Series: Gospel Advocate Reprint Library

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An Exposition and Defense of the Scheme of Redemption As It is Revealed and Taught in the Holy Scriptures by Robert Milligan
The Gospel Plan of Salvation by T. W. Brents
The Model Church by G. C. Brewer
Revelation in 26 lessons by Frank L. Cox

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  1. The New Testament Church by Roy E. Cogdill (1946)
  2. The Holy Spirit, His personality, nature, works by H. Leo Boles (1942)
  3. The New Testament Church by F. B. Srygley (1910)
  4. A Commentary on the Book of Revelation by John T. Hinds (1937)
  5. Daniel and Revelation: A Study of Two Extraordinary Visions by James M. Efird (1978)
  6. Servants in Charge: A Training Manual for Elders and Deacons (Christian life & ministry series) by Keith M. Bailey (1997)
  7. The Church of Christ by Thomas W. Phillips (1905)
  8. Why I Am a Member of the Church of Christ by Leroy Brownlow (1945)
  9. Why We Believe the Bible by George W. Dehoff (1941)
  10. Hermeneutics by D. R. Dungan (1888)
  11. A treatise on the eldership: A series of editorial articles originally published in the Apostolic times by J. W. McGarvey (1870)
  12. A commentary on the New Testament Epistles, Volume 1 : Romans by David Lipscomb (1957)
  13. The Church and Its Elders by J. B. Myers (1981)
  14. The Christian System by Alexander Campbell (1839)
  15. The Search for the Ancient Order by Earl Irvin West (1949)

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