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A facsimile reprint is a photographic duplicate of the original work. We dedicate a large amount of time and resources to acquire and preserve original material, the age and condition of which have a direct effect on the outcome of our reproductions. Like the books on which we base our reprints, our copies may contain imperfections such as printing errors and flaws, as well as user markings, notations and underlining. However, we believe that these works are important enough to make available as part of our dedication in protecting, preserving and promoting valuable historical Scripture study resources. Perhaps not unlike many of the books that we re-typeset, we may not always be in full agreement with their contents.


Adlai Loudy: A Brief History of My Early Life and Ministry & Light at the Crossroads (#2251) by Adlai Loudy. A memorial history of Loudy’s early ministry as well as his work in Fairview Crossroads, SC and Pulaski, VA, etc. Facsimile. Paperback, 104 Pages. $10.95
The Ages in the Scriptures (#2046) by Vladimir Gelesnoff (1877-1921) Paperback. 34 Pages. (fc) $3.95
The Ancient History of Universalism: From the Time of the Apostles, to the Era of the Reformation (#1155) by Hosea Ballou 2nd (1796-1861). This classic work traces the early history of those who believed in the eventual salvation of all (sometime referred to as a “Universtalist.”) “The work is one of decided ability, and is written with great candor and a careful examination of authorities.” Dr. Edward Beecher (1803-1895). (fc) paperback, 330 pages $21.95
Anglo-Israelism: Refuse the Refuse (#2985) by A.E. Knoch (1874-1965). Paul was a real Israelite. There was no question of his “identity." He could name the tribe from which he sprang. He was not "lost" in regard to his physical descent. The burning question is, What advantage was it to him? How did it affect his relation to Christ? What use did he make of it? What value did he place upon it? The answer is all contained in this one word – “refuse!" Facsimile. Paperback. 50 Pages. $6.95
Animals: Their Past and Future (#3951) by G. H. (George Hawkins) Pember (1837–1910). This short, yet insightful Scripture study of the animal kingdom is from the author of the classic, Earth's Earliest Ages. Although he approaches this subject from the erroneous, traditional teaching of the ‘immortality of the soul,’ which he extends to the animal kingdom, he nonetheless ability dispels other myths and mistranslations that have barred a proper understanding of animals. He correctly contends that both man and animal are nephesh chaiyah – “a living soul,” and that resurrection extends to the animal kingdom. In elementary fashion he makes a notable addition to the theme of God’s grand plan of redemption that includes animals, by what he calls “the Scriptural proof of the immortality of all God’s creation.” He also stresses the theme of the just treatment of animals, proposing that our current dealings with animals are to be vested, like ours, in their glorious future. Facsimile of the original 1883 edition. 33 pages. PB. $3.95
Are Bride and Body Identical? (#2039) by F. H. (Fredrik Homer) Robison (1885-1932). That there is a “Bride” mentioned in Scripture, and also a “Body,” probably no Bible student, or even Bible reader, would deny. As to whether these different terms refer to the same or to distinct classes of believers is the subject of this work. Facsimile. Paperback, 128 Pages. $11.95
Are We Brainwashed? (#1681) W. R. Romine. A short, introductory look at the nature of Paul’s unique ministry and the Book of Acts. (fc) Paperback. 32 pages. $3.95
The Apostle to the Gentiles (Paul, His Life, Labors and Letters) (#1421) William B. Hallman (1903-1973). (fc) Paperback. 382 pages. $22.95
The Art of Conversation: Twelve Golden Rules (#1414) Josephine Turck Baker. Genuine communication is at the heart of all relationships. This classic work gives important instruction concerning the lost art of conversation. (fc) Paperback. 60 pages. $4.95
A Believer’s Critique of the “Bible” (#1841) by G. E. (Gustavus Emanuel) Hiller (1852-1939). This book’s purpose is to aid sincere seekers after the truth by removing the stumbling blocks that skeptical critics have placed in their path, by showing that supposed difficulties are translation shams. 978-1-62904-184-1 Paperback. 242 Pages. (fc) $19.95
The Bible and the Cross (#2794) by Dr. G. Campbell Morgan (1863-1945) A greatly neglected Morgan book is his 1909 The Bible and the Cross. In this work you will see for yourself that Dr. Morgan clearly taught the reconciliation of “all things,” indeed of “the whole creation.” Adlai Loudy learned from Dr. Morgan about the five Aions (or Ages), and the twelve administrations and dispensations of the Scriptures. Loudy had many private sessions with Dr. Morgan and received many illuminating helps on his inquiries concerning the many perplexing questions that overwhelmed him. Facsimile Paperback. 130 Pages. $12.95
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. Paperback. 286 pages. $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. (fc) Paperback. 334 pages. $21.95
The Bible Hell (#1902) J. W. (John Wesley) Hanson (1823-1901). This work aims to present all the important facts so fully and comprehensively that any reader can obtain in a few pages a birds-eye-view of “The Bible Hell.” The author ventures to hope that anyone who will read candidly, not permitting the bias of an erroneous education to warp his judgment, will not fall to agree with the conclusions of this book, that the doctrine of unending sin and woe finds no support in the Bible teachings concerning “Hell.” 978-1-62904-190-2 Paperback. 76 Pages. $9.95
Bible Study for Bereans: October 1936 (#1643) J.C. O’Hair (1876-1958). This issue covers such issues as: Progressive Revelation, Dispensational Changes, Different Churches, and the 12 Apostles and Paul. (fc) Paperback. 58 pages. $7.95

Bible Study for Bereans: February and March 1937 (#3302) J.C. O’Hair. This double issue is entitled “Much Ado About Something” and covers such topics as: “Churches of the Bible,” “Gospel’s of the Bible,” “Dispesnationalism,” “Divine Healing,” “Signs,” “Visions,” “Baptisms,” “What is God’s Spiritual Program for His Children Today?” 126 pages, facsimile, paperback. $10.95

Biblical Hermeneutics (#1438) William B. Hallman (1903-1973). "The following notes were first compiled while I was pastor of the First Evangelical Free Church at Minneapolis, Minn. I was invited by Dr. Robert L. Moyer, then Dean of Northwestern Bible School, to teach Biblical Hermeneutics at their evening school. At first, I hesitated because I had not had any full course on the subject. But Dr. Moyer insisted that I should come. He said that he would have his secretary come to his class, take down his complete lecture, and have it typed for me. I could then use them as a basis for my notes and teaching. With this kind offer, I could not very well refuse. So during the years 1932-33, I taught Biblical Hermeneutics at the school founded by Dr. W. B. Riley." – Hallman. (fc) Paperback. 214 pages. $19.95
Bible Threatenings Explained (#1919) J. W. (John Wesley) Hanson (1823-1901). The purpose of this work is to remove from the mind any supposed obstacles that prevent it from beholding God as the Savior of the world. 978-1-62904-191-9 Paperback. 212 Pages. (fc) $19.95
Biography of Rev. Hosea Ballou (#2374) Maturin Murray Ballou (1820-1895). It is the usual practice with biographers to dwell at length and in explanation upon the discoveries and doctrines of the object of their labors, forgetting, apparently, that these things are almost universally known already, and that the main design of a biography should be to make public and illustrate the private life of those whom the world already knows as philosophers, statesmen, divines, or otherwise. Facsimile Paperback. 404 Pages. $23.95
Biography of William Henry Ryder (#3524) by John Wesley Hanson. William Henry Ryder (1822-1888), born in Provincetown, MA, studied at the Pembroke Academy in NH and the Liberal Institute in Clinton, NY. He pastored various Universalist Churches (Concord and Nashua, NH; Roxbury, MA; Chicago, IL). He was an early abolitionist that organized an industrial school for African American children as an agency of his church in Chicago after the Civil War. He received honorary degrees from Harvard (1860) and Lombard University (1863).
“A too truthful axiom declares, ‘Few men are heroes to their valets.’ Most men look larger, their reputations loftier, and they more worthy, seen through the perspective of distance. But there are men who are loved most by those who know them best. Such a man was William Henry Ryder.” – J. W. Hanson
Facsimile. Paperback. 330 Pages. $19.95
Bone of His Bone: Beyond the Imitation of Christ (#1773) F. J. (Frederick Julius) Huegel (1889-1971). The author points to a life that is a participation in Christ’s life rather than imitation of it: a participation in His suffering, death, crucifixion, resurrection, appearing and victory. 978-1-62904-177-3 Paperback. 116 Pages. (fc) $11.95
The Book of Daniel (#1445) William B. Hallman (1903-1973). (fc) Paperback. 110 pages. $10.95
The Book of Isaiah (#1452) William B. Hallman (1903-1973). (fc) Paperback. 66 pages. $8.95
The Book of Mark (#1469) William B. Hallman (1903-1973). (fc) Paperback. 198 pages. $18.95
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. (fc) Paperback. 236 pages. $19.95
The Claims of Rome (#2015) Samuel Smith (1836-1906). The author was member of the British Parliament (MP) from 1882 to 1906 and co-founder of Edge Hill University. This book is the result of his years of investigation into the religious-political institution of the Roman Catholic Church. 978-1-62904-201-5 Paperback. 96 Pages. (fc) $9.95
A Cloud of Witnesses (#1926) J. W. (John Wesley) Hanson (1823-1901). This work contains passages from distinguished authors concerning the truth of Universal Salvation. 978-1-62904-192-6 Paperback. 324 Pages. (fc) $21.95

