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|Christ in All the Scriptures, by Hodgkin, A.M., 257 pages; From 1909 edition
This highly valued book has remained the classic in presenting the message of Christ in each book of the Bible. Written in a clear and sound manner.
|Synthetic Bible Study, by Gray, James, 340 pages; From 1906 edition
James Gray was appointed by D.L. Moody to head up the Bible Institute. Dr. Gray systematically surveys each book of the Bible, enabling a bird-eye view of the Scriptures and their message.
|The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, by Franklin, Benjamin, 276 pages; From 1896 edition; 5 graphics
Benjamin Franklin is known for his amazing scientific endeavors, but often maligned in the current rewriting of American history. Read for yourself his own words on his life, written for his grandson.
|Sacred Biography, by Hunter, Henry, 596 pages; From 1828 edition, 7 volumes, 4 graphics
This rare old treasure was a series of courses on the Patriarchs, notable women of Scripture and the Lord Jesus. Read the deep instruction that produced powerful preachers of a bye-gone era.
|Samuel Morris, by Reed, D.E., 32 pages; From 1908 edition
Samuel Morris was an African immigrant who came to learn more about the Holy Spirit from our American Schools. His presence contrasted our lack of faith, prayer, and spiritual vigor, challenging people to truly commit themselves to God and His word.?
|Gleanings from Ruth, by Rideout, Samuel, 77 pages; From an edition printed around 1920
Rich treasures of the gospel await to be found in the book of Ruth. This is a wonderful devotional commentary.
|For Believers Only, by Satterthwaite, Dale, 151 pages; Printed in 2003
A pastor to pastors, and one who emptied the pew in sending out missionaries, this is a collection of his sermons done at the close of his earthly life, in hopes of encouraging the believer to live the godly life.
|Our Daily Homily, by Meyer, F.B., 1190 pages; From 1898 edition, 5 volumes
This well known writer offers a devotional study from each chapter of the Bible, offering encouragement and hope to the Christian.
|Billy Sunday in Action, by Sunday, Billy, 80 pages; From edition about 1920, 41 illustrations
A collection of cartoons and sayings collected from the famous converted pro-ball player Billy Sunday, whose energetic zeal brought thousands to the saving knowledge of God across the globe.
|Divine Dynamite, by Conant, J.E., 40 pages; From 1920 edition
Explains the power from on high mentioned in Acts 1:8 and explains how it empowers the believer.
|Every Member Evangelism, by Conant, J.E., 240 pages; From 1922 edition; 10 illustrations
This analytic evangelist explains why it is so important for every Christian to do the work of soul-winning, so that pastors are able to lead the flock of God.
|An Illustrated History of the Holy Bible, by Kitto, John, 713 pages; From 1867 edition, 133 woodcut illustrations
A history of the Bible and the remarkable events and characters of the Old and New Testament. Also the Jewish history of 400 years in between the Old and New Testaments. Covers 4,000 years of Biblical history.
|Palestine, by Kitto, John, 434 pages; From 1900 edition, 173 illustrations
A history of Palestine (Israel) from the time of the Patriarchs to the 1800's. The first part of the book deals with Geography, Natural History, and on the Customs of the Hebrews. The second part of the book deals with a chronological history of the land.
|The Assyrian Antichrist, by Macomber, Clinton, 70 pages; 2003 edition
Antichrist is identified by his nationality in Scripture as an Assyrian person. Is there a precedence for this? What are the Assyrian people like? Is it possible that a person could arise from this shattered empire? This book answers these and other questions.
|American Scholar, Self Reliance, and Compensation, by Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 108 pages; From 1893 edition
Three articles on productive American lifestyle. Used to be required reading in public schools.
|The Laws of Fermentation (Bible Wines), by Patton, William, 109 pages; From 1871 edition, 2 illustrations
An in-depth presentation of the Biblical evidence that supports the view of temperance, explaining the usage and meaning of the Greek and Hebrew words.
|Number in Scripture, by Bullinger, E.W., 303 pages; From 1894 edition, 6 diagrams
Dr. Bullinger is noted for his careful consideration of the various aspects of Scripture that are often overlooked by devotional study. This book offers an understanding of the significance of each number used in Scripture.