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Preface 



This catalogue is published in response to many urgent requests from clergy- 
men throughout New England. ^ 

The dictionary form of listing authiurs, titles, and subject headings in alpha- 
betical order has been adopted. 

The catalogue lists books in the English language only. 

Reference books and Scripture texts are not listed, but are held for consulta- 
tion at the Library. 

The grateful, acknowledgments of the Library are made to Miss Caroline 
Smith, through whose valuable service and advice the compilation of the catalogue 
has been made possible; to Miss E. Louise Jones, formerly of the Massachusetts 
State Library, and to Mr. Charles K. Bolton, Librarian of the Boston Athenseum, 
for helpful assistance; to Prof. Ernest Cushing Richardson, Ph.D., Librarian of 
Princeton University, for permission to use the headings of the Periodical Articles 
on Religion; and also to the printers and head proof-reader. 

GENERAL THEOLOGICAL LIBRARY. 

53 Mt. Vernon Street, 
Boston, Massachusetts. 



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Historical Sketch of the Library 



Founded in i860 as a Theologica] Library in the city of Boston, incorporated 
in 1864 under its present title, '' for the purpose of promoting religion and dieolog- 
ical learning," the General Theological Library has had for more than half a century 
a steady growth in importance and usefulness. 

The Library's original constitution states that '' its object shall be to benefit 
all religious denominations and to promote the interests of religion and the increase 
and diffusion of theological learning." In living up to the spirit of its constitution 
and the purpose of its founders, there has been, during its fifty years of activity, a 
natural broadening of the service rendered. Until as recently as 1900 the privilege 
of drawing books was limited to those who had secured by payment some form of 
membership privilege. In 1900 an invitation was given to New England clergy- 
men of every denomination to make use of the Library without payment of mem- 
bership fees. It soon appeared, however, that, except in the case of those within 
the confines of Greater Boston who could take books out upon direct application, 
the barrier created by the high cost of postage on books was preventing large num- 
bers of men from taking advantage of the opportunities offered. In 1909 an abso- 
lutely free delivery system was inaugurated, in accordance with which every clergy- 
man in New England was given the privilege of direct application to the Library 
for books, transportation charges both for sending and return being paid by the 
Library. 

Also in 1909 the Library b^;an to publish Quarterly Bulletins, containing 
not only lists of the books recently acquired, but Reading Lists upon different 
phases of the work of the ministry, prepared by authorities specially qualified for 
this work. 

This catalogue is the natural outgrowth of the Free Delivery System. 



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Explanatory Notes 



Books are entered under the name of author or under the first word of the titk where author's 
name b not known, under titles, and under subjects. 

Type 

Different classes of entry are distinguished as follows: 

a. Main entries, — author's name or first word of title, where author is not known: in full face. 

b. Subject headings: in Roman small capitals. 

c. Title references, series titles, etc.: in Roman lower case. 

d. Explanatory words, notes of reference, etc.: in italics. 

Abbreviations 



QBNBRAL 



abp. — archbishop. 

adv. — advanced. 

Adv. — Advent. 

Am., Amer. — American. 

A. B. C. F. M. — American Board of Commis- 
sioners for Foreign Missions. 

A. B. H. M. S. — American Baptist Home Mis- 
sion Society. 

A. B. P. S. — American Baptist Publication 
Society. 

A. U. A. — American Unitarian Association. 

anc. — ancient. 

anniv. — anniversary. 

antiq. — antiquities, antiquarian. 

arr. — arranged. ^ 

assoc. — association. 

A. I. C. — Association for International Con- 
ciliation. 

bibl. — biblical. 

bp. — bishop. 

card. — cardinal. 

cent. — centenary, century. 

chap. — chapter. 

Christ. — Christian. 

Christ'y. — Christianity. 

ch. — church. 

coll. — collection. 

Coll. — college. 

Col. — Columbia. 

Com. — commentary. 

conip. — compiler. 

confT — conference. 

cont. — contemporary. 

Cont. sci. ser. — Contemporary science series. 

Conv. — convention. 

crit. — critkal, criticism. 

C. 1. 1. — Crown theological library. 

eccles. — ecclesiastical. 

ed. — editor, edited, edition. 

educ. — education. 

Eng. — England. 



Engl. — English. 

epis. — episcopal, episcopacy. 

ep., epist. — epistle. 

ev., evanff. — evangelical. 

For. theoT. libr. — Foreign theological library. 

Fr. — French. 

Germ. — German. 

Grad. — Graduates. 

Gr. — Greek. 

hdbks. — handbooks. 

Hex. — Hexateuch. 

hist. — history, historical. 

illus. — illustrated. 

impr. — impression. 

inst. — institute. 

int. — international. 

Int. crit. com. — International critical com- 
mentary. 

Int. ad, ser. — International science series. 

Int. theol. libr. — International theological 
library. 

introd. — introduction. 

It. — lulian. 

jour. — journal. 

Lat. — Latin. 

lect. — lecture, lectures. 

libr. — library. 

lit. — literature. 

miss. — 

mod. — 

n.d.— 

n. p.— 

n. t. p. 

N. T.- 

O.T.- 

p., pp. 

Pent. - 

philos. 

Presb. 

P.V.- 

Prot. - 



missions, 
modem, 
no date, 
no place. 
— no title page. 

— New Testament. 

— Old Testament. 

— page, paces. 

— Pentateuch. 

— philosophy, philosopher. 

— rresbytenan. 

Private version, 
rotestant. 



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Prud. ins. co. '—' Prudential insurance company. 

pseud. — pseudonym. 

pub., publ. — publisher. 

rel., relig. — religion. 

rev. — revised. 

R. V. — Revised version. 

St. — saint. 

sem. — seminary. 

ser. — series. 

soc. — society. 

Sp. — Spanish. 

ster. — stereotype. 



S. S., S.-S. — Sunday school. 

suppl. — supplement. 

theol. — theological. 

Theol. transl. libr. — Theological translation 

library, 
thous. — thousand, 
tr. — translated, 
transl. — translation, 
univ. — university, 
unp. — unpaged, 
vers. — version, 
v., vol., vols. — volume, volumes. 



PUBU8HBR8 



Amer. bk. co. — American book company. . 

Amer. tract, soc. — American tract society. 

A. I. C. — Association for international con- 
ciliation. 

Cent. CO. — Century company. 

Christ, lit. co. — Christian literature com- 
pany. 

E. & M. — Eaton and Mains. 

G. & R. press. — Griffith and Rowland press. 

Int. pub. CO. — International publishmg com- 
pany. 

Longm. — Longmans. 



Macm. — Macmillan. 

Meth. bk. — Methodist book. 

M. £. M. — Missionary education movement. 

Presb. bd. of pub. — Presbyterian board of 
publication. 

Rel. tract soc. — Religious tract society. 

S. P. C. K. — Society for promoting Christian 
knowledge. * 

S. V. M., Stud. Vol. Movent. — Student Volun- 
teer movement. 

Young ch., Young churchm. — Young church- 
man. 



RBLIQIOU8 DBNOMINATION8 



Adv. Christ. — Advent Christian. 

Bapt. — Baptist. 

Christ. — Christian. 

Congr. — Congregationalist. 

£v. A066C. — Evangelical Association. 

Luth. — Lutheran. 

Meth. — Methodist. 



Presb. — Presbyterian. 

Prot. Epis. — Protestant Episcopal. 

R. P. D. ch. — Reformed Protestant Dutch 

church. 
Rom. Cath. ch. — Roman Catholic church. 
Unit. — Unitarian. 
Univ. — Universalist. 



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AbbaSy wm of Baha 'Ullah. Mysterious 
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Religious thought in old English verse. 

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Abbeys. Cram, R. A. Ruined abbeys <d Great 

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Bost. Ellis. 1880. 
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1891. 
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Abbot, Faimy Larccmi. Faith built on reason. 

Bost. J^ H. West CO. 1902. 
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Bost. Little. 1886. 
Abbott, Bdith. Women in industry. N. Y. 

Appleton. 19 10. 
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2V. 

Message of the Son of man. Lond. Black. 

Plmomythus. Lond. Macm. 1891. 
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Abbott, Broljn, and CanqriMl, Lewis. Life and 

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Abbott, Lyman. Acts of the apostles with 

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America in the making. New Haven. Yale 

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Christian ministry. Bost. Houghton. 1905. 
Christianity and social problems. Bost. 

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Epistle to the Romans with notes. N. Y. 

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Evolution of Christianity. 2d ed. Bost. 

Houghton. 1893. 



Abbott, Ljmai^— Continued. 

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Barnes. C1879. 
Illustrated commentary on Matthew, Mark 

and Luke. N. Y. Barnes. 1878. 2v. 
In aid of faith. N. Y. Dutton. 1886. 
Jesus of Nazareth. N. Y. Harper. 1869. 
Life and letters of Paul the apostle. CEost. 

Houghton. 1898. 
Life and literature <d the ancient Hebrews. 

Boston. Houghton. 1901. 
Old Testament shadows of New Testament 

truths. N. Y. Harper. 1870. 
Other room. N. Y. Outlook co. 1903. 
Prophets of the Christian faith. N. Y. 

Macm. 1896. 
R%ht8 of man. Bost. Houehton. 1904. 
Seeking after God. N. Y. Crowell. C1910. 
Spirit of democracy. Bost. Houghton. 

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Temple. N. Y. Macm. 1909. 
Theology of an evolutionist. Bost. Hough- 
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Abbott, Ihoniaa Klngmnffl. Commentary on 

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Abigail, wife of Nabal and of Dand, Aguilar, 

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ages.) 
Newman, J. H. (In his Parochial and plain 

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Abraham— Continued. 
Stanley, A. P. Abraham in Efi:ypt. (In his 

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Thom^n, W. H. Life and times of the 

patriarohs; Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. 

Tomldns, H. G. Abraham and his age. 1897. 
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Whyte, A. (In his Bible characters: Adam 
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Abrahams, ImeL Jewish life in the middle 
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Judaism. Chi. Open court. (Religions anc 
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Absalom, son of Da»id, hint of Isrueh Green, 
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ecclesia. Lond. Macm. 19 10. 
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Acton, John Emerich Bdward Dalberg-, isi 
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Planned by the late Lord Acton, ed. by 
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I906-II. I2V. 

Historical essays and studies. Lond. Macm. 

1907. 
History of freedom and other essays. Lond. 

Macm. 1907. 
Lectures on tne French revolution. Lond. 

Macm. 1910. 
Bryce, J. Lord Acton. (In his Studies in 
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Adam, the first man, Matheson, G. (In his 
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Adam, Mrs, Adela Marion, joint author. See 

Kennett, R. H., and others, 
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Adams, John, of Imferkeilor, Scotland, The 
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Fatherhood of God. B^- Universalist pub. 
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Adams, Jnhn Coleouui—Continued. 

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Lord's supper. Edin. Clark. 1905. 
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Robinson, F. College and ordination ad- 
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Smith, R. (Gipsy Smith.) As Jesus passed 
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Addresses — Gmtinued. 

Snyder, A. W. Through the forty days; 

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— Addresses and sermons, U. S. and 
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Waggett, P. N. Scientific temper in religion, 
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Webb-Peploe, H. W. Victorious life; post- 
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Adaney, Walter Frederick. Century's progress 
in religious life and thought. Lond. Clark. 
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Christian conception of God. N. Y. Revell. 
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Ezra, Nehemiah and Esther. N. Y. Arm- 
strong. 1893. (Expositor's Bible.) 

Greek and Eastern churches. N. Y. Scrib- 
ner. 1908. (Int. theol. libr.) 

How to read the Bible. N. Y. Whittaker. 
1897. 

Song of Solomon and Lamentations. N. Y. 
Armstrong. 1895. (Expositor's Bible.) 

Women of the N. T. N. Y. Whittaker. 

joinl author. See Bennett, W. H., and 
Adeney. W. F. 

ed. See New century Bible. 
A(Uer, Fdiz. Essentials of spirituality. N. Y. 
Pott. 1905. 

Marriage and divorce. N. Y. McClure. 
1905. 

Moral instruction of children. N. Y. Apple- 
ton. 1909. (Int. educ. ser.) 

Rel^n of duty. N. Y. McClure. 1905. 
Adler, Ifaflian Marcus, chief rabbi. Authorised 
daily prayer book of the united Hebrew 
congregations of the British Empire, with 
a new translation by S. Singer. 8th ed. 
Lond. Eyre. 5668-1908. 
Adolescence. Hall, G. S. Adolescence: its 
psychology and its relations to physiology, 
anthropoloKy, sociology, sex, crime, reli- 
gion and education. 1904. 2v. 

— Youth ; its education, regimen and hygiene. 
1907. 

An epitome of his larger work on Adolescence. 

Adonijah, son of David, king of Israel. Row- 
land, A. (in Milligan, G., and others. 
Men of the Bible.) 

Advent Christian hymnal. Bost. Adv. Christ, 
pub. soc. 1902. 

Advent Christians. 

Doctrine. 
Cargile,J.A. True theology. 7th ed. [1904.I 
Stockman, E. A. Footprmts of angels m 
fields of revelation. 1890. 
Adventists. See Advent Christians. 
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Tyler. W. S. (In his Theology of the Greek 
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Affirmative intellect. Ferguson. C. 
Africa. Milligan, R. H. Fetish folk of West 
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AgMSiz, Elizabeth Gary, e</. Louis Asassiz; his 
life and correspondence. Bost. Houghton. 
1885. 2V. 
Agasaiz, Louis. Geological sketches. Bost. 
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James, W. Louis Agassiz. {In his Memories 
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and theism. 1907. 
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Glasgow univ. soc. of St. ^ilnian. Religion 

and the modem mind. 1908. 
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1887. 
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Agricultural Colonies. Booth, W. In dark- 
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Carver, T. N. Principles of rural economics. 

CI911. 
Fairchild, G. T. Rural wealth and welfare. 

2d ed. 1900. (Rural sd. ser.) 
See also Farm life. 
Agrippa, Mng of Judea. "Whyte, A. (/» 
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Agitilar, Grace. Women of Israel. N. Y. 

Appleton. 1870. 2v. 
Ahab, kinf of Judah. Greenhough, J. G. 
(/n Milligan, G., and others. Men of the 
O. T.: Solomon to Jonah.) 
Ahaz, king of Judah, Lewis, H. E. (In 
Milligan, G., and others. Men of the 
O. T.: Solomon to Jonah.) 
Ahaziah, king of Israel. Greenhoueh, J. G. 
(In Milligan, G., and others. Men of the 
Bible: some lesser known characters.) 
Ahithofhel, counselor of David. Whyte, A. 
(In his Bible characters: Ahithophel to 
Nehemiah.) 
Ahmad, Bfirza Ghulam. Teachings of Islam. 

Lond. Luzac. 19 10. 
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Nash, H. S. The atoning life. 1908. 
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Sabatier, A. Doctrine of the atonement. 

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Smith, J. M. P. Biblical ideas of atonement. 

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Temple, W. Faith and modem thought. 

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Terry, M. S. Mediation of Jesus Christ. 

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Van Dyke, H. J. Gospel for a world of sin. 

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and others. Latest word of Universalism: 
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the Psalms. 

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Jew in the U. S.; studies of social conditions 

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Berry, W. Grinton. Bishop Hannington and the 
story of the Uganda mission. N. Y. Revell. 
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Bersier, Eugene Arthur Francois, Fr, ProL 
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Ber&olet, Alfred. Transmigration of soub; 
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190Q. (Harper's libr. of living thought.) 

Beside the bonnie brier bush. Watson, J. 

Best mode of working a parish. Spalding, J. F. 

Best, Nokn Rice. Beyond the natural order; 
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Bethlehem. Copping, A. E. Journalist in the 
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Betfaune, Oeorge Washlngtoa. Expository lec- 
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Bethune-Baker, James Franklin. See Baker. 

Better way, The. Wagner, C. 

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Beveridge, Albert Jeremiah. Bible as good read- 
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Beveiidge, ^nUiam. Ecclesia Anglicana eccle- 
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Bewer, Julius August Commentary on Jonah. 
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Beyond good and evil. Nietzsche, F. 

Beyond the grave. Cremer, H. 

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Bejschlag, Willibald. New Testament the- 
ology. Edin. Clark. 1895. 2v. 

Bbza, Theodore de. Baird, Henry Martyn. 
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Bhagavad-Gita, the Book of devotion. 6th ed. 

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Bible, Whole. Hol^r Bible; exact reprint of the 

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Holy Bible tr. from the Latin Vulgate; the 

O. T. first publ. at Douay, A. D. 1609, 

the N. T. first publ. at Rheims, A.D. 

1682; with annotations, etc.; the whole 

revised and diligently compared with the 

Latin Vulgate. Bait. Murphy. [1899.] 



Bible, Whole— Continued. 

Holy Bible containing the Old and New 
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Modem reader's Bible: the books of the 
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Cross-reference Bible, containing the Old and 
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Brailsford, E. J. Spiritual sense in sacred 
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Henspn, H. H. The Bible. {In kis Godly 
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Horton, R. F. Bible a missionary book. 1904. 

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McCabe, J. Bible in Europe. 1907. 
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outlines for normal classes, with an mtro- 

duction by J. L. Hurlbut. 1900. 
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Manning, T.M. Not of man but of God. ci888. 
Meade, W. Bible and the classics. 1861. 
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1905. ^. 
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Picton, J. A. Man and the Bible. 1909. 

Pierson, A. T. Bible and spiritual life. 

Pollard, A. W. Holy Bible. 191 1. 

Prudden, T. P. Catechism of general informa- 
tion about the Bible, for use in Sunday 
schools and elsewhere. 1903. 

Ragg, L. The Book of books. 1910. 

Richey, T. The question of the day: What 
is the Bible? tor whom was it written? 
How is it to be read ? 1 883. 

Rogers, H. Superhuman origin oi the Bible 
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See, E. F. Teaching of Bible classes. CI905. 

Simon, D. W. Bible an outgrowth of theo- 
cratic life. 1886. 

Smith, J. B. A supplemental Bible question 
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Smyth, J. P. Divine library: suggestions how 
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Thayer, J. H. Change of attitude towards the 
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Vaughan, J. S. Concerning the Holy Bible: 
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Wallis, L. Sociological study of the Bible. 
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Warren, H. W. Bible in the world's educa- 
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Warschauer, J. What is the Bible? 191 1. 

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Wood, J. The Bible : what it is andis not. 1907. 

Work, E. W. Fascination of the book. CI906. 

Antiquities. 
See Tabernacle; Temple at Jerusalem. 

Astronomy. 

Jennings, A. G. The earth and the world: 
How formed? A layman's contribution to 
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Maunder, E.W. Astronomy of the Bible, n. d. 

Schiaparelli, G. V. Astronomy in the Old 
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Bible. Whcm^. Authority. 

Barry, W. Tradition of Scripture; its origin, 

authority and interpretation. 1906. 

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Briggs, C. A. Authority of Holy Scripture. 

1891. 
Gladstone, W. E. Impregnable rock of Holy 

Scripture. 
Hall, F. J. Authority, ecclesiastical and 

biblical. 1908. 
M'Intosh, H. Is Christ infallible and the 

Bible true? 1901. 
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Wright, J. EsLTly Bibles of America. 1892. 

Historic Bibles in America. C1905. 

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Contents: Eve; by J. W. Chadwick. — Sarah; by 
G. GottheU. — Rebekah; by L. Abbott. — Miriam; 
by H. Van Dyke. -- Deborah; by W. H. P. Faunce. 
— Ruth; by R. G. Moulton. — Hannah; by J. F. 
Hurst. — Jexebel; by E. B. Coe. — Esther; by W. C. 
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Matheson, G. Representative men of the 
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ContenU: I. Adam to Job. — II. Ishmael to 
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— Representative women of the Bible. 1907. 

ContenU: I. Introductk>n. — II. Eve the un- 
folded.— III. Saiah the steadfast. — IV. Rebekah 
the far-seeing. — V. Rachel the placid.- VI. 
Miriam the gifted. — VII. Deborah the drastic. — 
VIII. Ruth the decided. — IX. Hannah the 
pious. — X. Mary the guiding. — XI. Mary the 
thought-reading . 

Milligan, G., and others. Men of the Bible: 
some lesser known characters. 1904. 

CuHLtruta; liuoeii, by W. J . iuwiiJteiiU. — EMad and 
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gan. — Adooijah ; by A. Rowland. — Hiram; by 
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Aaa; by A. Rowland . — Ahaziah ; by J. G. Green- 
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Manaaseh. Amaziah, Jabez; by J. G. Greenhough. — 
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Adeney. — Barabbas ; by J . G. Greenhough. — Joseph 
of Arimathea; by A. Rowland. — Philip the Evan- 
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by G. Milligan. — Demas; by D. Rowlands. 

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Whyte, A. Bible characters. 1897. 6v. 
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Joseph and Mary to James. — V. Stephen to 
Timothy. — VI. Our Lord's characters. 

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Davidson, S. Canon of the Bible. 1878. 
Gaussen, L. Canon of the Holy Scriptures 

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Bible for home and school. Shailer Mathews, 
general editor. 1908-11. lov. 
0. r. 

Genesis; by H. G. Mitchell. 
Deuteronomy; by W. G. Jordan. 

Judges; by E. L. Curtis, 
ob; by G. A. Barton, 
saiah; by J. E. McFadyen. 
N. T. 

Matthew; by A. T. Robertson. 
Acts; by G.H.Gilbert. 
Galatians; by B. W. Bacon. 
Hebrews; by E. J. Goodspeed. 
Colossians and Ephesians; by G. Alex- 
ander. 

Other volumes not yet published. 

Cambridge Bible for schools and colleges; ed. 
by J. J. S. Perowne and A. F. Kirk- 
patrick. 1879-1911. 53V. 

o. r. 

Introd. to the Pentateuch. Chapman, 

A,T. 
Exodus; ed. by S. R. Driver. 
Numbers; ed. by A. H. McNeile. 
Joshua; ed. by G. F. Maclear. 
Judges; ed. by J. J. Lias. 
Samuel I & H; ed. by A. F. Kirkpatrick. 

2V. 

Kings I & n ; ed. by J. R. Lumby. 2v. 

Kings I & II; ed. by W. E. Barnes. 

Chronicles; ed. by W. E. Barnes. 

Ezra and Nehemiah; ed. by H. E. Ryle. 

Job; ed. by A. B. Davidson. 

Psalms; ed. by A. F. Kirkpatrick. 2v. 

Proverbs; ed. by T. T. Perowne. 

Ecclesiastes; ed. by E. H. Plumptre. 

Song of Solomon; ed. by A. Harper. 

Isaiah; ed. by J. Skinner. 2V. 

Jerem. and Lament.; ed. by A. W. Streane. 

Ezekiel; ed. by A. B. Davidson. 

Daniel; ed. by S. R. Driver. 

Hosea; ed. by T. K. Cheyne. 

Joel and Amos; ed. by S. K. Driver. 

Obadiah and Jonah; ed. by T. T. Perowne. 

Jonah; ed. by T. T. Perowne. 

Micah; ed. by T. K. Cheyne. 

Nahum, Habakkukand ^phaniah; ed. by 

A. B. Davidson. 
Haggai and Zechariah; ed. by T. T. 

Perowne. 
Malachi; ed. by T. T. Perowne. 
Maccabees I; ed. by W. Fairweather and 

J. S. Black. 
Ecclesiasticus; ed. by W. O. E. Oesterky. 

N. r. 

Matthew; ed. by A. Carr. 
Mark; ed. by G. F. Maclear. 
Luke; ed. by F. W. Farrar. 
John; ed. by A. Plummer. 
Acts; ed. by J. R. Lumby. 2 v. 
Romans; ed. by H. G. C. Moule. 
Corinthians I & II; ed. by J. J. Lias. 2 v. 
Galatians; ed. by E. H. Perowne. 
Ephesians; ed. by H. G. C. Moule. 
Philippians; ed. by H. G. C. Moule. 
Colossians and Philemon; ed. by H. G. C. 

Moule. 
Thessalonians I & II; ed. by G. G. 

Findlay. 



Bible. Whole. Commentaries — Continued. 

Timothy and Titus; ed. by A. £. 
Humphreys. 

Hebrews; ed. by F. W. Farrar. 

James; ed. by E. H. Plumptre. 

Peter and Jude, ed. by E. H. Plumptre. 

Epistles of John; ed. by A. Plummer. 

Revelation; ed. by W. H. Simcox. 
Expositor's Bible; ed. by W. R. Nicoll. 

1887-96. 49V. 

O.T. 

Genesis; by M. Dods. 

Exodus; by G. A. Chad wick. 

Leviticus; by S. H. Kellogg. 

Numbers; by R. A. Watson. 

Deuteronomy; by A. Harper. 

Joshua; by W. G. Blaikie. 

Judges and Ruth; by R. A. Watson. 

Samuel; by W. G. Blaikie. 2v. 

Kings; by F. W. Farrar. 2 v. 

Chronicles; by W. H. Bennett. 

Nehemiah and Esther; by W. F. Adeney. 

Job; by R. A. Watson. 

Psalms; by A. Maclaren. 3 v. 

Proverbs; by R, F. Horton. 

Ecclesiastes; by S. Cox. 

Song of Solomon and Lamentations; by 
W. F. Adeney. 

Isaiah; byG. A. Smith. 2v. 

Jeremiah I-XX.; by C.J. Ball. 

Jeremiah XXI-LII; by W. H. Ben- 
nett. 

Ezekiel; by J. Skinner. 

Daniel; by F. W. Farrar. 

Twelve minor prophets; by G. A. Smith. 

2V. 

