In A New Day of Small Beginnings, Pierre Courthial paints on an expansive canvas the truths and history of Christianity from creation to the present. His interpretation of history is written from the perspective of a sovereign and personal God overseeing His covenantal plan-a design that remains unthwarted through the ages. From a heavenly panorama, he presents a clear image of history from antiquity to the deification of the modern state.Plus d'info →
Pierre Viret's Simple Exposition is an English translation of his classic French work. Written as a conversation between two individuals, Matthew and Peter, this flowing dialogue is an easy-to-read, informal means of studying the basic truths of Christianity, written by the literary master Pierre Viret.Plus d'info →
Why does the earth exist? What is the purpose of human life?
These are two of life's most fundamental questions - and they are addressed by the Bible's remarkably unified story, which centres on a unique deity.
Desmond Alexander explores this story by beginning at the end, in the final chapters of the book of Revelation. Anticipating the creation of a new earth and a new heaven, these chapters bring to fulfilment a process that began with the creation of the earth, as described in the opening chapters of Genesis. These passages frame the entire biblical 'meta-story'.