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Mark Jones

Minister, Faith Reformed Presbyterian Church (PCA), Vancouver, Canada


Mark Jones is the Minister of Faith Reformed Presbyterian Church (PCA), Vancouver, Canada. He is married to Barbara and they have four children.


Products

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Christian's Pocket Guide to Good Works and Rewards

Christian's Pocket Guide to Good Works and Rewards

In this Life and the Next

~ Mark Jones

When you consider who we are by nature and who the most holy God is in his nature, it appears at first that talk of "rewards" from God is a little presumptuous on our part. We have already been ransomed by Christ - isn't it... read more


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A Christian's Pocket Guide to Jesus Christ

A Christian's Pocket Guide to Jesus Christ

An Introduction to Christology

~ Mark Jones

For many of us, the whole concept of Christology is as mystifying as a foreign language, yet Christians down the ages have fought to defend the person and work of Christ - seeing him and what he did quite rightly as a vital... read more


Endorsements

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Christ Set Forth

Christ Set Forth
"Thomas Goodwin was a man of prodigious learning, but he was also a man who loved the church of Jesus Christ because he loved his Saviour so much. With his pen in hand he tried his best to allow both his heart and mind to write about the person and work of Christ in such a way that was not only orthodox, but also useful for those he regularly preached to and those who would have the pleasure of reading his works."

 

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A Christian's Pocket Guide to Sin

A Christian's Pocket Guide to Sin
The church needs more books addressing the topic of sin. Therefore, I am deeply thankful for this book by Dr. Iain Campbell, which gives us a solid theological introduction to the doctrine of sin. What should be a rather depressing book actually becomes a book full of hope because the author, with keen pastoral instincts, leads us to the remedy for sin found in Christ Jesus.

 

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The Marrow of Modern Divinity

The Marrow of Modern Divinity
What can a London barber-surgeon and "amateur" theologian tell us about theology? A lot. This book is famous for the controversy it sparked in Scotland in the eighteenth century, but it has a hidden prehistory that goes back to the early seventeenth century. Essential reading for us today if we wish to understand the Antinomian and Neonomian debates of those eras and how these debates, even today, never seem to go away.

 

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The Person of Christ

The Person of Christ
I don't always read the same book five times, but when I do, it is this one by John Owen. If there is a richer book on Christology in the English language, I am not aware of it.