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The Derived New Testament. Translated by Jeff Bohlender. This very literal version of the New Testament was derived from the ultral-literal sublinear of the Concordant Greek Text, stressing consistent use of each word. In other words, each Greek word has its own English equivalent as much as possible, without becoming unreadable. With repeated reading of the entire text, the seeming strangeness can lead to increased understanding and enjoyment. 
   The extensive index used to build this version is also available from the publisher. The index entries show ultra-literal translations of the original Greek words, and the Strong’s numbers associated with the expressions. A good way to understand the meaning of an expression is to see how it is used in all its contexts. This index based on the New Testament Greek, facilitates easy perusal of most contexts of interest. 
   Available in Large Print (14 pt) or Standard Print (12 pt) sizes in Letter (8-½" x 11") size, in 3 bindings: Paperback, Spiral Bound, Hardcover.
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The Derived New Testament Concordance. Compiled by Jeff Bohlender. The index entries of this concordance show ultra-literal translations of the original Greek words, and the Strong’s numbers associated with the expressions. A good way to understand the meaning of an expression is to see how it is used in all its contexts. This index based on the New Testament Greek, facilitates easy perusal of most contexts of interest.
   This index is derived from the Concordant Greek Text, the Concordant Literal New Testament with Keyword Concordance, the Concordant Lexicon and Concordance, and Abingdon’s Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible. 
The very literal version of the New Testament that this work accompanies is also available from the publisher. It was derived from the ultral-literal sublinear of the Concordant Greek Text, stressing consistent use of each word. In other words, each Greek word has its own English equivalent as much as possible, without becoming unreadable. With repeated reading of the entire text, the seeming strangeness can lead to increased understanding and enjoyment.
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Select Writings of Stanislas Van Mierlo (Volume 1). Van Mierlo (1888-1962), born in Antwerp, Belgium, was a student of E.W. Bullinger (1837-1913), an associate of A.E. Knoch (1874-1965) and Charles H. Welch (1880-1967), and co-editor along with G.J. Pauptit (1889-1962) of the Dutch monthly periodical Uit de Schriften (Out of the Scriptures, 1920-1960), as well the author of several books. 
Content: The Present Dispensation; Characteristics of the Church of the Mystery; Highlights from the Book of Ephesians; The Expectation of the Present Dispensation; The Above-Heavenly Sphere of Blessings; Some Dispensational Differences; John’s Gospel and Paul’s Gospel; Did Christ Die in Our Place? 54 pages.
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Seven Things I Misunderstood About Prophecy (An Exposé of Evangelical Prophetic Interpretation), by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. (#4088). Early in his life and ministry, what the author knew and taught about the themes found in this book were simply what he had learned since childhood: traditional Evangelical Christian prophetic interpretation. However, in time he would come to see things quite differently. In this work he shares with the reader things that he had misunderstood, and after fifty years of personal Scripture study, what he now understands: realizations that have brought him great peace. IMPORTANT NOTICE: This work is extracted from the author’s larger work Things I Misunderstood, and can also be found in the compilation, Rightly Dividing Israel’s Prophetic Kingdom. 166 pages.
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Rightly Dividing Israel’s Prophetic Kingdom – With Special Emphasis on The Overlooked Pre-Millennial “Kingdom of the Heavens” (A Comprehensive Compilation) Editors: Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr., André Sneidar (#4132) There are enormous amounts of prophecy that were given to Israel in the Hebrew Scriptures that are yet to be fulfilled. Most believers simply follow some version of Christendom’s eschatology, futilely attempting to force the enormity of Israel’s prophetic scene into a few extremely abridged time periods. From this shallow vantage point, it is believed that more time has passed in God’s ages than remains. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Multiplied millennia remain, more than have yet transpired, for the fulfillment of all the glorious plans that God has revealed in His Word. Far from being near the “end” of something prophetic, the span of God’s eonian plan is immense, and our placement is early on in its timeline. Much more of God’s prophetic program remains than man’s feeble eschatologies allow. The intention herein is to present an alternative view to the confusing message of the traditional Evangelical concept of prophecy, thus opening the door to a consideration of the idea of a Pre-millennial Kingdom as the fulfillment of many of God’s promise to Israel to have their kingdom in the Earth.

This book contains 87 chapters, with charts and appendices, from 22 authors. Taken together, they are a wonderful resolution to the confusion of the conventional religious theology that has muddled the minds of sincere Bible students for centuries. While we may live in the Secret Administration, that doesn’t necessarily mean that God’s Word regarding His plans for Israel must be a mystery to us. 1st Edition, A4 (8.3 x 11.7), 342 pages, paperback.

Jonathan Mitchell New Testament (#5059) 2019 Edition. This literal translation offers the reader multiple renderings of words, phrases and clauses. Each verse is in boldface, for one complete translation of the verse, with alternate readings presented parenthetically. It also provides interpretive paraphrase where the literal rendering of the Greek text seems awkward, or uncertain. 650 pages, paperback. $39.95
The God of All Comfort (#4101) Hannah Whitall Smith (1832–1911). Smith was the author of the famed A Christian’s Secret of a Happy Life, first published in 1875. She was an influential author of “higher life” and “holiness” movements. Her books have been published by dozens of publishers over the years. Remarkably, Smith would eventually come to see and embrace the salvation of all, with which came remarkable clarity in her ensuing works, with The God of All Comfort being the most noteworthy. This work offers many beautiful insights concerning God. This carefully edited and abridged edition should bring joy and encouragement to the hearts of many. 109 pages, paperback. $10.95
Etymological New Testament: An ultra literal translation of the Bible  (#9715) Translator: John Michael Wine. In this translation God is rendered “Placer.” Etymology is not meaning, but it provides fascinating information about the literal words of the Bible. Thus, the meaning of the Greek word adelphos is “brother,” but its etymology is “same-uterus,” from its two Greek components. The insights provided in this translation are thought provoking. 350 pages, paperback. $21.95
Things I Misunderstood (#4071) Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. Early on in his life and ministry, what the author knew and taught about the themes found in this book were simply what he had learned since childhood: traditional Evangelical Christian doctrine. However, in time he would come to see things quite differently. In this work he shares with the reader things that he had misunderstood, and after fifty years of personal Scripture study, what he now understands: realizations that have brought him great peace. This work covers Things I Misunderstood (#4071) … about God … about Salvation … about Christ’s Sacrificial Work … about the Rich Man & Lazarus, and … about Prophecy. 194 pages, paperback. $19.95
The Four Days of Scripture: A Compilation (#4033). The Bible speaks of four different days in the sense of long periods of time. Each one of these days marks a separate and distinct period of time. These are not meaningless expressions. They are: (1) “Man’s Day,” (2) “The Day of Christ,” (3) “The Day of the Lord,” and (4) “The Day of God.” The good workmen will identify the four days, and then “rightly divide” them (II Timothy 2:15). This is a composite work from seven authors: Tom L. Ballinger, Dr. Robert A. Hadden (1868-1939), David R. Hettema, Dr. C.E. McLain (1909-1990), Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr., W.B. Screws (1884-1961) and Otis Q. Sellers (1901-1992). 57 pages, paperback. $5.95
“The Body of Christ” or “The Church Which Is His Body”? A Compilation on the “One Body” of the Current Administration (#5276). In the Pentecost Administration, during the Acts period, there were many ecclesias, in the plural – “all the ecclesias” (Romans 16:4, 16; I Corinthians 7:17; 14:33; II Corinthians 8:18; 11:28, CV). Each of these ecclesias were, in and of themselves “the body of Christ” – an integrated “one body,” while today in the Secret Administration there is but one single ecclesia, in the singular – “the Ecclesia which is His Body” (Ephesians 2:22-23, CV). This ecclesia is universal and not local. This ecclesia of the Secret Administration has no bearing whatsoever on locality, and is of necessity the only “One Body” universal (Ephesians 4:4). This “One Body” of Ephesians and Colossians (Ephesians 2:16; 4:4; Colossians 3:15) is the Post-Acts “church,” of which Christ alone is Head (Ephesians 1:22-23; 4:15; 5:23; Colossians 1:24; 2:19). This is the only Ecclesia of the Secret Administration. This short compilation has works from three authors: Tom L. Ballinger, G.J. Pauptit (1889-1962), and Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. 49 pages, paperback. $5.95

Nathaniel Scarlett New Testament Translated by Nathaniel Scarlett (1753-1802); Associate Editors: James Creighton (1736–1819), William Vidler (1758-1816), John Cue. A “Universalist” translation. For details, see the work cited by Joseph E. Kirk (1903-1974) in the Bible Student’s Notebook #853, “The Triumph of Jesus Christ As Set Forth in the Nathaniel Scarlett Translation of the New Testament." Facsimile of the Original 1798 Edition.
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The Out-Resurrection: A Compilation on the Prior-Expectation of the Secret Administration (#3968). Ours is a prior, pre-expectant resurrection, not revealed before the Secret Administration. When Christ, Who is our life, is manifested on His throne (Colossians 3:4) at the right hand of God (Ephesians 1:20) in Glory, far above all Heavens (Ephesians 4:10; 1:21, i.e., in the Super-Heavens), then we, too, will be manifested (appear) with Him there. This work includes four authors: Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr., G.J. Pauptit (1889-1962), Tom L. Ballinger, Stanislas Van Mierlo (1888-1962). 57 pages, paperback. $5.95
Prehistoric Creatures: Chosen in Christ Before the Disruption of the World (#4040) by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. This is a brief look at our place in God’s plan: one that pre-dates “the disruption of the world” (Ephesians 1:4). 37 pages, paperback. $4.95
The Judgement Seat of Christ: An Impossible Judgment (#4057) by E.W. Bullinger (1837-1913) (along with Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. and David R. Hettema). What is the true meaning of the “Judgment Seat of Christ,”” and will the members of Christ’s One Body be a part of it? 32 pages, paperback. $3.95
Present-Day Israel: A Compilation (#3999). Is the present-day nation known as “Israel” really the restoration of God’s favored nation? A collection of works by four authors, including: Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. and Tom L. Ballinger. 59 pages, paperback. $7.95
The Supposed Lost Tribes of Israel: A Compilation Exposing British Israelism (#3982). Were some of the tribes of Israel ever really lost? Six works spanning over 125 years, by authors: A.A. Isaacs, Harold J. Berry, A.E. Knoch, Charles H. Welch, and Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. 108 pages, paperback. $10.95
The Seven Administrations - The Basic Dispensations of Scripture (#3838) by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. Throughout Scripture we are presented with various administrations. These administrations, sometimes called “dispensations,” or “economies,” are divine managements, stewardships, or households. They are the organization and implementation of a specific divine purpose. This is an introductory look at the seven basic administrations in Scripture. Grasping the overall scope of these will greatly assist us in understanding the Scriptures. Such an awareness of our place in the Divine plan can save us from much confusion, heartache, and despair. Extensive endnotes. Overview chart. 69 pages, paperback. $6.95