Creation, Redemption and the Restitution of All Things (#3357) by George R. Hawtin (1909-1994) The truths in this work are of immense importance because they are foundational. Upon their firm footing rests the whole superstructure of God’s plan of the ages. If we cannot see how in the very beginning God created man for the specific purpose of ruling the universe, and to have dominion over all the vast sidereal with its infinite space and multibillion galaxies, then we have missed the heart of God’s intention completely and we become doomed to spend our lives in the idle pettifogging of the Romish and Protestant systems, which give neither reason for man’s existence nor cause for his humiliation and death. Even redemption, full and complete as it is and in spite of its infinite cost, will fail to reconcile and save more than one percent of all creation, if the fruitless interpretations of the Babylonish system are to be believed. 120 pages. Facsimile. Paperback. $11.95
Collected Works of Earl M. Brown (#1105) (fc) Paperback, 136 Pages. $12.95
Collected Works of Marvin Rice (#1117) by Marvin W. Rice. A collection of articles that set about to bring to the student's attention some thoughts on texts that have been often overlooked by so many. (fc) Paperback. 336 Pages. $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. Paperback. 136 pages. $12.95
Commentary on the Revelation of St. John, the Divine (#1957) Thomas Whittemore (1800-1861). 978-1-62904-195-7 Paperback. 388 Pages. (fc) $22.95
Companion Bible, The: New Testament (Enlarged Type) (#0769) E.W. Bullinger, Paperback, 624 pages $27.95
Dabhar Translation: The Writ of the New Covenant (#2005) The Dabhar (pronounced “Davar”), reprinted by permission exclusively for our students, was a work over 40 years in the making. First released in 2005, is a hyper-literal concordant translation of the Greek Scriptures into English. 478 pages, paperback, $29.95
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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. Paperback. 60 pages. $6.95
Dispensational Distinctions: Lessons on the Book of Genesis (#1476) William B. Hallman (1903-1973). (fc) Paperback. 246 pages. $19.95
The Dispensational Writings of Dee L. McCroskey: Volume 1 (#2107) Chapters: (1) The Kingdom Offer in Acts, (2) Rightly Dividing Paul’s Epistles, (3) Tongues: Israel’s Sign Gift. Paperback, 36 Pages. (fc) $4.95
The Dispensations: and Israel Dispensational Considered (An Enigma Solved, a Puzzle Unraveled) (#1139) by Hazel I. Brown. Chapters include a basic overview of a mid-Acts dispensational view of Scriptures. Revised Edition (1986) Facsimile Paperback, 68 pages, $5.95
The Doctrine of Eternal Hell Torments Overthrown - 1833 (#1209) Thomas Whittemore (1800-1861), Editor. Part 1 (1658) 6 chapters by Samuel Richardson (1643-1658) The Torments of Hell, the Foundation and Pillars Thereof, Searched, Discovered, Shaken and Removed; Part 2 (1731) 2 essays by Marie Huber (1695-1753) An Article from the Harleian Miscellant on universalism; Part 3 by David Hartley (1705-1757) Defense of Universalism. (fc) 166 pages. Paperback. $14.95
Earth’s Earliest Ages (#4050) G.H. (George Hawkins) Pember (1837–1910). Pember, educated at Cambridge University, was an English theologian and author affiliated with the Plymouth Brethren. A lifetime devoted to a close and comprehensive study of the Scriptures left a rich legacy of reclaimed truth, upon which subsequent reformers such as J.N. Darby, Watchman Nee, G.H. Lang and T. Austin-Sparks would build. Although God’s Earliest Ages is lined with considerable traditional doctrine held by the Brethren, nonetheless this classic work has value in that it presents the first chapter of Genesis as an account of God restoring or recreating the world after the collapse of the original creation. This is a Facsimile of the 1889 Fifth Edition. 524 pages. PB. $19.95  
The “Ecclesias” (Churches) of the Scriptures (#1018) by Adlai Loudy (1893-1984). Paperback. 48 pages. $6.95
Elijah’s Coming … and Other Neglected Prophecies (#2657) by Dr. C. E. McLain (1909-1990). The content of this work is the result of some forty years of learning, unlearning and relearning the truths of the Divine Library. These are neglected truths of prophecy which disturb the status-quo: “The Rapture, The Tribulation and The Millennium,” all in that order.

Clifford “Mac” McLain was born in Blanchard, OK. He received a Bachelor of Theology degree from Atlanta Bible Institute and later his Doctor of Divinity from Trinity Bible Seminary in Atlanta. He was founder of Grace Institute of the Bible and Northside Bible Church in Oklahoma City. He was also host of the radio program, “What’s the Question?” Author of several books, McLain’s principal emphasis was on the calling of Ephesians 3:9: “To make all see what is the fellowship of the mystery.” Consequently, his works focused on the Apostle Paul’s epistles written after Acts 28:28 – the “Mystery” letters. Facsimile Paperback. 88 Pages.

The Emphatic Diaglott: The Book of Acts & Paul’s Epistles (#0455) by Benjamin Wilson. This is a Greek Interlinear with a literal English Translation. Contains: illustrative and explanatory footnotes, a copious selection of references, and a valuable alphabetical appendix. Fascimile of this 1864 classic with enlarged type. 374 page, 8.5x11 paperback. $19.95

