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The Threshold Covenant or the Beginning of Religious Rites

By Trumbull, H. Clay

Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1896. First Edition First Printing . Hardcover. Good. 12mo. 335 pages, indexed. Hardcover bound in red cloth with Egyptian illustration in gilt on front cover. Binding is rubbed, has soiling from handling. Scuffing on rear cover. Corners are bumped. EX-LIBRARY COPY from a church library with full markings. White label at foot of spine. Spine is toned. Card pocket on front pastedown, due date slip pasted to front flyleaf. Library stamp on rear pastedown. Text is toned, has occasional pencil marks.


Main Points in Church History: A Short Course

By Lawrence, Anna L

Milwaukee, WI: The young Churchman, Co, 1915. Hardcover. Very Good. 12mo. 42 pages. Hardcover bound in brown boards. Binding has a few chipped places on front cover. Moderately rubbed. Inner hinges secure. Text is unmarked.


The Social Opportunity of the Churchman

By Gilbert, Charles K; Lathrop, Charles N

New York: Department of Christian Social Service, 1922. Soft cover. Good. 12mo. 107 pages. Softcover in green wrappers. Binding is rubbed, soiled from handling. Some toning. Text is clean.


The Breach with Rome: A Defense of the Continutity of the Church of England during the Reformation

By Nes, Rev. William H.

Milwaukee, WI / London: Morehouse Publishing/ A. R. Mowbray & Co, 1928. Hardcover. Very Good. 12mo. 62 pages. Hardcover in green cloth. A 2 inch long pink stain on front cover. Boards show light rubbing. Prior owner's name on front pastedown. Text is clean.


The Reformation in England

By Day, E Hermitage

London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1925. Soft cover. Very Good. 16mo. 31 pages. Softcover staple bound in blue wrappers. Prior owner's name is written on front cover. Binding has some sunning at edges. Rear cover has 1.5 inch flap torn on fore-edge. Text is clean.


Voices of Reason in Christian History: The Great Apologists: Their Lives and Legacies
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Voices of Reason in Christian History: The Great Apologists: Their Lives and Legacies

By Murphy, Gannon

Worcester, Massachusetts: Christian Publications, 2005. Soft cover. Fine. 8vo. 233 pages. Soft cover bound in brown wrappers. A fresh, clean copy.


The Seventy Weeks and the Great Tribulation

By Mauro, Philip

Dahlonega, GA: Crown Rights Book Company, 1999. Soft cover. Very Good. Large 12mo. 279 pages. Softcover in white and colour illustrated wrappers. Binding is lightly rubbed. Text is clean.


Pedobaptist and Campbellite Immersions [REPRINT]

By Dayton, A. C.

Aberdeen, Mississippi: The Baptist, 1977. Hardcover. Near Fine. 12mo. 237 pages. REPRINT of the 1903 edition. Hardcover in red boards. Binding is moderately rubbed, with a scuff on the rear cover that goes down to the board. Text is clean.


The Division of Christendom: Christianity in the Sixteenth Century
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The Division of Christendom: Christianity in the Sixteenth Century

By Hillerbrand, Hans J.

Louisville, London: Westminster John Knox Press, 2007. Soft cover. Very Good. 8vo. 504 pages, indexed. Softcover in grey illustrated wrappers. Covers are lightly rubbed. White price sticker on rear cover. Text is clean and sound.


St. Augustine's Conversion. An Outline of His Development to the Time of His Ordinaiton

By Simpson, W. J. Sparrow

New York: The Macmillan Company, 1930. Hardcover. Good. 8vo. 276 pages, indexed. Hardcover bound in navy blue cloth. The binding is rubbed and worn with some damp staining on the front and rear covers near the spine. Spine is faded. A sound copy with secure inner hinges. Endpapers foxed; text is toned.


Witchcraft in the Middle Ages

By Russell, Jeffrey Burton

Ithaca and London: Cornell Univ Pr, 1972. First Edition First Printing . Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo. 394 pages, indexed. Hardcover with a brown dust jacket. Light wear to the jacket. A sound copy and clean within.


The Revolution Against the Church: From Reason to the Supreme Being

By Michel Vovelle

Columbus: Ohio State Univ Pr, 1991. First Edition First Printing . Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good. 8vo. 214 pages, indexed. Hardcover with a blue and white dust jacket. Light wear to the jacket, which has a couple of contact marks on the front panel. A sound copy and clean within.


Index Canonum, the Greek Text. An English Translation and a Complete Digest of the Entire Code of Canon Law of the Undivided Primitive Church with a Dissertation on the Seventh Canon of Ephesus and the Chalcedonian Decree of Doctrinal Liberty

By Fulton, John

New York: Thomas Whittaker, 1883. Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo. 393 pages, indexed. Hardcover bound in olive green cloth. Light wear to the binding. Bevelled edges and secure inner hinges. Text is toned with some occasional pencil underlining or notations. Text also shows some foxing. Extensive pencil notations on the rear flyleaf. Early owner's signature of S. F. Mordeai on the front pastedown. Samuel F. Mordecai was the first dean of the Law School at Trinity College (now Duke University) at Durham, North Carolina.