King Saul and the Witch of Endor: Did the Prophet Samuel Rise at Her Bidding? (#0027) by E.W. Bullinger (1837-1913). This is a short read yet full of intriguing and perhaps controversial ideas for you to consider. It also includes an appendix “The Witch of Endor,” by A.E. Knoch (1874-1965). 27 pages, paperback. $5.95
The Pleroma: Paul’s “Lost” Teaching (The Complement of Christ, of God, and of the Ages) – A Comprehensive Compilation (#3814). Ephesians and Colossians are the epistles of divine fulness, and one of the most profound Greek words used by Paul to characterize important aspects of the revelation surrounding the Secret Administration is plērōma (πλήρωμα). This groundbreaking work expounds on the pinnacle truths of the Plērōma, revealing depths of glory that few have ever contemplated or realized. A.E. Knoch (1874-1965) wrote: “Well-nigh lost is the dominating doctrine of the Plērōma or fullness.” Divine realization of the Plērōma will significantly transform one's understanding of God’s Word. This is a unique compilation of 22 authors, spanning over 100 years, with 24 chapters and 20 appendixes. 240 pages, paperback. $22.95
Our Calling in Christ (#3821) by Dr. Vincent W. Bennett (1903-1981). This rich study, encouraging and enlightening, is a brief survey of Paul’s glorious revelation found in Ephesians chapter 1 and a portion of chapter 2. Bennett, an Englishman who came out of the Dutch Reformed Church, was a graduate of Cliff College (Sheffield, England), Moody Bible Institute and McCormick Presbyterian Seminary (Chicago). He was an active Bible conference speaker, the Assistant to the President of Wheaton College, pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church, Waukegan. IL, Grace Tabernacle in Muskegon, Michigan (a few blocks from Harry Bultema who was at the Berean Church), and university pastor at John Brown University (Siloam Springs, Arkansas). 66 pages, paperback. $6.95
Hope (#3766) by Charles H. Welch (1880-1967). This short work helps to clear up the theme of “hope” found in Scripture, by both defining what it means, as well as looking into its dispensational aspect, related to Israel and the One Body. 54 pages, paperback. $5.95
In Christ (or, Our Union with the Lord) (#0026) by A.J. Gordon (1836-1895). This introductory work on the believers’ union “in Christ” is an abridgement of a work originally published in 1872. 32 pages, paperback. $3.95
Ephesians & Colossians:: Scripture for the Present Administration (#3807) by – Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. The Ephesians and Colossians epistles are the present truth for the current dispensation. Ephesians introduces the Secret Administration in which we live, while Colossians, its companion epistle, completes the Word of God. There are no other Secret Administration letters beyond Ephesians and Colossians. 62 pages, paperback. Check out this video book review! $7.95
Will We Escape Death? (#5016) by – Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. The plight of humanity is mortality and death. In every age the believer’s hope has always been resurrection from the dead and the glory which lays beyond. It was Satan who first introduced the idea, “Thou shalt not surely die.” So, what makes anyone think that Satan was right – that we are actually not going to die? What makes someone expect that, of all of the people who have ever lived before them, they will somehow be the ones who will escape death? The answer, in one word: tradition. 55 pages, paperback. Check out this video book review! $4.95
An Evening with Norman P. Grubb (#5246). This is a collection of 35 short excerpts from the writings of Norman Grubb (1895-1993), designed to be enjoyed in an evening. 52 pages, paperback. $4.95
Reader’s Question Box: A Compilation (Volume 1) (#3753). This is a collection of the first fifty questions and answers from the Bible Student’s Notebook feature by the same name. 191 pages, paperback. $16.95
A New Administration at the Close of Acts (#0661) by Adlai Loudy (1893-1984). God is conducting His affairs with mankind in an orderly series of dispensations and administrations. This study is a comparison of the Pentecostal and Readjustment Administrations, “in that era,” with the Secret Administration, which is “now,” revealing many irreconcilable differences which cannot be mixed without perverting the plain, unmistakable teaching of the Scriptures and causing untold confusion and spiritual loss. 38 pages, paperback. $4.95
“None Other Things” (#3761) by Charles H. Welch (1880-1967). This is a study of Acts 26:22: “Saying none other things than those which the prophets and Moses did say should come.” It demonstrates that Paul had two ministries and that the end of his first ministry and the beginning of his second was Acts 28. 84 pages, paperback. $9.95
The Acts Dispensation (#3762) by Otis Q. Sellers (1901-1992). A study of the unique dispensation that covered the Acts Period. 62 pages, paperback. $7.95
The Scripture for the Circumcision (#0022) by A.E. Knoch (1874-1965). A dispensational look at the Greek Scriptures that were written specifically to the Jews. 54 pages, paperback. $7.95

Exposé of the “Two Natures” (#0023) by A.E. Knoch (1874-1965). Long have believers labored under the false premise that within them resides “two natures.” This is a refreshing, liberating, scriptural investigation of the key subject. 42 pages, paperback. $5.95
Paul’s Early Epistles (#0024) by F.H. Robison (1885-1932). An important dispensational look at the place of Paul’s early epistles in the plan of God. This is taken from the pages of Robison’s classic work Are Bride and Body Identical?? 36 pages, paperback. $4.95
God’s Purpose in the Heavens (#3747) by John Essex (1907-1991). Much of Christianity has little understanding of God’s grand purpose of the Heavens. Essex unveils this divine objective. 38 pages, paperback. $3.95
Prayer Dispensationally Considered – A Compilation (#3777). Few subjects are as misunderstood as prayer. Why do so many of our prayers seemingly go ‘unanswered’? This vial collection of 16 authors and 26 works unravels the confusion surrounding prayer by simply “rightly dividing the Word of Truth” (II Timothy 2:15). Such a dispensational understanding can truly revolutionize one’s life. 100 pages, paperback. $10.95
“Christ Jesus” and “Jesus Christ” - Their Scriptural Distinction (A Short Compilation) (#3746). Most students of Scripture know nothing of the distinction between “Christ Jesus” and “Jesus Christ.” What an eye-opening discovery such a finding is! Authors include: E.W. Bullinger (1837-1913), A.E. Knoch (1874-1965) and Charles H. Welch (1880-1967). 32 pages, paperback. $4.95

“Pastors” – The Ascension Gifts, the Higher Powers of Romans 13, and the Secret Administration (#3760) by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. The modern role of “pastor” is not founded on Scripture, but instead is an institutional fabrication of Protestantism. The Ascension Gifts of Ephesians 4 were prophetically a part of Israel’s Old Testament promises. The “higher powers” of Romans 13 were not a reference to civil authorities, but rather the spiritual rulers over the Acts-Period churches. Since Acts 28 (the dispensational boundary line) the “powers that be” have been withdrawn. Under the current Secret Administration all of these “gifts” are inoperative. The One Body has no flesh-and-blood rulers. We are to be submissive only to our Head: the Lord Jesus Christ. To Him alone do we owe our allegiance. 75 pages, paperback. $8.95

