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Contents of disk:

Handbook of all Denominations - containing an account of their Origin and History, a statement of their faith and usages by M Phelan 1915

A Brief History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints by Edward Anderson 1905

The Psychology of Religious Sects by Henry Clay McComas 1912

Sketch of the Various Denominations of the Christian world and of atheism, deism, Mahometanism by John Evans 1841

Religious Denominations of the World by Vincent Milner 1868 (so many listed here, most I haven't even heard of)

A General History of the Catholic Church by Joseph E Darras. Volume 1, 1865

A General History of the Catholic Church by Joseph E Darras. Volume 2, 1865

The Book of Religions by John Hayward 1858

Modern Messiahs and Wonder Workers - A History of Various Messianic Claimants and of their Sects by William Oxley 1889 (Emanuel Swedenborg, Ann Lee, Johanna Southcott, Joseph Smith, Edward Irving, Thomas Lake Harris, Mary Ann Girling, James White, The Mother, HP Blavatsky)

The Fundamentals of Protestantism by Robert Miller 1915

The History of Protestantism by James Wylie, Volume 1 1870

A History of the Plymouth Brethren by William Blair Neatby 1901

Baptist, Why and Why Not 1900

English Sects - an historical handbook by Arthur Reynolds 1921

Presbyterians - a Popular Narrative of their origin, progress, doctrines, and achievements by George Hays 1892

Baptist Beliefs by Edgar Y Mullins 1912

Religious Delusions, with chapters on Adventists, Mormons, Muslims, Jehovah's Witnesses [Russellism] and more, by James Vincent Coombs 1904

The Origin and History of the Primitive Methodist Church, Volume 1 by HB Kendall 1906

The Origin and History of the Primitive Methodist Church, Volume 2 by HB Kendall 1906

Christian denominations - A brief exposition of the history and the teachings of Christian denominations found in English-speaking countries by VH Krull 1917

The Quakers, a Study Historical and critical by FS Turner 1911

Holsinger's History of the Tunkers (Dunkards) and the Brethren Church, embracing the Church of the Brethren, the Tunkers, the Seventh-day German Baptist church, the German Baptist church, the Old German Baptists, and the Brethren church, including their origin, doctrine, biography and literature 1901

The Amish Mennonites. A sketch of their origin, and of their settlement in Iowa, with their creed in an appendix by BL Wick 1894

Historic background and annals of the Swiss and German pioneer settlers of southeastern Pennsylvania, and of their remote ancestors, from the middle of the dark ages, down to the time of the revolutionary war; an authentic history, from original sources with particular reference to the German-Swiss Mennonites or Anabaptists, the Amish and other nonresistant sects 1917 by HF Eshleman

Pennsylvania Dutch, and Other Essays by Phebe Gibbons 1872

Shaker Communism by FW Evans 1871

Cyclopaedia of Religious Denominations 1853

The History and Doctrines of Irvingism, Volume 1 by Edward Miller 1878

The History and Doctrines of Irvingism, Volume 2 by Edward Miller 1878

A Selected Bibliography of the Religious Denominations of the United States by George F Bowerman 1896

Christian sects in the nineteenth century by Caroline Frances Cornwallis 1846 (Quakers, Socinians and Unitarians, General Baptists, Calvinists, Welseyan Methodists, Swedenborgians, Plymouth Brethren, Presbyterians, Independents, Particular Baptists, Sub and Supralasarians, Sandemanians, Calvinistic Methodists, Romanism and Ceremonial Religion)

The Mennonites of America by Henry Smith 1909

The Religious Controversies of Scotland by Henry F Henderson 1905

Some Modern Isms by TC Johnson 1919 (Mormonism, Eddyism, or Christian Science, Russellism [Jehovah's Witnesses, Watchtower] Nietzscheism)

In the Cult Kingdom by John E Brown 1918 (Mormonism, Eddyism, and Russellism)

Mennonites in the World War by JS Hartzler

Christ's headship of the church, according to Anabaptist leaders, whose followers became Mennonites by J Langenwalter 1922

The Mennonites in Manitoba by J Galbraith 1900

Arminianism in History by Geo L Curtiss 1894

A History of the Anabaptists in Switzerland by Henry Burrage 1882

Balthasar Hubmaier, the leader of the Anabaptists by Henry Vedder 1905

Unitarian Thought by E Emerton 1911

The Episcopalians by Daniel D Addison 1904

The Mormon Point-of-view by NL Nelson 1904

Why are you a Lutheran? A series of Dissertations, explanatory of the doctrines, government, discipline, liturgical economy, distinctive traits, etc., of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in the United States by Benjamin Kurtz 1843

Mormon Doctrine, plain and simple by Charles Penrose 1888

Why I am not a Swedenborgian by JA Williams 1867

An answer to _Why I am not a Swedenborgian_ by John Parker 1867

Christian Socialism by M Kaufmann 1888

Catholic Socialism by F Nitti 1911



The Doukhobors, their history in Russia, their migration to Canada by Joseph Elkinton 1903

