Church History

Tokens of Grace by Laurie Stanley-Blackwell

Recommended by Mark Tubbs.

An enjoyable and enlightening social and ecclesial history of a long-gone communal tradition.

John Knox and the Reformation by Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Iain Murray

Recommended by John Bird.

These two eminent Reformed writers combined in one volume is worth the read, whatever the topic.

The Legacy of the King James Bible by Leland Ryken

Recommended by John Bird.

A fitting tribute to an epoch-marking advancement in the history of scriptural translation.

The Evangelicals by Christopher Catherwood

Recommended by John Bird.

An important book about Evangelicalism's past, present and future.

Calvin and the Biblical Languages by John Currid

Recommended by Mark Tubbs.

A plea to modern Bible students and teachers to pursue linguistic knowledge of the original biblical languages.

The Church History ABCs by Stephen Nichols, Ned Bustard

Recommended by John Bird.

Church history primer targeted at children that will also interest parents.

Forerunner of the Charismatic Movement by Arnold Dallimore

Recommended by Tim Challies.

An excellent biography, typical of Dallimore, of a complex and confused man of God.

The Life of Arthur W Pink by Iain Murray

Recommended by John Bird.

The definitive biography of one of the most influential Evangelical authors of the twentieth century.

The Unquenchable Flame by Michael Reeves

Recommended by Tim Challies.

A straightforward and lively introduction to the Reformation.

Beyond the Suffering by Robert Kellemen, Karole Edwards

Recommended by Trevin Wax.

Unearths the rich treasure trove of history, theology, and "sufferology" inherent in the stories of African American slaves.