Divine GloryDivine Glory Brought to View in the Final Salvation of All Men. 38 pages, paperback. $3.95
The Hope of Paul’s Acts Epistles (#0025) by Tom L. Ballinger. A brief consideration of the believers’ hope as recorded in the epistles of Paul written during the Acts Period. 38 pages, paperback. $4.95
The Transfiguration: A Compilation (#3708). A helpful compilation of three studies on the meaning of “the Mount of Transfiguration,” by E.W. Bullinger, M. Thomas Wark, and Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. 38 pages, paperback. $3.95
The Unpardonable Sin: A Compilation (#3685). Is there really such a thing as an "Unpardonable Sin?" Is there any sin that will never be forgiven? This is a compilation work of liberation and right division from five authors: A.E. Knoch, H.W. Martin, M. Jaegle, J.W. Williams and Phillip Garrison. 70 pages, paperback. $9.95
The New Covenant: A Compilation (#3692). What is the New Covenant? Who is this this covenant made with? Are believer’s today under this covenant? This work is a compilation from four dispensational authors: C.E. McLain, J. Eustace Mills, Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr., and Ed Stevens. 83 pages, paperback. $9.95
The Disruption of the World: A Compilation (#3715). A broad study of the crucial, but all-too-often overlooked teaching of Scripture of the events between Genesis 1:1 and Genesis 1:2. Sometimes known as “The Gap,” The Overthrow,” or “The Disruption,” this key event in God’s ages lays the important foundation for the ministry of Paul, the Apostle. This critical compilation of 13 chapters from 8 authors will be an essential part of a Bible student’s library. Authors include: E.W. Bullinger, A.E. Knoch, Edward Clayton, and John Essex. 148 pages, paperback. $14.95
The Absolute Despotism of Grace: A Compilation (#3739). This work consists of 25 chapters, by 16 authors, spanning over 135 years, expounding on the marvelous, powerful reign of God’s grace in our day. 146 pages, paperback. $12.95
Religious Traditions and Creeds: A Compilation (#3722). The great enemy of truth is religious traditions and creeds: “Making the Word of God of none effect through your tradition” (Mark 7:13). This exposé is a compilation of 31 chapters, from 21 authors, and spans 130 years. 164 pages, paperback. $14.95
More Daily Goodies: 365 Thoughts on Scriptural Truths (#3364) by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. A great resource for personal and family study, as well as a valuable reference volume covering many varied biblical themes. This is a collection of choice selections from the author’s Daily Email Goodies. 392 pages, paperback. $19.95
Affliction, Trials and Suffering: A Comprehensive Compilation (#4026). Why do we suffer? What is its purpose? These 72 chapters are a detailed look into suffering by 36 authors, saints spanning over 400 hundred years, who knew not only what it meant to endure afflictions and trials, but also the divine purpose of suffering. Second Edition (2023). 347 pages.
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The Uniqueness of Our Calling (#6006) by William B. Hallman (1902-1985). There are three Greek words which form the basis for this study: the word oikonomia – translated “dispensation” or “administration,” the word musterion – rendered “mystery” or “secret,” and the word ekklesia – often put as “church”” or “assembly.” Upon this basis the author considers Paul’s two ministries (those before and after Acts 28), as well as a careful look at the present administration, with its unique destiny. 51 pages, paperback. $6.95
Vladimir Michael Gelesnoff (1877-1921): In Memoriam (#5603) by A.E. Knoch (1874-1965), et al. This is a crucial historical account of one of true unsung heroes of the re-discovery of Scripture truth. Gelesnoff was a true pioneer in themes of the Universal Reconciliation, as well as those of the Secret Administration. One of the rare exceptions of “not many wise … not many noble” (I Corinthians 1:26), he was of British and Italian aristocratic, as well as Russian nobility. 54 pages, paperback. $9.95
Paul’s Priestly Ministry: A Compilation (#7003). Prior to the revelation of the present Secret Administration found in Ephesians and Colossians, Paul’s ministry was a prophetic light “to the Gentiles” (Acts 13:47), under the auspices of Israel (Isaiah 49:6), “acting as a priest” (Romans 15:15-16, CV). During his earlier ministry, by his own admission, his teaching was limited to what “the prophets and Moses did say should come” (Acts 26:22), proclaiming “the hope of Israel” (Acts 28:20). This vital key is crucial to the proper understanding of the epistles which Paul wrote prior to Ephesians, letters which were “out of an installment” (I Corinthians 13:9-10, 12, CV). This is a collection of eight important articles, by four authors: Vladimir Gelesnoff (1877-1921), A.E. Knoch (1874-1965), Adlai Loudy (1893-1984), and Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. 58 pages, paperback. $8.95
Thoughts from the Heart of an Itinerant Wayfarer (#5252) by André Sneidar. This is a unique collection of 31 articles from André Sneidar, Executive Editor of Bible Student’s Press and Bible Student’s Notebook. Since 1988 he has closely co-labored with Clyde Pilkington in a multifaceted ministry. Expanded 2nd edition with 13 additional chapters. 185 pages, paperback. $14.95
The Writings of W.B. Screws (1984-1961) (#3586). Screws, of Glennville, GA, a former Primitive Baptist pastor, was an able advocate of the Pauline gospel and staunch defender of the ultimate salvation of all mankind. He had an extensive teaching ministry that was concentrated, but not limited to, the southeastern United States. He was also the longtime editor of the monthly periodical, The Pilgrim’s Messenger. An associate of A.E. Knoch (1874-1965) he conducted a regular circuit ministry throughout Georgia and South Carolina. He co-labored regionally with many brothers including W.H. Bundy (1881-1952). He taught in Bible conferences as far away as San Antonio, TX, and El Centro, Oakland and Los Angeles, CA. -- 74 pages, paperback. $9.95
Best of J.R. Miller - Vol. 2 (#9007) by James Russell Miller (March 20, 1840 – July 2, 1912). A prolific author, Miller was born of Irish/Scottish descent to James Alexander Miller and Eleanor Creswell, near Frankfort Springs, Beaver County, PA. He was a graduate of Westminster College (New Wilmington, PA) Allegheny Theological Seminary (Allegheny, PA). Miller pastored churches in New Wilmington, PA, Philadelphia, PA, and Rock Island, IL; and was the author of over 60 published books, as well as countless booklets and pamphlets; and also served as supervisor of over two dozen periodicals with a combined annual circulation of over 66 million copies at the time of his death. 83 pages, paperback, $9.95
An Evening with T. Austin-Sparks (#5245). This is a collection of 34 short excerpts from the writings of T.A.S. designed to be enjoyed in an evening. 52 pages, paperback. $4.95
Daily Gleanings – 2: 365 Selections on Scriptural Truths (#3630). Editor: Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. This second volume contains treasured gleanings from some 170 different authors. It has a title, author and Scripture index. 190 pages, paperback. $16.95


We Call Him “Father” (#3609) by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. “One God and Father of all, Who is over all and through all and in all” (Ephesians 4:6, Concordant Version). Jesus Christ came to reveal God’s true identity and nature as “Father.” This was an advanced revelation concerning God, super-abounding that of any previous one. With radical boldness Christ called Him “Father,” and Paul pressed this glorious truth to its grand ultimate, that God was the “Father of all.” 31 chapters, 21 appendixes. Second Edition (2023), 276 pages, paperback. $19.95
The Mystery Ministry of Paul (#3593) by Russell H. Schaefer (1919-1999). This book takes a look at the “Mystery” ministry of Paul as revealed in his letters of Ephesians and Colossians. It surveys this teaching as well as its relationship with the rest of his epistles. 80 pages, paperback. $9.95

Mars’ Hill - A Study on Acts 17 (#3371). by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. Even among those who place a great emphasis on Paul, with his unique apostleship and message, there is an amazing neglect of one of his most outstanding messages found in the Book of Acts: his message given on Mars’ Hill. The content of his message to this group of unbelieving pagans has been overlooked for far too long. These words of Paul contain a very rich message. Preserved in the Scriptures, we know that it not only was a challenge to the pagans of Athens but that it will prove to be a challenge to the members of Christ’s Body as well. 66 pages, paperback. $6.95


Sonship: (A Comprehensive Compilation) (#3326). The Romans 9 “sonship” is the exclusive prerogative of “Israel according to the flesh,” the Galatians 4 “sonship” extends to the spiritual seed of Abraham who are not “after the flesh” (:23), but was associated with “Jerusalem which is above” (:26). However, the Ephesians “sonship” has no relationship whatsoever to Abraham or Israel. It has no connection with the promises made unto the fathers, it is not founded on an earthly inheritance (allotment). The Ephesians “sonship” extends back before the disruption of the world, and extends “far above” all heavens. These three “sonship” correspond to the three distinct spheres of blessing. This book contains 14 works from 10 authors, spanning 100 years. Authors include: Tom Ballinger, John H. Essex (1907-1991), M. Jaegle, A.E. Knoch (1874-1965), Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr., George L. Rogers (1869-1947), Russell H. Schaefer (1919-1999), C. R. Stam (1909-2003) and Charles H. Welch (1880-1967). 102 pages, paperback. $9.95

The Man Christ Jesus: His Birth, Life, Nature, Faith, Suffering and Glory (A Comprehensive Compilation) (#3332). This book contains 24 authors and 74 works spanning 130 years. Authors include: Arthur P. Adams (1845-1925), William W. Bentley, Jr., William Tucker Broad (1860-1923), Leon A. Bynoe (1895-1983), E.W. Bullinger (1837-1913), E.H. Clayton (1887-1972), John H. Essex (1907-1991), William B. Hallman (1903-1973), Joseph Edwin Hartill (1909-1981), A.E. Knoch (1874-1965), Adlai Loudy (1893-1984), William Mealand (1873-1957), Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr., Frank Neil Pohorlak (1907-1988), André Sneidar, E. Al Stahl (1926-2011) and Charles H. Welch (1888-1967). 430 pages, paperback. $19.95