Four Modern Religious Movements by AH Forster 1911 (Spiritualism; Christian Science; Theosophy; Mormon Church)

A History of the Congregational churches in the United States by W Walker 1894

Origin and early history of the Disciples of Christ by WW Jennings 1919

Catholicism - Roman and Anglican by AM Fairbairn 1899

A Brief Exposition of the Fanaticism, false doctrines, and absurdities, of the people called Shakers 1822

Eighteen centuries of the Orthodox Greek Church by AH Hore 1899

The Social Gospel and the New Era by John Marshall Barker 1919

Rise and fall of the Anabaptists by Ernest Bax 1903

The Dutch Anabaptists by Henry Dosker 1921

Zwingli - The Rise of the Reformation in Switzerland by Raget Christoffel 1858

Dictionary of Sects, Heresies and Ecclesiastical Parties by John Henry Blunt 1874

History of Christian churches and sects, from the earliest ages of Christianity, Volume 1 by JB Marsden 1856 (Church of Abyssinia, Albigenses, Episcopal, Anglo-Catholics, Antinomians, Arians, Armenian Church, ARMINIANS, Baptists, or Anabaptists, Behmenites, Brethren, Brethren of The Free Spirit, Brethren, Unitas Fratrum, or Moravians, Brownists, Calvinists, Coptic Church, Covenanters, Docetes, Donatists, Church of England, Free Church of Scotland, French Protestant Church, Society of Friends Greek Church, Gnostics)

History of Christian churches and sects, from the earliest ages of Christianity, Volume 1 by JB Marsden 1856 (Huntingdon's (Lady) Connexion, Independents, Church of Ireland, Irvinqites, Lutherans, Mormonites, or Latter Day Saints, Nestorians, Presbyterians, Puritans, Church of Rome, Church of Russia, Church of Scotland, Scottish Episcopal Church, Shakers, Swedenborgians, Unitarians, Universalists, Wesleyan Methodists, New Connexion)

The Churches of Christendom 1884 (Church of the Waldenses, Lutheran Church, Presbyterian Churches, Anglican Church, Society of Friends, and Congregationalists, Methodist Church)

Philosophy and Faith of Universalism by FW Betts 1913

Life Sketches of Ellen G. White (Adventist) 1915

The Life of Mary Baker Eddy by S Wilbur 1908 (Church of Christ, Scientist)

The Doctrines of the Salvation Army 1892

The Puritans and their principles by Edwin Hall 1851

The History of the Waldenses with a sketch of the Christian church from the birth of Christ to the 18th century by William Jones 1816 Volume 1

The History of the Waldenses with a sketch of the Christian church from the birth of Christ to the 18th century by William Jones 1816 Volume 2

Southern Quakers and Slavery by Stephen Weeks 1896

A History of the Society of Friends in America by Allen C Thomas 1895

The American Church History Series, Volume 1 by Philip Schaff 1893

The American Church History Series, Volume 2 by Philip Schaff 1893

The American Church History Series, Volume 3 by Philip Schaff 1893

The American Church History Series, Volume 4 by Philip Schaff 1893

The American Church History Series, Volume 5 by Philip Schaff 1893

The American Church History Series, Volume 6 by Philip Schaff 1893

The American Church History Series, Volume 7 by Philip Schaff 1893

The American Church History Series, Volume 8 by Philip Schaff 1893

The American Church History Series, Volume 9 by Philip Schaff 1893

The American Church History Series, Volume 11 by Philip Schaff 1893

The American Church History Series, Volume 12 by Philip Schaff 1893

The American Church History Series, Volume 13 by Philip Schaff 1893
(Contains histories of the the Baptist churches, Congregational churches, Evangelical Lutheran Church, Methodists, Presbyterian churches, Protestant Episcopal Church, Reformed Church, Dutch, Reformed Church, German, Moravian Church, Roman Catholic Church, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, United Presbyterian Church, Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Southern Presbyterian Church, Disciples of Christ, Society of Friends, United Brethren in Christ)

The Plain Guide to Universalism by Thomas Whittemore 1840



The History of the Reformation of the Church of England by Gilbert Burnet Volume 1 1865

The History of the Reformation of the Church of England by Gilbert Burnet Volume 2 1865

The History of the Reformation of the Church of England by Gilbert Burnet Volume 3 1865

The History of the Reformation of the Church of England by Gilbert Burnet Volume 4 1865

The History of the Reformation of the Church of England by Gilbert Burnet Volume 5 1865

The History of the Reformation of the Church of England by Gilbert Burnet Volume 6 1865

The History of the Reformation of the Church of England by Gilbert Burnet Volume 7 1865

History and Characteristics of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church by David Demarest 1856

A History of the New Thought Movement by HW Dresser 1919

A Protestant Dictionary by Charles H Wright 1904

Non-Catholic denominations by Robert Hugh Benson 1921

The Puritan Bible and other contemporaneous Protestant versions by WJ Heaton 1913

