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THE CONCORDANT LIBRARY
CONCORDANT LITERAL NEW
Version presents God's Word in a most useful form. It
is a literal translation, seeking to carry over the
Original text through a consistent "concordant" English
vocabulary. The type is large and readable, with boldface
representing the actual English translation of the original
Greek and lightface showing English words added for
idiomatic clarity or to reflect grammatical significance.
Each page has wide margins. An abbreviation key is
provided, and there is a comprehensive Explanatory
Introduction as well as six pages of Instructions
Blue simulated leather. . . . . . . . . . .
CONCORDANT LITERAL NEW TESTAMENT
As described above, but in paperback and without the KEYWORD CONCORDANCE.
Kivar binding . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.00
624 pages (ISBN 0-910424-09-8)
CONCORDANT GREEK TEXT
This text gives all the readings of the three most ancient codices—Alexandrinus, Vaticanus and Sinaiticus. Although worthwhile readings from other sources, including the Papyri, the evidence of the Fathers, ancient versions, later manuscripts and modern scholarship were given ample consideration, it was found that the three major ancient texts contain every letter which modern editors deem genuine. Our CONCORDANT GREEK TEXT allows the reader to see every passage just as it was penned nearly two thousand years ago, in the ancient uncial alphabet.
An ultra-literal and consistent English sublinear is provided which uniformly expresses the Greek grammar with English standards. Wherever possible the first letter of the English standard in the sublinear stands directly under the first letter of the corresponding Greek word. With a format uniform throughout to facilitate reference, there are 20 Greek letters to the line and 50 to the column, giving 1000 to the page. Readings variant from the basic text are given in the superlinear.
Black simulated leather,
Individual volumes of the Concordant Version of the Old Testament
(For complete Set, see below.)
(Genesis–Deuteronomy) . . . . . . . . . . . 16.00
THE FORMER PROPHETS
(Joshua, Judges, 1–2 Sam., 1–2 Kings) . . . . . . . . . . . 16.00
. . . . . . . . . . . 14.00
PSALMS AND OTHER WRITINGS
(Psa., Prov., Ecc., S. of Songs, Ruth, Lam., Dan.) . . . . . . . . . . . 16.00
THE LATTER PROPHETS
(Isa., Jer. Ezek., Minor Proph.) . . . . . . . . . . . 18.00
— SETS —
The CONCORDANT LITERAL
NEW TESTAMENT with KEYWORD CONCORDANCE,
Three volumes, hardcover . . . . . . . . . . . . 57.00
The CONCORDANT VERSION OF THE OLD TESTAMENT (complete Old Testament set):
(1) The Pentateuch (Genesis–Deuteronomy); (2) The Former Prophets (Josh. Judg., 1–2 Sam., 1–2 Kings);
(3) 1 Chronicles–Job; (4) Psalms and Other Writings (Psa., Prov., Ecc., S. of Songs, Ruth, Lam., Dan.);
(5) The Latter Prophets (Isa., Jer. Ezek., Minor Proph.).
Five volumes, soft cover, letter-size. . . . . . . . . . . 60.00
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A. E. Knoch’s Commentary was first published more than sixty years ago. It is based on the CONCORDANT LITERAL NEW TESTAMENT and follows the sequence of books from Matthew to Revelation. Important passages are dealt with succinctly, yet with remarkable helpfulness, especially in light of the relative brevity of the entries. Ample cross-references to notes on related sections of Scripture are provided. Literary frameworks of the various books of the New Testament are included.
A. E. Knoch,
hardcover, 416 pages
GOD’S EONIAN PURPOSE
This work is a thorough review of God’s plan and purpose, gathering together many of the most basic themes of Scripture, including The Beginning of Creation, The Eons and Administrations, Justification, The Conciliation, Completeness in Christ, and The Goal of the Universe. These and other vital subjects are presented in an interesting and informative manner which will appeal to the sincere student of Scripture for the strengthening of faith.
We live in a day when few believers have a good grasp of the truth that God has a purpose. Many reason that as long as they themselves are saved, nothing else really matters. But to know Christ and to rejoice in the glory of God is just as important. We need to listen to His Word and receive the glorious revelations He has made concerning His operations and goal if we are to possess real joy and satisfying peace.
