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    Laurel Wreath

    Lancaster PA: Lancaster Mennonite High School, 2012. High School Yearbook Annual. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.


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    Der Gantze Psalter Davids: Des Königs Und Propheten in 462 Predigten Aussgelgt Und Erklärt ... Ingleichem Der Gantze Kleinere Catechismus Des Grossen Lutheri by Arndt, Johann; Gerhard, Johann

    Franckfurt AM Mayn: J. A. Jung Und M. Andreä. Good. 1719. Later Printing. Hardcover. A decorative binding of a scarce German Lutheran text, with "A. S. B. 1749" in gilt on the front board. Full leather boards with two ornate clasps on leather straps, still in working condition. The spine is worn with leather missing along the joints and spine ends and the text entirely worn off the chipped pasted-on title label. Rubbed and and bumped corners and edges on the 1/4" thick boards. Blind embossing is present on the boards and also on the gilt text block edges, which are worn. Binding is tight, especially for such a large volume. Marbled pastedown endpapers. Previous owner's stamp, color pencil reference number, and dampstain on first free endpaper, with another stamp on the title page. Frontispiece of nine engravings of Biblical scenes and the author Johann Arndt, with a four-inch split down a vertical crease in the page and another tear at the binding side. A few first pages have archival repairs, and there are dampstains in one lower corner margin throughout. Pages are toned with foxing on a few pages but clean overall. [8], 796, 331, [27], 266 pages. Psalms and commentaries. Both Johann Arndt and Johann Gerhard were leading Lutheran theologians in the century before this publication. ; 14 1/2" x 9" x 4" .


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    Baptist Catechism, or a Brief Instruction the Principles of the Christian Religion, Agreeable to the Confession of Faith...to Which are Added Proofs from Scripture

    Wilmington: P. Brynbert, (Printer), 1809. 12mo. Rare American edition, 36pp., bound in plain gray wrappers, worn along spine with some paper loss, a bit of paper lost to upper right corner, internally clean. A very nice copy of this small early book.


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    Wells Cathedral Chapter Act Book 1666-83 by Bailey, Derrick Sherwin

    hb, d/w, 120pp.


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    The Story of Serampore and Its College by Howells, George and A. C. Underwood

    Serampore: Serampore. Good+. 1918. Hardback. Original grey boards with green lettering to front board, slightly chipped at head of spine, internally clean, b&w illustrations.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 85 pages .


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    Welsh Reformation Essasy by Williams, Glanmor

    hb, no d/w, 234pp.


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    The Cocalico Lutheran Parish

    Ephrata PA, 1968. In Memorium of the 32 Years of Our Pastor, Harold F Minnich, 1936-1968. Paperback, Stapled. Fair/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    History of the Reformation in the Sixteenth Century, (5 Volume set) by D'Aubigne, J H Merle; Henry White

    Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1856. 5 volume set [Author's revised edition). Bibliographic References and Index. While D'Aubigne was the most carefully read by 19th Century scholar as well as the general population, he fell out of favor in the early 20th Century. Today scholars note that he was among the finest of the Christian historiographers, that is, the new the methods of Leopold von Ranke though his Christian presuppositions shine through. While many scholars attempt to view the Reformation in an objective study of sources, it often is accompanied with presuppositions that do not recognize the possibility that God is active in history. Just as the critics of C.S. Lewis often minimize his writing which openly comes from a Christian point of view, the same criticism can be applied to D'Aubgine though modern students of historiography such as John B. Roney has brought his significance back into perspective. He notes in this 1846 edition: "I have revised this edition line by line and word by word, it is the only one I have corrected." Later on the Relgious Tract Society offered this in a very large one volume cheap edition which influenced those for whom the 5 volume set was too expensive.


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    Baptists in the U.S.S.R Some Facts And Hopes by J.H. Rushbrooke MA, D.D., LL.D,

    Kingsgate Press. Very Good-. 1943. Paperback. Orange stapled card wraps with black printed titling to the front cover, light wear to the extremities, and faint age toning to the covers, pages a little age toned with some light scattered foxing, yet text remains sharp, binding tight . ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 16 pages .


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    The Interpretation of Material Shapes in Puritanism. A Study of Rhetoric, Prejudice, and Violence. by KIBBEY, Ann

    Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1986. 0521265096. 1st edition. "A detailed analysis of the rhetoric of the Puritan plain style, centering her argument on the influential preacher John Cotton, and discloses a general theory of figuration in the Protestant tradition that has been overlooked by literary critics, hstorians, and sociologists alike....Kibbey finds that their perception of icons, their use of acoustic design in rhetoric, and their interpretations of human beings as physical objects, early Protestants - and especially Puritans - worshipped the figurations of material life as privileged sources of meaning." Pp.xii/203. Dark blue cloth, dustwrapper has minor edge wear. VG/VG. .


