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  1. "An Educated Clergy"

    / FEB 2008

    Scotland has long been known for its emphasis upon an "educated clergy," yet little serious historical attention has been given to how this was actually fostered. This book begins to fill that gap.... read more »
  2. "At the Pure Fountain of Thy Word"

    / JAN 2007

    One of the greatest Baptist theologians of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, Andrew Fuller has not had justice done to him. There is little doubt that Fuller's theology lay behind the... read more »
  3. "Martyr to the Truth"

    / OCT 2012

    In his autobiography Joseph Turmel (1859-1943) has left an intensely personal account of his struggles to reconcile his Catholic faith with the results of historical-critical methods as those... read more »
  4. "Professor Heussi? I Thought You Were a Book"

    / JUL 2009

    "Professor Heussi? I Thought You are a Book" is an entertaining account of six decades of graduate education with the subtitle A Memoir of Memorable Theological Educators, 1950-2010. In personal... read more »
  5. "Redeeming Love Proclaim"

    / JAN 2007

    A leading exponent of the new moderate Calvinism that brought new life to many Baptists, John Rippon (1751-1836) helped unite Baptists during his lifetime. Reared in the West Country and trained at... read more »
  6. "Seditious Sectaryes"

    / DEC 2008

    This book offers the first in-depth study of the origins of the Baptist Church in Oxford in the seventeenth century; it charts the people, the places, and the events that helped forge the Baptists... read more »
  7. "The Air I Breathe is Wartburg Air"

    / JUN 2003

    The ministry of William H. Weiblen at Wartburg Theological Seminary bridges the generations from the time of J. Michael Reu and the second generation of Fritschels to the present time of... read more »
  8. 95 Theses for a New Reformation

    / OCT 2017

    Five hundred years ago Martin Luther wrote his Ninety-Five Theses, inaugurating the Protestant Reformation, and with it exemplified an unflinching devotion to return to the Word of God as the... read more »
  9. A Catholic Reformed Theologian

    / APR 2010

    This study demonstrates that Benjamin Keach, the most important Baptist figure of the seventeenth century, was a catholic Reformed theologian. This is done by investigating his relationship with... read more »

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