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The Trinitarian Bible Society - London, England
The professing people of God under the Old and New Testaments have been the appointed custodians of His Word (Psalm 147:19,20; Romans 3:2; Colossians 4:16; 1 Thessalonians 5:27).

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The Spurgeon Archive
C.H. Spurgeon was without question one of the greatest preachers who ever lived, but this greatness must be attributed only to the fact that he, by the grace of God, perceived and preached both the greatness of the living God, His love, and also that redemption which is found in Jesus Christ alone...

The Greatest Fight in the World - C.H. Spurgeon’s “FINAL MANIFESTO”
"As for us, we cast anchor in the haven of the Word of God. Here is our peace, our strength, our life, our motive, our hope, our happiness. God’s Word is our ultimatum. Here we have it. Our understanding cries, “I have found it”; our conscience asserts that here is the truth; and our heart finds...

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A Tabular Comparison of the 1646 WCF and the 1689 LBCF
Being myself Baptist, I would obviously be more inclined to follow the London Baptist Confession 1689, but I do find the Westminster Confession an excellent summary of the major doctrines of theology. Being able to compare the two side by side is a wonderful privilege.

The Second London Baptist Confession of Faith 1689
This is a link to "The Second London Baptist Confession of Faith 1689" with pop-up verses using the King James Version of the Bible - still in process.
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Sodomy Laws in the United States
"Prior to 1962, sodomy was a felony in every state, punished by a lengthy term of imprisonment and/or hard labor. In 1962 Illinois became the first state to end its sodomy laws, almost a decade before another state followed. Over the years, many of the states that did not repeal their sodomy laws...

The Public Preaching of Women - R. L. Dabney
If human language can make anything plain, it is that the New Testament institutions do not suffer the woman to rule or "to usurp authority over the man." (See 1 Tim. 2:12; 1 Cor. 11:3, 7-10; Eph. 5:22, 23; 1 Peter 3:1, 5, 6.)

The Doctrine of Original Sin - Jonathan Edwards
"For, if the case be such indeed, that all mankind are by nature in a state of total ruin, both with respect to the moral evil of which they are the subjects, and the afflictive evil to which they are exposed, the one as the consequence and punishment of the other; then, doubtless, the great...

The Doctrine of Justifcation - James Buchanan
An Outline of its History in the Church and of its Exposition from Scripture

The Saint and the Law - By Horatius Bonar
Horatius Bonar says, "Some speak as if the servant were greater than the Master, and the disciple above his Lord; as if the Lord Jesus honored the law, and His people were to set it aside; as if He fulfilled it for us, that we might not need to fulfill it; as if He kept it, not that we might keep...

The Perpetuity of the Law of God by C. H. Spurgeon
C. H. Spurgeon said, "If you love God with all your heart you must keep the first table; and if you love your neighbour as yourself you must keep the second table. If any suppose that the law of love is an adaptation of the moral law to man’s fallen condition they greatly err. I can only say that...

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Those Nasty Thees and Thous by Pastor James Knox
"The most common complaint raised by those who pick up an Authorized Bible for the first time is the use of "thees," "thous" and similar words. The reader is frightened by these unfamiliar terms and, all too often, flees for the supposed comfort of a modern translation."

Understanding the Language of the KJV
"Whenever a portion of the KJV does not sound like modern colloquial English, many readers are quick to criticize it as an archaism. However, much of the KJV’s peculiar style is due to the KJV’s faithful translation of the underlying Hebrew and Greek texts."

Do We Need Thee and Thou? Thy and Thine?
"What most Christians do not know is that the thee’s and thou’s in the King James Version reflect a form of English far superior to that of modern English in two ways. First, these older pronouns are necessary to show whether the second person personal pronoun is singular or plural. And second,...

THOSE ARCHAIC THEES AND THOUS - Why those "thee"s and "ye"s are more accurate - By Will Kinney
"Is archaic language always a bad thing? What about all those "Ye"s, and "Thee"s? Would you change all those words like "ye, thee, thine, and thy"? Do you know the difference in meaning and why they are actually more accurate than the modernized, generic "you" as found in the NKJV, NIV, NASB,...

Features of the KJV
"The KJV uses “thou” and “ye” and inflected verbs to distinguish between the second person singular and the second person plural. “Thou, thee, thy” refer to one person whereas “ye, you, your” refer to more than one person."

Pachelbel: Canon in D major for strings and concerto
This a beautiful rendition of the familiar classical song "Canon in D Major" by Johann Pachelbel. If only it were a hymn...
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