Loudy, hardcover, 383 pages
ALL IN ALL
This publication is a compilation of the writings of A. E. Knoch on human destiny. The author examines three major theories on this topic current among students of Scripture. The striking phrase “All in all,” which pertains to the vivification of all mankind in 1 Corinthians 15:28 and relates to the reconciliation of the entire intelligent creation in Ephesians 1:23, is discussed at length. Two extensive appendices are included, exploring the usage of the terms “eon” and “eonian” in the Scriptures.
A. E. Knoch, paperback, 222 pages
THE PROBLEM OF EVIL and the JUDGMENTS OF GOD
This book traces the divine function of evil (whatever is harmful or destructive) from its inception to its consummation, by presenting scriptural solutions to the various long-debated questions concerning God and His sovereignty. As one of its subjects, it probes and takes issue with the commonly accepted explanation that Satan, and not God, is responsible for evil. To quote the book’s author: “Almost all of us are shortsighted. We see the judgments, but fail to recognize that they are only part of God’s way with mankind, that they are definitely not an end. We confuse the going with the goal. Judgment is God’s strange work. He uses it as a preparation toward a glorious consummation.” The message in this book is especially valuable to us in these days of doubt and distress, to lead men to rely on and rest in God alone.
A. E. Knoch, paperback, 351 pages
(ISBN 0-910424-59-4) . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.00
THE MYSTERY OF THE GOSPEL
or The Secret of the Evangel
Somehow the very word “mystery” seems to shut the door of love in our faces instead of opening portals for it. The word “mystery” looms large and dark and shadowy. It seems to defy understanding. None but the wisest may even attempt the solution to a “mystery”! Not so with the mysteries in God’s Holy Word. They are simply secrets. Once they were hidden and could not be known. And yet, after God revealed them, they were easily understood by all who had ears to hear.
When the apostle Paul was held captive in Rome, his burning desire was to blaze abroad the Secret. No longer could he go among the ecclesias to impart God’s glorious revelation, so in Ephesians 6:19 he asked his readers to pray for him that he might open his mouth with boldness “to make known the secret of the evangel.” (An excursus concerning the Greek terms aiõn [eon] and aiõnios [eonian] is included.)
Knoch, paperback, 297 pages
CONCORDANT STUDIES IN THE BOOK OF DANIEL
Prophecy is of great value to our spirits in our everyday life. It exists not merely to afford us predictions concerning future events, but to reveal timeless truths for our use in the midst of the toil and turmoil of today. The political situation in the Middle East in the years to come is fully discussed in this book. See for yourself why we might watch for an upright ruler in a Greater Egypt to stand up as this event will probably be the first sign of the approaching time of the end.
A. E. Knoch, hardcover, 464 pages
Ephesians 6:13-17 is a favorite passage to many people. CHECK YOUR PANOPLY (the Whole Armor of God) explores its meaning for today, and its practical application with our prayer: “Our place in Christ will not exempt us from the wicked one’s attacks. We must be vigilant to maintain a sufficient and continuous supply of spiritual vitality. God in His wisdom has provided a complete suit of armor which is an entirely adequate protection against the stratagems of the Adversary.”
Rocke, paperback, 240 pages
Originally published over 100 years ago, this book attempts to answer the question of questions: Can Evil triumph finally over Good? If we answer affirmatively with the popular creed, we are practically falling into Dualism. But if we reply in the negative, we are teaching Universalism. Such are the issues involved. Men strive to save the popular creed by various modifications: by diminishing the number of the lost, by softening their torments, or by asserting their annihilation. What are all these but so many tacit confessions that men everywhere feel it impossible to maintain the creed still generally professed? This early work on universal reconciliation deals with these things, and more. Like Jukes’ RESTITUTION OF ALL THINGS, Allin’s CHRIST TRIUMPHANT includes much interesting church history.
Allin, paperback, 327 pages
The author, who wrote FOUR VIEWS OF CHRIST and THE LAW OF THE OFFERINGS, also penned this work, which originally took form as an extensive letter to a friend in the 1860’s. This reprint brings the reader into an aspect of the author’s later ministry which may surprise some. In it he examines the Scriptures regarding the destiny of the human race.
