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  1. A Life of John Colet

    J.H. Lupton

    Wipf and Stock / JAN 2004

    John Colet (1467-1519) was Dean of St. Paul's Cathedral and founder of St. Paul's School, London. Colet lectured at Oxford on St. Paul's Epistles, introducing a new treatment by abandoning the... read more »
  2. A Light to the Gentiles

    Adrian L. van Kaam

    Wipf and Stock / APR 2009

    Reading A Light to the Gentiles, a classic biography by the renowned spiritual writer and psychologist, Adrian van Kaam, has as much potential to change each reader's life as the light of divine... read more »
  3. A Little Book of Christian Questions and Responses

    Theodore Beza

    Pickwick / JAN 1986

  4. A Little Good

    Sister St. John Begnaud

    Wipf and Stock / JAN 2012

    The arrival of three Sisters of St. Mary of Namur at the railroad station of Waco, Texas, on September 23, 1873, brought remarkable change to the state of education in the center and north of the... read more »
  5. A Living Light

    Edward L. Risden

    Wipf and Stock / JAN 2009

    A Living Light explores some of the major events in the life of Hildegard of Bingen: mystic, physician, composer, and one of the foremost intellectuals of the Middle Ages. In the form of a dramatic... read more »
  6. A Man Of One Book?

    Donald A. Bullen

    Wipf and Stock / DEC 2007

    John Wesley claimed to be a man of one book, and early Wesley scholarship accepted uncritically that the Bible was his supreme authority. In the late twentieth century, American Wesley scholars... read more »
  7. A Man of the Word

    Jill Morgan

    Wipf and Stock / APR 2010

    Since the death six years ago of that prince of Bible expositors, G. Campbell Morgan, there has been incessant demand from the Christian public for the publication of an official biography. Such a... read more »
  8. A Memoir of the Life and Writings of John Albert Bengel, Prelate in Wuertemberg

    John C. F. Burk

    Wipf and Stock / MAY 2005

    Johann Albrecht Bengel (1687-1752), German Lutheran theologian and biblical scholar, began his studies at Tuebingen. He was appointed professor in charge of a theological training school at... read more »
  9. A Modern Ninety-Five

    Nancy A. Almodovar

    Resource / JUN 2008

    In 1517 an Augustinian monk by the name of Martin Luther nailed ninety-five statements to the door at Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. This was not a means of open debate but a desire to... read more »

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