Philip Graham Ryken is president of Wheaton College. He is Bible teacher for the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, speaking nationally on the radio program Every Last Word. Dr. Ryken was educated at Wheaton College, Westminster Theological Seminary, and the University of Oxford, where he received his doctorate in historical theology. He and his wife, Lisa, have five children.
Philip Ryken is the author or co-author of the following books:
Released: 2001 | 240 pages | Paperback | $14.99
This biblical and practical guide, complete with leader’s guide and spiritual gifts questionnaire, guides those united in Christ toward life in the Christian community.
Released: 2002 | 272 pages | Paperback | $13.99
Ryken analyzes current events and popular trends from a biblical viewpoint. He covers nine different areas, from marriage and family to church history, from science and technology to holidays.
Released: 2003 | 32 pages | Booklet | $4.99 | Basics of the Faith series
This practical introduction to Reformed spirituality encourages a God-centered mind, penitent spirit, submissive will, holy life, and glorious purpose. Brief, easy to read, and easy to understand.
Originally released in 2003 as a hardcover, Re-released as a paperback in 2011 | 536 pages | $22.99
Old, Mohler, Clowney, Godfrey, Horton, and others write on the Bible and worship, elements of worship, preparing for worship, and worship history and culture.
Released: 2004 | 160 pages | Paperback | $9.99
Three pastor-scholars explore the meaning for evangelicals today of the Nicene Creed’s affirmation of the church as “one, holy, catholic, and apostolic.”
Released: 2005 | 312 pages | Hardcover | $24.99 | Reformed Expository Commentary series
Philip Graham Ryken interprets Galatians in line with Reformation teaching on this epistle, especially with respect to the doctrine of justification by faith alone.
Released: 2006 | 64 pages | Paperback | $6.99
Ryken brings into sharp focus a biblical view of the arts and the artists who make art for God’s sake.
Released: 2006 | 208 pages | Paperback | $13.99
Looks at the power and truth in the phrases of the Lord’s Prayer, compares them with other biblical parallels, and shows you how to make this prayer your own.
Released: 2006 | 48 pages | Booklet | $4.99 | Basics of the Faith series
What does Christianity have to do with life? Ryken reveals the basis of a Christian worldview and describes how it affects one’s view of God, the family, and other issues.
10. 1 Timothy
Released: 2007 | 328 pages | Hardcover | $29.99 | Reformed Expository Commentary series
A commentary on 1 Timothy, emphasizing the defense of the faith. Other themes include qualifications of elders and deacons, care for church members, and proper conduct of public worship.
Released: 2008 | 240 pages | Hardcover | $22.99 | Reformed Expository Commentary series
Studies on Bible passages that talk about Advent by three respected pastors. An ideal resource for the pastor planning to preach on Advent or others wanting to study this subject.
Released: 2009 | 128 pages | Paperback | $9.99
Provides details about the law in Jesus’ time and how it compares to our legal system. You will develop a new perspective on how and why he died for you.
Released: 2009 | 1,488 pages | Hardcover | $59.99 | Reformed Expository Commentary series
Luke provides an orderly account of the life of Jesus that helps people understand that his death and resurrection are good news. This redemptive-historical commentary enlarges on that theme.
Released: 2009 | 208 pages | Paperback | $12.99
Lessons from Jeremiah’s life and ministry; down-to-earth help on how to live, think, and feel in a godless culture; and encouragement to proclaim God’s truth—regardless of cost.
Released: 2010 | 240 pages | Paperback | $14.99
The thirteen Bible stories explained in this book are full of exciting truths about God’s nature and character that bear beneficial implications for us in our relationship with God.
Released: 2010 | 240 pages | Paperback | $14.99
Ryken offers basic principles for interpreting and applying the Ten Commandments—explaining each one, illustrating each with a biblical account, and relating each to the person and work of Christ.
17. 1 Kings
First Kings is a biblical, doctrinal, practical, and Christological commentary on the book of 1 Kings. The book falls into three parts, focusing on the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Many people around us have desperate needs, and the Holy Spirit will not let us sit by and do nothing. This booklet encourages believers to act by pursuing a mercy ministry for their church.
19. 2 Kings | Hardcover | Reformed Expository Commentary series
He is also a contributor to the following books:
Released: 2007 | 208 pages | Paperback | $12.99
Nothing stimulates Christian service more than the assurance of God’s saving grace. Although many are immobilized by doubts, these writers show where assurance lies in relation to other biblical doctrines.
Released: 2012 | 176 pages | Paperback | $13.99 | Best of Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology (PCRT) series | SAMPLE CHAPTER
Many evangelicals are questioning the authority of the Bible and the glory of its Author. Here eight leading pastor-scholars argue for the inspiration and inerrancy of the Word.
Released: 2014 | 352 pages | Paperback | $14.99 | Best of Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology (PCRT) series | SAMPLE CHAPTER
The persons of the Trinity appear throughout Scripture, and knowing them helps enrich our love for our triune God. Here leading pastors and preachers examine each member’s qualities and roles.
Released: 2016 | 184 pages | Paperback | $14.99 | Best of Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology (PCRT) series | SAMPLE CHAPTER
It’s possible to go to church without ever going to God. What makes the difference? God does. Noted pastor-scholars show how God pursues, redeems, and profoundly changes his worshipers.