The Comfort and Encouragement of Hope: (A Comprehensive Compilation) (#3258). 46 works, 21 authors, spanning over 100 years. The authors of this reassuring work includes: Tom L. Ballinger, Cecil J. Blay (1906-1976), E.W. Bullinger (1837-1913), Edward H. Clayton (1887-1972), Dr. Edgar Gerald Jones (1894-1974), Joseph E. Kirk (1903-1974), A.E. Knoch (1874-1965), J.C. O’Hair (1876-1958), C.H. Mackintosh (1820-1896), George Matheson (1842-1906), J.R. Miller (1840-1912), Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr., Frank N. Pohorlak (1907-1988), Theodore Joseph Silva (1909-1974), Tony Smith, André Sneidar, and Dean Wilkinson. 240 pages, paperback. $19.95
The Ages: (A Comprehensive Compilation) (#3241). To know and understand “the ages” is to embrace God’s design from beginning to end. 21 works, 14 authors, spanning over 100 years. This vital work’s authors include: Arthur P. Adams (1847-1920),Thomas Allin (1838-1909), Leon A. Bynoe, (1895-1983), Edward Henry Clayton (1887-1972), E. Lynwood Crystal (1872-1946), John Dokas, Bob Evely, Joseph E. Kirk (1904-1974), A.E. Knoch (1874-1965), G. Campbell Morgan (1863-1945), Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr., Frank Neil Pohorlak (1907-1988), André Sneidar, Alexander Thomson (1889-1966). 210 pages, paperback. $19.95
The Faith of Christ: (A Compilation) (#3265). Here is a subject worthy of our careful consideration. It is crucial to our spiritual well-being, since it is vitally joined to our redemption and deliverance which are to be found in the Lord Jesus Christ. “The faith of Jesus Christ” is unwittingly denied by sincere and well-meaning believers. After having been well-grounded in this subject as it is revealed in His Word and reflected in this study, may we no longer be found in that rapidly growing company of believers who are unenlightened because they are uninstructed. Author’s include: E.H. Clayton (1887-1972), A.E. Knoch (1874-1965), Adlai Loudy (1893-1984), and Frank Neil Pohorlak (1907-1988). 52 pages, paperback. $5.95
The Divine Activation of Faith and the Myth of Free Will  (#3289) by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. What is faith? Who is a believer? Is faith a matter of human choice, or is it a gift from God? Do those who have faith understand and believe everything correctly? Or, do they experience areas or degrees of unbelief? Can one be weak or strong in faith? Is there room in faith for growth? These are among the important questions that are considered in this work. 72 pages, paperback. $9.95
Death, the Intermediate State and the Resurrection: A Comprehensive Compilation (#3234). Are you afraid of death or “hell”? Well, you needn’t be. After all, Christ has the keys to both of them. 38 works, 13 authors, spanning over 100 years. Authors include: Arthur P. Adams (1847-1925), Cecil J. Blay (1906-1976), E.W. Bullinger (1837-1913), Joseph E. Kirk (1903-1974), A.E. Knoch (1874-1965), Aaron Locker, Adlai Loudy (1893-1984), Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr., Charles H. Pridgeon (1863-1932), William B. Screws (1884-1961) and André Sneidar. 268 pages, paperback. $19.95
The Personal Study Journal (#1217). With 768 lined pages, 30# paper, this Bible-looking journal is great for taking study notes. It is 8.75"×6"×1" and is bound in a stylish black leather cover with silver gilding. $39.95


The Fallacy of Post Mortem Punishment in Light of a Successful Savior (#3227) by Mike Owens. This is a summary of the biblical, logical and philosophical reasons by which the author has abandoned the notion of hell or punishment after death. God is an all-powerful God of love Who knows how to win hearts and minds. To assume that He needs to use physical or psychological pain in order to gain the admiration, love or loyalty of His creatures is an insult to His sovereignty and wisdom. Like Thomas and Paul – who came to believe by something they saw and experienced, not by faith – everyone, even the Hitlers and Stalins of this world, will experience PRA – Post Resurrection Amazement. 48 pages, paperback. $4.95
God’s Revealed Purpose (#3166) by Henry William Fry (1848-1938). H.W. Fry was an associate of E.W. Bullinger and A.E. Knoch and contributor to Things to Come and Unsearchable Riches magazine. His many works included God’s Plan in the Bible. He was a grandson of Elizabeth Fry, the Quaker prison reformer. He was also an intimate friend of the Salvation Army’s founders, William and Catherine Booth. It is said that it was largely owing to Fry’s influence that the Salvation Army would not observe baptism and the Lord’s Supper. This book shows that in introducing sin and evil into the universe, God was giving the greatest proof of His wisdom, love and goodness. Chapters include: 1. God’s Revealed Purpose; 2. The Three Spheres; 3. Pentecost; 4. Biographical Sketch. 56 pages, paperback. $7.95
The Eonian Times: or, God's Purpose of the Eons or Ages (#3159) by Leon A. Bynoe. Contents: 1. The Eonian Times, 2. God ALL in All, 3. The Way of Salvation, 4. Leon A. Bynoe Biography, 5. Leon A. Bynoe Obituary. 54 pages, facsimile paperback. $6.95
An Analytical Study of Words (#0622) by Louis Abbott (1915-1996). This in-depth study on various words that have been translated as “eternal,” “everlasting,” “judgment,” “hell” etc., has proved to be an invaluable study tool for many. After leaving his pastorate Abbott gave much of his life to studying Greek and Hebrew, ranging from ancient manuscripts to modern scholarship. Louis, who studied the Greek New Testament for 50 years, spent his lifetime gathering this treasure-trove of information, which is now made available to the world. 78 pages, facsimile paperback. $9.95
The Dispensational Writings of William Tucker Broad (#3173) by W.T. Broad (1860-1923). Professor Broad was an associate of Dr. E.W. Bullinger, contributor to Things to Come magazine, and assisted him in preparing the Companion Bible. He was an Oxford graduate who had a long teaching career. He helped start and was a staff member at Mt. Royal College. Broad specialized in Bible studies and was one of the translators of the Twentieth Century New Testament and contributor to The Open English Bible. He lived and ministered in England, Allentown, PA, and British Columbia, Canada. Book Chapters: 1. The Social Legislation of the Law, 2. Our Lord’s Earthly Ministry, 3. The Coming Kingdom, 4. Broad’s Biography, 5. Broad’s Obituary. 54 pages, facsimile paperback. $8.95
Was Jesus Christ Alive Before His Life on Earth Began? A Critical Look at the Supposed Preexistence of Christ (#3142) by Aaron Welch. Paul was exact in his statement that “there is one God, the Father … and one Lord, Jesus Christ” (I Corinthians 8:6, Concordant). The only absolute God is the Father, and He has no equals. The Lord Jesus Christ is a part of His creation; the Spirit is an expression meaning God’s spirit. This exceptional work embraces the truth of “the man Christ Jesus” (I Timothy 2:5), exposing the traditional orthodox position known as the “pre-existence of Christ,” a creed vitally connected with Christendom’s teaching of the Trinity. The “pre-existence of Christ” does great dishonor to both the Father and His Son, diminishing the true glory that belong uniquely to each. 180 pages, paperback. $14.95



The Undoing of Adam (and the Approach Present of God) (#5313) by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. Christ is greater than Adam, undoing what Adam did. In fact, Christ’s work at Calvary is greater than Adam’s fall. All of God’s creation will be gloriously saved by the successful work of “the Savior of the world” (John 4:42). Salvation is not dependent on us at all; it is all about Christ and His work alone. Paul taught that the exact same “all” who are condemned in Adam are the exact same “all” who are justified in Christ (Romans 5:18), and that the exact same “all” who die in Adam are the exact same “all” who are “made alive” in Christ (I Corinthians 15:22). Christianity has an Adam who is greater than Christ; however, it is Christ Who is greater than Adam. A note concerning the cover: We wanted a cover that would immediately convey the theme of the book’s content, choosing to go with a traditional “cross” scene to express the work of Christ at Calvary. Yet Christ did not die on a “cross,” but was nailed to a simple “stake.” An explanation is provided in the appendix. 98 pages, paperback. $9.95



The Administration of the Secret (A Comprehensive Compilation). The Secret Administration, revealed through Ephesians and Colossians, is characterized and empowered by the dispensation of transcendent grace (Ephesians 1:7; 2:7; 3:2). Now, believing Gentiles are “no longer guests and sojourners” as they were in the Pentecostal and Readjustment Administrations, but are “fellow-citizens of the saints and members of God’s family”
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Water Baptism (#2909). This compilation work answers the question as to whether or not water baptism is a part of this current dispensation. Ten chapters from the following authors: Oscar M. Baker, Denis Durham, Stephen Hill, Richard Jordan, R.H. Lampkin, Kenneth J. Morgan, Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr., Ike T. Sidebottom. 108 pages, paperback. $9.95
The Curse of Coniah and Christ’s Genealogy.  The virgin birth of our Lord, Jesus Christ, was an absolute necessity, judging from the genealogies. At first glance the opposite seems to be the logical deduction. Why should His descent be traced back to David and Abraham unless He was their natural Heir? Why go back to Adam unless He had a perfect pedigree? Authors include: John Cale, Joseph Hartill, A.E. Knoch and Fred Meldau. 76 pages.
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The Body of Christ: Its Unity from Conception to Consummation, This is a significant compilation of 18 authors, 69 works, spanning over a century. Author’s include: Arthur P. Adams, Daniel Andersen, E.W. Bullinger, Alan Burns, Edward Clayton, F.W. Davis, John Essex, Stephen Hill, A.E. Knoch, E.A. Larsen, Aaron Locker, William Mealand, J.R. Miller, Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr., Frank Neil Pohorlak, Alan Reid and William B. Screws. 354 pages.
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The Works of William Mealand (1873-1957) Mealand of England is best remembered for his prolific devotional series which appeared in Unsearchable Riches for more than two decades, which are the basis of this collection. He was also a conference speaker at the United Gatherings held in England. A faithful co-labor with A.E. Knoch and a compiler of the Concordant Version. 462 pages, facsimile.
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The Writings of M. Jaegle (#3050) Jaegle was an esteemed German associate of A.E. Knoch and contributor to the periodicals Unsearchable Riches and Unausforschlcher Reichtum. 476 pages, facsimile paperback. $23.95
The Creation of Evil, Sin and Satan: A Compilation (#2954). The truth laid forth in this work should help us greatly in our dealings others, especially those who have failed in some way which may bring dishonor on His Name, or cannot accept His truth, or even oppose it and us, especially mature teachings such as is put forth in the pages of this book. It contains 19 authors, 49 works, spanning 150 years. Authors include: Arthur P. Adams, E.W. Bullinger, Alan Burns, Edward Clayton, John Essex, H.W. Fry, Vladimir Gelesnoff, Norman P. Grubb, Donald G. Hayter, A.E. Knoch, William Mealand, André Piet, Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr., Ray Van Dyke, William H. Walker, and James Webb. 302 pages, paperback. $19.95
The Sacred Scrolls of the Scriptures (#3005) by A.E. Knoch (1874-1965). This treats briefly the books of the Scriptures in their relation to one another. Such a simple presentation of the correct apportionment of the truth will be helpful in reaching those who have never considered the importance of this subject. 104 pages, facsimile paperback. $10.95
God’s Administrations (#2978) by Adlai Loudy (1893-1984). A look at the administrations of Scripture. 54 pages, facsimile paperback. $6.95
The Place of the Ecclesia in God’s Purpose (#2961) John H. Essex (1907-1991). That the ecclesia has been assigned a very important role in the purpose of God. Clearly it should be profitable for us to examine in detail what this role. This is the aim of thease studies. 72 pages, facsimile paperback. $9.95
Studies in Genesis (#2893) by A.E. Knoch (1874-1965). A dispensational consideration of the first book of the Hebrew Scriptures. 668 pages, facsimile paperback. $29.95
The Divine Reconciliation of the Universe: A Comprehensive Compilation (#2947) This work does not contend for a mere doctrine; its authors are championing the revealed character of God. The gloomy cloud of theology has obscured Him from us for far too long. Tradition’s chilling mists have cooled our enjoyment of His power, wisdom and grace. Religions have libeled His name, repelling the instinctive responses of our heart. Christianity has left us unable to defend His honor in the presence of His enemies. Now all of this is gone and we are able to vindicate Him in all His ways before all His creatures! – Adapted from the Preface

