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1 423560 Andrew, Brother; Sherrill, John & Elizabeth God's Smuggler
London Hodder & Stoughton 1992 0340155396 / 9780340155394 Paperback Average 
. 256 pages, paper somewhat browned. 
Price: 1.00 GBP
 
 
A Treatise of the Covenant of Grace: Facsimile Reprint from the 1645 Edition, Ball, John
2 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
 
 
3 495484 Barnes, Peter Open Your Mouth for the Dumb: Abortion and the Christian
Edinburgh Banner of Truth Trust 1984 0851513905 / 9780851513904 First Edition Pamphlet Average 
. 32 pages. 
Price: 0.65 GBP
 
 
4 444471 Bible, New King James Version The New Open Bible NKJV Reader's Edition Nelson 1453
Nashville Thomas Nelson 1991 Leather Average 
. BLACK Bonded Leather study Bible. 347 + 1568 pages + maps. 8 x 5 x 1 inches. In quite good used condition; gift inscription to flyleaf. 
Price: 35.00 GBP
 
 
5 011137 Cassidy, Michael Christianity for the Open-Minded: An Invitation to Doubters
Leicester Inter-Varsity Press 1980 085110133X / 9780851101330 Pamphlet Average 
. 46 pages. 
Price: 0.65 GBP
 
 
Living in Peace: The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations, Collins, Gary R
6 012402 Collins, Gary R Living in Peace: The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations
Eastbourne Open Books (Evangelical Publishers Ltd/Windhover Trust) 1971 0900038012 / 9780900038013 Paperback Average 
. 95 pages, edges foxed. 
Price: 1.00 GBP
 
 
7 008839 Foley, John S (Jack) A Sundial in Angel Square: A Memoir
Corfe Castle Woodside Publications 1994 0952173905 / 9780952173908 Second Edition Paperback Good 
. 155 pages. Autobiography of Jack Foley, his Christian life, involvement in the Open Brethren movement, and his Vauxhall car dealership, Foleys at Harman's Cross, Dorset. The title comes from a sundial on Shorts Coachbuilders in Shaftesbury (site of present Post Office), seen frequently by the author in childhood, with the legend "So speed we but the reckoning bideth", a translation of the Latin poet Martial's "Pereant et imputantur". 
Price: 2.75 GBP
 
 
8 451503 Gibbs, Cyril G (editor) Assembly Portions: Sending Portions One to Another
Manly, Queensland, Australia Cyril G Gibbs 1989 Pamphlet Average 
. 34 issues between No 302 (March 1985) and No 350 (December 1989), punched and held together with a binding clip. News from "brethren" in different places, many in Australia and New Zealand but also some in other parts of the world. I am not clear whether at the time of publication the assemblies concerned were in fellowship with the "Open Brethren" or were a different outgoing and missionary minded group of "Gospel Halls" perhaps with roots going back to J N Darby. Organisations mentioned include the North Ryde Gospel Hall, the CA Camps Trust (Winmalee), and the Overcomer Press (Owosso, Michigan, run by Gordon Bennett). 
Price: 3.00 GBP
 
 
9 445375 Gook, Arthur Can a Young Man Trust His God?
London Pickering and Inglis 1957 Third Edition Paperback Average 
. 47 pages. Arthur Gook was a homoeopath and Open Brethren missionary in Iceland. This copy undated. 
Price: 1.00 GBP
 
 
10 009583 Greenbank, Alan J Open Our Eyes, Lord!
London Open-Air Mission 1989 Pamphlet Good 
. 47 pages, selected editorials from the Open-Air Mission's magazine The Master and the Multitude from July 1970 to April 1989. 
Price: 0.55 GBP
 
 
Large Doors Open Wide on Little Hinges: The Story of Woodlands House of Prayer Trust, Hawkins, Vera
11 467089 Hawkins, Vera Large Doors Open Wide on Little Hinges: The Story of Woodlands House of Prayer Trust
Newton Abbot Woodlands House of Prayer Trust 1982 Pamphlet Average 
. 40 pages. Stain to bottom of spine area. The story of the Woodlands House of Prayer Trust, which runs Brunel Manor, a large Christian holiday and conference centre in Torquay based in a house planned by Isambard Kingdom Brunel for his proposed retirement. 
Price: 0.75 GBP
 