Christian Life and Character of the Civil Institutios by BF Morris 1864

Plus you get:

Am I a Christian, article in the Manifesto Restaurant

Why I am a Christian

Why Are You Become a Catholic by R Sibthorp 1842

Why a Catholic in the 19th Century by William Dix 1878

Why I am a Mormon by by OF Ursenbach 1910

Why I Am What I Am 1891 - Chapters include: WHY I AM A BAPTIST, WHY I AM A PRESBYTERIAN, WHY I AM A METHODIST EPISCOPALIAN, WHY I AM AN EPISCOPALIAN, WHY I AM A CATHOLIC, WHY I AM A CONGREGATIONALISM, WHY I AM A UNIVERSALIST, WHY I AM A NEW-CHURCHMAN, WHY I AM A UNITARIAN, WHY I AM A JEW, WHY I AM A LUTHERAN, WHY I AM A FRIEND, WHY I AM A DISCIPLE, WHY I AM A SEVENTH-DAY BAPTIST (Multiple authors)

Why I am a Churchman by William Odom 1912

The Primitive Churchman, Or, Reasons why I am not an Episcopalian 1851

Reasons why I am a Unitarian by JR Beard 1872

Why I Am a Churchman by George Randall 1878

Why I am a Methodist by James Lawson 1886

Three reasons why I am a Baptist by JM Pendleton 1903

Why I am a Protestant by W Stephenson 1872

Why I believe the Bible by D Burrell 1917

What I believe and why I believe it by Ronald Blight 1913

Why I am a Christian By John Jabez Lanier 1914

Why I am a Christian - A few reasons for our faith By William Edward Heygate 1876

Why I am Content to be a Christian by Ernest de Witte Burton, article in The Biblical world 1909

Why I am a Christian, 3 articles in the Upper Room Bulletin 1920

Why I am a Christian Socialist, article in the Arena Magazine 1907

The Faith of Catholics confirmed by Scripture and attested by the Fathers by Joseph Berington 1830

Why I believe in Jesus Christ, by Shailer Matthews 1921

Primers of the Faith by James Gray 1906

Yahvism and other Discourses by Adolph Moses 1903 (Who Is the Real Atheist? Losing God and Finding God, The Reasons Why I Believe in God, Why I Am a Jew)

The faith by which we live by Charles Fiske 1919 (Chapter 2 - Why I believe in God)

Christ in Modern Life by SA Brooke (Sermons) 1872

Our Churches and Why we Belong to Them by WJ Little 1898
(Church of England, Congregational Church, Baptist Church, Wesleyan Methodist Church, Society of Friends, Established Church of Scotland, Free Church of Scotland, United Presbyterian Church, Welsh Calvanistic Church, Church of England (Evangelical))

The Pitts-street chapel lectures 1858 (Why I am a Methodist, "Why are you a Universalist?, "Why I am a Baptist, Why am I a Trinitarian Congregationalist? Why I am a churchman, Why I am a Unitarian, Spiritual Christianity)

Is Christianity true? 1904

Faith made easy; or, What to believe, and why by James Potts 1888

Why We Christians Believe in Christ by Charles Gore 1904

What do Reformed Episcopalians believe? by Charles Cheney 1888

I believe in God the Father Almighty by John Barrows 1892

I believe in God and in evolution by William Keen 1922

Reasons why we should believe in God, love God, and obey God by Peter Burnett 1884

The Reason of Faith - An answer unto that enquiry, wherefore we believe the Scripture to be the Word of God by John Owen 1801

The Book of Books by John Lea 1922

The Christian Professor Addressed in a series of counsels and cautions to the members of Christian churches by John James 1838

Why do you believe the Bible to be the word of God (some pages missing - some hard to read) by Josiah Bateman 1851

Why we Believe the Bible by John Phillips Thurston Ingraham 1916

Reason and authority in religion by James Sterrett 1891 (Why do I believe the Catholic Faith)

My study, and other essays by Austin Phelps (Why do I believe Christianity to be a Revelation FROM God?)



A Protestant Converted to Catholicity by her Bible and prayer-book by Fanny Pittar 1904

How I got faith  - Confessions of a Converted Infidel by Willis Brown 1914

Confessions of a Converted Infidel by John Bayley 1856

Charles Elwood - the Infidel Converted by Augustus Brownson 1845

Can a man be converted after he is 23 by William Barton 1904

Discussion of the Existence of God, and the Authenticity of the Bible
by Origen Bacheler, Robert Dale Owen 1840

On the Power, Wisdom and Goodness of God as Manifested in the Creation of Animals
by William Kirby - 1835

Cyclopedia of Moral and Religious Anecdotes 1851 by K Arvine

Followers after strange gods by Joseph G Cannon 1913

Plus You Get:

The supremacy of Peter by Moses Kellogg 1897

Which is the True Church? A few plain reasons for joining the Roman Catholic communion by FBC Allnat 1881

The True Religion -  being the Grounds of the Catholic faith by Ernest Messenger 1915

