More Churchman articles online

The Churchman journal

Older issues of The Churchman journal are extremely rare, and the Church Society (the publishers) and myself have been working together to locate copies for digitisation for quite a while. Thanks to the generosity of a library in Cambridge I have been to fill some of the gaps in my table contents in my table of contents for this journal, particular in the earlier “old series” (1879-1886). So now, for the first time, a complete run of Churchman articles dating back to 1918 are available online. As material becomes available I hope to complete the project by filling the remaining gaps.

You can browse the contents of The Churchman here.

Westminster Commentary on Amos by Ernest A. Edghill

Ernest Arthur Edghill [d.1912], The Book of Amos with Notes, 2nd edn.

This is an exegetical commentary in the Westminster Commentaries series by Ernest A. Edghill.

My thanks to Book Aid for making a copy of this public domain title available for digitisation.

Ernest Arthur Edghill [d.1912], The Book of Amos with Notes, 2nd edn. Westminster Commentaries. London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1926. Hbk. pp.119. [Click to visit the download page for this title]

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
    1. The Historical setting of the prophet’s message
    2. Amos as prophet
    3. The pre-suppositions of Amos’ teaching
    4. The Book Amos
    5. The literary influence of Amos
  • Analysis of the Book
  • Text and Notes
  • Appendix: The Words of Amos Retranslated and Rearranged
  • Index

My New Job: Librarian at Spurgeon’s College

A new year often brings changes for all of us. If you have been following Theology on the Web on social media you will know that I will be made redundant from my current job at the end of December. This Christmas we are praising God that He has provided me with a wonderful new opportunity for service and ministry. As of the beginning of January 2020 I will be taking up the position of Librarian at Spurgeon’s College in South London.

Thank you for all your prayers – and please continue to pray for me in this very challenging and exciting role.