Translating for King James.  £16.00 

Ward Allen (Ed), Vanderbilt University Press, 1969, 155 pp., paperback.

“Being a true copy of the only notes made by a translator of King James’s Bible, the Authorised Version, as the final committee of review revised the translation of Romans through Revelation at Stationers’ Hall in London in 1610-1611: taken by the reverend John Bois…these notes were for three centuries lost and only now are come to light through a copy made by the hand of William Fulman…who, upon his death, in 1688, bequeathed to Corpus Christi College, Oxford, his papers, containing this copy of Fr. (sic) Bois’s notes.”

The Romance of Bible Chronology. £11.50

Martin Anstey, Forgotten Books, 1913 original, 300 pp., paperback.

A gem! This requires thinking caps for most of us but the effort will be well rewarded. Anstey gives dates from Adam all the way through the Old Testament. This is a very learned work and deeply satisfying for earnest Bible students. Jack Moorman wrote me in an email, "Anstey is light years ahead of Thiele." Jack Moorman's excellent book, "The Two Great Divides" would be well to consult alongside.

The Supreme Irony £4.00 

Paul Bailey, 1996, 26 pp., paperback.

Some Amillenialists like to say that the premillenial prophetic view was a Jesuitical invention to deceive the Church.  Mr. Bailey ably argues that the reverse is actually the case. It is Amillenialism which has Romanist roots. Pathetic, irrational and ad hominem attempts at rebuttal of this book have appeared on the Internet. The author is praying about a re-issue, earlier copie being out of print. 

  

 

Your Body's Many Cries for Water.  £10.75

F. Batmanghelidj, M.D. 2008, 196 pp. Paper.

Subtitled, 'You're Not Sick, You're Thirsty. Don't Treat Thirst with Medication.'

Any recommendations followed in this book are taken at the reader's risk. The book seller is not a physician and makes no promises of healing. The testimonials that Dr. Batman has received, however, are truly remarkable. Claims of wonderful recoveries from a great range of illnesses.

The seller himself, with water alone, recovered from bleeding gums, arthritis and early morning mild depression. As Christians it is our wisdom and responsibility to keep the vessel in working order as far as God allows. Some illnesses may also need more or less dietary changes alongside the water protocol.

The Revision Revised. £23.00  

J.W.Burgon, DBS, 1883, 549pp., paperback.

“In the way Dean Burgon repudiates the English Revised Version of 1881 and defends the Authorised King James Bible, this book will also form a strong basis for defending the King James Bible against the modern versions…”  The reader will probaly need at least first year Greek to understand this book, but that would probably suffice. Scholarly, sober, good                                                                                                                        tempered and brilliant. A  tour de force.

The Causes of Corruption of the Traditional Text.  £13.95                     

J.W.Burgon, DBS, 1896, 324pp., hardback.

A sequel to The Traditional Text. Burgon illustrates five accidental causes and ten intentional causes behind the corruption of the traditional received Greek text. The reader will probably need at least first year Greek to understand this book, but that would probably suffice. 

The Last Twelve Verses of Mark.  £13.50  

J.W.Burgon, DBS, 1871, 370pp., hardback. (Paperback £12.50)

“The manuscripts, the lectionaries, the ancient versions, and the quotations from the Church Fathers all unite to show that Mark 16:9-20 was in Mark’s gospel from the very beginning.” This is dynamite! The reader will probably need at least first year Greek to understand this book, but that would probably suffice

The Forging of Codex Sinaiticus. £ 8.60

Bill Cooper, Creation Science Movement, 2016, 138 pp., paperback.

In this remarkable new work Dr. Bill Cooper gives considerable evidence that Codex Sinaiticus, one of the two great idols of modern bible translators, is not a 4th century document at all, but was actually written in the 19th century. See my blog on this site for further details. 

The Fallen Angels and the Heroes of Mythology (1879)    £21.00 Hardback, £15.50 Paperback 

John Fleming, Kessinger Reprints, 216 pp., Cover not as shown.)

A very thorough treatment of the fallen angels/ sons of Seth views of Genesis 6. Concludes, as the title would suggest, in favour of the fallen angels view. Gripping and well-researched.

Foxe’s Book of Martyrs.  £7.50  

John Foxe, Amazon, 243pp., paperback.

