W.H. Griffith Thomas, co-founder of Dallas Theological Seminary, gave young preachers this advice: “Think yourself empty, read yourself full, write yourself clear, pray yourself clean, and then enter the pulpit and let yourself go.” An Oxford graduate, Anglican pastor, prolific author, and popular speaker, Thomas writes with a magnetic fervor and compelling depth, crafting works brimming with spiritual wisdom and practical insight. The Select Works of W.H. Griffith Thomas gathers some of Thomas’ most significant texts. Explore this treasury of volumes and find devotional commentaries, studies of Apostles Peter and John, a systematic theology, texts on Christian living, an examination of the Paul’s prayers, a guide to Bible study, reflections on Communion, and much more.
Griffith Thomas excels in spiritual depth, practicality, and simplicity of expression that makes the most profound truths come alive with excitement.
—Warren Wiersbe, author of the Old and New Testament “Be” Series commentaries
The reading of Dr. Thomas’ books creates in one a deeper love of and desire for God as revealed in his Word.
—William Graham Scroggie, author of The Unfolding Drama of Redemption
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William Henry Griffith Thomas was born in 1861 in Oswestry, Shropshire, England. He went on to graduate from Christ Church, Oxford with a doctor of divinity. He served as principal of Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, from 1905 to 1910. In 1910, Thomas moved his family to Canada, where he was professor of Old Testament literature and exegesis at Wycliffe College in Toronto for nine years. In the years following, Thomas continued to write and speak extensively, publishing more than 40 books and booklets. He co-founded Dallas Theological Seminary with Lewis Sperry Chafer.