The Far Eastern Bible College Press has published over 50 works mostly authored by the faculty. All the books below are published by the FEBC Press and authored by the Principal - Rev Dr. Timothy Tow - unless otherwise stated. For books which are available for downloads, permission should be sought in writing (febc@febc.edu.sg) if any of these books are copied for distribution; but if cited in research papers or theses, proper acknowledgement of source is expected.

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Christian Theology

Author: Timothy Tow
ISBN: 981-04-1071-9


The writing of this book is primarily to restate and reinforce the B-P Church’s position on Israel. … Besides the main issue of Israel’s Restoration, questions like whether a woman can speak in Church and the singing only of Psalms in Worship also cropped up. These questions, big and small, are answered herein, and much more. To tell all that are necessary for Bible-Presbyterians to learn and relearn, from Hyper-Calvinism to Charismatism, from Westcott and Hort to the King James Bible, I have decided to weave the doctrines of our Church around my own life-experiences. Hence, “The Story of My Bible-Presbyterian Faith”.

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Author: Timothy Tow
ISBN: 981-04-1457-9


This booklet, The Truth Shall Make You See, is a follow-up to “The Story of My Bible-Presbyterian Faith”. Especially, to Chapter II, “Bible-Presbyterianism and the Premillennial Doctrine of Israel”.

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Author: Lynn Gray Gordon
ISBN: 981-04-1976-7


This course The World’s Greatest Truths is now in the form of a teaching manual/personal workbook in order to meet the varying needs of Christians in different parts of the world:

(1) It can be used in individualized, personalized study.

(2) It can be the basis of a church-wide training program for new members.

(3) It is especially designed to be a classroom course for young people of high school and college age, with each student having his own workbook, because this is the age group which will determine where the church stands, doctrinally, in future years.

(4) It can be used as the basis for a classroom course for Sunday Schools for people of all ages.

(5) It can also be used as a correspondence course for missionaries on mission fields, both in the United States and throughout the world.

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Authors/Editors: Timothy Tow & Jeffrey Khoo
ISBN: 978-981-05-9034-5

A Systematic Theology in the Reformed and Premillennial Tradition of J Oliver Buswell

There are many textbooks on Christian theology but J Oliver Buswell’s Systematic Theology published in 1962 by Zondervan is, as far as we know, the only one that expresses a Reformed and yet Pro-Israel Premillennial system of theology.

The Bible Presbyterian Church as founded by Carl McIntire in 1937 is the ecclesiastical representative of the Reformed and Pro-Israel Premillennial system of theology. Timothy Tow, the father of the Bible-Presbyterian Church and movement in Singapore and Southeast Asia, studied Buswell’s Theology under Buswell himself at Faith Theological Seminary (1948-50), and Jeffrey Khoo in turn learned it from Tow at the Far Eastern Bible College (1985-9).

Besides Calvin and his Institutes, Buswell—our teacher and grand-teacher—has been our guide in the Reformed tradition, and we hereby acknowledge his contribution herein. But let it be known that the Holy Scriptures are the rock foundation of our studies, and the sole and supreme authority of our faith and practice.

Satan hates God’s Word, and from the beginning has tried to undermine it. This he did by demoralising our first parents, “Yea, hath God said?”, and they succumbed. The theologians before us have done well in declaring the Bible to be verbally and plenarily inspired, infallible and inerrant. This has confirmed our faith in the Scriptures. But in order to spoil us again, Satan tries to erode the foundation of our faith by subtle new tactics. This he does by questioning the verbal and plenary preservation of the Holy Scriptures, casting doubt on the text of Holy Scripture through Westcott and Hort. He cunningly contrives rules for interpreting, yea, rather misinterpreting, Scripture which he hides under a big word “hermeneutics”, and “historical criticism”, and “textual criticism”. Last but not least, he twists the meaning of Scripture, right and left, by a new method of translation called “dynamic equivalence”. In order to unmask Satan’s masquerading, this book is not only didactic but also polemic, in obedience to the apostolic injunction, “that ye should earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints” (Jude 3).

Reformed Theology is known for its emphasis on the sovereignty and faithfulness of God. On this account, this book does not shun to teach the special providence of God in preserving (1) the inspired words of the Holy Scriptures in the Hebrew Masoretic Text and the Greek Textus Receptus on which the Reformation Bible—the Authorised/King James Version—is based, (2) the Church universal comprising all the elect who have been redeemed by the precious blood of Jesus Christ, and (3) the chosen nation of Israel which will see greatness when Christ returns to rule on this earth for a millennium.

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Audio Book Links:

  • Theology For Every Christian - Theism: Knowing God [Audiobook] [YouTube|Spotify]
  • Theology For Every Christian - Anthropology: Knowing Man [Audiobook] [YouTube|Spotify]
  • Theology For Every Christian - Soteriology: Knowing Salvation [Audiobook] [YouTube|Spotify]
  • Theology For Every Christian - Eschatology: Knowing The End Times [Audiobook] [YouTube|Spotify]

A Systematic Theology in the Reformed and Premillennial Tradition of J Oliver Buswell

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A Systematic Theology in the Reformed and Premillennial Tradition of J Oliver Buswell

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Author: Timothy Tow
ISBN: 9971-991-20-9


“Dr Timothy Tow’s translation of Wang Ming Tao’s assessment of the Charismatic Movement should have the widest possible circulation. Although his assessment was written in 1934, it struck me as remarkably modern and totally applicable to the practices that have swept through many church fellowships and house groups of our day.” Dr Peter Masters, The Metropolitan Tabernacle (Spurgeon’s), London.

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