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The Collected Works of James Oliphant By David Montgomery
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A Collection of three books on Bible doctrine by a noted Primitive Baptist writer.
The Collected Works of James Oliphant: Part 2 By David Montgomery
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A series of articles by James H Oliphant, a respected Primitive Baptist minister
Lesson Plan: Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine By BookRags.com
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The Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine lesson plan contains a variety of teaching materials that cater to all learning styles. Inside you'll find 30 Daily Lessons, 20 Fun Activities, 180 Multiple... More > Choice Questions, 60 Short Essay Questions, 20 Essay Questions, Quizzes/Homework Assignments, Tests, and more. The lessons and activities will help students gain an intimate understanding of the text; while the tests and quizzes will help you evaluate how well the students have grasped the material.< Less
Summary & Study Guide: Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine By BookRags.com
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This study guide includes the following sections: Plot Summary, Chapter Summaries & Analysis, Characters, Objects/Places, Themes, Style, Quotes, and Topics for Discussion.
The Days of My Life : An Autobiography (Illustrated) By Margaret Oliphant
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The Days of My Life" (1857) is an early novel by Margaret Oliphant; and is unusual in being written in the first person (I haven't yet seen another example in her other works). The novel relates... More > the story of Hester Southcote over several years, from girl to wife and motherhood. Each chapter covers a particular day, providing snapshots of her story as it unfolds.< Less
A Beleaguered City By Margaret Oliphant
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Though Scottish-born author Margaret Oliphant dabbled in a remarkable number of literary genres over the course of her career, critics and fans alike agree that some of her most abiding contributions... More > were her tales of fantasy, science fiction, and the supernatural, many of which broke new ground in their time. A Beleaguered City blends elements of fantasy and science fiction, and the end result is an astonishingly compelling read.< Less
The Lady's Walk - A Story of the Seen and the Unseen By Margaret Oliphant
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One of Mrs. Oliphant's stories of the seen and the unseen, a series of supernatural stories.
Earthbound - A Story of the Seen and the Unseen By Margaret Oliphant
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One of Mrs. Oliphant's tales of the seen and the unseen, a series of supernatural/ghost stories.
Thoughts on the Will By James Oliphant
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About the Author: Elder James H. Oliphant (1841-1925) of Crawfordsville, Indiana, was a respected Primitive Baptist minister and prolific writer. Very few before or after him has written such... More > theologically precise, yet poetic works. Oliphant was a contributing editor for several periodcials. He also authored many books. Such books include Perseverance of the Saints, Principles and Practices of the Regular Baptists, Justification and Kindred Subjects, and Practical Suggestions for Common People. About the Book: Thoughts on the Will discusses the human will and its relation to salvation, obedience, and sin. The author proposes that any view of the will that promotes Arminianism or gives an excuse for sin should be rejected. Oliphant makes it clear that if we love the doctrines of grace then “should not only oppose Arminianism, but we should oppose every other sentiment that would tend to the overthrow of it.”< Less
Salem Chapel By Margaret Oliphant
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Salem Chapel tells the story of Arthur Vincent, recent graduate of Homerton College, Cambridge, who has been called to pastor Salem Chapel upon the retirement of its previous minister, Mr Tufton.... More > Salem belongs to the Dissenters of Carlingford, to whom Oliphant attributes varying degrees of kindness, hospitality, generosity, commercial acumen, stubbornness, and complacency. Chapel life is naturally rooted in Carlingford's mercantile center, and the cheerful bustle of tea-meetings, singing classes, charitable and missionary activities echoes the hum of commerce. At the center of this "brisk succession of 'Chapel business'", stands the minister. He is, Oliphant declares, "everything in his little world. That respectable connection would not have hung together half so closely but for this perpetual subject of discussion, criticism, and patronage".< Less

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