N. r. 

Matthew; by J. M. Gibson. 
Mark; by G. A. Chadwick. 
Luke; by H. Burton. 
John; by M. Dods. 2v. 
Acts; by G. T. Stokes. 2v. 
Romans; by H. G. C. Moule. 
First Corinthians; by M. Dods. 
Second Corinthians; hy J. Denney. 
Galatians; by G. G. Findlay. 
Ephesians; by G. G. Findlay. 
Philippians; by R. Rainy. 
Colossians and Philemon; by A. Mac- 
laren. 
Thessalonians; by J. Denney. 
Pastoral Epistles; by A. Plummer. 
Hebrews; by T. C. Edwards. 
James and Jude; by A. Plummer. 
Epistles of Peter; by J. R. Lumby. 
Epistles of John; by W. Alexander. 
Revelation; by W. Milligan. 
Hastings, J., ed. Great texts of the Bible. 
I IV. 1910-1913. 
Genesis-Numbers. 
Deuteronomy-Esther. 
Job-Psalms I-XXIII. 
Isaiah. 
Mark. 
John I-XII. 
JohnXIII-XXI. 
Acts; Romans I-VIII. 
Romans yill-XVI. 
I Corinthians. 
Ephesians-Colossians. 
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Holy Bible with an explanatory and critical 

commentary by bishops and other clergy of 

the Anglican church; ed. by F. C. Cook. 

1871-1884. lov. 
Same, Apocrypha, ed.'by Henry Wace. 1884. 2 v. 

Known u the Speaker's or Bibk oommentary. 
Holv Bible with introductions and notes by 

Christopher Wordsworth. The O. T. in 

the authorized version, the N. T. in the 

original Greek. 1871-77. 7 v. 

Vol. I. is new ed. New Testament is new ed. Vols. 
III« IV are 3d ed. 

International critical commentary, Old and 
New Testaments. Under the editorship 
of S. R. Driver, A. Plummer and C. A. 
Briggs. 1895-1912. 23V. 

O. T. 

Genesis; Skinner, J. 

Deuteronomy; Driver, S. R. 

Numbers; Gray, G. B. 

Judges; Moore, G.F. 

Samuel; Smith, H. P. 

Chronicles; Curtis, E. L., and Madsen, 
A. A. 

Esther; Paton, L. B. 

Psalms; Briggs, C. A. 2 v. 

Proverbs; Toy, C. H. 

Ecdesiastes; Barton, G. A. 

Isaiah I-XXXIX; Gray, G. B. 

Hosea and Amos; Harper, W. R. 

Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi, Jonah; 
Mitchell, H. G., and others. 

N.T. 

Matthew; Allen, W.C. 

Mark; Gould, E. P. 

Romans; Sanday,W. 

Corinthians; Robertson, A., and Plum- 
mer, A. 

Ephesiansand Colossians; Abbott, T. K. 

Philippians and Philemon; Vincent, M. R. 

Peter and Jude; Bigg,C. 

Thessalonians; Frame, J. E. 

Jc^nnine epistles; Brooke, A. E. 

Other volnmes not yet published. 
Kent, C. F. The historical Bible. 1908-13. 
5v. 

I. Heroes and crises of early Hebrew 
history. 

II. Founders and rulers of united Israel. 

III. Kings and prophets of Israel and 

Judah. 

IV. Makers and teachers of Judaism from 

the fall of Jerusalem to the death 
of Herod the Great. 
V. Life and teachings of Tesus according to 
the earliest recorcfs. 
Maclaren, A. Expositions of Holy Scripture. 

1908-10. i8v. 
Messages of the Bible. Edited by F. K. 
^n&rs and C. F. Kent. An original and 
popular commentary on the Bible. 1899-. 

I2V. 

I. Messages of the earlier prophets; by 

F. K. Sanders and C. F. Kent. 4th ed. 

II. Messages of the later prophets; by 

F. K. Sandere and C. F. Kent. 
III. Messages of Israel's ktwgtvers; by 
C. F. Kent. 



Bible. Wholb. Commentaries — Continued. 
IV. Messages of the historians; by J. E. 

McFadyen. 
V. Messages of the Psalmists; by J. E. 

MacFadyen. 
VI. 
VII. Messages of the poets; by N. 

Schmidt. 
VIII. Messages of the apocalyptic writers; 
by F. C. Porter. 
IX. Messages of Jesus according to the 

synoptists; by T.C.Hall. 
X. Messages of Jesus according to John; 

by J. S. Riggs. 
XI. Messages of Paul; by G. B. Stevens. 
XII. Messages of the apostles; by G. B. 

Stevens. 
Vol. VI not yet in the library. 

Modem reader's Bible; a series of works from 
the Sacred Scriptures presented in modern 
literary form; edited, with introductions 
and notes by R. G. Moulton. 1896-99. 
23V. 

Contento: Bibk stories, O. T. — Genesis.— 
Eaoodus. — Deuteronomy. — Judges. — Kings. — 
Chronicles. — Job. — Psalms. — Proverbs. — Biblical 
idyls. ~ Ecdesiastes. — Isaiah. ~ Jeremiah. ~ 
Bsekiel. — Daniel and the minor prophets. — 
Bcdesiasticus. — Bibk stories. N. T.~ Matthew, 
Marie. General epistks. — St. Luke and St. Paul. 
— St. John (Gospel, Epistles and Revelation). 

Morgan^ G. C. Analyzed Bible. 8v. 

Contents: O. T. Introduction: Genesis to Esther. — 
Job to Malachi. — Job. — Isaiah. ~i^^. T. Intro- 
duction: Matthew to Revelation. — St. John. — 



New century Bible.* General editor: W. F. 
Adeney. Introductions; revised version 
with notes; indexes and maps. 27V. 

o. r. 

Genesis; ed. by W. H. Bennett. 
Deuteronomy and Joshua; ed. by H. W. 

Robinson. 
Judges and Ruth; ed. by G. W. Thatcher. 
I & II Samuel; ed. by A. R. S. Kennedy. 
I & II Kings; ed. bv T. Skinner. 
Chronicles; ed. by W. R. Harvey- Jellie. 
Job; ed. by A. S. Peake. 
Psalms I-LXXII; ed. by W. T. Davison. 
Psalms LXXIII-CL; ed. by T. W. 

Davies. 
Isaiah; ed. by O. C. Whitehouse. 
Jeremiah and Lamentations, I; ed. by 

W. T. Davison. 
Exekiel; ed. by W. F. Lofthouse. 
Minor prophets, I ; ed. by R. F. Horton. 
Minor prophets, II ; ed. by S. R. Driver. 
N. T. 

Matthew; ed. by W. F. Slater. 
Mark; ed. by S. D. F. Salmond. 
Luke; ed. by W. F. Adeney. 
John; ed. by J. A. McClymont. 
Acts; ed. by J. V. Bartlet. 
Romans; ed. by A. E. Garvie. 
I & II Corinthians; ed. by J. Massie. 
Ephesians, Colossians, Philemon and 

Philippians; ed. by G. C. Martin. 
Thessalonians and Galatians; ed. by W. F. 

Adeney. 
Hebrews; ed. by A. S. Peake. 
Pastoral epistles; ed. by R. F. Horton. 



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General epistles; ed. by W. H. Bennett. 
Revelation; ed. by C. A. Scott. 
Parker, J. People's Bible. 27V. 
A oommentary in the form of tennoiif . 

Pulpit commentary, ed. by H. D. M. Spence 
and J. S. Exell; with introductions, exposi- 
tion and homiletics, and homilies by 
various authors. 51 v. 

Sermon Bible. 1900. 11 v. 

Westminster commentaries, ed. by W. Lock. 
[1809-1911.] 9v. 

Genesis; Driver^ S. R. 
Exodus: McNeile, A. H. 
Job; Gibson, E.C.S. 
Isaiah; Wade, G. W. 
Ezekiel; Redpath, H.A. 
N.T. 

Acts; RackhanuR.B. 
Corinthians I; Goudge, H. L. 
Tames; Knowling, R. J. 
Hebrews; Wickham, £. C. 

Other volumes not yet pnblMied. 

Series bears the name *' Oxford commentaries " 

in the volume first published (Job). 

Criticism, InterpreUUion. 

Anderson, Sir R. Bible and modem criticism. 

1903. 
Arnold, M. God and the Bible; a' review of 

objections to ** Literature and dogma." 

1876. 
— » Literature and dogma; an essay towards 

a better apprehension of the Bible. 189^. 
Balmforth, K. Bible from the standpomt 

of the higher criticism. 1904. 
Barry, W. Tradition of Scripture: its origin, 

autnority and interpretation. 1906. 

(Westnunster libr.) 
Beecher, W. J. Reasonable biblical criticism. 

1911. 
Cheyne, T. K. Bible problems and the new 

materia] for their solution. 1904. 
Farrar, F. W. History of interpretation. 

1886. (Bamp. lect.) 
Faunce, D. W. A young man's difficulties 

with his Bible. C1898. 
Gilbert, G. H. Interpretation of the Bible. 

1908. 
Gladden, W. Who wrote the Bible? A book 

for the people. 1892. 
Haley, J. W. Examination of the alleged 

discrepancies of the Bible. 4th ed. 

1897. 
Handley, H., ed. Declaration on biblical 

criticism^ by 1725 clergy of the Anglican 

communion. 1906. 
Ladd, G. T. Doctrine of sacred Scripture. 

1883. 2V. 
Margoliouth, D. S. Lines of defence of the 

biblical revelation, n. d. 
Mead, C. M. Christ and criticism; thoughts 

concerning the relation of Christian faith to 

biblical criticism. 
Orelli, H. C. von. Peculiarity of the religion 

of the Bible. C1908. (For. relig. ser.) 
Orr, J. Bible under trial. 1907. 
Pierson. A. T. The Bible and spiritual 

critiasm. 1905. (Exeter Hall lect.) 



BiBLB. Wholb. Criticism, InterpretoHon. — Cent. 
Rainy, R. Bible and criticism. 1888. 
Reed, T., and others. Bible; is it the word of 

God? 1899. (Bennett lect.) 
Selleck, W. C. New appreciation of the 

Bible. 1907. 
Smith, J. Integrity of Scripture; reasons 

for rejecting the critic^ hypothesis. 

1902. 
Terry, M. S. Biblical hermeneutics. CI890. 
— Moses and the prophets; an essay towwl 

a fair and useful statement of some of the 

positions of modern biblical criticism. 

1901. 
See also Higher criticism. 

The English BibU. 

Anderson. Annals of the English Bible. 

1845. 2V. 
Barker, H. English Bible versions. 1907. 
Conant, Mrs. H. C. The English Bible. 

1856. 
Concut, B. History of the English Bible. 

C1881. 
Cook, A. S. Authorized version of the 

English Bible and its influence. 19 10. 
Dore, J. R. Old Bibles: an account dF the 

early versions of the English Bible. 2d ed. 

1888. 
Eadie. J. The English Bible. 1876. 2v. 
Faris, J. T. Romance of the English Bible. 

CI911. 
Gairdner, J. {In his Lollardy and the refor- 
mation m England, vol. II.) 
Hardy, E. N. Story of the English 

Bible. 

Piun|>hiet. 

Harper, W. R., and others. The English 
Bible; how we got it. 
Funphlet. 

Hoare, W. H. Evolution of the English Bible. 

1902. 
Jacobus, M. W., ed. Roman Catholic and 

Protestant Bibles compared. 2d ed. 

1908. (Gould prize essays.) 
Lovett, R. Printed English Bible. 1909. 
McAfee, C. B. Greatest English classic. 

1912. 
McComb, S. Making of the English Bible. 

1909. 
Moulton, W. F. History of the English 

Bible. 1878. 
Pollard, A. W., ed. Records of the English 

Bible; the documents relating to the transla- 
tion and publication of the Bible in English, 

1525-1611. 1911. 
Price, I. M. Ancestry of our English Bible. 

1907. 
Smyth, J. P. How we got our Bible. loth 

ed. 1893. 
Storrs, R. S. John Wycliffe and the first 

English Bible. 1880. 
Stou^ton, J. Our English Bible. 1878. 
Talbot, R. T. Our Bible: how it has come 

to us. 1894. 
Walden, T. Our English Bible. C1871. 
Westcott, B. F. General view of the history 

of the English Bible. 1905. 
Wright, J. Historic Bibles in America. 1905. 



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Bible. Whole. Essays. 

Essays on some biblical questions of the day 
by members of the University of Cambridge ; 
ed. by H. B. Swete. 1909. (Cambridge 
biblical essays.) 

Contents: i. Hiatorical methods in the O. T.; 
A. A. Bevan. — 2. Influence of Babylonian mythol- 
ogy upon the O. T.; C.H. W. Johns. — 3. Present 
stage of O. T. research; S. A. Cook. — 4. History 
of the Jewish rhi^rtrh from Nebuchadnezzar to 
Alexander the Great; R. H. Keonett. — s- Inter- 

eretation of the Psalms: W. E. Barnes. — ^6. Rab- 
inlc aids to exegesis; 1. Abrahams, — 7. Eschato- 
logical idea in the gospel; F. C. Burkitt. — 8. Our 
Lord's use of the O. T.; A. H. McNeile. — g. The- 
ology of the fourth gospel; W. R. Inge. — 10. His- 
torical value of the fourth gospel; A. E. Brooke. — 
II. Jesus and Paul; C A. A. Scott. — la. 
Speedies of Paul in Acts; P. Gardner. — 13. Pres- 
ent state of the Synoptic problem; H. L. Jackson. — 
14. N. T. Greek in the light of modem discovery: 
J. H. Moulton. — IS. History and present state of 
N. T. textual criticism; A. V. Valentine-Richards. 
— x6. Religious value of the Bible; H. B. Swete. 

Geography, 

Kent, C. F. Biblical geography and history. 
1911. 

Merrill, S. Galilee in the time of Christ. 
1801. 

Smith, G. A. Historical geogpiphy of the 
Holy Land especially in relation to the his- 
tory of Israel and of the early church. 3d 
ed. 1895, 

Summerbell, J. J. The mountains of the 
Bible. 1912. 

Thomson, W. M. The land and the book. 
1880-86. 3v. 

See also Names of countries; Bible lands. 

History. 

Hazard, M. C. Books of the Bible with 
relation to their place in history. 1903. 
(Pilgrim ser.) 

Petrie, W. M. F. Ej^ypt and Israel. 191 1. 

Sanders, F. K., and Fowler, H. T. Outhnes 
for the study of biblical history and litera- 
ture. 1906. (Hist, series for Bible students, 
voL IX.) 

Wilkinson, W. F. Personal names in the 
Bible. 1865. 

Inspiration. 

Beecher, H. W. The insfuration of the 
Bible. (In his Evolution and religion: 
sermons.) 

Dixon, A. C. Scripture inspiration and 
authority. (In Theologv at the dawn of 
the twentieth century. Morgan, J. V., ed.) 

Elliott, C. Treatise on the inspiration of the 
Holy Scriptures. 1877. 

Farrar, F. W., and others, Inspiration: a 
clerical symposium on " In what sense, and 
within what limits is the Bible the word of 
God?" 1884. 

Gaussen, F. S. R. L. " It is written "; every 
word and expression contained in the 
Scriptures proved to be from God. 1857. 

Horton, R. F. Inspiration and the Bible. 
1896. 

McConnell, S. D. Scripture inspiration and 
authority. (In Theology at the dawn of 
the twentieth century. Morgan, J. V., ed.) 

Manly, B. Bible doctrine of inspiration 
explained and vindicated. 1888. 



Bible. Whole. Inspiration — Continued. 
Manning, J. M. Not of man, but of God. 

C1883. 
Parker, J. None like it; a plea for the old 

sword. CI 893. 
Percival, H. K., ed. Inspiration of Holy 

Scripture and six other essays. 1896. 
Sanday, W. Inspiration. 1893. (Bamp. 

lect.) 

— Oracles of God; nine lectures on the 
nature and extent of biblical inspiration. 
3d ed. 1891. 

Smyth, J. P. How God inspired the Bible. 

n. d. 
See also Inspiration. 

Introductions. 

Bennett, W. H., and Adeney, W. F. Biblical 
introduction. 1899. 

Book by book: popular studies on the canon 
of Scripture. By James Robertson [and 
others]. 1896. 2 v. in i. 

Briggs, C. A. General introduction to the 
study of Holy Scripture. Rev. ed. 1900. 

Mann, N. Evolution of a great literature; 
natural history of the Jewish and Christian 
scriptures. [Rev. ed. with notes.] C1906. 

Moulton, R. G. Short introduction to the 
literature of the Bible. 1901. 

Sanders, F. K., and Fowler, H. T. Outlines 
for the study of biblical history and litera- 
ture. 1906. (Hist, series for Bible students.) 

Sunderland, J. T. Origin and character of 
the Bible. 1909. 

Manuscripts. 

Kenyon, F. G. Our Bible and the ancient 
manuscripts; being a history of the text 
and its translations. Ath ed. 1896. 

Merrill, G. E. Story of the manuscripts, 3d 
ed. 1881. 

Names. 
See Names. 

Prayers. 
McFadyen, J. E. Prayers of the Bible. 1906 . 

Psychology. 
Beck, J. T. Outlines of biblical psychology. 
1877. 

Revised version. 

Amer. Revision Committee. Anglo-American 
Bible revision. [Ed. by Philip Schaff.j 
1879. 

Westcott, B. F. Lesson of biblical revision. 
(In his Lessons from work.) 

Science. 

Clark, E. L. Fundamental questions chiefly 
relating to the book of Genesis and the 
Hebrew Scriptures. 1 882 . 

Dawson, Sir J. W. Meeting-place of geology 
and history. C1894. 

— Origin of the world according to revela- 
tion and science. 1877. 

Guyot, A. Creation; or, The biblical cos- 
mogony in the light of modem science. 1884. 
Hughes, N. C. Genesis and geology. 1887. 



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BiBLB. Whole. Scienu — Continued. 

Mackenzie, H. Evolution illuminating the 
Bible. 1891. 

Mathewson, G. The psalmist and the scien- 
tist. Newed. 1801. 

Maurice, F. D. Claims of the Bible and of 
science. 1863. 

Reusch, F. H. Nature and the Bible; lec- 
tures on the Mosaic history of creation in its 
relation to natural science; tr. by K. Lyttel- 
ton. 1886. 2v. 

Thomson, J. A. The Bible of nature. 1908. 
(Bross kct. 1907.) 

Wright, G. F. Scientific confirmations of Old 
Testament history. 1906. 

Stories. 

Worcester, W. L. On holy ground: Bible 
stories with pictures of Bible lands. 1904. 

Theology. 

Beeching, H. C, and Naime, A. Bible doctrine 

of atonement. 1907. 
Ewald, G. H. A. Old and New Testament 

theology. 1888. 
Fairbairn, P. Revelation of law in Scripture. 

1869. (Cunningham lect.) 
Smith, G. B. Biblical ideas of atonement. 

1009. 
Snuth, T. M. P. Biblical ideas of atonement. 

Chi. Univ. press. 1909. 
Townsend, L. T. Bible theology and modem 

thought. 1883. 

Versions. 

Luzzi, G. Dramatic history of the Bible in 
Italy. (In his Struggle for Christian truth 
in Italy.) 
BiBLB. O. T. 

Works about the O. T. 

Abbott, L. Old Testament shadows of New 

Testament truths. 1870. 
Barnes, W. E. Permanent value of the Old 

Testament, (/n Cambridge theological 

essays. Swete, H. B., ed.) 
Barton, G. A. Roots of Christian teaching 

as found in the Old Testament. 1902. 
Bennett, W. H. Social ideals in the Old 

Testament. {In Christ and civilization. 

Paton, J. B., and others^ eds,) 
Bonar, H. Light and truth: Old Testament. 

1868. 
Brooke, S. A. Old Testament and modem 

life. 1896. 
Bumey, C. F. Permanent religious value of 

the Old Testament. (In Contentio veri- 

tatis.) 
Driver, S. R. Sermons on subjects connected 

with the Old Testament. 1892. 
Edersheimi, A. The world before the flood. 
Eiselen, F. C. Christian view of the Old 

Testament. CIQ12. 
Foster, R. V. Old Testament studies. C1890. 
Gibbs, E. O. Origin of sin and dotted words 

in the Hebrew Bible. 1893. 
Godet, F. L. Studies on the Old Testament. 
Green, W. H. Old Testament literature. 

1888. 
Hedge, F. H. Primeval world of Hebrew 

tradition. 1870. 



BiBLB. O. T. Works about the O. T.— Continued 
Houghton, Mrs. L. S. Hebrew Life and 

thoup^ht; being interpretative studies in 

the hterature of Israel. 1906. 
Marti, K. Religion of the Old Testament; 

tr. by G. A. Bienemann. 1907. (C. 1. 1.) 
Maurice, F. D. Patriarchs and law-givers 

of the Old Testament: sermons. 1^0. 
— Prophets and kings of the Old Testa- 
ment: sermons. 1853. 
Phelps, A. Studies of the Old Testament. 

1879. 
Smith, G. A. Preaching of the Old Testament 

to the age. 1893. 

Archeology. ArchBological research. 

Works giving results of wdueological fesearch and 
thdr bearing on the Old Testament. 



Astley, H.J. 
the Old 



D. Prehistoric archeology and 
Testament. 1908. (Donnellan 
lect.) 

Boecawen, W. S. The Bible and the monu- 
ments; the primitive Hebrew records in the 
light of modem research. 1895. 

Clay, A. T. Amumi, the home of the north- 
ern Semites; a study showing that the 
religion and culture of Israel are not of 
Babylonian origin. 1909* 

Delitzsch, F. Babel and bible: two lectures, 
ed. by C. H. W. Johns. 1903. (C. t. I) 




the Old Testament. 1909. 

Evetts, B. T. A. New light on the Bible and 
the Holy Land; an account of some recent 
discoveries in the East. 1892. 

Harper, H. A. Bible and modem discoveries. 
1890. 

Hilprecht, H. V., ed. Recent research in 
Bible lands; its progress and results. 
1896. 

— Explorations in Bible lands during 
the nineteenth century. 1903. 

Hommel, F. The ancient Hebrew tradition 
as illustrated by the monuments: a protest 
against the modem school of O. T. criticism; 
tr. by E. McClure and L. Crossly. 1897. 

Jeremias, A. The Old Testament in the 
light of the ancient East: manual of biblical 
archaeology. 191 1. 2v. (Theol. transl. 
libr.) 

Kellner, M. The Assyrian monuments illus- 
trating the sermons of Isaiah. 1900. 

KOnie, F. E. Bible and Babylon. 9th ed., 
tr. by C. E. Hay. 1905. 

Macalister, R. A. S. Bible side-lights from 
the mound of Gezer; a record of excava- 
tion and discoveiy in Palestine. 1906. 

McCurdy, J. F. History, prophecy and the 
monuments. 1 896-1901. 3v. 

Pinches, T. G. The Old Testament in the 
lieht of the historical records and legends 
of Assyria and Babylonia. 1902. 

Price, I. M. Monuments and the Old Testa- 
ment. 1902. 

Rogers, R. W., ed. and transl. Cuneiform 
paralleb to the Old Testament. 1912. 

Sayce, A. H. Fresh light from the ancient 
monuments. 5th ed. 1890. (By-paths of 
Bible knowledge. II.) 



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BiBLB. O. T. Archaology, Archaolapcal 

research — Continued. 
Schrader, E. The cuneiform inscriptions 

and the Old Testament; tr. from 2d Germ. 

ed. by O. C. Whitehouse. 1885. 2v. 
Smith, G. Chaldean account of Genesis 

from the cuneiform inscriptions. [1875.] 
See also Archseology; Inscriptions. 

Biography. 

Allen, J. H. Hebrew men and times from 
the patriarchs to the Messiah. 1907. 

Contents: I. The patriardu. — II. Moses. — III. 
The Judges. — IV. David.— V. Solomon.— VI. The 
Kings.— VII. The law.— VIII. The propheu.— 
IX. ThecapUvity.— X. The Maccabees.— XI. The 
Alexandrians. — XII. The Messiah. 

Farrar, F. W. Minor prophets. (Men of 

the Bible.) 
Green, R. S. Both sides; or, Jonathan and 

Absalom. C1887. 
Guthrie, T. Studies of character from the 

Old Testament. 1869. 

Contento: Abraham the friend of God. — BUeser the 

^ttem servant. — Joseph the successful man. — 
OSes the patriot. — Joshua the colonist. — Caleb 
the soldier. — Boas the farmer. — Ruth the virtuous. 
— Gideon the deliverer. 

Horton, R. F. Women of the Old TesUment. 

1897. 

ContenU: Eve. — Sarah. — Rebekah. — Radiel. — 
Potii^iar's wife. — The daughter of Pharaoh. — 
Rahab. — Ruth. — Deborah and Jael. — The spir- 
itualist medium of Endor. — Rixpah. — Michal.— 
Abigail. — The Queen of Sheba. — The Shulammite. 
The Shunammite. — The little captive maid. — 
Huldah. — The wives of the prophets. — Esther. 

Lang, J. M. Gideon and the Judges. 1891. 
(Men of the Bible.) 

Milligan, G., and others. Men of the Old 
Testament: Cain to David. 
ContenU: i. Cain; by A. Rowland. — a. Noah; 
by H. E. Lewis. — 3- Abraham; by W. J. Town- 
send. — 4. Isaac; by A. Rowland. — 5. Esau; 
by G. MUligan. — 6.Jacob; by J. M. Gibbon.— 
7. Reuben; by A. Rowland. — S. Joseph: by D. 
Rowlands. — 9. Phaiaoh; by T. R. Williams. — 
10. Moses; by W. J. Townaend. — 11. Aaron; 
by H. E.Lewis. — 12. Joshua; by H. E. Lewis. — 
13. Balaam; by J. M. Gibbon. — 14. Achan; 
by J. G. Greenhough. — 15. Gideon;_ by H. E. 



. — 16. Samson; by W. J. Townaend. — 
17. Eli: by D. Rowlands. — 18. Samuel; by 
P. C. Simpson.— 19. Saul; by G. Milligan.— 
20. Jonathan; by J. G. Greenhough. — ax. David: 
by H. E. Lewis. 

Milligan, G., and others. Men of the Old 
Testament: Solomon to Jonah. 

