Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Acts, Romans, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1 Thessalonians, 1&2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon (MP3), Hebrews, James, 1 & 2 Peter, 1 John, 3 John (MP3), Revelation
Abraham, The Cross, The Biblical Teaching on Man, Who Jesus Is, Acceptable Worship, Life of Peter, The Bible, the Godhead, the Church, The Person and Power of the Holy Spirit, Him We Proclaim, Studies in the Life of Paul, The Law of God, The Character of God, Spiritual Warfare, The Sermon on the Mount, In Christ, Living the Christian Life, Biblical Newness, Advent, Approaching Calvary, The Church and the Holy Spirit, Relationships, The Life of Moses, Knowing Christ, The Subject of Prayer, On Temptation, A Tale of Two Cities, True Christian Assurance, The Life of David, Seven Words from the Cross, The Bible, The Authority of Jesus, Apostolic Evangelism, The New Birth, The Feast of Pentecost, Priorities, Being Children of God, The Subjext of Prayer, The Lord's Prayer, Christian Doctrine, Foundation Truths Of The Christian Gospel
Rev. Eric Alexander is truly one of the best expositors of Scripture on the planet. I thank God that He has graciously given this very gifted preacher to the church.
Rev. Alexander was born in Glasgow, Scotland, where he was educated at the University of Glasgow, obtaining degrees in Theology, Philosophy, and History. He served for fifteen years as minister of a rural Church of Scotland parish in Ayrshire, and for twenty years as Senior Minister of St. Georges Parish Church in the center of Glasgow. He retired from St. Georges at the end of 1998. Since then, Rev. Alexander has had a wide ministry both in Europe and in the United States, teaching at a number of seminaries including Regent College, The Masters Seminary, Beeson Divinity School, and Westminster Theological Seminary. In addition, he has spoken at the Philadelphia Conference on Reformation Theology over the past twenty years.
Eric and his wife, Greta, have been married for forty years and have two children. He resides in provincial Glasgow.