This ultimate collection of 110 works by 46 authors spans nearly 200 years. It is an extensive compilation that is essential for every library. Authors include: Arthur P. Adams, Thomas Allin, Alan Burns, E.H. Clayton, Bob Evely, Phillip Garrison, Vladimir Gelesnoff, J.W. Hanson, Joseph E. Kirk, A.E. Knoch, Arthur C. Lamb, Aaron Locker, Adlai Loudy, Andrew Maclarty, R.B. Macnab, Erasmus Manford, H.W. Martin, Robert McLaurine, Robert McMahon, William Mealand, André Piet, Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr., Frank Neil Pohorlak, George W. Quinby, William C. Rebmann, F.H. Robison, A.E. Saxby, Hannah Whitall Smith, André Sneidar, James Strahan, E.F. Stroeter, Thomas Talbott, Ray Van Dyke, and Peter Woodhouse. 640 pages, paperback.

The Lord’s Supper: A Compilation (#2916) A dispensational consideration of whether or not the Lord’s Supper is necessary for today. Authors include Bert W. Hallman, John H. Kessler, Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr., R.B. Shiflet, Ike T. Sidebottom, and Charles H. Welch. 70 pages, paperback. $9.95


Paul the Apostle: His Acts and Post-Acts Ministries (A Comprehensive Compilation) (#2749). This ultimate dispensational collection of 97 works by 28 authors spans over 130 years. It is an extensive reference work that is essential for every library. Authors include: Sir Robert Anderson, Oscar Baker, A.E. Bishop, Robert C. Brock, E.W. Bullinger, J.J.B. Coles, E.H. Clayton, Vladimir Gelesnoff, Stephen Hill, Richard Holden, M. Jaegle, Win Johnson, A.E. Knoch, Adlai Loudy, William Mealand, D.L. McCroskey, William R. Newell, Alan Reid, Danny Russino, John D. LaVier, Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr., Frank Neil Pohorlak, A.A. Sandoz, R.B. Shiflet and Charles H. Welch. 624 pages, paperback. $29.95

The New Birth: A Compilation (#2923) by Richard Jordan, A.E. Knoch, Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr., Howard Bunce, Edward Clayton, John Essex.  “Born Again” and “The New Birth” are among the many popular terms used by many believers. Although these terms are used by many dear brothers as being synonymous with salvation, they in fact have a very limited application, being used for the nation of Israel, and therefore are not “present truth” for the Body of Christ. 48 pages, paperback. $6.95
The Present Truth Concerning Sign Gifts: A Comprehensive Compilation (#2930) 11 authors, 18 chapters, spanning nearly 150 years. Authors include A.E. Bishop, Robert C. Brock, E.W. Bullinger, Duane Gallentine, Win Johnson, Richard Jordan, A.E. Knoch, John LaVier, D.L. McCroskey, Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr., and André Sneidar. 136 pages, paperback. $12.95

The Third Heaven - Our Celestial Destiny: A Comprehensive Compilation. (#2855) 11 authors, 31 chapters. Author’s include: Arthur P. Adams, Oscar M. Baker, John H. Essex, Vladimir Gelesnoff, Donald G. Hayter, A.E. Knoch, William Mealand, Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr., Frank Neil Pohorlak, and Charles H. Welch. 212 pages, paperback. $19.95

The Three Spheres of Glory: A Compilation (#2817) Very few know and understand the three spheres of age-abiding (or eonian) glory that belong to the three distinct classes of saints. For the first time this crucial compilation brings together five groundbreaking works from 3 valued authors of the past: Dr. E.W. Bullinger (1837-1913) Henry William Fry (1848-1939) Charles H. Welch (1880-1967). 80 pages, facsimile paperback. $9.95
Studies in Philippians (#2756) by A.E. Knoch (1874-1965). “Philippians, almost more than any other epistle, must be considered as a unit. Its truth is so little known or practiced, and so distinctive in character, that a passage outside its context, or severed from the main theme, may suggest a thought quite contradictory to its message.” – Knoch. 116 pages, facsimile paperback. $11.95
His Grandest Glories: Studies in Colossians (#2497) by A.E. Knoch (1874-1965). Christ and His highest honors come before us in Colossians, even as the saints and their celestial blessings are the theme of Ephesians. There the transcendent truths of the present secret administration were set forth as they affect the believers among the nations, who become peers of an election out of Israel in spiritual, supernal dignities. Here these tremendous truths are a halo on the brow of Christ. His glories as the Messiah of Israel on the earth are magnified to universal dimensions. All is created in Him in the beginning, and all is reconciled in Him at the consummation. 114 pages, facsimile paperback. $11.95
Rooted and Grounded in Love: Studies in Ephesians (#2442) by A.E. Knoch (1874-1965). A detailed, dispensational study of the pinnacle of Paul’s revelation. 380 Pages, facsimile paperback. $19.95
God 101 (Back to Basics) (#2527) by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. Sadly, there are some who would teach of a god who somehow does not know all things, is not all powerful, is not sovereign, and is always changing his mind. This may be a god of religion, but it is not the God of Scripture. This work goes back to the basics, back to a scriptural foundation of the True and Living God. 70 pages, paperback. $4.95
Prophetic Obsession in an Unprophesied Administration (#2398). A Collection of Works Concerning the Nature of Unfulfilled Prophecy. List of authors contained in this work are: Sir Robert Anderson (1841-1918) Cecil J. Blay (1906-1976) A.E. Knoch (1874-1965) J. Vernon McGee (1904-1988) Andrew Miller (1810-1883) Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727) Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr., and Otis Q. Sellers (1901-1992) C.R. Stam (1909-2003). 62 pages, paperback. $7.95
The Absolute Sovereignty of God (#2435). The is a comprehensive compilation. This quintessential book victoriously celebrates and convincingly proclaims the absolute sovereignty of God. Sadly, religion has veiled the truth of the God of the Bible, making Him either an aloof deity, indifferent to the condition of the creation, or one who is at the worst cruel or at the least unloving and uncaring. Yet the loving Deity of Sacred Scripture always has had and will have sole and complete control over His entire creation. This ultimate collection of 100 works by 34 authors spans nearly 175 years. It is an extensive reference work that is essential for every library. 478 pages, paperback. $19.95
Ultimate Liberation:  Beyond Forgiveness (The Justification from and of Sin) (#2510) by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. Many people labor under a heavy weight of guilt and shame. The answer is to be found only in the total provision that God Himself has already provided! 60 pages, paperback. $4.95
The Sin of Sectarianism (#2473) by Jack W. Langford. This is a unique collection of quotations from some of the world’s most respected preachers about this great carnality of Christendom. It is sincerely dedicated to those of you who, as professing Christians, have chosen to fellowship within the fraternity of manmade denominationalism. We hope that you will appreciate what your very own preachers have so clearly, eloquently and forcibly stated to be the truth regarding this sinful condition of sectarian institutions. 84 pages, facsimile paperback. $9.95 