St. Peter at Rome by John Stewart M'Corry 1874

The Manual of the Holy Catholic Church embracing The beautiful teachings of the holy Catholic Church simplified and explained in the form of questions and answers by James McGovern 1906

The Supremacy of St. Peter and his successors the Roman pontiffs

Christ's Masterpiece - a study of the one true church by William F Robison 1918

The Catholic Church Alone - the one true church of Christ, sumptuously illustrated with famous paintings by the great masters by Henry Dodridge 1903

The scriptural argument against Apostolical succession - its claim of supremacy for Peter by Thomas Stratten 1845

Catholicism, the true rationalism by Francis Woodlock 1922

The Roman Catholic Church and religion vindicated - the true church of Christ, and the Christian religion, the Holy Catholic Church professed by the Apostles' Creed, deduced from the Holy Bible and tradition by Michael Benedict Pembridge 1806

The History of the Popes by Archibald Bower Volume 1 - 1845

The History of the Popes by Archibald Bower Volume 2 - 1845

The History of the Popes by Archibald Bower Volume 3 - 1845

The Catholic Church the only true church of God - the fallacy of private interpretation clearly proved, the orthodoxy of the Catholic religion established by Father Damen 1871

What is Catholicism? by Edmond Henri Adolphe Scherer 1900

The path which led a Protestant lawyer to the Catholic church by Peter H Burnett 1859

Catholics and the American Revolution, Volume 1 by Martin Griffin 1907

Catholics and the American Revolution, Volume 1 by Martin Griffin 1907

Catholics and the American Revolution, Volume 1 by Martin Griffin 1907

The Truths of the Catholic Religion proved from Scripture alone, Volume 1 by Thomas Butler 1857

The Truths of the Catholic Religion proved from Scripture alone, Volume 2 by Thomas Butler 1857

Catholic dogma - the fundamental truths of revealed religion 1892

Protestant errors and Roman Catholic truths by Noel Thomas Ellison 1829 (often hard to read)

Catholic truth in history by Hilaire Belloc 1921

A history of the Catholic Church by Lucas Businger 1913

A short history of the Catholic church by H Wedewer 1918

A history of the Catholic church by Theodore Noethen 1871

A Short history of the Catholic Church by FG Walpole 1900

A Manual of Church History Volume 1 by Henry Newman 1901

A Manual of Church History Volume 2 by Henry Newman 1903

Were the Church Fathers Communists? article in International Journal of Ethics 1904

Alleged Socialism of the Church Fathers by John A Ryan 1913

History of the Catholic Church in the United States by John G Shea Volume 1, 1886

History of the Catholic Church in the United States by John G Shea Volume 2, 1886

History of the Catholic Church in the United States by John G Shea Volume 3, 1886

History of the Catholic Church in the United States by John G Shea Volume 4, 1886

The Lives of the Popes in the Early Middle Ages, Volume 1-1 by Horace Mann 1906

The Lives of the Popes in the Early Middle Ages, Volume 1-2 by Horace Mann 1906

The Lives of the Popes in the Early Middle Ages, Volume 2 by Horace Mann 1906

The Lives of the Popes in the Early Middle Ages, Volume 3 by Horace Mann 1906

The Lives of the Popes in the Early Middle Ages, Volume 4 by Horace Mann 1906

The Lives of the Popes in the Early Middle Ages, Volume 5 by Horace Mann 1906

The Lives of the Popes in the Middle Ages, Volume 6 by Horace Mann 1906

The Lives of the Popes in the Middle Ages, Volume 7 by Horace Mann 1906

The Lives of the Popes in the Middle Ages, Volume 8 by Horace Mann 1906

History of the Popes during the Last Four Centuries, Volume 1, by Leopold von Ranke 1913

History of the Popes during the Last Four Centuries, Volume 2, by Leopold von Ranke 1913

History of the Popes during the Last Four Centuries, Volume 3, by Leopold von Ranke 1913

Primitive Catholicism by Pierre Batiffol 1911

What is Arminianism by DD Whedon 1897

The Life of James Arminius by Casper Brandt 1857

History of all Christian Sects and Denominations by John Evans 1844

Our Seven Churches by Thomas K Beecher 1870

Churches: their origin and claims by Samuel Houston 1892

The Evangelical Denominations of the Age by SG Phillips 1882

History of all the Religious Denominations in the United States 1849

A Manual of the History of Dogmas, Volume 1 by BJ Otten 1917

A Manual of the History of Dogmas, Volume 2 by BJ Otten 1917

The Varieties of Religious Experience by William James 1902

The Pioneer Quakers by Richard P Hallowell 1887



The Quakers as Makers of America by D Gregg 1896

The Quakers in Great Britain and America by Charles Holder 1913

Three hundred years of the Episcopal Church in America by George Hodges 1908

Corner-stones of Faith - The origin and characteristics of the Christian Denominations of the United States by Charles Small 1898