ContenU: i. Solomon; by J. G. Greenhonrii. — 
a. Absalom: by J. G. Greenhough. — 3. Rebo- 
boam; by D. Rowlands. — 4. Ahab and Naboth; 
byJ.G. Greenhough. — 5. Elijah; by D. Rowlands. 
— 6. Elisha; by H. E. Lewis. — 7. Ahaz; by 
H. E. Lewis. — 8. Hezekiah; by A. Rowland.— 
9. Josiah: by J. G. Greenhough. — 10. Haman 
and Moraecai; by J. G. Greenhough. — 11. Esra; 
by W. J. Townsend. — 12. Nehemiah; by G. 
MniiAn. — ». Job; by T. R. Williams. — 14. 
Isaiah; by W. J. Townaend. — 15. Jeremiah; by 
W. F. Adeney. — z6. Ezekiei; by H. E. Lewis.— 
17. Hosea; by W. F. Adeney. — 18. Joel; by A. 
Rowland. — 19* Amos; by W. F. Adeney.— :-ao. 
Jonah; by W. F. Adeney. 

Rawlinson, G. Kings of Israel and Judah. 

1889. (Men of the Bible.) 
Spaulding, H. G. Hebrew prophets and 

kings. 1891. 
— Later heroes of Israel. 1888. 
Thomson, W. H. Life and times of the 

patriarchs. 1912. 



Bible. O. T. Catum. 

Buhl, F. Canon and text of the Old Testa- 
ment. 1892. 

Green, W. H. General introduction to the 
Old Testament: the canon. 1899. 

Moore, G. F. Definition of the Jewish canon. 
{In Essays publ. as a testimonial to C. A. 



Canon of the Old Testament. 



Briggs.) 
Ryk. H. E. 
1895. 

Commentaries, 

Kentj C. F. The student's Old Testament 
logically and chronologically arranged and 
translated. I-IV. 1907-10. 

I. Narratives of the beginnings of 

Hebrew history. 
II. Israel's historical and biographical 
narratives. 

III. Prophetic sermons, epistles and 

apocalypses. 

IV. Israel's laws and legal precedents. 
Other volumes not yet published. 

5^ also Bible. Whole. Commentaries. 

Criticism, Interpretation. 

Abbott, L. Life and literature of the ancient 

Hebrews. 1901. 
Behrends, A. J. F. Old Testament under 

fire. 1897. 
Cheyne^ T. K. Founders of Old Testament 

critiasm. 1893. 
Duff, A. History of Old Testament criticism. 

1910. (Hist, of the sciences.) 
Gladden, W. Seven puzzling Bible books: 

a supplement to " Who wrote the Bible? " 

1897. 

ContenU: Introductory. — Judges. — Esther. — 
Job. — Ecdesiastes. — The 



. — Jonah. 



Song of songs. — 



Green, W. H. Hebrew feasts in their relation 

to recent critical hypotheses concerning 

the Pentateuch. 1885. (Newton lectures.) 
Har|)er, W. R. Constructive studies in the 

priestly element in the Old Testament. 

1902. (Constructive Bible studies.) 
Kent, C. F. Origin and permanent value 

of the Old Testament. 1906. 
Kirkpatrick, A. F. Divine library of the 

Old Testament. loio. 
McFadyen, J. E. Old Testament criticism 

and the Christian church. 190^. 
Margoliouth, D. S. Lines of defence of the 

biblioil revelation. [1900.] 
Orr, J[. Problem of the Old Testament 

considered with reference to recent criticism. 

1006. 
Ottfey, R. L. Aspects of the Old Testament. 

1897. (Bamp. lect.) 
Smith, G. A. Modem criticism and the preach- 
ing of the Old Testament. 2d ed. 1901. 

(Yale lect.) 
Smith, W. R. Old Testament in the Jewish 

church. 1 88 1. 
Same. New ed. 1912. 
Stebbins, R. P. Common sense view of the 

Old Testament. 1885. 
Thomas, J. M. The Christian faith and the 

Old Testament. 1908. 



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Bible. O. T. Criticism, InterpretaHon, — Cont. 
Vernon, A. W. Relip^ous value of the Old 
Testament in the hght of modern scholar- 
ship. 1907. 
Su also Archseology; Bible; Higher criticism. 

Ethics. 
Bruce, W. S. Ethics of the Old Testament. 

1895. 
Mitchell, H. G. Ethics of the Old Testament. 

1912. 
Mozley, J. B. Ruling ideas in early ages and 

their relation to Old Testament faith. 

1877. 

Ethnology. 

Saycc, A. H. Races of the Old Testament. 
1 891. (By-paths of Bible knowledge. 
.XVI.) 

Evidences. 

McCurdy, J. F. History, prophecy and the 

monuments. 1 894-1901. 3v. 
Price, I. M. The monuments and the Old 

Testament; oriental light on Holy writ. 

3d ed. 1902. 

History. 

Armstrong, G. Names and places in the Old 
Testament and the Apocrypha. 1887. 

Dawson, W. J. Egypt and Syria; their 
physical features in relation to Bible history. 
1885. (By-paths of Bible knowledge. VI.) 

Horr, G. E. Training of the Chosen people. 
C1908. 

Kent, C. F. Historical Bible. I-IV. [O. 
T.] 1908-1^11. SuBihh. Old Testament. 
Commentaries. 

K6nig, F. E. Religious history of Israel: 
a discussion of the chief problems in Old 
Testament history as opposed to the develop- 
ment theorists; tr. by A. J. Campbell. 1885. 

Sheffield, A. D. The Old Testament narra- 
tive separated out, set in connected order 
and edited by A. D. Sheffield. 19 10. 

A manual for the school and the general reader. 

Smith, H. P. Old Testament history. 1903. 

(Int. theol. libr.) 
Todd, J. C. Politics and religion in ancient 

el. 1904. 
Toy, C. H. History of the religion of Israel. 



Israel, 
oy, C. 
1883. 



InspiraHon. 

Cave, A. Inspiration of the Old Testament. 
1888. 

Introductions. 

Cornill, C. H. Introduction to the canonical 

bool^ of the Old Testament. 190^. 
Driver. S. R. Introduction to the literature 

of the Old Testament. 1891. 
Same. 13th ed. 1906. 
Fowler, H. T. History of the literature of 

ancient Israel. 19 12. 
Geden, A. S. Outlines of introduction to 

the Hebrew Bible. 190^. « 
Gigot, F. E. C. Special introduction to the 

study of the Old Testament. Historical 

bool^. 1901. 



Bible. O. T. /n(r(K/iic/iofM^--Continued. 
Gray, G. B. Critical introduction to the Old 

Testament. 1913. 
Kautzsch, E. F. Outline of the history of the 

literature of the Old Testament; tr. by 

J. Taylor. 1899. 
McFadyen, J. E. Introduction to the Old 

Testament. 1905. 
Moore, G. F. Literature of the Old Testa- 
ment. CI913. (Home Univ. libr.) 
Raven, J. H. Old Testament introduction, 

general and spedaL C1906. 
StoBUfis, O. S. Introduction to the books of 

the Old Testament. 1888. 
Todd, I. C. Politics and religion in ancient 

Israel; an introduction to the study of the 

Old Testament. 1904. 
Wright, C. H. H. Introduction to the Old 

Testament* 

Miracles. 
See Miracles. 

Religion. 

Marti, K. Religion of the Old Testament: 
its plaoe among the reli|;ion8 of the nearer 
East; tr. by G. A. Bienemann. ed. by 
W. D. Morrison. 1907. (C. 1. 1.) 

Stories. 

Brown, C. Birth of a nation; studies in Old 
Testament stories. CI909. 

Hodges, G. Castle of'Zion: stories from the 
Old Testament. 1912. 

— The Garden of Eden ; stories from the first 
nine books of the Old Testament 1909. 

Houghton, L. S. Telling Bible stories. 1907. 

Moulton, R. G. Bible stories. Old Testa- 
ment. 1899. (Modern reader's Bible, 
vol. I.) 

Study and teaching. 

Brown, F. Assyriology: its use and abuse in 
Okl Testament study. 1885. 

Kittel, R. Scientific study of the Old Testa- 
ment. [Six lectures for elementary school 
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Theology. 

Bennett, W. H. Theology of the Old Testa- 
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Davidson, A. B. Theology of the Old Testa- 
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Delitzsch, F. Old Testament history of 
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Duff, A. Old Testament theology. 1891. 

Foster, R. V. Old Testament studies; an 
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Oehler,G.F. Theology of the Old Testament; 
with introduction and notes by G. E. Day. 
2d ed. 1884. 

Ottley, R. L. Aspects of the Old Testament. 
1897. (Bamp. lect.) 

SchulU, H. Old Testament theology; tr. 
from 4th Germ. ed. by J. A. Peterson. 
1892. 2V. 

Toy, C. H. Judaism and Christianity; a 
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Carpenter, J. E., and Battersby, G. H-. 
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theology, Oxford; edited with introduction, 
notes, etc. 1900. 2v. 

Bartlett, S. C. Veracity of the Hexateuch. 
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Briggs, C. A. Higher criticism of the Hexa- 
teuch. 1893. 

Kuenen, A. Historico-critical inquiry into 
the origin and composition of the Hexa- 
teuch. 1886. 

Pentateuch, 

Bissell, E. C. The Pentateuch, its origin and 

structure. 1888. 
Bartlett, S. C. Sources of history in the 

Pentateuch. ci888. 
Briggs, C. A., and HQeel, F. von. Papal 

commission and the Pentateuch. 1906. 
Chambers, T. W., ed. Moses and his recent 

critics. 1892. 

Eamy by various writert. 

Chapman, A. T. Introduction to the Penta- 
teuch. 191 1. 

Cook, S. A. Laws of Moses and the code of 
Hammurabi. 1903. 

Curtiss, S. I. Levitical priests, a contribution 
to the criticism of tne Pentateuch. 187^. 

Green, W. H. The Hebrew feasts in theu- 
relation to recent critical hypotheses con- 
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— Higher criticism of the Pentateuch. 1895. 

Holbom, A. Pentateuch in the light of 
to-day. 1902. 

Warren, H. W. Exegesb of the Pentateuch 
of Moees. C1893. 

Wiener, H. M. Essays in pentateuchal 
criticism. 1909. 

Genesis. 

Bacon, B. W. Genesis of Genesis. C1893. 
Bissell, E. C. Genesis printed in colors 

showing the original sources from which 

it is supposed to have been compiled, 

with an introduction. 1892. 
Davis, J. D. Genesis and Semitic tradition. 

1894. 
Delitzsch, F. New commentary on Genesis, 

tr. by Sophia Taylor. 1889. 2v. 
Dillmann, A. Genesis critically and exegeti- 

cally expounded. 1897. 2v. 
Dods, M. Genesis with introduction and 

notes. (Hdbks. for Bible classes.) 
Fiske, A. K. Myths of Israel, the ancient 

book of Genesis with analysis and explana- 
tion of its composition. 1897. 
Gordon, A. R. The early traditions of 

Genesis. 1907. 
Green, W. H. Unity of the book of Genesb. 

1805. 
Gunkel, H. The legends of Genesis, tr. by 

W. H. Camith. 1901. 
Hedge, F. H. Primeval world of Hebrew 

tradition. 1870. 
Hershon. P. I. Rabbinical commentary on 

Genesis. 1885. 



Bible. O. T. Genesis — Continued. 

Jukes, A. Tjrpes of Genesis briefly considered . 
1892. 

Mitchell. H. G. The world before Abraham 
according to Genesb I-XI, with an intro- 
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Newton, R. H. Book of the beginnings; 
study of Genesis. 1884. 

Robertson, F. W. Notes on Genesis. 1877. 

Ryle, H. E. Early narratives of Genesis. 
1892. 

Toy, C. H. Polythebm in Genesis as a 
mark of date. (In Essavs publ. as a 
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Wenyon, C. Creation story. 

Worcester, E. Book of Genesis in the light 
of modem knowledge. 1901. 

Exodus. 

Bacon, B. W. Triple tradition of the Exodus. 

1894. 
Hoskins, F. E. From the Nik to Nebo; 

a discussion of the problem and the route 

of the Exodus. 1912. 
Pentecost, G. F. " Out of Egvpb ": Bible 

readings on the book of Exodus. 1884. 
Toffteen, O. A. Historic Exodus. 1909. 

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Leviticus. 

G^nung, G. F. Book of Leviticus. CI905. 

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Rainsford, M. Tabernacle in the wilderness 

and tJie gospel according to Leviticus. 

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Genung, G. F. Book of Numbere. CI906. 
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Deuteronomy. 

McNeile, A. H. Deuteronomy: iu place in 

revelation. 19 12. 
Welch, A. C. Deuteronomy. {In his Religion 

of Israel under the kingdom.) (Kerr lect.) 

Judges. 

Curtis, E. L. Book of Judges. 1913. (Bible 

for home and school.) 
Lang, J. M. Gideon and the Judges. (Men 

otthe Bible.) 

Ruih. 
Cox, S. Book of Ruth; a popular exposition. 

Samuel. 

Arnold, W. R. Meaning of Hebrew Bithrdn, 
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£sra. 
Torrey, C. C. Ezra studies. 1910. 

Esther. 

Cassel, P. Explanatory commentary on 
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Haley, J. W. Esther; new translation, with 

notes. 1885. 
Lowell Hebrew Club. Esther; new transla- 
tion, with critical notes. Ed. by J. W. 
Haley. 1885. 

PoeUcal books. 

Gilfillan, G. Bards of the Bible. 1874. 
Lowth, R. Lectures on the sacred poetry 

of the Hebrews. 
Smith, G. A. Early poetry of Israel in 

its physical and social origins. 1912. 

(Schweich lect.) 

Job. 

Blake, B. The problem of human suffering: 

a study of the book of Job. 191 1. 
Bradley, G. G. Lectures on the book of 

Job. 1887. 
Brown, C. R. The strange ways of God: 

a study in the book of Job. 1908. 
Cheyne, T. K. Job and Solomon. 1889. 
Cox, S. Commentary on the book of Job. 

1880. 
Driver, S. R. Job in the revised version, 

with introductions and brief annotations. 

1906. 
Froude, J. A. Book of Job. {In his Short 

studies on great subjects. First series.) 
Genun^, J. F. Book of Job. {In Moulton, 

R. G., and others, Bible as literature.) 
— Epic of the inner life. 1801. 
Peloubet, F. N. Studies in the book of Job. 

1906. 
Royce, J. Problem of Job. (In his Studies 

of good and evil.) 
Strahan, J. The book of Job interpreted. 

1913. 

Wisdom literature. 

Cheyne, T. K. Job and Solomon; or, The 
wisdom of the Old Testament. 1889. 

Genung, J. F. The Hebrew literature of 
wisdom in the light of to-day. 1906. 

Psalms. 

Bay Psalm book; being a facsimile reprint of 
the first edition, printed 'by Stephen Daye 
at Cambridge, in New England, in 1640. 
1903. 

Cathedral paragraph Psalter containing the 
canticles, proper Psalms, and the twenty 
selections of rsalms arranged in paragraphs 
and pointed for chanting; with brief notes 
on the Psalter; ed. by J. Troutbeck. n. d. 

Psalter; or, Selections from the book of 
Psalms. CI883. 

Psalter; or, Selections from the book of 
Psalms, n. d. 

Adams, J. The Lenten PsaUns. 19 12. 
(Short course ser.) 

A. U. A. Psalter; or, Book of Psalms arranged 
for congregational use. 1901. 

Aueustine, St. Expositions on the Psalms. 
(Nicene and post-Nicene fathers, first ser., 
vol. VHL) 

Barton, W.E. P^lms and their story. CI898. 

Binnie. W. The Psalms; their history, 
teachings and use. 1886. 



BiBLB. O. T. P5a/ffi5^— Continued. 

Brooks, P. Exposition of the nineteenth, 
twenty-third and fifty-ninth Psalms. (In 
his Spiritual man, and other sermons.) 

Chambers, T. W. The Psalter. 1876. 

(Vedder lect.) 
. Cheyne, T. K. Origin and religious contents 
of the Psalter. 1891. 

— Psalms; new translation, with commen- 
tary. 1888. 

Same. 1904. 2v. 

Fullerton, K. The anti-sacrifidal Psalms. 
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Briggs.) 

Huckel, O. The melody of God's love; 
a new unfolding of the twenty-third Psalm. 

1905. 
Peile, J. H. F. Sacrament of repentance: 

a commentary on the fifty-first Psalm. 

1912. 
Perowne, J. J. S. Psalms; new translation 

with notes. 1870. 2v. 
Peters, J. P. The sons of Korah. (In 

Essays publ. as a testimonial to C. A. 

Briggs.) 
Prothero, R. E. Psalms in human life. 1903. 
Robertson, J. Poetry and religion of the 

Psalms. 1898. (Croall lect.) 
Smith, G. A. Four Psalms: XXHI, XXXVI, 

LH, CXXI; interpreted for practical use. 

1896. 
Spurgeon, C. H. Treasury of David. 1882- 

1886. TV. 
Stalker, ]. The Psalm of Psalms; being an 

exposition of the twenty-third Psalm. 1 9 1 3. 



Thirtle, J. W. Titles of the Psahns. 1904. 
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Wesley, J. Select Psalms, arranged for the 
use of the M. E. Church. Ed. by C. S. 
narrower. 1891. 

Proverbs. 

Banks, L. A. Problems of youth; discourses 
on themes from the book of Proverbs. 
1909. 

Ecdesiastes. 

Cheyne, T. K. Job and Solomon. 1889. 

Genung, T. F. Words of Koheleth, son of 
David, king in Jerusalem; translated anew, 
and accompanied with a study of their 
literary anci spiritual values. 1904. 

Moffatt, J. Ecdesiastes. 1905. (Lit. illus. 
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Song of Solomon. 

Griffis, W. E. Lily amon^ thorns: study of 
the biblical drama entitled the Song of 
songs. 1890. 

Prophets. 

Batten, L. W. Hebrew prophet. 1905. 
Beecher, W. J. The prophets and the promise. 

1905. (Stone lect.) 
Bennett, W. H. Religion of the post-exilic 

prophets. 1907. 
Blake, B. How to read the prophets. 1892. 

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BiBLB. O. T. Prophets— Continued. 

Chamberlin, G. L. The Hebrew prophets; 
or, Patriots and leaders of Israel; a text- 
book for students of the high school age- and 
above, cioii. 

Cheyne, T. K. The two religions of Israel, 
with a re-examination of the prophetic 
narratives and utterances. 191 1. 

Comill, C. H. Prophets of Israel. 1897. 

Eiselen, F. C. Commentary on the minor 
prophets. 1907. (Whedon, D. D. Com- 
mentary on the O. T., vol. IX.) 

Farrar, F. W. Minor prophets. (Men of the 
Bible.) 

Green, W. H. Prophets and prophecy. 1878. 

Kirkpatrick, A. F. Doctrine of the prophets. 
1892. (Warburton lect.) 

Kuenen, A. Prophets and prophecy in 
Israel 1877. 

Martin, A. W. Prophets of Israel. (In his 
Great religious teachers of the East.) 

Smith, W. R. Prophets of Israel and their 
place in history. i88a. 

See also Prophecy; Messianic prophecy. 

Isaiah, 

Box, G. H. Isaiah; tr. from a text revised 
in accordance with the results of recent 
criticism, with introductions, nott8,etc. 1909. 

Cheyne, T. K. Introduction to the book of 
Isaiah. 1895. 

— Book of Isaiah chronologically arranged. 
1870. 

— Prophecies of Isaiah; new translation 
with commentary. 1880. 2v. 

Ewald, G. H. A. Isaiah, chapters I-XXXIII. 

i860. 
Glazebrook, M. G. Studies in the book of 

Isaiah. 19 10. 
Hastings, J. Great texts of the Bible. 

Isaiah. 1910. 
Kellner, M. Assyrian monuments illustrating 

the sermons of Isaiah. 1900. 
Kennedy, J. Popular argument for the unity 

of Isaiah. 1891. 
Kennett, R. H. Composition of the book of 

Isaiah in the lif^ht of history and archeology. 

1910. (Schweich lect.) 
K6nig, E. Exiles' book of consolation con- 
tained in Isaiah XL-LXVI. 1890. 
Mitchell, H. G. Isaiah; study of chapters 

I-XII. CI807. 
Rogers, A. Prophecy and {xtetry; studies 

in Isaiah and Browning. 1909. 
Warren, H. W. Studies in the addresses of 

Isaiah. (In hts Exegesis of the Pentateuch 

of Moses.) 
Welch, A. C. Isaiah. (In his Relirion of 

Israel under the kingdom.) (Kerr lect.) 

Jeremiah. 
Bewer, J. A. Exegetical notes on Jeremiah. 

(In Essays publ. as a testimonial to C. A. 

BriggsO 
Brown, C. R. Book of the prophet Jeremiah. 

C1907. (Amer. Com., O. T.) 
Driver, S. R. Jeremiah; revised translation, 

with introductions and short explanations. 

1906. 
Gillies, J. R. Jeremiah, the man and his 

message. 1907. 



BiBLB. O. T. Exekiel. 

Guthrie, T. Gospel in Ezekiel. 1877. 

Daniel. 

Wright, C. H. H. Daniel and his prophecies. 
1906. 

Hosea. 

Welch, A. C. Hosea. (In his Relinon of 
Israel under the kingdom.) (Kerr lect.) 

Amos. 

McFadyen, J. E. Cry for justice; a study in 
Amos. 1912. (Short course sen) 

Mitchell, H. G. Amos; an essay in exegesis. 
1000. 

Welch, A. C. Amos. (In his Religion of 
Israel under the kingdom.) (Kerr lect.) 

Jonah. 

Townsend, L. T. Story of Jonah in the light 
of higher criticism. 1897. 

Habahkuh. 

Stonehouse, G. G. V. Habakkuk; introduc- 
tion, translation and notes on the Hebrew 
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Zechariah. 

Adams, J. Man amon^ the myrtles; a 
study in Zechariah's visions. 19 13. 

Dods, M. Visions of a prophet. 1895. 

Wright, C. H. H. Zechariah and his prophe- 
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BiBLB. O. T. Apocrypha. 

The Apocrypha according to the authorized 
version. N. Y. Nelson. 

Ecclesiastical or deutero-canonical books of 
the Old Testament commonlv called the 
Apocrypha; ed. by C. J. Ball. LxHid. 
Eyre. (Variorum Apocrypha.) 

Gregg, D. Old Testament Apooypha as the 
book of the period between the Testaments. 
(In his Between the Testaments.) 1907. 

Jackson, A. V. W. Notes on two passaees 
in the Old Testament, Apocrypha. (In 
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Wace, H., ed. Apocrypha. [Commentary.] 
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EcclesiasticHS. 

Oesterley, W. O. E. Ecclesiasticus, with 
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■Maccahees. 

Fairweather, W., and Black, J. S. First book 
of Maccabees with introduction and notes. 
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Bible. O. T. Psbudbpigrapha. 

Apocalypse of Banich; tr. from the Syriac; 
ed., with introduction, notes and indices, by 
R. H. Charles. Lond. Black. 1896. 

Ascension of Isaiah, tr. from the Ethiopic 
version . . . ed. with introduction, notes 
and indices by R. H. Charles. Lond. 
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BiBLB. O. T. PsBUDBPiGRAPHA — Continued. 

Assumption of Moses, tr. from the Latin . . . 
ed. with introduction, notes and indices by 
R, H. Charles. Lond. Black. 1807. 

Book of Enoch, tr. from^ Prof. Dilimann's 
Ethiopic text; ed. with introduction, notes, 
appendices and indices by R. H. Charles. 
Chford. Clarendon press. 1893. 

Book of Jubilees, on The Little Cenesis; tr. 
from the editor's Ethiopic text and edited, 
with introduction, notes and indices, by 
R. H. Charles. Lond. Black. 1902. 

Book of the secrets of Enoch; tr. from the 
Slavonic by W. R. Morfill. and ed., with 
introduction, notes and indices, by R. H. 
Charles. Oxford. Clarendon press. 1896. 

Book of Wisdom; the Greek text, the Vulgate, 
and the authorised Engl, version, with an 
introduction, critical apparatus and com- 
mentarv. Oxford. Clarendon press. 1881. 

Odes and Psalms of Solomon now first publ. 
from the Syriac version by J. Rendel Harris. 
Camb. [Eng.l. Univ. press. 1909. 

Psalms of the Pharisees commonly called the 
Psalms of Solomon; ed., with introduction. 
En^l. translation, notes, appenaix and 
indices by H. E. Ryle and M. R. James. 
Camb. [Eng.]. Univ. press. 1891. 

Sibylline oracfes. The; tr. from the Greek into 
English blank verse by M. S. Terry. N. Y. 
Hunt. 1890. 

Testaments of the twelve patriarchs, tr. from 
the editor's Greek text, and ed., with intro- 
duction, notes and indices, by R. H. Charles. 
Lond. Black. 1908. 
Bible, N. T. Modem speech New Testament : an 
idiomatic translation into everyday English 
from the text of "The resultant Greek 
Testament"; by R. F. Weymouth. Ed. 
by E. Hampden-Cook. N. Y. Baker. 
1902. 

Twentieth century New Testament: a transla- 
tion into modem English from the original 
Greek (Westcott & Hort's text) by a com- 
pany of about twenty scholars representing 
the various sections of the Christian church. 
Rev. ed. N. Y., €tc, Revell. CI904. 

Letters of St. Paul to seven churdhes and 
three friends; with the letter to the Hebrews; 
translated by Arthur S. Way. 2ded. Lond. 
Macm. 1906. 

Epistles of Paul in modem English; a para- 
phrase by George Barker Stevens. N. Y. 
Scribner. 1898. 
BiBLB, N. T. 

Works abotU the New Testament. 

Alford, H. How to study the New Testament. 
1865. 

Beet^ J. A. The New Testament; its author- 
ship, date and worth. 

Cone, O. Rich and poor in the New Testa- 
ment. 1902. 

Farrar, F. W. Messages of the books. 1885. 

Fletcher, M. S. Psychology of the New 
Testament. 2d ed. [1912.J 

Godet, F. L. Studies on the New Testament. 
1888. 

Horswell, C. Suggestions for the study of 
the English New Testament. 1897. 



BiBLB. N.T. Works about New Testatnent-'<:ont, 
Maurice, F. D. Unity of the New Testament. 

1884. 2V. 
Robinson, C. S. Studies in the New Testa- 
ment. 1880. 
^mcox, W. H. Writers of the New Testa- 
ment. 

