John Charles Ryle

Ryle, Evangelical Tracts of J.C. Ryle

Evangelical Tracts of J.C. Ryle wrote well over two hundred evangelical tracts, of which more than two million were circulated, and many were translated into foreign languages. Throughout his ministry, he remained one of the strongest defenders of the evangelical reformed faith within the Church of England. His faithful witness to the Gospel of Christ needs to be heard more than ever today. The following selection of tracts are classics of Gospel Truth that readers came to expect from all his writings. His tracts are.

Evangelical Tracts of J.C. Ryle wrote well over two hundred evangelical tracts, of which more than two million were circulated, and many were translated into foreign languages. Throughout his ministry, he remained one of the strongest defenders of the evangelical reformed faith within the Church of England. His faithful witness to the Gospel of Christ needs to be heard more than ever today. The following selection of tracts are classics of Gospel Truth that readers came to expect from all his writings. His tracts are.

Tracts of JC Ryle

J.C Ryle Tracts

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John Charles Ryle
John Charles Ryle

John Charles Ryle (10 May 1816 – 10 June 1900) was an English evangelical Anglican bishop. He was the first Anglican bishop of Liverpool.

Life

He was the eldest son of John Ryle, private banker, of Park House, Macclesfield, M.P. for Macclesfield 1833–7, and Susanna, daughter of Charles Hurt of Wirksworth, Derbyshire. He was born at Macclesfield on 10 May 1816.[1]

He was educated at Eton and the University of Oxford, where his career was unusually distinguished. He was Fell exhibitioner at Christ Church, from which foundation he matriculated on 15 May 1834. He was Craven scholar in 1836, graduated B.A. in 1838, having been placed in the first-class in literæ humaniores in the preceding year, and proceeded M.A. in 1871. He was created D.D. by diploma on 4 May 1880.[1]

Ryle left the university with the intention of standing for parliament on the first opportunity, but was unable to do so because of his father's bankruptcy. He took holy orders (1841–42) and became curate at ExburyHampshire. In 1843, he was preferred to the rectory of St Thomas, Winchester, which he exchanged in the following year for that of HelminghamSuffolk. The latter living he retained until 1861, when he resigned it for the vicarage of Stradbroke in the same county. The restoration of Stradbroke church was due to his initiative. In 1869, he was made rural dean of Hoxne, and in 1872 honorary canon of Norwich. He was select preacher at Cambridge in 1873 and the following year, and at Oxford from 1874 to 1876, and in 1879 and the following year. In 1880, he was designated dean of Salisbury, and at once, 19 April, advanced to the newly created see of Liverpool, which he ably administered until his death at Lowestoft on 10 June 1900. He is buried at All Saints ChurchChildwallLiverpool [1]

Family

He married three times but his first two wives died young.[2] The first marriage was on 29 October 1845, to Matilda Charlotte Louisa, daughter of John Pemberton Plumptre, of Fredville, Kent. The second, in March 1850, was to Jessy, daughter of John Walker of Crawfordton, Dumfriesshire. The third, on 24 October 1861, was to Henrietta, daughter of Lieutenant-colonel William Legh Clowes of Broughton Old Hall, Lancashire. He had a daughter by his first wife, and three sons by his second wife. His second son, Herbert Edward Ryle also a clergyman, became successively Bishop of Exeter, Bishop of Winchester and Dean of Westminster.[1]

Legacy

John Charles Ryle, by Carlo Pellegrini, 1881.

Ryle was a strong supporter of the evangelical school and a critic of Ritualism. He was a writer, pastor and an evangelical preacher. Among his longer works are Christian Leaders of the Eighteenth Century (1869), Expository Thoughts on the Gospels (7 vols, 1856–69), Principles for Churchmen (1884). Ryle was described as having a commanding presence and vigorous in advocating his principles albeit with a warm disposition. He was also credited with having success in evangelizing the blue collar community.[1]

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Content of Tracts of JC Ryle

1. 39 Articles
2. Able to Save Heb 7:25
3. Against Ritualism
4. Apostolic fears 2 Cor 11:3
5. Archbishop Laud
6. Are we Sanctified?
7. Are you Fighting? 1 Tim 6:12
8. Are you Happy?
9. Able to Save Heb 7:25
10. Are you Looking? Heb 12:2
11. Are you Ready?
12. Assurance 2 Tim 4:6-8
13. Baptism
14. Baxter 1 Cor 14:8
15. Be Content
16. Beware! Mat 16:6
17. Bible Reading John 5:39; Luke 10:26
18. Calvary
19. Christ Crucified
20. Come Mat 11:28
21. Come out, and Be Ye Separate! 2 Cor 6:17
22. Conversion Acts 3:19
23. Cross Gal 6:14
24. Do you Believe? John 3:16
25. Do you Confess?
26. Duties of Parents Prov 22:6
27. Evangelical Religion
28. Faith and Assurance
29. Faith’s Choice Heb 11:24-26
30. Free Salvation
31. Farewall Address
32. Few are Saved 1 Cor 14:8
33. Form or Heart 2 Tim 3:5
34. Going to Table 1 Cor 11:28
35. Gospel Treasures
36. Great Battle
37. Happiness Psa 144:16
38. Having Spirit Jude 1:19
39. Heaven
40. Hold Fast
41. How do you do? Acts 15:36
42. Hundred Years
43. Idolatry 1 Cor 10:14
44. If any man John 7:37-38
45. Inspiration (article) 2 Tim 3:16
46. The inspiration of the Bible John 17:17
47. Introduction to our Times 1 Cor 10:14
48. Is it real? Jer 6:30
49. Justified!
50. Looking unto Jesus Heb 12:2
51. Many shall come Mat 8:11
52. A morning without clouds 2 Sam 23:4-5
53. Never perish John 10:28
54. No Uncertain Sound
55. Occupy until I come Luke 19:11-13
56 One Blood Acts 17:26
57. Only One Way Acts 4:12
58. Owe Reformation
59. Peace be still! Mark 4:37-40
60. Power of the Holy Spirit
61. Prayer Luke 18:1; 1 Tim 2:8
62. Preference to Gospel of John
63. Prove all things 1 Thess 5:21
64. Regeneration
65. Remember Lot! Gen 19:16
66. Self Exertion Luke 13:24
67. Self Inquiry Acts 15:36
68. Seven Bishops
69. Shall we Know?
70. Strive Luke 13:24
71. The Sight that stirred St Paul Acts 17:16-17
72. The World 2 Cor 6:17
73. Three Pictures Acts 26:24-29|74 Toplady Job 8:8
75. Tried by its fruits Luke 6:44
76. Two Thieves Luke 23:39-43
77. Unbelief a Marvel Mark 6:6
78. Victory 1 John 4:4-5
79. We must be holy
80. What Canst thou Know? Job 11:7-8
81. What think ye of Christ? Mat 22:42
82. Where are your sins? Job 13:22; Psa 51:2; 1 John 1:7; Rom 3:25
83. Whole Family Eph 3:15
84. Why were our Reformers burned?
85. Wycliffe
86. Zeal Gal 4:18

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