Jukes, paperback, 194 pages
This stimulating commentary on Galatians is sure to increase the student’s understanding of the apostle Paul’s epistle on liberty. Clear insight and careful exegesis work together to bring the reader into a greater appreciation of Paul’s ministry, especially his emphasis on the cross of Christ. In Galatians, the breadth and force of the apostle’s intellect, his boundless devotion to the Saviour, and the depth and warmth of his love reach their zenith.
Gelesnoff, paperback, 143 pages
This book explores the various evangels (or gospels) of the Scripture, with a special emphasis given to the message of God’s grace for believers today. These gospels are described chronologically and include the gospel which God brought to Abraham, the gospel Gabriel brought to Zechariah, the gospel an angel brought to the shepherds, the gospel Timothy brought from the Thessalonians to Paul, the gospel of the Circumcision, the gospel of the Uncircumcision (including the “Mystery”), the gospel of the unsearchable riches of Christ, and the eonian (“everlasting”) gospel of the book of Revelation.
Loudy, hardcover, 122 pages
This book is a compilation of studies on the subject of spirit. Most of the material centers on Paul’s epistle to the Ephesians, with such topics as our spiritual blessings among the celestials, the sealing and earnest of the spirit, and the unity of the spirit. Spiritual warfare is discussed, as well as matters concerning the human spirit and the holy spirit of God.
Knoch, paperback, 157 pages
This work deals with the problem of death and God’s solution of resurrection and immortality through the work of the Lord Jesus Christ. Writing during his final illness, the author was not anticipating a passage into an intermediate state between death and resurrection, but rather looking forward to the gift of life and immortality provided by Christ’s victory. The widely accepted teaching of the immortality of the soul, which makes resurrection unnecessary and detracts from the value of our Lord’s sacrifice, is shown to be unscriptural. There are provided concordant studies of the words “soul” and “spirit,” which are certain to be of much value to the reader who wants to find scriptural truth on these subjects.
Kirk, paperback, 111 pages
The verbal pivot on which swings the question, “Does the Bible teach the doctrine of Endless Punishment?” is the word aiõn and its derivatives and reduplications. The author of this treatise has endeavored to put within brief compass the essential facts pertaining to the history and use of the word, and he thinks he has conclusively shown that it affords no support whatever to the erroneous doctrine. Reprint of the 1875 edition.
J. W. Hanson, paperback, 79 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.00
“The last enemy to be destroyed is death!” It was this verse which caused the author, a pastor, to study afresh the subject of the fate of the wicked. The three choices apparent from a surface reading of various biblical texts were eternal torment, extermination or ultimate reconciliation. The author studied to find which one was true. This book is a result of that study. Says the author, “If it proves as satisfying to the reader as it has to the writer we shall have a delightful time ‘rejoicing in hope of the glory of God.’ ”
Dr. Loyal F. Hurley, paperback, 62 pages, . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.00
In this booklet, the glory and victory of life through Christ, as presented in 1 Corinthians 15 are greatly clarified. The work is comprised of three chapters, “Undeniable Evidence for the Resurrection,” “The Vivification of All,” and “How the Dead are Roused.” The richest and most far-reaching revelation concerning resurrection, rousing, and the recall to life is spread before us in the fifteenth chapter of First Corinthians. The hopeless heresy, that none will be raised, provoked the gracious revelation that all will be made alive.
A. E. Knoch, paperback, 48 pages, . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.00
The fundamental facts of human make-up are traced in this booklet, as to body and spirit, which combine to make the living soul. This aids us greatly in grasping the seriousness of death. God alone knows what mankind is. For, while humanity is fitted with many means of sensing the world about it, it has no eyes within. So to the Word of God we turn to learn what He, Who formed the first human being, has to say about His own handiwork.
A. E. Knoch, paperback, 48 pages, . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.00
The Sacred Scriptures are able to make you wise for salvation through faith in Christ Jesus, both for the life which now is and the abundant life which is to come. God’s Word also reveals His unspeakable love, which alone can fill and satisfy every heart. So nothing can compare with the riches of the assurance of understanding in all His Word and will. His love constrains us to share the wealth of spiritual grace with all who have hearing ears and teachable spirits. This is the motivating purpose of this extensive exposition concerning administrational (“dispensational”) truth, that we might become qualified in the Lord’s service, “unashamed worker[s], correctly cutting the word of truth” (2 Tim.2:15).
