This is John Bunyan's "other" book. Famous for his allegory, Pilgrim's Progress, it is not always realised that Bunyan wrote many other books, including Pilgrim's Progress Part 2, and this - The Holy War. The Holy War concerns the town of Mansoul. The ruler of the town is King Shaddai, and he rules...More info →
From decades of experience, writing and speaking on the subject of Genesis, Paul F Taylor has written this commentary on the whole of Genesis. While comprehensive, running to multiple volumes, it is easy to read, so the user can dip into it, wherever and whenever required.
Volume 1 covers Genesis 1 - 9.More info →
These 9 passages from the Bible all speak about the Messiah. They are the passages used in the "9 Lessons and Carols" service used at King's College, Cambridge University, England every year.
The translation used is the World English Bible (WEB).More info →
Pink’s The Sovereignty of God is considered a masterpiece of contemporary evangelical theology. In these pages, Pink lays out his position that the nature of God can only be understood, by recognizing His sovereignty. Therefore, all theology flows from this important concept. Pink understands that...More info →
Worlds of Faith, edited by Paul F. Taylor, is a collection of short stories by Christian authors, mostly with a scifi or fantasy feel. Some of the included authors have had published novels. Others write non-fiction and are trying out fiction for the first time. Still others are completely new to pu...More info →
This is the story of an ordinary woman; not brave and adventuresome, but one of the weak and foolish that God delights to choose. It seeks to tell, not just of how she left all she knew to travel to the remote highlands of Papua New Guinea, but also of how she is learning to rise up on eagles’ win...More info →
Since its publication in the Fall of 2015, Where Birds Eat Horses has been causing a stir among Christians. That is because it offers a simple technique, without needing to have a degree in science, to analyze scientific literature, and sort out the real science from the pseudo science. The book was...More info →