The Eonian Evangel (#1285) by Warren Young Kimball (1909-2002). Kimball, a prolific author, was an associate of A. W. Knoch and director of the Eonian Evangel Foundation. 64 Scripture lessons based upon texts in which God’s great purpose of the eons. In these studies nearly 1,000 scripture references are given to 50 books and 304 chapters of the Old and New Testaments. (fc) Paperback. 150 pages. $13.95
The Epistle to the Galatians (#1353) C. I. Scofield (1843-1921). An address delivered at Sea Cliff Bible Conference, July, 1903. (fc) Paperback. 48 pages. $6.95
The Epistle to the Hebrews (#1483) William B. Hallman (1903-1973). (fc) Paperback. 144 pages. $13.95
The Epistle to the Romans (#1490) William B. Hallman (1903-1973). (fc) Paperback. 66 pages. $8.95
The Evangel of the Circumcision and the Evangel of the Uncircumcision (#1072) by Stanley C. Cooper. Paperback. 64 pages. $6.95
Examination of the Doctrine of a Future Retribution (#2336) by Hosea Ballou (1771-1852). Ballou showed himself to be the principal American expositor of Universalism of his day with the release of this work in 1834. Facsimile. Paperback. 216 Pages. $19.95
Fellowship of Faith (Studies in Philemon) (#2787) by Heinrich Langenberg (1876-1972) This short and rather intimate epistle of the apostle Paul to Philemon might almost be regarded as an appendix to Colossians. Langenberg was born in Bremen Germany and studied theology in Basel. He pastored several Evangelical Free Churches, afterwards becoming an evangelist and prolific author. He had an in-depth knowledge of ancient Hebrew and Greek, which served him well as one of A.E. Knoch’s early research assistants on the Concordant Version. He founded Scripture Mission in Berlin, and was well known among German believers as one who stood for the reconciliation of all. Facsimile Paperback. 54 Pages. $7.95
Fifty Years in the Church of Rome (#2619) by Father Charles Chiniquy (1807-1865) This book is written by one who knows. Born and raised in Catholicism, for twenty-five years Father Chiniquy was a prominent priest in the Roman Catholic Church. He saw; he heard; he experienced things the Church of Rome tries to keep hidden. Chiniquy’s whole being revolted against the practices in the Church. Helpless within that church, he removed her shackles and stepped out a free man. As an ex-priest he lays bare to public view many facts which Protestants had previously regarded as unbelievable and the Roman Catholic Church had branded as rumor. This book is filled with human interest, holding the reader’s interest from the first page to the very last. It is a warning to the unwary non-Catholic. It is an appeal to the Roman clergy and laity. Facsimile Paperback. 860 Pages. 2 Volume Set. $34.95
The First Dispensation (#1869) by George L. Rogers (1869-1947). Paperback. 38 pages. $3.95
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 Facsimile Paperback, 71 pages, $5.95
Foxe’s Book of Martyrs (#2640) by John Foxe (1516-1587). One of the most influential authors of the English Reformation, Foxe was an English historian and martyrologist, who studied at Brasenose College, Oxford, and Magdalen College School. By the time he was twenty-five, he had read the Latin and Greek fathers, the schoolmen, the canon law, and had acquired great skill in the Hebrew language. Foxe resigned from his college in 1545 after becoming a Protestant and thereby subscribing to beliefs condemned by the Church of England under Henry VIII. Foxe would personally witness the burning of William Cowbridge in September 1538.

In the forty years between 1547 and his death, he produced some forty works in English and Latin. His classic, Foxe's Book of Martyrs, was originally published in 1554. It was an account of the martyrs of Western history but emphasizing the sufferings of English Protestants and proto-Protestants from the fourteenth century through the reign of Mary I. With particular emphasis on England and Scotland, it includes accounts of the sufferings of believers under the Catholic Church. The book went through four editions in Foxe's lifetime and a number of later editions and abridgements. Facsimile Paperback. 424 Pages. $19.95
From Melita to Miletum (What About the Signs of Mark 16:17-18?) (#1674) J.C. O’Hair (1876-1958). A trip with the apostle Paul from Acts 28:1-9 to II Timothy 4:20. (fc) Paperback. 48 pages. $6.95
The Glory of the One Baptism (#2299) Otis Q. Sellers (1901-1992). A dispensational look at the subject of baptism through the Scriptures, with a special focus on the glory of the “one baptism” for today. Facsimile. Paperback. 32 Pages. $4.95
God’s Administrations (#2978) by Adlai Loudy (1893-1984). A look at the administrations of Scripture. Facsimile. Paperback. 54 Pages. $6.95
God’s Big Secret (#1667) Richard Post. This little book has been written to help give readers a clearer grasp of God’s blueprint. (fc) Paperback. 48 pages. $6.95
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." Paperback. 164 pages. $14.95
God’s Dwelling Place (#0585) by John H. Essex (1907-1991) Paperback. "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," and there is not one known to the writer which deals with the subject in the manner of this book. The subject is surveyed in relation to the purpose of God and His ways with humanity. It shows that God was not reacting to a crisis situation in His dealings with mankind, but that the God Who planned the end also planned the beginning. The visible and temporary aspects of God's dwelling place are reviewed, from the tabernacle in the wilderness to the temples of Solomon, Zerubabel and Herod, through to the New Jerusalem. The spiritual aspects are shown to be from before the creation, through the present church, until the point when death is swallowed up in victory, and God becomes All in all." 184 pages. $14.95
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. 978-1-62904-186-5 Paperback. 194 Pages. (fc) $17.95
God’s Ultimate (#1223) by A. E. Saxby (1873-1960). (fc) Paperback. 222 pages. $19.95
The Gospel (#2732) by Dr. Wilbert “Bert” G. Bauman (1925-2008). “It is human nature to assume that the particular Gospel we have been taught and are preaching, is unimpeachable. It does not occur to us to see if it truly is. Error tends to be perpetuated in tradition. The only defense is to allow the refreshing breeze of God's Word to aerate our teaching periodically. This work will inspire you to a fresh investigation of the Gospel, perhaps even help you to re-evaluate things you never thought to question.” - Bert Bauman. Facsimile Paperback. 48 Pages. $5.95
The Gospel of God’s Reconciliation of All in Christ (#2763) by Professor E. F. Stroeter (1846-1922), translated from German by J. H. Tonn (1933-2008). This classic work was written by a friend and associate of A. E. Knoch, Arno C. Gaebelein, and G. E. Hiller. This has to do with God's plan, not only for us present believers, but also for those who will yet see how God loves them in the ages to come, through whatever means God sees fit and knows best how to apply in all our lives. Facsimile Paperback. 268 Pages. $14.95
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. Paperback. 32 pages. $3.95
The Great Contrast (#1513) William B. Hallman (1903-1973). It is an absolute necessity to “Distinguish between the things that differ” (Philippians 1:10) if we are to escape all the confusion and the delusion present on every hand. To unite what God has separated is just as gross a violation of His Will and Word as it is to separate what He has united. (fc) Paperback. 36 pages. $3.95
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). 978-1-62904-181-0 Paperback, 292 Pages. (fc) $20.95
The Great Revelation: Or, God’s Love, Purpose and Plan (#1346) John H. Paton (1843-1922). This has been written with the knowledge that it presents a view of God's “Great Revelation” of His “Love, Purpose, and Plan,” that has not been seen by the majority of Christians. It has not been written, however, in the spirit of contention or strife, but of love and goodwill for all, and of fellowship for all who love our Lord Jesus Christ, whatever their view of his work may be. As said the Psalmist and an Apostle: “I believe, therefore have I spoken. – Paton. (fc) Paperback. 98 pages. $9.95
The Harmony of the Eons (#1698) Eugene Charles Callaway (1864-1957). This study seeks to clarify the translations of the original inerrant Scriptures, and demonstrates the subsequent truth uncovers of Universal Reconciliation. 978-1-62904-1698 Paperback. 372 Pages. (fc) $19.95
A Harmony of Passion Week: "A Confrontation with the Truth" (#1886) by Loyal F. Hurley (1886-1967). Paperback. 16 pages. $3.95
Hosea Ballou: A Marvelous Life-Story (#1834) Oscar F. Safford, D.D. (1837-1907) A biography of a great Universalist theologian with most picturesque character. 978-1-62904-183-4 Paperback. 304 Pages. (fc) $21.95
How to Study the Bible (#1650) Otis Wasson (1900-1983). It was neglect of “rightly dividing the Word of truth” (II Timothy 2:15) that brought the dark ages. “Justification by Faith” and “The Mystery” were put aside soon after the death of the Apostles. (fc) Paperback. 90 pages. $9.95
Hymns of Praise (#1889) Charles H. Welch, Editor. This is an attempt at a dispensationally accurate hymnal, compiled by Welch. Quite a number of these hymns, it will be recognized, could only have been written by those acquainted with the results of “Right Division.” The song sections do not have noted music, rather they use hymn meters, thus indicating the number of syllables for the lines in each stanza of the song. This allows the matching of a hymn's text with appropriate tunes for singing. 978-1-62904-188-9 Paperback. 130 Pages (fc) $12.95
The Image and Likeness of God (#0752) by Melvin E. Johnson (1897-1979). Paperback. 230 pages. $19.95
An Introductory Essay to Jeremiah White’s “The Restoration of All Things” (#1551) David Thom (1795-1862). (fc) Paperback. 112 pages. $11.95
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. Paperback, 344 Pages. $21.95
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. (fc) paperback, 130 pages $12.95
Josephus and the Bible (#2091) by A. J. Pollock. It has largely escaped the notice of Christians at the present time that such a history exists as that of Flavius Josephus. Further, the few, who do know of its existence, are largely unaware how very providential it is, that such a history, written by a Jew, living in Palestine at the time when the incidents of our Lord’s life were largely known, is available. Later on Josephus was an eye-witness of the horrors that marked the siege of Jerusalem under Vespasian, the Roman general, and the destruction of the Temple by Titus, and has written an account of these terrible happenings in great detail. Paperback. 32 pages. (fc) $4.95
John Nelson Darby (#1827) by W. G. Turner. This looks into the life and labors of John Nelson Darby and was heartily commended by William Kelly the editor of Darby’s Synopsis and Collected Writings. 978-1-62904-182-7 Paperback. 86 Pages. (fc) $11.95
The King and the Kingdom in History and Prophecy (#0646) by William B. Hallman. Paperback. 42 pages $4.95
The Kingdom or the Church (#3296) by Dr. Arthur Charles Lambourne (1898-1993). This book represents an Acts 28 interpretation of the Book of the Acts and Paul's writings, along with the revelation of God’s Secret. Dr. Lambourne was born in England. He pastored churches in London, and after coming to the United States in 1925 he pastored in RI, MA, MI, and MN. He served as dean of Providence Bible Institute and later on the faculty of Arizona Bible Institute. While at PBI he became a close associate of Dr. Harold T. Morgan who introduced him to the writings and ministry of Charles Welch. Later he conducted his longstanding ministry at Berean Bible Fellowship in Phoenix, AZ (1959-1993). 294 pages. Paperback. $19.95
The Lake of Fire & The Consummation (#1377) Warren Young Kimball (1909-2002). (fc) Paperback. 52 pages. $6.95
The Last Twelve Verses of the Gospel According to St. Mark (#2480) Dean John William Burgon (1813-1888). Dean Burgon settles the question of the inclusion of Mark 16:9-20 once and for all, demonstrating that the methodology of modern textual criticism fails to hold up when examined against the last twelve verses of Mark. Beginning with external evidence, he examines hundreds of cursive and uncial Greek manuscripts which date at least from the fourth century, ten early Bible versions which date from the second to the sixth centuries, the individual writings of 19 “early Church Fathers” from all over the then-known world who wrote between the early second to the mid sixth centuries, and all known copies of the venerable Lectionary of the East. Then he turns to the internal evidence, or the writing style of St. Mark himself, and compares the verses in question to Mark's remaining Gospel, with particular attention given to the parallelism found in the first twelve verses of chapter 1. Facsimile Paperback. 352 Pages. $19.95



