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Two Virgin Births - One in the New Testament, One in the Old, article in Christian faith and life Magazine 1912

ISAIAH'S PREDICTION OF THE MOTHER OF MESSIAH (Isaiah 7:14), article in The Methodist Review 1902

The Historical Evidence for the Virgin Birth by Vincent Taylor 1920

The Prophecy of the Virgin Mother(Isaiah 7:14), article in TheHomiletic Review 1889

The Only Begotten God, article in the Modern Review 1883

Alleged Disagreement between Paul and James, article in The Bibliotheca sacra and American biblical repository 1852

The Revised Version and the Deity of Christ, article in The Gospel herald 1882

Notes on the amended English Bible with special reference to certain texts By Henry Ierson

Brief Review of the New Revision by JH Bacon 1881

The Bible - What it is and is not by Joseph Wood 1892

Dialogue between a Jew and a Christian by Selig Newman - 1850

Prof. Stuart and Dr. Henderson on 1 Timothy 3:16 (God manifest in the flesh - or - who was manifest in the flesh) - lengthy article in the Bible Repository 1832

Two Notable Corruptions of Scripture by Isaac Newton 1841


THE BAPTISMAL FORMULA [Matthew 28:19] OF THE APOSTOLIC AGE. article in the Methodist Review 1903 "It is difficult to suppose that it was employed in the early days with which we are concerned; for it involves a conception of the nature of the rite which was entirely foreign to the thought of these primitive Christians and, indeed, no less foreign to the thought of Paul."

On the Use of Jehovah and Elohim in the Pentateuch 1869

A Defence of the Sincere and True Translations of the Holy Scriptures by William Fulke 1843

Critical Papers on Messianic Texts (Isaiah 7:14), article in The Scattered nation and Jewish Christian magazine by F Tilney Bassett 1869

On 2 Peter 1:20 - chapter in _'The mystery' with Scripture proofs demolishing criticisms on the first edition_By James Johnstone 1858

A Help for English readers to understand Mistranslated Passages in our Bible by JH Murray 1881

The Greek word aio-n-aio-nios by John Wesley Hanson 1879

THE BIBLE HELL: The words rendered hell in the bible, sheol, hadees, tartarus, and gehenna by JW Hanson 1888

The Last 12 verses of the Gospel according to Mark vindicated against recent critical objectors and established by John Burgon 1871

The Last 12 Verses of Mark, their Genuineness Established by Ivan Panin 1910

The Word Baptizo Defined and the mode of Baptism Proved from the Scriptures by John Hall 1840

Ezra Abbot on John 8:44

Ezra Abbot on 1 John 5:7 in Luther's Bible

Ezra Abbot on Romans 9:5

Ezra Abbot on Titus 2:13

Winstanley on Titus 2:13

Ezra Abbot on the "Only-Begotten God"

Ezra Abbot on Acts 20:28

The Gospel of St John by Westcott 1892 (Interesting comments on John 1:1 and John 20:28) "And Thomas answered and said unto him, My Lord and MY GOD)...and the words which follow shew that the Lord accepted declaration of HIS DIVINITY as the TRUE EXPRESSION OF FAITH. HE NEVER SPEAKS OF HIMSELF DIRECTLY AS GOD (comp. v. 18), but the aim of His revelation was to lead men to SEE GOD IN HIM."

Remarks on the uses of the definitive article in the Greek text of the New Testament 1803 by Granville Sharp

The 4th Gospel in Research and Debate; a series of essays on problems concerning the origin and value of the anonymous writings attributed to the apostle John 1910 by Benjamin Bacon

The SON OF MAN in the Usage of Jesus

An Examination of some of the more important texts in the New Testament by Francis Tilney Bassett 1883

Comparative Translation of Jeremiah 31:33,34 - A Study in modernizing the English Bible, article in the Biblical World 1904

The Virgin Birth of the Son Immanuel (Almah, Virgin) article in the Biblical World 1904

Quotes on the Validity of Matthew 28:19, 20

My thoughts on the proper translation of John 10:33 by Heinz Schmitz

On John 20:28 by Heinz Schmitz

On Luke 23:43 and the Comma by Heinz Schmitz

Romans 8:23 and the New World Translation by Heinz Schmitz

The Word Was Fully God by Heinz Schmitz

The Word was Like God by Heinz Schmitz

Our Misunderstood Bible - Common Errors about Bible Texts and Truths by Henry Clay Trumbull 1907

Errors of the Scriptures by Frederic Gardiner 1879

Clerical errors in the Reading of the Bible, a collection of passages which are commonly read incorrectly by Henry William Pullen 1879

The Scripture of Truth: its origin, its languages, its translations, its canon, its symbols, its inspiration, its alleged errors and contradictions, its plan, its science, other sacred books by Sidney Collette 1922

Mistakes in Religion Exposed, in an essay on the prophecy of Zacharias by the Rev. Henry Venn 1799

Some Mistakes of Moses by Robert Green Ingersoll 1879

The Mistakes of Ingersoll by Thomas McGrady 1898

The Anglican Proper Psalms - Critical and Exegetical notes on obscure and corrupt passages in the Hebrew text, in the Light of Modern Knowledge 1915 by Charles Godwin

The story of the Revised New Testament, American Standard Bible by Matthew Riddle 1908

