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Ian R. K. Paisley Collection (4 vols.)
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Ian R. K. Paisley Collection (4 vols.)

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Ambassador 1996–1997

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Overview

Ian R. K. Paisley, a Northern Ireland politician, pastor, and theologian, brings us several volumes of expository sermons, a verse-by-verse exegesis of Paul's epistle to the Romans, and a volume addressing the garments of Christ in this 4-volume collection. His powerful words—some of which were written in a prison cell—are honest, encouraging, and biblically sound. A fantastic companion to biblical studies, they are a great tool for pastors, scholars, students, and laity.

The Ian R. K. Paisley Collection (4 Vols.) encompasses some of Paisley's finest preaching and writings. His engaging style frames scriptural truth in an accessible manner as he unpacks the theology found within Genesis, Exodus, Luke, John, and Hebrews. And, in the Logos edition, his pennings are easier to study with than ever before. With digital formatting, searching becomes a breeze and Scripture references can be viewed with a mouse-over.

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Key Features

  • Highly accessible biblical writings
  • Expository sermons on Genesis, Exodus, Luke, John, and Hebrews
  • Perfect for scholars, pastors, and laity

Individual Titles

The Garments of Christ

  • Author: Ian R. K. Paisley
  • Publisher: Ambassador Productions, LTD.
  • Publication Date: 1996
  • Pages: 138

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The twelve chapters that encompass The Garments of Christ were each originally preached as sermons to an audience at Martyrs Memorial Free Presbyterian Church, Belfast. The twelve sermons center around text from Isaiah, the gospels, and Revelation, and are divided into four main categories: The Distinctive Garments, The Disdained Garments, The Discarded Garments, and The Crown. This volume offers a unique look at the character of Christ through his apparel.

Expository Sermons

  • Author: Ian R. K. Paisley
  • Publisher: Ambassador Productions, LTD.
  • Publication Date: 1996
  • Pages: 158

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Thirteen sermons, each in expository style, make up this volume. Paisley preaches on Genesis, Exodus, Luke, John, and Hebrews, covering such topics as the blood of Christ, the Ten Commandments, and death.

The Rent Veils at Calvary

  • Author: Ian R. K. Paisley
  • Publisher: Ambassador Productions, LTD.
  • Publication Date: 1997
  • Pages: 93

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"Preaching requires three ingredients—Truth, Clarity, and Passion," states Paisley. The seven expository sermons contained within this volume have each of those three ingredients. They discuss the seven veils Christ tore when He died on the cross: the veil of darkness, separation, death, the temple, the rocks and earth, graves, and his flesh. Two appendixes entitled "The Blood and Water" and "The Power of the Blood" are also included.

An Exposition of the Epistle to the Romans

  • Author: Ian R. K. Paisley
  • Publisher: Ambassador Productions, LTD.
  • Publication Date: 1996
  • Pages: 192

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An Exposition of the Epistle to the Romans was written while Paisley was in solitary confinement in prison, during the latter part of the 1960s. Little did he know at the time that his words would eventually be published worldwide. This exegesis of Paul's epistle to the Romans provides a thorough verse-by-verse analysis, brimming with outstanding scholarship. The writing is divided into sections that show which day of imprisonment Paisley wrote each.

Product Details

  • Title: Ian R. K. Paisley Collection
  • Author: Ian R. K. Paisley
  • Publisher: Ambassador Productions LTD.
  • Volumes: 4
  • Pages: 547

About Ian R. K. Paisley

Ian R. K. Paisley, born in 1926, is a Northern Ireland theologian, politician, and the founder of the Free Presbyterian Church. A member of Parliament for over thirty years, he was a clergyman for even longer. His political activism and influence in the Free Presbyterian Church have left a lasting mark in Northern Ireland, and all five of his children are highly involved with either politics or theology.