Published by Bogard Press, Texarkana AR, 1950
Paperback. Condition: Very Good. The date 1950 is assumed by seller; no publication date is stated in book. Staple bound 76 pages un marked throughout text. Former owner's name on top of front cover.
Published by Bogard Press, Texarkana AR, 1987
Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Former owner's name on title page. Fold out chart in back. Tenth Edition. Author's photo and bio inside. "Course in Bible analysis.".
Published by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2015
Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. This book is a history, an album, and a collection of the choicest sermons and essays. It is a history of our great leaders who have fought hard and long for Bible principles and doctrines, and by their consecrated, and, in some instances, heroic lives, have shown themselves to be worthy of the title: Pillars of Orthodoxy. The arrangement of the book is such that the reader can study separately the lives of each of these great men and read the specimen sermon or essay without reference to any of the others. Each life sketch is complete in itself, and no one chapter is dependent on another. The life sketch of Richard Fuller, and his great sermon on the "Desire of All Nations," for instance, is a complete chapter to itself, without reference to anything else in the book. This feature enables the busy reader to read a, chapter at a time, and there is nothing lost by the long intervals between his opportunities to read. In a book where one chapter is directly connected with another, much is lost by failing to read straight through. The last chapter can be read first in this book and nothing will be lost by it. It is always a pleasure to look into the face of a great man. There is something elevating about it. The pictures of these men, "who seem to be pillars" (Galatians 2:9), are the very best that can be obtained. The reader, therefore, while he studies the life, may look into the faces of these men who have made so much glorious history. By that means these pillars of orthodoxy will seem to be old friends, and it will make their life work seem more real. It can be safely assumed that the sermons and essays, published as specimens in this book, are the best that have ever been published. Some of them are published here for the first time, while others have been published and have become famous. It is a pleasure to present to the public a volume containing the very cream of the best thought from the strongest men in the Baptist denomination.
More buying choices from other sellers on AbeBooks
Also find Softcover
Published by Bogard Press, 1946
Pamphlet. Condition: Good. 1946 edition. White covers, black lettering. Staples firm. Light yellowing to covers. Still sharp and free of chips, rips or tears. No inner markings. Book shows common (average) signs of wear and use. Binding is still tight. Covers are intact but may be repaired. We have 500,000 books to choose from -- Ship within 24 hours -- Satisfaction Guaranteed!.
More buying choices from other sellers on AbeBooks
Published by Manning Publications, 2010
Paperback. Condition: Like New. Like New. book.
Published by Roy E. Cogdill Publishing Co., Lufkin, TX, 1951
Cloth. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. This book is a transcription of the Porter-Bogard Debate which was conducted in the Church of Christ building in Damascus, Arkansas, March 23 to March 26, 1948. Ben Bogard of Little Rock, Arkansas, represented the Missionary Baptist Church, and W.Curtis Porter of Monette, Arkansas, represented the Church of Christ. The subjects of the debate were: is the "Missionary Baptist Church scriptural in origin, doctrine, practice, and name," and is the "Church of Christ scriptural in origin, doctrine, practice, and name." Publishing of this work was delayed from 1948 to 1951 due to ill health on the part of Ben Bogard. This HARDCOVER copy is clean and solid.
Published by Little Rock, AR: Foreman and Payne - Seminary Press (printer), 1965 and 1966., 1966
VOLUMES I and II ONLY of a three volume set. Special edition (as stated upon both volumes' front boards and further anointed on Vol. 1's page 7 as being among the first 500 copies printed but with no number or subscriber name provided). Both hardcover, H 23.5cm x L 16cm, uniformly bound in blue cloth; light scuffing and bumping at spine ends; some dulling/flaking to Vol. 1 spine's gilt stamping but otherwise gilt stamping to front board and to Vol. 2's front board and spine remain fairly bright. Some toning and a few stains to volumes' text block edges; both volumes have past owner's four-line ink inscription upon their front free endpapers and light toning mostly occurring along endpaper gutters. Bindings are firm. VOLUME I: copyright 1965; 511 pages; lacks dust jacket other than an edge-worn rear flap laid-in between pages 50-51; a few spots of soiling to ffep; top corner of pages 147-148, 159-190, 191-192, and 205-206 creased from past fold-downs; past owner's two-line note on rear pastedown with corresponding circle amongst some text on page 161; no other markings readily apparent upon a quick perusal but others may be present. VOLUME II: copyright 1966; 511 pages; no markings or creased corners upon a quick perusal. OCLC indicates a third volume was published but not present with this set. Please note that this two volume set has an approximate shipping weight of 5.5 pounds (2.49 kg) and may require additional postage for any postal class other than domestic Media Mail.
Published by Hester Publications, 2009
Paperback. Condition: Good. Fast handling - Orders prepared for Shipping Next Business Day! Covid 19 Precautions Taken.