the last fifty years, Emmet Fox’s answer in The Sermon on the Mount is simple. The Bible is a “textbook of metaphysics” and the teachings of Jesus express–without dogma–a practical approach for the development of the soul and for the shaping of our lives into what we really wish them to be. For Fox, Jesus was “no sentimental
God has divinely designed the salvation-centered role of Jesus the Messiah in accordance with the 70- week prophecy of Daniel nine and the “appointed times” of His holy days. Each key event in the life and ministry of Jesus Christ—from His birth to His second coming to establish the millennial age—has been correlated to various aspects of the three festival seasons. Indeed, it is only within this unique framework of God’s “appointed times” that the pivotal role of Jesus as the Messiah can be rightly understood.
This book is the complete four-volume set of Charles H. Spurgeon’s sermon notes. These were first published in 1884, and are a selection from outlines of discourses delivered at the Metropolitan Tabernacle. This collection contains a total of 264 sermon outlines.
Leighton Pullan’s classic work, Early Christian Doctrine, documents the time from the earliest Christians to the Council of Chalcedon in 451 AD. This book covers a great deal of important theological thought, especially in relation to the Trinity, atonement, and the sacraments. Leighton Pullan speaks well to both the history of the Church and the development of theology of the Christian faith. This book is perfect for better understanding the history of the Church and its doctrines.
Some claim He is only a myth, while others say He was merely a man. But who was the real Jesus Christ? And what does His life and message mean today? Confusion about Jesus abounds! Some believe He was merely an influential preacher in the first century. A few claim that He never existed and is only a myth! But who was the real Jesus Christ? Have you ever looked at what the Bible actually says about Jesus? What was He doing when He was on planet Earth—and what is He doing now for you, and for your future? The story of Jesus Christ goes much deeper than His crucifixion and resurrection. Few will dispute that a man named Jesus Christ lived 2,000 years ago and that He was a great teacher ”
LORD TEACH US TO PRAY offers encouragement for a deeper, more intimate, and more intense prayer life. After some opening remarks, the book offers a penetrating and insightful analysis of the shining examples of prayer in the lives of Jacob, Moses, David, Jesus, Paul, and others. The author tells how he was inspired to pray on seeing Perthshire’s Schiehallion mountain covered in winter snow. Alexander Whyte was born in 1836 in Kirriemuir, Angus, and educated at King’s College, Aberdeen, and New College, Edinburgh. He served as a minister of the Free Church of Scotland in both Glasgow and Edinburgh, and later as principal of New College, Edinburgh. After the Bible, the writings of Puritan Thomas Goodwin were among his favorites. Whyte is most remembered as a powerful preacher. This book is a collection of his sermons given between 1895 and 1906.
Luther and Other Leaders of the Reformation, traces the origins and unfolding of the Protestant Reformation across Europe. As well as Luther and Calvin, Tulloch recounts the involvement of Knox, Hus, Wycliffe, and even some of the pre-Reformers in bringing on the reformation of the Catholic Church.