By John Bunyan
This is the famous allegory by John Bunyan of Christian travelling on a journey. It is an allegory typifying us as Christians on a pilgrimage called life through this world.
Heb 11:13 (KJV)
These all died in faith, not having received the promises, but having seen them afar off, and were persuaded of them, and embraced them, and confessed that they were strangers and pilgrims on the earth.
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Inspiration and Interpretation:
Seven Sermons Preached Before the University of Oxford
by John Burgon
SEVEN SERMONS PREACHED BEFORE THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD: WITH PRELIMINARY REMARKS: BEING AN ANSWER TO A VOLUME ENTITLED “Essays and Reviews.” BY THE REV. JOHN WILLIAM BURGON, M.A., FELLOW OF ORIEL COLLEGE, AND SELECT PREACHER.
This is a series of 7 sermons on inspiration and Interpretation which examines the authority of Scripture, its inspiration and complete accuracy, interpreting Scripture, and a sermon on the Doctrine of Arbitrary Scriptural Accommodation Rom 10:6-9.
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- Barry-Parables of OT
(1846) This work is a treatment of the Parables and other types of illustrative material in the Old Testament, by Alfred Barry, Lord Bishop of Sydney, and Primate of Autralia and Tasmania. Continue reading
The Westminster Confession with Shorter and Larger Catechisms
The Humble ADVICE of the ASSEMBLY OF DIVINES, Now by Authority of Parliament sitting at Westminster, Concerning A Confession of Faith: With the QUOTATIONS and TEXTS of SCRIPTURE annexed Presented by them lately to both Houses of Parliament.
A Brief Declaration and Vindication of The Doctrine of the Trinity
and also of The Person and Satisfaction of Christ accommodated to the capacity and use of such as may be in danger to be seduced; and the establishment of the truth.
“Search the Scriptures.” — John 5:39.
In this 5 chapter work by Owen (Nonconformist Anglican), he examines the doctrine of the Trinity. He looks at the doctrines generally in chapters 1 and 2, and then he looks at the person of Christ, and then the satisfaction of Christ, and an appendix. Continue reading
The Doctrine of Baptism
Mechanical or Spiritual?
By W.HAY M.H.AITKEN. M.A
In this Anglican work, the author examines Baptism from the perspective of the anglican point of view. His position is that baptism is spiritual, and even the baptism of babies will save their souls if the correct words and actions are performed, even though the baby, parents, god-parents, and priest are all completely unbelieving and uninterested in the events. Continue reading
Nature and Causes of Apostasy from the Gospel
By John Owen
EDITED BY WILLIAM H. GOOLD VOLUME
In this 13 chapter work, Owen presents various thoughts on the nature and causes of Apostasy from the Gospel; looking at the mystery of truth; partial apostasy; nature, reasons, and causes, darkness and ignorance; pride and vanity; Slothful Negligence; peculiar Defection; apostasy from holiness; apostasy into profaneness and sensuality; apostasy from evangelical worship; and directions to avoid power of apostasy.
This Edition of THE WORKS OF JOHN OWEN first published by Johnstone & Hunter, 1850-53
The Doctrine of the Last Things
By W.O.E. Oesterley
This is an analysis of Judeo-Christian eschatology (doctrine about the end of the world), by a distinguished 19th century Biblical scholar. Rev. Oesterley delves into the Jewish roots of the Christian concept of the end of the world. He begins in the Jewish writings of antiquity, particularly the Tanach and the non-deuterocanonical apocrypha such as The Book of Enoch and The Book of Jubilees. These invaluable apocryphal sources were lost until manscripts turned up in (e.g.) Ethiopia in the 19th century. Oesterley traces the development from a ‘Particularist’ apocalypse in the Jewish Bible and Apocrypha (limited to Jewish people), to a ‘Universalist’ apocalypse in Christian belief, in which everyone is judged equally.
Oesterley takes us on a walk through this specialized subject with obvious enthusiasm and a scientific attitude. In spite of the grim and often ponderous subject matter, Oesterley is explicitly writing for a non-academic audience. His lively style actually makes this treatise fairly interesting reading.
Rev. William Oscar Emil Oesterley (Calcutta 1866–1950) was a Church of England theologian, and professor of Hebrew and Old Testament at King’s College, London, from 1926.
OESTERLEY, WILLIAM OSCAR EMIL° (1866–1950), English Semitics scholar. Oesterley, who was born in Calcutta, was ordained a clergyman and taught Hebrew and Old Testament exegesis at King’s College, London, from 1926. In his work he endeavored to demonstrate talmudic influence on New Testament form and content.
Among his published writings are: The Jewish Background of Christian Liturgy (1925); (with T.H. Robinson) A History of Israel (vol. 2; From 586 B.C.E. to A.D. 135; 1932 and many reprints); Introduction to the Books of the Old Testament (with T.H. Robinson, 1934) and An Introduction to the Books of the Apocrypha (1935); The Jews and Judaism During the Greek Period (1941). Oesterley also wrote commentaries to Psalms (1939; repr. 1962) and Proverbs (1929), A Fresh Approach to the Psalms (1937) and a metric translation of the Song of Songs, Ancient Hebrew Poems (1938). Together with G.H. Box he wrote an outline of Jewish literature, A Short Survey of the Literature of Rabbinical and Mediaeval Judaism, 1920. Continue reading
Of Temptation: The nature and power of it; the danger of entering into it; and the means of preventing that danger: with a resolution of sundry cases thereunto belonging.
by John Owen
In this 9 chapter work by Owen (Anglican Nonconformist), he presents us with the biblical foundation, what it is, the doctrine and particular cases, inquiries resolved, and helps to watching. Continue reading