This exceptional volume contains a choice collection of writings from 19th century German pastor Friedrich Wilhelm Krummacher. These writings abound with sound exposition and rich word pictures and are abundantly sprinkled with a wide range of Scriptural quotations. Krurnmacher's passionate eloquenc..
In this series of sermons Elder Cockrell looks at six different Bible Characters.
Much truth can be gleaned from these different people: Thomas, the
doubter;John, the beloved disciple; Peter, an impulsive man; Judas, the
avaricious man; Stephen, the myrtyred deacon; Paul, the great apostle
volume will be a most valuable acquisition to the libraries of ministers and
Christians generally. Its doctrine is thoroughly scriptural; its argument is
compelling; and the reading of it will certainly prove an enriching experience.
It ranks among the best works ever written on the Cov..
This commentary on the book of Acts was
written by J.A. Alexander, the third son of the famous Archibald Alexander, and
an eminent Christian teacher in his own right. The Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia
described him as the most remarkable linguist ever produced by America. Like
In All the 2s of the Bible, scholar Herbert Lockyer conducts a fascinating study of the ways in which the writers of Scripture combined both contradictory and complimentary concepts in communicating biblical truth, often in the same verse. Too often, one of these double truths is dealt with to the e..
A Wealth of Scriptural Symbolism and Truth in the Number 3The three-in-one nature of the Trinity...The three features of the priesthood...The three harvest fruits...The three glorious appearances...The three gifts of the Magi...The three tenses of salvation...The three crosses...The three phases of ..
Christ and His People is "commencing with elementary instruction in the fundamental doctrines of religion, and exhibiting Christianity in its present state and future prospects, as well as the characteristic features of the true believer in Christ, and the fatal consequences of rejecting Him as the ..
Commentary on RevelationEthelburt William Bullinger
was an Anglican pastor, Dispensationalist, and gifted theologian. The author of
classics such as Number in Scripture and Written in the Stars, Bullinger
approached Bible study with a devotion that few scholars have ever matched. In
Cover to Cover has been written to encourage Christians to view the
Bible and its message as a whole, and to think more broadly about its
themes. It also seeks to stimulate interest in reading through the
complete Bible every year. The selected themes are presented in three