The Life and Epistles of St. Paul (#2701) by William J. Coneybeare & J. S. Howson. This work draws a scriptural and geographical based picture of the life of the Apostle Paul. An excellent reference tool while studying Paul’s Epistles and the Book of Acts.

“There were two books that Pastor C.R. Stam highly recommended that I obtain. One was The Silence of God (1897) by Sir Robert Anderson and the other was The Life and Epistles of St. Paul (1851) by W. J. Conybeare and J. S. Howson.” – Kenneth J. Morgan

“Do you like to travel? Better yet, would you like to travel back in time? Now you can, and with no less eminent a traveling companion than the Apostle Paul himself! Conybeare and Howson have written a remarkable book on the life and epistles of St. Paul, beginning with Paul’s early days in Tarsus and ending with his martyrdom in Rome.” – Mrs. Kenneth (Carol) Morgan

William John Conybeare (1815–1857) was educated at Westminster and at Trinity College, Cambridge, where he was elected fellow in 1837. From 1842 to 1848 he was principal of Liverpool College, which he left for the vicarage of Axminster. John Saul Howson (1816–1885) attended Trinity College, Cambridge. He was senior classical master at the Liverpool College under his friend W. J. Conybeare, whom he succeeded as principal in 1849, a post he held until 1865. He held the vicarage of Wisbech, and was dean of Chester Cathedral.

2 Volume Set. Facsimile Paperback. 1038 Pages. $39.95
The Life and Times of Noah (#2558) Dr. William H. Walker (1840-1924). There are some Old Testament Scriptures which come to us with a sort of double inspiration because of the use made of them by the Holy Spirit in the New Testament. Such a Scripture is before in the study of the life and times of Noah. It will be remembered that in the eschatology of Jesus, in the epistles to the Hebrews and of Peter this history has been used for the teaching of lessons to those upon whom the end of the ages have come. Facsimile Paperback. 32 Pages. $4.95



Life of Edwin H. Chapin D.D. (#2206) by Sumner Ellis. While living in Utica, NY, Edwin Hubbell Chapin (1814-1880) wondered into the offices of the Evangelical Magazine and Gospel Advocate, a Universalist magazine. He was intrigued by the books on display advocating a God of love rather than fear. He met and talked with the magazine’s editor, Aaron Grosh, and with various Universalist teachers. He would come to be the magazine’s assistant editor.

He pastored churches in Richmond, VA, Boston, MA and New York City. He served as Chaplain of the Massachusetts legislature, member of the Massachusetts State Board of Education, trustee of Bellevue Medical College and Hospital, member of the New York State Historical Society, and founder of the Chapin Home for the Aged and Infirm in New York City.

He received honorary doctorates from Harvard College and Tufts College, and was the editor of the Christian Leader. One of his messages given at the Independent Christian Church (Richmond, VA), became the basis of his widely circulated tract, Universalism: What It Is Not, and What It Is (1838). “Universalism,” he wrote, was not atheism, skepticism, or deism. Instead, “it teaches that all mankind will finally be saved from sin and its consequent misery.” Facsimile Paperback. 344 Pages.
Life of Rev Hosea Ballou (#2183) by Thomas Whittemore (1800-1861). Hosea Ballou (1771-1852), converted to a belief in universal salvation in 1789, become one of its most influential teachers in US history. He pastored in Portsmouth, NH; Salem, MA; and Boston, MA. He authored books and leaflets, as well as published The Universalist Magazine and other periodicals.

“A life-like portrait of the venerable man whose history it records. Of all living men, probably Thomas Whittemore is best prepared to write the life of Ballou. He was his intimate friend and companion for many years.” – Isaac Dowd Williamson (1807-1876), author of An Examination of the Doctrine of Endless Punishment.

“Mr. Whittemore is the man, above all others, to prepare the Life of Ballou. No man knew him better; no man had studied him so well. Ballou was his spiritual father; and form his early days he had been with the good man.” – William Allen Drew (1798-1879), publisher of The Gospel Banner.

