Book Aid currently has six bookshops around the UK, in Barnard Castle, Dundee, London, Ranskill, Templepatrick (Northern Ireland) and Warrington. I visited the London bookshop on Friday and was amazed both by the quality of the stock and the low prices being charged. In my opinion all theological students in the UK should beat a path to their nearest Book Aid bookshop in order to equip themselves with a good library.
Here are some pictures so that you will be able to see a small sample of the vast range of titles the London shop currently has on sale.
Banner of Truth Commentaries
Systematic & Historical Theology and D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones Commentaries
International Critical Commentaries
Dictionaries and Encyclopedias, including the New International Dictionary of NT Theology
Church History, including the Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church (3rd edn. – £10 I think), W.H.C. Frend’s The Rise of the Christianity, etc.
First editions, including a 4 Vol. set of the History of the Church Missionary Society.
Mixed Christian hardbacks and paperbacks.
I hope this has whetted your appetites a little. Profits from sales are used to fund the transport of Christian books to Africa and other locations around the globe. Click here
to learn more about Book Aid’s fantastic ministry.
To get to the London Bookshop by train, get the train to Lower Sydenham station, cross the footbridge and walk up to the main road (Kangley Bridge Road), turn left, walk for 3-5 minutes and you should see the headquarters building above across the road from you.