Classic Reprints No. 8
The Scriptural Anthropology
By George Boardman
Originally appearing in The Baptist Quarterly, this series of three articles by the nineteenth-century Baptist minister George Boardman explore the nature of man as it relates to his body, soul, and spirit.
Classic Reprints No. 11
By Edward B. Smith
Originally appearing in The Christian Review, this series of two articles by the nineteenth-century Baptist minister Edward Smith is both a refutation of Unitarianism and a defense of the deity of Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit.
Classic Reprints No. 22
Baptism for the Dead
By S. W. Whitney, et al.
A compilation of articles by five nineteenth-century Baptist ministers on the highly-controversial Mormon prooftext "baptized for the dead" in 1 Corinthians 15:29.
Classic Reprints No. 23
Spirit, Soul, and Flesh
By Ernest DeWitt Burton
Originally appearing as a series of articles in the American Journal of Theology from 1913-1916, and then reprinted in 1918 with additions and revisions by the author, this is the definitive study of the usage of the Greek words translated spirit, soul, and flesh in the New Testament, other Greek writings, and translated works from the earliest period to 180 A.D., and of their equivalents in the Hebrew Old Testament.
Classic Reprints No. 33
Exposition of Romans 7:7-25
By W. N. Clarke
Reprinted from The Baptist Quarterly, this article by the nineteenth-century Baptist minister W. N. Clarke is a detailed exposition of a difficult passage in the Apostle Paul's epistle to the Romans.
Classic Reprints No. 34
Adam and Christ
By A. C. Kendrick, et al.
A compilation of articles by five nineteenth-century Baptist ministers on the relation between Adam and Christ as presented by the Apostle Paul in Romans 5:12-21
Classic Reprints No. 56
Infant Baptism, Communion, Church Membership, and Salvation
By Henry C. Vedder, et al.
A compilation of articles by twelve nineteenth-century Baptist ministers on the subject of infant baptism and the related topics of infant communion, infant church membership, and infant salvation. Taken from The Baptist Review, The Baptist Quarterly, and The Christian Review, this compilation of articles comprises one of the most encyclopedic studies of infant baptism from a Baptist perspective ever assembled.
Classic Reprints No. 59
Israel and the Church
By James H. Brookes
James Brookes (1830-1897) was a Presbyterian pastor and Bible teacher who advocated premillennialism and dispensationalism during the latter part of the nineteenth century. It was he who influenced C. I. Scofield, the editor of the popular Scofield Reference Bible first published in 1909. This work by Brookes carefully distinguishes between Israel and the Church and demonstrates by Scripture that the Old and New Testaments represent two entirely distinct and different dispensations of God's dealings with his people.
Classic Reprints No. 118
An exhaustive survey of "the doctrine of the personal advent and reign of Christ on earth," commonly known as premillennialism, throughout church history. Taylor makes the case for the premillennialism of the early church, the decline of the doctrine after Augustine, and its revival after the Reformation. First published in 1855, this is a reprint of the edition revised and edited by H. L. Hastings.
Classic Reprints No.137
Classic Reprints No. 138
Was the Apostle Paul the Author of the Epistle to the Hebrews?
By R. D. C. Robbins
Reprinted from Bibliotheca Sacra, this is an exhaustive analysis of the question of whether the Apostle Paul authored the Book of Hebrews. The author concludes that Paul did write Hebrews.
Classic Reprints No. 139
Authorship and Canonicity of the Epistle to the Hebrews
By J. Henry Thayer
Reprinted from Bibliotheca Sacra, this is an exhaustive analysis of the questions of the authorship and canonicity of Hebrews by a noted Greek scholar. The author concludes that Paul did not write Hebrews.