Friday, 5 August 2011

Crimond House Publications

We thought it was time to bring you up to date with what's been happening at Crimond House Publications, our publishing imprint. We've had a busy summer typesetting and proofreading and have several exciting reprints coming to the market this autumn in our Crimond Classics range.

The Crises of the Christ is G. Campbell Morgan's magnus opus. John Phillips called it "the author's best work." It takes a look at the key points in the life of Christ: His birth, baptism, temptation, trasfiguration, crucifixion, resurrection and ascension. Warren Wiersbe said, "Whenever you find a book by Morgan, buy it and study it."

We have two reprints from David Baron. Baron (1857-1926) was a converted Jew and always had a heart of the Lord's earthly people and the land of Israel. We are reprinting The Servant of Jehovah, his commmentary on Isaiah 53, and Rays of Messiah's Glory, a portrait of Christ from the old testament.

Christ As Seen In The Offerings
is R.F. Kingscote's
devotional study on the person of Christ in the Levitical offerings, based on notes taken on lectures delivered.

Finally, we are releasing a comilation of missionary stories from around the world, A Great Door and Effectual, featuring
great men and women of faith, such as John Knox, William Tyndale, Mary Slessor, David Livingstone, John Wesley and others.

Previous Crimond House publications:
The Watchers on the Longships
The Two Version Bible
Genesis in the Light of the New Testament
Cannibalism Conquered
City on the Seven Hills

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