What a privilege it was. Often truly awesome and I use that word very sparingly. On Sundays throughout my three years at Theological College in London I would listen to the extraordinary preaching of the remarkable Dr Martyn Lloyd Jones. […]
A fascinating book of research on the origins of ‘evangelicalism’ in the age of Edwards, Whitefield and the Wesleys.
Charlie challenges us to look again at the kind of devotion required in days of spiritual conflict. I recommend this outstanding book about some of the noble saints who laid down their lives for the Lord Jesus Christ.
If church reformation and revolution are still required and you want to play a part in world history, you would be wise to get your own copy of Mike Reeves’ book, read and digest it and help fan the unquenchable flame into an even greater blaze.
Calvinists are not famous for their admiration for or appreciation of Charles Finney, but here is one believer with a preference for Reformed doctrine who applauds this contribution. Last week I received a copy of Charles Simpson’s occasional Pastoral Letter […]
A fascinating new biography recalling the earliest invasion of Pentecostalism into the UK.
When it first arrived on my desk I had to ask Janis, my secretary, to take it away from me because I couldn’t put it down! Rather like a bag of delicious sweets, you are tempted to keep returning for another of the Doctor’s magnificent gems.