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Author Faith Cook
What was it like to be a Christian in England in the turbulent times from the close of the reign of Henry VIII, through Edward VI, the nine days of Lady Jane Grey and the persecution under Bloody Queen Mary? In this gripping and accessible novel, Faith Cook takes real characters and events and ble...
Author S.D. Ellison
What are the five solas? Why do they matter? Are they biblical? How do they apply to me?
Five: The Solas of the Reformation, by S. D. Ellison, is a primer written to introduce readers to the glorious truths of the Reformation. This book will guide people through the historical and biblical basis...
Author John Gibbon
Who was the strange, enigmatic old man present at the nocturnal meeting hosted by old Nebuzaradan, one of Babylon's great princes? Boaz the orphan boy and one of the Judahite exiles residing in Babylon, was also in attendance, together with the elders of his community. As the night progressed, the...
Author John D. Woodbridge
God does amazing things through the lives of people who are dedicated to Him. Sketches of Faith tells the true stories of Christians whose lives have been used by God to ignite change and hope throughout the world. Some may be familiar; others less so. Yet each are a testament to the reign ...
Author Various Authors
Newly updated Second Edition!
How is it that Israel has become so forsaken in the history of the church, and why does this matter today? With a mastery of the subject matter, the faculty of Shepherds Theological Seminary guide readers through the history of how the Christian church has been f...
Author Roland S. Ward
“Rowland Ward’s The Westminster Confession of Faith: A Study Guide has, in its various editions, been a constant and indispensable companion to me for a quarter century as I have taught the Westminster Standards in the seminary and church. There is really no modern commentary like it. If you h...
Author Ron Prosise
Preacher and homiletics professor Steve Brown once said, “If you get one good illustration out of an illustration book, it's worth every dime you paid for it.” Preaching Illustrations from Church History is a ready reference of over four hundred choice illustrations for use in preaching and teaching.
Author Jeremy Walker
A personal and pastoral assessment
If you are not sure what to think of the New Calvinism, you need to read this book. If you have friends struggling with it, you need to give them this book. If you are being reproached for not embracing it, use the arguments and cautions of this book to defend ...
Author Terry D. Slachter
In this 41-day devotional, Terry Slachter asks the question, "When will the church begin to fervently pray for the next great awakening?" and then answers the question with five Biblical and historical answers. The author takes the reader back to the late eighteenth and early nineteenth cen...
Author Jerry Wragg
What is it that compels a group of people to follow the leadership and vision of one person? Why are the insights and pursuits of certain individuals more persuasive than those of others? This book reveals how leadership should be characterized in the church, and how biblical leadership must diff...
Author Faith Cook
Faith Cook has been a lover of John Bunyan’s work for many years, first encountering him through The Pilgrim’s Progress in preschool years. Later she discovered through his ‘Complete Works’ his many other books and ten years ago she wrote Fearless Pilgrim, a detailed biography of Bunyan. Now she h...
Author Yarran Johnston
Being released in the 400th anniversary of his birth, Emamoured with Piety by Dr. Yarran Johnston, offers an insight into the life and ministry of the Puritan, Thomas Watson. Johnston traces the pervading theme of godliness in Watson's thoughts and writings, making the case that Watson represents English Puritan...
Author Terry L Johnson
In this carefully-written and important landmark book, Terry L Johnson takes note of the revival in Calvinist thinking that is evident across a broad spectrum of the church. But, he notes, for Calvinism to continue to thrive, attention must begin to be paid to the ministry and worship that alo...
Author Terry L. Johnson
Terry Johnson's 2014 Worshipping with Calvin (EP Books) promised a follow-up work that would focus on implementation. Serving with Calvin is that work. Whereas Worshipping with Calvin argued for the revival of historic Reformed ministry and worship by focusing on its biblical, theological, a...
Author Faith Cook
2015 Edition with embossed cover
The people of God have always had cause to sing, and who has more reason to sing than the one who knows the Lord Jesus Christ, the joy of sin forgiven and the certainty of a life to come?
Throughout the Old and New Testaments, believers marked God’s mighty acts ...
Author Louis Markos
The ancient world was not ancient to its inhabitants – it was a vibrant world full of ideas. Studying people from the outside affords knowledge and insight, but to transform that knowledge and insight into wisdom and discernment, we must open ourselves to seeing the world through the eyes of the...
Author Melvin Tinker
In 2018 EP published the original That Hideous Strength: how the West was lost; the book originated as lecture notes author Melvin Tinker prepared for a conference in Jerusalem that year. That edition deliberately had no footnotes and was as compact as possible to appeal to a wide audience. Ther...