by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr.
This is a great resource for personal and family study, as well as a valuable reference volume covering many varied biblical themes. This is a collection of choice selections from the author’s Daily E-mail Goodies. These free daily e-mails began being issued in 2003 and contain studies on scriptural themes.
ISBN: 9781934251744 -- 490 pp., PB $19.95
The Bible Student’s Notebook is our weekly periodical (52 issues per year) that is available by subscription in two ...formats: an electronic version (e-mailed to you), and a printed version (mailed to you). Back issues are also available, bound in paperback volumes of 25 issues each.
This is a collection of Bible study articles from the past pages of our weekly publication, the Bible Student’s Notebook. In addition to personal use, they can be printed and read together as a family at your dinner table, or at other family times. Appropriate ones can be read with guests in your home. They can be shared with others with whom you are fellowshipping.
Study Shelf is your source for rare and hard-to-find Bible study materials for the serious minded, hungry-hearted students of Scripture.
Daily Email Goodies™
These are free daily emails that contain written and audio studies on Scriptural themes.
Just over 2 hours long.
URQA.com is a website which is designed to assist those who are studying Universal Reconciliation. When approaching this subject from the Scriptures many honest and sincere questions arise.
This site isn’t only designed for those who have been studying the topic of Universal Reconciliation for years, though. New students are also welcome. We have a number of articles explaining what Universal Reconciliation is and showing a firm scriptural foundation for it. Whether you have been studying the topic for years or you are just hearing about it, these articles present different angles from which to consider Universal Reconciliation.
(Universal Reconciliation Question and Answer)
This brief survey of Paul’s last epistle will reveal that while almost 2000 years have transpired, the condition of the church has remained the same, and indeed has worsened in accordance with Paul’s warning to Timothy. This book is not a call for a re-awakening of “the church,” because it is apparent that this is not Father’s plan. Rather, it is a call to individual men – men whose place in the Christian religious system has left them empty, stagnant, and restless – to awaken to Father’s call to be His faithful servant and stand outside of that system to look for other faithful men as well.
ISBN: 9781934251591 -- 128 page PB $9.95
The Church in Ruins: Brief Thoughts on II Timothy
by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr.
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