 
12 013552 Inchfawn, Fay (Ward, Elizabeth Rebecca) Not the Final Word: or A Joyful Tribute
London Lutterworth 1969 0718816404 / 9780718816407 First Edition Hard Cover Good Average 
. 158 pages. The third volume of autobiography, including some material on her childhood in the Open Brethren in the West Country. 
Price: 3.75 GBP
 
 
13 492745 Irvine, William Carleton Heresies Exposed: A Brief Critical Examination in the Light of the Holy Scriptures of Some of the Prevailing Heresies and False Teachings of Today
Calcutta Evangelical Literature Depot 1946 Twentieth Edition Paperback Average Minus 
. 226 pages, 25 heresies incuding Christadelphianism, Evolution, Freemasonry, Soul Sleep, Tongues Movement, Cooneyites, Mormons, Jehovah's Witnesses, etc, etc. William Carleton Irvine (1871-1946) was a missionary to India and editor of "The Indian Christian"; he is regarded as a pioneer in this type of books. It appears that he originated from New Zealand and was connected with Open Brethren. Front cover tatty. 
Price: 2.75 GBP
 
 
14 011808 Knox, W H Talks to Young People of Any Age on the Gospel of John : Chapter 1: Verses 1 to 18
Ilford S P Bookman 1932 Pamphlet Average 
. 37 pages, good sized print, covers foxed, one minor instance of pen underlining. It appears that W H Knox was a Brethren writer, possibly "Open". 
Price: 0.75 GBP
 
 
15 508109 Lamkin, Margaret Carroll My Flesh and My Heart May Fail: A Personal Testimony of Open Heart Surgery
Tain Christian Focus Publications 2001 1857926439 / 9781857926439 Paperback Average Plus 
. 172 pages. Paper a bit browned. 
Price: 1.50 GBP
 
 
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New 455mm 
Specially designed for use with the Manthorpe slate and tile vents, the GRPA Flexible Pipe range provides an economical, quick and effective connection to standard 4" soil pipes and ventilation ducting systems. The 455mm long GRPA pipe is made from flexible, low-density polyethylene and is supplied with worm drive band clamp for secure fitting. It has an oval connection on one end to attach to the spigot on the GRSV slate vent range which can also be flexed open to fit a 4" circular pipe, with the other end providing a standard 4" duct connection. We have two of these left over from a job - we ended up not using Manthorpe tiles as they didn't have the right size tile for us. 
Price: 5.75 GBP
 
 
17 508089 McKenna, Maureen; Howat, Irene Whitewashed Stairs to Heaven: Maureen McKenna and the 'Open Door Trust Glasgow'
Tain Christian Focus Publications 2000 1857926161 / 9781857926163 First Edition Paperback Average 
. 189 pages. Maureen and Hugh McKenna's life and their Christian work amongst deprived people in Glasgow. Paper a bit browned. 
Price: 1.00 GBP
 
 
18 010672 Open Doors Arrested in the Kingdom & First Class Return (Friends on the Frontline series)
Tonbridge Sovereign World 1999 1852402490 / 9781852402495 Pamphlet Very Good 
. 42 pages. About the persecution of Filipinos in Saudi Arabia. 
Price: 1.75 GBP
 
 
19 012127 Rupp, Ernest Gordon; Drewery, Benjamin Martin Luther (Documents of Modern History)
London Edward Arnold 1971 0713154985 / 9780713154986 Paperback Average Plus 
. 179 pages. An Open University set book at the time of printing. 
Price: 1.75 GBP
 
 
The Open Door, Tallach, S Fraser
20 090012 Tallach, S Fraser The Open Door
Thurso Weydale Publishing 1996 0952668602 / 9780952668602 Hard Cover Very Good 
. 231 pages. Treatise on the history of the Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland and the Constitutional party in the Free Church of Scotland, the issue of the effect of a Protest in a church court, the differing beliefs of the late author and of the Free Presbyterian Church about the actions of their founder, D A MacFarlane, in 1892 and 1893, later cases involving Protest, and the separation of the Associated Presbyterian Churches in 1989. We currently have multiple unused copies of this uncommon privately published book. 
Price: 1.00 GBP
 

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