La Conqueste de Constantinople.

By Villehardouin, Geoffroy de. (Prepared by Julian Eugene White)

New York: Appleton-Century Crofts, 1968. Soft cover. Very Good. 12mo. 197 pages, indexed. Softcover bound in burgundy wrappers. Light wear to the binding. Yellow price sticker on the front cover. The binding is sound and the text is clean. Text is in French.


St Dominic in Early Tuscan Painting

By Kaftal, George

Oxford, UK: Blackfriars, 1948. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Very Good/Fair. 8vo. 95 pages. First edition hardcover in black and white dust jacket. Corners are bumped and rubbed. DJ is rubbed, shows slight tearing at edges, with chipping at headcap/foot of spine. Text is foxed but sound.


The Rise of the Quakers

By Harvey, T. Edmund

London: Headley Brothers, 1909. Hardcover. Very Good. 12mo. 181 pages. Cover is green cloth with the title in silver on the cover and spine. Inner hinges secure. White gift label is pasted inside front cover. Previous owner's signature on front flyleaf. Foxing on first 7 pages and last few pages of book. Some pencil marks in margins throughout text. Otherwise sound.


Fruhchristliche Kunst Und Kulture Von Den Anfangen Bis Zum 7. Jahrhundert.

By Effenberger, Arne.

Leipzig: Koehler & Amelang, 1986. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo. 383 pages, indexed. Folding map/diagram at the rear. Harback with a tan pictorial dust jacket. The jacket shows some moderate rubbing. Illustrated with photos and diagrams. Written in German. Auf deutsch.


Lyric Religion - The Romance of Immortal Hymns

By Smith, H. Augustine

New York, London, Edinburgh: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1931. Hardcover. Good. 8vo. 517 pages, indexed. Hardcover bound in blue cloth. Cover is worn and rubbed, corners and spine are bumped. Hinges are sound. Half of the front flyleaf is cut away.


Catechisms of the Second Reformation. Part I- The Shorter Catechism of the Westminster Assembly and its Puritan Precursors. Part II- Rutherfurd's and Other Scottish Catechism of the Same Epoch. With Historical Introduction and Biographical Notices

By Mitchell, Alexander F.

Mitchell, Alexander F.: James Nisbet & Co., 1886. First Edition First Printing . Hardcover. Fair. 8vo. 296 pages. Hardcover bound in original brown publisher's cloth. An ex-library copy with full markings, including shelf label, inner pocket, ink stamps, etc. The text is toned but generally clean. Inner hinges tender. Early owner's 1887 inscription of A. DeWelles Miller of Charlotte, North Carolina is on the title page.


The Sermons of Mr. Henry Smith, Sometime Minister of St. CLement Danes, London, Together with Other His Learned Treatises: All now Gathered into One Volume. Also the Life of the Reverend and Learned Authour

By Smith, Henry. (By Tho. Fuller)

London: Printed by E. F. (Elizabeth Flesher) and A. M. (Anne Maxwell) for Nathaniel Brooks, 1675. Hardcover. Poor. Quarto. 631, 174 pages (lacks 1 leaf). Hardcover bound in original full calf. The binding is very worn, and most of the leather on the spine has perished with the sewing beneath visible. The text block is mostly broken between pages 320 and 321. Lacks the front flyleaf, but the original potrait is present. Part of the front pastedown is torn away; lacks the rear flyleaf and final leaf of text. The title page is soiled, damped, and has some abrasions effecting the lettering. Part of Smith's title under his name is missing, and the printer's names are also missing (surface torn off the paper). Early notations on the recto of the engraved frontis give a name of John Porter of London ("Departed tis life... 1690). Another inscription on the same leaf reads, "Katheren Brown Her Book December 10th 1759 of Belleracay (?) Parish in the County of Essex. / Sam'l ..(?).. wrote this." There is a second part with a separate title page and separate pagination after the first 631 pages entitled "Three Sermons...." This is as the book was publised, and this title page bears the date of 1673. There are also some early notations on the blank leaf facing this second title page showing some 17th century family history notations as well as a baptism notation (of Katharine Barker) dated 1710. Henry Smith (1560-1591) was one of the most popular preachers in Elizabethan London. Thomas Fuller (1608-1661) was an English churchman and historian and published many books in the 17th century. A scarce volume of sermons by a noted Puritan preacher that was printed by two women. Even in the condition, this is quite scarce, especially with the portrait.


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