Wycliffe, Hooper, Tyndale, Latimer et al. At times gory but always stirring. Here are the martyrdoms of the world’s greatest men and women. Praise God for such lives as these. As Rome again grows strong, perhaps we should be preparing ourselves for renewed persecution. A brother I know; A preacher of some note; has been banned from preaching in his own 'Brethren' assembly for daring to make one statement in criticism of Romanism! O tempora. O mores!

Which Bible? £ 10.25

D.O.Fuller (ed) Grand Rapids Int., 1970, 350pp., paperback.

Contributors include Terence H. Brown, Zane C. Hodges, Henry W. Coray, Robert Dick Wilson, Edward F. Hills, George Sayles Bishop, Sir Robert Anderson, Herman C. Hoskier and Alfred martin. 5th edition. Fully indexed.

The Two Babylons.  £10.00  

Alexander Hislop, CrossReach, 2017, 143pp., paperback. A4 size

The classic expose of the Babylonian origins of Romanism. This is a very scholarly work but still readable. Gives examples, among other interesting matters, of the worship of the Mother and Child all over the world before the birth of Romanism proper. Informative.

Introduction to the Critical Study of the Holy Scriptures. Vol. 1. £14.00

Thomas Hartwell Horne, T. Cadell, 1823, 650 pp., Paperback. (Reprint 2012 by Forgotten Books.

"On the genuiness, authenticity, inspiration etc. of the Holy Scriptures." Though this work is almost two hundred years old, It will prove a great blessing to any modern student of the word of God. Mr. Horne reasons with great clarity on the subject above in quotes. Personall, if I ran a Bible college, all four volumes would be suggested reading. (Forgotten Books is not a Christian publisher and carry a lot of seriously, if not downright dangerous material. Use them with caution. They do, that said, carry some truly wonderful Christian books.)

On the Genuineness and Authenticity of the New Testament (Part 1- External Evidence) £2.20

Thomas Hartwell Horne 

 

Scripture Proofs of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ £2.20

Thomas Hartwell Horne 

 

A Woman Rides the Beast.  £11.25

 Dave Hunt, Harvest House, 549 pp., paperback.

"In A Woman Rides the Beast, prophecy expert Dave Hunt sifts through biblical truth and global events to present a well-defined portrait of the woman and her pwerful place in the Antichrist's future empire. Eight remarkable clues in Revelation 17 and 18 prove the woman's identity beyond any reasonable doubt." This is a history of the shocking and disgusting conduct, among other things, of the Roman Catholic Church.

Rightly Dividing the Word.  £18.25 

Clarence Larkin, CLE, 1920, 328pp., cloth..

“This book rightly divides the Fundamentals in a series of contrasts, as Law and Grace, Faith and Works, Standing and State …etc. It contains the cream and meat of the Author’s sermons and Bible lectures for thirty years, and is illustrated with 55 charts and diagrams.”

Commentary on Galatians.  £10.00  

Martin Luther, Kregel, 1979, 388pp., paperback. (Cover not as shown).

“This is an outstanding, doctrinally sound, comprehensive commentary. The verse-by-verse exposition offers penetrating insights into Luther’s theology. It is also a careful analysis and clear presentation of Paul’s doctrine, written for all to understand.” A wonderful antidote to the modern subtle additions of various forms of works to the Gospel

8000 Differences Between Nestle/Aland and Textus Receptus £24.00 

 Jack Moorman, 2006, 525 pp., hardback.

This is a systematic and detailed catalogue in scripture sequence of every single variation between the 26th and 27th editions of Nestle/Aland and the Textus Receptus. Dr. Moorman also gives the equivalent English translation for both Greek texts.

Genesis to the Exodus. £29.00
J. A. Moorman, Old Paths Publications, 2017, 651 pp. paperback.

"Premillenial, Dispensational, King James Version. A Commentary and Survey Series: Based on Sound and Influential Bible Institute Material from a Past Generation."

Daniel - The Times of the Gentiles and the Times of Jerusalem. £19.00
J. A. Moorman, Old Paths Publications, 2017, 346 pp. paperback.