Facsimile. Paperback 4-Volumes. 1624 pages.
The Life of Rev. John Murray: Preacher of Universal Salvation (#2190) by John Murray (1741-1815). Murray, born in Hampshire, England, became the most well-known and respected voice of American Universalism during the latter part of the 1700s. He traveled extensively throughout the mid-Atlantic states. He learned of universal salvation through the ministry of James Relly. A friend of Generals George Washington and Nathanael Greene, he served as Chaplain of the Rhode Island Brigade of the Continental Arm. He was sustained in this position by the intervention of George Washington when the other chaplains wished to have him expelled over his rejection of belief in hell. He was an associate of Elhanan Winchester and Hosea Ballou, a writer of hymns and compiler of hymnals. He took his memoir to the end of 1774. It was completed by his wife, the literary pioneer Judith Sargent Murray. Facsimile. Paperback. 418 Pages. $23.95
The Life of Sir Robert Anderson & Lady Agnes Anderson (#0684) by A. P. Moore-Anderson (their son), 190 pages, Paperback $19.95
The Lighter Side of My Official Life (#1797) Sir Robert Anderson (1841-1918). This memoir follows Anderson’s legal and secret service career including his role as Scotland Yard’s Assistant Commissioner. While Arthur Conan Doyle was entertaining London at that time with his Sherlock Holmes stories, but it was Anderson and his staff who were ridding the city of crime and criminals. 978-1-62904-179-7 Paperback. 306 Pages. (fc) $21.95
The Living and True God & The Son of the Living God (#0721), by Adlai Loudy (1893-1984). Paperback. 52 pages. $6.95
The Lord’s Table: On the Table of Your Heart (#0660) by Robert M Giles. Paperback. 118 pages. $11.95
The Lost Precious Gem (#1759) J. C. O'Hair (1876-1958). This precious gem is the Divine message and program, for which the apostle Paul was an ambassador in bonds, for which Paul suffered as an evil doer. He called this particular Divine truth, “the mystery of Christ,” “the mystery of the gospel,” “the mystery of God's will,” and “the dispensation of the mystery.” Paperback. 66 Pages. (fc) $8.95
A Manual of Doctrinal Truths (#1612) Leon A. Bynoe (1895-1983). An associate of A.E. Knoch, this founding editor of Grace & Truth Magazine, takes a brief look at some fundamentals of the Sacred Scriptures. (fc) Paperback. 68 pages. $6.95
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. Paperback. 96 Pages. $9.95
The Mystery of Evil (#3029) by Joseph Wilson Williams (1874-1963) The greatest mystery about evil is God’s relation to it. That makes it perplexing, at the same time that it is painful. It is the purpose of these pages to ease the pain and dispel the perplexity, through understanding. Williams was an associate of A.E. Knoch. Facsimile, Paperback. 58 Pages. $7.95
Modern History of Universalism: Extending from the Epoch of the Reformation to the Present Time (#1193) by Thomas Whittemore (1800-1861). This is Volume 1 (the 1860 expanded European portion of the 1830 Edition). The Modern History of Universalism was among Whittemore’s most important works. It was designed to be the companion work to The first edition was published in 1830. It deals with Universalist developments from the Protestant Reformation in Europe and then in America. Over the next thirty years Whittemore greatly expanded this history. In 1860 he published the first of what was to be a two-volume set. This first volume deals with European developments from the time of the Reformation. A second volume was to deal with American developments. He died a year later leaving the second volume unfinished. The 1830 single-volume edition remains the only current source of his work extending into the American history of Universalism. Volume 1 of the 1860 edition is a tremendous expansion of the European content contained in the 1830 edition. An avid student of Universalist history would require both the 1830 and 1860 editions. (fc) paperback, 408 pages $23.95
Moments of Meditation in Colossians & Two Churches and Two Men (#2381) Eugene F. Rueweler (1910-1993). Chapter 1: Hidden Truth, Treasures, and Triumph; Chapter 2: The Christology of Colossians; Chapter 3: Ye Heard – We Heard; Chapter 4: Two Great Mysteries; Chapter 5: Three Sufferers; Chapter 6: Relationship – Membership – Citizenship; Chapter 7: Christ the Head. Facsimile Paperback. 36 Pages. $4.95
Notes on Romans (#2176) by James G. Poole. Fundamental doctrines of the faith are made known in Romans. If our understanding is based solely on the four gospels, we have no justification, no (re)conciliation, and only an earthly expectation of the Kingdom of God. “In Christ Jesus” is a doctrine exclusive to Paul's ministry. Paul tells us that God sees us in Christ, and not as we are in ourselves. We are shown in chapter 8:28-39 how that we are in God's purpose, and that God is “for us.” James Poole was a contributor to Grace and Truth magazine. Facsimile. Paperback. 142 Pages. $12.95
The Origin and History of the Doctrine of Endless Punishment (#1971) Thomas B. Thayer (1812-1886). This work was written for the purpose of furnishing a sketch of the argument by which it is shown that the doctrine of Endless Punishment is not of divine origin, but traceable directly to a heathen source. It is not intended as an elaborate discussion of the subject, but only as a presentation of the method of proof, and of the leading facts and authorities on which the argument rests. Paperback. 280 Pages. (fc) $20.95
Paul, The Man and His Gospel (and Other Studies) (#1339) Kenneth Douglas (K.D.) Hutton (1906-1995). 100 pages, paperback. $10.95
The Place of Humanity in God’s Purpose (#1636) John H. Essex (1907-1991). Contents: What is Man?; The Vanity of Humanity Endeavor; The Lessons of the Potter; God's Great Displays; The All-Sufficiency of God; From Abram to Abraham; A Unique Treasure Chest Before the Disruption of the World; The Ecclesia which is His Body. (fc) Paperback. 98 pages. $9.95
Proponents for a Literal Translation of the New Testament (#1629) Dr. Frank Neil Pohorlak (1907-1988). Contents: Preface Examining Chaplain F. W. Farrar; Comparative Study of the RSV (Oswald T. Allis and others); From Thomas Hobbes to Bratcher and Nida; More Proponents for the Ideal Bible Translation. (fc) Paperback. 54 pages. $6.95
The Sabbath and the Sunday Question (#2305) Otis Q. Sellers (1901-1992). The two subjects dealt with are ones concerning which fixed ideas, personal religious prejudices, and traditional views are almost bound to assert themselves to the exclusion of everything that is revealed in the Word of God. On these subjects many are so fully convinced that what they believe is the truth that they actually read their beliefs into the Word of God and imagine confirmation of them on every one of its pages. Facsimile. Paperback. 32 Pages. $4.95
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. Facsimile. Paperback. 104 Pages. $10.95
Scripture Class Studies (#1997) Charles Lamb (1891-1978). A.C. Lamb was born in Wellsville Kansas. An associate of A. E. Knoch, he ministered in Ft. Pierce FL, Denver CO and Pasadena CA. He was also an author and conference speaker. Facsimile. Paperback. 50 Pages. $6.95
Select Writings of John Essex: Volume 1 (#1070) by John Henry Essex. (fc) Paperback, 104 Pages. $10.95
A Selection of Spiritual Songs & Meditations (#2008) by John Henry Essex (1907-1991). The song sections do not have noted music, rather they use hymn meters, thus indicating the number of syllables for the lines in each stanza of the song. This allows the matching of a hymn's text with appropriate tunes for singing. (fc) Paperback. 84 Pages. $9.95
Simon Peter: His Life and Its Lessons (#3647) by C. H. Mackintosh (1820-1896). During the greater part of the nineteenth century, there lived and labored in Great Britain a true and devoted servant of God, Charles Henry Mackintosh. He was one of the early Brethren, commonly called Plymouth Brethren. His chief writings are found in the six-volumes Notes on the Pentateuch, and the six-volumes Miscellaneous Writings of C.H.M. He never used his name in connection with his writings and to most of his readers he is known only by his initials “C.H.M.”

