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The Church of Christ Church Policy YMCA 1907 Revised 7th Edition, A Layman
1 A Layman The Church of Christ Church Policy YMCA 1907 Revised 7th Edition
Funk & Wagnalls Company 1907-01-01 Tenth Edition Revised Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This revised seventh edition hardcover book was published in 1907 by Funk & Wagnalls Company with 350 pages. The pages are toned. The pages are moderately foxed especially along the edges. The binding is sound though the hinges are weakening. The corners are bumped. 
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The Death of Evolution: Restoring Faith and Wonder in a World of Doubt, Black, Jim Nelson
2 Black, Jim Nelson The Death of Evolution: Restoring Faith and Wonder in a World of Doubt
0310327458 / 9780310327455 Zondervan 2010-08-01 Hardcover New Hardcover 
This brand new paperback book was published in 2010 by Zondervan with 175 pages. 
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Does Inerrancy Matter? James Montgomery Boice Apologetics Oakland CA, Boice, James Montgomery
3 Boice, James Montgomery Does Inerrancy Matter? James Montgomery Boice Apologetics Oakland CA
0842306536 / 9780842306539 International Council on Biblical Inerrancy 1980-10-01 Paperback Used: Good Paperback Trade Paperback 
This paperback booklet was published in 1979 by the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy with 29 pages. Ex-library from a private study with only a call letter sticker attached to the front cover. The text contains three pages with a sentence underlined in red felt tip marker. The binding is sound. The cover is heavily worn around the edges. PREFACE:I am not fond of the word "inerrancy." It is negative in form, and I like to sound positive. It is often thought to imply that one sees believing the Bible, especially its details, as mattering more than faith in Christ the Saviour, and that is not my view. It is taken by many as enshrining the claim that one can prove Scripture true against all comers and resolve all apparent discrepancies of detail at the drop of a hat, and I know that is more than I can do.But the word is one I need. Any word, as we know, can become a "weasel word" through having some of its meaning rubbed off, and this has happened to all my preferred terms for telling the world my beliefs about the Bible. I hear folk declare Scripture inspired (which in theology means God-given) and in the next breath say that it mis-leads us from time to time. They call it infallible and authoritative, meaning only that in experience its impact on us, and the commit-ments to which it urges us, will keep us in God's way, not that all it tells us is true. This is not enough for me. I want to safeguard the full, historic, evangelical and radical meaning of these three words. I want to set myself apart from those who have made "weasel words" out of them, and to make clear my intention, as a disciple of Jesus Christ, to take all that Scripture, rightly interpreted, proves to be affirming as instruction to me from my God. So I assert biblical inerrancy, after all, and encourage all faithful Christians to do the same.For, first, it is true. If, as Christ and Paul among others believed, Scripture "came through the instrumentality of men from the very mouth of God" (Calvin), any idea of it teaching and affirming some falsehoods must be dismissed as blasphemous nonsense.Second, it is clarifying. He who asserts inerrancy thereby shows what he means when he calls Scripture inspired, authoritative and infallible. We owe such honesty to each other.Third, it is health-giving ("sound doctrine" in the New Testament sense), for it leads to that systematic submission of our proud minds to Scripture without which we cannot but lose some of God's precious truth.The apostle John wrote to some first-century Christians: "You are strong, and the word of God lives in you, and you have overcome the evil one" (1 John 2:14). I want to see such Christians today; therefore I take a stand for the truth of biblical inerrancy, and commend Dr. Boice's booklet most heartily to all who care for the welfare of Christ's church.J.I. Packer 
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SIGNED CHRIST AND CELEBRITY GODS The Chuch in Mass Culture Malcom Boyd Apologetics Philosophy, Boyd, Malcolm
4 Boyd, Malcolm SIGNED CHRIST AND CELEBRITY GODS The Chuch in Mass Culture Malcom Boyd Apologetics Philosophy
Seabury Press 1958-01-01 First Edition Hardcover Used: Acceptable Hardcover Standard Hardcover Signed
