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All Endorsements by Allan Harman

1.

The Covenant of Grace

The Covenant of Grace
"He studied the scriptures intently (all but 4 of the Biblical books are referred to), and organised his material methodically. Constantly he illustrates, not by lengthy stories but by phrases and references, which crystallize his points... I can testify to the blessing they have been to me."

 

2.

Christianity and its Competitors

Christianity and its Competitors
"singles out four heretical positions adopted in the early church and traces with care the way in which the various views developed, and how they have resurfaced time and again... easy to read."

 

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The Systematic Theology of John Brown Of Haddington

The Systematic Theology of John Brown Of Haddington
"John Brown of Haddington (1722-1787) is an honoured name in Scottish church history. For 36 years he ministered to an Associate Presbyterian congregation, and for 20 of those years he was also the denominational professor of divinity. Students came to Haddington for a restricted number of weeks, and then went away to carry on their studies that the professor had prescribed. The introduction to this reprint gives a good overview of Brown's life and work, while the study itself is a facsimile reproduction."

 

4.

The Cross in the Experience of Our Lord

The Cross in the Experience of Our Lord
"As we read, we can sit at the feet of a wonderful preacher who took delight in leading his hearers to see the glory of Christ crucified."

 

5.

A Kirk Disrupted

A Kirk Disrupted
This book, with its detailed yet highly readable story, sets the pattern for others to follow. It is high-class biography, accurate and broad in scope, yet immensely interesting and informative.

 

6.

Systematic Theology (Volume 2)

Systematic Theology (Volume 2)
Douglas Kelly is at his best... a wonderful resource.

 

7.

Anthems for a Dying Lamb

Anthems for a Dying Lamb
Jewish scholars long ago realised that Psalms 113-118 form a significant grouping within the Psalter. Read and ponder the implications of the Dying Lamb facing Calvary in the light of these songs that extol God's power to save.

 


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