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Tom J. Nettles

Former Senior Professor of Historical Theology, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky


Tom Nettles is Professor of Historical Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky.


Products

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Living by Revealed Truth

Living by Revealed Truth

The Life and Pastoral Theology of Charles Haddon Spurgeon

~ Tom J. Nettles

Tom Nettles has spent more than 15 years working on this magisterial biography of Charles Haddon Spurgeon, the famous 19th century preacher and writer. More than merely a biography it covers his life, ministry and also provides... read more


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The Baptists

The Baptists

Beginnings in Britain - Vol 1

~ Tom J. Nettles

The nature of Baptist identity has come to a place of critical importance in Baptist studies. What exactly constitutes a Baptist? Tom Nettles seeks to answer this fascinating question through examining the lives of some of the... read more


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The Baptists

The Baptists

Beginnings in America - Vol 2

~ Tom J. Nettles

The nature of Baptist Identity has come to a place of critical importance in Baptist Studies. What exactly constitutes a Baptist? In Volume 1, Professor Nettles sought to answer this question through examining the lives of some... read more


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The Baptists

The Baptists

The Modern Era - Vol 3

~ Tom J. Nettles

In the final part of Tom Nettle's Trilogy, he traces some of the modern movements with the Baptist diaspora. Nettles looks at the downgrade in the British Church through the lenses of C.H. Spurgeon and John Clifford and the... read more


Endorsements

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The Stain That Stays

The Stain That Stays
'The lack of serious self-criticism and sustained biblical analysis on this issue plagues the Christian house. This book by John Armstrong takes a sober look at this problem and endeavours to shake us into something radical - that is to engage the Bible obediently.'

 

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Good Christians, Good Husbands?

Good Christians, Good Husbands?
Driven by a confluence of four motivations, Doreen Moore has produced a study of marriage that is helpful and charming. She is a good historian. I remember this from excellent work that she did in the history program at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Her desire for accurate helpful history gives energy to the historical investigation of the three highly pertinent examples of how evangelical 'calling' impacts to the marriage relationship. She is a concerned theologian. Marriage as a part of the divine order and a subject of divine revelation has an important part in a comprehensive display of God's purpose in the world. She has been careful to give it a theological arrangement. She is a wife. She understands the pressures brought to bear on a marriage by intense ministry goals and demands. Developing a deep sense of the stewardship of marriage is important to her and helps as her argument unfolds. She is a mother. The mysterious union achieved in a family through the begetting of children and rearing them in the nurture and admonition of the Lord is both a personal experience and a theological truth for her. Christian Focus should be congratulated for the pursuit of this manuscript by Doreen and each reader will receive rewards in personal development far in excess of the time invested in reading.

 

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Supernatural Living for Natural People

Supernatural Living for Natural People
"rarely will one find a pastor as keenly informed on the biblical languages, historic theology, current issues, as thoroughly committed to a ministry of the Word in proclamation and print, and as lovingly sensitive to the souls of his parishioners as is the author of this book."

 

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The God-Centered Preacher

The God-Centered Preacher
'...a rigorous and step by step consideration of what it means to be a biblical preacher. Driven by historic Reformed thinking, Reymond unpacks the preaching task through the stages of the mental and spiritual condition of the preacher, its necessary focus on the revealed truth, the character and purpose of God, and the resulting communication of the specific content of that revelation. Among the growing number of books on preaching, this one should take its place at the top echelon and be made a consistent and ready reference for reminding us that truth, passionately believed, fervently lived, and articulately presented governs the preaching task.'

 

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