Books by Other Authors
Christopher Laws - Editor
472 tunes including familiar compositions, new tunes, and fresh arrangements of excellent `lost' tunes. The intention is to present tunes that are melodic, memorable, and consistent with intelligent worship. (Music only, without words.)
Dr E.S. Williams
We hear of expectant mothers seeking abortion advice, including girls under sixteen. Medical doctor Ted Williams shows that Christian counselling centres have adopted a deeply compromised approach that leaves in place the option of abortion.
Richard Dawkins has attacked the God of the Bible with a ferocity unseen since communism. But these assaults contain numerous mistakes. Robin Compston exposes these with exceptional clarity, simultaneously showing the reality and value of the faith under attack.
A hardback with 53 new hymn tunes. The majority have been adopted into regular worship at the Metropolitan Tabernacle. Acceptance (or otherwise) by the large, multi-national congregation (rather than an editorial committee) has steered the project.
This practical manual for the pioneering and operating of Sunday Schools incorporates years of experience, and teems with information and tips (for small as well as large schools) from one who has pioneered and led Sunday School work for decades.
C H Spurgeon
Soul-stirring topics from the finest messages of the Prince of Preachers. Topics included are: obtaining certain assurance; help for doubting seekers; encouraging outsiders and advising seekers; relief for the downcast; developing faith; the Christian and places of entertainment, and others.
C H Spurgeon
These remarkable letters, written from a pastor to his congregation, abound in exhortations to godliness, zeal and prayer. They provide a unique insight into Spurgeon's life and the fervent soul-winning activity central to an historic Calvinistic church. (Several classic sermonettes…
'Who would have predicted that churches would be infected by blatantly unbiblical teaching which contradicts head-on the tenth commandment, and to which all believers should have an instinctive aversion?' So begins this startling unmasking of the Prosperity Gospel movement's heresies.
Although there are many interpreters in Christian settings, often working as volunteers, there is very little in print to help them. This is therefore a must-read volume. A ground-breaking book, thought-provoking and encouraging.
Hannah Wyncoll - Compiler
Drawn from the early years of Spurgeon’s remarkable London ministry, these 138 testimonies of conversion form part of an archive of some 15,000 such accounts at the Metropolitan Tabernacle. Here is a powerful reaffirmation of the transforming power of the…
Peter Masters and John Whitcomb
Now with more answers to questions asked by people investigating the arguments, this veteran book contends for the biblical position on the gifts that prevailed for nearly 2,000 years before the charismatic movement came along. Here is the dynamic teaching…
Written for Deaf readers and those for whom English is a second language. This illustrated biography traces the surprising and eventful life of John Kitto who lost his hearing in a childhood accident. Having travelled widely in missionary service he…