Our authors include the Puritans, those like-minded, and other authors of historical interest. Chapel Library does not necessarily agree with all the doctrinal views of the authors it publishes.
Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892) - English Baptist. Without formal education, Spurgeon was called to preach in London at 19. The church later became the Metropolitan Tabernacle, where he ministered to 6,000 people on Sundays and came to be much beloved. The 20-25 million printed words of his sermons stand as the most by a single author in Christian history.
Horatius Bonar (1808-1889) - Scottish Presbyterian, brother of Andrew Bonar. After university, he pastored in village churches before serving many years at the main Presbyterian church in Edinburgh, which became known for its solid Bible teaching and revival. He was a great winner of souls, preacher, hymnwriter, and writer, gifted in putting great truths into understandable language.
A. W. Pink (1886-1952) - English independent Baptist. Pink studied briefly at Moody Bible Institute, pastored churches in the USA and Australia, and returned to England in 1934. His last 12 years were in Lewis, Scotland, writing the Studies in the Scriptures, his monthly expository digest, issued from 1922 to 1953. His focus was on the great themes of grace, justification, and sanctification.
J. C. Ryle (1816-1900) - English Anglican. Ryle served in parish churches within the Church of England for almost 40 years, becoming the Bishop of Liverpool in 1880. He came to international prominence as preacher, Bible expositor, and author. With a style focused on communicating great truths to the common man, his tracts and booklets have sold in the millions.
|Alexander, James W.||1804-1859|
|Benedetto, Don||d. 1544|
|D'Aubigne, J.H. Merle||1794-1872|
|Haldane, James A.||1768-1851|
|Lloyd-Jones, D. Martyn||1899-1981|
|McCheyne, Robert M.||1813-1843|
|Shelton Jr., L.R.||1923-2003|
|Watson, George D.||1845-1923|