This Inscibed First Edition hardcover book was published in 1958 by the Seabury Press with 157 pages. Inscribed by the author, " To Jack Young, With all best wishes and thanks for your interest in my book. Malcom Boyd, St. George's Indianapolis, Lent, 1958. The text contains 60 pages with scattered underlining, notes and notations in red pen. The binding is sound. The corners are bumped. The page edges are toned. No dust jacket. Previous owners name present. An interesting critique of the effects of mass media on the perception/propigation of Christianity especially in the eyes of secular society and traditional Biblical Christianity. The author presents stong critiques of various Christian celebrities especially Dr. Norman Vincent Peale. Many of the author's insights have a direct correlation to the state of Christianity today in the eyes of secular society and traditional Biblical Christianity. Excerpt from Chapter One:IF WE ARE to understand the world around us, and to exist as Christians within it, it is necessary for us to be able to interpret it in a Christian way. Whether we are listening to Miss Lena Home in the Empire Room of the Waldorf-Astoria, or seeing Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey Into Night on Broadway, or watching the film The Pride and the Passion in a movie theatre, or looking at Playhouse 90 on TV, or reading a Daphne du Maurier novel or thumbing through the pages of The Saturday Evening Post or The Reporter: we are—if we are Christians—doing such things as Christians, and with a Christian point of view. If we claim to be Christians but do not take our Christian point of view with us out of the church building into the world, we may be Christians nominally, but surely we are not Christians existentially.As we move out of the church building Sunday into the world, it is imperative that we know what the Christian faith has to say about the nature of God and of man, about life and death, about sin and forgiveness, about success and failure. Our evangelism is at least partly meaningless if we cannot speak within our milieu and time in understandable language about basic human experiences. To offer abstract answers, out of correlation with man's deepest questions, is not to evangelize. It is necessary to offer concrete answers to the primary questions man asks about his mysterious life and death.The questions which men—each one of us—are asking about the elemental facts of life are quite basic. Frequently the self-labeled agnostic or skeptic is much more honest than the self-labeled believer or 'religious man' in acknowledging wide areas of doubt and unbelief. One becomes aware of such areas when one talks with clergymen and laymen alike about faith. Many a prominent Christian is more of a skeptic than he dares to confess. Although he makes lip-profession to the Christian Creeds, he may not be able to apply these either to his own life, or to the surge of life about him.The basic reason for this is that no bridge exists between theology and life.One hears, on every side, how sorely this bridge is needed. Here is a man who is called upon to live the Christian life but who does not experience the overwhelming power of God's forgiveness of sins, His gift of ever-renewed life and His blessing of eternal life. There is a woman whose life has been spent in the very heart of church, yet she does not understand the meaning of the Holy Spirit. A businessman who acknowledges God and even offers a grace before meals (although he is not a church member), is shocked when one mentions the sovereignty and role of God in man's sexual life and business life. "God turns His back on some things," he says. "God is holy, and some things are shameful and sinful, and God does not see them." Many Christians are unable also to see how their faith relates to labor problems, business transactions, political issues, college life, or ordinary neighborhood life. It is not surprising then, that the relationship between the Christian faith and a new movie or novel should go totally unrecognized by most nominal Christians.It is ironical that theology—of all subjects—should be given over into the hands of an elite. Theologians frequently lose sight of the forest for the trees, and conspicuously fail to relate their theology to the pressing problems of life as men and women are experiencing these in the world. Even when theologians are concerned with such acutely real problems, often their concern resembles—from the I standpoint of ordinary parish life—a theological dust storm on a distant horizon..... 
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The Gospel in Nature or God's Demonstration SM Brown Western Baptist Publishing, Brown, S.M.
5 Brown, S.M. The Gospel in Nature or God's Demonstration SM Brown Western Baptist Publishing
Western Baptist Publishing 1911-01-01 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1911 by Western Baptist Publishing with 152 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. No dust jacket. The pages are toned with scattered foxing. The corners are lightly bumped. 
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1892 INTERNATIONAL THEOLOGICAL LIBRARY: APOLOGETICS; OR, CHRISTIANITY DEFENSIVELY STATED Alexander AB Bruce Theology, Bruce, Alexander Balmain.