"Premillenial, Dispensational, King James Version. A Commentary and Survey Series: Based on Sound and Influential Bible Institute Material from a Past Generation." Personally, this is far and away the best commentary on Daniel I have ever read. It is packed with information, always faithful to the KJV, and frequently correcting even mainstream premillenial teachings. (C.T).

Revelation- God's Final Word. £19.00
J. A. Moorman, Old Paths Publications, 2018, 391 pp. paperback.

"Here's the book that concludes and expands the book  of Daniel. Premillenial, Dispensational, King James Version. A Commentary and Survey Series: Based on Sound and Influential Bible Institute Material from a Past Generation." 

Delivered from the Wrath to Come. £12.00

J. A. Moorman. Old Paths Pub., 2018, 100 pp., Paperback.

Dr. Moorman presents the pretribulational, premillenial view of prophecy. Replete with many scripture quotations.

Early Manuscripts, Church Fathers, and the A.V.  £17.65  

Jack A. Moorman, Bible for Today, 2005, 448pp. Paperback..

This is an excellent tool for the more earnest seeker after manuscript evidence. Along with very informative material concerning Church Fathers and manuscripts, there is a digest of 356 key doctrinal passages giving extensive MSS details for and against the A.V. readings

Forever Settled.  £25.00 

Jack Moorman, Bible for Today, 309 pp.,              £ 21.00 paperback.

Subtitled A Survey of the Documents and History of the Bible. Dr. Moorman personally combines eminent scholarship with a rare dedication to soul winning. This is essential reading for a broad grasp of the basic data. Though very learned, Dr. Moorman’s books are easy to read To use an expression of Spurgeon's, "He never displays his intellectual crockery."

Missing in Modern Bibles, The Old Heresy Revived.  £13.45  

Jack Moorman, Bible for Today, 2009, 123 pp., paperback.

I think this is one of the best and fullest introductions to the versions issue with good material for those who are more seasoned campaigners. Bro. Jack was both a learned man and a faithful man of God.

The Two Great Divides £17.00

J. A. Moorman.Bible for Today, 2010, 247 pp., paperback.

"A defense of the unbroken biblical chronology from Adam to Christ." Dr. Moorman examines the seeming disparity between biblical references to the time of the Exodus and the dedication of Solomon's temple. Also examined is the effect of secular history on the timing of Daniel's seventy week prophecy. Dr. Moorman compares the chronologies of James Usher, Floyd Jones, Edwin Thiele, Edward Denny, the Sedar Olam Rabbah, Ethelbert Bullinger and Martin Anstey. This is a scholarly work trusting wholly in the KJV. It wiil require close and careful attention throughout, which will be amply rewarded.

Was Codex Sinaiticus Written in 1840? £15.00

J. A. Moorman. Old Paths Pub., 2018, 138 pp., Paperback.

"It now appears that the house of cards upon which the modern version text is based is far weaker than we could have imagined. Unlike other Biblical controveries, much of what we know about this one appeared in the British press; mainly in 1862 and 1863.

The Days of Noah (Extract from 'Earth's Earliest Ages.) £2.20

G. H. Pember

 

 

Exploring the Gospel of Matthew. £25.50

Phillips John. Kregel, 1999, 560 pp., Hardback.

John Phillips does not seem to me to be nearly well enough known. A very able preacher and commentator. He uses the KJV but sometimes (not often) will correct it. We do not applaud this, but much of his commentary is very helpful. Perhaps we should not throw out the baby with the bath-water.

Exploring the Gospel of Mark £29.30

Phillips John. Kregel, 2004, 349 pp., Hardback.

John Phillips does not seem to me to be nearly well enough known. A very able preacher and commentator. He uses the KJV but sometimes (not often) will correct it. We do not applaud this, but much of his commentary is very helpful. Perhaps we should not throw out the baby with the bath-water.

Exploring the Gospel of Luke. £20.00

Phillips John. Kregel, 2005, 304 pp., Hardback.

John Phillips does not seem to me to be nearly well enough known. A very able preacher and commentator. He uses the KJV but sometimes (not often) will correct it. We do not applaud this, but much of his commentary is very helpful. Perhaps we should no throw out the baby with the bath-water.