Religion-Its Prophets And False Prophets by James Bishop Thomas 1918

Insights and Heresies by Anna Bishop Scofield 1913

A Study of the Sects by William Lyon 1895

The Book of Churches and Sects 1826

The Russian Orthodox Church by Archpriest Basaroff 1873

The Schism between the Oriental and Western Churches by George B Howard 1892

Christendom's divisions by Edmund Salusbury Ffoulkes - 1865

The Great Schism of the West by Louis Salembier 1907

Calvin Defended against Drs. Cunningham and Hodge - article in the Southern Presbyterian Review 1876

Why I Am What I Am 1891 - Chapters include: WHY I AM A BAPTIST, WHY I AM A PRESBYTERIAN, WHY I AM A METHODIST EPISCOPALIAN, WHY I AM AN EPISCOPALIAN, WHY I AM A CATHOLIC, WHY I AM A CONGREGATIONALISM, WHY I AM A UNIVERSALIST, WHY I AM A NEW-CHURCHMAN, WHY I AM A UNITARIAN, WHY I AM A JEW, WHY I AM A LUTHERAN, WHY I AM A FRIEND, WHY I AM A DISCIPLE, WHY I AM A SEVENTH-DAY BAPTIST (Multiple authors)

Calvinism Popularized - the 5 Points Carbonized in a Series of Discussions with enquirers or opponents by Harry Long 1895

Calvinism Improved by Joseph Huntington 1796

A Defence of Some Important Doctrines of the Gospel in 26 Sermons, Preached at the Lime Street Lecture 1844
Includes: The doctrine of Particular Election stated and defended...The doctrine of Original Sin stated and defended...The Scripture doctrine of Particular Redemption stated and vindicated...A plain Scriptural account of a Sinner's Justification before God...The doctrine of Efficacious Grace asserted and vindicated...The doctrine of Perseverance in Grace, stated and defended etc

The Articles of the Synod of Dort 1856

The Difficulties of Arminian Methodism by William Annan 1838

Election Explained and Defended, article in the Presbyterian Preacher 1837

Comparative views of the controversy between Calvinists and the Arminians Volume 1 by William White 1817

Comparative views of the controversy between Calvinists and the Arminians Volume 2 by William White 1817

Review of the Rev. C.H. Spurgeon's 2 Bridges of Calvinism and Arminianism 1858 by Daniel Macafee

Calvinism and Arminianism compared in their Principles and Tendency 1824

Misconceptions of Calvinism by James Middlemiss 4886

Sovereignty of God by GW Northrup 1894

Geneva Catechism 1815

Presbyterians - a Popular Narrative of their origin, progress, doctrines, and achievements by George Hays 1892

Calvinism Pure and Mixed, a defence of the Westminster standards by William Shedd 1893

A Discourse on Predestination by George Christie 1861

Letters of the Rev. John Smith, a Presbyterian Minister to his brother, the Rev. Peter Smith, a Methodist Preacher 1862

Historic Proof of the doctrinal Calvinism of the Church of England Volume 1 by A. Toplady 1774

Historic Proof of the doctrinal Calvinism of the Church of England Volume 2 by A. Toplady 1774

The Religious Controversies of Scotland by Henry Henderson 1905

A Contrast between Calvinism and Hopkinsianism by Ezra Ely 1811

The Doctrine of Absolute Predestination Stated and Asserted by G Sanchi 1811

Discussions, Evangelical and Theological by Robert Lewis Dabney

Discussions Philosophical by Robert Lewis Dabney

Discussions Secular by Robert Lewis Dabney
Robert Lewis Dabney (March 5, 1820 – January 3, 1898) was an American Christian theologian, a Southern Presbyterian pastor, and Confederate Army chaplain.

A Compendious View of Natural and Revealed Religion by John Brown 1817

Protestant thought before Kant by A. McGiffert 1911

The Life and Character of Calvin, the reformer, reviewed and defended by Thomas Smyth 1844

Discussions on Church Principles:Popish, Erastian, and Presbyterian by W Cunningham 1863

Southern Presbyterian Review 1855
Articles such as: Religion and Mathematics, On the Trinity - objections of unreasonableness, contradictions, and the human origin of the word TRINITY, The Poetical Element of the Bible, the Authority of Ecclesiastical Rulers, Necrology, the Living Baptized for the Dead, the Divinity of Christ, Bledsoe's Theodicy, Elohim as a title of God denoting plurality, the Nature and Origin of Pagan Triads, Trinity.

