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The Brethren By Andrew Miller
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A note from the author: Some have raised objections to the title "The Brethren," as giving the idea of a sect; others as arrogating to a particular community that which is equally true of... More > all Christians. Such thoughts never occurred to me while writing the book, and were not suggested by those to whom I spoke of it. Expressions such as "the writings of Brethren," "the meetings of Brethren," etc., are in common use among themselves; which simply mean a convenient designation, and one which cannot be misunderstood. In no other sense is it used here. To be obliged to make use of a description instead of a name would greatly encumber the style and embarrass the writer. A. M.< Less
Swimming on Sunday By Mike D. Moore
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A collection of quotes, reminiscences and ponderings by numerous people raised in a broad assortment of Plymouth Brethren (So-called) groups, all the way from gospel chapels on the one hand, to the... More > cultish right-wing end of the movement, seen in groups like the Raven-Taylor-Hales Exclusives. Intended to spark thoughts and feelings.< Less
I Was a Teenage Pharisee By Mike D. Moore
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Every kind of religious group has its zealots. Some of us were those zealots. Teenage pharisees. And we bought into the thing whole-heartedly to our own spiritual detriment. We Plymouth Brethren folk... More > grew up without televisions, pop music, movies, dancing, cards, alcohol, voting and a thousand other little things. We sacrificed these things so as to please God and know Him and be able to share Him with others. And it really didn't work out very well. We became prodigal's elder brothers. Unhappy, closed, cold, bitter, disappointed people. Old before our time. People who needed Jesus. This book takes a look at what was missing in a legalistic church culture of this sort, and what it was like to go out looking for it. What it's like not to throw the Baby Jesus out with the holy water. It has quotes all throughout it from people who experienced different kinds of Plymouth Brethren groups all over the world.< Less
I Was A Teenage Pharisee By Mike D. Moore
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Sometimes a "Christian upbringing" can go pretty wrong. This is about that. Strict, impersonal, unloving, image-conscious, status-focused legalism is something Jesus addressed pretty... More > directly, as did the apostle Paul. This is also about growing up locked away inside a Christian community that worked like that. Darkly insightful, and told with a lot of humour, with personal statements from a large number of people with problematic Christian upbringings.< Less
Collected Writings By John Nelson Darby Volume Twenty By John Nelson Darby
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Narrative of the Facts, connected with the separation of the writer from the congregation meeting in Ebrington Street. [Plymouth] Letter to the saints meeting in Ebrington Street on the circumstances... More > which have recently occurred there. — Part 1 Account of the proceedings at Rawstorne Street, in November and December 1846 (B W Newton) etc. — Part 2 Being the answer to the "Reasons." — Part 3 The Principles Involved. — Part 4 Supplement: Notes on the "Correspondence" and "Remonstrance." What investigation has there been at Plymouth? Summary of the meetings in London, February, 1847. Two letters as to Plymouth. To the brethren at Rawstorne Street Letter on the confession of error by some. Letter of acknowledgment as to Plymouth Indifference to Christ: or Bethesdaism - extracted from a private letter The Church which is His body God, not the Church Discipline and Unity of the Assembly Baptism - not the communication of life A reply to defence of the doctrine of Baptismal< Less
Collected Writings By John Nelson Darby Volume Eight By John Nelson Darby
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This Volume contains the following: An Examination of the statements made in the "Thoughts on the Apocalypse" Answer to a "Letter to the Brethren and Sisters who meet for communion in... More > Ebrington Street." Answer to a "Second Letter to the Brethren and Sisters who meet for communion in Ebrington Street." A brief notice of a tract entitled "Remarks on the Seventh Chapter of Daniel"< Less
Collected Writings By John Nelson Darby Volume Eighteen By John Nelson Darby
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Analysis of Dr. Newman's Apologia Pro Vita Sua: with a glance at the history of Popes, Councils, and the Church Romanism: or an answer to the pamphlet of a Romish Priest, entitled "The Law and... More > the Testimony." Address to his Roman Catholic brethren by a minister of the Gospel. Second Address to his Roman Catholic brethren Christianity not Christendom< Less
Collected Writings By John Nelson Darby Volume Thirty One By John Nelson Darby
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Examination of the book entitled "The Restitution of all Things" On the Greek words for Eternity and Eternal (aion and aionios) Dr. Farrar on "Everlasting,"... More > "Damnation" and "Hell." Natural and Supernatural Science and Scripture Christ on the Cross Deliverance "God for us" Sanctification The State of the Soul after Death Christ in Colossians 1 Our Relationships to Christ Christ: His Work and Testimony The Christian's Life in Christ The Christian not of the world Christian Life Christ in Heaven, and the Holy Spirit sent down. On Sealing with the Holy Ghost Church and Privileges Letter on the Sufferings of Christ Power in the Church; A short reply to "Landmarks," No. 6, of the S.P.C.K. Reply to Judge Marshall's Tract on the Tenets of Plymouth Brethren (so called). Present and Eternal and Governmental Forgiveness of Sins. Fellowship, and the right state for it. & a note on Mark 16:20 Correspondence on recent matters. & a note on 1 John 5 Principles of Gathering< Less
Collected Writings By John Nelson Darby Volume Four By John Nelson Darby
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A glance at various ecclesiastical principles and examination of the foundations on which the institutions of the church on earth are sought to be based The character of the religious movement of the... More > day and on the truths by which the Holy Ghost acts for the good of the church. 'The Church and its Friendly Subdivisions' Scriptural views upon the subject of elders, in answer to a tract entitled "Are Elders to be Established?" Examination of a few passages of Scripture, the force of which has been questioned in the discussion on the new churches etc. Observations on a tract, entitled "Plymouthism in view of the Word of God." What has been acknowledged? An appeal to the conscience of those who take the title of "Elders of the Evangelical Church at Geneva"; and a reply to one of them. A letter to Count de Gasparin in answer to a question which he puts to me in the "Archives du Christianisme." Reply to two fresh letters from Count de Gasparin, published in the "Archives du Christianisme," etc.< Less
Collected Writings By John Nelson Darby Volume Ten By John Nelson Darby
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Law The "Notes on Leviticus" and the "Quarterly Journal of Prophecy." Brethren and their Reviewers Brief notice of the Record's comments on "J. N. D.'s" letter.... More > Further remarks upon Righteousness and Law: Divine Righteousness The Rule of Life: what is it? On the Humanity of Christ Letter on Free-will The new Birth Approach to and delight in God Who is a Priest and What is a Priest? A Fragment on Repentance On Repentance The Christian Position as to Life and the Spirit. Is the Comforter come? And is He gone? Is the coming of Christ for His saints the proper hope of the Church? The Sabbath: or, Is the law dead, or am I? The Intercession of Christ How to get Peace The Immortality of the Soul; On Reconciliation The Two Resurrections What do the Scriptures teach concerning judgment to come?< Less