Adlai Loudy, 72 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.00
Studies from Genesis 12-50. This writing presents the spiritual careers of Abraham and Isaac and Jacob and Joseph. God’s dealings with these four patriarchs are rich in lessons of permanent value. With exquisite, artless simplicity they demonstrate the frailty of our frame, accentuate the gentle forbearance, and illustrate the exhaustless grace of our heavenly Father.
Vladimir Gelesnoff, 80 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.00
That which authoritatively reveals the status of God the Father and our Lord Jesus Christ defines their relationship to the universe by means of two connectives: All is out of God, and, all is through our Lord. Hence we read, “For us there is one God, the Father, out of Whom all is, and we for Him, and one Lord, Jesus Christ, through Whom all is, and we through Him” (1 Cor.8:6). The contrast here is sharp and clear. It is the key to the part played by Christ in the course of the eons. Nothing originates out of Him or consummates into Him, though He is the Origin and the Consummation. All comes through Him, from the beginning to the end. CHRIST AND DEITY begins with this thesis and studies all its ramifications in depth.
A. E. Knoch, 61 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.00
It is striking to note that the earliest revelation concerning our own happy expectation was given to saints who were sorrowing for loved ones (1 Thess.4:18). And to this day one will not find more comforting words for the bereaved believer than in Paul’s message concerning those who were put to repose. Here we have the balm needed for our wounded feelings when a beloved believer is put to repose. The subjects covered in this booklet include: How the dead are roused; The expectation of His calling; Who shall go through the Great Tribulation; What is the Trumpet of God; and Who will be snatched away. Besides providing much practical teaching, this study clearly demonstrates that the “rapture”—the time when we are snatched away to meet the Lord in the air—is a distinct event from, and surely an antecedent to, Christ’s appearance on the Mount of Olives. An excellent study.
A. E. Knoch, 78 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.00
Gods goal for His creatures is clearly set forth in His Word. Yet devout and earnest men differ radically as to what the consummation will be. Those on all sides of the question feel very strongly that those opposing them are wrong. To resolve the question, the facts are examined by going to the original texts of Scripture. They contain no contradictions. Instead, all is clear, satisfactory and glorious: ‘The secret of God’s will . . .is to have an administration of the complement of the eras, to head up all in the Christ . . .” (Eph.1:9,10), and “to reconcile all to Him (making peace through the blood of His cross), through Him, whether those on the earth or those in the heavens” (Col.1:20). Most popular objections to this clear teaching of Scripture are considered.
A. E. Knoch, 51 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.00
This treatise is comprised of a series of seven articles dealing with human destiny and the purpose of the eons. The topics discussed include how the many shall be constituted just, God’s purpose in creation, God, Who wills that all mankind be saved, the completeness of salvation, the final goal of God’s love, the evangel and its ultimate consequences, and the definitive meaning of the Greek word aiõn.
48 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.00
This work is a comprehensive study of the power and glory of Christ, God’s Anointed, before His descent to become a man. When Christ is fully revealed, we no longer doubt His pre-existence but praise and worship Him as God’s Creative Original, in Whom and through Whom all else has been brought into existence, Who laid aside His preeminence for the form of a slave and humbled Himself, and went down to the accursed cross.
A. E. Knoch, 55 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.00
The letter to the Ephesians is an elaboration of the definition of the present secret economy that in spirit the nations are to be joint-enjoyers, a joint-body and joint-partakers of the promise in Christ Jesus through the evangel of which Paul became the dispenser. This is the “Ephesian secret”, concerning which the following study is presented. May it lead the believer into a greater perception and grasp of the love of God in which we are rooted and grounded!
A. E. Knoch, 63 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.00
Issue of the Concordant Newsletter containing a reprint of A. E. Knoch’s reply to a pamphlet written by R. A. Torrey, defending the traditional teaching of an eternal hell.
A. E. Knoch, 24 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.00
Issue of the Concordant Newsletter. Dean Hough discusses the relationship between the “sin offering” (Christ's death for our sins), which had been predicted in the Hebrew Scriptures), and the “conciliation” (the “secret of the evangel”) which had been hushed up in previous times. James Coram presents: a detailed exposition on the logical fallacies of “free will”; and a explanation of the use of the term “holy spirit” in the CONCORDANT VERSION.
