Series: International Library of Philosophy and Theology: Biblical and Theological Studies

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The Ark of the Covenant from conquest to kingship by Marten H. Woudstra
The Atonement by John Murray
The Authority of the New Testament Scriptures by Herman N. Ridderbos
Barth's Christology by Cornelius Van Til
Barth's soteriology (International library of philosophy and theology: Biblical and theological studies series) by Robert L. Reymond
Biblical Predestination by Gordon H. Clark
Bultmann's demythologized kerygma (International library of philosophy and theology: Biblical and theological studies) by Robert L. Reymond
Christ and the Jews by Cornelius Van Til
Christianity and the Problems of Origins by Philip Edgcumbe Hughes
Church and state in the New Testament (International library of philosophy and theology: Biblical and theological studie by Jacob Marcellus Kik
The control of human life (International library of philosophy and theology. Biblical and theological studies) by Philip Edgcumbe Hughes
Darius the Mede, The Historical Chronology of Daniel (International Library of Philosophy & Theology, Biblical Theological Studies) by John C. Whitcomb
A Defense of Biblical Infallibility by Clark H. Pinnock
The Doctrine of the Church by Edmund P. Clowney
The Doctrine of the Word of God by Thomas A Thomas
The eschatological expectation of Isaiah 40-66 with special reference to Israel and the nations, by Dirk H. Odendaal
Isaiah's Immanuel by Edward E. Hindson
Johannine Logos (Trinity Papers : No. 22) by Gordon H. Clark
Limited Inspiration by Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield
Notes on Galatians by J. Gresham Machen
The Origin of the Solar System: Biblical Inerrancy and the Double-Revelation Theory by John C. Whitcomb
Predestination in the Old Testament (An International library of philosophy and theology. Biblical and theological studies) by Gordon Haddon Clark
Predestination: The Combined Edition of Biblical Predestination and Predestination in the Old Testament by Gordon H. Clark
The problem of original sin in American Presbyterian theology, (An International library of philosophy and theology: Biblical and theological studies) by George P. Hutchinson
Studies in Genesis One by Edward J. Young
Translation and exposition of the Epistle of Jude by George L. Lawlor

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