The Student's Chronological New Testament: Text of the American Standard Revision 1904 by A.T. Robertson

Journal of the Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis 1882 (many pages hard to read, but it has a lot of great articles)

Journal of Biblical Literature 1897

Journal of Biblical literature 1890

Journal of Biblical literature 1902



A Biblical and Theological Dictionary by Samuel Greene 1867

Biblical Hermeneutics -  Jacob Élisée Cellérier 1888

Hermeneutics of the New Testament by Albert Immer 1877

The Historical Jesus of Nazareth 1876 by Max Schlesinger


The Historical Jesus by Charles Piepenbring

The Historical Jesus and Mythical Christ by Gerald Massey

The Life of Jesus, Critically Examined by David Friedrich Strauss - 1892

The Resurrection In The New Testament An Examination Of The Earliest References To The Rising Of Jesus And Of Christians From The Dead (1911) Clayton Raymond Bowen

A critical essay on the Gospel of St. Luke (1825) by Schleiermacher

Friedrich Daniel Ernst Schleiermacher (November 21, 1768 – February 12, 1834) was a German theologian and philosopher known for his impressive attempt to reconcile the criticisms of the Enlightenment with traditional Protestant orthodoxy.

The Jesus of History by T.R. Glover

The Jesus of History by Richard Hanson 1869

The Christ of Faith and the Jesus of History by D.M. Ross 1921

The Jesus of History and the Jesus of Tradition Identified by George Solomon 1880


The Historical Jesus and the Theological Christ by JE Carpenter 1912

The Historical Jesus and the Christs of Faith, article in the Contemporary Review 1896

The Christ of History and of Experience by David Forrest 1901

The Historicity of Jesus - A Criticism of the Contention that Jesus Never Existed by Shirley Jackson Case 1912

The Witnesses to the Historicity of Jesus by Arthur Drews 1912

The Historicity of Jesus - An Estimate of the Negative Argument, article in The American Journal of Theology 1911

The Christology of the Epistle to the Hebrews by Harris Lachlan MacNeill 1914

Did Jesus Really Live?: A debate held in Orchestra Hall 1908

Jesus: Myth, Man or God by JM Peebles 1870

Did Jesus Really Live? A Reply to The Christ Myth by Arthur Drews 1911

The Historical New Testament by James Moffatt 1901

Did Jesus Write his own Gospel? by WP MacVey 1912

The Jesus of the Gospels, article in The Religious Magazine and Monthly Review 1872

What was Primitive Christianity, article in Frasers Magazine 1875

Jesus: Mythical and Real - Article in The Dublin University Magazine 1868

Belief in God- An Examination of Some Fundamental Theistic Problems to which is added The Intellectual Basis of Faith 1881


Immersion proved to be not a scriptural mode of baptism, but a Romish Invention: and immersionists shewn to be disregarding divine authority in refusing baptism to the infant children of believers (1880)

Modern Immersion not Scripture Baptism (1831) by William Thorn

Rhantism versus Baptism or Infant Sprinkling against Christian Immersion by Ellison Seacome 1835

A Question in Baptist History - Whether the Anabaptists in England Practiced Immersion Before the year 1641 By William Heth Whitsitt 1896

A Vindication of Trine Immersion as the Apostolic Form of Christian Baptism by James Quinter 1886

The Baptismal Question: A Discussion of the Baptismal Question by Joseph Hardy Towne, Parsons Cooke, William Hague 1842

Why Friends (Quakers) Do Not Baptize with Water by James H. Moon 1909

The History of infant-baptism by William Wall 1707

The Word Baptizo Defined - and the mode of baptism proved from the scriptures (1840) by John H. Hall

Baptist Dishonesty: misquotations and other gross misrepresentations in the recent pamphlet on baptism of the Baptist minister, Rev. A.A. Cameron, of Ottawa (1876) by John Bethune

PedoBaptist and Campbellite Immersions by A.C. Dayton 1858

Cambellism Exposed 1860

A history of Anti-pedobaptism from the rise of pedobaptism to A.D. 1609 by Albert Newman 1897

The Baptism of Infants, a reasonable service, founded upon Scripture, and undoubted Apostolic tradition 1753 by Micaiah Towgood

Christianity and Agnosticism: A Controversy by Henry Wace, Thomas Henry Huxley, William Connor Magee, William Hurrell Mallock, Humphry Ward 1889

A History of the Textual Criticism of the New Testament by Marvin Richardson Vincent 1899

The Problem of the Old Testament Considered with Reference to Recent Criticism by James Orr 1906

Old Testament Criticism and the Christian Church by John Edgar McFadyen 1903

History of the Sacred Scriptures of the New Testament by Eduard Reuss 1884 (Volume 2) "Johann Salomo Semler was the first to undertake to improve upon the common conceptions of the canon. He gave to his criticism an essentially historical basis by commending and practicing the study of the ancient ecclesiastical literature, thus leading to a recognition of the gradual and fluctuating formation of our present collection."