Dean Hough and James Coram, 24 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.00
Issue of the Concordant Newsletter. These two expositions both deal with the distinction between the “milk” of the Word and stronger spiritual “meat.” The first discusses the role of the intellect in the comprehension of deeper spiritual truths; the second with “when and how should the truth be shared” with others.
James Coram, 24 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.00
Issue of the Concordant Newsletter. The question “What is the Kingdom of the heavens?” is one of perenial interest. This exposition traces that subject throughout the Hebrew Scriptures, and provides a backdrop for the proclamation by John the Baptist, “Behold the kingdom of the heavens has drawn near!”
Vladimir Gelesnoff, 24 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.00
This booklet consists of a series of devotional articles on spiritually enriching themes. Living a life in God we should not be worrying about anything. Instead, let us remember the way of victory and meditate on all the spiritual blessings among the celestials with which we are blessed. Let us strive to live in the life and peace of God awaiting that day when we shall be living together with Christ, at the same time believing in our hearts that God, the Father, shall become All in all.
William Mealand, 36 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.00
The inspired Scriptures never speak of “eternity.” They describe nothing as eternal and contain no term bearing our time-sense of everlasting. This reprint of an article originally entitled “How Eternity Slipped In” is a classic study of the way in which human tradition can obscure the original meanings of words in the Scriptures.
Alexander Thomson, 40 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.00
Two separate studies are included in this booklet. The first, The Address on the Envelope, explains that the historic, prophetic and literary portions of Scripture are usually in the form of short scrolls. God’s latest and highest communications have come to us in the form of letters or, if more formal or of a public character, epistles. The epistolary portions of the Scriptures are usually introduced by some specific indication as to the person or persons from whom the epistle comes and to whom it is directed. Knowing this and applying this principle in a practical way will be of great help in learning to “correctly cut the Word of truth.” When Did the Church Begin? is a study centered in the book of Acts, answering the question asked through its title, giving special attention to the significance of Paul’s being “severed” (Acts 13:2), with a view toward establishing the ecclesia which is Christ’s body, beginning the ecclesia as it is today.
A. E. Knoch, 30 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.00
This booklet explores what has become a prolific source of confusion: the usual inconsistency in rendering the Hebrew word olam and the Greek words aiõn and aiõnios (uniformly translated “eon” and “eonian” in the Concordant Version). These same terms in precisely identical settings are frequently represented by a variety of English words conveying widely divergent ideas, even antithetical concepts. Clearly, a study of the subject should be founded on the inspired Original alone.
G. H. Todd, 47 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.00
When interpreted as a fictional story, the story of the Rich Man and Lazarus offers no opposition to the teaching of the Old Testament concerning the death state. But when read as literal history it negates the entire volume of Hebrew revelation. The alternatives presented are either to allow this passage to dominate and control the explanation of the remainder of Scripture, or else to interpret these verses in such a way as will not conflict with or contradict it. To the student adopting the latter course, a grave difficulty seems to present itself: How can we interpret as a parable that which is not called such? On the other hand it must be admitted that a story (a record or account), in order to make an important point, may well be fictional; it need not be historical. The author notes that the entirety of Luke 15 and 16 is a multipart parable but actually constitutes a singular teaching on a unified theme. The key elements in the Lord’s obviously fictional story of the Rich Man and Lazarus were drawn from Jewish Oral Tradition later recorded in the Talmud, from which citations and references are included.
Alan Burns, 30 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.00
The fourth chapter of Ephesians tells us what gifts are ours today. There are great changes. Most of the early gifts were dropped in this adjustment. They are no longer needed. Two new ones were added and three are carried over. It is worth every effort to clarify the relation between the gifts in 1 Corinthians and those in Ephesians. This work allows the reader to overcome the difficulties involved in this task.
A. E. Knoch, 32 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.00
This booklet gives good introductory material on what Christ taught about heaven and “hell”, as well as revelation on this subject from the Old Testament and the epistles of Paul. To quote the author in his introduction: “There was a time when I thought I knew this well. But this knowledge which seemed so clear, so blessed, so wonderful when it first dawned upon me, changed more and more into an unsolvable problem, yes, even a hideous nightmare, because of the way the matter was presented to me in all the churches and meetings I attended.” This study will help the reader begin to solve the problem in his own mind.
