Posted by: SandreS | August 9, 2022

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The Best Is Yet to Come


Are Bride and Body Identical?

by — F.H. Robison (1885-1932)

That there is a “Bride” mentioned in Scripture, and also a “Body,” probably no Bible student, or even Bible reader, would deny. As to whether these different terms refer to the same or to distinct classes of believers is the subject of this work.

This is a treasure-house of worth to the student of Scripture. It is among the best books in print. — Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr.

Robison was an associate of A.E. Knoch.

(#2039) 128 pages, facsimile paperback.

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Posted by: SandreS | August 8, 2022

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Heaven and Earth Distinction

by — I.M. Haldeman


Our Calling in Christ

by — Dr. Vincent W. Bennett (1903-1981)

This rich study, encouraging and enlightening, is a brief survey of Paul’s glorious revelation found in Ephesians chapter 1 and a portion of chapter 2. Bennett, an Englishman who came out of the Dutch Reformed Church, was a graduate of Cliff College (Sheffield, England), Moody Bible Institute and McCormick Presbyterian Seminary (Chicago). He was an active Bible conference speaker, the Assistant to the President of Wheaton College, pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church, Waukegan. IL, Grace Tabernacle in Muskegon, Michigan (a few blocks from Harry Bultema who was at the Berean Church), and university pastor at John Brown University (Siloam Springs, Arkansas).

(#3821) 66 pages, paperback.

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Posted by: SandreS | August 7, 2022

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God’s Loving Restoration Extends Even to Sodom


The Story of the Rich Man and Lazarus

Parable? or Literal History?

by — Ivan L. Burgener

The subject of the Rich Man and Lazarus from Luke chapter 16 has long been one that has caused much confusion and misunderstanding in Christendom. Upon its accurate interpretation rests much doctrinal significance for us today. It has been so traditionally misused as to be made the cornerstone of the erroneous teaching of the immortality of the soul – a concept not taught by the Scriptures, but firmly rooted in Roman Catholicism, Spiritism, Paganism, and Platonism.

Ivan Burgener has a great heart for the truth. He has a firm belief in the authority of the Scriptures, and courage to follow his studies wherever they may lead him. Many faithful years of study and ministry has led him to this greatly abused passage of Scripture. This may well be the simplest, clearest, and most well-documented presentation of the Rich Man and Lazarus in print.

Burgener was the longtime president of Berean Bible Fellowship.

(#3380) 80 pages, paperback.

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Posted by: SandreS | August 6, 2022

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But One Soul

by — Paul Seigvolck


The Pleroma: Paul’s “Lost” Teaching

The Complement of Christ, of God, and of the Ages

A Comprehensive Compilation

Ephesians and Colossians are the epistles of divine fullness, and one of the most profound Greek words used by Paul to characterize important aspects of the revelation surrounding the Secret Administration is pleroma (πλήρωμα). This groundbreaking work expounds on the pinnacle truths of the Pleroma, revealing depths of glory that few have ever contemplated or realized. A.E. Knoch (1874-1965) wrote: “Well-nigh lost is the dominating doctrine of the Pleroma or fullness.” Divine realization of the Pleroma will significantly transform one’s understanding of God’s Word. This is a unique compilation of 22 authors, spanning over 100 years, with 24 chapters and 20 appendixes.

(#3814) 240 pages, paperback.

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Posted by: SandreS | August 5, 2022

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A Study on Pentecost, and The Gift of Tongues

by — Tom L. Ballinger

Ballinger, born in Dallas, TX, graduated from Southern Methodist University in 1954. He played professional baseball for several years before being drafted into the U.S. Army. Afterward he entered a career in business. In 1966 he, along with Murry Evans, started the Berean Chapel in Mobile, AL and began holding the annual Gulf Coast Bible Conference. 1968 he launched his periodical Plainer Words, which he published for twenty-one years. He also conducted a daily radio program, The Present Truth Broadcast, for ten years in some of the major radio markets.

This book is two works in one.

(#0981) 50 pages, facsimile paperback.

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Posted by: SandreS | August 4, 2022

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Love Doesn’t Seek Its Own

by — Emil Brunner


King Saul, and, the Witch of Endor

Did the Prophet Samuel Rise at Her Bidding?

by — E.W. Bullinger (1837-1913)

This is a short read yet full of intriguing and perhaps controversial ideas for you to consider.

It also includes an appendix, “The Witch of Endor,” by A.E. Knoch (1874-1965).

(#0027) 27 pages, paperback.

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Posted by: SandreS | August 3, 2022

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God Will Judge in Grace


The Witness of the Stars

by — E.W. Bullinger (1837-1913)

An in-depth study of the constellations and principle stars as they pertain to prophetic truth. More than forty charts and diagrams are included.

(#4570) 205 pages, paperback.

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Posted by: SandreS | August 2, 2022

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Houses for God

by — Oscar M. Baker


The Seven Administrations

The Basic Dispensations of Scripture

by — Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr.

Throughout Scripture we are presented with various administrations. These administrations, sometimes called “dispensations,” or “economies,” are divine managements, stewardships, or households. They are the organization and implementation of a specific divine purpose. This is an introductory look at the seven basic administrations in Scripture. Grasping the overall scope of these will greatly assist us in understanding the Scriptures. Such an awareness of our place in the Divine plan can save us from much confusion, heartache, and despair. Extensive end notes. Overview chart.

(#3838) 69 pages, paperback.

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Posted by: SandreS | August 1, 2022

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The Theological Dam of Christendom’s Creeds

by — Alan Burns


The Lord’s Day

A Study of Revelation 1:10

by — E.W. Bullinger (1837-1913)

The object of this work is to give proof that the expression, “The Lord’s Day,” in the popular belief that it indicates the first day of the week. There are few subjects on which Tradition speaks so confidently; or diverges more definitely from the recognized principles governing Bible study.

(#1284) 48 pages, paperback.

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Posted by: SandreS | July 31, 2022

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Why Did God Give the Law?


Manual of Doctrinal Truths

by — Leon Albert Bynoe (1895-1983)

An associate of A.E. Knoch, this founding editor of Grace & Truth Magazine takes a brief look at some fundamentals of the Sacred Scriptures.

Bynoe was born in St. Michael, Barbados, British West Indies. He later came to New York City and was founder of Bible Truth Church. For decades he conducted an international ministry alongside his beloved co-worker Arthur Benta. Their worldwide ministry was most active in the West Indies, Panama, Nigeria and West Africa. Both, originally associated with the I.B.S.A. (International Bible Student’s Association), were intimate associates of E.H. Clayton, William Mealand, John H. Essex, Charles Peart, and J.W. Bailey (of the Concordant Tabernacle, Brooklyn). Capable students and teachers of Scripture, they often conducted and participated in conferences across the US and abroad. For many years they oversaw the Concordant Scripture Students which met weekly in Harlem.

Bynoe’s extensive evangelistic efforts in Jamaica, which began in 1925, resulted in 12 assemblies with about 400 members. He would also go on to become the founder and managing editor of Grace & Truth magazine, as well as director of Bible Truth Press.

(#1612) 68 pages, facsimile, paperback.

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