Reconstruction in Theology by Henry Churchill King 1901

The higher criticism and the Bible by William Binnington Boyce 1881

A Reply to Harnack on the Essence of Christianity by Hermann Cremer 1903

The Genesis of Genesis by Benjamin Wisner Bacon 1891

THE HIGHER CRITICISM: REASONS FOR CAUTION IN ACCEPTING ITS CONCLUSIONS. By Rev. W. Frank Scott, article in The Magazine of Christian literature 1893

The Higher Criticism by Mrs. Florence Allen Taylor, article in The Metaphysical Magazine 1906

The Bankruptcy of the Higher Criticism, article in The Literary Digest 1905

The Holy Scriptures and the Higher Criticism, article in The American illustrated Methodist magazine 1901

Alleged Progress in Theology - Higher Criticism, Article in the Methodist Magazine 1891

Whither the Higher Criticism Tends, article in the Original Secession Magazine 1884

Theology in Transition and the Bible in Suspence, article in the Wesleyan-Methodist magazine 1893

My Experience with Higher Criticism, article in the Protestant Magazine 1911

Is the Higher Criticism Scientific? Article in The Review of the Churches Magazine 1892

Present Position of Pentateuch Criticism, article in the Unitarian Review and Religious Magazine 1886

Modern Criticism of the Pentateuch: Objections to it by Matthew Leitch, article in The Treasury - a magazine for Evangelicals 1899

The Quarterly Review 1863 "Truly the higher criticism indulges in strange assertions and very absurd difficulties! With regard to the second passage, we may ask why a Redactor and an Elohist are to be called into existence to explain the alternation of names in this passage more than in Exod. iii. 4, Ps. xxxvi. 6-8, or Ps. Ixix. 13, 30-35, &c. &c. It is not the higher criticism, but plain common sense, which is needed to reject such arguments. But this is only one proof out of many that the magic wand of modern exegesis transforms that which would be esteemed worthless in the mouth of a believer into 'high criticism' in that of a sceptical commentator."

The New Appreciation of the Bible by Willard Chamberlain Selleck 1906

The Old Testament and the New Scholarship by John Punnett Peters 1902

The Bible in the Nineteenth Century: Eight Lectures by Joseph Estlin Carpenter 1903

Dr. Friedrich Bleek's Lectures on the Apocalypse by Friedrich Bleek, Samuel Davidson 1875

Evidences of Christianity by Lonsdale Ragg 1909

Six lectures on the Higher Criticism upon the Old Testament by William Binnington Boyce 1878

Founders of Old Testament Criticism: Biographical, Descriptive, and Critical by Thomas Kelly Cheyne 1893

Our Bible and the Ancient Manuscripts: Being a History of the Text by Frederic George Kenyon 1898

The Text of the New Testament by Kirsopp Lake 1908

The Christ of Today by George Angier Gordon 1896

Theology at the Dawn of the Twentieth Century: Essays on the Present Status by John Vyrnwy Morgan 1900 (many dark pages)

The Higher Criticism: An Outline of Modern Biblical Study by Charles Wesley Rishell 1893

The Books of Chronicles in Relation to the Pentateuch and the "higher criticism" by Arthur Charles Hervey 1892

Kanamori's Life-story Told by Himself: How the Higher Criticism Wrecked a Japanese Christian - And How He Came Back by Paul M. Kanamori - 1921

Thought and Religion: Or, The Mutual Contributions of Philosophy and Theology by James William Lowber 1912

Is the Higher Criticism Scholarly?: Clearly Attested Facts Showing that the Destructive "assured results of modern criticism" are indefensible, by Robert Dick Wilson 1922

Results of Higher Criticism: As Applied to the Old Testament by Winfield Scott Crowe 1894

The Life of Jesus in the Light of the Higher Criticism by Alfred Wilhelm Martin 1913 (first 279 pages only)

The Authority of Holy Scripture: An Inaugural Address by Charles Augustus Briggs 1891

The Higher Criticism of the Hexateuch by Charles Augustus Briggs 1893

The Crisis of the Churches by Leighton Parks 1922 (first 222 pages only)

The Essence of Christianity by Ludwig Feuerbach 1881

The Pentateuch in the Light of To-day: Being a Simple Introduction to the Pentateuch on the Lines of Higher Criticism by Alfred Holborn 1902

The Failure of the "higher Criticism" of the Bible by Emil Reich 1905 "The sad truth is that Higher Criticism is an act of retrograde, decadent science; an act, a method long condemned and laughed at in various other branches of historical and legal study."

An Introduction to the Literature of the Old Testament by Samuel Rolles Driver 1914

The Life of Jesus, Critically Examined by David Friedrich Strauss - 1892

Prolegomena to the History of Israel: With a Reprint of the Article Israel from the Encyclopedia Brittanica by Julius Wellhausen 1885

"Wellhausen was famous for his critical investigations into Old Testament history and the composition of the Hexateuch, the uncompromising scientific attitude he adopted in testing its problems bringing him into antagonism with the older school of biblical interpreters. He is perhaps most well-known for his Prolegomena zur Geschichte Israels of 1883 (first published 1878 as Geschichte Israels), in which he advanced a definitive formulation of the Documentary hypothesis, arguing that the Torah or Pentateuch had its origins in a redaction of four originally independent texts dating from several centuries after the time of Moses, their traditional author. Wellhausen's hypothesis remained the dominant paradigm for Pentateuchal studies until the last quarter of the 20th century, when it began to be challenged by scholars who saw more and more hands at work in the Torah, ascribing them to periods even later than Wellhausen had proposed."