A. E. Knoch, 27 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.00
Reading of the marvelous gifts in 1 Corinthians 12, who has not been struck with the last verse of the chapter: “Covet earnestly the best gifts”? That is what we would like to do! But what do the closing words mean: “And yet show I unto you a more excellent way”? Can it be that there is something even better than the best gifts? If so, what is it and how may we enjoy it? This booklet helps us find the answer.
A. E. Knoch, 23 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.00
That God is all-powerful is demonstrated using the illustration of His mighty dealings with Pharoah. In addition, the greatest manifestation of His strength, the work of the Cross, is considered.
John H. Essex, 21 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.00
In God’s Word only one writer, the apostle Paul, speaks of the purpose of God, His view and control of human events. The apostle’s writings on this subject in Romans and 2 Timothy are explored.
John H. Essex, 15 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.50
In today’s popular formularized preaching the grace of God is unrecognized and effectually denied. Faith accords with grace, not “requirement-meeting.” If the evangel’s significance has become clouded to us through a mistaken belief that it is finally by our own obedience, the cross of Christ not withstanding, that we fend off God’s indignation, we will lose much precious truth of great practical value.
James Coram, 24 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.00
Two expositions: one addressing the true significance of the word “soul,” both in the Hebrew and Greek Scriptures; and the other a critical analysis of the various terms commonly mistranslated or otherwise associated with “hell.”
James Coram, 24 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.00
Probably most people under biblical influence have been either perplexed or distressed by the alarming phrase, “the unpardonable sin.”. How many have morbidly imagined that they had committed this sin and spoiled their whole career! To the contrary, since Christ died for all that all might live, and all who will be saved will be saved by grace, it follows that eventually all will be saved, that God may be All in all.
A. E. Knoch, James Coram, 24 pages . . . . . . . . . . 2.00
This is a detailed study of baptism throughout the Scriptures. It discusses the meaning of baptism as it is associated with Israel and it’ rituals, the Kingdom and it’ prerequisites, and the Body of Christ with it’ “ baptism.”
A. E. Knoch, 64 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.00
First and second in a series of studies on the book of Matthew. When our Lord came into this world He came to save: “you shall be calling His name Jesus, for He shall be saving His people from their sins” (Matt.1:21). This important declaration of God's intention forms a solid basis for all that is recorded throughout the book of Matthew, and must be kept in mind in the midst of the stern warnings of judgment, even including that of “fire unextinguished”.
Dean Hough, 20 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.50
Third and fourth in a series of studies on the book of Matthew. Jesus had announced the nearness of the kingdom, but the kingdom with its deliverance from the many evils of present life could not immediately appear. No one could achieve the perfection demanded by the Sermon on the Mount apart from a deliverance from sin. The death of Christ, as the One Who saves from sin, must occur first, and provide the basis for all the blessings of the kingdom.
Dean Hough, 20 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.50
God has a goal. He intends to become All in all of His creatures. He will accomplish this by way of reconciling all His enemies by the blood of Christ's cross, by justifying, vivifying, and saving all mankind at the consummation. Those who believe now are saved by His grace. For those who do not believe there is a long, dark, and painful process of judgment, all the while leading to the same bright goal.
A. E. Knoch, 20 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.50
Fifth and sixth in a series of studies on the book of Matthew. The good news of the nearness of the kingdom was qualified by limitations and sober warnings through much of our Lord's ministry to Israel. And while severe losses and lamentations lay ahead for those who opposed or simply failed to heed the word, the fact remains that Jesus will eventually save Israel from their sins, even the sins of unbelief and enmity.
Dean Hough, 16 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.50
A reprint of the May, 1965 issue of Unsearchable Riches magazine; a memorial to A. E. Knoch. Contains much biographical information as well as a historical sketch of the Concordant Publishing Concern. This document, in a five-part series, is also available on-line, referenced from our standard Concordant Expositions page.
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German edition of the CONCORDANT LITERAL NEW TESTAMENT WITH KEYWORD CONCORDANCE. Published in Germany.
Flexible black vinyl cover, 651 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 25.00
This printing is a page-for-page photographic enlargement of the typeset pages of our standard CONCORDANT LITERAL NEW TESTAMENT, reproduced on three-hole punched, 8-1/2x11 inch sheets. Wide margins are afforded for notes. This edition is useful not only for partially sighted readers but as well for those wishing to have study sheets of Paul’s epistles available for notebook use.
