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A classic biblical work by a man, who studied all of the bibles of the world, including the Koran, Hindu scriptures and books of Raja Yoga. His studies in original Hebrew lay in the heart of his book, “Bible Mystery and Bible Meaning”. Published in 1913, it serves to help people to see the foundation of great truths of Jesus’ teaching; to reawaken belief in the Bible and Jesus if one has lost faith. Thomas Troward presents here an exposition of the universal laws as they are revealed in the Bible. “Bible Mystery and Bible Meaning”, especially attractive to churchmen, is an excellent resource also for those, who desire the Bible come alive to their lives.
The first edition of this book was published in 1855. Due to its immediate success it was re-published a number of times and soon in 1866 translated from German into English. System of Biblical Psychology belonging to the pen of Franz Delitzsch gives its readers the understanding of the relationship between God and a person. The author believes that the Bible contains all rules and ideas concerning the human nature and actions in defferent situations. Moreover, the theme of relationshoip between a man and self and a man and those who surround him is also included in this book. Various sections of the book are devoted to pre-existence, creation, the fall, man's natural condition, the regeneration, death, and resurrection and consummation. Each section is followed by an appendix with the explanation materials. The book is recommended for everyone who is interested in Biblical psychology and wants to compare its ideas of the middle of the 19th century to the modern views in this particular field.
Thoroughly abridged by the author from his original three-volume edition, this work traces beliefs and institutions of ancient Israel backward to earlier and cruder stages of thought and practices, describing savage faiths and customs.
By an English priest of the 19th-20th century, Joseph Armitage Robinson. The Lecture on the Gospel according to Peter was given in the Hall of Christ s College on the 2Oth of November, three days after the text was first seen in Cambridge, in response to a general desire for information as to the new discovery. It has since been corrected and enlarged by the addition of some notes, which are placed at the foot of the page, with a view to guiding students to various sources of information which may yet throw further light upon the interpretation of the fragment.
This Elibron Classics book is a facsimile reprint of a 1822 edition by T. Goyder, London. Robert Hindmarsh. Letters to Dr. Priestley: containing proofs of the sole, supreme, and exclusive divinity of Jesus Christ, whom the Scriptures declare to be the only God of heaven and earth; Likewise of the Divine Mission of Emanuel Swendenborg, being a defence of the New Church Signified by the New Jerusalem in the Apocalypse. Second Edition