St. Matthew's gospel, with the parallel passages in the other evangelists edited by James Stark - 1878
"The passage in Rom. ix. 5, saying that Christ is 'God blessed for ever,' is an indefensible mistranslation of the Greek, violating all the rules of grammar, but, of course, also made for the purpose of supporting the doctrine of the Trinity. The Greek text distinctly says : ' Of whom are the fathers, and from whom is Christ according to the flesh. May the living supreme God be blessed for ever. Amen. ' In like manner, the first verse of John's Gospel is a disgraceful mistranslation, from the translators purposely putting in the definite article when there is none in the Greek, so as to make the passage teach the very opposite doctrine of what the original Greek does. The correct translation is : 'In a beginning was the Word, and the Word was WITH THE GOD, and the Word WAS A GOD

A discussion among upwards of 250 theological inquirers by Ranley 1864
"REV. J. SUCKLING. Has anyone, Mr. Chairman, yet broached the Three heavenly Witnesses? What can the Unitarians make of that formidable and unanswerable Text ?
Chairman, The Three heavenly Witnesses have not been introduced, Mr. Suckling; though, of course, familiar to all present.
SUCKLING. Well then, I put it to the Unitarians to say, what possesses them, to deny the Trinity of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, so plainly made known in the New testament.
REV. H. BROOKE. I peremptorily deny, that any mention whatever is made of the incongruous Trinity in the Bible ; I also deny that any mention is made in the New testament of the so called Three heavenly Witnesses, to which Mr. Suckling so confidently alludes.
SUCKLING. Do you hear that, Mr. Chairman ?
Chairman. Yes, Sir; distinctly.
SUCKLING. Why, Sir, it is the very cornerstone of the rock of my faith! I rest my belief of the holy Trinity, on that very foundation; on that very emphatic text.
MR. S.WESLEY. Then, we shall soon make aUnitarian of you, Mr. Suckling; for, instead of rock, you will find your foundation is resting on sand, which we shall speedily wash away from under you. [Hear, hear!]
SUCKLING. My foundation, Sir, rests on God's own Word —
There are Three that bear record in heaven ; the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these Three are One".
This text is my proof, my incontestible proof, of the holy, blessed, and glorious Trinity; "which Faith, except one do keep whole and undefiled, without doubt, he shall perish everlastingly!"
G. CANNING, ESQ. I hope not, Mr. Suckling ; as I can never again believe in the Trinity, be the peril what it may. Happily, no mention is made of your pagan Trinity in either the Jewish or Christian scriptures; nor does any such popish and self-contradictory text as you pretend to quote, form part or parcel of the New covenant — the Christian's special guide. I presume,
Mr. Chairman, the reason for its not having been brought forward at an earlier stage of the Discussion, arose from the general conviction among our Trinitarian friends, that the passage is spurious — an interpolation, abominable falsification of the Scriptures, not to be found in any accredited Manuscript; a gross imposition on the credulity of mankind! and I trust Mr. Suckling may be the only religious Instructor present, who attaches any importance to the heterogeneous and foolish words."

Aion aionios: The Greek Word Translated Everlasting, Eternal in the Holy Bible by John Wesley Hanson 1878

An Exegetical Commentary on the Gospel According to S. Matthew by Alfred Plummer 1910
"The question of the genuineness of the verse (Matthew 28:19, 20) may be answered with the utmost confidence. • The verse is found in every extant Greek MS., whether uncial or cursive, and in every extant Version, which contains this portion of Mt. In a few witnesses the conclusion of the Gospel is wanting, but there is no reason for believing that in these witnesses the verse or any portion of it was omitted. It has been argued by F. C. Conybeare (Hibbert Journal for Oct. 1902) and by Professor Lake (Inaugural Lecture at Leiden, 27 Jan. 1904) that the clause, 'baptizing them . . . Holy Spirit' was very early interpolated for dogmatic reasons in some copies of Mt., and that it was not firmly established as part of "this Gospel till after the Council of Nicea."
Plea for a new English version of the Scriptures by David Johnston - 1864

THE HOLY GOSPELS: from the Original Greek
The Restored New Testament by James Morgan Pryse 1914

The Evidences of the Genuineness of the Gospels by Andrews Norton 1871

Bible difficulties explained by John Grigg Hewlett 1860
The Corruptions of the New Testament by Horace Lorenzo Hastings 1884

The Apocryphal New Testament: Being All the Gospels, Epistles, by Jeremiah Jones - 1824
Bible Doctrine: A Treatise on the Great Doctrines of the Bible, Pertaining by Daniel Kauffman 1914

Critical Essays by Ezra Abbot.
TITUS ii. 13

The Evolution of the English Bible
by Henry William Hamilton-Hoare, H W. HOARE 1901

The New Testament by Abner Kneeland 1823 - poor quality scan, many words unreadable, 2 pages missing. (translated John 1:1 as "the Word was a God.")
Outlines of textual criticism applied to the New Testament
by Charles Edward Hammond - 1880
... the grammatical possibility of which may well be questioned. (8) Acts xx. 28. There are six readings here to decide between...
Catholic controversy. A reply to dr. Littledale's 'Plain reasons'
by Henry Ignatius D. Ryder, Richard Frederick Littledale - 1881
The Sixtine Bible.
The mistakes in Sixtus V.'s edition of the Bible only
prove, what it never entered into an Ultramontane's
heart to deny, that a Pope may issue an edition of the
Bible, and inaugurate it as the standard edition in the
most emphatic manner, without any security against mistakes.
The Tridentine Decree (sess. iv.), which infallibly
declared the Vulgate authentic, i.e., a sufficient
rendering of the original, neither guaranteed any existing
recension from minor errors, nor secured such immunity
for the future.