6 Bruce, Alexander Balmain. 1892 INTERNATIONAL THEOLOGICAL LIBRARY: APOLOGETICS; OR, CHRISTIANITY DEFENSIVELY STATED Alexander AB Bruce Theology
Charles Scribner's Sons 1892 Hardcover Used: Acceptable Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1892 by Charles Scribner's Sons with 542 pages. Ex-library copy with call letters on the spine, several library stamps, card pocket and check-in sheet. The text has a few pages with underlining or notations in pencil sparsely scattered throughout. The binding is weak as the hinges are cracked. No dust jacket. The pages are toned. The pages are moderately foxed especially along the edges. Multiple pages have small closed tears along the edges. The spine panel is chipped, scuffed, has multiple closed tears, and has one about two inches missing from the top section and half of the bottom section are likewise lacking. The corners are bumped and the tips are rubbed through. The front free endpaper and first blank page are detached from the textblock and are heavily chipped with several closed tears along the edges. The pastedowns, endpapers and the first few pages closest to them have a small drop sized dampstains. 
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The Natural History of Religious Feeling Isaac Cornelison a question of miracles in the soul : an inductive study, Cornelison, Isaac Amada
7 Cornelison, Isaac Amada The Natural History of Religious Feeling Isaac Cornelison a question of miracles in the soul : an inductive study
0790542633 / 9780790542638 G.P. Putnam 1911-01-01 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1911 by G.P. Putnam's Sons with 291 pages. Ex-library with call letters on the spine and a check-in sheet. The text is unmarked. The binding is weakened as the hinges are cracking. The pages are toned. The corners are bumped. No dust jacket. Full Title: The natural history of religious feeling: a question of miracles in the soul : an inductive study PREFACE:THE author has been led into the present investigation by the difficulty he has encountered in his efforts to bring certain generally accepted notions regarding experimental religion into harmony with the great body of truth. He has no expectation of building for himself a com- plete system of philosophy; for, in his opinion, men will never be able to build, on earth, a tower reaching up to heaven: yet he thinks that they should be ever laboring to carry the building upward. He believes that their work, at any particular time, should be the shaping of the stones so that they shall be exactly fitted together, and the laying of them so that they shall make a continuation of the solid structure beneath. Each stage in the progress of knowledge has its unsettled questions, which the thinking men of the day are to settle, .one by one. "Not all questions are for all times." Some of the unsettled questions of the present time relate to that body, vaguely conceived and variously defined, as the church; its nature, the qualifications necessary for membership therein, and the work it has to do in the world. Christians are very far from agreement on any of these ques- tions. The proper relation of the church to the state has been a burning political question in Great Britain for many years, taxing the powers of her greatest statesmen; and now, the part which the church is to take in the education of the people, in that country, is a subject of controversy. The same questions are also agitating the public mind in France. In this country, where the church and the state are separate, the present relation of the state, not to the church, but to the Christian religion, is, to many persons, a subject of vital importance. Remembering the words of their Lord: "He that is not with me is against me, and he that gathereth not with me scattereth abroad" (Matt, xxi., 30), they are often distressed as they see the State endeavoring to maintain a neutrality towards the Christian religion which has the practical effect of hostility. Some of these questions the author has discussed in another work. He proposes now to discuss some of the unsettled questions in the church itself, such as its relation to the non-communicant world: who are to be admitted to membership, and on what terms? To these questions the various Christian denominations give widely differing answers. In the early days of the church its members were called disciples, which means simply pupils or learners; of late years, the word is seldom used, and the title Christians has taken its place, a title that was never given to the disciples by their Lord nor by any inspired authority ; given only by their enemies, and as a term of reproach. This change of title, insignificant as it may seem, was followed by very important consequences; nothing less than a change in the terms of membership in the church. The determining question now is: Are you a Christian? not, Are you a disciple? and it is held that the spiritual condition necessary for an affirmative answer to the first question is far different from that which is necessary for an affirmative answer to the second . In the beginning an act of the will, in obedience to the Master's command, "Follow me," with the faith and the feeling which were involved in the act, was a sufficient qualification for discipleship. Now, however, that part of the church which is called evangelical, holds that conversion is necessary to make a man a Christian and that conversion is a supernatural, divine work, a miracle in the soul, which is always manifested in the consciousness by unmistakable emotional experiences. The author cannot but think that this assump- tion involves a strange oversight of the fact that not one of those whom Christ called to be his disciples had undergone any such experience; and the fact that Peter, the only disciple whose con- version is recorded, was converted long after he had been an accepted and even a favored disciple. The deductions made from this assumption are of the gravest import. It is alleged, or im- plied, that those who have had the experience of conversion are the chosen of God, that they are so changed in nature as to have become new crea- tures, are the children of God, and are destined to an eternity of blessedness; while those who have not had the experience are the rejected of God, are children of Satan, and are destined to an eternity of woe. Consequences so momentous would naturally give pause to a person of proper sensibility, before adopting the