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Notes on the Book of Leviticus

By Mackintosh, Charles Henry

Boston: J A Whipple, 1920. . 421 pages, by an early Brethren writer. This copy undated but probably about 100 years old.. Cloth. Average.

$5.00

What the Bible Teaches: Ritchie New Testament Commentaries: Volume 1: Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, Philemon

By Hunter, Jack; Leckie, Albert; Maxwell, Sydney; Bentley, Thomas; McShane, Albert

Kilmarnock: John Ritchie Limited, 2007. . 412 pages.. Paperback. Good.

$9.01

Things Which Must Shortly Come to Pass

By Pollock, Algernon J

London: Central Bible Truth Depot, 1918. . 264 pages, boards a bit stained, endpapers etc foxed.. Cloth. Average Minus.

$3.67

Notes on the Epistles

By Miller, John

Leicester: Hayes Press, 1986. . 708 pages. Hayes Press is the publishing house of the Churches of God, a small British Brethren grouping who are also known by the name of their magazine, Needed Truth.. Hard Cover. Good Plus.

$11.68

The Tabernacle's Typical Teaching

By Pollock, Algernon J

London: Central Bible Truth Depot, 1946. . 158 pages. This copy undated.. Cloth. Average.

$5.00

What the Bible Teaches: Ritchie New Testament Commentaries: Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, Philemon

By Hunter, Jack; Leckie, Albert; Maxwell, Sydney; Bentley, Thomas; McShane, Albert

Kilmarnock: John Ritchie Limited, 1983. . 414 pages.. Hard Cover. Good/Good.

$12.68

Sharing the Good News in C21: Evangelism in a Local Church Context

By McQuoid, Stephen

Carlisle: Partnership/Paternoster Press, 2002. . 118 pages, paper browned, a little pen annotation and marking.. First Edition. Paperback. Average.

$2.34

George Muller (Müller, Mueller): Delighted in God (HistoryMakers series)
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George Muller (Müller, Mueller): Delighted in God (HistoryMakers series)

By Steer, Roger

Tain: Christian Focus Publications, 2004. . 253 pages. Paper slightly browned.. Paperback. Good.

$3.67

The Epistle to the Romans

By Vine, W E [William Edwy]

Bangalore: Scripture Literature Press (jointly with Pickering & Inglis), 1935. . 409 pages, edges etc foxed, dust jacket a little torn round edges, front endpaper missing.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Average/Average Minus.

$9.01

The Forty Days of Scripture - Sixteen Addresses

By Wolston, Walter Thomas Prideaux

Edinburgh: Gospel Messenger Office, 1925. . 344 pages, spine faded, covers slightly stained. 16 addresses on different instances of "forty days" in the Bible.. Third Edition. Cloth. Average.

$6.34

By This Conquer, or, Studies in the Epistle to the Philippians

By Borland, Andrew

Kilmarnock: John Ritchie Ltd, 1930. . 232 pages, edges foxed. No print date to title page, foreword dated 1930.. Cloth. Average.

$7.67

An Outline of the Revelation

By Coates, Charles Andrew

London: Stow Hill Bible and Tract Depot, 1935. . 250 pages, undated. Previous owner's address stamps to endpapers; edges a bit foxed.. Cloth. Average.

$5.00

Kingdom of the Sun

By Brown, Roger H

Bath: Echoes of Service, 1977. . 207 pages. Through the medium of fiction the author, a Brethren missionary, looks at the progress of the gospel in Bolivia at three periods of history, the Spanish Conquest, the Liberation under Bolivar, and the present day of the date of publication. Map and 3 illustrations.. First Edition. Paperback. Good.

$3.67

Andrew's Own Brother

By Anon (E E S)

London: G Morrish, 1931. . 87 pages, illustrated, foxed, tear to one page. Attractive cream coloured covers with black decoration and colour picture of lake (Galilee?) to front cover. A book for children about Simon Peter. Unknown Brethren author, who may also have written "Family Pets: The History of Jacky Jackdaw and the Rest of them". Hard Cover. Average.

$2.67

An Exposition of the Second Epistle to Timothy: With a Translation of an Amended Text

By Kelly, William

London: F E Race, 1913. . 234 pages, paper a bit browned, especially edges.. Second Edition (Revised). Cloth. Average.

$6.34

The Decision and the Consequence

By Belton, Cecil

London: Mr R D Cole, 1925. . 129 pages, in brown print, back cover dampstained (minimal smell). Three extended non-rhyming poems 1) The Voice of the People (on the trial of Jesus); 2) The Voice of God - Grace (on the second chapter of Acts); 3) The Voice of God - Judgement (imagining the experiences and thoughts of captives from the fall of Jerusalem). Cecil Belton belonged to the "Needed Truth" (Churches of God) Brethren movement. . Cloth. Average Minus.

$4.00

Baptism: Studies in the Original Christian Baptism; Its History and Conflicts; Its Relation to a State or National Church; and Its Significance for the Present Time

By Warns, Johannes; Lang, George Henry (translator)

London: Paternoster Press, 1962. . 352 pages. Johannes Warnes (1874-1937) the son of a Lutheran minister became the leading teacher amongst open Brethren assemblies in Germany. Introduction by his brother-in-law Erich Sauer.. Hard Cover. Good/Good.

$8.01

The Bible Treasury: A Monthly Magazine of Papers on Scriptural Subjects: Vol 11: 1876-1877; Vol 12 (first half): 1878

By Kelly, William (editor)

London: George Morrish, 1878. . Vol 11 (380 pages) + first half of Vol 12 (192 pages) bound in one large volume covering Jan 1876 - Dec 1878. Articles by W Kelly, J N Darby, G V Wigram, J B Stoney, C E Stuart, H H Snell.. Cloth. Average. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$16.68

Can a Young Man Trust His God?

By Gook, Arthur

London: Pickering and Inglis, 1957. . 47 pages. Arthur Gook was a homoeopath and Open Brethren missionary in Iceland. This copy undated.. Third Edition. Paperback. Average.

$1.33

The Tabernacle in the Wilderness

By Ritchie, John

Glasgow: The Publishing Office, 1885. . 124 pages, illustrated. This copy undated. Front flyleaf missing.. Cloth. Average.

$2.34

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