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Epistles Reading Plan

I have just added a new reading plan, The Epistles in 120 Days. This is a chapter by chapter plan in straight book order. You can order it by using the link on Available Books.

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Broken and Fixed

mpo_vt04It was brought to my attention that the link on “Available Books” for sending my your Laridian number and desired books was broken. (Must be some dust bunnies messing this up, ‘cause it COULDN’T be my fault!)
Anyway, life in the universe is back to normal and the link is fixed thanks to my trusty programmers!

A Commentary on The Westminster Confession of Faith

Though written 150 years ago in 1869, A.A. Hodge’s  “A Commentary on the Westminster Confession of Faith” (or “The Westminster Confession: A Commentary”) gives a clear understanding of each element of The Westminster Confession of Faith that is still relevant to today.

In this commentary A.A. Hodge, son and successor of Charles Hodge at Princeton Theological Seminary, analyses the chapters and sections of the Confession, gives proofs and illustrations of its teaching, and helps the learner and teacher by adding a series of questions to each chapter. The result is a fine handbook of Christian doctrine explaining all the leading doctrines of Scripture in simple language.

If you would like to add it to your PocketBible® library, let me know via Available Books and I’ll authorize it for you.

Updated Books

If you have previously downloaded “Major Bible Themes” by Lewis Sperry Chafer or “Historical Creeds & Confessions” which is a compendium of Christian creeds and confessions, both of these books have been updated to correct errors and in the case of “Historical Creeds & Confessions”, to add Martin Luther’s Shorter Catechism.

As always, the updates automatically show up in your Laridian© PocketBible© library.

I do have a few new books that I’m working on. Check My Free Laridian PocketBible Books to see what’s coming!

Hodge & Chafer

135013-004-B683BB11chaferIn one volume, I have combined Charles Hodge’s commentaries on Romans, 1st Corinthians and Galatians. He also did 2nd Corinthians, but so far I have been unable to find a usable public domain copy of this commentary.  If I locate one, I’ll work on it and add it to this tome.

Also, Lewis Sperry Chafer published, “Major Bible Themes” which is now available also.

If you would like to add them to your PocketBible® library, let me know via Available Books and I’ll authorize them for you.

Coming Soon!

7200697F-E4EB-4153-9F7E-444E24E90567I admit, my theological beliefs may be a bit like gumbo.  I’ll read something from Covenant theology and think, “Hmmm, good point.” But then, another day something Dispensational may make an opposing interpretation and I’ll think, “Hmmm, good point.”  I guess that has been helpful in being involved in interdenominational ministry.

So, if you are not afraid of study material from both major branches of Christian theology, Calvinism and Dispensationalism, I have dual upcoming offerings in the next couple of weeks.  I’ll post again when they are completed and ready for download.

Charles Hodge (Calvinist)

  • Commentaries on Romans, 1st Corinthians and Ephesians
  • The Holy Spirit

Lewis Sherry Chafer (Dispensationalist)

  • Major Bible Themes