A Calm Inquiry Into the Scripture Doctrine Concerning the Person of Christ
by Thomas Belsham - 1817 - 337 pages

The Errors of the Bible Demonstrated by the Truths of Nature
by Henry Clarke Wright 1858

An Introduction to the Textual Criticism of the New Testament
by Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield 1899

Hermann Heinfetter's New Testament
"In commencing this dispensation, the command was existing, yet the command was with the God, as the command had relation to a God.

A Critical History of the Evolution of Trinitarianism

Christology by Levi Leonard Paine- 1900
Unitarianism the Doctrine of the Gospel: A View of the Scriptural Grounds of ...
by Lant Carpenter


Antitrinitarian Biography by Robert Wallace 1850
The Four Gospels Translated from the Greek, with Preliminary Dissertations
by George Campbell - 1837
"Others maintain that QEOS here should be translated "a God was the word.'"

The Freewill Baptist Quarterly - 1866
We open to John 1: 1—5, and copy the word for word translation:—"In a beginning was the word, and the word was with the God, and a God was the word. ...
What is the Truth about Jesus Christ?: Problems of Christology
by Friedrich Loofs - 1913

Discourses on the Principal Points of the Socinian Controversy
by Ralph Wardlaw - 1828

One God in One Person Only: And Jesus Christ a Being Distinct from God
by John Sherman - 1805

Unitarianism Defined: The Scripture Doctrine of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost by Frederick Augustus Farley  1860

A Discourse on Denying the Lord Jesus.
by Bernard Whitman - 1827
Qualitative Nouns in the Pauline Epistles and Their Translation in the ...
by Arthur Wakefield Slaten - Bible - 1918

The Testament of Jesus
by Edward Vaughan Hyde Kenealy - 1901
John answered them, saying, In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was a God, and the Word was the sacred Spirit of God. ...

The English Works of Raja Rammohun Roy
by Rammohun Roy- 1906
1, " the word was a God" ? We may, however, easily account for this inconsistency.
The term " God " in, Exodus is applied to Moses, the notion of whose ...

Discussion of the Existence of God, and the Authenticity of the Bible
by Origen Bacheler, Robert Dale Owen - 1840 - 350 pages
The apparent contradictions, misstatements, absurdities, &c., of the Bible, which sceptics urge as objections against it, are so many evidences of its original authenticity.

The crisis: a series of pamphlets in sixteen numbers
by Thomas Paine
Bible Contradictions -Bible Prophecies Concerning Babylon.

The Divine Authority of the Bible
by George Frederick Wright - 1884 - 230 pages
Elements of Christian Theology: Containing Proofs of the Authenticity and Inspiration of the Scriptures by George Tomline -- 1818

The Pillar of Divine Truth Immoveably Fixed on the Foundation of the Apostles
by William Greenfield - 1831 - 265 pages

Theopneusty: Or, The Plenary Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures
by Louis Gaussen - 1844 - 400 pages

The Plenary Inspiration of the Scriptures Asserted
by Samuel Noble - 1828 - 430 pages

A Refutation of Arianism: Or, A Defence of the Plenary Inspiration of the Scriptures by John Paul - 1828 - 310 pages

The Bible: Its Meaning and Supremacy
by Frederic William Farrar - 1897 - 350 pages

The Plenary Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures
by Eleazar Lord - 1857 - 301 pages
The Evidences of Christianity: Stated in a Popular and Practical Manner
by Daniel Wilson - Apologetics - 1832

Systematic Theology
by Charles Hodge 1873

The Inspiration of the Scriptures
by Alexander Carson, John Dick, John Pye Smith, Daniel Wilson - 1853 - 410 pages

Analytical Investigations Concerning the Credibility of the Scriptures
by J. H. McCulloh - 1852

Holy Scripture verified; or, The divine authority of the Bible confirmed by ... - Page 196
by George Redford - Bible - 1837

The Bible of Bibles: Or, Twenty-seven "Divine Revelations"
by Kersey Graves, Lydia M. Graves -- 1879 - 430 pages

Conversations on the Bible: Its Statements Harmonized and Mysteries Explained by Enoch Pond - 1886 - 620 pages

The Bible and Reason Against Atheism: In a Series of Letters to a Friend
by Martin Luther Edwards - 1881 - 230 pages
... The Virgin Mary—Bible Contradictions—How They Are Made Out, and How Little They Amount to-A Delicate Task

The 'holy Scriptures' analyzed; or, Extracts from the Bible, shewing its Contradictions and Absurdities edited by Robert Cooper - 1840

plus FREE - An Examination of the Alleged Discrepancies of the Bible by John W. Haley MA  - 1875

A new history of the Holy Bible : from the beginning of the world to the establishment of Christianity : with answers to most of the controverted questions, dissertations upon the most remarkable passages, and a connection of profane history all along : to which are added, notes, explaining difficult texts, rectifying mistranslations, and reconciling seeming contradictions by Thomas Stackhouse 1680-1752 (incomplete and scattered over 3 volumes)