This is book draws lessons from the life of the Apostle Peter. It has an underlying elementary dispensational approach: “All intelligent Christians understand that the apostle Peter was commissioned, by his Lord and ours, to open the Kingdom of Heaven to both Jew and Gentile. To him were committed the keys, not of the Church, nor yet of heaven, but of ‘the Kingdom of Heaven;” and we find him using them in Acts 2 and 10.” C.H.M. (page 83). Facsimile. Paperback. 44 pages. $9.95
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. Paperback. 90 Pages. (fc) $9.95
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. Facsimile Paperback. 84 Pages. $9.95
Standing and State: A Dispensational Look at the Book of Ephesians (#1780) by William E. Root. The Book of Ephesian is divided into “doctrinal” and “practical” sections. The first three chapters are “doctrinal,” while the last three chapters contain “applied” doctrine. In the first three chapters we not only have “doctrine,” but a particular kind of doctrine. This doctrine contains our position in the heavenlies in Christ. How important this is for us to know! Root, along with William B. Hallman, was associated with Things to Come Missions. 978-1-62904-178-0 Paperback, 140 Pages. (fc) $12.95
Studies in Genesis (#2893) A.E. Knoch (1874-1965) A dispensational consideration of the first book of the Hebrew Scriptures. Facsimile. Paperback. 668 Pages. $29.95
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. Facsimile Paperback. 116 Pages. $11.95
Studies in the Book of Acts (#2541) by Vladimir Gelesnoff (1877-1921). A dispensational survey of the Acts of the Apostles. Facsimile Paperback. 66 Pages. $5.95
Studies in the Book of Esther (#2800) by Vladimir Gelesnoff. Two Books in One! This also includes The Name of Jehovah in the Book of Esther by Dr. E. W. Bullinger. Facsimile Paperback. 56 Pages. $7.95
Studies in the Book of Job (#2411) by Vladimir Gelesnoff (1877-1921). Contents: Correct Principles of Exegesis; The Great Lesson Antiquity and Majority Are Not Divine Evidence; Education and Erudition Are Usually in Error; Human Merit Is Inadequate; Job’s Answer; The Friends’ Failure; Evolution and Involution; Elihu; “God Is Greater than Man”; The Storm Rises; The Storm Ceases; The Speech of Deity; Infinite Sympathy; The Creator’s Care; The Father’s Care for the Groaning Creation; God’s “End” Is Glorious. Facsimile Paperback. 76 Pages. $8.95
Studies in the Book of Lamentations (#2565) by Vladimir Gelesnoff (1877-1921). A survey of the Lamentations of Jeremiah. Facsimile Paperback. 116 Pages. $9.95
Studies in the Gospel of Matthew (#2534) by Vladimir Gelesnoff (1877-1921). In taking up a study of the Gospel of Matthew our prime concern is to divest ourselves of a deep-rooted idea which is apt to preform our ideas and predetermine our conclusions with regard to its teaching. The recognized division between Old and New Testaments is purely arbitrary. It is founded on the fact that the one is written in Hebrew and the other in Greek. However, in seeking light on this point, we must be guided by weightier questions than those of language: stress must rather be laid on such matters as divergence of theme, or change in the Divine attitude and method. Facsimile Paperack. 102 Pages. $9.95
Studies in the Minor Prophets (#2572) by Vladimir Gelesnoff (1877-1921). A dispensational overview of the Minor Prophets. Facsimile Paperback. 138 Pages. $11.95
The Meaning and Usage of “Gospel” in the Scriptures (#0608) by Adlai Loudy (1893-1984). Paperback. 54 pages. $6.95
Memoir of Thomas Whittemore (#1940) John G. Adams. An untiring worker, Thomas Whittemore (1800-1861) was a staunch defender of Universalism, both as a preacher, writer and editor. 978-1-62904-194-0 Paperback. 390 Pages. (fc) $22.95
Old Testament Studies (#1308) William R. Newell (1868-1956). There were lessons given at the various Union Bible Classes held in Canada and the United States. (fc) Paperback. $22.95
Outcalled of Jesus Christ (#1278) by Warren Young Kimball (1909-2002). Kimball, a prolific author, was an associate of A. W. Knoch and director of the Eonian Evangel Foundation. 44 Scripture lessons concerning the Ecclesia commonly termed “Church” which is the “Body of Christ.” (fc) Paperback. 188 pages. $16.95
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
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. Facsimile. Paperback. 72 Pages. $9.95
The Plain Guide to Universalism (#1933) Thomas Whittemore (1800-1861). This work was prepared for the benefit of inquirers after truth; for those that ask, “Who are Universalists?” What proofs can be found in the Scriptures of their distinguishing sentiments? How do they explain the passages which others adduce to disprove Universali How do they meet the common objections? This is a work to answer these questions, and thus to lead candid inquirers to the belief of the doctrine maintained by Universalists. 978-1-62904-193-3 Paperback. 408 Pages. (fc) $23.95
Poems (#1001) William R. Newell (1868-1956). A collection of poems written by Newell. Paperback. 40 pages. $4.95
A Pocket Cyclopedia: Brief Explanations of Religious Terms as Understood by Universalists (#1407) J.W. (John Wesley) Hanson (1823-1901). This book aims to furnish inquirers with a handy manual in which they can find answers to questions frequently asked as to the views of Universalists on the different points of Christian theology. No attempt at elaborate exposition or proof is made; but brief, plain statements are given, indicating the views held by our people on subjects of interest. (fc) Paperback. 90 pages. $4.95
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. Paperback. 50 pages. $4.95
The Promises to the Fathers (#2047) by George L. Rogers (1869-1947). Paperback. 34 pages. $3.95
The Purpose of God’s Will (#1254) Guy Marks (1899-1989). (fc) Paperback, 350 pages. $22.95
Paul’s Ephesians: Part 1, Chapters 1-3 (#0592), by Adlai Loudy (1893-1984). Paperback. 96 pages. $9.95
Paul’s Five Ministries (#1247) by Adlai Loudy (1893-1984). (fc) Paperback. 84 pages. $9.95
Questions and Answers: Volumes 1-10; 1942-1953. Dr. Harold P. Morgan (1883-1953), Editor. Questions and Answers was a periodical devoted to Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth (mainly from an Acts 28 perspective). Contributors to the periodical included Paul A. Greenmeyer, Arthur Van Someren, Helen P Brown, W. A. McAtee, Cornelius R. Stam, Raymond Van Dyke, Vincent Bennett, Nevin Meyer Wetzel, William Campbell, Harry Bultema, and Dr. Mahlon D. E. Culbert.
10 volumes published in 5 paperbacks (fc).


Read and Search God's Plan (#3295) by Harold P. Lovelace (1930-2018) Dr. Lovelace researched the scriptures concerning the ultimate reconciliation of all things. This work represents the information he gathered. Some of the subjects in the book are: hell, lake of fire, brimstone, for ever and related words.
The grandson of a Methodist minister and the son of a Pentecostal minister, Dr. Harold Lovelace received his BTh and MTh Degrees in Biblical Studies from Florida Theological Seminary and his Doctor of Divinity Degree from Cornerstone University. He also studied at Alabama Polytechnic Institute and the University of South Alabama. Dr. Lovelace ministered in the US, Canada, Haiti and Mexico.
“Dr. Lovelace's book has given me as much assistance in rediscovering these awesome and beautiful truths as anything I've read since coming into the realization of this broader hope of God's inclusive and redemptive love!” – Carlton Pearson. 134 pages. Facsimile. $14.95
Reconciliation: A Research Magazine 1942-1943 (#1056) Editors: Joseph E. Kirk & Howard N. Bunce. Paperback. 84 pages. $9.95
The Restitution of All Things (#5175) by George R. Hawtin (1909-1994). Hawtin was once widely known in Pentecostal, Latter Rain and British Israelite movements. He was a pastor, teacher, expositor, and editor of the monthly publication, The Page, and the book series, Treasures of Truth. He writes regarding his subject: “I do not wish to over-emphasize the importance of this … truth, but I am constrained to say that these truths are of immense importance because they are foundational. Upon their firm footing rests the whole superstructure of God’s plan of the ages. If we cannot see how in the very beginning God created man for the specific purpose of ruling the universe, and to have dominion over all the vast sidereal with its infinite space and multi-billion galaxies, then we have missed the heart of God’s intention completely and we become doomed to spend our lives in the idle pettifogging of the Romish and Protestant systems, which give neither reason for man’s existence nor cause for his humiliation and fiery testings. … Even redemption, full and complete as it is and in spite of its infinite cost, will fail to reconcile and save more than one percent of all creation, if the fruitless interpretations of the Babylonish system are to be believed.” – Introduction. Facsimile Paperback. 50 Pages. $6.95
Restitution of All Things (#3286) by Andrew Jukes. Jukes, who wrote Four Views of Christ and The Law of the Offerings, also penned this work in 1867. It brings the reader into an aspect of the author’s later ministry which may surprise some. In it he examines the Scriptures regarding the destiny of the human race.

