Bible Outlines and Manuscripts
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Alphabetical listing of articles, outlines and poems:
* A Brief Study of the Baptist Church – Jack H. Williams.
* A Brief Study of the Catholic Church – Jack H. William.
* A Brief Study of Islam – Jack H. Williams.
* A series of lessons by Jim O’Connor.
* An Equal Opportunity God – Jim O’Connor. Christianity appeals to logic and good sense.
* Christianity, a Religion of Good Sense – Jim O’Connor Christianity appeals to logic and good sense.
* Converting Christian People – Jim O’Connor. Encouraging Christian growth.
* Damnable Heresies – Chuck Northrop. The damage false teaching brings.
* Destroying The Promises – Jack H. Williams. How false teaching erodes the promises of God.
* Diotrophes – Jack H. Williams. The character of Diotrophes and how the problem lives on.
* Everybody Loves A Baby – Jack H. Williams Exploring the reasons the “Christmas” holiday is so popular with “religious” folk, noting the concept that a baby makes no demands.
* How a Mother Saved Her Family – Jack H. Williams Examining the characteristics that led to Lydia’s household and how we can apply those characteristics to our lives and family.
* I Didn’t Know That Was In The Bible! – Jack H. Williams. A brief article noting the fact that God makes no distinction between life in the womb or in the world.
* Instrumental Music in Worship – Historical Quotations. A collection of quotations from various historical sources demonstrating the opposition to the addition of mechanical instruments to the worship of God throughout the ages.
* Is Being Religious Enough? – Jack H. Williams. It takes more than being religious to be acceptable to God, one must be religious and right.
* It Doesn’t Matter If You Win Or Lose – Jack H. Williams. A brief article showing the sorry character involved in gambling.
* Jehovah’s Witnesses – Eugene Jenkins. An outline study of some of the peculiar doctrines of the Jehovah’s Witnesses.
* Junk Science – Junk Religion – Jack H. Williams. While the world recognizes “junk science” it needs to be aware of doctrines that result in "junk religion".
* Some Contradictions of Mormonism – Jack H. Williams,
* The Grave Danger of Islam – Jay Yeager An excellent expose’ of the false religion of Islam and a challenge for the church to react.
* The Sky Is Falling – Jack H. Williams. The foolishness of those who try to predict the coming of Christ.
* There Are Contentions Among You – Jack H. Williams Examining from 1 Corinthians 1 some of the reasons for division.
* They Are After Our Children – Eugene Jenkins. An article exploring the homosexual agenda to propagate their immoral beliefs.
* Translations – Ted Thrasher.
* Understandest What Thou Readest? – Jack H. Williams. A series of 30 brief outline studies on various topics of the Bible.
* Why Keep Those Laws on the Books? – Jack H. Williams. The fruit and reality of rejecting God’s laws.
* Women Translators – Toney L. Smith A brief put pointed article on the false position of using women translators.
* You're Not Doing Us Any Good Over There – Jack H. Williams The sadness of those who “look down” on foreign evangelism.
* You’ve Got The Cart Before the Horse – Jack H. Williams Emphasizing the need of conversion to Christ as the means of changing social ills.
* Living in the Shadow – Jack H. Williams. The value of the living in the shadow of the cross as we face life’s trials.
* Maturation – Jarrod L. Williams. Musings of a growing child as he realizes the value of parents.
* The Touch of the Master's Hand – unknown. The worth of those touched by the Master’s hand.
* The Twig is Bent – unknown. Recounting the growth and neglect of a child in their desire to attend church, and the father’s sad realization too late in his life.
* What Have I Done To Be So Blessed – Jack H. Williams. Noting the question many godly mothers ask and the reaction of her blessed children.
* You Can Go Back – Jack H. Williams The value of the home and the teaching that comes from it, all through one’s life.