The Ancestry of our English Bible by Ira Maurice Price Ph.D 1907

The Bible Triumphant - 12 Dozen Skeptical Arguments Refuted  - A Reply to an Infidel work entitled 144 Self-contradictions of the Bible by Mrs. H. V. Reed 1882

The Underwood-Marples Debate 1877


The Problem of Evil: A Criticism of the Augustinian Point of View
by Marion Le Roy Burton 1909

Theodicy; essays on divine providence by Antonio Rosmini Volume 1 1912

Theodicy; essays on divine providence by Antonio Rosmini Volume 2 1912

The Justification of God: Lectures for war-time on a Christian theodicy by Peter Forsyth 1917

The Crook in the Lot, or, A display of the Sovereignty and Wisdom of God in the Afflictions of men, and the Christian's deportment under them by Thomas Boston 1848

The God that Jesus Saw by WG Horder 1921

Theodicy in The National Magazine 1855

The Problem of Evil (Article) in the Young Men's Christian Magazine 1877

The philosophical works of Leibnitz 1890

Three essays on religion by John Stuart Mill 1874

David Hume, Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion

A Theodicy by Albert Bledsoe 1854

Immortality and the new theodicy by George Gordon 1897

The Science of Natural Theology by Asa Mahan 1867

The Problem of Evil by R. Hastings 1912

The Problem of Evil in Plotinus by B.A.G. Fuller 1912

History of the Problems of Philosophy Volume 1 by Paul Janet 1902

History of the Problems of Philosophy Volume 2 by Paul Janet 1902

Optimism and Pessimism or, The Problem of Evil 1871 by Jacob Frohschammer

The Problem of Evil: An Introduction to the Practical Sciences
by Daniel Greenleaf Thompson 1887

Moral Uses of Dark Things
by Horace Bushnell - 1880

Does God Send Trouble?: An Earnest Effort to Discern Between Christian Tradition and Truth
by Charles Cuthbert Hall 1894

An Essay on the Origin of Evil
by William King 1781

The Problem of Evil: Seven Lectures
by Ernest Naville 1871

Is the Devil a Myth?
by Charles Franklin Wimberly 1913

Daemonologia Sacra: Or, A Treatise of Satan's Temptations
by Richard Gilpin 1677

Theodicy - Essays on the Goodness of God the Freedom of Man and the Origin of Evil - G.W. LEIBNIZ (searchable PDF)

Evil & Evolution: An Attempt to Turn the Light of Modern Science on to the Ancient Mystery of Evil
by George Francis Millin  1896

Good and Evil: A Study in Biblical Theology
by Loring Woart Batten - Good and evil - 1918

The Origin of Evil, and Other Sermons Preached in St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens by Alfred Williams Momerie 1885

The Nature of Goodness (first 258 pages)
by George Herbert Palmer 1903

The Theory of Good and Evil: A Treatise on Moral Philosophy
by Hastings Rashdall 1907

Studies of Good and Evil: A Series of Essays Upon Problems of Philosophy and of Life by Josiah Royce 1898

The Conflict of Good and Evil in Our Day: Twelve Letters to a Missionary
by Frederick Denison Maurice 1865

A Modern Job: An Essay on the Problem of Evil
by Etienne Giran, Alfred Leslie Lilley 1916

Life's Dark Problems: Or, is this a Good World?
by Minot Judson Savage 1905

Man's Responsibility: Or, How and Why, the Almighty Introduced Evil Upon the Earth
by Thomas G. Carson  1905

The Problem of Evil: An Introduction to the Practical Sciences
by Daniel Greenleaf Thompson 1887

The Mystery: Or, Evil and God
by John Young 1856

The Anti-universalist: Or History of the Fallen Angels of the Scriptures, Proofs of the Being of Satan and of Evil Spirits
by Josiah Priest 1837

The Gospel for a World of Sin
by Henry Van Dyke 1899

The Nature of Evil: Considered in a Letter to the Rev. Edward Beecher by Henry James 1855

The Goodness of God in View of the Facts of Nature and the Supernatural by George Thomson Knight 1904

Whatever Is, is Right
by Asaph Bemis Child 1861

An Examination of the Notion of Moral Good and Evil
by John Clarke 1725

Beneficence of Design in the Problem of Evil 1849

The Great Exorcism
by Arthur Crane 1915

An Inquiry Into the Scriptural Doctrine Concerning the Devil and Satan by Walter Balfour 1827

The Book of Adam and Eve: Also Called the Conflict of Adam and Eve with Satan by Solomon Caesar Malan 1882

Satan as a Moral Philosopher: With Other Essays and Sketches
by Caleb Sprague Henry - 1877
Paradise Lost: A Poem in Twelve Books
by John Milton - 1750

The religion of Protestants a Safeway to Salvation by William Chillingworth  - a very early book to discuss Sola Scriptura

Dangers of Jesuit Instruction - Brownson's Quarterly Review 1846
"If Protestants take the Bible alone, why do they differ so among themselves? why have they so many commentators? and why is it that those born and brought up Presbyrterians, as a general rule, find the Bible teaching Presbyterianism, and those brought up Unitarians find it teaching Unitarianism? Every sect has its traditions, and by these it, consciously or unconsciously, interprets the Bible. It cannot avoid doing so, even if it would."

