The Sable Cloud
A Southern Tale with Northern Coments
by Nehemiah Adams
This 10 volume work by Adams (Congregationalist) is a culturally dated book, being the views of Northern Christians examined by Adams (a Southerner in the North-South dynamic conflict of the earlier years of the United States). The issue most central of this work is slavery and Christianity. It may be less useful than other books except to historians.
Chapter 1. Death and Burial of a Slave’s Infant 1
Chapter 2. Northern Comments On Southern Life 5
Chapter 3. Morbid Northern Conscience 32
Chapter 4. Resolutions For a Convention 53
Chapter 5. The Good Northern Lady’s Letter from the South 59
Chapter 6. Questions and Answers 118
Chapter 7. Ownership in Man.–the Old Testament Slavery 150
Chapter 8. The Tenure 177
Chapter 9. Discussion in Philemon’s Church at the Return of Onesimus 205
Chapter 10. The Future 239
T.R. Simmons A Systematic Study of Bible Doctrine is a Bible Doctrines book of 43 chapters. The author is (according to the Introduction) "systematic, Calvinistic, Baptist, and premillennial". I am offering this work in various formats:
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|February 4, 2015
evc06 The Young Age of the Earth We explain why scientific evidence supports a young earth against evolutions long time spans. Evolutionists insist on extremely long time spans in earth's past and formation, because evolution "is not seen", i.e., there is no present evidence of the evolutionary theory process today. So they insert time such that no scientist can study it nor observe it. This tract clears this point up from a creationist's point of view. God formed the earth instantly, not over long time spans.
Topics: The Salinity of the Oceans | Time is important | The Long Spans of Time | Bayes Law | First law of Thermodynamics | Second law of Thermodynamics | The Error of Presuming that everything continues Today as It Happened in the Past | Topsoil Testimony | The Accumulation of Space Dust on Meteors | The Sun, the Meteors, and the Moon | The Magnetic Field | The Deterioration in the Rotation of the Earth | Helium in the Atmosphere | The Process to Discern Age by Carbon 14.
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