Series: Freed-Hardeman University Lectures

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Building for Christ : 1962 lecture outines1962
The Church Faces Liberalism by Thomas B. Warren1970
The Church of Christ - Essential, All-Sufficient, Indestructible, Perpetually Relevant by Thomas B. Warren1971
The Church of Christ : Essential, All-Sufficient, Indestructible, Perpetually Relevant (Freed-Hardeman College Lectures of 1971)1971
The Bible Versus Liberalism by Willie A. Bradfield1972
Jesus Christ the Son of God by William Woodson1973
The Church and Fellowship by William Woodson1974
The Church Today: Current Issues, Problems, and Challenges by William Woodson1975
Freedom: Heritage, Accomplishments, and Prospects in Christ by William Woodson1976
Freedom: Heritage, Accomplishments, and Prospects in Christ: Freed-Hardeman College 1976 Lectures by Gus Nichols1976
A Plea for Fundamentals by William Woodson1977
The Future of the Church by William Woodson1978
The Living and Abiding Word by William Woodson1979
Eternal Truths by William Woodson1980
World Evangelism At Home and Abroad1982
The Church of Tomorrow: Horizons and Destiny by Winford Claiborne1983
Everyday Christianity by Winford Claiborne1984
Just a Christian by Winford Claiborne1985
Love for God and His Word : 1988 Freed-Hardeman College lectureship1988
Glory to God: Through Christian Living and Through Preaching by Winford Claiborne1989
Advancing Christianity by Winford Claiborne1991
Building Stronger Christian Families by Winford Claiborne1992
Christ in You, the Hope of Glory by Winford Claiborne1993
Settled in Heaven: Applying the Bible to Life by David Lipe ed.1996
The Great I Am: Our Unsearchable God by David Lipe ed.1997
At His Coming by David Lipe ed.1998
Hearing Wisdom's Voice: Proverbs at the Millennium by David Lipe1999
Receiving God’s Righteousness: Grace and Glory in Romans by David Lipe2000
New Beginnings: God, Man, and Redemption in Genesis by David Lipe2001
Exalting Christ In The Church: Unsearchable Riches In Ephesians and Colossians by David L. Lipe2002
When We Hurt: Tragedy and Triumph in Job by David L. Lipe2003
Opening Our Eyes to Jesus: From Darkness to Light in Acts by David L. Lipe2004
A Light to the Nations: Judgment and Hope in Isaiah by David Lipe2005
A Call to Faithfulness: Better Things in Hebrews by David Lipe ed.2006
Hear O Israel: Preserving a Godly Heritage in Deuteronomy by David L. Lipe2007
Behold the Lamb: John’s Gospel of Belief by David L. Lipe2008
Freed-Hardeman University 2008 Lectures by David Lipe2008
Crying Out to God: Prayer and Praise in the Psalms by David L. Lipe2010
Proclamation and Promise: Major Themes in the Minor Prophets by David Lipe2011

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