- 1 Corinthians 1-4: Reader's Notes
- A Prophet for the Twenty-First Century: Zephaniah
- A ROUGH GUIDE TO HAGGAI
- An Applied Outline of Philippians
- Daniel: Readers' Notes
- Ephesians for Everyone: a Brief Explanation
- Ezra - An Applied Overiew
- Genesis: Survey
- GOD’S WORD THROUGH THE UNORDAINED: THE MESSAGE OF AMOS
- GRACE UPON GRACE: THE MESSAGE OF JUDGES
- Joshua: Readers' Notes
- Matthew: Easy English
- Nehemiah: An Applied Overview
- OBADIAH: a little book with a big message!
- Romans: Getting a Grip on Romans
- RUTH and the God of Grace
- The Busy Person's Guide to Ezekiel
- The Enigma Code: An Outline of Ecclesiastes
- The Gospel of Mark: In the Footsteps of the Master
- THE LETTER OF JAMES
- The Life of Faith in 1 Samuel
- The Second Epistle of John.
- The Third Epistle of John.
- The Word of the LORD to a Corrupt World: Studies in Jonah and Nahum
Evangel is the British Evangelical Review. It is a regular journal which addresses the issues facing the Evangelical Church in this country, and overseas. Stephen Dray, Minister of Ferndale Baptist Church, has been Editor of Evangel for more than 10 years. Here you can read his Editorials, which set the tone for each issue.
- 'Like men who dreamed'
- A Parable of the Human Condition
- A Sickness Unto Death?
- Are Evangelicals Biblical?
- Be Still and know that I am God
- Beyond Toronto
- Biblical Spirituality
- Brutalised Humanity
- By this shall all man know that you are my disciples
- Celtic Spirituality: A Review Article
- Chronological Elitism!
- Engendering Harmony
- Evangelical Spirituality
- Fence or Source
- Foundations for a shifting world
- Foundations for a shifting world
- Humble Men with Big Hearts: a Mark of True Gospel Greatness
- Labor et Orare
- Listening to God
- Pastors or Professionals
- Postmodernism and the Renewal of the Reformed Faith
- Praise Him in the Dance
- Rediscovering Authentic Christian Experience
- Semper Reformanda
- The Authority and Sufficiency of Scripture
- The Babylonian Captivity and the Post-Critical Challenge
- The Crucified God
- The Imprecatory Language of the Bible
- The Land: A Forgotten Element in Biblical Hope
- The Qualities of a Spiritual 'Father'
- The State of Health of Theological Evangelicalism
- The Terrible Legacy of Spiritual Abuse
- The Way of Wisdom
- There were giants in the land
- Tradition and Novelty
- Truth and Falsehood
- Where have all the preachers gone?
- Women in Church History: an Excamination of pre-Reformation Convictions and Practice
The Dray family has strong Cornish roots and they have put this to good use in commencing a series of short booklets on aspects of Cornish Christian history. The first four studies are devoted to various aspects of early Methodism in Cornwall, especially related to the mining village of Gwennap. Two of the booklets, the short accounts of the deaths of Thomas and Samuel Hitchins by their father James, were originally published by John and Charles Wesley in the first five years of Methodist activity in Cornwall. Slightly edited to render the English easier to read they are both accompanied by a short introductory essay by Stephen and Anne. The third study is a new piece of research by Stephen into the life of one of their brothers, William, who was one of the very first Methodist itinerant ministers. The last study is by John Dray and explores the relationship between Church and Chapel in Gwennap for the years 1743-1791. Further studies are planned to follow.An edited version of an article by C.H. Spurgeon on ‘Foolish Dick’, one of Cornwall’s most extraordinary local preachers, is currently in production.