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    ALFRED SAKER, MISSIONARY TO AFRICA, ETC. WITH A PORTRAIT by EDWARD BEAN UNDERHILL, ALFRED J. S. SAKER

    London: The Carey Kingsgate Press. Very Good. 1958. Paperback. Publisher's original green stiff card wraps, slight wear to spine ends, 1958 reprint edition, frontis portrait, no ownership marks, clean copy. ; 5" x 7"; 192 pages .


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    American States, Churches, and Slavery by Balme, Joshua R

    Edinbugrh: W.P. Nimmo, 1862. First Edition. Small Octavo. xii, 546 pages, errata page, 8 pages of ad sat the end. The anti-slavery crusade in England with much reported here that was not found in the American Press since even in the North there was a reluctance to describe the horrors of slavery. Here is the catechism taught the blacks which was based on how God wanted them to be slaves. The system where the white slave owner often found the pleasures of sex with slaves when the wife no longer wished to be bothered. Beginning on page 241 he list the denominations that not only approved of slave but their bishops and ministers owned them (Methodists, Baptists, and others. These were the predecessors of the evangelicals of the 20th Century who are comfortable with their defense of the Bible but blind to the ways in which they neglect is cries for social justice. It is understandable why this work was published in Great Britain since it would have been despised not only in the South but a large part of the North. The advertisements in the back also come from William Lloyd Garrison, Wendell Phillips and a host of ministers from England. Bound in purple cloth lettered in gilt, spine lettering gilt brown coated endpapers, contemporary owner's name, some fading to cloth, corners light wear to corners and spine ends, spine darkened, hinges just starting but not broken through. pages 321 and 323 have chips to upper margin most likely from careless opening. A very good copy.


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    Thesauri Consiliorum Et Decisionum (Volumes II, III and Appendix) by Dedeken, George

    Hamburg, Germany: Hans Mofen. Good. 1623. First Edition. Hardcover. A scarce Lutheran text in Latin and German. White vellum binding is soiled with pieces missing at spine joints, with a handwritten title on the spine. Bumped and rubbed edges and corners. Soil on edges and dampstains on many pages, including the red and black ink title page. Foxing and offsetting throughout, with a few dog-ears. Binding tight. Previous owner's name on first free endpaper. Separately paginated: [16], 505, [6], 545, [36], 288, 60, [12]. Translated as Treatise on Cases of Conscience, this tome was intended as a lay guide for Lutheran pastors on the legal and moral standing of everyday cases. Here you can find the answers to questions such as what animals witches ride and whether you can marry your godchild. There is an extensive discussion of the content in the book Counsel and Conscience: Casuistry and Moral Reasoning after the Reformation by Benjamin T. G. Mayes (2011). A must-have handbook for seventeenth century Lutherans or anyone interested in their ethical guidance. ; 12 3/4" x 8" x 3 3/4" .


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    Forms of Prayer; Proper to be Used Before, at and After the Receiving of the Holy Sacramento; Some of Which May be Fitly Made Use of Upon Other Occasions to Which are added Some Meditations, Proper to Excite a Holy and Devout Frame of Mind by Barker, Benjamin

    London: Printed for Benj. Barker and Sold By A. Bettesworth and C. Hitch. J Osborn and Ten Others, 1732. 12mo. 8th edition. Frontispiece, 72 pages. While some mistakenly attributed this to Dr. Samuel Johnson, it was first issued in 1704 and became popular in 18th Century England so some copies were also designed to be bound in with The Book of Common Prayer. Dr. Johnson did have a later issue in his personal library that he referred to. By the early 19th Century copies had become uncommon so W. Ford in his Curious and Valuable Collection of Books Catalogue (London, 1811) lists it along with other "curious and valuable books." The frontispiece is an unusual engraving of the Last Supper. The iconography that has John resting his head against Jesus is not unusual but here the disciple was treated as a young man but here he appears as a small boy. The previous owner was Hanna Hurst who notes it was the gift of Mrs. Hester Palmer, June 30, 1746. Bound in full black morocco, both boards decorated in gilt, spine gilt, marbled endpaper, second blank with corner cliipped. A handsome little book.