premises from which they are drawn. The author would say for himself that he has found it difficult to reconcile the facts, observed in the lives of those who profess to have had the experience of conversion, with the assumption that underlies the profession. He has, therefore, been compelled to subject the assumption itself to a critical examination; and to review the whole question of the supernatural or miraculous divine agency in religious experience. He has to confess that this investigation was undertaken to lay spectres of doubt which were beginning to appear in his own mind. He is somewhat familiar with the objections which have been brought against our religion from the domain of science, philosophy, and criticism; and he trusts that he has been able to concede to them all the weight they can justly claim; yet he has to say that, if the balance in his mind has ever been disturbed by those objections, preponderating considerations soon caused it to settle on the affirmative side of the question; but, that the difficulties he has encountered in the do- main of experimental religion have been much more seriously disturbing. He has to confess also that, in coming to the conclusion that the alleged miraculous experiences are the products of natural causes, he has had to make no small sacrifice of preconceived notions notions which have been derived, not more from the religious opinions prevailing around him, than from his own experience a never to be forgotten experience, in which he supposed that his own spiritual life began. The author thinks that the time has come for an advance to be made, in the religious world, like that which began, in the scientific world, with the appearance of Charles Darwin's Origin of Species; an advance, from an incorrect, to a more nearly correct, view of the divine order in the develop- ment of the spiritual life in man. He trusts that the work he has undertaken in his own behalf may serve to relieve in some measure the perplexities of others who have been likewise troubled; and may, at the same time, widen the scope of the church so that she shall not be guilty of rejecting any of those whom Christ has received ; denying them the benefits of her ordinances, her fellowship, and her culture. If the views he has presented should happen to be proved erroneous, he would console himself with the assurance that a full and sincere presen- tation of an error, by provoking correction, is one of the most effective means of extending the knowledge of the truth. I. A. C. WASHINGTON, ILL., 1911. 
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Evidences of Christianity Archibald Duff Existence of God & Soul Apologetics HB, Dodge, Ebenezer
8 Dodge, Ebenezer Evidences of Christianity Archibald Duff Existence of God & Soul Apologetics HB
Gould & Lincoln 1869 First Edition Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This FIRST EDITION hardcover book was published in 1869 by Gould & Lincoln with 252 pages including advertisements. Ex-library. The text is unmarked. The binding is tight. The top and bottom edges of the spine panel are chipped with several small closed tears. The pages are toned. The corners are bumped. Previous owners name present. Library markings include call letters on the spine, a barcode sticker on the back cover and several library stamps. IT is now fifteen years since I commenced to give lectures on the Evidences of Christianity to the Senior class of Madison University. These have so grown in extent as to render it impossible for the student to copy all of them in the time allotted to the study. This fact has led me to think of putting them into a permanent form......A few words with regard to the method and design of the work may not be out of place. Its governing idea is, that Christianity is its own witness. The nature of Christianity, its influence, its relations to Divine Providence and to human progress, and its historical triumphs, constitute the best evidence of its divine origin. This method seemed philosophical, since all the great lines of evidence are wrought into the fabric of our faith, or touch some of the many aspects of human life and history. It is only the sacred records which need the aid of strictly external evidence. Here I have limited myself to an examination of the historical character of the New Testament. Very many questions of interest and of importance are left untouched. These belong, however, to the province of biblical criticism, rather than to the field of Christian apology......This method will, if carried out with a fair degree of success, help the student to gain a conception of the Christian religion in its unity and in its totality. I cannot but regard this object as of the highest moment. A man is hardly well educated who does not understand the religion of the civilized world. To this class, more than to any other, Christianity ought to be presented freed from the misconceptions of its friends, and from the perversions of its enemies......My aim has been to present Christianity as accepted by the representatives of the Protestant faith. How far I have done so, does not become me to affirm. But every teacher can alter or omit any portion which he may deem defective in this respect......I have added an introduction on the existence of God, and on the immortality of the soul. I have done this because doubt, at the present day, so often roots itself in a weak apprehension of the personality of God, and in a serious misgiving in relation to the conscious life of the soul hereafter......It has been my desire to bring the work within reasonable limits. It may be that, here and there, I have been too brief, but I did not wish to preclude the necessity of an oral or written lecture by the teacher, or of an essay by his pupil, nor did I desire to supersede the practice of a discussion in the recitation-room. Still, I hope the style is throughout clear and direct......While I may venture to claim for the work some degree of superiority over others, as a text-book, I would yet express my high appreciation of the merits of those great apologetic works which adorn the English literature.I take this occasion to acknowledge my obligations to my colleague, Dr. Arnold, for his valuable aid in examin¬ing and correcting the proof-sheets, and for the Index to the work which he has prepared......If this volume shall prove of any service to the youth of my country, and to the ministry of my Lord, I shall be amply rewarded. 