Looseleaf, unbound, 144 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.00
Studies in the Psalms and their Titles. An in depth study of special terms used in the titles, superscriptions and subscriptions of the Psalms. Originally appeared in Dr. Bullinger's periodical “Things to come.” Reprint of the 1908 edition.
E. W. Bullinger, D.D., 314 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 20.00
The CONCORDANT VERSION of the book of Lamentations is presented here along with notes selected and adapted from a study written by Vladimir Gelesnoff. What is startling in this book is not simply the horror of Jerusalem’s devastation but the fact that this has come upon the very people and city marked out from the rest of the nations by special divine favor. These sorrows are traced to the divine activity of God Who is being revealed through the pains and sorrows of temporary affliction. The principle of God’s faithfulness in the midst of sufferings remains as vivid and meaningful to us as it was to the people of Judah so long ago.
48 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.00
This is a detailed study on the translation and mistranslation of this important verse of Scripture in which we read of the display of God’s love.
A. E. Knoch, 16 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . .75
Why is man in the world? The solution is found in the Scriptures alone, but even there it is not immediately evident. The wisdom of God in His design is shown.
14 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . .75
A. E. Knoch’s reply to an article written in “Our Hope” magazine, which attempted to discredit the teaching of “universal reconciliation.”
A. E. Knoch, 24 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . .75
This study demonstrates that neither man as a whole nor any part of him enters a new, unknown condition at death. Death is an evidence of neither immortality nor annihilation.
A. E. Knoch, 21 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . .75
Is the soul spiritual or sensual? This question is carefully considered in the scriptural contexts where the word “soul” occurs. “Soul” is the sensation resulting from the combination of an organic body with breath, or spirit.
A. E. Knoch, 16 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . .75
This study contrasts these two distinct figures of speech associated with two distinct groups, believers in two distinct evangels.
E. H. Clayton, 7 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . .75
A series of meditations on the scriptural secrets (“mysteries”) concerning: the Gospel, Callous Israel, the Secret Evangel, Marriage, Messiah, Resurrection, the Kingdom, the Seven Stars, Great Babylon, Lawlessness and Godliness.
A. E. Knoch, 23 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
This study contrasts Paul’s “one baptism” into “one body,” with the baptism associated with the “Great Commission,” to disciple and baptize the nations.
R. H. Lampkin, 16 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
A Concordant Study in Greek and English Grammar. Mr. Knoch explains and defends the CONCORDANT VERSION’S rendering of the indefinite (commonly called “aorist”) tense.
A. E. Knoch, 32 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Men have more sense of awe when speaking of earthly dignitaries than when referring to Him Who is above them all. The pronunciation and especially the meaning of God’s name are studied here.
A. E. Knoch, 12 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Israel was commanded to keep holy the sabbath day. As this is one of the Ten Commandments, are believers also to observe the sabbath?
A. E. Knoch, 5 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
From out of the glory we shall go forth to the measureless delight of life in God. To this life are the members of the body of Christ called.
William Mealand, 7 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
We revel in the riches of God’s grace and in the blessed fact of our exaltation in Christ Jesus. How shall we appreciate our new position in Christ?
William Mealand, 8 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
The title “Son of Abraham” is pregnant with blessing for all the nations of the earth, as well as rights to the land of promise. Material and spiritual blessings through Abraham are studied and distinguished.
A. E. Knoch, 10 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
The night, although darkest just before dawn, is far spent and the day is at hand, a day of a very special nature: “That Day”! Helpful consolation from the Scriptures.
Cecil J. Blay, 8 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Sin’s entrance into the world resulted in two distinct penalties: suffering and death. One affects our souls; the other, our spirits. This study explores the role of each.
A. E. Knoch, 16 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
We can banish doubts arising from reading discordant translations of Scripture. Scripture is not contradictory. The Devil takes nothing, and God is shown to be truly omnipotent.
8 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
How shall we realize power and triumph over the enemy? By standing in Christ, withstanding the foes.
William Mealand, 8 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
God knew that men would invent their own theological terms and that this would be the most subtle of all means for deceiving His saints.
A. E. Knoch, 8 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
GOD’S EONIAN TIMES CHART
Set of tracts (1 copy each) . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.00
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