Ryle Bundle (5 Volumes)
“[Holiness] is simply the best of Ryle the Puritan-type pastor. Real Christians will find it a gold mine, a feast, a spur and a heart-warmer, food, drink, medicine, and a course of vitamins, all in one. You will not find a more nourishing diet this side of heaven.”See All
“Prayerfully and urgently read [Thoughts for Young Men], consider, and apply to your own life what our dear departed brother and pastor has to teach us for our own good and for God's greater glory.”See All
“[Thoughts for Young Men is] a distillation of true Puritan theology presented in a highly readable and modern form.”See All
“"in all his writing and preaching, he was first and foremost a pastor, and as J. I. Packer has pointed out, alongside the question 'Is it true?' the question 'What effect will this have on ordinary people?' was always in his mind.”See All
“His writing is always clear (A 19th Century man who writes in short sentences!). His writing is always driven (He’s always going after the jugular vein of your soul). His writing is always focused (He just can’t keep his eyes off Jesus).”See All
Dale Ralph Davis
“My first pastor ranked Ryle’s Holiness among the top 10 Christian books of all time.”See All
former Director, Westminster Bookstore
“Among the few authors a Christian wants as a lifelong friend and helper, J.C. Ryle is certainly one. After sixty years I still read him with the same relish!”See All
“From the standpoint of the history of evangelicalism, the ministry of J.C. Ryle is of utmost significance. In a day when the tide was beginning to turn against the convictions and worldview of evangelicals, Ryle stood firm as a rock, for the heart and basics of the gospel.”See All
Included in this bundle
Holiness - The classic work on sanctification updated for the 21st Century. Convinced that “the subject of personal godliness has fallen sadly into the background,” Ryle wrote with a pastor’s conviction to see people wholeheartedly follow Christ. This oft-cited and singular work has lost none of its richness in its 100 plus years of existence. Abridged, with modernized English.
Happiness - Happiness addresses a topic that has fascinated mankind and remains a hot topic today: what is true happiness? How can it be found and held on to, even when life throws a curved ball? Ryle gives answers you can trust and that all Christians will find helpful.
Thoughts for Young Men - Thoughts for Young Men is tremendously important: the changes in society have led to young men being marginalized and many are far more interested in the latest online games than Christian faith. Ryle challenges young men to take their rightful place in God’s plan.
Eighteenth Century Christian Leaders - This present book was originally entitled The Christian leaders of the Last Century; or England 100 Years Ago (it was published in 1869) and came about as a result of the biographies it includes being written as a series. Ryle’s intention in the release of the book was more than recounting lives such as those of George Whitefield, Henry Venn, William Grimshaw and Daniel Rowland and others: he applies the lessons from their stories and appeals for a return to the faith and dedication of these excellent men. This edition it has been lightly modernized and references which would confuse the modern reader have been updated.
Do You Pray? - Do You Pray? challenges all Christians in a day when prayer meetings are in decline and personal serious prayer is increasingly rare. Ryle’s approach is simple and straightforward and easily understood by both young and old.
J.C. Ryle (1816-1900) was Bishop of Liverpool. Forgoing a political career for the pastorate, his ministry was characterized by outreach and steadfast commitment to the truth of God's Word. His books include Holiness and the popular series of Expository Thoughts…