Brian H. Edwards

Brian H. Edwards

Books Edited by Brian Edwards

Day One - Travel Guides

A series of biographical travel guides of people and places associated with our Christian heritage. Each book contains hundreds of colour photographs, maps and travel information.

People

  • John Blanchard
  • William Booth
  • John Bunyan
  • John Calvin
  • William Carey
  • William Cowper
  • Jonathan Edwards
  • Billy Graham
  • William Grimshaw
  • John Knox

     

  • C S Lewis
  • Martyn Lloyd-Jones
  • The Martyrs of Mary Tudor
  • Robert Murray McCheyne
  • The Pilgrim Fathers
  • Frances Ridley-Havergal
  • JC Ryle
  • C S Spurgeon
  • William Tyndale
  • William Wilberforce

Places

  • The British Museum
  • Cambridge
  • Oxford
  • Egypt
  • Israel
  • Jordan
  • Parliament
  • Rome
  • Wales

In Conversation

A series of A5 booklets dealing with contemporary issues and written in an easy-to-read conversational style. Suitable for teenagers and above. These are only available as free downloads on the Day One website.

  1. What’s special about Sunday?
  2. What is the New Age?
  3. Is Hell for ever?
  4. How do we get guidance?
  5. Tongues and all that
  6. Baptism in the Spirit – What’s that?
  7. Where are the Apostles and Prophets?
  8. Help! I’m Redundant
  9. Why shouldn’t we? – sex before marriage
  10. Healing Today?
  11. What’s the Sense of Suffering?
  12. How can I become a Christian?
  13. Not under Law – the relationship of Old Testament law and the gospel.
  14. The price of Life – eugenics, abortion and euthanasia.



Brian H. Edwards

Symposiums edited by Brian Edwards


Men, Women and Authority
A response to the debate on the role of women in the church.

First published in 1996. 259 pages including a Scripture index and a general index.

Nine contributors respond to the evangelical feminism debate with biblical conciseness and clarity. This study begins with an historical survey and the contemporary scene; it continues by examining the biblical view of leadership, gender and headship, and the distinctive and vital roles of men and women. With an awareness of where the popular debate has brought us and with practical applications for church life today, it is a valuable contribution to such a topical issue.

Homosexuality Today
the straight agenda

First published in 1998. 263 pages including two appendices.

Fourteen contributors deal with the vital issue of concern today. The study begins with the current scene, and continues with an historical survey of the subject. Other issues dealt with are: genetics, the Bible and sexuality, the Bible and homosexual practice, the way some have misused the Bible on this issue, the cultural factor and discrimination. The book also includes chapters on reaching out to homosexuals and how the church should respond. It concludes with two testimonies and a letter from a pastor to a young man grappling with gay tendencies. This is a vital book on an urgent subject.