Berkeley William Randolph, who described himself as a “Prayer Book Churchman”, dedicated his life to the teaching of the Bible. An ordained priest in the Church of England, Randolph always emphasized the infallibility of the Bible, whether at the pulpit or in the classroom. This collection contains his most important works. In The Virgin Birth of Our Lord, Randolph defends the miracle of the conception and birth of our Lord. In The Law of Sinai, Randolph shows why the Ten Commandments still play an important part in our faith today, and provides important lessons for each commandment. In The Empty Tomb, Randolph explores the miraculous resurrection of Jesus and the effect it had on the spreading of Christianity the world over. This collection also contains two inspirational biographies penned by Randolph, Arthur Douglas, Missionary on Lake Nyasa and The Mind and Work of Bishop King.