These archive pages will gradually be unpublished, but only as relevant material has been transferred to the new menu and page system. Please be aware that pages and resources added in 2018 or more recently will not be found on these pages. To view recent additions, including ALL audio and video archive material, please use the site main menu at the top of your screen (on mobile devices, it shows as a button to a pull-down menu). – John E. Ruffle, May 25th, 2019.
THE D.H. RUFFLE MEMORIAL LIBRARY Site Archive 2011 – 2019
Since 2011, these pages have had thousands of anonymous hits from users in a total of 157 different nations.
The content and links below and on the drop-down sub-menu lead to ARCHIVED pages as they appeared prior to the site re-build in 2019. They do not show recent additions or updated menu options, which should be accessed via the main banner menu. Some archive links are not currently functioning as the entire site update project is a work in progress.
This site is a memorial to Denis H. Ruffle, (1915-1995). His lifelong passion had been seeking unity in Christ’s body through mentoring, dialogue, prayer and encouragement. After retirement, he led his local Anglican parish “Friday Night Fellowship” and as a result, a number of priests and ministers first began the journey of discernment through my father’s prayers and encouragement. He called himself simply “an ordinary Christian”. May we all desire to be as “ordinary” as my extra-ordinary father surely was. – John E. Ruffle
Some Archived Highlights:
- ALPHABETICAL LIST of AUTHORS Over 100 works by these authors is currently available FREE to download from this website. (Not hyperlinked)
- BIBLE STUDY LIBRARY: Click on this link to open or save any or all of these famous study volumes offered free of charge. – added upon the Feast of the Name of Jesus, 2012.
- CHURCH HISTORY The Early Church Fathers
- THE IMITATION OF CHRIST – THOMAS á KEMPIS One of the most popular devotional books ever written, and here we offer a second version for free download.
- PRAYER A classic selection of books from a broad range of Traditions of the Church that will help us pray, and draw us closer and closer to the heart of God.
- CLASSIC GEMS OLD & NEW “..this Library is offered as one means to build bridges of understanding, care and compassion in the love of Jesus Christ..”– John Ruffle, Dec 2011
- WEB Links to some very different websites that offer free resources to you. Feel free to leave a comment and add YOUR favourite links too! -Brother John Ruffle
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