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Dagg Manual of Theology v. 1-2 is a theology work in 2 volumes by J.L. Dagg a Reformed Baptist. It is extensive, very ample presentation of doctrines.
Manual of Theology volumes 1 & 2 BY J. L. DAGG, D. D.
This is an extensive systematic theology by Baptist (reformed-Calvinist) Dagg.
Ironside Fifty Pointed Questions Regarding After Death—What?
By the late H. A. Ironside
In consideration of those who deny the everlasting consciousness of all, who are in the disembodied state.
In That Blessed Hope, this 4 chapter work by Biss (Baptist Missionary) he looks at four aspects of the second coming of our Lord.
That Blessed Hope
By Cecil Yates Biss
In Bounds ineffable Glory, thoughts on the resurrection, Bounds looks at the resurrection in 22 chapters.
The Ineffable Glory: Thoughts on the Resurrection
By Rev. Edward M. Bounds
with an Introduction by Rev. Homer W. Hodge
Hodder & Stoughton: Limited I: London
By Homer W. Hodge
By George H. Doan Company
FORMERLY ISSUED UNDER THE TITLE OF
More Biographical info on Edward McKendree Bounds at wikipedia.org
Bounds ineffable Glory, thoughts on the resurrection in eSword and theWord formats
In eSword format: Bounds – The Ineffable Glory: Thoughts on the Resurrection ESword
In theWord Format: Bounds – The Ineffable Glory: Thoughts on the Resurrection theWord
The Immortality of the Soul: A Protest
by Joseph Agar Beet D.D.
“WHO ALONE HATH IMMORTALITY”
BY THE SAME AUTHOR Commentaries on St. Paul’s Epistles. 1. ROMANS. 2. CORINTHIANS. 3. GALATIANS. 4. EPHESIANS, PHILIPPIANS, COLOSSIANS.
Summary: This is a brief 4 chapter work by Beet (Methodist) to examine immortality. He looks at the concept from before Christ, what Christ Taught, in the early church, and in modern theology. Continue reading