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1960 My Answer Billy Graham 1st Edition HB w/DJ Apologetics Common Questions About tyhe Bible & Christianity, Graham, Billy
9 Graham, Billy 1960 My Answer Billy Graham 1st Edition HB w/DJ Apologetics Common Questions About tyhe Bible & Christianity
Doubleday 1960-01-01 Hardcover Used: Good Used: Good Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This Stated First Edition hardcover book was published in 1960 by Doubleday with 259 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is exceptionally tight. The dust jacket is moderately worn around the edges with a couple small closed tears. The page edges are toned. The cover is moderately rubbed with some surface scratching. BILLY GRAHAMpresents several hundred of the most interesting questions put to him in his syndicated column—with his answers—a column that has been carried for several years, five days a week, by over 150 newspapers.The wide variety of subjects covered here are of great importance to everyone —dating, marriage, children, teenage problems, divorce, death, religion, war, and many more. Dr. Graham's sympathy and common sense, in addition to his wide knowledge of the Bible, make his thoughtful replies helpful and inspiring reading for all. 
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Christianity in Crisis with Study Guide Hank Hanegraaff Apologetics Faith Movement, Hank Hanegraaff
10 Hank Hanegraaff Christianity in Crisis with Study Guide Hank Hanegraaff Apologetics Faith Movement
1565076966 / 9781565076969 Harvest House Publishers 2004 Paperback Used: Good Paperback 
This paperback book was published in 2004 by Harvest House Publishers with 590 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. The cover is moderately worn around the edges. The cover is moderately rubbed with some surface scratching. The bottom edge of the spine is scuffed with a small closed tear. Christianity in Crisis confronts head-on a deadly cancer thatis ravaging the body of Christ. Unless this cancer is halted now,the consequences for Christianity will be catastrophic.Influential teachers are utilizing the power of the airwaves as wellas scores of books, tapes, and magazines to distort the biblical conceptof the Creator and promote antibiblical doctrines that boggle themind. The result is nothing less than a systematic subversion ofthe historic Christian faith.Yet this is a cancer which has a cure. Christianity in Crisis not onlyexposes darkness to light, but provides solutions for averting the crisis in Christianity and restoring a Christianity centered in Christ.Includes a useful study guide for groups or individuals. 
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The Law of Christ Volume I Catholic Moral Theology Bernard Haring, Haring, Bernard
11 Haring, Bernard The Law of Christ Volume I Catholic Moral Theology Bernard Haring
Newman Press 1974-01-01 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This revised seventh edition hardcover book was published in 1974 by Newman Press with 615 pages. Previous owners name present. The pages are toned. The pages are moderately foxed especially along the edges. The binding is sound. The corners are bumped. The publishers remainder mark is on the bottom page edges. 
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The Popular Encyclopedia of Apologetics: Surveying the Evidence for the Truth of Christianity, Hindson, Ed; Caner, Ergun
12 Hindson, Ed; Caner, Ergun The Popular Encyclopedia of Apologetics: Surveying the Evidence for the Truth of Christianity
0736920846 / 9780736920841 Harvest House Publishers 2008-05-01 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 2008 by Harvest House Publishers with 510 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. No dust jacket. 
