Joseph Charles Philpot

1803-1869

J.C. Philpot was born in 1803 and brought up in the Church of England.  He gained an M.A. degree at Oxford University and became a fellow of Worcester College.  It was during a stay in Ireland as a private tutor that he became deeply concerned about his soul and eternity and returning to England, took up the post of curate at Stadhamptom, Oxfordshire.  Becoming acquainted with some who were Strict Baptists who highly esteemed his ministry and being incresingly troubled with the inconsistencies of the Church of England Services he eventually resigned his post in the Church of England and associated with the Baptists for the rest of his life. About the time of his resignation he was asked to help with the editorship of the newly-launched Gospel Standard magazine (1835), of which he became joint editor with John Mackenzie till 1849 and sole editor from then till his death in 1869.  His sermons were widely reported and highly valued, but it was his defence of the doctrine of the Eternal Sonship of the Lord Jesus for which he is probably most remembered.

Ears from Harvested Sheaves

J. C. Philpot

Daily portions selected from the works of J. C. Philpot by his daughters

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Expositions of Holy Scripture

J.C. Philpot

It was J.C. Philpot's custom, following his Scripture reading, briefly to expound the passage he had read, before proceeding to his prayer and sermon. This is a collection of twenty-eight of these pulpit expositions.

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Manna - Sermons by J. C. Philpot

J. C. Philpot

This is a recent collection of sermons by J. C. Philpot most of which have not been printed in book form before.

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Meditations on Ephesians Vol 3

J. C. Philpot

J.C. Philpot's meditations on the first chapter of the Epistle to the Ephesians.

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Sidelights on Bible Characters

J. C. Philpot

A booklet containing extracts from the sermons of J.C.Philpot as they throw some light on some Bible characters.

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Sin and Salvation

J. C. Philpot

J.C. Philpot (1802-1869), Church of England clergyman and Fellow of Worcester College, Oxford, sacrificed his reputation and career for conscience's sake, becoming the Strict Baptist pastor at Stamford and Oakham and Editor of the Gospel Standard for many years. Sin and Salvation consists of selections on important and interesting topics from his sermons and writings.

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Strict Communion

J. C. Philpot

In the form of two letters this booklet seeks to discover the Scriptural pattern for the observance of the ordinance of the Lord's Supper

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The Eternal Sonship of the Lord Jesus Christ

J. C. Philpot

In the early 1860s J.C. Philpot, as editor of the Gospel Standard Magazine was involved in some controversy with other Baptists who maintained that the Lord Jesus was not the true and only begotten Son of God the Father, but was only a son by office, or by his birth, or resurrection.  This book was written to gather together the points he had made in various magazine articles as a defence of the orthodox, reformed doctrine that the Lord Jesus is the true, proper Son of God from all eternity.

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Through Baca's Vale

J. C. Philpot

Through Baca's Vale is a selection of daily readings taken from the sermons and writings of J.C. Philpot (1802-1869). Although the readings are very spiritual, they are also practical and include vital aspects of the Christian's pathway. Like the readings in its companion book, Ears from Harvested Sheaves, they have been made encouraging and helpful to many. This book was first published in 1893 and has been reprinted several times.

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William Tiptaft, Memoir of

J. C. Philpot

William Tiptaft seceded from the Church of England in 1831 a few years before his friend J. C. Philpot. He was a man who forsook everything for Jesus' sake and many of his aphorisms are still remembered today. This is the only biography written by Philpot.

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