How Eternity Slipped In: Or, Whence Eternity? (#2404) Alexander Thomson (1889-1966). The inspired Scriptures never speak of “eternity.” They describe nothing as eternal. They contain no term which in itself bears our time sense of “everlasting.” As eternity is not a subject of revelation, our present object is to discover how and when this unscriptural term gained entrance into theology with most disastrous results. As this is really a historical investigation, it will be necessary to allude to a considerable number of historical events, and to quote from a number of by-gone translators and their versions. It is hoped that such a study, along with an examination of various primitive words dealing with time, will dispel any doubts in the minds of those who do not feel thoroughly assured regarding the use of the word eonian in place of eternal. 58 pages, paperback. $7.95
Messiah in Both Testaments (#2459) Dr. Fred John Meldau (1899-1969). The most amazing drama that ever was presented to the mind of man – a drama written in prophecy in the Old Testament and in biography in the four Gospels – is the narrative of Jesus Christ. This outstanding reference work addresses all the major Scriptures in the Old Testament that foretell of the coming Messiah, as well as the fulfillment of those prophecies in the New Testament. It is a fantastic summary of specific, detailed prophecies made about the coming Messiah, and how they were fulfilled in a specific, detailed way in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth, hundreds of years after they were first given. It will provide insight as to how the Scriptures have successfully withstood so many assaults against its veracity over the centuries. 96 pages, paperback. $9.95
The Great Question: Will God Redeem His Own Creation? (#1810) G.E. (Gustavus Emanuel) Hiller (1852-1939). Hiller was an associate of A.E. Knoch and the editor of The Promise magazine that eventually merged with the Unsearchable Riches in 1924. German born, he pastored German Methodist churches in Minneapolis, Toledo, Covington and Louisville, finishing his long ministry outside of the church-system in Indianapolis (among a fellowship rotating in homes, affectionately known as The Berean Circle). 292 pages, facsimile paperback. $20.95
God’s Rules for Scriptural Interpretation: Man’s Place in God’s Purpose (#1865) Charles J. Peart (1896-1989). The purpose of this work is twofold; to endeavor to get believers to see where we belong in the purpose of God today, and to expose unsound unscriptural teachings, which are keeping believers from learning where we belong in the purpose of God now. Peart was an active associate of A.E. Knoch. In addition to being a conference speaker, he conducting resident ministry in Los Angeles, Berkeley, Oakland, San Francisco, Novato, Sacramento, and Auburn CA. He also spearheaded the placement of a Concordant Version in every public library in CA. 194 pages, facsimile paperback. $17.95
The Purpose of God’s Will (#1254) Guy Marks (1899-1989). 350 pages, facsimile paperback. $22.95
Studies in Acts (#1704) H.W. (Herman William) Martin (1883-1959). One of the least understood books in the Scriptures is the Book of Acts. It is usually treated as a history of the early “church,” but the Body of Christ is not the subject of that book. What then is the Book of Acts? Such is the subject of this work from an associate of A.E. Knoch. This extensive series ran for a decade in the Unsearchable Riches (1921-1931). Knoch’s longstanding desire was that this series appear in book form. Granting his desire, these many decades later, we’re pleased to present this facsimile publishing of this lengthy series as a book. 48 chapters. 502 pages, facsimile paperback. $24.95
The Simple Story of the Universe: Revealing the Reasons for Everything (#1728) William W. Bentley, Jr. (1911-1988). “The title is a fitting one for this overview of God’s plan of the ages. Certain events of history, as well as of the future, have been selected and described in a series of short scenes.” – Unsearchable Riches. 90 pages, facsimile paperback. $9.95
The Tracts of Joseph E. Kirk (#1599) Joseph E. Kirk. Kirk was gifted at condensing Scripture truths into short understandable presentations. This is a collection of his widely circulated tracts. They are great learning tools of truth. 94 pages, facsimile paperback. $9.95


The Writings of Alan Burns (#1711). Alan Burns was born 1884 in Philadelphia, PA, but spent his youth in Ireland, where he was associated with the Salvation Army and the Plymouth Brethren. At about twenty-one years of age he went to New York City. Being, an earnest seeker after truth and a student of the Scriptures, he became interested in the teaching of Dr. E.W. Bullinger (1837-1913), and was strongly attracted to Vladimir Gelesnoff (1877-1921), when he began his ministry in New York. Gelesnoff considered him the best gospel preacher he had ever heard. With the help of a few friends, who did the printing, Burns started Grace and Glory, a little magazine which gave promise of much good. For lack of support, it languished and soon ceased, to be followed, not long afterwards, by Unsearchable Riches, which virtually took its place. Burns became a valued contributor to the earlier volumes of Unsearchable Riches. The logical and powerful introductory articles in A.E. Knoch’s (1874-1965) book All in All were written by him. 318 pages, paperback. $19.95
Bible Harmony: A Study of the Bible as a Whole (1162) by A.P. Adams (1847-1920). This is Adams’ premiere work and most lasting legacy. Based largely upon his periodical The Spirit of the Word it also serves as the basis of some of his smaller works. 334 pages, facsimile paperback. $21.95
The Spirit of the Word: Volume 1, Issues 1-12 (1885-1886) (#1216) by Arthur P. Adams (1847-1920). The original periodical format necessitated that some articles started in one issue and continued in another. In this edition, for the ease of the reader, these articles have been merged together for continued flow. This is the original work from which many of Adam’s other works were taken.308 pages, paperback. $19.95  
Christ Victorious Over All - 1921 (#1261) by Joseph Sturge Johnston (1843-1933). Johnston was an associate of A.E. Knoch and George Rogers. “Johnson has given us a volume of studies on eschatology which denies the orthodox theory of ‘Satan Victorious over the Majority’ and seeks to place the crown of universal conquest on the head of Christ, where it rightfully belongs. … This work must be classed among those which really prove the great truth of the ultimate victory of Christ over all evil. … Marked by an uncompromising loyalty to what he recognized as truth … [he was] long recognized as a gifted teacher of God's holy Word. … He taught Bible classes in Chicago and Pasadena for many years.” Unsearchable Riches. 236 pages, facsimile paperback. $19.95
Paul’s Five Ministries (#1247) by Adlai Loudy (1893-1984). 84 pages, facsimile paperback. $9.95
ScriptuResearch Study Sheets (#1186) by Frank Neil Pohorlak (1907-1988). This is a wonderful collection of valuable study handouts from Dr. Pohorlak’s Bible classes. 350 pages, facsimile paperback. $29.95
It is Written: Meditations Upon the Sacred Scriptures (#1063) by Cecil J. Blay (1906-1976) “We feel certain that you would find these meditations helpful as well as useful to give out to others. It consists of twenty-two edifying messages pointing to the power of the Scriptures as the sword of the spirit. Devotional material has been in the past somewhat lacking in our literature. ” – Unsearchable Riches. Blay was a British associate of A.E. Knoch. He was co-editor with Melvin E. Johnson of the periodical Treasures of Truth. 130 pages, facsimile paperback. $12.95
Some Writings of F.H. Robison (#1148) by Fredrik Homer Robison (1885-1932). Robison, also the author of the work Are the Bride and the Body Identical? was a faithful associate of A.E. Knoch and George Rogers. 130 pages, facsimile paperback. $12.95
Select Writings of John Essex: Volume 1 (#1070) by John Henry Essex. 104 pages, facsimile paperback. $10.95
Divine Lockup (#0554) by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. This work deals scripturally with God’s sovereignty in the midst of humanity’s current condition of, and future deliverance from, unbelief, sin, vanity and corruption. Without question, for all creation, the best is yet to come. 66 pages, paperback.
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The Bible or the Church? (#0776) by Sir Robert Anderson (1841-1918). This is Anderson’s revision and enlargement of The Buddha of Christendom. Both volumes contain material not in the other. 286 pages, paperback. $19.95
Comfort and Vision (#1124) by Frederick William Davis (1879-1926). This is “a collection of spiritual sermons by our lamented friend, F. W. Davis, late of Cheltenham, England. It is a fitting memorial of his broad and loving spirit and deep insight into the Word of Truth.” –- A.E. Knoch, Unsearchable Riches. 136 pages, paperback. $12.95
The Dispensation of the Grace of God, & Acts 28:28 – A Dispensational Boundary Line (#0714) by Otis Q. Sellers (1901-1992). Two works published in one volume. 60 pages, paperback. $6.95

The Evangel of the Circumcision and the Evangel of the Uncircumcision (#1072) by Stanley C. Cooper. 64 pages, paperback. $6.95

The Image and Likeness of God (#0752) by Melvin E. Johnson (1897-1979). 230 pages, paperback. $19.95
Reconciliation: A Research Magazine 1942-1943 (#1056) Editors: Joseph E. Kirk & Howard N. Bunce. 84 pages, paperback. $9.95

Select Writings of Edward Clayton: Volume 1 (#1087). 58 pages, paperback. $7.95

A Study on Pentecost & The Gift of Tongues (#0981) Tom Ballinger. 50 pages, paperback. $7.95

The King and the Kingdom in History and Prophecy (#0646) by William B. Hallman. 42 pages, paperback. $5.95
A Study on Right Division (#0967) Tom Ballinger. 70 pages, paperback. $9.95


Time and Eternity: A Biblical Study (#1025) by G. T. Stevenson. 74 pages, paperback. $9.95

Treasures of Truth: Volume 1 (#0738) by Cecil J. Blay & Melvin E. Johnson (1897-1979). “Provides a rich feast of spiritual food for its readers.” – Unsearchable Riches. 342 pages, paperback. $19.95

Is Hell Eternal or, Will God’s Plan Fail? (#0677) by Charles H. Pridgeon (1863-1932). “Our readers will rejoice with us at [this] publication by Charles H. Pridgeon, President of the Pittsburgh Bible Institute. A firm stand is taken for the salvation of all, based on the doctrine of the eons as revealed in the Scriptures. Many other books on this subject, lacking the light which the doctrine of the eons brings, have never seemed sufficiently conclusive to carry conviction to those who wish a scriptural basis for their belief.” – A.E. Knoch, Unsearchable Riches. Reprint of the 1920 edition. 344 pages, paperback. $21.95
God’s Dwelling Place (#0585) by John H. Essex (1907-1991). "Amongst the countless thousands of books on biblical subjects there are very few indeed (if any) which deal with the subject of 'God's Dwelling Place.'" 184 pages, paperback. $14.95
God’s Celestial Purpose: Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians (#0578) by John H. Essex (1907-1991).  "This presentation of our subject, God's Celestial Purpose, takes the form of a commentary on Paul's letter to the Ephesians. A great many sincere believers who regularly read their Bibles have failed to realise the full import of Ephesians, or even its significance in the Scriptures." 164 pages, paperback. $14.95
Paul’s Ephesians: Part 1, Chapters 1-3 (#0592), by Adlai Loudy (1893-1984). 96 pages, paperback. $9.95


