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Theological Hermeneutics By Ludwig Ernst Fuerbringer
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This work by Ludwig Fuerbringer is a classroom outline for the principles of theological hermeneutics. Examples of these principles are given, utilizing the Greek and Hebrew as appropriate. This book... More > is bound with the coil binding that allows it to lay open for more efficient study and reference.< Less
A Last Apostolic Word By Carl Manthey Zorn
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The entire title of this 1925 work by Carl Manthey Zorn is "A Last Apostolic Word to All Faithful and Righteous Servants of the Word - 2 Tim. 4, 1-5". A Last Apostolic Word was addressed to... More > servants of the Word (including pastors, professors, missionaries, synodical presidents, etc.) However, and this is really to be stressed, all Christians should read this work. The Apostolic Word it treats is recorded in Holy Scriptures, which are intended for every one. The Christian laity should have a clear knowledge as to who is a faithful and righteous servant of the Word and what he is to do. The original work had the Scriptural references in the footnotes as book, chapter and verse number. In this book the complete Scriptural texts of the King James Version have been included.< Less
The Bestman, the Bride and the Wedding By Michael McCoy
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"The Bestman, the Bride and the Wedding" is story. Wherever the truth is told within its pages, there is recitation of the Story. The remaining sections are simply part of a story. The... More > account of this epic journey begins in Eden and continues throughout the history of the world as the Bride is escorted to the Great Wedding by the bestman. The book will fit well on the reader's "theological allegory" shelf. The story is intended to be edifying, entertaining and thought-provoking. How well these intentions are met is for the reader to decide. The book will be troubling to some, foolishness for many, a stumbling-block for a few and comforting to a remnant. Therefore, while the reader is encouraged to enjoy the book, there is also a caution, for Peniel is where we live.< Less