Southern Presbyterian Review 1858
Articles such as: The Constitution of the Presbyterian Church, The Martyrs of Scotland and Sil Walter Scott, Testimony of the Ancient Jews to the Trinity, Historical Sketch of Systems of Theology, Idolatry, Miracles, Vindication of the Messianic Scriptural Interpretations of Isaiah 53, the Teachings of the Dead, the Sabbath Controversy, the Influence of Stimulants on the Manifestation, the Testimony of the Rocks, Geological Speculation,

The Skeptic: Or Discussions of an Unbeliever with a Calvinist, an Arminian and a Universalist by Daniel Noyes Prime 1877

A Presbyterian Clergy man looking for the Church, by FS Mines 1853

The Heidelberg catechism, specially arranged and adapted for use in Sunday schools and catechetical classes 1889

The Heidelberg catechism in Amazon Kindle format

The Nicene Creed by A. E. Burn 1909

The Nicene and Apostles' Creeds: their Literary History: together with an account of the growth and reception of the sermon on the faith, commonly called "The Creed of St. Athanasius" by C.A. Swainson 1875

The Westminster Confession of Faith: with Introduction and Notes 1881

The Mystical Presence - a Vindication of the Reformed or Calvinistic Doctrine of the Holy Eucharist by JW Nevin 1846

Vindication of the Presbyterian Form of Church Government by John Brown 1805

THE PRESBYTERIAN REVIEW AND RELIGIOUS JOURNAL 1848
Articles such as: A Sketch of Popery, Popery, it Character and its Crimes, On the Philosophical Tendencies of the Age, Disserations on the Genuineness of Daniel and the Integrity of Zechariah etc

A Short Vindication of Presbytery by George Whytock 1843

History of the Reformation in Europe in the Time of Calvin Volume 1 by JH Merle d'Aubigné 1863

History of the Reformation in Europe in the Time of Calvin Volume 2 by JH Merle d'Aubigné 1863

History of the Reformation in Europe in the Time of Calvin Volume 3 by JH Merle d'Aubigné 1863

History of the Reformation in Europe in the Time of Calvin Volume 4 by JH Merle d'Aubigné 1863

History of the Reformation in Europe in the Time of Calvin Volume 5 by JH Merle d'Aubigné 1863

History of the Reformation in Europe in the Time of Calvin Volume 6 by JH Merle d'Aubigné 1863

History of the Reformation in Europe in the Time of Calvin Volume 7 by JH Merle d'Aubigné 1863

History of the Reformation in Europe in the Time of Calvin Volume 8 by JH Merle d'Aubigné 1863

The Essential Calvinism by JS Strong 1909



The Works of John Glas 1761 Volume 1 & 2
The Works of John Glas 1761 Volume 3
Glas was a Scottish Presbyterian clergyman who was the founder of the offshoot denomination Sandemanianism (also known as "Glasites")

Michael Faraday, his life and work by SP Thompson 1898

Strictures on Sandemanianism by Robert Fuller
Robert Sandeman was a nonconformist theologian. He was closely associated with the Glasite church which he helped to promote.

The History and Antiquities of Dissenting Churches and Meeting Houses by Walter Wilson 1910

A Sketch of the Denominations of the Christian world by John Evans 1812

The History of Dissenters by James Bennett 1839

The Book of Religions comprising the views, Creeds, Sentiments, or Opinions, of all the Principal Religious Sects in the world, particularly of all Christian denominations in Europe and America by John Hayward 1845

The Sandemanians, article in the New England Magazine, 1896

A Discussion of the Question, Is the Roman Catholic Religion, in any or in all its principles or doctrines, inimical to civil or religious liberty? And of the question, Is the Presbyterian religion, in any or in all its principles or doctrines, inimical to civil or religious liberty? by Hughes and Breckinridge 1836

Complete Works of Rev. Thomas Smyth DD Volume 1 1908

Complete Works of Rev. Thomas Smyth DD Volume 2 1908

Complete Works of Rev. Thomas Smyth DD Volume 3 1908

Complete Works of Rev. Thomas Smyth DD Volume 4 1908

Complete Works of Rev. Thomas Smyth DD Volume 5 1908

Complete Works of Rev. Thomas Smyth DD Volume 6 1908

Complete Works of Rev. Thomas Smyth DD Volume 7 1908

Complete Works of Rev. Thomas Smyth DD Volume 8 1908

Complete Works of Rev. Thomas Smyth DD Volume 9 1908

Complete Works of Rev. Thomas Smyth DD Volume 10 1908
Includes works on:
The Historical and Doctrinal Evidence of Scripture
APOSTOLICAL SUCCESSION
The Value of the Eldership
The Westminster Assembly and the Presbyterians of their time Vindicated from the Charge of Persecution
Articles on the Trinity
The Province of Reason
The Bible, and Not Reason, the Only Certain and Authoritative Source of Our Knowledge
On the Trinity — The Objections and Unreasonableness, Contradiction, and the Human Origin of the Word Trinity
Objections to the Doctrine of the Trinity from the Unity of God, as Taught in Scripture, Answered
The Doctrine of the Trinity, Not Theoretical or Speculative, But Practical in Its Nature, and Fundamental in Its Importance

plus you get:

Geneva Bible 1599

Calvinistic Controversy: Embracing a Sermon on Predestination and Election by Wilbur Fisk 1835

Predestination and Election Considered Scripturally by William Merry 1843

A Discourse on Predestination 1861

The Doctrines of Predestination, Reprobation and Election by Robert Wallace 1880

An Enquiry into the Doctrines of Necessity and Predestination by Edward Copleston 1821

