Human Na­ture in its Fourfold State

Human Na­ture in its Fourfold State

If there is one book that stands out more than others as rep­re­sen­tati­ve of the best of the Scottish religious classics it is Human Na­ture in its Fourfold State. It met wide accept­ance not only in Scot­land, but also abroad. Already in the eighteenth cen­tury it was trans­lated into Dutch. In this work Thomas Boston (1676-1732) [...]

Saved by Grace Alone: Sermons on Ezekiel 36:16-36

Saved by Grace Alone: Sermons on Ezekiel 36:16-36

Martyn Lloyd Jones (1899-1081) was one of the leading British evangelicals of the twentieth century. Trained as a medical doctor he first served a small congregation in Wales. On a local level a revival was seen under his ministry there. From 1939 to 1968 he was the pastor of Westminster Chapel, London. In the past [...]

From the Mouth of God

From the Mouth of God

Why should we believe that – as Jesus our Lord and Savior – that the Bible is the mouth of God. In From the Mouth of God Sinclair Ferguson, a former minister of the First Presbyterian Church in Colombia, South Carolina and a former professor of systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, answers this question. [...]

John Owen as Guide to Theology

John Owen as Guide to Theology

John Owen (1613-1683) is rightly regarded as one of the greatest theologians Britain ever produced. A.F Mitchell said that he was a genius and learning only se­cond to Cal­vin’s. In him we see the not atypical combination of fervent puritan piety and reformed ortho-doxy that uses scholastic terminology to clarify the message of the gospel. The [...]

Archibald Alexander and his Thoughts on Religious Experience

Archibald Alexander and his Thoughts on Religious Experience

Personal introduction By the grace of God I was brought up in a God fearing family. My father who was a engineer was a lover of the writings of the Dutch practical writers, the Puritans and Scottish theo­logians as Thomas Boston Ralph and Ebener Erskine. Also Luther and Kohlbrugge (the latter is less well known [...]

The Jewish People and Jesus Christ. Biographical sketch of Jakob Jocz (1906-1983)

The Jewish People and Jesus Christ. Biographical sketch of Jakob Jocz (1906-1983)

Jakob Jocz was a Messianic Jew – or what was before World War II the usual designation: a Hebrew Christian - of the third generation. Both his parents and grandparents were Jewish believers. He was born on 18th of October, 1906 in Vilnius, Lithuania, as the son of cabinet­maker; Lithuania being then a part of [...]