William Tyndale was determined to provide his country with Scripture in the 16th century.
George Whitefield was a man whose fervor was marked by singular piety and deep theology.
A portrait of John Calvin, the sixteenth-century preacher whose core beliefs determined his preaching style.
In "Famine in the Land", Steven J. Lawson makes a biblically grounded argument for expository preaching like the prophets and apostles did.
A look at Scripture and its teaching on God's way of salvation by grace.
Charles Spurgeon fearlessly taught the doctrines of grace and salvation in Jesus Christ.
This trailblazing reformer was a precise theologian, prolific author, fierce debater, and captivating teacher.
The doctrines of grace are often known as the five points of Calvinism, and are timely truths upheld today.
Steven Lawson introduces us to the great theologian, Jonathan Edwards, who aimed high in his Christian faith and lived out his own Biblical instruction.