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Whitefield's Letter to Wesley on Election
Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. George Whitefield wrote this letter to John Wesley in 1740, in response to Wesley's sermon entitled "Free Grace." Whitefield believed the issue... More > vital to robust Christianity, and hastened to write from Geor-gia in the American colonies, to his friend across the sea. From the Preface: "Many of my friends, that are strenuous advocates of univer-sal redemption, will immediately be offended. Many that are zealous on the other side will be much rejoiced. They that are lukewarm on both sides, and are carried away with carnal reasoning, will wish this matter had never been brought under debate...I heartily pray God to hasten the time for his being clearly enlightened into all the doctrines of divine revelation, that we may thus be closely united in principle and judgment as well as heart and affection."< Less
Selected Sermons of George Whitefield
An important figure in the founding of Methodism, George Whitefield has a gift for preaching. This collection of 59 sermons demonstrates that beyond question. Whitefield's sermons are ideal for... More > personal and communal study. They cover a wide range of topics--from the benefits of piety to personal regeneration. Yet they do so with Whitefield's great passion, making them lively and engaging. Besides their historic importance, these sermons both capture the important theological insights of Whitefield's time and encourage believers to continue in their spiritual walk. A true blessing, this collection of sermons will uplift and teach at the same time. -Tim Perrine, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
George Whitefield (Illustrated)
“The excellent Matthew Henry has very truly said, "There are remains of great and good men, which, like Elijah's mantle, ought to be gathered up and preserved by the survivors—their... More > sayings, their writings, their examples; that as their works follow them in the reward of them, they may stay behind in the benefit of them." Influenced by this and kindred sentiments, the compiler of this volume has devoted no small labor to gather from every source to which he could gain access, whatever appeared to him important to be known respecting the most distinguished uninspired preacher perhaps of any age or country. Whatever may be the faults of the work, to use the language of the Rev. Dr. Campbell, one of the present pastors of Whitefield's churches in London, in reference to a short sketch he had himself prepared of our great evangelist.”< Less
The Dozen Lives of Erica Whitefield
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You’re looking at Barbara Eastwood’s debut novel The Dozen Lives of Erica Whitefield. You want to read it. You want to own it. Inside these pages you will find yourself taking part in... More > a story that casts you as our main character, a teenage girl named Erica. This is an interactive story, in the spirit of the choose your own adventure novel you might have read as a child. As the main character, you will get to make choices throughout the book which will affect the ultimate outcome of the story.
The particular story in which you are about to partake, starts you off as a seventeen year old girl. You’re young, fit, idealistic, and you have your whole life ahead of you, full of hardships and happiness. Now that you have the gist, you can skip the introduction and read on to discover just which version of Erica you’ll choose to become.< Less
Patrick Whitefield's guide to all aspects of tipi living: choosing, pitching, maintaining, moving, fire-making, furnishing and cooking in a tipi. It is also his personal account of a time of... More > simplicity and spiritual connection with the Earth. A delightful book for everyone, whether you want to live in a tipi, or just celebrate the simple life.< Less
The First Vision - The Joseph Smith Story
The Mormon Church (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) admits that it stands or falls on the validity or otherwise of Joseph Smith's claimed First Vision. This booklet examines each... More > aspect of Smith's official account and compares it with historical evidence, including his own earlier versions of events, along with all his other writings – to arrive at the only possible conclusion. Was the vision a first time, first hand, divine experience or was it made up as Smith went along and just part of an elaborate hoax? This work is made available in the interest of truth and integrity for those who want to know or share the truth which is supported by hard evidence. The PDF eBook version may be copied and shared (see copyright conditions). This booklet is also available to read free as an article at: www.themormondelusion.com. Click on ‘The First Vision’ tab on the side bar of the home page.< Less