Rev. Larkin describes to us the world of “Spirits,” good and bad, and their relation to this world, and answers such questions as “Soul Sleep,” “Recognition of Friends in Heaven,” the “Resurrection of the Dead,” the “Judgments,” etc.
Through the Holy Scriptures Larkin gives the teaching as to the “Power of Good and Evil,” of the “Underworld,” of “Satan,” of the “Fallen Angels,” of “Demonism,” and of “Heaven” and “Hell.” It is an excellent addition to any Christian or Spiritual Library
The book contains 19 chapters and is illustrated with 27 pictures and 17 charts. The book is 158 pages and hardbound in cloth with a dust jacket.
The most comprehensive work of its kind, this valuable resource features over 20,000 topics with 100,000 Scripture references—including the full biblical text for significant citations. You’ll also find clear definitions of all persons, places, objects, and events in the Bible; information on archaeological discoveries; preaching themes and practical outlines; and a useful Scripture index.
The World that Perished, a companion to The Early Earth, maintains with vigor that the Bible declares and affirms a supernatural, catastrophic flood of worldwide proportions. This declaration is corroborated by scientific observations that are not warped by a uniformitarian bias in geology.
First published in 1972, The Early Earth has established itself as one of the most illuminating books defending biblical creationism. Newly revised in 2011, the 176-page paperback is a companion to Whitcomb’s The World That Perished and includes dozens of updates and recent citations that strengthen Whitcomb’s stellar defense of biblical creationism. The book is organized into five sections and includes more than a dozen special illustrations and explanations that will be of interest to both mature and younger readers. They include interesting sidelights on such subjects as whales, the duck-billed platypus, dinosaurs, bacterial flagellum, and more. In addition to an 11-page bibliography reflecting the latest scientific information from books and journal articles, the revised version also includes extensive subject, author, and scripture indices.
Having received many requests for this book from Pastors and Bible Students in many lands, Rev. Clarence Larkin, though suffering in body, yet strong in spirit, pressed on till this Book of Daniel was completed, then His loving Savior and Lord said, “Come home and rest with Me.”
Throughout this work, Rev. Larkin has managed to provide an Exposition of The Book of Daniel in an easy readable way. He has helped to provide a roadmap through complex Biblical prophecy.
Contained within the 267 pages are a number of Larkin’s beautifully drawn charts and illustrations. The book is hardbound in cloth and dust jacketed.
Appeals for a picture of the author come from many who had been blessed by his ministry, and to gratify their wish, a frontispiece of the author and a facsimile of his autograph were placed in the book.
The Treasury of Scripture Knowledge is comprehensive, user-friendly and versatile, providing the reader with an essential study tool for private devotions, teaching or preaching.
Complete with over 500,000 Scripture references and parallel passages, this reference work contains the most exhaustive listing of biblical cross references available anywhere. For over a century this unique volume has been an essential tool–for the beginner wishing to be more biblically literate and for the scholar seeking greater depth and breadth of understanding.
– Reveals how Scripture interprets itself on every verse, topic and important word–from biblical promises, doctrines and historical issues to prophecies and their fulfillment
– Supplies lists of verses that shed biblical light on the intent of each passage
– Dates at the top of each page furnish a chronological framework for biblical people, places and events
– Organized according to the order of the books of the Bible, making it easier to locate any reference
– With cross references located in one place, the Treasury is easier to use than Bibles with chain references
This updated edition of Thomas Nelson’s popular Complete Book of Bible Maps and Charts has everything you need to visualize the events, places, and people in the Old and New Testaments.
Perfect for small-group leaders, Bible school teachers, or if you’re simply curious about biblical times, Complete Book of Bible Maps and Charts provides a visual overview of the Bible in its entirety. Valuable resources include new, full-color, high-resolution maps and charts along with downloadable PDFs for presentations and classes; tables, charts, and diagrams that organize Bible information for ease of learning and memorization; historical articles providing insight into Bible times; and introductions to each book of the Bible.
If you want the essentials of Strong’s scholarship in a convenient compact size, this is the concordance for you. The New Strong’s® Concise Concordance of the Bible helps you locate the references you need quickly and easily. A trustworthy concordance that won’t slow you down.
This book is the result of 25 years’ study of the Book of Revelation. The book is interpreted from the Futurist Standpoint. The writer’s purpose is to show that the book is to be taken literally, and that it is written in chronological order. The text of the old version is used and is printed at the top of each subject. The text and descriptive matters is emphasized by the use of capitals and black type.
The book is sane, contains no speculative matter, nor opinions of the writer. The book is not a commentary made up of quotations from other writers. The writer is neither a copyist nor compiler. The only author the writer has sought to follow is the author of the Book, the Lord Jesus Christ. He has simply sought to interpret the “Mind of Christ,” as revealed in the Book of Revelation. The writer’s aim has been to prepare a standard work on the Book of Revelation, from the Futurist Standpoint, that can be used as a text-book in Theological Seminaries and Bible Schools, and a help to Ministers, Missionaries and Bible Students generally. This work is particularly timely, when the prophetic utterances of the Book of Revelation are rapidly approaching their fulfillment.
The book is illustrated with over 30 charts, maps and diagrams. There are also numerous cuts of the symbols, beasts, etc, spoken of in the Book of Revelation, distributed through the book. These help to elucidate the text and add to the value of the book and save much explanatory matter. It is 9.25″ x 6″, contains 210 pages and is case bound in cloth.
This book compares in value with the book on “Dispensational Truth.” Its purpose is to “Rightly Divide” the “Fundamental Doctrines” in a series of “Contrasts,” as “Law and Grace,” “Faith and Works,” ” Sin and Salvation,” “Atonement and Redemption,” etc. It has been described as one of the “most enlightening book on scripture ever written.”
The author had made it the work of his ministry to preach the “Fundamentals.” This volume contains the cream and meat of his sermons and Bible lectures. The book contains twenty-nine chapters and fifty-five charts. The charts are one page charts, clear and simple, and suitable for Bible Class work. The book contains 328 pages and is bound in cloth.
This convenient one volume combines Vine’s Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words and Unger and White’s Expository Dictionary of the Old Testament. This book allows you to easily access the alphabetized English equivalents of the Greek or Hebrew words from which they are translated. Throughout the text the most significant biblical words are illustrated by Scripture passages, comments, cross-references, ancient and modern meanings, precise etymologies, historical notes, and clearly defined technical information. Each original language is indexed, and the addition of a topical index allows you to access all the dictionary entries pertinent to specific New Testament ideas and teachings. Keyed to Strong’s Concordance.