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Kolasis Aionios or Future Retribution George King Divine Punishment Apologetics, King, George W
13 King, George W Kolasis Aionios or Future Retribution George King Divine Punishment Apologetics
Eaton & Mains/Jennings & Pye 1901-01-01 2nd Edition Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This hardcover book is the SECOND EDITION that was published in 1901 by Eaton & Mains/Jennings & Pye with 271 pages. The text contains 70 pages with scattered underlining, notes and notations in pencil. The binding is sound though the hinges are cracking. The pages are toned with scattered foxing. No dust jacket. Previous owners name present. The past few years have introduced no essentially new element into the discusssion of the doctrine of Retribution. The changes in this edition, therefore, are slight. A few errors in type have been corrected, and an important footnote has been added on page 204. Other valuable verses have been given as mottoes or texts to chapter i and to the chapter on Terminology......We may add that the conviction increases, not diminishes, with us that the doctrine of Future Punishment is the anchor of evangelical faith and the high-water mark of evangelical preaching. The measure of strength in the great work of the Church of Jesus Christ will be, as it has been, the measure of faith in the doctrine of the awful consequences of sin and the faithful effort born thereof of the ministers of Christ to persuade men to accept the only remedy for sin given in the world's Redeemer. The minister's success in his great calling will depend very much upon his clear apprehension and faithful presentation of this theme. Danger with him. will lie not in strength but in weakness of doctrine. Sincere faith in a true biblical doctrine will give to him a depth of conviction as to other related truths, like the deity of Christ, the vicarious character of Christ's sufferings and death, the deity, personality, and presence of the Holy Ghost, and the blessedness of heaven, such as he can get in no other way. His sense of the value of a soul will also be deepened, and his interest in the salvation of any and all. In his own soul he will realize a magnitude of spiritual fervor and love for men as can only come to one who feels that he is commissioned to warn men to " flee from the wrath to come." It will quicken missionary aspiration and heighten the view of all things that are eternal, while it will diminish all things that are earthly as relatively of little worth, and thus enhance the value of even earthly things. It will give a depth and range and pathos of preaching to the preacher's public ministrations, and a tenderness and solicitude in his pastoral visitations, as cannot come to him whose ministry is one only of earthly and temporal expediency. With it he will measure all things by the rule of eternity. It will prove the best tonic to Christian endeavor and to all Christian living to those already Christian; and is the true and infallible background of deep conviction for sin and repentance in those who are in their sins. Faithfully believed and preached it will produce a revival of religion in any church, and quicken the pulse of every benevolence and enterprise in both the Church and society. In a word, it is God's awful background to all that is good in life and in eternity...... In this conviction we reiterate our faith in the doctrine of this volume, and urge upon the Church of to-day greater attention to its importance. There can be no " Forward Movement" that shall be worthy the name that is not inspired by a sense of the awful guilt of sin. The true minister of Christ and the faithful layman, solicitous for the strengthening and upbuilding of the Church of Christ, may not despise or ignore this revealed and authorized power. " Ease in Zion " will not tolerate the doctrine, but " woe " to the church that is at ease. "Ichabod" might as well be written over its portals. To suffer with Christ is the only way to perpetuate his kingdom, and to suffer with him in his doctrine is as essential as to suffer with him in any other way. Indeed, if we suffer not with him in his doctrine we are not apt to suffer with him at all. Because the doctrine of retribution is not popular, therefore it should be believed, and therefore it should be earnestly and sympathetically preached in the pulpit and cordially and intelligently supported in the pew......G. W. K. WORCESTER, MASS., July 10, 1901. 
