Category: Periodicals


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The Sower: Vol 4 & 5: New Series: 1882, 1883

By: The Sower

Price: £9.50

Publisher: London, Houlston & Sons, 1883

. 356 + iv + 352 pages, front board and first few pages detached. A general interest Calvinist gospel magazine, which may well at this time have been edited by Thomas Hull (1831-1906), pastor of Ebenezer Calvinistic Baptist Chapel, Hastings, and had previously been edited by its founder Septimus Sears. View more info

The Weekly Visitor, for 1833

By: Various

Price: £38.50

Publisher: London, Religious Tract Society, 1833

. 472 pages, issues 1-59, illustrated. Christian stories and natural history articles. This appears to be the first volume. View more info

Blue Banner Faith and Life: Vol 22 Number 1: January-March 1967

By: Vos, Johannes Geerhardus (ed)

Price: £1.00

Publisher: Beaver Falls, Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America, 1967

. 64 pages, covers foxed. The Blue Banner was a theological/Bible teaching journal run from 1946 to 1979 by J G Vos. A son of Princeton theologian Geerhardus Vos, he was a former missionary to Manchuria, and a founder of the Reformation Translation Fellowship (for China). View more info

Churchman: A Quarterly Journal of Anglican Theology: Volume 94: Number 1: 1980

By: Williams, Peter (editor)

Price: £1.75

Publisher: London, Church Society, 1980

. 96 pages, some neat red pen underlining to first article. Jim Packer: Theological Reflections on the Charismatic Movement (part 1); Colin Buchanan: The Role and Calling of an Evangelical Theological College in the 1980s; David G Kibble: The Reformation and the Eucharist; Robin A Leaver: Olney Hymns 1779 (part 2); Book Reviews. View more info

The Baptist Reporter, and Missionary Intelligencer: New Series Vol 5 (Vol 22): 1848

By: Winks, Joseph Foulkes (editor)

Price: £24.50

Publisher: London, Simpkin Marshall and Co, 1848

. 476 pages, some pages grubby/stained, fold out picture of the new Baptist Chapel at Bloomsbury torn. Foulkes was a General Baptist but aimed for his periodical to cover both General and Particular Baptist churches, including the Baptist Union of Great Britain and Ireland, which was at this period a Particular Baptist grouping. View more info