Grace Tabernacle Studies (#1094). This booklet contains two articles written two former teachers at the Grace Tabernacle, Almont, MI. (1) George L. Rogers’ study is entitled, Race-wide Condemnation and Vivification and (2) E. Lynwood Crystal’s article, Correctly Partitioning the Word of Truth. 32 pages, paperback. $3.95
Pillars of Truth from the Book of Romans (#1041) by Guy Spencer Marks (1899–1989). “A helpful series based on Romans.”-Unsearchable Riches. 120 pages, paperback. $11.95
Presenting the Truth in Love: In Memoriam of A.E. Knoch (1874-1965). (#1874) This word consists of seven short chapters: (1) Presenting the Truth in Love – A.E. Knoch; (2) My Father – As I Remember Him – Ernest O. Knoch; (3) Knoch and His Work: A Biographical Sketch by a Close Friend and Long Time Associate – Edward H. Clayton; (4) My Brethren Background – A.E. Knoch; (5) Musings On Mount Olivet – A.E. Knoch; (6) Be Confirmed in the Faith – A.E. Knoch; (7) The Funeral Message – Herman H. Rocke. 50 pages, paperback. $5.95

What Is Sectism? Is It a Sin or a Virtue? (#0745) by E.A. (Edward Alfred) Larsen (1884-1978). This work “takes up such matters as the basis of fellowship, definition of a sect and common motives in their formation, and the unity of the saints from a Scriptural viewpoint.” – Unsearchable Riches. 42 pages, paperback. $4.95

Companion Bible, The: New Testament (Enlarged Type). E.W. Bullinger. 624 pages.
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Dabhar Translation: The Writ of the New Covenant The Dabhar (pronounced “Davar”), reprinted by permission exclusively for our students, was a work of over 40 years in the making. First released in 2005, is a hyper-literal concordant translation of the Greek Scriptures into English. 478 pages.
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Studies in Paul's Epistle to the Romans: Volume 1, Chapters 1-8 (#1032) by George L. Rogers (1869-1947). “This book is an exhaustive study of the first eight chapters of Romans, including pertinent questions at the end of each chapter, which serve to help the student evaluate his reading.” – Ernest Knoch. 654 pages, paperback. $24.95
The Believer’s Hope Today (#2360) by Tom Ballinger. A look at the believer’s “blessed hope” at Christ’s appearing as contrasted with “the hope of Israel” in the Acts period.  "In this study we will show you that the hope that Paul wrote about in I Thessalonians 4 and I Corinthians 15 is found not only in the Old Testament Scriptures, but was taught by Jesus Christ in His earthly ministry in Matthew 24 and other places." 60 pages, paperback. $6.95
How to Scripturally Study the Scriptures (#5683) by Adlai Loudy (1893-1984). This book deals chiefly with the correct partitioning of the Word of Truth. The seven chapters are titled as follows: God Has Spoken; A Divine Admonition of Endeavor; How to Scripturally Study the Scriptures; Have a Pattern of Sound Words; Distinguish the Things that Differ; Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth, and the Conclusion. “The book should prove extremely valuable in introducing the knowledge of Paul's special ministry to those who are strangers to it.” – A.E. Knoch (1874-1965). 72 pages, facsimile paperback. $6.95
 **BACK IN PRINT**  Forgotten Truths Reaffirmed (#0486) compiled by John H. Kessler. A collection of excerpts from 27 authors supporting a dispensational approach of Scripture toward the Acts 28 position view such as: Sir Robert Anderson, Lewis Sperry Chafer, A.C. Gaebelein, James M. Gray, I.M. Haldeman, H.A. Ironside, Clarence Larkin, F.E. Marsh, J. Eustace, Harold P. Morgan, William L. Pettingill, Samuel Ridout , W. Graham Scroggie, W.H. Griffith Thomas, Leon Tucker, and Charles H. Welch.

Chapters include: When Was the Mystery Made Known? Do the Four Gospel Narratives Relate to Christ’s Body? Are the Epistles of Peter, James, John, Jude and the Epistle to the Hebrews, Related Christ’s Body? What Was the Ministry of the Twelve Apostles? Is the Great Commission the Marching Order for Christ’s Body? Have Baptism and The Lord’s Supper Any Place in Christ’s Body? Is Christ’s Body, the Bride of Christ? When Was Israel As a Nation Set Aside? Where Is the Dispensational Boundary? 4th Edition. 71 pages, facsimile paperback. $5.95

At the End of the Ages: The Abolition of Hell (#3331) by Bob Evely. Is hell forever? Most say that the righteous go to heaven, and the wicked to hell, forever! Is this what the Bible teaches? This book presents evidence that the Bible, in the original languages, reveals that one day ALL mankind will be saved. Through time our Bible translations have become biased through the official teachings of “The Church.” The author argues that teaching about an eternal hell slanders God, and it prevents many from having faith because the arguments in support of an eternal torment are illogical. Would a God of love keep many souls alive forever just to torment them because they failed to “accept Jesus Christ” in this lifetime? The author shows that the Bible does not teach this. The purpose of “the eons” (i.e., “the ages,” often mistranslated “eternity”) is to bring ALL mankind to the point where every knee bows before Him. This work is written with the average reader in mind. 171 pages, paperback. $4.95

Wife Loving: The Husband’s Paramount Privilege (#0462) by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. This book is about Christ-mentored husbandry; a look at husbands’ important and honored role of loving their wives. So lofty and divine is its pursuit, Paul presents none other than Christ Himself as the mentor: “Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the church.” 96 pages, paperback. $9.95


The Cataclysmic Prophecies of the Jews and Their Divine Purpose (#0448) by James T. Burson. A look at the localized nature of Jewish prophecy. 403 pages, paperback. $19.95



Silence of God, The (#3442) by Sir Robert Anderson (1841-1918). This is a true classic, written almost a century ago, giving a thoroughly scriptural answer to the issue of God’s silence for nearly 2,000 years. It was written by the former Chief of the Criminal Investigation Department of Scotland Yard. 120 pages, paperback. $12.95



The Doctrine of Substitution: An Erroneous Teaching #0400 This is an expose’ of Christianity’s erroneous doctrine of Substitution. Though it is widely accepted, it is not the teaching of Scripture. This is a compilation of authors, including: A.P. Adams, Vladimir Gelesnoff, Andrew J. Jukes, and A.E. Knoch. Second Edition (2023), 115 pages, paperback. $12.95


Another Look at “Bible Study”: The Misuse of II Timothy 2:15 and the Abuse of Christ’s Body (#0370) by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. 
“You continue to bless me with messages that relieve the burden.” – Illinois
“Helped me shed major bondage.”– Michigan
“What a freeing teaching.” - Pennsylvania
“Such a balm to my soul.” – Canada
“Finally relieved me of yet another religious burden.” – Poland

80 pages, paperback. $4.95

Parallel Literal New Testament
Vol 1: The Circumcision Scriptures (Matthew-John, Hebrews-Revelation)
Vol 2: Acts and Paul’s Epistles
Includes: Concordant, Dabhar, Rotherham, Young
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Studies in Ecclesiastes: The Words and Works of God and Man (#0325) by Vladimir Gelesnoff (1877-1921) Many current versions of the Bible often translate the same Hebrew word in various ways. In this way a veil of mystery has been thrown over many a passage, and a certain amount of human opinion and guesswork has been imported into God’s truth. The Book of Ecclesiastes has severely suffered from inconsistency in translation – no sacred book has ever been so much misunderstood in its whole aim and spirit. Our aim should always be to adjust our thoughts to the facts, and never to adjust the facts to our thoughts. Applying this principle to the matter in hand, our prime concern is to ascertain what the book of Ecclesiastes has to say about itself. The book aims at achieving a threefold object: (1) Recognition of God as God; (2) Reception of His revelation; (3) Regulation of life in view of a future rectification or judgment. 83 pages, paperback. $4.95
The Unveiled Glory (by Hannah Hurnard) and My Unexpected Discovery (by Hannah Whitall Smith) (#0172) Hannah Whitall Smith (1832-1911) was the author of the classic work, A Christian’s Secret of a Happy Life. Both famous Christian authors discuss their coming to see and embrace the salvation of all. 64 pages, paperback. $4.95






Concordant Version of the Old Testament: Complete One Volume Large Print Edition (Old Testament)

The procedures used in making the translation are as follows: By analyzing the contextual usages of each Hebrew and Aramaic word, a single English word was first selected as its most suitable equivalent. Then, to achieve readability, some words were given a limited number of idiomatic variants that are harmonious with the sense derived from the investigations. English words used as the common translation of particular Hebrew words, and even idiomatic variants, were not used for other Hebrew words. Boldface type was used for words (or even parts of words) having exact counterparts in the Hebrew. And lightface type was used for words (or parts of words) which were added to clarify the meaning of the respective word in the Hebrew text. In addition, small symbols and abbreviations were inserted between or attached to words to represent omitted terms, to indicate grammatical features and the sources of emendations to the Hebrew text. Printed on thin "Bible paper" and hardbound with black imitation leather.
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Figures of Speech Used In the Bible (#5169) by E.W. Bullinger. Bible students have made serious blunders through the inattention to figures of speech, clouding the real meaning of many important passages of Scripture. Bullinger's work, first published in 1898, clarifies 217 distinct figures of speech used in the Bible. In systematic order, this classic gives the proper pronunciation of each figure of speech, its etymology or origin, and a number of Scripture passages where the figure of speech is used, giving full explanation of its use in each context. It cites nearly eight thousand Bible passages and includes five appendices and seven indexes, making it even more valuable as a reference tool. No other work approaches the scope and detail of this field of study. New type-set and size (8.5 x 11) and 534 pages, paperback. $44.95
A Look at Alcohol in the Scriptures (#1150) by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. Don’t be fooled by the teetotalism. Contrary to what many attempt to teach, the Scriptures are replete with the divine gift and godly blessings of alcohol. 54 pages, paperback. $4.95