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    The Ordinances as They Are, or Six Questions Answered; with the Baptist Articles of Faith: to which are Added a Poem on Creation. by [Baptist Verse]. Decker, S. J

    Cortland [N.Y.] S. C. Clisbe & Co. Printers 1847 First edition.. Some browning; board edges rubbed; some wear to the spine; a very good copy.. 12mo, contemporary black morocco spine, marbled boards, 166 pages. The Baptist pastor from McGrawville argues for immersion and against loose communion churches; includes some hint of the alliance of religious sentiment and Jacksonian populism: ìI am a Republican, a Democrat in its best sense, not as a partizan, but a staunch believer in equal rights and privileges.î The twenty-page poem, in closely-printed couplets, takes a rather erato-pastoral approach to the creation story, with much in the way of tangled grape and woodbine and the dimpled alabaster of Eveís cheek. Early ownerís ink signature on the front free endpaper (with some bleeding at and early date staining the title page a trifle). Starr, Baptist Bibliography, D1201.


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    Some account of the convincement and religious progress of John Spalding, late of Reading. With his reasons for leaving the national established mode of worship. by Spalding, John

    Philadelphia: Benjamin & Jacob Johnson, 1799. 8vo. 70 pp. An autobiographical account of John Spalding's conversion from Anglicanism to Quakerism, with an apology for the Society of Friends.          Evans 36346; ESTC W3367. Good. Removed from a nonce volume. Lightly browned with a few darker spots of browning.


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    Irenaei Philadelphi Epistola, ad Renatum Veridaeum. In qua aperitur mysterium iniquitatis novissime? in Anglia redivivum, & excutitur liber Iosephi Halli, quo asseritur Episcopatum esse juris divini. by Du Moulin, Louis

    Eleutheropoli [really, Basel]: no publisher/printer, 1641. Small 4to. 76 pp., [4] ff. False imprint edition of Du Moulin's study of the episcopacy of the Church of England which dissects Joseph Hall's Episcopacy by Divine Right (1640). The final four leaves contains "Omissa suo loco reponenda."     A work of considerable significance for English canon law. There was another edition in 1641, without any place of printing specified, in 8vo format, and having 122 pages. Removed from a nonce volume, semicircular area torn from lower portion of the title-page costing two letters of the imprint. Old ownership inscriptions on title-page. Library stamps in lower margin of last page.


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    Parables of the Kingdom

    Wichitas KS: Mennonite World Conference, 1978. Study Guide for 10th Asssembly. Paperback, Stapled. Very Good/No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.


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    The Story Of Serampore And Its College by Howells, G

    Serampore: Serampore. Very Good. 1927. Hardback. Original quarter cloth over boards with black lettering to front board, revised edition, clean copy, b&w illustrations, loosely laid in is a manuscript letter signed by the author and a 24 page pamphlet of The Serampore Charter. ; 116 pages .


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    Baptists and Disciples of Christ by E. Roberts-Thomson

    The Carey Kingsgate Press, London, 1950. Softcover. Good Condition. 195 pages, no date. Name on the cover, a couple ink marks in the margins; light wear and discoloring; a good solid reading copy. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Theology & Religion; Inventory No: 144948. .


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    George Tyrrell's Letters. Selected and edited by M. D. Petre. With a portrait by Tyrrell, George & Maude Dominica Mary Petre

    London: T. Fisher Unwin Ltd.. Good. 1920. Hardback. Publisher's original cloth with gilt lettering to spine, spine uniformly faded, damage to cloth at lower edge of front board, early ink name to front endpaper, frontis portrait, 36 page publisher's list at rear, internally clean, binding firm. ; 6" x 9"; 301 pages .


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    Harvest, Anthology of Mennonite Writing in Canada, 1874-1974

    Mennonite Historical Society of Manitoba, 1974. First. Hard Cover. Very Good/Fair. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    Spurgeon Centenary 1934: "The Prince of Preachers" and his work by Chilvers, Rev H. Tydeman et al

    Very Good-. 1934. paperback. Stapled booklet - stapling a trifle oxidized, but intact, and hasn't bled. Illustrated paper wrappers; slightly spotted. An appeal for the Spurgeon Centenary Fund (after Charles Haddon Spurgeon), for the Metropolitan Tabernacle at the Elephant and Castle, London. ; 8vo (5" x 7"); 12 pages .


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    Menno Simons Life and Writings by Bender, Harold S & Horsch, John

    Scottdale PA: Mennonite Pub House, 1944. Second Edition. Paperback. Fair/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    Meditations and Contemplations on the Sufferings of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ by Rambach, J

    Germantown PA: St Michaels Church, 1833. Written in 1730.. Previous Owner. Full-Leather. Fair/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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