Biograpky, 

Bacon. D. F. Lives of the apostles of Jesus 
Christ. 1846. 

Greenhough, J. G. Apostles of our Lord. 
1904. 

Greenwood, F. W. J. Lives of the twelve 
apostles. 1868. 

Matheson, G. Representative men of the 
New Testament. 1905. 

ContenU: I. IntroducUon. — II. John the ex- 
panded.— III. John the telf-rarrendered. — IV. 
NathAnael the mvifontted. — V. Peter the em- 
boldened. — VI. Nioodemut the Instructed. ~ VII. 
Thomas the convinced. — VIII. Philip the dis- 
illusioned. — IX. Matthew the exalted. — X. 
Zaccheus the consdous-struck. — XI. James the 
softened. — XII. Barnabas the chastened. — XIII. 
Mark the steadied. — XIV. Cornelius the trans- 
planted.— XV. Timothy the disciplined. — XVI. 
Paul the illuminated. 

Milligan, G., and others. Men of the New 
Testament. 

Contents: 1-4. The four evanfelists; by G. MU- 
ligan. — 5. Herod the GreatTby T. R. Williams. 
— 6. John the Baptist: by J. O. Greenhough.— 
7. Andrew: by J. G. Greenhough. — 8. Nathanacl; 
by A. Rowland. — 9> St. Peter; by W. F. Adeney. 
— 10. Nicodemus: by J. G. Greenhough. — 11. &. 
James the son of Zebedee; by W. F. Adeney. — 12. 
Bartinueus; by D. Rowlands. — 13. Zaccheus; 
by J. G. Greenhough. — 14. Lasarus; by T. R. 



Williams.— 15. Judas Iscariot; by P. C. Simpvin. 
— 16. St. Thomas; by W. F. Adeney. — 17. James 
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x8. Stephen; by A. Rowland. — xo. Cornelias; 
by G. Milligan. — so. St. Paul; by G. Milligan. — 
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and how they came to Jerusalem. 1873. 
Su also Individual biographies. 

Canon. 

Charteris, A. H. Canonidty; a collection of 
earlv testimonies to the canonical books 
of the New Testament. 

Cone, O. Sketch of the history of the New 
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Ferris, G. H. Formation of the New Testa- 
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Gregory, C. K. Canon and text of the New 
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Moore, E. C. The New Testament in the 
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Souter, A. Text and canon of the New 
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Vedder, H. C. Our New Testament: how 
did we get it? 1908. 

Commentaries, 

Abbott, L. Illustrated commentaries. [N.T.] 
1876-88. 5v. 

ContenU: I. Matthew. — II. Mark and Luke.— 
III. John. — IV. Acts. — V. Romans. 

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BiBLB. N. T. Commentaries — Continued. 

Mi^tthew; Broadus, J. A. 

Mark; Clarke, W. N. 

Luke; Bliss, G. R. 

John; Hovey, A. 

Acts; Hackett, H. B. 

Romans; Arnold, A. N., and Ford, D. B. 

Corinthians I & II; Gould, E. P. 

Pastofal epistles, Timothy and Titus, 
Philemon; Harvey, H. 

Hebrews; Kendrick, A. C. 

James; Winkler, E. T. 

Revelation; Smith, J. A. 
Cambridge Greek Testament for schools 
and colleges. General editors, J. J. S. 
Perowne [and others]. 1893-1910. 17V. 

Greek text, EngUdi notee and intiodactioBf. 

Matthew; Carr, A. 
Mark; Maclear, G. F. 
Luke; Farrar, F. W. 
John; Plummer, A. 
Acts; Lumby, J. R. 
Romans; Parry, R. S. 
First Corinthians; Lias, J. J. 
Second Corinthians; Plummer, A. 
Galatians; Williams, A. L. 
PhiUppians; Moule, H. G. C. 
Colossians and Philemon; >\^liams, A. L. 
Thessalontans; Findlay, G. G. 
Pastoral emstles; Bernard, J. H. 
Hebrews; Farrar, F. W. 
James; Carr, A. 
Epistles of John; Plummer, A. 
Revelation; Simcox, W. H. 
Handy commentary, ed. by C. J. Ellicott. 
13V. 

I. Introduction to the N. T«f 
Plumptre, E. H. 
Il-rV. Matthew-Luke; Plumptre, E. H. 
V. John; Watkins, H. W. 
VI. AcU; Plumptre, E. H. 
VII. Romans; Sanday, W. 
VUI. I. First Corinthians; Shore, T, 
T. 
2. Second Corinthians; Plump- 
tre, E. H. 
IX. I. Galatians; Sanday, W. 

2. Ephesians and Philippians; 
Barry, A. 
X. I. Colossians; Barrv, A. 

2. Thessalonians; Mason, A. J. 

3. Timothy; Spence, H. D. M. 
XI. I. Titus; Spence, H. D. M. 

2. Philemon; Barry, A. 

3. Hebrews; Moulton, W. F. 

4. James; Punchard, E. G. 
XII. I. Epistles of Peter; Mason, 

A. T., and Plummer, A. 

2. Epistles of John; Sinclair, 

W. M. 

3. Jude; Plummer, A. 
XIII. Revekition; Carpenter, W. B. 

International handbooks to the New Testa- 
ment; by Orello Cone [and others]. 1899- 
1907. 4v. 

I. Synoptic gospels; by G. L. Cary. 
II. Epistles of Paul to the Thessaloni- 
ans, Corinthians, Galatians, Ro- 
mans and Philippians; by J. 
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BiBLB. N. T. Commentaries — Continued. 

III. Hebrews, Colossians, Ephesians, 

and Philemon; the pastoral epis- 
tles, the epistles of Peter and 
Jude; by O. Cone. 

IV. Johannine literature and Acts; by 

H. P. Forbes. 
Meyer, H. A. W. Critical and exegetical com- 
mentary on the New Testament. From 
the German with the sanction of the author. 
1877-82. 20V. 

Matthew to Cotewfani by Meyer; TbeMakmiaafl and 
Hebrews by LQnemann : Timothy and Titua. James 
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Matthew; by David Smith. 
Mark; by S. W. Green. 
Luke; by A. E. Garvie. 
John; by H. W. Clark. 
Acts; by H. T. Andrews. 
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Captivity and pastoral epistles; by J. 

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tr. by J. S. Hill. 1909. 

Criticism (historical). 

Batiffol, P. H. Credibility of the gospel; 

tr. by G. C. H. Pollen. 1912. 
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Nash, H. S. History of the higher criticism 
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Soden, H. von. History of early Christian 
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Gary, G. L. Elements of text-criticism. 

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criticism of the New Testament. 1901. 
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manuscripts which contain it. 1875. 
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Lightfoot, J. B. Biblical essays. 1893. 
Bach one catalogued tepanteiy. For contenu sa 
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Walker, D. Gift of tongues, and other essays. 
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For contesU «m author entry. 

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See Christian ethics. 

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Ramsay, W. M. Ctdes of St. Paul. 1907. 
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Moulton, J. H. Grammar of New Testament 
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Giffot, F. E. Outlines of New TesUment 

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Reuss, E. W. E. History of the sacred 

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2V. 

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Bacon, B. W. Introduction to the New 
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Dods, M. Introduction to the New Testa- 
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Jfllicher, A. Introduction to the New Testa- 
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— Introduction to the literature of the New 
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Peake, A. S. Critical introduction to the New 
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SchafF, P. A companion to the Greek Testa- 
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Scrivener, F. H. A. Plain introduction to 
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Soden, H. von. History of early Christian 
literature: writings of the New Testament, 
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Weiss, B. Manual of introduction to the 
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2^hn, T. Introduction to the New Testa- 
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Simcox, W. H. Language of the New Testa- 
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Ball, W. E. B. (In his St. Paul and Roman 
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Weiss, B. Biblical theology of the New 
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5m al5o Gospels; Jofaiannine writings. 

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Bacon, B. W. The beginnings of gospel story; 
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Swete, H. B. Gospel according to St. Mark; 

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Maurice, F. D. Gospel of the kinp^dom of 
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Gebhardt, H. Doctrine of the Apocalypse 
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CoDtenU: I. Authorahip of the fourth sofpel: 
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fospel. (In Cambridge bibl. essays. Swete, 
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Chrvsostom, J., St. Homilies on the gospel 

of John. 1889. (Nicene and post-Nicene 

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within; study of the gospel of St. John. 

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origin stated and discussed. 1886. 
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Bible. N. T. John. — Continued. 

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Beet, J. A. Commentary on St. Paul's 
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Bruce. A. B. Epistle to the Hebrews: first 

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DuBose, W. P. High priesthood and sacri- 
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Hebrews. 1908. 
Lowrie, S. T. Explanation of the epistle to 

the Hebrews. C1884. 
Milligan, G. Theology of the epistle to the 

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Peake, A. S. Heroes and martyrs of faith; 

studies in the eleventh chapter of the 

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BiBLB. N. T. Hebrews-Continued. 
Ramsay, W. M. Date and authorship of the 

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Westcott, B. F. Epistle to the Hebrews; 

Greek text with notes and essays. 1889. 

James. 

Dale, R. W. Epistle of James, and other 
discourses. 1 8^5* 

Mayor, J. B. Epistle of St. James; Greek 
text, with introduction, notes am) com- 
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Parry, R. S. Discussion of the general epistle 
of St. James. 1903. 

Peter. 

Towett, J. H. Epistles of St. Peter. 1906. 
Mayor, J. B. Epistle of St. Jude and the 

second epistle of St. Peter; Greek text, 

with introduction, notes and comments. 

1907. 
Thomas, W. H. G. Apostle Peter; outline 

studies in his life, character and writings. 

Epistles of John. 

Augustine, St. Homilies on the first epistle of 

John. (Nicene and post-Nicene faUiers, 

1st ser., vol. VII.) 
Findlay, G. G. Fellowship in the life eternal; 

exposition of the epistles of St. John. 

1909. 
Haupt, E. First epistle of John; tr. by W. B. 

Pope. 1893. (Ckrk. For. theol. libr.) 
Law, R. Tests of life; study of the first 

epAstk of St. John. 1909. (Kerr lect.) 
Maurice, F. D. Epistles of St. John: lectures 

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Westcott, B. F. Epistles of St. John; Greek 

text with notes and essays. 1883. 
See also Johannine writings. 

Jude. 

Mayor, J. B. Epistle of St. Jude and the 
second epistle of St. Peter; Greek text, 
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Retfelation. 

Ames,^ A. H. ^ Revelation of St. John the 
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Campbell, J. L. Patmos letters applied to 
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Cumming, J. Lectures on the Apocalypse. 
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Emmett, C. W. The problem of the Apoca- 
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Reid, W. J. Lectures on the Revelation. 
1878. 

Scott, C. A. Book of Revelation. 1906. 
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Stuart, M. Commentary on the Apocalypse. 
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Swete, H. B. Apocalypse of St. John; 
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Tait, A. Messages to the seven churches of 
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chapters of the book of Revelation. 1884. 

Vaughan, C. J. Lectures on the Revelation 
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See also Johannine writings. 
Bible. N. T. Apocryphal books. 

Apocryphal books of the New Testament; 
being all the gospels, epistles, and other 
pieces now extant attributed in the first 
four centuries to Jesus Christ, his a|X>stles 
and their companions, not included in the 
authorized New Testament; and the re- 
cently discovered Syriac mss. of Pilate's 
letters to Tiberius, etc. C1890. 

Acts. 

Apocryphal acts of Paul, Peter, John, Andrew 
and Thomas, [ed.] by Bemhard Pick. 1909. 

Gospels. 

Gospel according to the Hebrews; translated 
and annotated, with a critical analysis of 
the evidence relating to it; by E. B, Nichol- 
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Gospel of Barnabas; ed. and transl. from the 
Italian ms. in the Imperial Library at 
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Harris, J. K. Popular account of the newly- 
recovered Gospel of Peter. 1893. 

Paralipomena; remains of gospels and sayings 
of Christ; by Bemhard Pick. 1908. 

Robinson, J. A., and James, M. R. Gospel 
according to Peter and the Revelation of 
Peter; two lectures on the newly recovered 
fragments, together with the Greek texts. 
18^. 

Sayings of Jesus. 

of our Lord. Discovered and edited 
. P. Grenfell and A. S. Hunt. 1897. 
E. F.) 

ayings of Jesus and frannent of a lost 
gospel from Oxyrhyncus; ed., with transla- 
tion and commentary, by B. P. Grenfell 
and A. S. Hunt. 1904. (E. E. F.) 

Bible and Babylon. KOnig, F. E. 

Bible and Islam. Smith, H. P. 

Bible and spiritual life. Pierson, A. T. 

Bible and tne monuments. Boscawen, W. S. C. 

Bible illustrations, with an introduction by Rich- 
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Bible teachings in nature. Macmillan, H. 

Bickertt6tli,B.H. Spirit of life. N.Y. Carter. 
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Bigelow, William Sturgis. Buddhism and im- 
mortality. Bost. Houghton. 1908. (In- 
gersoll lect.) 
Bigg, Cluuies. Christian Platonists of Alexan- 
dria. Oxford. Clarendon press. 1886. 
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Church's task under the Roman empire. 

Oxford. Clarendon press. 1905. 
Origins of Christianity. Oxford. Clarendon 

press. 1909. 
Spuit of Christ in common life; addresses and 
sermons. Lond. Longm. 1909. 
Biggs, Huyshe Teatman-. Lay work and the 
office of reader. Lond., etc. Longm. 1904. 
Bikelas, Demetrios. Seven essays on Christian 
Greece; tr. by John, Marquess of Bute. 
Lond. Gardner. 1890. 
BiUings, John Shaw, ed. Physiological aspects 
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Binnie, ^HUiam. The Psalms; their history, 
teachings and use. Lond. Hodder. 1886. 
Biography. Benson, A. C. Leaves of the tree. 
1911. 
Bryce, J. Studies in contemporary biography. 

1911. 

Eliot, C. W. Four American leaders. 1907. 

Hutton, R. H. Essays on some of the modem 

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Lamed, J. N. A study of greatness in men. 

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Lord, J. Beacon lights of history. [1902.] 

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New Enj^land; Preachers; Religious biog- 
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Bird, Isabella. See Bishop, Isabella L. Bird. 
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Paul of Tarsus. 191a 
Birds. Samuels, E. A. Birds of New England. 

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Birks, Thomas Rawson. Supernatural revela- 
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Creighton, L. {In her Some famous women.) 
Bishop Paddock lectures. 

1866. Philosophy of the supernatural; 

Piatt, W. H. 
1 881. Studies on the English reformation; 

WUiams, J. 
1883. Foundations of religious belief ; >A^8on, 

W. D. 
1889. Diabolology; lewett, E. H. 

1896. Conditions of our Lord's life upon 

earth; Mason, A. J. 

1897. Theological literature of the i6th, 17th, 

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1904. Adventure for God; Brent, C. H. 
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Inee, W. R. 
1907-08. High priesthood and sacrifice; Du 

Bose, W. P. 
1912. Authority of religious experience; 
Slattery, C. L. 
Bismarck-SchOnhausbn, Karl Otto Eduard 
Lbopold von, chancellor of the German 
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White, A. D. Bismarck. (In his Seven 
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Biaamif Bdwin Come. Genesis printed in colors, 
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supposed to have been compiled. With an 
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The Pentateuch: its origin and structure. 
N. Y. Scribner. 1885. 
Bizby, James Thompson. Similarities of physi- 
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Culture and restraint. N. Y. Revell. 1901. 
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Listening to God; sermons. N. Y. Revell. 

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Work. Chi. Revell. CI903. 
Black, Israel P. Practical primary plans, for 
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Black, Tohn Sutherland, and ClOTstal, George. 
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Black, Samuel Charles. Building a working: 

church. N. Y. Revell. CI911. 
Blackie, John Stuart Four phases of morals. 
N. Y. Scribner. 1878. 
Natural history of atheism. N. Y. Scribner. 
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Blaikie, William Garden. Book of Joshua. 
N. Y. Armstrong. (Expositor's Bible.) 
First and second books of Samuel. N. Y. 

Armstrong. 2v. (Expositor's Bible.) 
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Personal life of David Livingstone. N. Y. 

Revell. 
Preachers of Scotland from the sixth to the 
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Blakesiee, George Hubbard, ed, Chiiia and 
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Blavatsky* Helena Petrovna. Isis unveiled; a 
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Aryan theos. press. 1907. 
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Blewett, George John. Christian view of the 
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Bliss, Edwin MunselL Encyclopaedia of mis- 
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Bliss, Frederick Jones. Development of Pales- 
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Mound of many cities; or, Tell el Hesy ex- 
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N. Y. Scribner. 1912. (Bross lect.) 
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Bound with Clarice, W. N. Comment, on Mark. 

Bloch (Blioch); Ivan Stanislavovich. The future 
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Bloomfleld, Maunce. Religion of the Veda. 
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Vocational guidance of yrouth. Bost. Hough- 
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Blue book of missions; ed. by H. O. D wight. 
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Blue flower. Van Dyke, H. J. 



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Blvnty Lady Anne. Bedouin tribes of the Eu- 
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Bhrnty John Henry. Annotated book of common 

prayer. N. V. Young. 1888. 
Reformation of the Church of England: its 

history, principles and results. A. D. 

1514-1547. Phila. Lippincott. 1869. 
Bhinty John James. History of the Christian 

church during the first three centuries. 2d 

ed. Lond. Murray. 1857. 
Boardman, Geofge Dana. Studies in the model 

prayer. N. Y. Appleton. 1879. 
Boaxdman, George Nye. A history of New 

England theoToey. N. Y. Randolph. 1899. 
Boas, Pranz. Mind of primitive man. N. Y. 

Macm. 191 1. 
BoAZ, 0. r. character. Guthrie, T. Boaz the 

farmer. (In his Studies of character from 

the O. T.) 
Matheson, G. Boaz the kind. {In his Repre- 
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Bodingtxm, Charles. Books of devotion. Lond. 

Longm. 1903. 
BoEHifB, Jakob. Boutroux. E. E. M. (In his 

Hist, studies in philosophy.) 
Steiner, R. Weivel ana Boehme. (In his 

Mystics of the Renaissance.) 
Boethius, Anidiis Manlius Torqnatus Severinos. 

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Cooper, Lond. Dent. 1902. (Temple 

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Bogart, Bmest Ludlow. Economic history of 

the U.S. N.Y. Longm. 1908. 
Bohlen lectures. 
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Evidential value of the Acts; Howson, 



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Vorid and the wrestlers; Thompson, 
H. M. 

1905. Temporary and permanent in New 

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1906. The Samaritans; Montgomery, J. A. 

1907. The Kingdom of God; Schwab, L. H. 
1909. Prophecy and poetry; Rogers, A. 

Boise, James Robinson. Epistles of St. Paul, 
wiA explanatory notes. N. Y. Appleton.- 
1887. 
Notes, critical and explanatory, on Paul's 
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soc. of Hebrew. 1885. 

Bolen^ George Lewis. Getting a living; the 
problem of wealth and poverty — of profits, 
wages and trade unionism. N. Y. Macm. 

1903. 

Bolton, Frederick Bhner. Principles of educa- 
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Bompiani. Sophia V. Short history of the Italian 
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1910. 
Bonaparte, Napoleon. See Napoleon I. 

Bonar, Andrew Alexander. Life and remains, 
letters, lectures and poems of Robert Mur- 
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Bonar, Horatius. Hymns of faith and hope. 
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Light and truth; or, Bible thoughts and 
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Boniface, SL apostle of the Germans, Mac- 

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Vedder, H. C. Boniface: Germany evangel- 
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Bonney, Thomas George. Christian doctrines 

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Boodiny John ^f. Truth and reality; an in- 
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N. Y. Macm. 191 1. 
Book of coiiifON prayer. Benton, J. H. 

Book of common prayer; its origin and 

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Book of common prayer; the American 

prayer book, and the three revisions since 

1874, in England, Ireland and the U. S.; 

by a synodsman. 1881. 
Doane, W. C. Mosaics; or. The harmonv of 

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Humphry, W. G. Historical and explanatory 

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Book of I^han, revealed by Baha 'U'llah. 
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Books of devotion. Andrewes, L. Devotions, 

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Buckham, T. W. Whence cometh help; an 

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Connell, J. M., ^. A book of devotional 
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De Normandie, J., comp. Beauty of wis- 
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writers, for family, school and private medi- 
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Earle, A. B. The morning hour. 1880. 

Goulbum, E. M. Thoughts upon the liturgi- 
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Hogan, J. B. Daily thoughts for priests. 
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Huntington, F. D. Days of Lent: selected 
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Johnston, H. A. Studies in God s methods of 
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Jowett, J. H. The folly of unbelief, and other 
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Matheson, G. Leaves for quiet hours. I9<H* 

— Moments on the Mount: a series of devo- 
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— Rests by the river: devotional medita- 
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Spurgeon, C. H. Cheque book of the bank of 

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Tholuck. F. A. G. Hours of Christian 

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Wesley, J. Devotions for every day of the 

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Booth, Wil^Bm. founder of the Salvation army. 

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Coates, T. F. G. Prophet of the poor: the 

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Railton, G. S. Authoritative life of William 

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Bosanqttet, Bernard. Principle of individuality 

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Value and destiny of the individual. N. Y. 

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Bo8cawen, WOlkm St Chad. Bible and the 

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Bossuet, Jacques B6ni^e, bp. of Meaux, 

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Lothrop, S. K, History of the church 
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Church of Christ in Leyden chapel. Manual 
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Church of the Disciples. Memorial of the 
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Emerson, W. Historical sketch of the First 

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— West Church and its ministers; fiftieth 
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by B. J. Vos. Bost. Ginn. 1902. 
(Hdbks. on the hist, of religions. III.) 
Chants. St. Paul's cathedral chant book. 
Bidder, H. J., and Roberts, J. V. Parish 

church chant book. n. d. 
Foote, A., ed. Book of chants. 1893. 
Fox, A., and others. Cathedral psalter. 1890. 
Troutbeck, J., ed. Cathedral paragraph 

psalter, n. d. 
— and Bridge, J. F., eds. Westminster Abbey 
chant book. n. d. 



Chapman, A. T. Introduction to the Penta- 
teuch. Camb. [Eng.] Univ. press. 191 1. 
(Cambr. Bible.) 
Chapman, Edward Mortimer. Dynamic of 
Christianity; a study of the vital and 
permanent element in the Christian religion. 
Bost. Houghton. 1904. 
English literature in account with religion. 
1800-1900. Bost. Houghton. 1910. 
Chapman, J. WUbnr. Another mile, and 
other addresses. N. Y., etc. Revell. 
CI 908. 
Revival sermons. N. Y. Revell. C1911. 
S. H. Hadley of Water Street; a miracle of 
grace. N. Y., etc. Revell. ciQ06. 
Chapman, J<dm Jay. Practical agitation. N. Y. 

Scribner. 1900. 
Character. Brierley, J. Secret of living. 
1911. 
Bruce, W. S. Formation of Christian char- 
acter. 1908. 
Clark, H. W. Studies in the making of 

character. 19 10. 
Hillis, N. D. Contagion of character. C1911. 

— Great books as life-teachers: studies of 
character, real and ideal. C1899. 

Illingworth, I. R. Christian character; lec- 
tures on the elements of Christian ethics. 

Jackson, E. P. Character building. (In 

Conduct as a fine art, by N. P. oilman 

and E. P. Jackson.) 
Janes, G. M. Character through struggle. 

(In his Pilpim spirit, and other essays.) 
Lecky, W. E. H. The map of life: conduct 

and character. 1901. 
Lorimer, G. C. Messages of to-day to men of 

to-morrow. i8c^. 
Mabie, H. W. EWys on work and culture. 

1907. 
MacCunn, J. Making of character. 1910. 
Moxom, P. S. Character. (In his Aim of 

life.) 
Paget, F. Studies in the Christian character. 

1895. 

Payne, C. H. Guides and guards in character- 
building. 1883. 

Scudder, V. D. Socialism and character. 
1912. 

Sisson, E. O. Essentials of character. 191 1. 

Speer, R. E. Marks of a man; or. The 
essentials of Christian character. CI907. 
(Merrick lect.) 

Watkinson, W. L. Education of the heart. 

— Life's unexpected issues, and other papers 
on character and conduct. C1912. 

— Studies in Christian character, work and 
experience. ist-2d series. 1903. 

Watson, J. (" Ian Maclaren.") Character 
the spring of life; Character judged by its 
trend. [Two sermons.] (In his Inspira- 
tion of our faith.) 
See also Christian ethics; Conduct; Conduct 
of life; Ethics. 
Character of Jesus. Bushnell, H. 
Character of Jesus. Jefferson, C. E. 
Charities. Assoc. Charities of Boston. Di- 
rectory of the charitable and beneficent 
organizations of Boston. 1907. 
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Charity. Bosanquet, B. Principles and chief 
dangers of the administration of charity, 
(/n rhilanthropy and soda! progress.) 
Conyngton, M. How to help. 1906. 
Devine, E. T. Principles of relief. 1907. 
Tippy, W. M., ed. Socialized church. CI909. 
Uhlhom, G. Christian charity in the ancient 

church. 1883. 
See also Charities. 
Charlemagne, Roman emperor. De Quincey, 
T. Charlemagne. {In his Theological 
essays, vol. II.} 
Hodges, G. Charlemagne. (In his Saints 

and heroes.) 
Lord, J. Charlemagne. (In his Beacon 

lights of history, vol. 2.) 
Wells, C. L. Age of Charlemagne. 1901. 
(Ten epochs of church history.) 
Charies, Mrs, Elizabeth (Rtindle). Mary, the 
handmaid of the Lord. N.Y. Dodd. 1865. 
Cluulesy Robert Henry. Critical history of the 
doctrine of a future life. Lond. Black. 
189Q. (Jowett lect.) 
ed. Book of the secrets of Enoch. See Bible. 

O. T. Pseudepigrapha. 
ed. and transl. Ascension of Isaiah. See 

Bible. O. T. Pseudepigrapha. 
Apocalypse of Baruch. See Bible. O. T. 

Pseudepigrapha. 
Assumption of Moses. See Bible. O. T. 