Jukes was a minister and author who left the Church of England, publishing his reasons for doing so in a tract called The Way Which Some Call Heresy. For the next 25 years he was the spiritual leader of an independent congregation in Hull. His writings display a deep love for and understanding of the Scriptures, especially the typology of the Old Testament.

The Restitution of All Things, a book refuting the commonly held doctrine of eternal punishment and advocating the universal salvation of mankind. For this he was widely denounced as a heretic, even by many in his own congregation. Even to this day this book is considered one of the signature works on the subject. After leaving Hull he moved to Highgate and then Woolwich, where he continued his writing ministry. Facsimile Paperback. 206 Pages.
The Restoration of All Things (#1544) Jeremiah White (1629-1707). (fc) Paperback. 226 pages. $19.95
The Revolt: Against the Distinctive Ministry of the Apostle Paul (#2268) Dr. Harold P. Morgan (1883-1953) This work exposes the ongoing revolt against the revelation committed to Paul the apostle. This revolt advances a theology that carries us back to the “Sermon on the Mount” and the “Day of Pentecost.” It drags Paul down from the place which Christ exalted him. The best remedy is a mastery of Paul’s message. Facsimile. Paperback. 80 pages. $9.95
The Rich Man and Lazarus: An Exposition of Luke 16 (#2275) by Otis Q. Sellers (1901-1992). The portion of Scripture which is examined and interpreted in this study is certainly not the most important passage in the Word of God. Nevertheless, it is apparent that many make Luke 16:19-31 to be the preeminent passage of all Scripture because of the great number of doctrines on which they found it and by which they establish it. Facsimile. Paperback. 62 Pages. $7.95
The Sabbath in Scripture (#1605) John Butler. An enlightening study by an associate of A.E. Knoch. (fc) Paperback. 34 pages. $3.95
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. (fc) spiral, 350 pages. $29.95
Search the Scriptures (#1384) Warren Young Kimball (1909-2002). An explanation of 132 key scriptural terms and names used in the New Testament. (fc) Paperback. 116 pages. $11.95
The Second Death: An Enquiry into its Meaning and Operation (#1582) A. E. Saxby (1873-1960) (fc) Paperback. 34 pages. $3.95
Select Writings of Edward Clayton: Volume 1 (#1087) Paperback. 58 pages. $7.95
Short Works of George L. Rogers (#5405) Chapter 1 - The Glories of Grace; Chapter 2 - What is Grace?; Chapter 3 - The Consolation; Chapter 4 - Regeneration or Repentance; Chapter 5 - Teach Us to Pray; Chapter 6 - Race-Wide Condemnation and Vivification. Facsimile. 32 Pages. Paperback. $4.95
The Short Works of William B. Hallman (#1506) William B. Hallman. Contents: Complete in Christ; Flowers and Birds of the Bible; From Guilt to Glory through Grace; A Study of the Book of Ruth; In the Heavenlies (Ephesians); Introduction to the Psalms; The Lord’s Prayer: It’s Historical Place and Dispensational Purpose; A Metaphor of the Mystery: The Body of Christ; Satan’s Greatest Surprise; The Unsearchable Riches of Christ in the Dispensation of the Secret; The Uniqueness of Our Calling. (fc) Paperback. 110 pages. $10.95
Some Writings of F. H. Robison (#1148) by Fredri 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. (fc) Paperback, 130 Pages. $12.95
A Study on Pentecost & The Gift of Tongues (#0981) Tom Ballinger. Paperback. 50 pages. $7.95
A Study on Right Division (#0967) Tom Ballinger. Paperback. 70 pages. $9.95
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. Paperback. 48 Chapters. 502 Pages. (fc) $24.95
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. Paperback. 654 pages. $24.95
Studies in Paul’s Epistle to the Romans: Volume 2 (#2152) by George L. Rogers (1869-1947). After 80 years, the long awaited volume two is now in print. Sadly, this second and last volume only covers Romans 9:1 – 10:13. Although Brother Roger lived another decade after completing volume one, his health never permitted him to finish the series past the contents of this second installment. Paperback. 120 Pages. (fc) $11.95 
Studies in Romans (#1315) by W. Leon Tucker (1871-1934). A classic dispensational commentary on Romans. (fc) Paperback. 104 pages. $10.95
Studies in the Scriptures: I.B.S.A. – Investigating Bible Statements Analytically (#2992) Complied by Pilgrim Brother Walter H Bundy.  “This book is designed especially to answer the problems which confront those of the I. B. S. A. [and Jehovah’s Witnesses] who are looking for more light.” – E.O. Knoch (1906-1991) Bundy served as a pilgrim in the International Bible Students Association (I. B. S. A.) for many years, under the direction of Pastor Charles Russell. Later he was a longtime co-laborer with A.E. Knoch, Adlai Loudy and others, ministering extensively throughout the United States and Canada as a Bible teacher and evangelist. It was said of him, “Even those who did not agree with his teaching say he shows a spirit of love toward all and presents his message in a true Christian spirit.” – James Edwin Shakespeare (1869-1948) Facsimile. Paperback. 160 Pages. $14.95
Systematic Studies in the Scriptures (#0615) by Adlai Loudy (1893-1984). A collection of three works: (1) The Sacred Scriptures; (2) How to Study the Scriptures; (3) Who are "the Saints" of the Scriptures? (Loudy), Paperback. 60 pages. $6.95
The Testimony Through the Ages (#2169) by Dr. R. F. Suerig (1900-1994). Man has not been left without a knowledge of God and His sovereignty. To find the message of God we must give honest consideration to the Book which claims to be His Word. Suerig pastored Congregational and Presbyterian churches in Saint Louis and Denver before founding and pastoring the Grace Memorial Church in Denver (1947-1984). For 45 years he was teacher of The Grace Broadcast, a national radio program. He was longtime editor of The Testimony magazine, was an associate of Charles F. Baker, J.C. O’Hair in founding the Grace Gospel Fellowship. Facsimile. Paperback. 166 Pages. $14.95
These Are God’s Sons (#1391) Warren Young Kimball (1909-2002). This book was the product of an intense desire of more than thirty years to tell the story of the Evangel of Christ, and more particularly the “Secret of the Calling on High in Christ Jesus.” (fc) Paperback. 134 pages. $12.95
This Do in Remembrance (#2244) by Otis Q. Sellers. A Scriptural examination of a common church custom by independent student and teacher of the Word of God; editor of The Word of Truth. Facsimile. Paperback. 60 Pages. $7.95
Though I Spoke With Tongues: A Personal Testimony (#2367) by Dr. A. (Anderw) J. (Jackson) “Jack” Roddy (1919-1997). “This was written by one who for number of years was a member of a modern “Pentecostal” group. The author simply outlines his own personal testimony and observation. Coupled with the simple, clear explanation is a commendable charity. Indeed, often it seemed that the writer went out of his way to avoid any charge of unfairness.” – Leslie K. Tarr, The Gospel Witness (January 6, 1955) Roddy was Professor of Greek and Hebrew at New Orleans Baptist Seminary, and Chairman of the Department of Modern Languages at California Baptist College (Riverside). Facsimile. Paperback. 66 pages. $8.95
Thoughts by the Way (#1131) by Donald George Hayter (1911-1988). Hayter, of Bournemouth England, was an associate of John H. Essex. (fc) Paperback, 32 Pages. $3.95
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). Facsimile Paperback. 80 Pages. $9.95
Time and Eternity: A Biblical Study (#1025) by G. T. Stevenson. Paperback. 74 pages. $9.95

To Know Him (#1292) by Warren Young Kimball (1909-2002). Kimball, a prolific author, was an associate of A. W. Knoch and director of the Eonian Evangel Foundation. This is 42 lessons on the Lord Jesus Christ from Matthew to Revelation. (fc) Paperback. 154 pages. $13.95

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. (fc) Paperback. 94 pages. $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 Paperback. 342 pages. $19.95


The Two Babylons (#2602) by Alexander Hislop (1807-1865). Hislop was a Free Church of Scotland minister known for his criticisms of the Roman Catholic Church. He was born and raised in Duns, Berwickshire. First published as a pamphlet in Edinburgh in 1853, The Two Babylons was greatly expanded in 1858, and since that time has appeared in many editions in Great Britain and the United States. The book shows that the Catholic Church was a Babylonian mystery cult, and pagan. He documents that Roman Catholic religious practices are pagan practices grafted onto true Christianity during the reign of Constantine. He documents the merger between the Roman state religion and its adoration of the mother and child was transferred to Christianity, merging Christian characters with pagan mythology. It traces Papal worship to the worship of Nimrod and his wife, complete in every detail. Offering proof for every statement, it includes more than 260 original sources of facts, citing title and place and date of publication of each. Illustrated with 61 woodcuts from Nineveh, Babylon, Egypt, Pompeii, and other ancient lands.

