These are the authors who have books with Sojourner Press.

James Hall Brookes

James Hall Brookes (1830–1897) was an American Presbyterian pastor, Christian leader, and author. He served congregations in Ohio and Missouri for 43 years and became a leader in the Niagara Bible Conference. He was a premillennialist and is considered by many as one of the founding fathers of the dispensational movement in the United States. He was a prolific writer, producing over 200 books, booklets, tracts, and journal articles.

Peter Goeman

Peter Goeman (PhD, The Master’s Seminary) is associate professor of Old Testament and biblical languages at Shepherds Theological Seminary, in Cary, North Carolina. He also teaches the young adult ministry at The Shepherd’s Church. He runs a popular blog and podcast called The Bible Sojourner (

Lewis Sperry Chafer

Lewis Sperry Chafer (1871–1952) was a renowned American theologian who wrote prolifically on systematic theology. He was co-founder and first president of Dallas Theological Seminary and was the teacher of Charles Ryrie, who became one of the champions of the dispensational movement.

Timothy Brady

Timothy Brady has extensive experience in language learning and acquisition and has studied Greek and Theology at the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen and the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He is currently working on an MA in Biblical Exegesis and Languages at Dallas Theological Seminary. His passion is serving the church through Bible literacy and theological education.

Richard Heath

Richard Heath (1831–1912) was the author of several works related to Christianity and historical and social issues and causes. These works include Historic Landmarks in the Christian Centuries (1882), The English Via Dolorosa (1893), The Reformation in France I (1886), and The Reformation in France II (1888). His writing style possessed rich character in a friendly and sympathetic tone, which is appropriate for an account of a group as maligned as the early Anabaptists.

Jim Rosscup

Jim Rosscup (1934–2020) earned a doctorate in Bible from Dallas Theological Seminary and a doctorate in New Testament from The King’s College, University of Aberdeen, Scotland. He was chairman of the Bible department, Talbot School of Theology, for twenty-two years, and served as professor of Bible at The Master’s Seminary from 1987 to 2014.