The Ages: God’s Time Periods (#0780) by Edward Henry Clayton. It covers: the purpose of the ages, eonian life, the number of ages, the present age, and the ages to come. 38 pages, paperback. $4.95
Spirit Manifestations and the Gift of Tongues, The (#3450) by Sir Robert Anderson. We live in a day of extravagant claims of the miraculous. Written in 1909, this is a look at what the Bible has to say about such miraculous gifts for today. 56 pages, paperback. $4.95
The Divine Calendar (#0134) by A. E. Knoch. This is an excellent primer for those just learning of God's glorious plan and purpose of the ages. It displays the principal time periods of the Scriptures and their relation to one another. Failure to distinguish the various time periods has resulted in great confusion as to the ultimate destiny of God's creation. This work covers the 5 ages, 3 heavens and earths, 2 creations, 5 worlds, 12 economies, 4 monarchs, and 3 days, with chart. 56 pages, paperback. $4.95

A Reply to R.A. Torrey’s “The Exact Truth Regarding an Eternal Hell” (#3125) by A.E. Knoch. A scriptural response to Torrey’s attempt to defend the traditional doctrine of Hell. 49 pages, paperback. $5.95
The Myth of Easter: The “Christian Mythology” Series (#1675) by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. This is an overview of the pagan myths related to Easter along with the scriptural truth of Christ’s resurrection, with chart. 70 pages, paperback. $4.95
No Equals! Reasons Why Our Heavenly Father has No Equals or Co- Equals & Why “the Holy Spirit” Is Not a “Person” Separate from the Only True God, the Father (#3470) A compilation of two easy to understand titles exposing the error of the Trinity teaching. 56 pages, paperback. $4.95

The Sovereignty of God (#0226) by George Addair. A thoughtful look at a critical doctrine of Scripture. 64 pages, paperback. $4.95


Growing in the Realization of God (#3375) by Robert McMahon. 56 pages, paperback. $4.95

The Steps I Have Taken (#1175) by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. A short autobiographical work. 65 pages, paperback. $6.95
Judgment and the Doctrine of Eternal Hell (#0103) by Arthur P. Adams. Chapters: Judgment: Its Nature and Purposes; The Doctrine of Eternal Hell; Does Death Seal Our Eternal Destiny?; How Many Ways of Salvation are There?: Adam’s Sin; The Sacrifice of Christ; The Truth about Sodom; The Purpose of the Law; The Sabbath; Translation Corrections. 123 pages, paperback. $10.95
Harmony of the Last Week, The: A Complete Rearrangement of the Last Week in the Life of Christ (#0059) by Eugene Charles Callaway. A detailed expose of “Good Friday” and “Palm Sunday.” In a 25 year study of the “Passion Week” Callaway identified 40 common errors traditionally held. His investigation resulted in this deep and comprehensive work. 247 pages, paperback. $19.95
The Word on the Word: Volume 1 (#1976) by Stephen Hill. This is a collection of articles from the author’s blog. In its pages you will learn of many truths from God’s Word that you will likely not encounter in the traditional church setting. No topic is off-limits, as Stephen Hill addresses a variety of biblical truths - many controversial - which will likely challenge you to reconsider many of your long-held beliefs. Discover what the Bible really teaches about love and suicide, honesty and lying, marriage and parenting, grace and judgment, and much more. May this book be an edifying tool for your spiritual growth! 150 pages, paperback. $9.95
Making the Most of the Bible: Lessons on Understanding God's Word (#1942) by Stephen Hill. Making the Most of the Bible is what you've been waiting for: a practical and simple guide to understanding God's Word. In the short amount of time it takes you to read this book, you will learn lessons that will drastically improve your ability to make sense of your Bible for the rest of your life. Make the most of this book as you discover how to make the most of your Bible! 100 pages, paperback. $9.95
Deity of God, The (#7450) by John Henery Essex (1907-1991) It is in the prison epistle of Paul to the Ephesians that we find the most absolute expression of the Deity of God in relation to the points we have been considering. Here we find the phrase which puts all other Scriptures into perspective. 72 pages, paperback. $9.95


Truth Vs. Orthodoxy (#4325) by Arthur P. Adams This is a collection of studies from the heartwarming and insightful pen of A.P. Adams (1847-1925). Chapter titles are: Orthodoxy,  The Spirit of the Word and Theological Reversals, Free Will, What Is Man?, We See Jesus, The Man Christ Jesus, Jesus Christ the Son of God, Why Christ Died and Man’s Doctrine of Substitution, “Substitution” and the “Vicarious Atonement” -- 108 pages, paperback, $9.95

Best of J.R. Miller - Vol. 1 (#2425)  by James Russell Miller (March 20, 1840 – July 2, 1912), a prolific author, was born of Irish/Scottish descent to James Alexander Miller and Eleanor Creswell, near Frankfort Springs, Beaver County, PA. He was a graduate of Westminster College (New Wilmington, PA) Allegheny Theological Seminary (Allegheny, PA). Miller pastored churches in New Wilmington, PA, Philadelphia, PA, and Rock Island, IL; and was the author of over 60 published books, as well as countless booklets and pamphlets; and also served as supervisor of over two dozen periodicals with a combined annual circulation of over 66 million copies at the time of his death. 80 pages, paperback, $9.95
World Affairs and National Politics: And the High Calling of God in Christ Jesus by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. When did nationalism begin? What is God’s purpose for nationalism? Is the United States a Christian nation? Does any government have Favored Nation Status with God today? Should believers support Israel? What did Paul have to say about our citizenship? What is our role in relation to nations? Is our job to rid the world of evil? What should the believer’s attitude be toward earthly authority? Should all obedience to earthly magistrates be absolute? Are believers to pay their taxes? Where does voting and jury duty fit in? Why was the apostle Paul executed? These and many other questions are addressed in this groundbreaking work! Third Edition (2024), 292 pages. Check out this video book review!
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The Sequel Which Sustains – The Pohorlak Papers: Volume 1 (#5975)  by Frank Neil Pohorlak. In cooperation with his estate, this is the first in a series of collected articles on various scriptural themes by Frank Pohorlak (1907-1988). In associations with men such as Bob Jones, John R. Rice, J. Frank Norris and A.E. Knoch, he enjoyed a long, illustrious and colorful life and teaching ministry spanning many states and foreign countries. 120 pages, paperback. $9.95
Being OK with Not Being OK – Embracing God’s Design for You … and Everyone You Know (and Don’t Know) (#1985) by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. For now, you’re broken, and you aren’t going to be “fixed.” Granted, you may have some days that are better than others, some circumstances that seem to indicate that you are “OK,” but the wearisome cycle simply will recur. Thus it is by design – by divine design. Father is bringing you to a place where you are OK with not being OK, where you simply rest in His current purpose and plan in your training and development for that grand and magnificent culmination that He has so wonderfully and skillfully designed especially for you – in your next life. 134 pages, paperback. $9.95
God’s Holy Nation: Israel and Her Earthly Purpose (Contrasted with the Body of Christ and Its Heavenly Purpose) (#2275) by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. Israel plays a key role in God’s plan of the ages. Though currently she has been set aside “until the times of the nations be fulfilled,” He is by no means done with her. Today, God is operating His purpose in the ecclesia – the Church, the Body of Christ. The Scriptures provide us with the clear, critical distinction between God’s earthly nation and Christ’s celestial body. This work highlights some of the more prominent distinctions which belong to God’s literal, physical, earthly nation. 360 pages, paperback. $19.95 
Daily Gleanings: 365 Selections on Scriptural Truths (#1836) Editor: Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr.  This book contains a collection of gleanings from some 200 different authors. These excerpts are intended to be an encouragement to those who are walking on a different path with the Lord – a journey that is “outside of the camp.” Some quotations are from beloved and trusted authors, but more often than not, they are from unusual sources. Sometimes, it is simply amazing how an author can admit in print to some grand truth that their writings and ministries otherwise generally deny. For the authors of these quotes, the truth that is conveyed by them may oddly seem “out of place”; but in some ways, the more unlikely the source, the more amazingly it testifies to the truth – and the fact that it cannot be hidden. 253 pages, paperback. $19.95

God’s Plan for Man: A Journey of Surprises (#5039) by Kenneth Joyce. This is a condensed adaptation of Adlai Loudy’s classic work God’s Eonian Purpose. “This book will delight you as you read of God’s purpose of all mankind. Written in clear and simple language, it traces the purpose of God from earliest revelation to its fulfillment in the reconciliation of all to God in righteousness.” - Andrew Maclarty, Grace & Truth. 88 pages, paperback $9.95


What Is Truth?: Absolute and Relative (#3575) by Don Bast. High above the storm clouds the sun is always shining. When we get a glimpse of God's perspective we are able to experience the Son of His love shining through the darkest storms of life. Dean Hough of the Concordant Publishing Concern and the Saviour of All Fellowship writes to Don concerning his book: “Your book is full of important truth and a good aid to understanding Scripture.” 216 pages, paperback. $14.95

Humanity in the Arms of a Loving Savior: and Important Related Matters (#1025) by James T. Burson. The chapters of this book are connected in this singular manner; always, there is the attempt to display the grandeur of God’s purpose in creation. Never, is it proposed that God had a good idea which went awry and thereafter He supposedly has been picking up the pieces. Our confidence, as believers, may always be premised upon an over-riding assurance that God does not behave like a mortal, being hesitant, exasperated, indecisive, or hoping for the best outcome. This volume expresses the author’s confidence in a far greater outcome of the entire human epoch, than that which is generally proposed to the world. The flow of human history will not end in a groan, rather, a crescendo of praise by all, to a true God of love and mercy. God will not only win but He will radiate His victory over absolutely all that he has made; no other truth can settle the heart like this. 328 pages, paperback. $14.95

Outcome of Infinite Grace, The (#6388) by Loyal F. Hurley. "The last enemy to be destroyed is death!" It was this verse which caused the author, a pastor, to study afresh the subject of the fate of the wicked. The three choices apparent from a surface reading of various biblical texts were eternal torment, extermination or ultimate reconciliation. The author studied to find which one was true. 80 pages, paperback. $9.95




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