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We now offer an increasing range of titles as e-books. You can quickly find the books that are relevant to you by using the filters in the left-hand column of this section.

How do I buy and download e-books?

First of all, make sure you have a device and software that you can use to read your e-books BEFORE YOU BUY (see this FAQ first for all the relevant questions relating to e-books, especially regarding any known incompatibilities with the different formats. See this FAQ for help with electronic subscriptions.

Assuming you have read and understood the FAQs referred to above, all it takes is the following three simple steps:

  1. Sign in to your account. For help with finding or creating your account, see this FAQ.
  2. Buy the e-books you want from the titles listed below.
  3. After you have checked out your order, the title(s) you have purchased will appear in the downloads section of your account for you to download. Go to My Account > Downloads.

If you have bought an e-book in the past but didn’t download it, simply sign in and go to My Account > Downloads!

Lastly, please remember that these books are for personal use only, and we ask that you don’t pass them on to other people.

Children’s Books

CMPA Titles

Discussion Notes

Discussion Notes

Exhortation

Expositional

Expositional

Foundations

Hymn Books

Hymn Books

Miscellaneous

Preaching Items

Reference Materials

Study Guides

Young Adults Books

Our E-book Library

The following library contains our complete collection of E-books. Please use the category lists above to narrow your search if you’re looking for something more specific.

  • This 2002 edition hymn book contains both words and music, and is in PDF format for you to download for use on your personal electronic devices only.

  • This 2002 edition hymn book contains words only, and is in ePub format for you to download for use on your personal electronic devices only.

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    OVER the years many fine Bible students have contributed articles to The Christadelphian. Some of the series, and occasionally collections of single articles, have subsequently been produced as books, but there is much material lying largely forgotten that deserves the attention of a new generation of readers.
    The availability of the magazine in electronic form has made it far easier to search through past issues, but it can still be a time consuming exercise to collect together all the articles in a series.
    The Study Series from The Christadelphian addresses that issue, and it is hoped that readers will find these additional e-booklets helpful and convenient to use. The fifth one, A Letter to Hebrews, reproduces twenty-eight articles under this heading by Brother John Morris which were published in the magazine from September 1984 to December 1986.

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    Writers of biographies usually find that they are helped by the shadows cast by their subjects rather than by any nobility of character radiating from them. Weaknesses reveal more than excellences; so many apparent virtues are counterfeits.
    But Jesus casts no shadows. He stands irradiated by the light of Heaven, beloved of God. He is altogether lovely.
    The purpose of this book is to present a simple picture of Jesus, so that the reader may be encouraged to look even more reverently at the Man who can be confused with no other man, and meditate more frequently upon the words that could have fallen from no other lips.

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    God has always been the God of Israel. The promises made to Abraham the Hebrew were repeated to Isaac and Jacob. Further promises were made to David, Israel’s greatest king. Even Jesus declared that his mission was to the house of Israel. But God has always made provision for those outside the Commonwealth of Israel, as the numerous examples in this book show. After all, He is a God not willing that any should perish.

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    A collection of over forty articles from a former editor of The Christadelphian. One of the articles is entitled “Return to the centre” which is the essential theme of the second part of the book.

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    An exciting work, looking at the events surrounding the times of John the Baptist when some in Israel were on the tiptoe of expectation, awaiting the long-promised Messiah. This fictional account gives the flavour of life in those days, viewed through the eyes and experiences of a young Galilean boy, and provides many unexpected insights into the scriptural record.

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    This striking sequel to A Time to Hear moves the story to the last months of Christ’s ministry when the initial fervour of Israel for the Messiah was faltering. The fictional account gives a realistic perspective on life in those tumultuous days, viewed through the eyes and experiences of a Galilean youth and his family, and provides many unexpected insights into the scriptural record.

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    The final part of the trilogy begun with A Time to Hear, it moves the story to the time of the Acts of the Apostles. The fictional account gives a realistic perspective on life in those tumultuous days, viewed through the eyes and experiences of a Galilean young man and his family, and provides many unexpected insights into the scriptural record.

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    Abraham and Sarah walked together before Almighty God. It was together as a couple that they learned, then lived and finally loved the counsels of God that guided their steps.
    Their experiences were special but not unique, for the development of faith matured by trial is the way of God with all His children. How encouraging it is to know, however, that even the father and mother of the faithful needed to be taught their faith by God working in their lives.
    Watch the author introduce his book on YouTube!

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    A detailed study of the life of Abraham with particular emphasis on the promises and covenant made to him by God. The author also explains the types and lessons to be drawn from the life of this faithful friend of God.

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    OVER the years many fine Bible students have contributed articles to The Christadelphian. Some of the series, and occasionally collections of single articles, have subsequently been produced as books, but there is much material lying largely forgotten that deserves the attention of a new generation of readers.
    The availability of the magazine in electronic form has made it far easier to search through past issues, but it can still be a time consuming exercise to collect together all the articles in a series.
    The Study Series from The Christadelphian addresses that issue, and it is hoped that readers will find these additional e-booklets helpful and convenient to use. The sixth one, Amos and his Prophecy, reproduces nineteen articles under this heading by Brother Alfred Nicholls which were published in the magazine from May 1969 to December 1971.