Pseudepigrapha. 
Book of Enoch. See Bible. O. T. Pseude- 
pigrapha. 
Book of JubUees. See Bible. O. T. Pseude* 

ingrapha. 
Testaments of the twelve patriarchs. See 
Bible. O. T. Pseudepigrapha. 
Charlestown. Wyman,T. B. Genealogies and 

estates of Charlestown. 1879. 2 v. 
Charlton, Emannd C. Puritan captain. Day- 
ton (O.). Christian pub. assoc. 1908. 
Chartism. Carlyle, T. Chartism. 1840. 
Chase. Frederic Heniy. Credibility of the book 
of the Acts of the apostles. Lond. Macm. 
1902. 
Chase, Irah, ed. and transl. Work claiming 
to be the constitutions of the Holy Apostles, 
including the canons. N.Y. Appleton. 1868. 
Chase, Philander. Reminiscences. Bost. Dow. 

1848. 2V. 
Chase, Thornton. Bahai revelation. Chi. 

Bahai pub. soc. 1909. 
Chateaubriand, Francois Angnste Ren6, wicomte 
de. The martyrs; rev. transl. ed. by O. 
Wight. N.Y. Derby. 1861. 
Lord, J. Chateaubriand. (In his Beacon 
lights of history, vol. 9.) 
Chatterton-HIll, GeiMrges. Sociological value 

of Christianity. Lond. Black. 1912. 
Chaucer, Geoffrey. Lord, J. Chaucer. (In 

his Beacon lights of history, vol. 3.) 
Chatincy, Charies. Seasonable thoughts on the 
state of religion in New England. Bost. 
Eliot. 1743. 
Charles Chauncy. (In Heralds of a liberal 
faith. The prophets. Eliot, S. A., ed.) 
Chantavqiia hymnal and liturgy. N.Y. Novello. 

CI903. 
Chavasse, Pye Henry. Advice to a mother on 
the management of her children. Phila. 
Lippincott. 1873. 



Checkley, John. Slafter,E. F. John Checkley. 

1897. 2V. 
Cheetham, SamneL History of the Christian 
church. Lond. Macm. 1907. 
The mysteries, pagan and Christian. Lond. 
Macm. 1897. (Hulsean lect.) 
Cheever, Ge<Mrge BarrelL Lectures on the 
PilfiTim's progress and on the life and times 
of John Bunyan. 8th ed. N. Y. Carter. 
1856. 
Cheever, Henrv Theodore. Correspondencies 

of faith. N.Y. Randolph. C1885. 
Chekb, Sir John. Strype, J. Life of the 

learned Sir John Cheke. 1821. 
Cheney, Maiy Bushnell, ed. Life and letters 
of Horace Bushnell. N.Y. Harper. 1880. 
Cheney, William AtwelL Can we be sure of 
mortality? a law3^r's brief. N. Y. Roger. 
1910. 
Chesterton, Gilbert Keith. Ball and the cross. 
N. Y. Lane. 1909. 
Charles Dickens; a critical study. N. Y. 

Dodd. 1910. 
Heretics. N. Y. Lane. 1906. 
Orthodoxy. N. Y. Lane. 1900. 
Robert Browning. N. Y. Macm. 1908. 
What's wrong with the world? N. Y. Dodd. 
1910. 
Cheyne, Thomas Kellr. Bible problems and 
the new material for their solution. N. Y. 
Putnam. 1904. (C. t. 1.) 
Founders of Old Testament criticism. N. Y. 

Scribner. 1895. 
Hallowing of cntidsm; sermons on Elijah. 

Lond. Hodder. 1888. 
Hosea, with notes and introduction. Camb. 

ging.] Univ. press. 1887. (Cambr. 
ible.) 

Introduction to the book of Isaiah. Lond. 
Black. 1895. 

Isaiah chronologically arranged. Lond. 
Macm. 1879. 

Jeremiah, his life and times. N. Y. Ran- 
dolph, n. d. (Men of the Bible.) 

Jewish religious life after the exile. N. Y. 
Putnam. 1898. (Amer. lect. on the hist, 
of religions.) 

Job and Solomon. N.Y. Whittaker. 1889. 

Micah, with notes and introduction. Camb. 

gln^.] Univ. press. 1882. (Cambr. 
ible.) 
Oriffin and religious contents of the Psalter. 

N. Y. Whittaker. 1891. (Bamp. lect.) 
Prophecies of Isaiah; new translation, with 

commentary. Lond. Paul. 1880. 2 v. 
Psalms; new translation, with commentary. 

Lond. Paul. 1888. 
Same. Tr. from a rev. text, with notes and 

introduction. N. Y. Whittaker. 1904. 

2V. 

The two religions of Israel; with a re-examina- 
tion of the prophetic narratives and utter- 
ances. Lond. Black. 191 1. 

Chicajg;o. Vice commission. See Vice commis- 
sion of Chicago. 

Child, Lydia Maria. Beach, S. C. Lydia 
Maria Child. (In his Daughters of the 
Puritans.) 

Child and religion. Clark, F. E. The 
children and the church. 1882. 
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Hall, G. S. Religious training of children. 
(In his Educational problems, voj. I.) 

Hodges, G. Training of children in religion. 
1911. 

Tenness, K. The pilot flame. ipi3. 

Koons, W. G. The child's religious nature. 
C1903. 

Rishell, C. W. The child as God's child. 
1904. 
" A plea for the religious righu of the child." 

Stephens, T., ed,. The child and religion; 
eleven essays by H. Jones [and others]. 
1905. (C.t. 1.) 

Contents: I. The child and heredity; by H. 
Jones. — II. The child and its environment; by 
C. F. G. Masterman. — III. The child's capacity 
for religion; by G. T. Ladd.— IV. The child and 
sin; by F. R. Tennant. — V. Conversion of children; 
by J. C. Jones. — VI. Relif^us trainhig of the 
child in the Church of Engbuid: by H. H. Henson. — 
VII. Religious training of children in the free 
churches; by R. F. Horton. — VIII. Baptists and 
the children; by G. Hill. — IX. New church tndn- 
ing; by J. J. Thornton. — X. Religious training of 
children among the Jews; by A. A. Green. — Xl. 
The chUd and the Bible; by J. A. Beet. 

Child Conference for Research and Welfare. 
Proceedings, Clark University, Worcester, 
July 6-10, 190J. N. Y. Stechert. 1910. 

Child employing industries. National Child 
Labor Committee. 1910. 

Child helping societies. Hart, H. H. Pre- 
ventive treatment of neglected children. 
1910. 

Child labor. Brown. F. K. (Al Priddy, 
pseud.) Through the mill. C1911. 
Clark, D. W. American child and the 

Moloch of to-day. CI907. 
Clopper, E. N. Child labor in city streets. 

1912. 
Murphy, £. G. Problems of the present 

south. 1900. 
National child labor committee. Proceedings 
of annual conferences. 2-7. 1906-1911. 
6v. 

Contents: 1906. Child labor a menace to indostry, 
education and good citizenship. — 1907. Child labor 
and the republic. — 1908. Child labor and social 
progres s . — 1909. Child workers of the nation. — 
xpio. Child employing industries. — 191 x* Uniform 
cnild labor laws. 

Nearing, S. Child labor. (In his Social 
adjustment.) 

— Solution of the child labor problem. 
1911. 

Strong, J. (In his Studies in the gospel of 
the kingdom, 19 10.) 

Van Vorst, B. (Mrs. John Van Vorst.) Cry 
of the children: a study of child labor. 
1908. 
Child nature and child nurture. St. John, 

E. P. C1911. 
Child religion in song and story. Chamberlin, 

G. L., and Kern, M. R. 
Child study. Baldwin, J. M. Mental de- 
velopment in the child and the race. 1900. 

Chamberlain, A. F. Child; a study in the 
evolution of the man. 191 1. (Cont. scL 
ser.) 

Compayr^, G. Intellectual and moral de- 
velopment of the child. 1896. 

Hall, G. S. Educational problems. 191 1. 

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Child Study — Continued. 
Harrison, E. Study of child-nature from the 

kindergarten standpoint. 1905. 
King, I. Psychology of child devebpment. 

IQ07. 
Kirkpatrick, E. A. Fundamentals of child 

study. 191 1. 

— Individual in the making; a subjective 
view of child development, with sugges- 
tions for parents and teachers. C1911. 

Macdonald, G. Child's inheritance; its 
scientific and imaginative meaning. 1910. 

Oppenheim, N. Development 6[ the child. 
19 10. [C1898.] 

St. John, E. r. Child nature and child nur- 
ture. CIOII. 

Slattery, M. Talks with the training class, 
i^. 

Smith, T. L., ed. Aspects of child life and 
education; by G. S. Hall and some of his 
pupils. 1907. 

Taylor, A. R. Study of the child. 1910. 
(Int. educ. ser.) 

Tracy, F. Psychology of childhood. 1897. 

Wright, W. A. Moral condition and develop- 
ment of the child. C1911. 

See also Psycholc^y. 
Childhood, boyhood, youth; what is to be done? 

Tolstoi, L. N. C1899. 
Children. Adler, F. Moral instruction of 
children. 19m. 

Cabot, E. L. Ethics for children. C1910. 

Chavasse, P. H. Advice to a mother on the 
management of her children. 1873. 

Coulter, E. K. The children in the shadow. 

Forbush, W. B. The coming generation. 

1912. 
Hart, H. H. Preventive treatment of n^- 

lected children. 1910. 
Reeder, R. R. How two hundred children 

live and learn. 1910. 
Riis, J. A. Children of the poor. 1892. 

— Children of the tenements. 1903. 
Schenck, W. E. Children in heaven. C1865. 
Spargo, J. Bitter cry of the children. 

1906. 
Webb, S., and Webb, B. How to prevent 

the destitution arising from child neglect. 

(In their Prevention of destitution.) 
Wiggin. K. D. (S.) (Mrs. G. C. Riggs.) 

Children's rights; a book of nursery logic. 

C1892. 
Winterbum, F. H. Nursery ethics. ci8^5. 
See also Boys; Child and religion; Child 

labor; Child study; Girls; Juvenile courts; 

Kindergarten; Labor and laboring classes; 

Sunday schools. 
Children's courts. See Juvenile courts. 
China. Blakeslee, G. H., ed. China and the 

far East. C1910. (Clark Univ. lect.) 
Brewster, W. N. Evolution of new China. 

CI907. 
Brown, A. J. The Chinese revolution. 191 2. 

— New forces in old China. C1904. 
Brown, C. C. China in legend and story. 

1907. 
Cantlie, J. Sun Yat Sen and the awakening 

of China. CI912. 
Osgood, E. I. Breaking down Chinese walls. 

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China — Continued. 
Reinach, P. S. Intellectual and political 

currents in the far East. 19 1 1 . 
Ross, £. A. Changing Chinese. 191 1. 
Sera^nt, P. W. Great empress dowager of 

China. 191 1. 
Smithy A. H. China and America to-day; 

a study of conditions and relations. C1907. 

— Chinese characteristics. C1894. 

Yung Wing. My life in China and America. 
1909. 

China and Christianity. 
See Missions. 

Description. 

Bishop, I. L. B. {Mrs. J. F. Bishop.) The 
Yangtze valley and beyond. 1900. 2 v. 

Colquhoun, A. R. Overland to China. 1900. 

Smith, A. H. Village life in China. C1899. 

V^liams, I. R. By the great wall. CI909. 

Williams, S. W. The middle kingdom, a 
survey of the Chinese empire and its 
inhabitants. Rev. ed. 1883. 2v. 

Literature, 
Giles, H. A. History of Chinese literature. 

1901. 

Opium question. 
Martin, W. A P. The opium war.- {In his 

The awakening of China, pp. 151-162.) 
Ross, E. A. The grapple with the opium evil. 

{In his The changing Chinese.) 
Wright, H. The opium problem. {In China 

and the far East. Blakeslee, G. H., ed.) 

(Clark Univ. lect.) 

Religion. 
Giles, H. A Religions of ancient China. 

n. d. (Relinons anc. and mod.) 
Groot, J. J. M. de. Religion in China; uni- 

versism; a key to the study of Taoism and 

Confucianism. 1912. (Amer. lect. on the 

hist, of religions.) 

— Religion of the Chinese. 19 10. (Hartford- 
Lamson lect.) 

Hardwick, C. Religions of China. {In his 

Christ and other masters.) 
Johnson, S. Oriental reli^ons and their re- 
lation to universal religion: China. 1878. 
Legge, J. Religions of China. 1880. 
Ross, J. The original relip[ion of China, n. d. 
See also Buddhism; Christianity and other 
religions; Confucianism; Religions; T^ism. 
Chiiia mission year book, 191 2. Ed. by G. H. 
Bondfield. Shanghai. Christ. lit. soc. for 
China. 1912. 
Chittenden^ Hiram Martin. War or peace; a 
present duty and a future hope. Chi. 
McQurg. 191 1. 
Choatb, Rufus. Parker, E. G. Reminiscences 

of Rufus Choate. i860. 
Chocame, B. Inner life of P^ Lacordaire of 
the order of preachers, tr. by a religious of 
the same order. Dublin [Irel.]. Kelly. 1867. 
Choirs. Randall, M. Choumaster's guide to 
the selection of hymns and anthems for the 
services of the church. C1900. 
Stubbs, G. E. Choir service book. 

— Practical hints for the training of choir 
boys. CI 888. 



Christ and civilization; survey of the influence 
of the Christian religion upon the course of 
civilization; ed. by J. B. Paton [and others]. 
Lond. Nat'l council, E, F. C. 1910. 
Each essay catalogued separately uader its subject. 

Christ and criticism. Mead, C. M. 

Christ and his salvation. Bushnell, H. 

Christ and the eastern soul. Hall, C. C. 
(Barrows lect.) 

Christ and the human race. Hall, C. C. (W. B. 
Noble lect.) 

Christ and the Jewish law. Mackintosh, R. 

Christ in the Christian year and in the life of 
man. Huntington, F. D. 

Christ on Parnassus. Forsyth, P. T. 

Christ's idea of the supernatural. Denison, J. H. 

Christ's musts, and other sermons. Maclaren, 
A. 

Christian antiquities. See Church antiquities. 

Christian art and symbolism. Durandus, W. 
Symbolism of churches and church orna- 
ments; a translation of the first book of the 
Rationale divinorum offidorum, with intro- 
ductory essay by J. M. Neale and B. Webb. 
3d ed. 1906. 
Hackwood, F. W. Christ lore: being the 
legends, traditions^ myths, symbols, cus- 
toms and superstitions of the Christian 
church. 1903. 
Hulme, F. E. History, principles and prac- 
tice of symbolism in Christian art. 10 10. 
Image of the cross and lights on the altar. 

1879. 
Jameson, Mrs. A. B. (M.) Sacred and 
legendary art. Bost. Houghton. 1895. 2 v. 
Jenner, Afff . H. Christian symbolism. 1910. 

(Little books on art.) 
Lundy, J. P. Monumental Christianity; or, 
The art and symbolism of the primitive 
church. 1876. 
Waters, Mrs. C. E. (C.) Handbook of 
Christian symbols and stories of the saints 
as illustrated in art; ed. by K. E. Conway. 
C1886. 
See also Catacombs; Cathedrals; Church 
architecture; Cross; Jesus Christ in art; 
Religion and art; Rites and ceremonies; 
Saints. 

Christian biography. See Church of England; 
Religious biography; Saints. 

Christian brotherhoods. See Brotherhoods. 

Christian doctrine. See Theology. 

Christian education. See Education. 

Christian Endbavor SoaBTY. Clark, F. E. 
The children and the church, and the 
Young people's society of Christian endeavor 
as a means of bringing them together. 1 882. 
— Training the church of the future; lec- 
tures on Christian nurture with special 
reference to the Young people's society 
of Christian endeavor as a training school 
of the church. 1902. 

Christian ethics. Baker, J. , F. Bethune-. 
Christian doctrines and their ethical signi- 
ficance. {In Cambridge theological essays. 
Swete, H. B., ed.) 
Birks, T. R. Supernatural revelation; or, 
First principles of moral theology. 1879. 
Bruce, W. S. Social aspects of Christian 
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Clark. H. 

C1908. 
Doraer, I. 

1887. 
Garrod, H. 



L. Christian method of ethics. 
A. System of Christian ethics. 



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other studies in Christian euics. 1906. 
H&ring, T. von. Ethics of the Christian life; 

tr. by J. S. Hill. 1909. (Theol. transl. 

libr.) 
Hall, T. C. History of ethics within organised 

Christianitv. 1910. 

— Social solutions in the light of Christian 
ethics. C1910. 

Hopkins, M. Strength and beauty: discus- 
sions for young men. C1874. 
Hove^, A. Christian teaching and life. 1 895. 

— Studies in ethics and religion. 1892. 

Illingworth, T. R. Christian character: lec- 
tures on the elements of Christian ethics. 
1905. 

Luthardt, C. E. History of Christian ethics. 

1889. 
Martensen, H. L. Christian ethics; tr. by 

W. Affleck (and others]. 1881-1885. 3v. 

(Clark. For. theol. Ubr.) 
Matheson, G. Landmarks of New Testament 

morality. 1890. 
Maurice, F. D. Epistles of St. John; lectures 

on Christian ethics. 1890. 
Murray, J. C. Handbook of Christian ethics. 

1908. 
Ottley, R. L. Christian ethics. (In Lux 

mundi. Gore, C, ed.) 

— Christian ideas and ideals; an outline of 
Christian ethical theory. 1909. 

Paulus, C. F. Christian life; a popular treat- 
ise on Christian ethics. C1893. 

Peabody, F. G. Jesus Christ and the Chris- 
tian character. 1905. 

Robins, H. E. Ethics of the Christian life; 
or. The science of rip^ht living. 1904. 

Smith, G. B. Social idealism and the chang- 
ing theolofl[y; a study of the ethical aspects 
of Christian doctrine. 1913. (N. W. 
Taylor lect.) 

Smyth, N. Christian ethics. 1893. (Int. 
theol. libr.) 

Strong, T. B. Christian ethics. 1896. 

See also Ethics; Golden rule; Jesus Christ; 
Paul, St.; Ten conunandments. 
Christian evidences. See Apologetics. 
Christian life. Abbott, L. Seeking after 
God. C1910. 

— The temple. 1900. 

Barnes, E. Where knowledge fails. 1907. 

(Art of life series.) 
Beecher, H. W. Scope and function of a 

Christian life. 1870. (/fiAif Sermons, 2d ser.) 
Bowne, B. P. Christian life. 1899. 
Brent, C. H. Sixth sense. 191 1. 
Brett, J. Love's ascent. 1912. 
Bridgman, H. A. Steps Christward: counsel 

for young Christians. 1903. 
Brierley, J. Our City of God. 1907. 

— Oureelves and the universe. 1902. 

— Problems of living. (1903]. 

Clarke, J. F. Go up higher; or. Religion in 

common life. C1877. 
Dale, R. W. Laws of Christ for common life. 

1896. 



Christian life — Continued. 
Dewhurst, F. E. Losing and finding of life. 

Dickinson, C. A. The indwelling God; for 
power, for character, for service. 1898. 

Dods, M. How to become like Christ, and 
other papers. 1897. 

— Why be a Christian? 1896. 
Gladden, W. Being a Christian. C1910. 
Gordon, A. J. In Christ; or. The believer'a 

union with his Lord. 1872. 

— Twofold life. 1884. 

Gordon, S. D. Quiet talks on power. New 
and rev. ed. 1903. 

Grenfell, W. T. What life means to me. 
C1910. 

Harper, W. H. Religion and the higher life. 
1904. 

Hermann, N. Brother Lawrence. ci89^. 

Herrmann, W. Communion of the Chnsttan 
with God. 2d Engl. ed. Tr. by J. S. 
Stanyon; rev. by R. W. Stewart. (C. 
1. 1.) 

Hopkins, E.H. Holy life. 

Jefferson, C. E. Doctrine and deed: seven- 
teen sermons. [1901.] 

Johnson, E. H. Highest life; a stcvy of 
shortcomings and a goal, including a friendly 
analysis of the Keswick movement. IQOI. 

Kelman, J. Ephemera etemitatis; short 
studies in life here and hereafter, arranged 
for the Sundays of the Christian year. 
[191 1.) 

Kimball, J. W. How to see Jesus with ful- 
ness of joy and peace. 1880. 

King, H. C. Religion as life. 1913. 

Law, W. Serious call to a devout and holy 
life. 1818. 

Lawson, J. G. Deeper experiences of famous 
Christians. CI911. 

Macfarland, C. S. The spirit Christlike. 

MahajQ, A. T. Harvest within. 1909. 
Mallalieu, W. F. Fulness of the blessing of 

the gospel of Christ. 1903. 
Martineau, J. Endeavors after the Christian 

life. 1881. 
Meyer, F. B. Light on life's duties. C189S. 
Miller, J. R. Finding the way. 1904* 
Murray. A. Be perfect! 

— Holy in Chnst. 

— Like Christ. 

Newton, J. F. Eternal Christ. CI912. 
Peabody, A. P. Christian belief and life. 

1875. 

Pearse, M. G. Some aspects of the blessed 
Ufe. 

Peck, G. B. Throne-life. 1888. 

Peploe, H. W. Webb-. Victorious life; 
addresses at East Northfield. C1896. 

Philip, J. Liehts and shadows of human life. 

Potter, R. H. Common faith of common 
men. C1912. 

Schofieki, A. T. Christian sanity. 1908. 

Scudder, D. Passion for reality. C1910. 

Smithj H. W. (Mrs, Pearsall Smith.) Liv- 
ing m the sunshine. C1906. 

Speer, R. E. Master of the heart. C1908. 

Stalker, J. Imago Christi; example of Christ. 
C1889. 

Steele, D. Love enthroned. C1875. 



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Stocky E., ed. Master's guide for his disciples. 

' 1894. 
Strong, J. My religion in everyday life. 

1910. 
Tauler, J. The following of Christ; done 

into English by J. R. Morell. 1886. 
Taylor, J. Holy living and dying. New ed. 

1850. (Bohn s stendard libr.) 
Some. (In his Whole works, vol. I [pt. i].) 

— Rule and exercises of holy living. New 
ed. n. d. 

Same. (In kis Whole works, vol. I (pt. 3].) 
Thomas k Kempis. Imitation of Christ; tr. 

by John Payne, with introductory essay by 

lliomas Chalmers. 1846. 
Upham, T. C. The life of faith. 1852. 

— Principles of the interior or hidden life ; for 
the consideration of those who are seeking 
assurance of faith and perfect love. 3d eo. 

1845. 
Vance, J. I. Tendency. C1910. 
Wagner, C. The better way; tr. by M. L. 

Hendee. 1903. 

— By the fireside. 1904. 

— The simple life; tr. by M. L. Hendee; 
with introduction and biographical sketch 
by Grace King. [13th ed.] 1903. 

Walpole, G. H. S. \1tal religion. 1910. 
Warner, H. E. Psychology of the Christian 

life. CI910. 
See also Books of devotion; Conduct of life; 

Conversion; Prayer; Religious education; 

Revivab. 
Christian life and belief. Garvie, A. E. 
Christian life in Germany. Williams, E. F. 
Christian life in the pnmitive church. Dob- 

achOtZf E. von. 
Christian life, social and individual. Bayne, P. 
Christian literature. See Early Christian litera- 
ture. 
Christian ministry. See Ministry, Office and 

work of. 
Christiaii movement in Japan. Yokohama, 

eU. 1903-1912. 9v. 

A terlet of miitioiiary year books edited by D. C. 

Greene and oChen. 4th annual issue (1906) lacking. 

Christian mysticism. Fleming, W. K. Mysti- 
cism in Christianity. 1913. (Libr. of 
historic theology.) 

Hflgel, F., Baron von. Mystical element of 
religion as studied in St. Catherine of 
Genoa and her friends. 1908. 2v. 

Inge, W. R. Christian mysticism. 1899. 
(Eamp. lect.) 

Law, W. Liberal and mystical writings. 
1908. 

Newton, J. F. The eternal Christ: studies in 
the liife of vision and service. 191 3. 

Scott, W. M. Aspects of Christian mystidsm. 
1907. 

Tauler, J. Following of Christ; done into 
Elfish by T. R. Morell. 1886. 

— Twenty-five sermons. (/» Winkworth, S., 
tr. History and life of Doctor John Tauler.) 

Theologia Germanica; tr. by S. Winkworth. 

1857. 
Tulloch.J. Henry More — Christian theosophy 
and mvsticism. (In his Rational theolo^ 
and Christian philosophy in England in 
the 17th century, vol. II, chap. V.) 



Christian mysticism — Continued. 

Underbill, E. The mystic way: a psycho- 
logical stud^ in Christian origins. 1913. 

See also Mysticism. 
Christian pbrfbction. Law, W. Pracdcal 
treatise on Christian perfection. 1901. 

Mudge, J. The perfect life in experience and 
doctrine. 191 1. 

Steele, D. Love enthroned: essays on evan- 
gelical perfection, nth thousand. 1875. 

Wesley, J. Christian perfection. 1845. 

Same. n. d. 
Christian persecutions. See Persecution. 
Christian science. Brown, C. R. The pros 
and cons of Christian science. (In his 
Faith and health.) 

Buckley, J. M. Cnristian science and other 
superstitions. 1899. 

Edd^r, Mrs. M. B. (G.) Miscellaneous 
writings. 1807. 

— Science and health, with key to the Scrip- 
tures. 1900. 

— Unity of good and unreality of evil. 1888. 
Gestefeld, U. N. Builder and the plan. 1901 . 
Gilford, O. P., and others. Christian science. 

(In Theoloey at the dawn of the twentieth 

century. Momm, J. V.j ed.) 
Haldeman, I. M. Christian sdence in the 

light of Holy Scripture. C1909. 
Hart, H. M. Way that seemeth right. 1897. 
Lambert, L. A. Christian science before the 

bar of reason. Ed. by A. S. Quinlan. 1908. 
Milmine, G. Life of Mary Baker G. Eddy. 

1909. 
[Paget, S.] The faith and works of Christian 

science. By the writer of ' Confessio medici.' 