Exploring the Gospel of John. £31.50

Phillips John. Kregel, 2005, 420 pp., Hardback

John Phillips does not seem to me to be nearly well enough known. A very able preacher and commentator. He uses the KJV but sometimes (not often) will correct it. We do not applaud this, but much of his commentary is very helpful. Perhaps we should not throw out the baby with the bath-water.

Exploring the Psalms. Vol. 1. £31.75, Vol 2. £34.25.*

Phillips John. Kregel, 1988, Vol. 1 - 732 pp., Vol. 2 - 704 pp. Hardback.

John Phillips does not seem to me to be nearly well enough known. A very able preacher and commentator. He uses the KJV but sometimes (not often) will correct it. We do not applaud this, but much of his commentary is very helpful. Perhaps we should not throw out the baby with the bath-water. These volumes on the Psalms are particularly good.

* Very small bump to bottom of spine. 15% off price above, Vol. 2 only next sale.

Amusing Ourselves to Death. £10.50 

Neil Postman, Methuen, 1987, 184 pp., paperback.

"What Orwell feared were those who would ban books. What Huxley feared was there would be no reason to ban a book, for there would be no one who wanted to read one...In '1984', Huxley added, people are controlled by inflicting pain. In 'Brave New World' they are controlled by inflicting pleasure...This book is about the possibility that Huxley, not Orwell, was right." This is a remarkably perceptive work. It reveals the harm done by television as a medium, quite apart from the more obvious harm done by televised smut. This was the eye-opening work that started my book-selling.(Listen to Neil Postman on 'Links') 

In Awe of thy Word.  £ 32.00

Gail Riplinger, A.V.Publications, 1184pp., hardback.

This is a mine of information for the lover and defender of the King James Bible.  This book explains how to find the meaning of Bible words using the Bible itself. It warns of the misleading nature of lexicons. It also shows the mastery that the KJV translators employed in their native tongue to produce the miracle of the English language, the King James Bible.

New Age Bible Versions. (Updated.) £17.00

G. A. Riplinger.

"This updated book is the result of an exhaustive seven-year collation of the new bible versions, their underlying Greek manuscripts, editions and editors. It objectively and methodically documents the hidden alliance between new versions and the New Age Movements One World Religion." Mrs. Riplinger recieved a lot of flack for writing this which means she must have been over the target. Some of her critics she takes out to the woodshed in her answer, "Blind Guides." She doesn't have the gravitas of Dean Burgon but loves and honours the KJV, which is more important..

The "Errors" in the King James Bible. £16.00  

P. S. Ruckman,BB Bookstore, 511 pp., paperback.

Formerly titled "Problem Texts," this book gives you complete, irrefutable, and Biblical answers to the "corrections" or alterations of the King James Bible by Hebrew and Greek speaking apostates.

The History of the New Testament Church. Vol.1 £16.50, Vol.2. £15.50

Peter S. Ruckman.

Dr. Ruckman's history is based upon the prophetic interpretation of the seven churches in Asia in the opening chapters of the Revelation. The breadth of Dr. Ruckman's learning makes this a very useful work.

The Authorized Version of the English Bible (1611)
Its Subsequent Reprints and Modern Representatives. £14.00

F.H.A. Scrivener, 2010 (orig. 1910), CUP, 312 pp., paperback.

"This volume is his critical examination of the King James Bible which chronicles the history of the Bible's various editions...  A detailed discussion of the use of grammar and punctuation is included, as well as appendices listing all variations and amendments occurring between the different editions." Note! The blooper on the cover is a publisher error.

A Testimony Founded Forever.  £16.50 

James H. Sightler, Sightler Publications, 1999, 362 pp.

An historical background of events and characters involved in the shift from the Textus Receptus to the Revised Greek text.

Lectures to My Students.  £15.00  

C.H.Spurgeon, 496pp., Hardback.

Thirty lectures given at Spurgeon’s College by Mr. Spurgeon.There is an abundance of wisdom and counsel here for those having a call to preach. Packed with good advice and warnings about pitfalls. Stirring.

The Treasury of David. £45.00 the set.  

C.H.Spurgeon, Hendrickson, 1436pp., hardback. In 3 Volumes.

Spurgeon’s own commentary on every verse of the Psalms is extremely insightful…You’ll find a wealth of illuminating extracts and quotes from hundreds of commentators– contemporaries of Spurgeon as well as the great Puritan expositors of the 17th and 18th C.”

