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We often hear the Covid-19 pandemic described as “unprecedented”, yet for Christians of earlier times, plague was nothing new. For generations, Church leaders regularly faced the sorts of ethical questions that still prove divisive today.

Selecting from the great “plague writings” of the historic church, Todd M. Rester and Stephen M. Coleman have translated and assembled a one-of-a-kind anthology. The wisdom of the past collected in this book offers much needed and trustworthy illumination for pastors, leaders, and laypeople in times of crisis and uncertainty.

Many of the works appearing in Faith in the Time of Plague have never been available in English until now. Included in this volume are the writings of Martin Luther, Theodore Beza, Ulrich Zwingli, Cyprian of Carthage, Zacharias Ursinus, Gijsbert Voetius, and many more.

Introduced by Peter A. Lillback, Faith in the Time of Plague also includes a Foreword from Mayo Clinic Virologist, Dr. Gregory A. Poland.

Westminster Seminary Press




Details  |  Sep 2021

Faith in the Time of Plague


How important was the resurrection in the Book of Acts? This in-depth study provides valuable insight and context.

Baker Academic



Details  |  Dec 2020

The Hope of Israel: The Resurrection of Christ in the Acts of the Apostles

Brandon Crowe


This edition of the ESV includes the text of 13 historic creeds and confessions with Introductions written by Dr. Chad Van Dixhoorn.




Details  |  Jan 2020

ESV Bible with Creeds and Confessions

Chad Van Dixhoorn