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I do not fully agree with everything in all of these books, but most of them are of much value and the historical content of some is very revealing for our post modern church. This list is intended as a jumping off point for those who are serious about issues and willing to do their homework.

McLoughlin, Emmett, Crime and Immorality in the Catholic Church, Lyle Stuart, New York, 1964. Emmett McLoughlin lived in the house behind them in Sacramento. I heard of him much as I was growing up. This book paints a picture of the Catholic Church, that many do not see. We have seen the recent child molestation charges, but this is only the tip of the iceberg. The truth is that the Catholic Church is filled up to the brim with the idolatry and is waiting for the ultimate judgment of God to fall on her. The pope is really not what he is pictured to be but is immoral to the very heart.

Hodge, Charles, Systematic Theology, Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, Grand Rapids, Mich., 1970. Charles Hodge was of the old school reformed theology. Not everything he says is correct, but when it touches the important issues of Reformed Theology he is right in there. His treatement of natural theology and special theology is excellent. His treatment of issues such as Roman-ism is also excellent.

Sanford, Dr. J. C. Genetic Entropy & The Mystery of the Genome, Elim Publishing, Lima, New York 2005. The fly leaf of this book states that “Dr. John Sanford has been a Cornell University Professor for more then 25 years (being semi-retired since 1998.” This book is a very fine treatment of genetics as it is related to Darwinism. The author knows what he is talking about having been envolved with genetics, both as a professor and as a researcher. This book does require some background in science, specifically biology.

————, Answers Academy, Biblical Appologetics for Real Life, Answers in Genesis, Petersburg, KY. ,2005. This work is a study in various approaches to apologetics as it concerns the Biblical doctrine of Creation. This is also a work book used as a study guide.

Whitcomb, John C. and Morris, Dr. Henry AThe Genesis Flood, The Biblical Record and its Scientific Implications, The Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, Philadelphia, PA. 1961. This is the classical work on the subject of the Genesis Flood. This is where I started in my life long defence of the Bibles teaching concerning both the flood and creation. This was the first book that I aquired on this subject, and it was given to me by my brother. If you have questions, this book might have the answers.

Jarrel, Dr. W. A. Baptist Church Perpetuity-The Continuous Existence of Baptist Churches from the Apostolic to the Present Day Demonstrated by the Bible and by History, Published by the Author, Dallas, Texas, 1894. This book is the classic treatment of this topic from the viewpoint of Landmark Baptists. Some of his conclusions are a little bit of a stretch, but for the purposes of showing that the Catholic church does not go all the way back to the apostles it shows that they are not by themselves with that claim.

Hislop, The Rev. Alexander, The Two Babylons or The Papal Worship proved to be the Worship of Nimrod and His wife, Loizeaux Brothers, Neptune, New Jersey, 1916. This book is vital reading for any one studying apologetics from the view point of Protestants. This is the true, but almost unheard of picture of the Roman Catholic Church. Certainly this is the whore mentioned in the book of Revelation. Very interesting take on the number of the beast.


Written by tfheringer

April 18, 2008 at 1:12 am

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