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Doctrine of Revelation By A.W Pink & Rev Terry Kulakowski, Editor
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What we propose doing in this book, namely, to make a serious attempt to assist some of those who have inhaled the poisonous fumes of infidelity and been left in a state of mental indecision... More > concerning sacred things. Our principal object will be to set forth some of the numerous indications that the Bible is something far superior to any human production, and give some of the rules which require to be heeded if the Scriptures are to be properly interpreted; and though their scope will go beyond the general title of "Divine revelation," yet they will complement and complete the earlier ones.< Less
Rightly Dividing the Word By Michael McDaniel
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This book will enable you to understand the Bible without having to resort to all the "gimmicks" of changing the wording or interpreting the passages. Confusing and seemingly contradictory... More > passages will be straightened out by employing the principles of "right division". When you learn to "rightly divide the word of truth" as exhorted in 2 Timothy 2:15, you will be able to identify what God is doing in this dispensation of grace and how that impacts your life every day. In this volume, you will learn one of the most esstential truths of proper Bible handling. This is the indispensable tool for anyone who believes the Bible to be the inerrant, infallible word of God and desires to study and understand it.< Less
Catholic Church and Christian State, vol. I By Joseph Hergenrother
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This is the first part of a two-volume work (translated from the original German) by the eminent canonist and ecclesiastical historian Joseph Cardinal Hergenröther. Its object is to examine... More > modern errors and certain events in ecclesiastical history through the canonical and theological principles of the Church, explaining what is the true and proper relation which must subsist between the Church and the State. Among other things, he examines with great juridical, theological, and historical acumen the questions of civil allegiance, papal infallibility, the First Vatican Council, episcopal authority, the Syllabus of Errors of Bl. Pius IX, the conditions and powers of the Church and the State in the Middle Ages, and the Church's indirect power.< Less
Comprehensively Reformed Christianity Book III By Arthur Smith
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This final book in the series of three traverses the history of the new covenant church from it very inception on the day of Pentecost to the present time. Today’s Protestant denominations as... More > well as the many local churches that comprise Christendom can be properly understood only in the light of the Reformation Movement with a substantial background understanding of the medieval church period that made such extensive reform imperative. Furthermore, to see the overall plan and purpose of God in this day requires us to project our thinking into the far future as well. Eschatology is the means by which we may open our eyes to view all of God’s finished work on earth and even attain a glimpse of the Eternal Ages to come. This book is faithfully dedicated to achieve that end.< Less
Covenants & Dispensations By between God and man
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Covenants & Dispensations: Doctrinal Study (73pgs) An overview of the 7000 year history of this "heavens and earth", God's dealings with man, man's reactions and responses to God. Sin,... More > wrath, redemption, blessing. Hints at 'eternity' which follows. Foundational to proper understanding of eschatology (sequence of end events); and to that end, also the proper distinctions between Israel and the Church. It is NOT "covenant" theology; nor is it purely "dispensationalism". It is BOTH. One does not exist without the other; they are co-mutual.< Less
Christ and the Salvation: In Sermons Variously Related Thereto By Horace Bushnell
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As a preacher, Dr Bushnell was very effective. Though not a dramatic orator, he was original, thoughtful and impressive in the pulpit. His theological position may be said to have been one of... More > qualified revolt against the Calvinistic orthodoxy of his day. He criticized prevailing conceptions of the Trinity, the atonement, conversion, and the relations of the natural and the supernatural. Above all, he broke with the prevalent view which regarded theology as essentially intellectual in its appeal and demonstrable by processes of exact logical deduction. To his thinking its proper basis is to be found in the feelings and intuitions of humankind's spiritual nature. He had a marked influence upon theology in America, an influence not so much, possibly, in the direction of the modification of specific doctrines as in the impulse and tendency and general spirit which he imparted to theological thought.< Less
Christian Nurture By Horace Bushnell
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As a preacher, Dr Bushnell was very effective. Though not a dramatic orator, he was original, thoughtful and impressive in the pulpit. His theological position may be said to have been one of... More > qualified revolt against the Calvinistic orthodoxy of his day. He criticized prevailing conceptions of the Trinity, the atonement, conversion, and the relations of the natural and the supernatural. Above all, he broke with the prevalent view which regarded theology as essentially intellectual in its appeal and demonstrable by processes of exact logical deduction. To his thinking its proper basis is to be found in the feelings and intuitions of humankind's spiritual nature. He had a marked influence upon theology in America, an influence not so much, possibly, in the direction of the modification of specific doctrines as in the impulse and tendency and general spirit which he imparted to theological thought.< Less
Sermons for the New Life, 7th Edition By Horace Bushnell
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As a preacher, Dr Bushnell was very effective. Though not a dramatic orator, he was original, thoughtful and impressive in the pulpit. His theological position may be said to have been one of... More > qualified revolt against the Calvinistic orthodoxy of his day. He criticized prevailing conceptions of the Trinity, the atonement, conversion, and the relations of the natural and the supernatural. Above all, he broke with the prevalent view which regarded theology as essentially intellectual in its appeal and demonstrable by processes of exact logical deduction. To his thinking its proper basis is to be found in the feelings and intuitions of humankind's spiritual nature. He had a marked influence upon theology in America, an influence not so much, possibly, in the direction of the modification of specific doctrines as in the impulse and tendency and general spirit which he imparted to theological thought.< Less
Vicarious Sacrifice, Grounded in Principles of Universal Obligation By Horace Bushnell
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As a preacher, Dr Bushnell was very effective. Though not a dramatic orator, he was original, thoughtful and impressive in the pulpit. His theological position may be said to have been one of... More > qualified revolt against the Calvinistic orthodoxy of his day. He criticized prevailing conceptions of the Trinity, the atonement, conversion, and the relations of the natural and the supernatural. Above all, he broke with the prevalent view which regarded theology as essentially intellectual in its appeal and demonstrable by processes of exact logical deduction. To his thinking its proper basis is to be found in the feelings and intuitions of humankind's spiritual nature. He had a marked influence upon theology in America, an influence not so much, possibly, in the direction of the modification of specific doctrines as in the impulse and tendency and general spirit which he imparted to theological thought.< Less
Character of Jesus Forbidding His Possible Classification With Men By Horace Bushnell
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As a preacher, Dr Bushnell was very effective. Though not a dramatic orator, he was original, thoughtful and impressive in the pulpit. His theological position may be said to have been one of... More > qualified revolt against the Calvinistic orthodoxy of his day. He criticized prevailing conceptions of the Trinity, the atonement, conversion, and the relations of the natural and the supernatural. Above all, he broke with the prevalent view which regarded theology as essentially intellectual in its appeal and demonstrable by processes of exact logical deduction. To his thinking its proper basis is to be found in the feelings and intuitions of humankind's spiritual nature. He had a marked influence upon theology in America, an influence not so much, possibly, in the direction of the modification of specific doctrines as in the impulse and tendency and general spirit which he imparted to theological thought.< Less

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