Martin Luther's Bible Translation 1847 (German) - the man who brought Sola Scripture to the world

Popery Calmly Considered by John Welsey
"In all cases, the Church is to be judged by the Scripture, not the Scripture by the Church."

The Truths of the Catholic Religion Proved from Scripture Alone by Thomas Bulter 1857, Volume 1

The Truths of the Catholic Religion Proved from Scripture Alone by Thomas Bulter 1857, Volume 2

Theopneusty: Or, The Plenary Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures by Louis Gaussen - 1844

A Disputation on Holy Scripture Against the Papists by William Whittaker 1849

The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine 1860

The Inspiration of the Scriptures by Francis Patton 1869

Geneva Bible 1599 - The first English Bible to deal with this doctrine in the notes

The Divine Authority of the Bible by George Frederick Wright - 1884

Holy Scripture verified; or, The divine authority of the Bible by George Redford 1837

The Westminster Confession of Faith
"VII. All things in Scripture are not alike plain in themselves, nor alike clear unto all; yet those things which are necessary to be known, believed, and observed, for salvation, are so clearly propounded and opened in some place of Scripture or other, that not only the learned, but the unlearned, in a due use of the ordinary means, may attain unto a sufficient understanding of them."

How We Got Our Bible by J. Patterson Smyth 1915

The Plenary Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures by Eleazar Lord - 1857

How we got our American Standard Bible

The Judgment of the Anglican Church on the Sufficiency of Holy Scripture 1838

Lectures on the Criticism and Interpretation of the Bible 1842
"When Tradition was discarded as a Rule of Faith independent of the Bible, our Reformers of course maintained, that the Bible alone contained all things, which were necessary for salvation. To the Bible alone, to the Bible without Tradition, did they appeal therefore in opposition to the Church of Rome: and, that all men might be enabled to judge, whether they rightly appealed, they wisely insisted, that the privilege of reading the Bible should be common to all men. But the Commentaries, which they wrote, beside the Confessions of Faith, which they composed, may convince us, that when they put the Bible into the hands of the people, they thought it necessary to add an explanation of it."

The Rule of Faith and the Doctrine of Inspiration by Robert Watts 1885

The Plenary Inspiration of the Scriptures Asserted by Samuel Noble 1828

The Bible Triumphant - 12 Dozen Skeptical Arguments Refuted by Mrs H.V. Reed 1882

The Sufficiency of Holy Scripture, a Prize Essay 1852 by Richard Glover
"Athanasius: "The holy and divinely-inspired Scriptures are of themselves sufficent for the discovery of truth. And again: "In the Scriptures alone the doctrine of Salvation is proclaimed. Let no man add to them, or take anything from them."
Jerome: "But the Word of God smites the other things which they spontaneously discover, and feign as it were by an Apostolic authority, without the authority and testimony of the Scriptures."

The Inspiration of the Scriptures  - A Review of the Theories by Alexander Carson, John Dick, John Pye Smith, Daniel Wilson 1853

What is a Catholic by Rev. Xavier Sutton 1913
Contents: I. What is a Catholic?
II. The True Church of Christ
III. Which is the True Church?
IV. The Church Our Guide
V. The Bible Alone Not Our Guide.
Vl. Out of the True Church no Salvation
VII. On the Supremacy of St. Peter and His Successors
VIII. The Infallibility of the Pope
IX. The Sacraments
X. Baptism
XI. The Holy Eucharist
XII. Objections Against the Eucharist
XIII. Communion Under One Kind
XIV. On the Sacrifice of the Mass
XV. On the Latin Liturgy
XVI. On Penance
XVII. On Indulgences
XVIII. On Purgatory
XIX. On Prayers for the Dead
XX. On Honor Due to the Saints
XXI. On the Invocation of the Saints
XXII. Our Devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary
XXIII. On the Rosary and Angelus
XXIV. On Holy Pictures and Images
XXV. On the Veneration of Sacred Relics
XXVI. On the Fasts of the Church
XXVII. The Crucifix
XXVIII. Tne Way of the Cross
XXVIX. Summary

Plus You Get the Following Books on the Alcohol Debate:

The Ramrod Broken, Or, The Bible, History, and Common Sense in Favor of the Moderate use of Good Spiritour Liquors
by a New England journalist - 1859 - 290 pages

Prohibition: It is in Violation of the Reserved Rights of the Citizen, is not sanctioned by the Bible
by James C. McGinnis, Charles Robinson - 1884 - 40 pages

Permanent Temperance Documents of the American Temperance Society
by American Temperance Society - 1835 - 46o pages
Annual report of the Society, 4th-9th, 1831-1836.

Alcohol and the State: A Discussion of the Problem of Law
by Robert Carter Pitman - 1877 - 400 pages

The Temperance Bible-commentary: Giving at One View, Version, Criticism
by Frederic Richard Lees, Dawson Burns - 1870 - 460 pages

The Temperance Bible-commentary: Giving at One View, Version, Criticism
by Frederic Richard Lees, Dawson Burns - 1870 - 46o pages

The Foundation of Death: A Study of the Drink-question
by Axel Gustafson - 1885 - 600 pages
J., Alcohol against the Bible, and the Bible against alcohol.

