|Date:||January 17, 2018|
Biblical advice on how to raise children from J.C. Ryle.
Original Manuscripts, the Majority Text, and Translations
By W. Gary Crampton
This is a short single chapter presentation of the Majority text position citing some famous Bible scholars on the matter. Continue reading
This is a short single chapter presentation of the Majority text position citing some famous Bible scholars on the matter.
|Date:||May 28, 2017|
|Date:||January 14, 2015|
First published in 1896, is a monumental work that explains the important divisions in scripture. Scofield (of Scofield Reference Bible fame) presents a dispensational viewpoint framework for interpreting the Bible.
Ch. 1 The Jew, the Gentile, and the Church of God.
Ch. 2. The Seven Dispensations
Ch. 3. The Two Advents
Ch. 4. The Two Resurrections
Ch. 5. The Five Judgments
Ch. 6. Law and Grace.
Ch. 7. The Believer’s Two Natures.
Ch. 8. The Believer’s Standing and State.
Ch. 9. Salvation and Rewards.
Ch. 10. Believers and Professors.
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“Scofield, Cyrus Ingerson (1843-1921), Bible student and author, born in Lenawee County, Michigan, reared in Wilson County, Tennessee, and privately educated. Fought in the Civil War from 1861-1865 under General Lee, his distinguished service earning him the Confederate Cross of Honor. Admitted to the Kansas bar in 1869, elected to the Kansas House of Representatives where he served for one year. President Grant appointed him United States Attorney for Kansas in 1873. Worked as a lawyer in Kansas and Missouri from 1869 to 1882. Converted at 36, he was ordained to the Congregational ministry in 1882, and served as pastor of the First Church, Dallas, Texas (1882-1895), and again (1902-1907); and of the Moody Church, Northfield, Massachusetts (1895-1902). Later years were spent lecturing on biblical subjects on both sides of the Atlantic. The work for which he is best remembered is his 1909 dispensational premillenial Scofield Reference Bible.” (From “The Wycliffe Biographical Dictionary of the Church,” page 362, Elgin S. Moyer, 1982, © Moody Press, Chicago, IL)
|Date:||October 26, 2015|
First. Because they have made it possible for me in so doing to make a generous contribution to some benevolent or educational work, which I may select, my hope being that I might in this way contribute to the work for which Mr. Moody gave his life.
Second. Because very many friends have urged upon me the so doing; they presented it to me as a call to duty as well as a privilege, they told me it was a golden opportunity to speak of.his life to many people who might not read the particulars of it elsewhere, and I was convinced that a subscription book would reach thousands of homes, which might not otherwise be influenced. They told me that my work as an evangelist made it fitting that I should write of him, who was known as the greatest evangelist of the generation.
Third. I write because I loved him, and I felt that I might in this way pay tribute to the most consistent Christian man I have ever known. I am confident that there has not been in these latter days a man who was more truly filled with the Holy Ghost than he. – J. Wilbur Chapman
|Date:||August 28, 2015|
Or The Secret of Success in Christian Life and Work
by D.L. Moody
Chapter I. POWER—ITS SOURCE.
Chapter II. POWER “IN” AND “UPON.”
Chapter III. WITNESSING IN POWER.
Chapter IV. POWER IN OPERATION.
Chapter V. POWER HINDERED.
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|Date:||November 7, 2015|