On Calvinism by William Hull 1841

Modern Calvinism Examined 1834

Calvinism and American Independence 1876 by Thomas Balch (light text, hard to read)

Calvinism - Six Stone Lectures by Abraham Kuyper 1899

Calvinism - Pure and Mixed - a Defence of the Westminster Standards 1893 by William Shedd

A Solemn Caution against the Ten Horns of Calvinism by Thomas Taylor 1819

Judgment of the judges of Jehovah or, The Rationalism of Ultra-Calvinism Repudiated by William Aikman 1875

The Arminian Skeleton or The Arminian Dissected and Anatomized by William Huntington 1845

Quakerism Versus Calvinism, Being a Reply to "Quakerism Not Christianity" by David Meredith Reese 1834

Misconceptions of Calvinism by James Middlemiss 1886

What is Calvinism? or, The Confession of Faith in harmony with the Bible and Common Sense in a Series of Dialogues between a Presbyterian Minister and a Young Convert 1854 by William Smith

The Plan of Salvation - Five lectures by B.B. Warfield

Dialogues on Universal Salvation by David Thom 1847

Bible Proofs of Universal Salvation by J.W. Hanson

A Discussion of the Doctrine of universal salvation:  Do the Scriptures teach the Final Salvation of all men?” Affirmative, Rev. T.J. Sawyer, D.D.; Negative, Rev. Isaac Wescott

A Debate on the Doctrine of Universal Salvation by Pingree and Rice 1845

An Oral Debate on the Coming of the Son of Man, Endless Punishment, and Universal Salvation by Erasmus Manford, Benjamin Franklin 1860

A Key to Universalism by Charles FR Shehane 1854

The Plain Guide to Universalism by Thomas Whittemore 1840

Philosophy and Faith of Universalism by FW Betts 1913

Universalism against itself by AW Hall 1883

The Problem of Human Destiny as conditioned by free will (Why I am not a Universalist) by Lyman Abbott 1910

Review of Alexander Halls' Universalism Against Itself by George T Flanders 1847

An Examination of Universalism by Nathan George 1846

Lectures on universalism by Joel Parker 1841

Universalism not of the Bible being an examination of more than one hundred and twenty texts of Scriptures, in controversy between Evangelical Christians and Universalists by ND George 1856

Universalism Examined, Renounced, Exposed by Matthew Hale Smith 1844

Universalism and Problems of the Universalist Church by William Frost Crispin 1888

Lectures on Ultra-Universalism by AW McClure 1838

Sermons in Vindication of Universalism by Pitt Morse 1831

The Social Implications of Universalism by Clarence Russell Skinner 1915

A SHORT ESSAY ON UNIVERSALISM
by Hosea Ballou, ca. 1849

The Latest Word of Universalism - 13 essays 1878

Universalism Illustrated and Defended by Otis Ainsworth Skinner 1839

Theological Discussion on Universalism and Endless Punishment by Foster and Lozier 1867

A Discussion on Universal Salvation and future punishment by E Manford 1870

Universalism: Its Doctrines and Their Foundations by LJ Fletcher 1864

Universalism Tested by Reason and Revelation 1848

Universalism the Prevailing Doctrine of the Christian Church during its first five hundred years; with authorities and extracts by JW Hanson 1899

The Pro and Con of Universalism by George Rogers 1839

The Universalist's Book of Reference containing all the principal facts and arguments, and scripture texts, pro and con, on the great controversy between limitarians and Universalists by EE Guild 1853

Universalism as it is by Edwin Hatfield 1841

An Exposition and Defence of Universalism by JD Williamson 1840

An Exposition of Universalism by John H Power 1843

A Review of Rev. John H. Power's Exposition of Universalism by George Rogers 1847

Universalism a Modern Invention and not according to Godliness by Andrew Royce 1839

Footprints Heavenward, Or Universalism the More Excellent Way by MJ Steere 1862

A Defence containing the Author's Renunciation of Universalism explained and enlarged - the notices and aspersions of Universalist editors answered and repelled - arguments and principles of Universalists, examined and exploded and religion and revelation vindicated against Skepticism and Infidelity, by Lewis Todd 1834

The Universalist's Assistant, or, an Examination of the principal objections commonly urged against Universalism by Darius Forbes 1846

Discussion of Universalism or, A Defence of Orthodoxy against the Heresy of Universalism by WL McCalla 1825

Universalism, the doctrine of the Bible by Ashford Moore 1847

Universalist Belief or the Doctrinal views of Universalists by A Moore 1841

Universalism Antiscriptural by A Falconer 1875

Bible Proofs of Universal Salvation By John Wesley Hanson 1877

Universalism Asserted as the Hope of the Gospel on the authority of reason, the Fathers, and Holy Scripture by Thomas Allin 1895

Modern Universalism and materialism as viewed in the light of Holy Scripture by Edward Softley 1879

