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The Name Above Every Name.
By Edward Dennett.
This is a 13 chapter work on the name of Jesus by Edward Dennett (Brethren). His chapters run: The Ineffable Name, “Thou shalt call his name Jesus”, “They shall call his name Emmanuel”, “Thy Name is as ointment poured forth”, The Name which is above every name, “At the Name of Jesus”, “In his Name”, “For his Name’s Sake”, “Unto his Name”, Revelation 19:12, 13, “His Name shall be in their foreheads”, and “Thou remainest”. Continue reading
Name Above Every Name is a 13 chapter work on the name of Jesus by Edward Dennett (Brethren). His chapters run: The Ineffable Name, "Thou shalt call his name Jesus", "They shall call his name Emmanuel", "Thy Name is as ointment poured forth", The Name which is above every name, "At the Name of Jesus", "In his Name", "For his Name's Sake", "Unto his Name", Revelation 19:12, 13, "His Name shall be in their foreheads", and "Thou remainest".
|Date:||February 4, 2015|
Jesus Christ, the Missionary
By E. A. Marshall
An address to the 1913 Graduating Class of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago
Found in the September 1913 issue of “The Christian Workers Magazine.” Continue reading
Grace and Truth
By William P. Mackay, M. A.
Grace and truth came by Jesus Christ.–John’s Gospel
In this 6 chapter book by Mackay (Presbyterian), he presents us with 6 topics, Our Condemnation, Justification, Regeneration, Assurance, Comforter, and State. Note that this is the 1875 edition of the book, and that the 1881 edition has 12 chapters. Continue reading
On the Deity of Christ
by John Gresham Machen
In this work by Machen, he first addresses the question of the deity of Christ, then he examines the Scriptures to see if they really teach this. Next, he examines Christ’s deity in the sermon on the mount, and what Christ Himself actually taught. Finally, he treats in three chapters the supernatural quality of Christ, His resurrection, and the testimony of Paul to Christ. Continue reading