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.
Gaebelein’s work, the Lord of Glory, is a work on Meditations on the Person, the Work and Glory of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Glory of the Cross is a work about Christ’s life. It focuses on the events around his crucifixion and the cross.
Machen’s Literature and History of New Testament Times gives precious background information on the New Testament.
Archibald Alexander Sermons #1 is a compilation of 47 sermons by Archibald Alexander (Presbyterian) compiled and edited by David Cox.
Walter Chantry writes Take up your Cross based on Luke 9:23-24. The idea is self-abnegation as part of the Christian faith.
Little Book of Wisdom is a three part work, the first part has 20 chapters on the cross, hell, heaven, etc. on loving God, and 7 devotions.