“Whether The Regenerate Can Keep The Law Perfectly.”
By Zacharias Ursinus
Zacharias Ursinus was the primary author of the Heidelberg Catechism. The following text can be found in Ursinus’ exposition of question and answer 114 in his “Commentary on the Heidelberg Catechism,” pp. 608-612 (english translation by G.W. Williard, 1852; reprinted by P & R).The electronic edition of this text was scanned and edited by Shane Rosenthal for Reformation Ink. It is in the public domain and may be freely copied and distributed. Pagination has been retained for purposes of reference. It should be noted that the above title is artificial, and is not in the original english edition. The actual heading to this exposition appears below.
|Date:||October 9, 2016|
by Robert Cummins
Copyright © 1944
In this 14 chapter work, Cummins (Universalist) has no chapter headings. He studies Gethsemane, and what it means in the life of Christ. Continue reading
|Date:||February 4, 2015|
In Dolman Simple Talks on the Tabernacle by Dolman, he examines 24 different aspects of the Tabernacle: the hangings, the pillar, the gate, the altar, the sacrifices, the fire, the laver, the different parts of the tent, the lamb, the candlestick, and the table.
Simple Talks on the Tabernacle
by D. H. Dolman, M. A., D. D.
With an Introduction by Wilbur M. Smith
Copyright @ 1954 Continue reading
|Date:||February 4, 2015|
A HISTORY OF THE BAPTISTS
By Thomas Armitage (1819-1896)
Armitage, Thomas, 1819-1896. A history of the Baptists traced by their vital principles and practices: from the time of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ to the year 1886. This is a history of the movement of the Baptists. History of the Baptists Continue reading
The Names of Jesus
Topic: The Names of Jesus
By Elmer L. Towns
Names of Jesus. Over 700 names of Jesus to help you Really know the Lord loves you.
Elmer L. Towns (October 21, 1932 – ) serves as dean of the School of Religion at Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia, which he co-founded in 1971 with Dr. Jerry Falwell. He holds degrees from Southern Methodist University, Dallas Theological Seminary, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, and Fuller Theological Seminary.
In this 16 chapter work by Towns, he presents us with over 700 names of Jesus. He has chapters on the name of Jesus, title “LORD”, the office of Christ, the OT Prophetic names of Jesus, the salvational names of Jesus, the birth names, the service names, the sonship names, the Godhead names, the Jehovistic titles, the church names, and the apocalyptic names. There is an extensive appendix with an alphabetic listing of all names. Continue reading
|Date:||February 5, 2015|