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The Story of the New Testament

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Ralph Earle

From the Preface:

"The Bible is a divine-human book. It is a revelation from God, but it was given through human instruments. We all believe in the inspiration of the Bible. We must also recognize the fact that it was written by men. It is of divine origin, but it is also of human origin. It is this human origin of the New Testament which is the special field of study treated in this book."

Table of Contents:

Holiness Works: A Bibliography

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
William Charles Miller

 A bibliography to aid the study of the doctrine of holiness.  A Revised Edition of The Master Bibliography of Holiness Works

Holiness for Everyday

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Gideon B. (Gideon Brooks) Williamson

Devotions for every day of the year

Who is the Holy Spirit?

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
William M. Greathouse

Reprinted [as a tract] from the "Herald of Holiness," May 10, 1972

from the tract:

"The Holy Spirit is no longer 'the unknown Person' of the Godhead. The New Testament exhortation that we be filled with the Holy Spirit has found thousands of receptive hearts."

Models for Modern Ministers

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Gideon B. (Gideon Brooks) Williamson

The book is a collection of 12 sermons preached by General Superintendent G. B. Williamson.

The Spirit's Ministry

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
J. Glenn Gould

This book is a compliation of three sermons/ messages concerning the importance and value of the Holy Spirit as a separate and equal entity of the Trinity.

Table of Contents:

01 -- The Witness Of The Spirit
02 -- The Anointing Of The Spirit
03 -- The Guidance Of The Spirit

Uttermost Salvation

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Aaron Merritt Hills

This book written by A.M. Hills, is a collection of his sermonettes on holiness and the holy life.

Touched by the Divine: The Story of Fairy Chism

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Carol Gish

From the author:

"After Fairy agreed to tell me her story, characteristically she put everything she had into it. Day after day I sat and listened breathlessly as she relived again for me the days of her youth and the years of active service here and in Africa. As I listened, often with streaming eyes, she stressed over and over again the miraculous fact of God's touch upon her life."

Witnesses to the Doctrine of Holiness

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
L. M. Campbell

The design of these Bible Readings is to bring into clear light what the Bible teaches the experience of holiness to be, by letting the Word itself speak; and that there may be no doubt as to the right interpretation of the passages, a sufficient number of comments are cited from the recognized leading Bible expositors of the Christian world, showing the concurrent agreement existing among them wherever investigation has gone.

The Lost Frontier

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Charles Allen McConnell

Also published with the title: In the day of the lost frontier


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