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Chapman Library Purchases Theology Books with £100.00 Grant Under The Langham Partnership Programme

On 23rd March, 2017 the Chapman Library kdelivery of 10 Theology books purchased with the 2015/2016 literature grant of £100.00 under the Langham Partnership programme.

Langham Partnership is a United Kingdom-based Christian charitable organization dedicated to the supply of books to theological institutions worldwide.

The Chapman Library has been a beneficiary of the Langham Literature Grant programme for the past three years.

Below is the list of the books:


1 Gooding, David; Lennox, John Christianity: Opium or Truth Coleraine, Ireland: Myrtle Field Trust, 2014
2 Ma, Wonzak; Karkainem, Veli-Matti; Asamoah-Gyedu, J. Kwabena (editors) Pentecostal Mission and Global Christianity Oxford: Regnum, 2014
3 Asamoah-Gyedu, J. Kwabena Signs and Signs of the Spirit: Ghanaian Perspectives on the Pentecostalism and Renewal in Africa Oxford: Regnum, 2015
4 Nyewa, Samuel 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus Grand Rapids, Michigan: Hippo Books/Zondervan, 2009
5 Gooding, David; Lennox, John The Bible and Ethics Coleraine, Ireland: Myrtle Field Trust, 2015
6 Campbell, Constantine R. Advances in the Study of Greek Grand Rapids, Michigan: Books/Zondervan, 2015
7 Frame, John M. Medical Ethics: Principles, Persons and Problems Phillipsburg, NJ: Presby and Reformed Publishing Co., 1988
8 Clarke, Gifton R. Pentecostal Theology in Africa Engene, Oregon: Pickwick Publications, 2014
9 Lawrence, Paul The IVP Concise Atlas of the Bible History Downers Grove, IL: Inter-Varsity Press, 2013
10 Wright, Christopher J. H. Old Testament Ethics for the People of God Leicester: Inter-Varsity Press, 2004


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