England's curse and its cure [a book on the drink problem]
by John Walter - 1871
The Bible, which is the only absolute standard of right and wrong, what is its teaching on the question?

Bible Wines: Or, The Laws of Fermentation and Wines of the Ancients
by William Patton - 1874 - 130 pages

Gospel Temperance: The Law of God
by J. M. Van Buren - 1877 - 120 pages

Alcohol and the Human Race
by Richmond Pearson Hobson - 1919 - 200 pages

Alcohol, a Dangerous and Unnecessary Medicine
by Fritz Wilhelm Woll, Alfred Fournier, Martha Meir Allen - 1900 - 227 pages

Lectures on Temperance
by Eliphalet Nott, Alonzo Potter - 1857 - 335 pages

Alcohol; Its Relation to Human Efficiency and Longevity
by Eugene Lyman Fisk - 1917 - 210 pages

Wine-drinking and the Scriptures
by Tayler Lewis - 1881 - 21 pages

Wines of the Bible: (a Lecture).
by Norman Shanks Kerr - 1885

Teetotalism, the Teaching of the Bible: Being a Reply to the "clerical World"
by Frederick Lees - 1883 - 135 pages
The Liquor Problem in All Ages
by Daniel Dorchester - 1888 - 720 pages

Religion and Drink
by Edmund Atwill Wasson - 1914 - 300 pages

Protestant Jesuitism
by Calvin Colton - 1836 - 290 pages
Methodism and the Temperance Reformation
by Henry Wheeler - 1882 - 280 pages

Lincoln and Liquor
by Duncan Chambers Milner - 1920 - 15o pages

Total Abstinence; a Course of Addresses
by Benjamin Ward Richardson - 1878 - 110 pages
The Worship of Bachus, a Great Delusion
by E. Clarke - 1876 - 80 pages

Prohibition a Failure: Or, The True Solution of the Temperance Question
by Dio Lewis 1875
The Booze Route; a Reform Book on Some of the Up-to-date Evils of the Age by John E. Main 1907

The Disease of Inebriety from Alcohol, Opium, and Other Narcotic Drugs by American Association for the Study and Cure of Inebriety, Thomas Davison Crothers 1893

The Mysteries of Opium Revealed by John Jones 1701 (often difficult to read)

The Bible wine question. The answer to the 'unanswerable': or An exposure of the Fallacies of the 3 Irish Advocates
by Frederic Richard Lees, Yayin - 1876

Scripture Testimony Against Intoxicating Wine
by William Ritchie - 1866 - 209 pages

King Alcohol Dethroned
by Iglehart, Ferdinand Cowle, 1845 - 1917 - 370 pages

Life and letters of John Albert Broadus 1901
The idea that the word wine in the Bible sometimes means an un-intoxicating beverage is without any sufficient foundation. Some men have written to that effect, but no man who is a thorough Hebrew or Greek scholar, as far as I know, at all takes any such position.

The Theological Critic by T.C. Arnold (see page 617) 1851

Communion Wine and Bible Temperance - William Makepeace Thayer 1869

Oinos, a Discussion of the Bible Wine Question by Leon Field 1883

The Two-Wine Theory by Edward Jewett 1888

The Bible and Wine by Alexander Campbell 1870

A Lay Thesis on Bible Wines by Edward Emerson 1902

Literary Criticism and the New Testament By Richard John Knowling 1907

The evolution of New Testament criticism by Melancthon Williams Jacobus, 1892

A history of the textual criticism of the New Testament by Martin Vincent 1899

New Testament criticism by Dr Hodge 1880

An Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures, Volume 1 By Thomas Hartwell Horne 1835

An Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures, Volume 2 By Thomas Hartwell Horne 1835

An Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures, Volume 3 By Thomas Hartwell Horne 1835

The Historical New Testament by James Moffatt 1901

A Critical Introduction to the New Testament by Arthus S Peake 1910

History of the Sacred Scriptures of the New Testament, Volume 1 by Eduard Reuss 1884

History of the Sacred Scriptures of the New Testament, Volume 2 by Eduard Reuss 1884

The Bible & Modern Criticism by F Bettex 1911

The Bible and Modern Criticism by Sir Robert Anderson 1905

Daniel in the Critics Den - a reply to Professor Driver by Sir Robert Anderson 1902

Daniel in the Critics Den - a reply to Dean Farrar's book of Daniel by Sir Robert Anderson 1895

The Bible and Modern Criticism by Francis J Hall 1915

Modern Criticism and the Preaching of the Old Testament by George Smith 1901

Modern Criticism Considered in its Relation to the Fourth Gospel by Henry W Watkins 1890

The Witness of the Epistles - a Study in Modern Criticism by Richard J Knowling 1892

The Apostolic Age in the Light of Modern Criticism by James H Ropes 1906

The Message of Moses and Modern Higher Criticism by Francis Gigot 1915

The Septuagint Fallacy - an indictment of modern criticism by W.I. Phillips 1918

The Words of the New Testament, as altered by transmission and ascertained by Modern Criticism by William Milligan 1873

Biblical Criticism and Modern Thought by WG Jordan 1909

Outlines of the Synoptic Record being a summary of the narrative of the First Three Gospels in the light of Modern Criticism by Bernard Hugh Bosanquet 1904

The Negative Criticism and the Old Testament by Theodore Emanuel Schmauk 1894

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