My Objection to a Sinning Religion

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Reuben A. (Bud) Robinson

A booklet of Bud Robinson's argument against the teaching that Christians must sin daily.

Holiness and the Human Element

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
H. A. (Harmon Allen) Baldwin

This book was written to help the newly sanctified believer as well as the mature saint to live a consistent life of separation from the world, yet be a normal, Bible Christian.

Statement and definitions
Causes of confusion
Various statements
Ecstatic feelings
Righteous indignation
Physical infirmities
Mental infirmities
Infirmities of the spirit
Lack of spiritual vision
Wandering thoughts

Holiness and the Christian Life

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
L. A. Reed

Booklet on the stewardship of one's life of consecration.

Bible Holiness

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
E. P. Ellyson

True holiness, The Glory of Christ, Different Aspects of Holiness are just a few subjects from this book.

Beliefs That Matter Most

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Westlake Taylor Purkiser

The purpose of this little book is to try to place faith in the setting of interest and meaning for young people.

The Certainties of Faith

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Phineas F. Bresee

This book picks up the stateliness, the scriputral weight of Dr. Bresee's ministry and the eternal optimism that possessed him.

Essential Christian Beliefs

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Stephen S. White

The beliefs that we need to know are God, Man, Christ, Holy Spirit, Bible, and the Future. Here we will read what the author has to say.

Security: The False and the True

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Westlake Taylor Purkiser

The security of the Christian is complete and entire, wanting nothing. There are, however, some pervasive—and dangerous—notions as the nature of Christian security. A false security, reasons the author, is worse than none at all, for it can breed carelessness and unfounded confidence. In this classic study, W. T. Purkiser presents a well articulated discussion of the great biblical promises that will safeguard our souls and keep us from presumptuous sin. Purkiser's purpose is that we comprehend—and experience—the true security promised to all of Gods children.


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