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Creative Response The Changing & Changeless in an Asian Mind Won Sul Lee, Lee, Won Sul
14 Lee, Won Sul Creative Response The Changing & Changeless in an Asian Mind Won Sul Lee
Kyung Hee University Press 1977-01-01 Paperback Used: Acceptable Paperback Trade Paperback 
This paperback book was published in 1977 by the Kyung Hee University Press with 309 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is tight. The cover is heavily worn around the edges with some creasing and a few small closed tears. The cover is moderately rubbed with some surface scratching. The pages are heavily toned with scattered foxing. Previous owners name present. FOREWORDCompiled in this work are the author's columns which appeared regularly in The Korea Herald under the title "Creative Response" during the past two eventful years. Succinct in style and scintillant in thought, these articles have well expressed the thoughts, casual and profound, of an Asian intellectual who tries to respond creatively to the challenge of our times. On behalf of The Korea Herald I should like to congratulate the author on his making positive contributions to widening our intellectual vistas.Our age in Asia is full of crises. But the word crisis in Chinese is made of two characters — danger and opportunity. If we therefore respond to the crises of our age creatively, we can open a new chapter in human history. If, in the same vein, we are to be creative, we must, as President Jimmy Carter so lucidly stated in his inaugural address, "adjust to changing times and still hold to unchanging principles." In these writings the author admirably balances the changing with the unchanging.With his background of studying and teaching in Asia, North America, and Western Europe, the author is well qualified to deal with the problems of change in the light of unchanging principles. Most critical issues presently vexing us are crystalized and fully explored in these articles. I hope that this work will stimulate many other thinking people to think deeply about how we should change and what we should conserve.May 31, 1977Kim Yong-soo Managing Editor The Korea Herald 
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Demonosophy Unmasked in Modern Theosophy Sloan Sorcery New Age Mysticism Psychic, Mersene Elon Sloan
15 Mersene Elon Sloan Demonosophy Unmasked in Modern Theosophy Sloan Sorcery New Age Mysticism Psychic
The Way Press 1922 Second Edition of Abridged Text Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1922 by the Way Press with 192 pages. Ex-library. The text has scattered pencil underlining. The binding is sound though the top front hinge is cracked and the rear hinge has been repaired. The corners are bumped. Library markings include a few library stamps, check out sheet, card pocket, a few pages have small closed tears along the edges. 
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Think Christianly: Looking at the Intersection of Faith and Culture, Morrow, Jonathan
16 Morrow, Jonathan Think Christianly: Looking at the Intersection of Faith and Culture
0310328659 / 9780310328650 Zondervan 2011-11-05 Paperback Used: Good Paperback 
This paperback book was published in 2011 by Zondervan with 301. The text is unmarked. The binding is tight. There is normal shelf and edge wear. 
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Bremen Lectures on Fundamental Living Religious Questions by English Divines HB, Rev. D. Heagle [Translator]; Alvah Hovey, D.D. [Introduction];
17 Rev. D. Heagle [Translator]; Alvah Hovey, D.D. [Introduction]; Bremen Lectures on Fundamental Living Religious Questions by English Divines HB
D. Lothrop & Company 1871-01-01 Third Edition, Revised & Enlarge Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This hardcover book ias the Third Edition, Revised & Enlarged that was published in 1871 by D. Lothrop & Company with 358 pages. Top edges gilt. The text contains 25 pages with underlining is black fountain pen. The binding is sound though the front hinge is cracked. Library marking include a few library stamps and a section on the bottonm of the spine panel that has marked with black marker. The edges are moderately worn. The spine panel is sunned and has some scuffing, chipping and small closed tears along the top and bottom edges. The title page is detached. The pages are toned. No dust jacket. MY attention was first called to the "Bremen Lectures " soon after their publication in Germany, and from the known ability and standing of the authors I was sure, before reading them, of their high character. When, therefore, at the request of my friend, the Rev. D. Heagle, who proposed to furnish the American public with a translation of them, I gave the Lectures a careful perusal, I was not surprised to find them rich in thought and admirable in style, — indeed, singularly worthy of being put into the English language for the benefit of American readers; for they are noble defences of the Christian religion against fierce attacks from living adversaries; and, like all good defences of " the faith once delivered to the saints," they deal with central facts and principles, and possess a value quite independent of controversy. Accordingly, without wishing to endorse every sentiment expressed in these Lectures, I believe it simply just to say that they are characterized by candor and breadth of view as well as by logical force and zeal for Christian truth......The translator, a German by descent, and familiar with the German language, has performed his task with fidelity and skill, giving the reader the true flavor of the original, yet modifying the structure of sentences so far as to make the English perspicuous. Such a work is a precious gift to the people of God, and, with the blessing of his grace, will dc much to establish their hearts in the present truth.ALVAH HOVEY 
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This paperback book was published in 1995 by Concordia Publishing House with 429 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is tight. There is normal shelf and edge wear. Muslim Friends provides an introduction to Islam to help Christians better understand the Muslims' faith and practice. This volume enables non-Muslims to understand Islam and to help foster friendly relations between non-Muslims and Muslims. 
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