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Derek Thomas

Senior Minister of Preaching and Teaching, First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina


Originally from Wales, Derek Thomas is the Senior Minister of Preaching and Teaching, First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina and Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology at the Atlanta campus of Reformed Theological Seminary.


Products

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Praying the Saviour's Way

Praying the Saviour's Way

Let Jesus' Prayer Reshape Your Prayer Life

~ Derek Thomas

Even in today's post Christian society the Lord's Prayer remains widely known. Its beauty is that it can be understood by a child, but has tremendously profound lessons for those of us who investigate it more deeply. However, our... read more


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Calvin's Teaching on Job

Calvin's Teaching on Job

Proclaiming the Incomprehensible God

~ Derek Thomas

For many of us the book of Job stands directly in the centre of one of the most complicated problems of life - the interaction between divine sovereignty and human responsibility. Its implications for a world of suffering and... read more


Endorsements

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When Grace Transforms

When Grace Transforms
"A magnificent interpretation of the Beatitudes alongside that of Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Sinclair Ferguson, John Stott and James Montgomery Boice, to name only the more recent ones. My "Sermon on the Mount' note book is now crammed with Johnsonisms--pithy one-liners that get to the heart of what Jesus meant by adorning the righteousness of the kingdom of God. Those who know him as I do can 'hear' him preach these powerful and convicting sentences. This is where preaching and teaching needs to go. A marvelous book which I cannot recommend too highly."

 

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The Good Book Guide

The Good Book Guide
"Healthy doctrine expressed in a fresh way."

 

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The Marrow of Modern Divinity

The Marrow of Modern Divinity
"The Marrow of Modern Divinity is one of the most important theological texts of all time"

 

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When Grace Comes Home

When Grace Comes Home
He manages to make theology what it ought always to be... I cannot recommend it highly enough.

 

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