Why I Abide By The Authorised Version (William Hoste)

This article by the British author William Hoste B.A. is of historical interest to any concerned with the “Bible Version issue”. The publication, in 1881, of the Revised Version, marked the introduction of the first major English Bible revision since the King James (Authorised) Version (1611/1769). However, the “R.V.” was much more than a mere […]

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10 Must-Have Books on Calvinism

Theologically sound, well-written books on the subject of election and predestination, that avoid the extremes of “limited atonement” (Calvinism) on the one hand, and the “falling away” doctrine (Arminianism) on the other, can be hard to come by. Listed here are 10 volumes that engage with the Biblical text using a proper grammatical-historical hermeneutic and […]

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Secular Psychology Harms the Gospel and Christian Living

In two books examining the withering effects of modern secular Western culture on Christian life and Biblical theology, author David Wells provides page upon page of perceptive comment to help the reader make sense of our confusing times. Reading Losing Our Virtue (9780851115771) and No Place For Truth (9780802837134) will amply repay your time and attention. Wells […]

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