The Fundamentals: The Famous Sourcebook of Foundational Biblical Truths

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Reuben Archer Torrey, Charles L. Feinberg
Kregel Academic - Religion - 714 pages
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Originally published as a multi-volume series, "The Fundamentals" is one of the finest and most widely distributed statements of Christian doctrine ever produced. Written to combat the inroads of liberalism into the Christian church, "The Fundamentals" literally stirred the world in defense of the historic Christian faith. These articles blend a "common-sense" doctrinal approach with personal application built upon the foundation of the inspired and inerrant Scriptures.
"The Fundamentals" defends the deity of Christ, the inspiration of the Scriptures, the bodily resurrection of Christ, and many other foundational truths. These statements also apply biblical Christianity to the wider problems of life and culture by emphasizing the essentials and de-emphasizing the nonessentials. This balance in both doctrine and application has established "The Fundamentals" as a classic of Christian literature.
 

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Contents

I
11
II
13
III
21
IV
29
V
35
VI
47
VII
59
VIII
69
XXXIII
341
XXXIV
349
XXXVI
359
XXXVII
371
XXXVIII
381
XXXIX
397
XL
403
XLI
411

IX
77
X
85
XI
93
XII
101
XIII
117
XIV
125
XV
137
XVI
159
XVII
173
XVIII
187
XIX
195
XX
205
XXI
213
XXII
239
XXIII
249
XXIV
261
XXV
269
XXVI
279
XXVII
295
XXVIII
301
XXIX
310
XXX
323
XXXI
333
XXXII
333
XLIII
421
XLVI
431
XLVII
439
XLIX
449
LII
459
LIII
467
LV
485
LVI
493
LVII
503
LVIII
515
LIX
525
LX
531
LXI
549
LXII
565
LXIV
585
LXV
599
LXVI
607
LXVII
623
LXVIII
643
LXIX
639
LXX
651
LXXII
661
LXXIII
667
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