The Two Babylons is one of the great books in the Christian literature of apologetics. It is written in the classical style, with a wealth of material in the footnotes buttressing the facts brought forth in the argument. … The author of The Two Babylons demonstrates that almost all of the practices of the Roman cult have been brought over from paganism. When we come to see that the worship of the Virgin Mary is really the worship of Venus, Astarte, and that it comes from Babylon, the center of the system is revealed to be Satanic. … By all means circulate this book.” – Donald Grey Barnhouse, D.D (1895-1960) Facsimile Paperback. 354 Pages. $19.95
Universal Restoration: Four Dialogues Between a Minister and His Friend (#0691) Elhanan Winchester (1751-1797). (fc) Paperback. 276 pages. $19.95
Universalism Asserted (or Christ Triumphant) (#2264) by Thomas Allin (1838–1909). Allin was a Church of Ireland clergyman, graduate of Trinity College, Dublin and botanical naturalist. He was influenced by the work of Hosea Ballou. He originally published Universalism Asserted in 1890, this book answers the question of questions: Can evil triumph finally over Good? If we answer affirmatively with the popular creed, we are practically falling into Dualism, but if we reply in the negative, we are teaching the universal salvation of all. Men strive to save the popular creed by various modifications: by diminishing the number of the lost, by softening their torments, or by asserting their annihilation. What are all these but so many tacit confessions that men everywhere feel it impossible to maintain the creed still generally professed? This early work on universal reconciliation deals with these things, and more, including much interesting church history. Facsimile Paperback. 336 Pages. $14.95
Universalism: The Prevailing Doctrine of the Christian Church - During the First Five Hundred Years (#1230) by J.W. (John Wesley) Hanson (1823-1901). (fc) paperback, 328 pages. $22.95
The Universalist’s Book of Reference (#1858) E. E. (Everet Emmett) Guild (1811-). This work is designed to be what the title suggests: a book of reference. It is a collection of some of what has been said in favor of, or in opposition to, the views generally entertained by Universalists. That the subjects discussed in this volume are important, no one will dispute. We have endeavored to treat them candidly and fairly, and to present in a condensed form all the information which we possess concerning them. 978-1-62904-185-8 Paperback. 382 Pages. (fc) $22.95
The Universalist’s Miscellany: Intended Chiefly as an Antidote Against the Antichristian Doctrine of Endless Misery. Editor: William Vidler (1758-1816). Vidler, though raised Anglican, become a nonconformist minister and editor who ultimately embraced Universalist and Unitarian teachings. He was assistant of, and successor to, Elhanan Winchester in London, as well as an associate of Nathaniel Scarlett. He was editor and publisher of a monthly periodical, originally known as The Universalist's Miscellany (1797-1801), and later as The Universal Theological Magazine (1802-1805). Four Volumes. Paperback. (fc) $26.95 each
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The Unsearchable Riches of Christ (#1735) J. C. O'Hair (1876-1958). This extensive volume is dedicated to saints of God who know the meaning of II Timothy 1:8: “Be thou not therefore ashamed of the testimony of our Lord, nor of me His prisoner; but be thou partaker of the afflictions of the gospel according to the power of God.” Paperback. 392 Pages. $19.95
The Unselfishness of God and How I Discovered It (#3920) The autobiography of Hannah Whitall Smith (1832–1911). Smith was the author of the famed A Christian’s Secret of a Happy Life (1875). She was influential in the “higher life” and “holiness” movements. Remarkably, she would come to see and embrace the salvation of all. She included a description of this journey and understanding in this autobiography published in 1903. Not surprisingly, her autobiography would subsequently be republished, but with her accounts of coming to the conviction of the salvation of all having been removed. This publication is the complete and unabridged facsimile of the original edition. 322 pages, facsimile paperback. $19.95
The Virgin Birth of Christ – Fact or Fiction? (#2312) by Dr. Harold P. Morgan (1883-1953). A defense of the virgin birth of Christ. Facsimile Paperback. 48 pages. $6.95
The Voyage and Shipwreck of St. Paul - by James Smith (1782-1867). Smith, the son of a wealthy merchant of Scotland, devoted his life to the pursuit of sailing, geography, nautical matters, and the writings of Luke. This work was first published in 1848. This historical work includes dissertations on the life and writings of Luke, and ancient ships and navigation. Facsimile. 362 Pages. (#3082) Hardcover $32.95; (#3081) Paperback $22.95
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Was Peter the Rock Upon Which Christ Built His Church? (#2329) by Dr. Harold P. Morgan (1883-1953). 1. Do the Holy Scriptures assign to Peter the office of supreme head and ruler of the “church”? 2. Did Christ commit to Peter universal spiritual jurisdiction and absolute power over mankind? 3. Have the long line of successors in the popedom inherited the plenitude of power and authority which is claimed for Peter? 4. Are the popes today precisely what Peter is said to have been officially when he ruled the “church” from Rome? 5. What is the Pope's present program? These are the questions answered in this work. Facsimile Paperback. 50 Pages. $6.95
“The Way”- Chapters on the Christian Life (#1803) Sir Robert Anderson (1841-1918). This rare title has such chapters as: “What Grace Teaches,” “On Being Pilgrims,” and “The Intermediate State,” among others. 978-1-62904-180-3 Paperback. 188 Pages. (fc) $16.95
What About the Concordant Literal New Testament? (#1628) Dr. Frank Neil Pohorlak (1907-1988). “God’s Word is mankind’s most precious possession.” Thus begins the explanatory introduction to the Concordant Literal New Testament. It will be helpful to use in introducing the Version to others as well as providing a valuable guide for approaching the vast treasures of God’s Word. Facsimile. Paperback. 32 pages. $4.95
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. Paperback. 42 pages. $4.95
“With Him” or, Studies in the Epistle to the Ephesians (#1322) by W. Leon Tucker (1871-1934). A classic dispensational commentary on Ephesians. (fc) Paperback. 124 pages. $11.95
The Words of Jesus: As Recorded in the New Testament, Chronologically Arranged With Dates and Places of Interest (#2145) by Albert Hallett. First published in 1904 this work arranges the words of Jesus in the Gospels in chronological order under separate headings which provide the person to whom they were spoken, the place and date, down to the day of the month by then modern calculation. Facsimile. Paperback. 122 Pages. 12.95
The Works of Flavius Josephus - The Antiquities of the Jews (#2664) by Flavius Josephus (37-100 a.d.). Translated by William Whiston (1667-1752). Revised Translation by A. R. Shilleto (1848-1894). Topographical Notes by Sir. C. W. Wilson (1836-1905). 3 Volume Facsimile Set. Paperback. 1390 Pages. $69.95
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. Paperback. 318 Pages. $19.95
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. Facsimile, Paperback. 476 pages $23.95
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. Facsimile. 462 Pages.
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