Modern Universalism Exposed in an Examination of the writings of Rev. Walter Balfour by Parsons Cooke 1834

Lectures on Modern Universalism - an Exposure of the System, from recent publications of its standard authors by Samuel Butler 1856

Universalism and the Universalist church by John C Adams 1915

Universalism in America Volume 1 by Richard Eddy 1886

Universalism in America Volume 2 by Richard Eddy 1886

The Philosophy of Universalism (some text hard to read) by Isaac Dowd Williamson 1880

A Brief Debate on Universal salvation and endless punishment by JW Hanson 1879 (poor quality scan)

The Bible Hell: The Words Rendered Hell in the Bible, Sheol, Hadees, Tartarus, and Gehenna by John Wesley Hanson 1878

Universalism against partialism by WM Fernald 1840

Bible Threatening Explained. Passages of Scripture Sometimes Quoted to Prove Endless Punishment, Shown to Teach Consequences of Limited Duration by JW Hanson 1878

Remarks on the Distinguishing Doctrine of Modern Universalism which teaches that there is no hell and no punishment for the wicked after death by Adam Empie 1825

Ancient History of Universalism from the time of the Ppostles, to the fifth general council tracing the doctrine to the Reformation by Hosea Ballou 1872

The Doctrine of Eternal Hell Torments Overthrown by Samuel Richardson 1833

The Question of Questions - is Christ indeed the Saviour of the World by Thomas Allin 1885

Pagan origin of Partialist Doctrines by John Claudius Pitrat 1871

Primitive Christianity versus Popular Theology by James Hall 1853

The Anti-Universalist by Josiah Priest 1839

A Report of the Discussion held in Newmarket between a Universalist and a Freewill Baptist, including a reply to a letter from Mr. Balfour 1842

Theological Views (The Teachings of Scripture concerning Punishment, Examination of the doctrine of Future Retribution) by Theodore Clapp 1859

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  1. H L MENCKEN ON PROTESTANTISM

    "Protestantism, in fact, started out upon its career nursing two
    massive errors, each of them sufficient to ruin it. One was the error of
    assuming that all Christians were really Christians, and the other was the error
    of assuming that they were intelligent enough to ascertain and embrace the
    truth. Both were found out very quickly, but not soon enough to get rid
    of them. Their collision with the veriest elements of human nature has
    produced an immense proliferation of fantastic sects and a long series of
    anti-papal popes, beginning with Luther and Calvin."

    "Today Protestantism is either a banal imitation of Catholicism or a
    cruel burlesque upon it. It is almost too incoherent to be discussed
    seriously. I could invent new forms of it almost ad infinitum, as a mathematician
    invents new algebras, and all of them would be ten times as plausible as
    Swedenborgianism, Seventh Day Adventism, Christian Science, Holy
    Rollerism, or the imbecile cults of the Mormons, the Mennonites, the
    Two-Seed-in-the-Spirit Predestinarian Baptists, or the Salvation Army."

    "In such regions bibliolatry turns upon and devours itself. Any
    half-wit, searching Holy Writ, is free to found a sect of his own - and if not
    upon the actual text, then upon the interpolations, mistranslations and
    typographical errors. Thousands of such half-wits, as everyone knows,
    have made use of that franchise, and the result is chaos."

    "The Roman church has escaped the same disaster by keeping the Bible in
    its place. What the Bible says, however it may clash with common knowledge
    and common sense, is inspired and infallible --but Holy Church reserves the
    right to determine precisely what it says. In that reservation there is
    a wisdom beyond the highest flight of philosophers. Once a Frenchman
    announced to an American friend that he was leaving the [Catholic] church of his
    fathers. The American asked what variety of Protestantism he proposed
    to patronize. 'I have lost my faith,' answered the Frenchman icily, 'but
    not my reason.'"

    "The distinction, it seems to me, is quite sound. One might easily
    imagine an intelligent man yielding himself to the voluptuous Roman lure --if
    only cynically, as he might marry a rich and not too dreadful widow. But
    there is surely nothing to seduce him in Protestantism--not even beauty, not
    even the charm of romantic devotion, not even the dignity of the ancient and
    honorable. So far as I am aware, no man of any genuine distinction in
    the world today is a Methodist; if I am in error, I apologize most humbly.
    The news that a poet had been converted to Presbyterianism would be
    first-page stuff anywhere --as much so as the news that he had been converted to
    monogamy."

    "Protestantism, in truth, save in those borderlands where Roman
    altar-fires perfume and denature it, is endurable only to hinds. It spoils the most
    lovely poetry in the world by reducing it to harsh and illiterate
    proses. In Fundamentalism it reaches the nadir of theology. What is worst in
    Fundamentalism is common, perhaps, to all forms of Christianity, but it
    is only in the imprecations of the backwoods Wesleys that it is stated
    plainly. No more shocking nonsense has ever been put into words by theoretically
    civilized men." [Excerpt from 'Treatise of the Gods' circa 1930
    (Mencken was a skeptic)]

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