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James Montgomery Boice

Late pastor of Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia


James Montgomery Boice (1938-2000) was pastor of Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia from 1968 until his death in 2000. He served as Chairman of the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy and was a founding member of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals. He was a prolific author and published over 50 works.


Products

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Sure I Believe! - So What?

Sure I Believe! - So What?

~ James Montgomery Boice

No matter how enthusiastically we embrace doctrinal teaching it has no real power unless accompanied by action. James Boice tackles key areas of conflict in the Christian's life - avoiding hypocrisy, guarding our tongues using... read more


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The King has Come

The King has Come

~ James Montgomery Boice

The birth of a king is normally marked by lavish national celebrations, a gathering of dignitaries and great joy. But what if he is born in a cave, is surrounded by animals and his first visitors are unknown shepherds? And what... read more


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14 Words from Jesus

14 Words from Jesus

~ James Montgomery Boice, Philip G. Ryken

These inspirational readings probe Christ's seven words from the cross and equally significant, seven words from the risen Lord, after his death. These words highlight the glory of Calvary, the heart of God and how wonderfully... read more


Endorsements

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Our Covenant Heritage

Our Covenant Heritage
'well done... reads well and tells the stories of martyrdom movingly.'

 

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When Grace Comes Home

When Grace Comes Home
Terry Johnson has provided a splendid work on how right theology bears upon our worship, character, suffering and growth in the Christian life.

 

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Revealing Jesus As Messiah

Revealing Jesus As Messiah
"In thirteen short, readable chapters Sacks provides insight into the nature and work of Jesus as Israel's and our Messiah and offers encouragement for those who want to know him and be like him. It would be difficult for anyone to read this book and not be helped by it."