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A Treatise of the Covenant of Grace: Facsimile Reprint from the 1645 Edition, Ball, John
1 090004 Ball, John A Treatise of the Covenant of Grace: Facsimile Reprint from the 1645 Edition
Tain Peter & Rachel Reynolds 2012 7770053390 / 9787770053399 Paperback New 
Published in 1645 by his friend Simeon Ash after Ball's death, this is a major work on the subject of God's covenant, and comes with recommendations from other leading Puritans such as Edmund Calamy. This book of Ball's is said to have been influential in the Westminster Assembly which occurred a few years after his death.

Topics studied include:
* what a covenant is
* the different ways in which God made covenant in the Old and New Testaments
* how Christ is the Mediator of the New Testament
* how Christ brings his people into covenant
* how Christians answer Christ's call.

John Ball (1585-1640) was educated at Brasenose College, Oxford, and became a minister in Whitmore, Staffordshire, but was deprived of his living, and imprisoned for periods. He wrote many books and was learned in the controversy with the Roman Church. His writings were popular in New England. Below is a picture of a typical page: -



This is a Lightning Source print-on-demand book, but we aim to keep printed copies in stock here for immediate despatch.

"When I was at university..., a fellow-student had acquired a 1645-copy of Ball's book.... I read it avidly, and found it extremely helpful. Ever since then, I've been keeping half an eye open for the chance to get a copy for myself. So thank you for this very well-produced and readable reprint." John Nicholls, Chief Executive, London City Mission.

"Regarding the Covenant at Sinai, Ball departs from the usual Reformed view by arguing that the difference between the Old and New Covenants is not that of promise and fulfilment, but simply one of degree and intensity. The nature of the Sinai covenant is an issue that has been widely debated in Reformed circles, with a diversity of views resulting. Ball's position can now be assessed from the original source. The print in this facsimile is remarkably clear and a little practice will enable the reader to cope with seventeenth century typography." Reformed Theological Journal, Nov 2006.

A transcription of the first 54 pages of this book in modern spelling (no words changed) is at http://website.lineone.net/~reynoldsp/cov000.htm - this was done before the facsimile was first issued back in 2006. 
Price: 9.50 GBP
 
 
2 478004 Ball, Lionel You'll Go to London: The Autobiography of Lionel Ball
Tain Christian Focus Publications 2008 1845503147 / 9781845503147 Paperback Good Plus 
. 153 pages. Autobiography of a long-time missionary with the London City Mission, largely at the Covent Garden medical mission. 
Price: 1.75 GBP
 
 
3 427147 Brooking, Thomas H [Brooking, Tom] And Captain of their Souls: An Interpretative Essay on the Life of Captain William Cargill
Dunedin Otago Heritage Books 1984 0908774656 / 9780908774654 Hard Cover Good Plus Average Minus 
. 167 pages, dustjacket somewhat torn, a couple of references to james Blackie have been highlighted in orange. Illustrated biographical account of William Cargill (1784-1860), a descendent of the Glasite founder James Cargill, and perhaps of Covenanter martyr Donald Cargill. William Cargill led the colonisation of the Otago region of New Zealand (principal city Dunedin) led by the Free Church of Scotland. 
Price: 14.75 GBP
 
 
4 010614 Carey, George The Church in the Market Place
Eastbourne Kingsway Publications 1984 0860657272 / 9780860657279 Paperback Average 
. 154 pages "how renewal and a spirit of sacrificial love came to a city church" - St Nicholas', Durham, during the ministry of George Carey who was later to become Archbishop of Canterbury. Paper somewhat browned. 
Price: 1.75 GBP
 
 
5 469241 Howat, Irene Light in the City: Stories from London City Mission
Tain Christian Focus Publications 2002 1857927230 / 9781857927238 Paperback Good 
. 187 pages, stories of 11 present day London City missionaries. 
Price: 2.25 GBP
 
 
6 012892 Kearney, Gloria Sing in the Shadows
Belfast Ambassador 1999 184030071X / 9781840300710 Paperback Average 
. 176 pages. Story of Lavinia Abrol, née Johnston, from a deprived background in inner-city Belfast. 
Price: 2.75 GBP
 
 
7 010507 MacCuish, Dolina A Heart for Africa: The Story of Jean Nicolson - Missionary in Zimbabwe
Glasgow Free Presbyterian Publications 2008 0902506633 / 9780902506633 Hard Cover NEW 
. 229 pages, illustrated with photos throughout, 8 pages of colour photos. Born in Arizona to parents from rural Sutherland, Jean Nicolson returned there to spend a few years of childhood after her father's death, but grew up in the city of Glasgow. After training as a teacher she spent most of her working life teaching in Rhodesia at Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland mission schools. Gives much insight into the life of the FP mission, as well as background history. 
Price: 11.50 GBP
 
 
8 495745 Marbury, Edward A Commentary or Exposition Upon the Prophecy of Obadiah; and ... Habakkuk
Edinburgh James Nichol 1865 Cloth Average Minus 
. 88 + 254 pages, pen marking and annotation to some pages, a little damage to cloth of spine. Edward Marbury (died circa 1655) was pastor of St James, Garlickhythe in the city of London. One of the "Nichol's Series of Commentaries" this is in a large format, with marbled paper and cloth binding, 
Price: 24.50 GBP
 
 
9 013736 Morgan, G Campbell The Spirit of God
London Westminster City Publishing Co Ltd 1938 Cloth Average Plus Average 
. 237 pages + index. Large print. Edges heavily foxed, this printing undated. 
Price: 5.75 GBP
 
 
10 469214 Wilson, Carol Green (ed) Calvary through the Years: Compiled in Commemoration of Seventy-Five Years of Service in the City of San Francisco
San Francisco Unknown Publisher 1929 Paperback Average Minus 
. 104 pages, front endpaper missing. A history of Calvary Presbyterian Church, San Francisco, 1854-1929. 
Price: 5.75 GBP
 
 
11 461379 Wrintmore, Frederick Henry God Lifting Men: Stories of the London City Mission, Its Missioners and Ministry
London Oliphants/Lakeland 1968 0551003227 / 9780551003224 Paperback Average 
. 126 pages, paper a bit browned. 
Price: 1.75 GBP
 
 
12 453277 Wrintmore, Frederick Henry The New London
London London City Mission 1960 Paperback Average 
. 139 pages, illustrated. 
Price: 2.75 GBP
 

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