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Quiet Talks about Jesus
by Samuel Dickey Gordon (1906)
Author of “Quiet Talks on Power,” and “Quiet Talks on Prayer”
This work has 4 sections: A bit ahead (an introduction), the Purpose of Jesus, the person of Jesus, and the Great Experiences of Jesus’ life. The final chaper is study notes for the book. There are about 20 chapters in this work. It is a devotional work. Continue reading
The Pastor His Own Evangelist:
Methods, texts, seed thoughts, and illustrations
By Charles LeRoy Goodell D.D.
With an introduction by J. Wilbur Chapman, D.D. and a Preliminary chapter on preparing for a revival.
This 18 chapter work by Goodell (Congregationalist) deals with the Pastor in his role as Evangelist. He looks at various aspects of how and why the pastor’s role is his own evangelist.
Copyright, 1910, by F. M. Barton Company, Continue reading
THE BULWARKS OF THE FAITH
By James M. Gray
A Brief and Popular Treatise on the Evidences of Christianity, or the Authenticity, Truth and Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures
Arranged with Questions for use in Bible Institutes and Training Schools by JAMES M. GRAY, D.D.
Minister in the Reformed Episcopal Church; Author of The Synthetic Study of the Bible; Instructor in the Bible Institute, Chicago; Gordon Missionary Training School, Boston.
PUBLISHED BY CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE PUBLISHING CO, NYACK AND NEW YORK. COPYRIGHTED 1899 REV. A. B. SIMPSON.
This work is in three parts: (1) The Authenticity of the NT/OT, Growth of the OT, Higher Criticism of Pentateuch, Growth of the NT. (2) Truth of Bible seen in its need and historical existence, character and contents, testimony of Jesus Christ, in its achievements. (3) the Argument for inspiration, objection, and difficulties. Continue reading
How We Got Our Bible
And Why We Believe It Is God’s Word
By W.H. Griffith Thomas
© 1926 The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Copyright expired.
Published by Moody Press, Chicago, Illinois
In this twelve chapter book, Griffith-Thomas presents us with the origin of our Bible. He begin with the structure and history of the Bible, then the canonicity, authority, trustworthiness of the Bible. He then presents the unity of the Bible as a testimony to its divine origin, and then deals with the progressiveness of the Bible. He sums up with two chapters on the inspiration of the Bible, the interpretation of the Bible, and finally God’s purpose in giving us the Bible.
More Works by Griffith-Thomas
In this twelve chapter book, Griffith-Thomas presents us with the origin of our Bible. He begin with the structure and history of the Bible, then the canonicity, authority, trustworthiness of the Bible. He then presents the unity of the Bible as a testimony to its divine origin, and then deals with the progressiveness of the Bible. He sums up with two chapters on the inspiration of the Bible, the interpretation of the Bible, and finally God's purpose in giving us the Bible.
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