Church

Evangelicalism Divided
As usual, a strong biographical contribution from Murray. (Piper told me to read everything I could by Murray, and I'm working on it!) This book focused not as much on one man (though Murray's mentor D. M. Lloyd-Jones does feature prominently) but...

25.04.2017

Early Christian Thought & the Classical Tradition
This enlightening study examines the relationship of the early Christians to the classical tradition. Based on the work of the Christian thinkers, Justine, Clement of Alexandria, and Origen, and existing pagan criticism of the Church, the book...

15.01.2013

A Public Faith
Christians today are becoming more and more interested in studying the roots of their faith and the development of the church. Finally, here is an accessible but authoritative series that every Christian can turn to: The Baker History of the Church....

03.07.2017

American Christians and Islam
In the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks, many of America's Christian evangelicals have denounced Islam as a "demonic" and inherently violent religion, provoking frustration among other Christian conservatives who wish to present a more...

31.03.2013

The Puritans
This 400 page book is a collection of transcribed addresses given at the annual Puritan Conferences in England from 1959 to 1978. Dr. Lloyd-Jones is quick to stress that the study of the Puritans must not be a merely academic exercise; otherwise we...

19.11.2014

Final Decade Before the End
This is the latest and greatest historical material that covers in great detail all the fulfillments of end-time Bible prophecy during those last ten years just before the Jewish War. Carefully documented from Josephus, Tacitus, Yosippon,...

13.06.2017

Early Christians Speak
These studies in early church history cover various aspects of the church life of early Christians. They focus on the second century.What did the second century Christian leaders say about faith, baptism, infant baptism, worship...

25.01.2018

A History of Christianity in Asia, V. 1 Beginnings to 1500
Excellent resource on the Asian form of Christianity which did not originate with European missionaries. A more appropriate title would be "History of the Assyriac Church of the East." The author provides us a remarkable chronicle well worth the...

25.05.2015

The Counter-Reformation
I especially liked Dickens' objectivity, or rather, his lack of discernible bias. His book seems to have sufficient respect for all the people and the institutions involved in this complicated time, in these complex issues.One of my history...

14.11.2016

Reading Scripture with the Reformers
In Reading Scripture with the Reformers, Timothy George takes readers through the exciting events of the sixteenth century, showing how this dynamic period was instigated by a fresh return to the Scriptures. George immerses us in the world of the...

02.04.2015

The Division of Christendom
In "The Division of Christendom," revered historian Hans J. Hillerbrand details the events and ideas of the sixteenth century and contends that the Protestant Reformation must be seen as an interplay of religious, political, and economic forces in...

29.08.2013

The Land Called Holy
This important, wide-ranging book examines how Palestine became a Holy Land to Christians and how their ideas and feelings toward the land of the Bible evolved as Christians lived there and made it their own. Robert L. Wilken traces the Christian...

05.02.2014

Beginnings in America (The Baptists #2)
The nature of Baptist Identity has come to a place of critical importance in Baptist Studies. What exactly constitutes a Baptist? In Volume 1, Professor Nettles sought to answer this question through examining the lives of some of the most high...

22.09.2016