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________________________________________________ February 11, 2015
The Following Work Has Been Posted For Download AN ESSAY ON THE KINGDOM OF CHRIST, by Abraham Booth As published by Grace-eBooks.com, and believed to be the only digitized text edition available. The essay by Booth addresses The Kingdom of Christ; the church visible, and invisible; its origin, government, laws, subjects, splendor, immunities, riches, honor, limits, and duration.
________________________________________________ March 29, 2014
The Following Work by John Newton Has Been Posted
AN INTERESTING OBSERVATION: The work posted consisting of 50 sermons, entitled Messiah, contains the word “Messiah” - 259 times; “Messiah’s” - 29 times; “Christ” - 205 times; “Christ’s” -3 times; “He” - 1,732 times; “Him” - 990 times; “His” - 2,377 times; “The Son” - 124 times; “Lord” - 487 times; “Lord’s” - 44 times; “Redeemer “- 55 times; “Shepherd” - 52 times; Lamb - 52 times; “Saviour” - 43 times; and “Saviour’s” - 13 times. If you have an interest in The Lord Jesus Christ, you may safely assume, “It’s all about Him.”
________________________________________________ October 26, 2013
A Harmony of the Gospels, by A. T. Robertson
A Harmony of the Gospels (Condensed), by A. T. Robertson
A. T. Robertson was born in 1863 in Chatham, Virginia, and was raised in Statesville, North Carolina.. His public profession was by baptism in 1876 and immediately thereafter began to preach.
Upon graduation from Wake Forest College in 1885, Robertson entered The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, where he studied Greek under John Broadus. He was appointed Greek instructor as a student, received his Th.M. in 1888, and became an associate professor in 1890. He then served as Professor of New Testament Interpretation from 1895 to 1934. He remained in that post until September 24, 1934 on when he dismissed his class early and went home and died of a stroke.