1909. 
Peabody, F. W. Religio-medical masquerade. 

C1910. 
Powell, L. P. Christian science; the faith and 

its founder. 1907. 
Stur^, M. C. Truth and error of Christian 

science. 1903. 
Whitehead, J. Illusions of Christian science. 

1907. 
Whitney, Mrs. A. D. T. Integrity of Chris- 

tian science. 1900. 
Wilbur, S. Life of Mary Baker Eddy. ci^. 
Woodbury, J. C. Christian science voices. 

ChristiAn science hymnal. Bost. Christ, sci. 
pub. soc 1904. 

Christian socialism. See Socialism. 

Christian sociology. See Sociolo^. 

Christian symbolism. See Christian art and 
symbolism. 

Chrisoaiij Theodore. Other sheep I have. 
N. Y. Putnam. 191 1. 

Christian unity. See Cfhurch unity. 

Christian worship. See Worship. 

Christianity. Abbott, L. Evolution of Chris- 
tianity. 2d ed. 18^3. ' 
Addis, W. E. Christianity and the Roman 

empire. 1893. 
Allen, A. V. G. Christian institutions. 1897. 

(Int. theol. libr.) 
Ballou, A. Primitive Christianity and iu 

corruptions; discourses, 1869-72. 3 v. 
Bartlet, J. V. The Christian ideal as realized 
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Christianity— Continued. 

Barton, G. A. Heart of the Christian mes- 
sage. New ed. 1012. 

Batten, L. W. Is Christianity founded upon 
a book or upon a person? (In Theology 
at the dawn of tne twentieth century. 
Morgan, J. V., ed.) 

Bigg, C. Origins of Christianity; ed. by T. B. 
Strong. 1909 

Bowne, B. P. Studies in Christianity. 1909. 

Brace, C. L. G^ta Christi; or, A history of 
human progress under Christianity. 4th 
ed. 1882. 

Brown, W. A. Essence of Christianity; a 
study in the history of definition. 1^03. 

Caird, J. Fundamental ideas of Christianity. 
1899. 2v. (Gifford lect.) 

Chapman, E. M. The d^rnamic of Christian- 
ity; a study of the vital and permanent 
element in the Christian religion. 1904. 

Clarke, W. N. What shall we think of 
Christianity? 1899. (Levering lect., Johns 
Hopkins Univ.) 

Clemen, C. C. Primitive Christianity and 
its non- Jewish sources; tr. by R. G. Nisbet. 
1912. 

Conybeare, F. C. Myth, magic and morals; 
a study of Christian origins. 191 1. 

Coquerel, A. J. First historical transforma- 
tions of Christianity. From the French, 
by E. P. Evans. 1867. 

Cremer, H. Reply to Hamack on the essence 
of Christianity. 1903. 

Cushman, H. E. Wnat is Christianity? 
1904. (Russell lect.) 

Cutten, G. B. The psychological phenomena 
of Christianity. 1908. 

Deissman, G. A. Bible studies; contribu- 
tions from papyri and inscriptions to the 
history of the language, the literature and 
the religion of Hellenistic Judaism and 
primitive Christianity. 1903. 

Dennis, J. S. Social influence of Christianity 
as illustrated by modem missions. (In 
Christ and civilization. Paton, J. B., and 
other s, eds.) 

Dorchester, D. Problem of religious progress. 
Rev. ed. C1900. 

Drummond, J. Via, Veritas, vita; lectures on 
" Christianity in its most simple and 
intelligible form." 1894. (Hibbert lect.) 

Edghill, E. E. Revelation 0^ the Son of God; 
some questions and conaderations arising 
out of a study of second century Christian- 
ity. 191 1. (Hulsean lect.) 

Fairbaim, A. M. Philosophy of the Christian 
religion. 1902. ^ 

— Religion m history and in modem life. 

X893. 
Farrar, F. W. Early days of Christianity. 

1882. 2V. 
Faunce, W. H. P. What does Christianity 

mean? C1912. (Cole lect.) 
Figgis, J. N. Civilisation at the cross roads. 

1912. 
Fisher, G. P. Beginnings of Christianity. 

1894. 
Fremantle, W. H. Natural Christianity. 

1911. 
Frothingham, O. B. Cradle of the Christ; 

a study in primitive Christianity. 1877. 



Christianity — Continued. 
Gardner, P. Growth of Christianity. 1907. 
Gardner, W. E. History of Christianity 

from St. Paul to Bishop Brooks. 1902. 
Gibbons, J., card. Our Christian heritage. 

1889. 
Gilbert. G. H. Revelation of Jesus; a study 

of the primary sources of Christianity. 

1899. 
Gilbert, L. Dynanuc Christianity. C1912. 
Gordon, G. A. New epoch for faith. 1901. 
Grant, P. S. Socialism and Christianity. 1910. 
Guizot, F. P. G. Meditations on the actual 

state of Christianity. 
Hall, C. C. Universal elements of the 

Christian relinon. ci^5. (Cole lect.) 
Harnack, A. Christiamty and history; tr. 

by T. B. Saunders. 2d ed. 1900. 
-^ Mission and expansion of Christianity in 

the first three centiuies; tr. and ed. by 

James Moffatt. 1904-5. 2v. (Theoi. 

transl. libr.) 
Same. 2d ed. 1908. 
— What is Christianity? Tr. by T. B. 

Saunders. 2d ed. 1901. 

Authorised Amer. ed.. repr. from tbe Tbeol. tnuuL 
libr. 

Harrison, A. J. Problems of Christianity 
and scepticism. 1891. 

Harrison, F. Christianity at the end of the 
nineteenth century. (In Theology at the 
dawn of the twentieth century. Morgan, 
J.V.,«/.) 

Haw, G., ed. Christianity and the working 
classes. 1906. 

Haweis, H. R. Character of Christianity; 
Ethics of Christianity. (In his Sermons, 
pp. 66-117.) 

Hickman, P. H. The sacerdotal conception 
of Christianity. (In Theolosy at the dawn 
of the twentieth century. Morgan, J. V., 
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Hill, D. J. Social influence of Christianity. 
1888. 

Hodges, G. Christianity between Sundays. 
C1892. 

Hort, F. J. A. Judaistic Christianity. 1894, 

Jones, H. Christianity and its competitors. 
(In Theologv at the dawn of the twentieth 
century. Morgan, J. V., ed.) 

King, H. C. Letters on the ^jeatness and 
simplicity of the Christian faith. 1909. 

Lewis, A. H. Paganism surviving in Chris- 
tianity. 1892. 

Loisy, A. The gospel and the church; tr. 
by C. Home. 1904. 

Lonmer, G. C. Christianity in the nineteenth 
century. 1900. (Lowell Inst, lect.) 

McCabe, J. Bible in Europe. 1907. 

McComb, S. Christianity and the modem 
mind. 1910. 

McConnell, S. D. Christianity: an inter- 
pretation. 1912. 

McKenzie, A. Divine force in the life of the 
world. 1898. (Lowell Inst, lect.) 

Mackenzie, W. D. The final faith. 1910. 

Mackintosh, W. Natural history of the 
Christian religion. 1894. 

Matheson, G. Growth of the spirit of Chris- 
tianity from the first century to the dawn 
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Chustianity — Continued. 

Mathews, S. Gospel and the modern man. 
1910. 

Momerie, A. W. Defects of modern Chris- 
tianity; sermons. 1888. 

Muir, P. M. Modern substitutes for 
Christianity. 1909. (Baird lect.) 

Newman, J. H. Primitive Christianity. (In 
his Historical sketches, vol. I.) 

Orr, J. Faith of a modem Christian. 

— Neglected factors in the study of the 
early progress of Christianity. 1899. 

Peake, A. S. Christianity: its nature and 

its truth. [1009.] 
Peile, J. H. F. Reproach of the gospel: 

an inquiry into the apparent failure of 

Christianity as a general rule <A life and 

conduct. 1907. (Bamp. lect.) 
Peters, J. P. Modem Christianity. 1909. 
Pfleiderer, O. Christian ori^ns. 1906. 

— Development of Christianity. 1910. 

— Primitive Christianity; its writings and 
teachings in their historical connections. 
1906-1911. Vols. I-IV. (TheoL transl. libr.) 

Pres8ens6, E. D. de. Ancient world and 
Christianity; tr. by A. H. Holmden. n. d. 

Priestley, J. History of the corruptions of 
Christianity. 1797. 2v. in i. 

Recent Christian progress; studies in Chris- 
tian thought and work during the last 
seventy-five years. By professors and 
alunmi of Hsutford Theological Seminary, 
in celebration of its seventy-fifth anniver- 
sary. Ed. by L. B. Paton. 1909. 
Contents: I. Preliminary ttudlM. — II. Old Tes- 
tament. — III. New Testament. -^ IV. Church his- 
tory.— V. Systematic theology. — VI. The modem 
churches. — VII. Church work. — VIII. Allied 
agoides. — IX. Home missfams. — X. Foreisn mis- 



Religion of Christ in the twentieth century. 

1906. (C. t. 1.) 
Renan, E. Hibbert conferences. (In his 

Engl, conferences; tr. by C. E. Clement.) 

As follows: 
I. Sense in which Clirlstianity is a Roman work. 
II. Legend of the Roman church. — Peter and Paul. 

III. Rome, centre of the formation of ecclesiastical 

authority. 

IV. Rome, capital of Catholicism. 

Row, C. A. Apostolical Christianity: its 
history and development, n. d. 

— Revelation and modem theology con- 
trasted; or. The simplicity of the apostolic 
gospel demonstrated. 1883. 

Royce,J. Problem of Christianity. 2v. 1913. 

— What is vital in Christiamty? (In his 
Wi\\i3.m James, and other essays.) 

Salmon, G. Non-miraculous Christianity. 
[Sermon.! 1881. 

Schmidt, C. G. A. Social results of early 
Christianity; tr. by M. Thorpe. 1885. 

Shakspeare. C. Paganism ana Christianity. 
[Sermon.] (In his St. Paul at Athens; 
sermons.) 

Smith, S.G. Democracy and the church. I^I3. 

Smith, W. B. Ecce Cfeus: studies of prmii- 
tive Christianity. [1912.] 

Stanley, A. P. Christian institutions. 1881. 

Stimson, H. A., and CranCj^ F. The funda- 
mental conception in Christianity. (In 
Theology at the dawn of the twentieth 
century. Morgan, J. V., ed,) 



Christianitt— Continued. 
Strong, J. The new era; or. The coming 

kingdom. 1893. 
Tait, A. J. Christ and the nations; an 

examination of Old and New Testament 

teaching. 19 10. 
Talbot, N. S. The modem situation. (In 

Foundations: by seven Oxford men.) 
Uhlhom, G. Conflict of Christianity with 

heathenism; tr. from 3d Germ. ed. by 

E. C. Smyth and J. H. Ropes. 1879. 
Vedder, H. C. Dawn of Christianity. CI894. 
Wernle, P. Beginnings of Christianity. 1903. 

2V. 

Whately, R. General view of the rise, prog- 
ress and corruptions of Christianity. 1 860. 
Williams, C. D. A valid Christianity for 

tOKlay. 1909. 
Williams, E. F. Christian life in Germany as 

seen in the state and the church. C1896. 
See also Bible; Church history; God; Jesus 
Christ; Miracles; Missions; Philosophy 
of religion; Protestantism; Religion; Sc^s; 
Teaching of the twelve apostles; Theology: 
also all names of churches, and all headings 
beginning with Christian, Christianity and 
church, and all heading under them; 
also Preparation for Christianity. 
Christianitt and evolution. Beecher, H. W. 
Evolution and religion; sermons. 1885. 
2v. in I. 
I. Bearings of the evolutionary philosophy on the 
fundamental doctrines of evangHica! Chris- 
tianity. 
II. Application of the evolutionary principles and 
theories to the practical aapecta of religious 
life. 

Christianity AND HBATHBNiSM. Wameck,J.L. 
The livii^: Christ and the dying heathenism; 
the experiences of a missionaiy in animistic 
heathendom; tr. by Neil Buchanan. [1009.] 

Christianity and other religions. Aiken, 
C. F. The Dhamma of Gotama the 
Buddha and the gospel of Jesus Christ; 
a critical inquiry into the alleged relations 
of Buddhism with primitive Christianity. 
1900. 
Barrows, T. H. Christian conquest of Asia. 
1899. (Morse lect. 1898.) 

Contents: I. Christianity and Judaism. — II. Cross 
and crescent in Asia. — III. Observations on popular 
Hhiduism. — IV. Philosophic Hhiduism. — V. Some 
difficulties in the Hhidu mind in regard to Christian- 
ity.— VI. Christianity and Buddhism. — VII. Con- 
fucianism and the awakening of China. — VIII. 
Success of Asiatic missfams. 

— Christianity the world-religion; lectures 
delivered in India and Japan. 1897. 

Becker, C.H. Christianity and Islam. 1909. 

Carpenter, J. E. Place of Christianity among 
the religions of the world. 2d ed. 191 1. 

Dods, M. Mohammed, Buddha, Christ. 1893. 

EUinwood, F. F. Oriental religions and Chris- 
tianity. 3d ed. 1899. (Ely lect.) 

Contents: I. Need of understanding the ftdse 
religions. — 11. Methods of the early Christian 
church in dealing with heathenism. — III. Succes- 
sive developments of Hinduism. — IV. TheBhagavad 
Gita and the N. T. ~ V. Buddhism and Christianity. 
— VI. Mohammedanism past and present. — VIl. 
Traces of a primitive monotheism. — VIII. Trib- 
utes of heathen systems to the doctrines of the 
Bible. — IX. Ethical tendencies of the eastern and 
western philosophies. — X. Divine supremacy of 
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Grant, G. M. Religions of the world in rela- 
tion to Christianity, n. d. (Guild text books.) 

Hall, C. C. Christ and the Eastern soul; 
the witness of the oriental consciousness to 
Jesus Christ. 1909. (Barrows lect.) 

Hardwick, C. Chnst and other masters. 1874. 

Kellogg, S. H. Light of Asia and the Light of 
the world; a comparison of the legend, 
doctrine, and ethics of the Buddha with the 
story, doctrine, and ethics of Christ. 1885. 

Lloyd, A. S. Christianity and the religions. 
C1909. 

Maurice, F. D. Religions of the world and 
their relations to Christianity. 1886. 

Mylne, L. G. ** The hidden riches of secret 
places: " the possible service of Hinduism to 
the collective thought of the church. {In 
Mankind and the church. Montgomery, 
H. H., ed.) 

R4man&than, P. Culture of the soul among 
western nations. 1906. 

Richards, E. H., and others. Religions of 
mission fields as viewed by Protestant 
missionaries. 1905. 

Contents: I. Religion of the ^African, fay E. H. 
Richards. — II. Shinto, the way of the Gods, by 
J. H. De Foxest.— III. Hhiduism. by C. A. R. 
Janvier. — IV. Buddhism in southern Ajia, by J. N. 
CusUng. — V. Buddhism in Japan, by A. D. Gring. 
— VlTTaoism, by H. C. Du Bose. — VII. Con- 
fucianism, by D. Z. Sheffield. — VIII. Judaism, 
by L. Meyer. — IX. Mohammedanism, by S. M. 
Zwemer. — X. Roman Catholicism, by G. B. 
Wfaiton. 

Speer, R. E. Light of the world; a brief 
comparative study of Christianity and 
non-Christian religions. 191 1. 

Underwood, H. G. Religions of eastern Asia. 
1900. 

Contents: I. TuAam, — 11. Shhitoism. — - III. Sha- 
manism of Korea. — IV. Confucianism. — V. Bud- 
dhism. — VI. A comparison of the foregoing theisms 
with the Old and New Testaments. 

Wherry, E. W. Islam and Christianity in 

India and the far East. C1907. (Student 

lectures on missions, Princeton Theol. Sem.) 

Christianity and scepticism. Christianity 

and scepticism. CI871. 2v. (Bost. lect.) 

Harrison, A. J. Problems of Christianity and 
scepticism. 1801. 

Lambert, L. A. Notes on Ii^ersoU. 1884. 
Christianity and scibncb. EKnsmore, C. A. 
New light on the old truth. C1912. 

Leighton, G. Scientific Christianity. 1910. 

Lodge, Sir O. J. Man and the universe; 
a study of the influence of the advance in 
sdentinc knowledge upon our understand- 
ing of Christianity, ^th ed. IQ09. 

Mather, C. The Christian philosopher; a 
collection of the best discoveries in nature 
with religious improvements. 181 5. 

Matheson, G. Can the old faith live with the 
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1885. 

Peaboay, A. P. Christianity and science. 

1875- 
Rice, W. N. Christian faith in an age of 

science. 1903. 
Christianity and social questions. Abbott, 

L. Christianity and social problems. 1896. 
Brewster, C. B. Kingdom of God and 

American life. C1913. 



Holland, 
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Christianity and soqal questions — Cont'd. 
Cairns, D. S. Christianity in the modem 

world, n. d. 
Campion, W. J. H. Christianity and politics. 

{In Lux mundi. Gore, C, ed,) 
Crapsey, A. S. Religion and politics. 

ICI905.I 
Cunningham, W. Christianity and social 

questions. 1910. 
Donald, E. W. Expansion of religion. 1896. 

(Lowell Inst, lect.) 

Contents: I. Religion and talTation. ~ 11. The 
new anthropology. — III. Religion and righteona- 
neM.~IV. RelSon and hidustiialinn. — V. Reli- 
gion and todalitm. — VI. Organised religion 

Gladden, W. Applied Christianity: moral 

aspects of social questions. 1893. 
-^ Tools and the man; property and industry 

under the Christian law. 1893. 
— and others. Organized labor and capital. 
1904. (W. L. BuU kct.) 

' H. S., and others. Abreast of the 
a course of sermons on social sub- 
1894. 

H. L. Modern cities and their 
religious problems. C1887. 
Lorimer, G. C. Christianity and the social 

state. 1898. 
Stelzle. C. American social and religious 

conditions. CI912. 
Strong, J. The new era. C1893. 
Vedder, H. C. Socialism and the ethics of 

Jesus. 1913. 
Wendte, C. W., ed. Unity erf the spirit; 
proceedings and papers of the first con^;re8s 
of the National federation of religious hber- 
als, Phila., 1909. 
See also Cities; Missions; Socialism; Socio- 
logy- 
Christianity and humanity. King, T. S. 
Christianity and Islam. Becker, C. H. 
Christianity and patriotism. Tolstoy, L. N. 
Christianity in the apostolic age. Purves, G. T. 
Christianity is Christ. Thomas, W. H. G. 
Christianity's storm centre. Stelzle, C. 
Christie, H. R., ed. Gospel light; hymns and 
tunes for all occasions. Cine Standard 
pub. CO. CI 895. 
Chfittlieb, Theodor. Homiletic: lectures on 
preaching; tr. by C. H. Irwin. Edin. 
Clark. 1807. 
Protestant foreign missions: a universal 
survey; tr. by D. A. Reed. Bost. Congr. 
Publ. Soc 1890. 
Christmas. Book of Christmas; with an in- 
troduction by H. W. Mabie. 1910. 

Contents: Introduction; by H. W. Mabie.— I. 
Sim of the seaaoo. — II. Holiday aahitt and lord*. 
—In. Christmas customs and beliefs. — IV. Christ- 
mas carols. — V. Christmas day. — VI. Christmas 
hymns. — VII. Christmas revels. — VIII. When aU 
the world is Un.— IX. Christmas stories. — X. New 
Year. — XI. Twelfth night. — Epiphany. — XII. 
The Christmas spirit. 

Brent, C. H. Christmas haste. {In his 

Liberty, and other sermons.) 
Brooks, P. Christmas Eve; Christmas Day; 

Sunday after Christmas. (Three sermons.] 

{In his Sermons for the Church year.) 
Christmas-day service. (In Thoughts for the 

occasion, anniversary and religious. Noble, 

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Christiias-— Continued. 

Church, R. W. Mystery of the Incarnation; 
The three Christmas-tide festivals. [Two 
Christmas sermons.] (In his Village ser- 
mons.) 

Clarke, J. F. Joys of Christmas. [Sermons.] 
(In hts Transfiguration of life.) 

McArthur. R. S. Gloria in excelsis; Incarna- 
tion of the Word. [Two Christmas sermons.] 
(In his Advent and other sermons.) 

McConnell, F. J. Christmas sermons. 1909, 

Maurice, F. D. Christmas Day. (In his 
Christmas Day, and other sermons.) 

Momerie, A. W. Christmas-day. [Sermon.] 
(In his Defects of Christianity, and other 
sermohs.) 

— Christmas Day. [Sermon.] (In his In- 
spiration, and other sermons.) 

Morrison, G. H. A. Christmas message. 
[Sermon.] (In his The unliehted lustre.) 

Paget, F. Message of Christ^s birth. [Ser- 
mon.] (In his Studies in the Christian 
character.) 

SchaufBer, R. H., «{. Christmas; its origin, 
celebration and significance as related in 
prose and verse. IJ07. 
Christmas carols. See Carols. 
Chxistoff^ R. Zwingli; or, The rise of the 
reformation in Switzerland. Edin. Clark. 
1858. 
Christologt. Bacon, B. W. Jesus the 
Son of God; or. Primitive Christology. 
1911. 

Bradford, A. H. The return to Christ, 
ciooo. 

Gardner, P. Basis of Christology. (In his 
Modernity and the churches.) 

Gilbert, G. H. The first interf^^ters of 
Jesus. 1901. 

Loofs, F. A. What is the truth about Jesus 
Christ? 1913. 

Rawlinson, A. E. J., and Parsons, R. G. 
Interpretation of the Christ in the New 
Testament. (In Foundations: by seven 
Oxford men.) 

Sanday, W. Christologies, ancient and mod- 
em. 1910. 

Stalker, J. The Christology of Jesus; being 
his teaching concerning himself according 
to the synoptic gospels. 1899. 

Swete, H. B. The ascended Christ: a study 
in the eariiest Christian teaching. 191 o. 

Warschauer, J. Jesus: seven questions. 
IQ08. 

Weiss, J. Christ: the beginnings of dogma; 
tr. by V. D. Davis. 191 1. 

Young, J. The Life and Light of men. 1866. 

.S^ 0^ Jesus Christ; Theology. 
Christonhtrty Scmud Woolcock. Hymn-writers 
and their hymns. Lond. Partridge, 
n. d. 
Chronology. Bradford, A. New England 
chronology. 1497-1800. 1844. 

Toffteen, O. A. Ancient chronology, pt. i. 
1907. (Researches in Biblical ardueology, 
vol. I.) 
C hr y a o t to m t J<AaBn»B^ St. Homilies. Oxford. 
Parker. 1840-^3. 6v. (Library of fathers, 
of the Holy Catholic Church, (f/c.) 

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CoatenU: IX. On the priesthood: Aacetic trea- 
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Chxystal, Gtorgt. joint author. See Black, J. S., 

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Gore, C. Mission of the church. 1892. 
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Hardy, E. N. The churches and educated men ; 

a study of the relation of the church to 

makers and leaders of public opinion. 1904. 
Heermance, E. L. Democracy m the church. 

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Hort, F. J. A. The Christian ecclesia; 

lectures on the early history and early 

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Hunter, J. The coming church; a plea for a 

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McElhmney, J. J. Doctrine of the church. 

1871. 
McGiffert, A. C. Calvin's theory of the 

church. (In Essays publ. as a testimonial 

to C. A. Briggs.) 
Marsh, W. H. H. New Testament church. 

Ito8. 
Mathews, S. Church and the changing order. 

1907. 
Mott, J. R. Future leadership of the church. 

1908. 
Oman, J. Vision and authority. 1902. 
Palmer, W. Treatise on the church of Christ 

for the use of students in theology. From 

2d Lond. ed. 1841. 2v. 
Paradise, F. L The church and the individual. 

1910. 
Sadler, M. F. Church doctrine, Bible truth. 

4th ed. 1869. 
Saunon, G. Infallibility of the church. 

2d ed. 1890. 
Smith, S. G. Democracy and the church. 

1912. 
Steizle, C. Principles of successful church 

advertising. CIQ03. 
Stow, B. First things: or, Development of 

church life. 1859. 
Stuckenberg, J. H. W. The age and the 

church. C1893. 
Sturt, H. Idea of a free church. 1900. 
Temple, W. The church. (In Foundations: 

by seven Oxford men.) 
Thwing, C. F. Adjustment of the church of 

the future to the life of the futurc. (In 

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Ward, J. H. The church in modern society. 

1889. 
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1902. 
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1906. (Hdbks. of archaeology and anti- 
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development of Christian architecture. 

1902. 
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the principles of architecture in their 

relation to the church. 1906. 



Church architbcture — Continued. 
Hill, A. G. The architectural history of the 

Christian church. 1908. (Arts of the 

church.) 
Kidder, F. E. Churches and chapels; their 

arrangements, constmction and equipment. 

1910. 
Kramer, G. W. The what, how and why of 

church building. 1897. 
Martin, W. WT Manual of ecclesiasticai 

architecture. CI897. 
Talmage. J. E. House of the Lord; a study 

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1912. 
Church attendance. Carter, H. Non-church 

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reasons and remedies; a symposium, by 

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Church calendar. Seabury, S. Theory and 

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of the documents. 1B36. 
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Dudley, D. History of the first council of 

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the council oi the Vatican. (In his Discus- 
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Trent. 1896. 
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I. To the close of the Council of Nicaea. 

II. A.D. 326 to A.D. 429. 

Perdvalj H. R., ed. The seven ecumenical 
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See also Council of Trent. 
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pub. house. 1903. 
Church history. Adeney, W. F. The Greek 
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Allen, J. H. Outline of Christian history. 

A.D. 50-1880. 1889. 
Blunt, J. H. Key to the knowledge of church 

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Church universal. Ed. by W. H. Hutton. 6v. 
I. Church of the apostles; Ragg, L. 
II. Church of the fathers; Pullan, L. 

III. Church and the barbarians; Hutton, 

R.H. 

IV. Church and the empire; Medley, D. J. 
V. Age of schbm; Bmce, H. 

VI. The reformation; Whitney, J. P. 
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Duchesne, L. Churches separated from 

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Church and the Puritans; Wakeman, 

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Church and the Roman empire; Carr, A. 
Chiuxh of the early fathers; Plummer, A. 
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H. W. 
English church in the middle ages; 

Hunt. W. 
Evangelical revival, i8th century; Over-, 

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Hildebrand and his times; Stephens, 

W. R. W. 
History of the reformation in England; 

Perry, G. G. 
History of the Univ. of Cambridge; 

Mullinger, J. B. 
History of the Univ. of Oxford; Brod- 

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Church history — Continued. 

Robertson, J. C. History of the Christian- 
church from the apostolic age to the reforma- 
tion. Newed. 1874-5. 8 v. 
Schaff, P. History of the Christian church. 
1 882-1910. 7v. in 8. 

I. Apostolic Christianity. 
II. Ante-Nicene Christianity. 

III. Nicene and post-Nicene Christian 

ity. 

IV. Mediaeval Christianity. 
V. Middle ages, 

VI. Modern Christianity: German refor- 
mation. 
VII. Modern Christianity: Swiss refor- 
mation. 

Begun by Philip Scha£F and completed by his son, 
David S. Schaff. who wrote vol. V. parts 1-2. Vols. 
I-III are new ed.; vol. VII is ad ed. 

Schubert, H. von. Outlines of church his- 
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Scullard, H. H. Influence of the Christian 
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Sheldon, H. C. History of the Christian 
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Sohm, R. Outlines of church history. 1904. 

Stanley, A. P. Lectures on the history of 
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Workman, H. B. Influence of the Christian 
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See also Aw)St\es; Ananism; Bible; Catholi- 
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Creeds; Crusades; Episcopacy; Heresy; 

iews; Martyrs; Middle ages; Missions; 
4onasticism; Persecution; Protestantism; 
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gious liberty; Roman Catholic church; Sects; 
Waldenses.; also all names of churches, and 
all references under them, all headings be- 
ginning with the word apostolic, and all be- 
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of countries. 

Apostolic age, 

Headlam, A. C. Church of the apostolic 
fathers. (In his History, authority and 
theology.) 

Kip, W. I. Church of the apostles. 1877. 

Ragg, L. Church of the apostles; beine an 
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Ramsay, Sir W. M. Church in the Roman 
empire before a.d. 170. 1893. 

-^ Pictures of the apostolic age, its life and 
thought. 1910. 

Schaff, P. History of the apostolic church, 
with a general introduction to church 
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Batiffol, P. H. Primitive Catholicism; tr. 
by H. L. Brianceau from 5th Fr. ed. of 
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Bigg> C. Church's task under the Roman 

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Bright, W. Age of the fathers; being chapters 
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fourth and fifth centuries. 1903. 3 v. 

— The Roman See in the early church, and 
other studies in church history. 1896. 

Contents: I. Roman See in the early church. — 
II. St. Ambroae and the empire. — III. Alexandria 
and Chalcedon. — IV. The church and ** barbarian ** 
invadert. — V. Celtic churches in the British lalet. 
— VI. English church in the reign of Elizabeth. 

Carr, A. The church and the Roman empire. 

1887. (Epochs of church history.) 
Dobschfltz, E. von. Christian life m the prim- 
itive church; tr. by George Bremner. 1904. 
Duchesne, L. Early history of the Christian 

church from its foundation to the end of the 

third century; rendered into English from 

the fourth ed. 1909-12. 2 v. 
Duff, D. The early church; a history of 

Christianity in the first six centuries. 1S91. 
Eusebius Pamphilus, Ecclesiastical history; 

tr. from the Greek by C. F. Cruse. 1874. 

(Bohn's eccles. libr.) 
Evagrius Scholasticus, Ecclesiastical history. 

[From A.D. 431 to A.D. 594.] (In Church 

history, by Theodoret and Evagrius.) 

(Bohn's eccles. libr.) 
Glover, T. R. Conflict of religions in the 

early Roman empire. 3d ed. 1909. 
Guericke, H. E. F. Manual of church history; 

tr. by W. G. T. Shedd. First sue centuries. 

1890. 
Gwatldn, H. M. Early church history to 

A.D. a 13. 1909. 2V. 
Hamack, A. Bible reading in the early 

church; tr. by J. R. Wilkinson. 1913. 

(C. t. 1.) 
Hatch, E. Influence oi Greek ideas and 

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first six centuries of the Christian era. 
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Hurst, J. F. Short history of the eariy 
church. 1887. 

Means, S. St. Paul and the ante-Nicene 
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Merivale, C. Four lectures on epochs of 
early church history, n. d. 

Contents: I. St. Ambrose. — II. St. Augustine. — 
III. St. Leo the Great. — IV. St. Gregory. 

Milman, H. H. History of Christianity from 
the birth of Christ to the abolition of ragan- 
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Mosheim, J. L. von. Historical commentaries 
on the state of Christianity during the 
first three hundred and twenty-five years 
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Chukch histcay. Early period — Continued. 

Neander, J. A. W. History erf the planting 
and training of the Christian church by the 
apostles; tr. from the German by J. E. 
Ryland. 1865. 

Pfleiderer, O. Primitive Christianity: its 
writings and teachings in their historical 
connections; tr. by W. Montgomery. 
15H06-1911. Vols. MV. (Theol. transL 

Plummer, A. Church of the eariy fathers. 
3d ed. 1888. (Epochs of church history.) 

Pryce, J. Notes on the history of the early 
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Pullan. L. Church of the fathers: outline 
of the history of the church from a.d. 98 
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Stoughton, J. Lights and shadows of church 
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Theodoret, bp. of Cyrrhus. Ecclesiastical 
history. [From A.D. 322 to the death <rf 
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Same, (In Nicene and post- Nicene fathers, 
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Tozer, H. F. The church and the Eastern 
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Westcott, B. F. The two empires, the church 
and the world. 1909. 

Wordsworth, C. Churdi history to the council 
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Middle ages. 
Bruce, H. Age of schism: an outline of the 

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Flick, A. C. Rise of the mediaeval church. 

1909. 
Guericke, H. E. F. Manual of church history; 

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Hutton, W. H. Church and the barbarians: 

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Church history. MtddU ages — Continued. 
Hutton, W. H. Church of the sixth century: 

six chapters in ecclesiastical history. 1897. 
Lea» H. C. Studies in church history. 1869. 

Contents: Riae of the temporal power. — Benefit 

of clergy. — Bxoommimkatkm. 

Maitland, S. R. The dark ages; essays to 

illustrate the state of religion and literature 

in the ninth, tenth, eleventh, and twelfth 

centuries. 6th ed. 1890. 
Medley, D. J. Church and the empire; 

being the history of the church from a.d. 

1003 to 1304. 1910. (Church universal.) 
Poole, R. L. Wycliffe and movements for 

reform. 1889. (Epochs of church history.) 
Trench, R. C. Lectures on mediaeval church 

historv. 1878. 
Walsh, J. J. Thirteenth, greatest of centuries. 

4th ed. 1912. 
Wells, C. L. Age of Charlemagne. 1901. 

(Ten epochs of dhurch history.) 
Workman, H. B. Church of the West in the 

middle aees. 1898. 2 v. (Books for Bible 

students.) 
— Dawn of the reformation. 1902. 2 v. 
I. Age of Wyclif. 
II. Age of Hus. 

Reformatum periods 
See Reformation. 

Modem period. 

Cheetham, S. History of the Christian 
church since the reformation. 1907. 

Hacenbach, K. R. History of the church in 
the ei^teenth and nineteenth centuries; tr. 
by J. F. Hurst. 1869. 2v. 
CnxntCH LAW. Buck, E. Massachusetts eccle- 
siastical law. 1866. 

Fulton, J. Index canonum, in Greek and 
English. With a complete digest of the 
whole code of canon law in the undivided 
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Hamack, A. Constitution and law of the 
church in the first two centuries; tr. by 
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Stubbs, W. History of the canon law in 
England. (In his Lectures on mediaeval 
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See also Apostolic constitutions; Church 
councils; Church polity; Divorce; Mar- 
riage; Tithes. 
Church music. Bamby, J. Hymn tunes com- 
posed by Joseph Bamby. 1897. 

Brown, T., and Butterworth, H. Story of 
the hymns and tunes. 1906. 

Bushnell, H., and CUrk, T. M. Religious 
music: two discourses. 1852. 

Curwen, J. S. Studies m worship music 2 v. 

Dickinson, E. Music in the history of the 
Western church. 1902. 

Dykes, J. B. Hymn tunes, n. d. 
With the words. 

Humphreys, F. Landon. Evolution of church 
music. CI 896. 

KnauflF, C. W. Doctor Tucker, priest- 
musician; including a brief converse about 
the rise and progress of church music in 
America. 1897. 



Church music — Continued. 

Lorenz, E. S. Practical church music; a 
discussion of purposes, methods and plans. 
C1909. 

Lutldn, P. C. Music in the church. 1910. 
(Hale lect.) 

Pattison, T. H. Music in the public service. 
(In his Public worship.) 

Pratt, W. S. Musical ministries in the 
church. 1902. 

Stainer, Sir J. Hymn tunes composed by J. 
Stainer. 1900. 

— and Russell, VJ,,eds. Cathedral prayer 
book; being the Book of common prayer 
with the music necessary for the use of 
choirs; tether with the Canticles and 
Psalter pointed for chanting and set to ap- 
propriate chants. 1 89 1 . 

StubtNs, G. E. How to sing the choral serv- 
ice; a manual of intoning for clergjrmen. 
C1899. 

Sullivan, Sir A. Hymn tunes. 

See also Anthems; Carols; Chants; Choirs; 
Hymns; Oratorio; Plain-song. 
Church needlework. Lambert, Miss. 
(Pseud.?) Church needlework, with prac- 
tical remarks on its arrangement and prepa- 
ration. 1844. 
Church polity. Bames, A. The apostolic 
church: an inquiry into its organization 
and government. C1855. 

Coleman, L. The apostolical and primitive 
church popular in its government, and 
simple in its worship. 1844. 

Dargan, E. C. Ecclesiology: a study of the 
churches. 2d ed. 1905. 

Dexter, H. M. Church polity of the Pilgrims 
the polity of the New Testament. 1870. 

Fleming, A. Church polity: its spiritual 
grounds and Congr^;ational superstructure. 
1869. 

Hatch, E. Organization of the early Christian 
churches. 1 881. (Bamp. lect.) 

Hooker, R. Works: containing eight books 
of the laws of ecclesiastical polity, and 
other treatises. New ed. 1820. 3V. 

Same. Arr. by John Keble. 1863. 3v. 

Jacob, G. A. Ecclesiastical polity of the New 
Testament. 187 1. 

Ladd, G. T. Principles of church polity. 
1882. 

Owen, J. Introductory essay on the organisa- 
tion of the earlv church and the evolution 
of the reader. (In Harnack, A. Sources of 
the Apostolic canons, pp. viii-cxl.) 

Wellman, J. W. Church polity of the Pil- 
grims: sermon. (1857.] 

Woods, L. Lectures on church government 
containing objections to the episcopal 
scheme. 1844. 

See also Church law; Church unity. 
Churc^ reform. Barry, J. C. Ideals and 
principles of church reform, i^io. 

Foster, J. M. Reformation principles stated 
and applied. 1890. 
Chnrdi service; order for morning and evening 
worship. Bost. Wright and Potter. 1866. 
Church unity. Barry, J. C. Ideals and 
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Brown, W. A. The Christian demand for 
unity: its nature and implipitions. (In 
Essays publ. as a testimonial to C. A. 
Briggs.) 

Brown, W. M. Level plan for church union. 

I^IO. 

Christian, T. Other sheep I have; pro- 
ceedings of the Celestial commission on 
church unity. 191 1. 

Clarke, D. Oneness of the Christian church. 
1869. 

Dearmer, P. Reunion and Rome. 1910. 

DOllinger, T. J. I. von. Lectures on the 
reunion of the churches; tr. by H. N. Oxen- 
ham. 1872. 

Ffoulkes, E. S. Christendom's divisions. 
1865. 

Firth, F. J. Christian unity in effort. 1910. 

Fisher, D. W. Unification of the churches. 
1911. 

Forrester, H. Christian unity and the 
historic episcopate. 1889. 

Francis, P. J., and Jones, S. Prince of the 
apostles. 1907. 

Fremantle, W. H. World as the subject of 
redemption: being an attempt to set 
forth the functions of the church as designed 
to embrace the whole race of maiuand. 
1885. (Bamp. lect.) 

Henson, H. H. Godly union and concord; 
sermons preached in the interest of Christian 
fraternity. l^. 

— Roadtoumty. 191 1. 

Hodges, G., and others. Reunion of Christen- 
dom. (In Christ and the church; essays. 
Amer. Inst, of Christian Philosophy, VIII- 
XII.) 

Inter-church conference on federation. Inter- 
church conference on federation. New York, 
Nov. 15-21, 1905; ed. by E. B. Sanford. 
C1906. 

Kelly, H. The church and religious unity. 

1913- 

McBee, S. An eirenic itinerary; impressions 
of our tour, with addresses and papers on 
the unity of Christian churches. 191 1. 

Macfarland, C. S., ed. Christian unity at 
work; the Federal Council of the Churches 
of Christ in America in quadrennial session, 
1912. C1913. 

Maturin, B. W. Price of unity. 1912. 

Robinson, J. A. Vision of umty. 1908. 

Schaffj P. The discord and concord of 
Christendom. (In his Christ and Chris- 
tianity, pp. 202-310.) 

Spence, F. Christian reunion; a plea for 
the restoration of ** The ecclesia of God." 
1908. 

Stow, B. Christian brotherhood: a letter to 



Heman Lincoln. 18: 
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Thompson, R. E. 



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Wilson, H. A. ^ E^scopacy and unity; a 
historical inquiry into the relations between 
the Church of England and the non-epis- 
copal churches at home and abroad; from 
the reformation to the repeal of the Occa- 
sional conformiw act. 19 12. 
Church universal. Ed. by W. H. Hutton. 6v. 
See Church history. 



Cbusch work. Bu^gs, H. Yeatman-. Lay 
work and the office of reader. 1904. 
Black, S. C. Building a working church. 

CIOII. 

Gladden, W.. ed. Parish problems; hints 

and helps for the people of the churc^ues. 

C1887. 
Mead, G. W. Modem methods in church 

work. 1897. 
Miller, G. A. Problems of the town church. 

1902. 
Moorhouse, J. Church work. 1894. 
Ostrom, H. The crisis in church work. 

1908. 
See also Brotherhoods; Institutional church. 
Church and social questions. Abbott, E. H. 

The church and the worldngman. (In 

his Religious life in America.) 
Baker, R. S. The spiritual unrest. 19 10. 
Benson, E. W. Christ and his times; ad- 
dressed to the diocese oi Cantai>ury in 

his second visitation. 1889. 
[Browne. G. F.,] and others. The churdi and 

life of to-day. By the Bishop oi Bristol 

[and others]^. 1910. 
Carter, H. Church and the new age. [1912.] 
Commons, J. R. Social reform and the 

church. CI 894. 
Crawford, W. H. The church and the slum: 

a study of English Wesleyan mission halls. 

1908. 
Cutting, R. F. Church and society. 19 12. 

^Kennedy lect.) 
Fairbaim, A. M. The church and the work- 
ing classes. (In his Religion in history and 

in modem life.) 
Gladden, W. The church and modem life. 

1908. 
HilUs, N. D. Influence of Christ in modem 

life; study of the new problems of the 

church in American society. 1900. 
Holmes, J. H. Revolutionary function of the 

modem church. 1912. 
Ireland, J. The church and modem society. 

2d ed. 1897. 
Mathews, S. The church and the changing 

order. 1907. 
Methodist Federation for Social Service. 

The socialized church; addresses before 

the first national conference. Ed. by 

W. M. Tippy. 1909. 
Plantz, S. The church and the social 

problem; a study in applied Christianity. 

1906. 
Stelzle, C. The church and labor. 1910. 

(Modem relirious problems.) 
Stuckenberg, J. H. W. The age and the 

church. CI 893. 
Thompson, C. B. The churches and the 

wag^ eamers. 190^. 
Ward, H. F., ed. Sooal creed of the churches. 

C1912. 
See also Sociology. 
Church and state. Crapsey, A. S. Religion 

and politics. C1905. 
Maurice, F. D. Has the church or the 

state the power to educate the nation? 

1839. 
Noel, B. W. Essay on the union of church 

and state. 1849. 
Prall, W. The state and the chur<^. CI900. 



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Cbubch and State. England. 

Gladstone, W. E. Correspondence on church 

and religion; selected and arranged by D. 

C. Lathbury. 1910. 2v. 
Macleane, D. Our island church; sketches 

from the history of English church and 

state. 1909. 
Stanley, A. P. Essays chiefly on questions of 

church and state from 1850 to 1870. 1870. 

France. 

Galton, A. Church and state in France, 
1300-1907. 

Sabatier, P. Disestablishment in France; 
with a preface hy the translator, R. Dell, 
and the French-English text of the Separa- 
tion law, with notes. 1906. 

— An open letter to His Eminence Cardinal 
Gibbons apropos of his interview on the 
separation of church and state in France; 

tr. by J. R. Slattery. 1908. 

United States. 

Satolli, F., card. Loyalty to church and 

state. [Addresses del'd in the U. S.] 3d 

ed. 1895. 

Church and the press. See Men and Religion 

Forward Movement. Messages, vol. Vll. 

Church, Doctrine of the. See Church, The. 

Church of Christ; by a layman. (Phillips, 

T.W.] 
Church of Bnfi^d. Annotated Book of com- 
mon prayer forming a concise commentary 
on the devotional svstem of the Church of 
England; ed. by J. H. Blunt. Compen- 
dious ed., with monograph on the American 
prayer book, by S. Hart. N. Y. Young. 
1888. 

Book of common prayer together with 
the Psalter or Psalms of David. Lond. 
Baskett. 1712. 

Same. 1726. 

Book of common prayer . . . together with 
the lives of the apostles and an account of 
the original of the fasts and feasts of the 
church, etc.; by William Nicholls. 6th ed. 
Lond. Rivington. 1675. 

Bo<^ of common prayer together with the 
Psalter or Psalms of David. Oxford. 
Univ. press, n. d. 

Book of common prayer as amended by His 
Majesty King George V in council; to 
Which are prduced the forms of prayer and 
services relating to His Majesty King 
Edward VH of blessed and glorious memory. 
Oxford. Univ. press. 1910. (Com- 
memoration prayer book.) 

Student's Book of common pra^rer, with an 
historical and explanatory treatise by W. G. 
Humphry. Lond. Bell. 1869. 
Chubch op En(»«and. Arnold, M. The Church 
of England. {In his St. Paul and Protest- 
antism.) 

— Puritanism and the Church of England. 
(In his St. Paul and Protestantism.) 

Headlam, A. C. The Church of England and 
the Eastern churches. (In his History, 
authority and theology.) 



Church of England — Continued. 

Henson, H. H. The national church; essays 
on its history and constitution, and criti- 
cisms of its present administration. 1908. 

Lorimer, P. John Knox and the Church of 
England. 1875. 

Mallock, W. H. Doctrine and doctrinal dis- 
ruption; being an examination of the 
intellectual position of the Church of 
England. 1900. 

Newman, J. H. The convocation of the 
province of Canterbury. (In his Historical 
sketches, vol. HL) 

Westcott, B. F. Position and call of the 
English church. (In his Lessons from 
work.) 

See also Anglican orders; Anglicanism; 
Apostles' creed; Apostolic succession; 
Athanasian creed; Book of common prayer; 
Church and state. England; Church kw; 
Creeds; Episcopacy; Nicene creed; Roman 
Catholic church and the Church of England. 

ArHcles. 

Beveridge, W. Ecclesia Anglicana, ecdesia 
Catholica; discourse on the thirty-nine 
articles of the Church of England. 1867. 

Browne, E. H. Exposition of the thirty-nine 
articles, i860. 

Burnet, G. Exposition of the thirty-nine 
articles of the Church of England. 1854. 

Card well, E. Synodalia. A collection of 
articles of religion, canons, and proceedings 
of convocations in the province of Canter- 
buiy, 1547-1717. 1842. 2v. 

Donaldson, J. The Westminster confession 
of faith and the thirty-nine articles of the 
Church of England. 190^. 

Gibson, E. C. S. Thirty-mne articles of the 
Church of England. 1896. 2v. 

Hardwick, C. History of the articles of reli- 
gion. 1859. 

Kidd, B. J. Thirty-nine articles; their 
history and explanation. 1899. ^v* 

Biography. 
Barry, A., ed. Masters in English theology. 
1877. (King's Coll. lect.) 
CoBteaU: Hlitorical preface. — Richard Hooker; 



by A. Barry. — Lancelot Andrewes; by R. W. Church. 

^ * • "*. H. Plumptre.— 

« TTUM.UWVC, u, ». «-. ./estcott. — Jeremy 
Taylor; by F. W. Farrar. — John Pearson; by S. 



— WiUianT Chlllingworth; by B. 
Benjamin Whichcote: by B. F. 



Cheetham. 
Lightfoot, J. B. Leaders in the northern 

church. 1890. 
Sinclair, W. M. Leaders of thought in the 

English church. 1896. 

Doctrine. 

Dowden, J. Outlines of the history of the 
theological literature of the Church of 
England from the reformation to the close 
of the eighteenth century. 1897. (Pad- 
dock lect.) 

Ewer, F. C. Catholicity in its relationship to 
Protestantism and Romanism. 1878. 

Gardner, P. Liberal Anglicanism. (In his 
Modernity and the churches.) 

Grafton, C. C. Catholic atlas; or, A digest of 
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Church of Enihand. Doctrine — Continued. 
Kinsman, F. J. Principles of Anglicanism. 

1910. 
Lloyd, C, ed. Formularies of faith put forth 
by authority during the reign of Henry VIII. 
1825. 
Namely: 

Articles about relieion» 1536. 
Institution of a Christian man, 1537. 
Necessary doctrine and erudition for any 
Christian man, IS^^^. 
Mortimer, A. G. Catholic faith and practice. 

4th ed. 1900-1901. 2v. 
Sadler, M. F. Church doctrine. Bible truth. 
4th ed. 1869. 

History. 
Abbey, C. J., and Overton, J. H. The 

English church in the eighteenth century. 

i8;r8. 2v. 
Balkine, G. R. History of the evangelical 

party in the Church of England. 1908. 
Cardwell, E. Documentary annals of the 

reformed Church oi England from 1546 to 

1716. New ed. 1844. 2v. 
Carpenter, W. B. Popular history of the 

Church of England, from the earhest times 

to the present day. 1909. 
Dearmer, P. Every man's history of the 

Church of England. 1909. 
Gladstone, W. E. Ecclesiastical and religious 

correspondence; selected and arranged by 

D. C. Lathbury. 1910. 2v. 
Maccoll, M. The reformation settlement 

examined in the light of history and law. 

6th impr. 189^. 
Makower, F. Constitutional history and 

constitution of the Church of England . 1 895. 
Overton, J. H. Evangelical revival in the 

eighteenth century. 1886. (Epochs of 

church history.) 
Patterson, M. W. History of the Church of 

England. 1900. 
Perry, G. G. History of the Church of 

England from the accession of Henry VIII 

to the silencing of convocation m the 

eighteenth century. 1879. 
Short, T. V. History of the Church of Eng- 
land to the revolution, 1688. 4th Amer. 

from 3d Engl. ed. 1855. 
Southey, B. Book of the church. 1825. 2v. 
Stephens, W. R. W., and Hunt, W., eds. 

History of the English church. 1899-1910. 

9v. 

I. Foundation to the Norman Conquest; 

by W. Hunt. 
II. Norman Conquest to accession of 
Edward I; by W. R. W. Stephens. 

III. Fourteenth and fifteenth centuries; 

by W. W. Capes. 

IV. From accession of Henry VIII to 

death of Mary; by J. Gairdner. 
V. Reigns of Elizabeth and James I; 

byW.H.Frcre. 
VI. From accession of Charles I to death 

of Anne; by W. H. Hutton. 
VII. From accession of George I to the 
end of the XVIII century; by 
J. H. Overton and F. Relton. 
VIII. 1-2. The nineteenth century; by 
F. W. Cornish. 



Church of England. History — Continued. 
Tucker, H. W. The English church in other 

lands. 1886. (Epochs of church history.) 
Usher, R. G. Reconstruction of the English 

church. 19 10. 2v. 
Wakeman, H. O. The church and the 

Puritans. 1570-1660. 1887. (Epochs of 

church hbtory.) 
-^ Introduction to the history of the Church 

of England, from the eariiest times to the 

present day. 7th ed. 1908. 
See also Dissent, and all references under it; 

England. Church history; Great Britain. 

Religious history; Oxford movement; 

Protestant Episcopal church; Reformation; 

Ritualists. 

Liturgy, RUual, 
Cardwell, E., ed. The two Books of common 
prayer set forth by authority of Parliament 
m the reign of Edward the Sixth compared 
with each other and ed. by E. Cardwell. 
3d ed. 1 841. 
Forbes, A. P. Commentary on the litany. 1855. 
Hall, P. Fragmenta liturgica; documents 
illustrative of the liturgy of the church of 
England. 1848. 7v. 
Maskell, W., id. Ancient liturgy of the 
Church of England according to the uses of 
Sarum, Bangor, York, and Hereford, and 
the modem Roman liturgy, arranged in 
parallel columns. 2d ed. 1846. 
Staley, V. Litureical studies. 1907. 
Su also Book of Common prayer. 
Church of England and the Greek church. See 

Greek church. 
Church of Scotland. {Presbyterian.) Confession 
of faith, the larger ancl shorter catechisms, 
of public authority in the Church of Scot- 
land, Edin. A. Kincaid. 1788. 
Church of Scotland. {Presbyterian.) Smellie, 
A. Men of the covenant. 2d ed. 1904. 
Stanley, A. P. Lectures on the history of the 

Church of Scotland. 1872. 
5e« a/50 Free church of Scotland; Reformation; 
Scotland. 
Church of Sweden. (Evangelical Lutheran.) 
Wordsworth, J. The national church of 
Sweden. 191 1 . (Hale lect.) 
Church, Alfred John. Story of early Britain. 
N. Y. Putnam. 1893. (Story erf the 
nations.) 
Church, Mary C, ed. Life and letters <rf 

Dean Church. Lond. Macm. 1894. 
Church, Richard WUliam. Advent sermons. 
Lond. Macm. 1886. 
Oxford movement. 1 833-1 845. Lond. 

Macm. 1897. 
Saint Anselm. N. Y. Macm. 1870. 
Village sermons. Lond. Macm. 1895. 
Church, M. C, ed. Life and letters of Dean 

Church. 1894. 
Lathbury, D. C. Dean Church. 1905. 
(Leaders of the church. 1 800-1900.) 
Chuit^ Samud Harden. Religious progress 
in America; progress and achievements of 
one hundred years. Pittsburgh. Morris, 
n. d. 
Church Chib of New York. Lauda Sion; or. 
The liturgical hymns of the church. N. Y. 
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Churchbs. Bacon, D. Old New England 
churches and their children. 1906. 

Good, J. I. Famous places of the reformed 
churches; a religious guide book to Europe. 
1910. 

Tipple, E. S. Some famous country parishes. 
CI911. 

Contenta: Himley. — Bemerton. — Madeley. — 
Kiddenniiister. — Somenby. — Everaley. 

Wallington, N. U. Historic churches of 

America. 1907. 
Wight, C. A. Some old-time meeting houses 

of the Connecticut Valley. CI91 1. 
For single churches su names of places. 
CkerOy Mtfcns Tollhis. De amidtia; tr. by 

A. P. Peabody. Bost. Little. 1884. 
De offidis; tr. by A. P. Peabody. Bost. 

Little. 1883. 
De senectute; tr. by A. P. Peabody. Bost. 

Little. 1884. 
Select orations; tr. by C. D. Yonge. N. Y. 

Harper. 1856. 
Three books of offices. N. Y. Harper. 1855. 
Jeans, J. E. Life and letters of Marcus 

Tullius Cicero. 1880. 
Lord, J. Cicero. (/» his Beacon lights of 

history, vol. 3.) 
CiD. (Rodrige Dia% de Bioar, coiled the Cid.) 

Southey, R. Chronicle of the Cid, from the 

Spanish. First Amer. ed. 1846. 
CntBs. Howe, F. C. The dty, the hope of 

deinocracy. 1906. 
Loomis, S. L. Modem cities and thdr 

religious problems. C1887. 
Robinson, C. M. Improvement of towns and 

dties. ad ed. {191 1.] 
Sears, C. H. Redemption of the dty. CI911. 
Steffens, J. L. Shame of the dties. 1904. 
Stelzle, C. Christianity's storm centre; a 

study of the modem aty. [C1907.] 
Strong, J. Challenge of the dty. 28th 

thous. (CIQ07.] 
— Twentieth century dty. C1898. 
>^coK, D. F. American dty; problem in 

democracy. 1906. 
Zueblin, C. A deoule of dvic development. 

1905. 
See also Christianity and social questions; 

Missions; Municipal government. 
CiTiBS, Ancibnt. Fustel de Coulanges, N. D. 

The andent dty; tr. by W. Small. 1889. 
Citizen in his relation to the mdustrial situation. 

Potter, H. C. 
Citizen's library of economics, politics and 

sociology. 
American city; Wilcox, D. F. 
Democracy and social ethics; Addams, J. 
Newer ideals of peace; Addams, J. 
Prittdples <A anthropology and sodology in 

their relations to criminal procedure; 

Piirmelee, M. 
CmzBNSHiP. Abbott, L. America in the 

making. 191 1. (Yale lect. on dtizenship.) 
Brewer, D. J. American dtizenship. 1902. 

(Yale lect. on dtizenship.) 
Bryce, J. Hindrances to good dtizenship. 

1909. 
Holland, H. S. Our citizenship. [Sermon.] 

(In his On behalf of belief.) 
Hughes, E. H. Teaching of dtizenship. 

1909. 



Citizenship — Continued. 
Jenks, J. W. Citizenship and the schools. 

1909. 
Lindsey, B. B., and O'Higgins, H. J. The 

Beast. 1910. 
Potter^ H. C. The dtizen in his relation to 

the mdustrial situation. 1902. (Yale lect. 

on dtizenship.) 
Roads, C. The man with a conscience. 19 12. 
Steffens, L. Upbuilders. 1900. 
Swift, A. First prindples of Christian dtizen- 

ship. 1908. 
Tucker^ W. J. Public mindedness; an aspect 

of atizenship considered in various ad- 
dresses. 19 10. 
Civilisation at the cross roads. Figris, J. N. 
Civilization. Adams, G. B. Civilization dur- 
ing the middle ages. 1897. 
Buckle, H. T. History of dvilization in 

England, i860. 2V. 
Conder, C. R. The rise of man. 1908. 
Draper, J. W. History of the intellectual 

development of Europe. 1864. 
Figgis, J. N. Civilisation at the cross roads. 

1912. 
Guizot, F. P. G. General history of dviliza- 
tion in Eurc^. 1856. 4v. 
Kidd, B. Prindples of western dvilization. 

1902. 
Lubbock, Sir J. Origin of dvilization and 

the primitive condition of man. 1870. 
Mauro, P. Number <A man; the dimax of 

dvilization. C1909. 
Mitchell, A. What is dvilization? {In his 

The past in the present.) (Rhind lect. on 

archaeology.) 
Mosso, A. Dawn of Mediterranean dviliza- 
tion; tr. by M. C. Harrison. 191 1. 
Taylor, H. O. Ancient ideals; a study of 

intellectual and spiritual growth from early 

times to the estaDlishment of Christianity. 

2v. 1913. 
Tylor, E. B. Primitive culture. 1871. 2v. 
Wallace, A. R. The wonderful century; 

its successes and its failures. 1904. 
See also Archaeology; Degeneration; Ethics; 

Man; Philosophy of history; Sodology. 
Civilization and progress. Crozier, T. B. 
Civilization's inferno. Flower, B. O. 
Qaflin, Mary Buddln. Brampton sketches. 

N. Y. Crowell. C1890. 
Clark, Alexander. Gospel in the trees. Phila. 

Daughaday. 1868. 
Clark, Davis Wasgatt American child and 

Moloch of to-day. Cine. Jennings. CI907. 

From a doud of witnesses. Cine. Curts. 1892. 

Clark. Edeon Lyman. Fundamental questions, 

chiefly relating to the book of C^nesis and 

the Hebrew Scriptures. N.Y. Putnam. 1882. 
Clarky Francis Bdward. The children and the 

church and the Young people's sodety of 

Christian endeavor. Bost. Cong. pub. 

soc. C1882. 
Continent of opportunity : the South American 

republics. M. Y. Revell. CI907. 
Training the church of the future. N. Y. 

Funk. 1902. (Auburn Sem. lect.) 
Youne people's prayer-meetings in theory 

andTpractice. Chi. Funk. 1887. 
and Qark, Harriet BUzabeth. Gospel in 

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Clarky George Whitfield. Harmony of the Acts 

of the apostles. Phila. A. B; P. S. 1897. 
Clark, Henry W. Christ from without and 

within: a study of the gospel of St. John. 

N. Y. Revell. 1007. 
Christian method of ethics. N. Y. Revell. 

C1908. 
Gospel according to St. John. N. Y. Revell. 

n. d. (Westminster N. T.) 
History of English non-conformity from Wiclif 

to the close of the nineteenth century. 

Lond. Chapman. 191 1- Vol. I. 
Laws of the inner kingdom. N.Y. Revell. 1909. 
Philosophy of Christian experience. N. Y. 

Revell. n. d. 
Studies in the making of character. N. Y. 

Revell. 1910. 
Clark. John Bates, and Claris, John Maurice. 

Control of trusts. N. Y, Macm. 19 12. 
Clark, Joseph Bourne. Leavening the nation ; 

the story of Amer. home missions. N. Y. 

Baker. 1903. 
Clark, Joseph S. Historical sketch of the Con- 
gregational churches in Massachusetts, 1620 

to 1858. Bost. Congr. bd. of pub. 1858. 
ClariE| Lucius Charles. Worshiping congrega- 
tion. Cine. Jennings. C1912. 
Clark, Sereno Didkenson. The New England 

ministry sixty years a|;o: memoir oi John 

Woodbridge. Bost. Lee. 1877. 
Clark, Sue AinsUe, and Wjatt, Edith. Making 

both ends meet; the income and outlay of 

New York working girls. N.Y. Macm. 191 1. 
Claric, Thomas March. Reminiscences. N. Y. 

Whittaker. 1895. 
Potter, H. C. Bishop Clark. (In his 

Reminiscences of bishops and archbishops.) 
Clark, William. Pascal and the Port Royalists. 

N. Y. Scribner. 1902. 
Clarke, Dorus. Centennial discourse, West- 

hampton, Mass., one hundredth anniversary 

of the formation of the church in that town. 

Bost. Lee. 1879. 
Oneness of the Christian church. Bost. Lee. 

1869. 
Orthodox Congregationalism and the sects. 

Bost. Lee. 187 1. 
Clarke, James £., camp. Scripture selections 

for public worship. 
Clarke, James Freeman. Autobiography; ed. 

by E. E. Hale. Bost. Houghton. 1891. 
Christian doctrine of forgiveness of sin. 

3d ed. Bost. A. U. A. 1870. 
Essentials and non-essentials in religion. 

Bost. A. U. A. 1880. 
Events and epochs in religious history. Bost. 

Osgood. 1881. (Lowell Inst, lect.) 
Every-day religion. Bost. Ticknor. 1886. 
Fourth gospel; the question of its origin 

stated and discussed. Bost. Ellis. 1886. 
Go up higher; or. Religion in common life. 

Bost. Lee. C1877. 
Ideas of the apostle Paul translated into their 

modern equivalents. 8th ed. Bost. 

Houghton. 1897. 
The Lord's prayer: last discourses. Bost. A. 

U. A. 1891. 
Manual of Unitarian belief. Bost. U. S. S. 

Soc. i88a. 
Messages of faith, hope and love. Bost. 

Ellis. 1905. 



Clarice, James Freeman — Continued. 

Sermons preached in Indiana Place Chapel. 
Bost. Spencer. 1868. 

Ten great religions. Bost. Osgood. 1871. 

Same, Bost. Houghton. CI89Q. 2v. 
I. Essay in comparative theology. 
II. Comparison of all religions. 

Transfiguradon of life. [Sermons.] Bost. 
A. U. A. 1909. 

Boston. Church of the Disciples. Memorial of 
the commemoration of the fiftieth birthday 
of their pastor, i860. 
Clarke, Tames Langton. Eternal Saviour-judge. 

N. V. Dutton. 1904. 
Clarke, 'William Newton. Can I believe in 
God the Father? N. Y. Scribner. 1899. 
(Howard Univ. lect.) 

Christian doctrine of God. N. Y. Scribner. 
1909. (Int. theol. libr.) 

Commentary on the gospel of Mark. Phila. 
A. B. P. S. CI 88 1. (Amer. comment, on 
the N. T.) 

Ideal of Jesus. N. Y. Scribner. 191 1. 

Outline of Christian theology. Camb. Wil- 
son. 1894. 

Sixty years with the Bible. N. Y. Scribner. 
1909. 

Study of Christian missions. N. Y. Scrib- 
ner. IQOO. 

Use of the Scriptures in theology. N. Y. 
Scribner. 1905. (N. W. Taylor lect.) 

What shall we think of Christianity? N. Y. 
Scribner. 1899. (Levering lect.) 
Classic preachers of the English church. Lond. 

Murray. 1878. 

Clay, Albert Tobias. Amurru, the home of the 

northern Semites; a study showing that 

the religion and culture of Israel are not of 

Babylonian origin. Phila. S.S. Times. 1909. 

Clay, Sir Arthur. Syndicalism and labour; 

notes upon some aspects oi social and 

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Comba, BmiUo. History of the Waldenses of 
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Comfort. See Consolation. 

Common faith of common men. Potter, R. H. 

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Common prayer for Christian worship. Marti- 
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Walpole, G. H. S. Euchanstic offering: 
spuitual instructions upon the Office of 
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See also Lord's Supper. 
Communion of saints. Rede, W. 
Communion with God. Stone, D., and Simpson, 

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World's altar-stairs. 1910. 
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Clark, P. A. G. Comparative religion and 
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Famell, L. R. Greece and Babylon; a com- 
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Frazer, J. G. The golden bough. 3d ed. 
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Jevons, F. B.^ Comparative religion. 19 13. 

-^ Introduction to the studv of comparative 
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Jordan, L. H. Comparative religion: its 
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Kellogg, S. H. Handbook of comparative 
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Macculloch, J. A. Comparative religion and 
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HOffdin^, H. Comte and French philosophy. 
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Martineau, J. Comte's life and philosophy. 

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Morley, J. Auguste Comte. (In his Critical 

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Whittaker, T. Comte and Mill. (Philoeo- 

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Je£fer8on» C. E. Concentration. [Sermon.] 

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Mabie, H. W. Concentration. {In his Es- 
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Conciliation. See Arbitration. 
Conciliation, International. Assoc, for 

Intemat. Concil. Amer. Branch. Publica- 
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Concord. Reynolds, G. Collection of histori- 
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Conder, Claude Re^^er. Altaic hieroglyphs and 

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City of Jerusalem. N. Y. Dutton. 1909. 
Heth and Moab; explorations in Syria » 

1881-2. 1892. 
Judas Maccabeus and the Jewish war of 

independence. Lond. Watt. 1894. 
Latin kingdom of Jerusalem. 1099-1291. 

Lond. P. E. F. 1897. 
Rise of man. Lond. Murray. 1908. 
Tent work in Palestine. Lond. P. E. F. 

1878. 2 V. 
ed. The Tell Amama tablets. Lond. 

P. E. F. 1894. 
Condit» Bkckford. History of the En^ish 

Bible from the earliest Saxon translations 

to the present Anglo-American revision. 

N. Y. Barnes. ci88i. 
CoNDiTiONALiSM. Piper, F. L. Conditionalism; 

its place in eschatology, history and current 

thought. 1904. 
Conduct. Beecher» H. W. Conduct, the index 

of feeling. {In his Sermons, 2d series. 

1870.) 
Dole, C. F. Problem of duty; a study of the 

philosophy of conduct. 1^00. 
Gilman, N. P. Laws of daily conduct. {In 

Conduct as a fine art, by Oilman, N. P., 

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Lccky, W. E. H. The map of life; conduct 

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Mercier, C. A. Conduct and its disorders 

biologically considered. 191 1. 
Smart, G. T. Studies in conduct. 1905. 
Wilberforce, A. B. O. The trinity of evil: 

I. Infidelity; IL Impurity; III. Intem- 
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See also Conduct of life; Ethics. 
Conduct as a fine art. Oilman, N. P., and 

Jackson, E. P. 
Conduct of lifb. Arnold, F. Turning points 

in life. 187}. 
Beecher, H. W. Lectures to young men. 

New ed. i860. 
Clarke, J. F. Every-day religion. 1886. 
Conklin, A. What are you doing here? 

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Dresser, H. W. The perfect whole: an essay 

on the conduct and meaning of life. 

1896. 
Drummond, H. Ill-temper. [Sermon.] {In 

his Ideal life.) 
Emerson, R. W. The conduct of life. 

Works. Cent. ed.. vol. VI.) 
Gordon, S. D. Quiet talks on personal 

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Higginson, T. W. Things worth while. 

1908. (Art of life ser.) 



Conduct of lifb— Continued. 

Hyde, W. D. Self-measurement: a scale of 
human values with directions for personal 
application. 1908. (Art of life ser.) 

Lathbury, C. Being with the upturned 
face. 1903. 

— The balanced life. 1905. 

Lorimer, G. C. Messages of to-day to the 

men of to-morrow. 1896. 
Ludlow, J. M. Incentives for life. 1902. 
Moxom, P. S. Aim of life. 1894. 
Peabody, A. P. Conversation. {In his 

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Tucker, W. J. Personal power; counsels to 

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Tulloch, J. Beginning life; chapters for 

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See also Boys; Character; Christian life; 

Citizenship; Courage; Duty; Ethics; Girls; 

Habit; Happiness; Home; Moral educa- 
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Cone, OreUo. Hebrews, Colossians, Ephesians, 

and Philemon; the pastoral epistles; the 

epistles of Peter and Jude. N. Y. Putnam. 

1901. (Int. hdbks. to the N. T., III.) 
Gospel criticism and historical Christianity. 

N. Y. Putnam. 1891. 
Paul the man, the missionary and the teacher. 

N. Y. Macm. 1808. 
Rich and poor in the New Testament. N. Y. 

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Salvation. Bost. Univ. pub. house. 1889. 
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Casey. P. H. Notes on a history of auricular 

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Hopkins, J. H. History of the confessional. 

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Lea, H. C. History of auricular confession and 

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Confessions of faith. Schaff, P. {In his 

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See also Augsburp; confession; Creeds; West- 
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Confirmation. Butler, C. M. Flock fed; or, 

Catechetical instruction preparatory to 

confirmation. 1862. 
Thomas, W. H. G. Confirmation. {In his 

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Grant, G. M. Confucianism. (In hts Reli- 
gions of the world in relation to Chris- 
tianity.) (Guild text books.) 

Griifis, W. £. Chinese ethical system in 
Japan. (In his Relip^ions of Japan.) 

— Confucianism in its philosophical form. 
(In his Religions of Japan.) 

Knox, G. W. Confucianism: the religion of 
educated men. (In his Japanese life in 
town and country.) 

Legee, J. Confucianism. (In his Religions 
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— transl. Sacred books of China: the texts 
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Matheson, G. Religion of China: Confu- 
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See also China. Religion; Religions. 
Confucius. Martin, A. W. Confucius and 
Lao-tze. (In his Great religious teachers 
of the East.) 

Lord, J. Confucius. (In his Beacon lights 
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Congo Free State. Morel, E. D. King 

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Congregational church in the United 
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Clark^ J. S. Historical sketch of the Congre- 
gational churches in Massachusetts, 1620 
to 1858. 1858. 

Dunning, A. E. Congregationalists in 
America. C1894. 

Uhden, H. F. The New England theocracy; 
a hbtory of the Congregationalists in New 
England to the revivals of 1740; tr. by 
H. C. Conant. 1858. 

Walker, G. L. Some aspects of the religious 
life of New Enp;land, with special reference 
to Congregationalists. 1897. (Carew 
lect.) 

Walker, W. History of the Congregational 
churches in the United States. 1894. 
(Amer. church history, vol. IIL) 

Govemntent, 

Barton, W. E. Congregational manual. 
1910. 

Boynton, G. M. Congregational way: hand- 
book of Congregational principles and 
practices. C1903. 

Cambridge platform of church discipline 
adopted in 1648, and the confession of faith 
adopted in 1680. (In Report on Congre- 
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Same. Prefixed, Platform of ecclesiastical 
government, by Nathanael Emmons. 1855. 

Nash, C. S. Congregational administration. 
1909. (Carew lect.l 

Upham, T. C. Ratio disciplinae, or, The 
constitution of the congregational churches 
examined and deduced from early con^- 
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authorities, and from usage. 2d ed. 
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^Niae, J. A vindication of the govern- 
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Clarke, D. Orthodox Congregationalism and 
the sects. Bost. Lee. 1871. 

Cummings, P. Dictionary of Congregational 
usages and principles. Ster. ed. 1853. 

Dale, R. W. History of English Congreca- 
tionalism; completed and edited by A. W. 
W. Dale. 1907. 

Dexter, H. M. Congre^tionalism: what it 
is; whence it is; how it works. C1865. 

Same. 4th ed. 

— Congregationalism of the last three hun- 
dred years as seen in its literature. 1880. 
(Southworth lect.) 

Goodwin, T. A. The Pilgrim republic; an 
historical review of the colony of New 
Plymouth, with sketches of the nse of other 
New England settlements, the history of 
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Ladd, G. T. Principles of church polity 
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Parker, J. Orthodoxy of heart: address to 
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Punchard, G. History of Congregationalism 
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[Woods, L.] Report on Congregationalism, 
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See also Baptists; Church polity; Dissenters; 
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Hawley, Z. K. Congregationalism and 
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Coni^eve, John. High hopes: sermons. Lond. 
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Conklin, Abram. What are you doing here? 
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Connecticut. Greene, M. L. Development 
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Connell, J. M.» ed. A book of devotional read- 
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Conscience. Bkick, H. Social conscience. 
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Cabot, E. L. Light of conscience; Con- 
science, custom and law. (In her Everyday 
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Coquerel, A. J. Conscience and faith; tr. by 

J. E. Odgers. 1878. 
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Farrar, F. W. VcHce of conscience. [Sermon.] 
(/» his Silence and the voices of God.) 

Greer, D. H. Conscience. [Sermon.] {In 
his From thin^ to God.) 

Knight, G. T. Praise of hypocrisy; an essay 
in casuistry. 1906. 

Repr. with additions from the Open court of Sept., 
X903. 

Maurice, F. D. The conscience. 3d ed. 
1883. 

Nash, H. S. Genesis of the social conscience. 
1897. 

Park, E. A. Conscience. [Sermon.] (In 
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Roads, C. Man with a conscience. 1912. 

Taylor, J. Ductor dubitantium; or, The 
rule of conscience. (In his Whole works, 
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See also Liberty of conscience; Social con- 
science. 
Consciousness. Bergson, H. Time and free 
will; an essay on the immediate data of 
consciousness. Authorized transl. by F. L. 
Pogson. 19 10. 

James, W. Does ' consciousness ' exist? (In 
his Essays in radical empiricism.) 

Montague, W. P. Consaousness a form of 
energy. (In Essays in honor of William 
James.) 

See also Subconsciousness. 
Consecration. Bkick, H. Courage of conse- 
cration. [Sermon.] (In his Listening to 
God.) 
Consolation. Brent, C. H. Consokitions of 
the Cross. 1904. 

Brooks, P. Consolations of God. (In his 
Sermons. 1878.) 

— Purpose and use of comfort. (In his Ser- 
mons. 1878.) 

Coe, I. H. Lessons of comfort for the afflicted. 
1892. 

Hall, C. C. Does God send trouble? 1896. 

Towett, J. H. The silver lining. CI907. 

Martin, S. Comfort in trouble: sermons. 1878. 

Rothe, R. Tribulation and comfort. (In His 
Sermons for the Christian year.) 

[Smith, H. W.] Living in the sunshine, by 
H.W.S. CI906. 
Constable, Henry. Duration and nature of 
future punishment. Bost. Advent Chris- 
tian pub. soc. n. d. 
Constantine the Great, emperor of Rome, 
Carter, J. B. Constantine and Christian- 
ity. (In his Religious life of ancient Rome.) 

Cutts, E. L. Life of Constantine the Great. 
1881. 

Lord, J. Constantine the Great. (In his 
Beacon lights of history, vol. 4.) 
Constantinople. Dwight, H. O. Constanti- 
nople and its problems; its peoples, customs, 
rehgions and progress, i^i. 

Washburn, G. Fifty years m Constantinople. 

Contemporary saence series. 

Apparitions and thought-transference; 

Podmore, F. 
Child; Chamberlain, A. F. 
Hypnotism; Moll, A. 
New psycholo^; Scripture, E. W. 
Study of religion; Jastrow, M. 



Contentio veritatis; essays in constructive 
theology, by six Oxford tutors. N. Y. 
Dutton. 1902. 

Contents: I. Ultimate basis of theism; by H. 
Rashdall. — II. Person of Christ; by W. R. Inge. 
— III. Teaching of Christ; by H. L. Wild.— 
IV. Permanent religious value of the Old Testament; 
by C. F. Buraey. — V. Modem criticism and the 
New Testament: by W. C. Allen. — VI. The 
church; by A. J. Carlyle. — VII. The sacraments; 
by W. R. Inge. 

Conversion. Ames, E. S. Conversion. (In 

his Psycholoey of religious experience.) 
Begbie, H. The ordinary man and the ex- 
traordinary thing. [191 3.] 
Burr, E.F. Towanl the strait gate; or, Parish 

Christianity for the unconverted. 1875. 
Clark, H. W. Conversion. (In his Philoso- 
phy of Christian experience.) 
Cornelison, I. A. Conversion. _ (In his 

Natural history of relieious feeling.) 
Goodell, C. L. (In hts Followers of the 

gleam.) 
Jackson, G. Fact of conversion. CI908. 

(Cole lect. 1908.) 
Sears, E. H. Conversion. [Sermon.] (In 

his Christ in the life.) 
Starbuck, E. D. Psychology of religion; an 

empirical study of the growth of religious 

consciousness. 1899. 
Thorn, J. H. Conversion. [Sermon.1 (In 

his Laws of life after the mind of Christ, 

2d series.) 
Watson, J. (Ian Maclaren.) Conversion. 

[Sermon.] (In his Inspiration of our faith.) 
See also Christian life; R^neration; Re- 

pentence; Revivals; Theology. 
Conway, Katherine Eleanor. Christian gentle- 
woman and the social apostolate. Bost. 

Flynn. 1904. 
Conybeare, Frederick Comwallis. History of 

New Testament criticism. N. Y. Putnam. 

1910. 
Myth, magic and morals; a study of Christian' 

origins. Bost. A.U. A. 191 1. 
Conybeare, William John, and Howson. John 

SanL Letters and speeches of St. Paul as 

transited for [their] Life of St. Paul. 

Hartford. Bliss. 188 1. 
Life and epistles of St. Paul. N. Y. Scribner. 

1867. 2V. 
Conyngton, Mary. How to help: manual of 

practical charity. N.Y. Ronald press. 1906. 
Cool^ Albert Stanburrotig}!. Authorized ver- 
sion of the Bible and its influence. N. Y. 

Putnam. loio. 
Bible and English prose style. Bost. Heath. 

1908. 
Cook, Bdward Tyas. Life of John Ruskin. 

N.Y. Macm. 191 1. 2v. 
Cook, Frederick Charles, ed. Holy Bible with 

an explanatory and critical commentary. 

N. Y. