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Unsearchable Riches By Donald MacLean
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Rev Donald MacLean (1915-2010) was a gifted minister of the gospel whose pastoral ministry on the Isle of Skye and in Glasgow lasted over fifty years. Many thousands heard his powerful preaching... More > throughout these years and under the blessing of the Holy Spirit this was profitable to many people. Unsearchable Riches contains twelve of Donald MacLean’s instructive and devotional sermons. The book begins with a sermon whose title epitomises the contents of the volume - ‘Unsearchable riches’.The reader will find here solid expositions of Scripture, a rich covenantal theology, and a warm emphasis on Christian experience.< Less
Unsearchable Riches By Donald MacLean
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Rev Donald MacLean (1915-2010) was a gifted minister of the gospel whose pastoral ministry on the Isle of Skye and in Glasgow lasted over fifty years. Many thousands heard his powerful preaching... More > throughout these years and under the blessing of the Holy Spirit this was profitable to many people. Unsearchable Riches contains twelve of Donald MacLean’s instructive and devotional sermons. The book begins with a sermon whose title epitomises the contents of the volume - ‘Unsearchable riches’. The reader will find here solid expositions of Scripture, a rich covenantal theology, and a warm emphasis on Christian experience.< Less
Select Works of James Begg on Worship By James Begg
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The works included in this edition are "Anarchy in Worship", "Purity in Worship in the Presbyterian Church" and "The Use of Organs in Christian Worship... More > Indefensible". James Begg (1808-1883) was born in New Monklands, Lanarkshire, in Scotland. He was educated at Glasgow University and ordained in The Church of Scotland in 1830. He took part in the Disruption in 1843 and spent the remainder of his life in the Free Church of Scotland. Other works authored by Begg include, “A Handbook of Popery”, “The Headship of Christ”, “Free Church Principles”, and “Memorial in regard to the Constitution of the Free Church of Scotland”.< Less
Scottish Reformation Society Historical Journal, vol. 4 By Douglas Somerset (ed.)
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The Scottish Reformation Society Historical Journal contains articles on Scottish Church history written from an evangelical perspective. Subjects in the 2014 issue include the Reformation in... More > Aberdeen in 1559; the destruction of the Aberdeen friaries in 1559/60; the Committees for Visitations, 1690-95; the Jonathan Ranken Anderson case in 1852; and Anti-Burghers Edinburgh in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.< Less
Scottish Reformation Society Historical Journal, vol.3, 2013 By Douglas Somerset (ed.)
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The Scottish Reformation Society Historical Journal contains articles on Scottish Church history written from an evangelical perspective. Subjects in the 2013 issue include John Knox and the... More > destruction of the Perth friaries in 1559; the Scottish Covenanters and uniformity of Church government with England in the 1640s; the Scottish Church in Rotterdam in 1643; Alexander Shields and the Revolution Settlement of 1689; James Begg and the 1872 Education Act; the History of the Kames Free Presbyterian Church 1893-1994; and Movements in main-line Presbyterian Churches in Scotland in the twentieth Century.< Less
The Works of James Orr By James Orr
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This collection has the following works: Christian View of God and the World as Centring in the Incarnation, 10th Edition Food for the Lambs; or, Helps for Young Christians Orr was orphaned and... More > became an apprentice bookbinder, but went on to enter Glasgow University in 1865. In 1870, he obtained an M.A. in Philosophy of Mind, and after graduating from the theological college of the Presbyterian Church, he was ordained a minister in Hawick. In 1885 he received a D.D. from Glasgow University, and in the early 1890s delivered a series of lectures that later became the influential The Christian View of God and the World. He was appointed professor of Church history in 1891 at the theological college of the United Presbyterian Church. He was one of the primary promoters of the union of the United Presbyterian Church with the Free Church of Scotland, and he represented the United Presbyterians in the unification talks.< Less
The Family By J. Andrews Smith
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With this book, J. Andrews Smith, MSW, makes a unique contribution to the fields of North Carolina historiography, sociology and social work. Almost 20 years ago, Clyde F. McSwain published a... More > detailed account of his life at the Masonic Orphanage at Oxford, North Carolina. Nearly 10 years later Richard McKenzie published a penetrating memoir of his life in the Presbyterian Orphanage at Barium Springs , North Carolina. A few other full-length recollections of orphanage life may have been written and published, but there is no other book, I think, similar to this one by Mr. Smith. His is no less than a collection of firsthand accounts of life as lived by a succession of children in the Free Will Baptist Orphanage (or Children’s Home) at Middlesex, North Carolina, over a period of nearly 90 years—from the second decade of the 20th century to the first decade of the 21st century. George Stevenson Jr. Archivist (1970-2008) North Carolina State Archives Raleigh, North Carolina< Less
The Fall of Adam and Other Works By John Greene
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John Greene (d. 1660), was Pastor of Pencombe, a Presbyterian and Reformed minister, and a member of the Westminster Assembly of Divines. These three works contained in this volume are rare. They... More > are all that remain of his preaching and writing. The treatise on Adam's fall covers who Adam was in creation in the Covenant of Works, his constitution, and the manner and reality of the fall. Greene includes an incredibly valuable section on why Adam fell, but also discusses how Adam fell. His two sermons cover the exposition of "The Church's Duty for Received Mercies" on 1 Samuel 12:24, “Only fear the Lord, and serve him in truth...consider what great things he hath done for you.” His second sermon on "Nehemiah's Tears" is an exposition on prayer and fasting on Nehemiah 1:3-4, “...that I sat down and wept, and mourned certain days, and fasted, and prayed before the God of heaven.” This work is not a facsimile and has been made easy to read with an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Fall of Adam and Other Works By John Greene
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John Greene (d. 1660), was Pastor of Pencombe, a Presbyterian and Reformed minister, and a member of the Westminster Assembly of Divines. These three works contained in this volume are rare. They... More > are all that remain of his preaching and writing. The treatise on Adam's fall covers who Adam was in creation in the Covenant of Works, his constitution, and the manner and reality of the fall. Greene includes an incredibly valuable section on why Adam fell, but also discusses how Adam fell. His two sermons cover the exposition of "The Church's Duty for Received Mercies" on 1 Samuel 12:24, “Only fear the Lord, and serve him in truth...consider what great things he hath done for you.” His second sermon on "Nehemiah's Tears" is an exposition on prayer and fasting on Nehemiah 1:3-4, “...that I sat down and wept, and mourned certain days, and fasted, and prayed before the God of heaven.” This work is not a scan and has been made easy to read with an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Family By J. Andrews Smith
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With this book, J. Andrews Smith, MSW, makes a unique contribution to the fields of North Carolina historiography, sociology and social work. Almost 20 years ago, Clyde F. McSwain published a... More > detailed account of his life at the Masonic Orphanage at Oxford, North Carolina. Nearly 10 years later Richard McKenzie published a penetrating memoir of his life in the Presbyterian Orphanage at Barium Springs , North Carolina. A few other full-length recollections of orphanage life may have been written and published, but there is no other book, I think, similar to this one by Mr. Smith. His is no less than a collection of firsthand accounts of life as lived by a succession of children in the Free Will Baptist Orphanage (or Children’s Home) at Middlesex, North Carolina, over a period of nearly 90 years—from the second decade of the 20th century to the first decade of the 21st century. George Stevenson Jr. Archivist (1970-2008) North Carolina State Archives Raleigh, North Carolina< Less