One Book Rightly Divided. £27.50

Douglas D. Stauffer & Andrew B. Ray.

"God has given man the Bible, yet the scriptures are debated with more vigor (sic) and less agreement today than in any previous generation. The resultant widespread error propagated by churches and cults has compelled the republication of this highly acclaimed title. One Book Rightly Divided addresses many difficult and confusing questions."

Among many others, I imagine, I personally urged Bro. Doug. to republish, having found the first edition a great and informative read. This edition is even more so.

The New Strong's Expanded Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible. £20.00

James Strong, Thos.Nelson, Hardback.

A very thick A4 tome. Personally, I wouldn't trust everything in here except for the bare concordance itself. That is extremely useful as a study and reference aid.  Always watch out for that word 'New' on republished books.

If I Perish, I Perish.  £9.00  

Major W. Ian Thomas, Capernwray Hall, 1967, 118pp., paperback.

A first class exposition of the book of Esther with particular reference to the battle between flesh and spirit. This is fresh and lively exposition of a kind rarely met with in modern pulpits. Very helpful.

The Saving Life of Christ and The Mystery of Godliness. £9.50. (Two books in one.)

Major Ian Thomas, 1961 &1964 reprinted 1988, Zondervan, 281 pp., paper.

Superb. Major Thomas is way ahead on his own. A preacher of the so-caled 'Deeper Life' which is actually the normal Christain life. Oh God! Give me this life!

Cover illustration to follow.

The Pursuit of God.

A. W. Tozer, Hardback £14.00  Paperback £7.00.     (Cover shown is paperback.)

One of the greatest American preachers of the 20th century. So close was Tozer's walk with God that he was often called a 20th century prophet. Tozer was not only a man of God, he was also a Man of God. He never attended his own church prayer-meetings because all were too ashemed to pray before or after him. Unsurprisingly, he is now in little demand among the half-converted cowboys (to use his phrase} of today.

The Knowledge of the Holy.

A. W. Tozer, Hardback £15.25 Paperback.£10.00.

For more about Tozer, see above.

Commentary on the New Testament. £35.00

John Trapp.

Trapp was Spurgeon's favourite commentator, alongside perhaps, Sir Richard Baker. Trapp is full of pithy remarks. For example, " Bachus hath drowned more men than Neptune." Great salt and pepper for preachers. A great personal favourite.

Letters to Edward Gibbon, Esq. £11.50  

George Travis, Forgotten Books, Originally 1875, 437 pp., paperback.

Edward Gibbon authored the famous, Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. In that book, Gibbon takes a pop at the authenticity of 1 John 5:7, citing critics like J.J. Griesbach. George Travis, who was Archdeacon of Chester from around 1886-1897, takes Gibbon to task in fine fashion. This filled in so many gaps for me, I read all of it twice through with great pleasure.

God Wrote Only One Bible.  £9.00 

J.J.Ray, Eye Opener Publishers, 1980, 122pp., paperback.

“This book reveals a secret plot of diplomatic trickery, which seeks to destroy faith in the inspiration of the Bible. Modern versions and paraphrases cannot be the full and complete Word of God when essential portions have been deleted." 

Biblical Mathematics: Keys to Scripture Numerics
Ed, F. Vallowe, 250 pp., paper.

Dr. Vallowe covers every number up to forty and then sixteen more numbers up to one thousand. In my view, more blessed than either Bullinger (Number in Scripture), or Payne (The Seal of God), and probably more accurate in many instances.

 

The Complete Bible Commentary. £34.00
George Williams, Kregel, 1058 pp., paper.

Two of the godliest men I have ever met in my forty years as a believer, both recommended George Williams' Commentary to me. A relative of his told me that sometimes preaching in the street, he would get stoned until the blood was running in his shoes. This truly is a gem of a Commentary. Being a late 19th century preacher, he fell for the R.V. as did most of his contemporaries. References to the R.V. are the only major down-side to this work. CT

Studies in the Book of Daniel. Vols. 1 & 2, £12.00 each.

Robert Dick Wilson. Paperback.

These are not commentaries but defences of the authenticity and genuineness of the Book of Daniel. Probably unparalleled in research and accuracy. A must for lovers of the Book of Daniel.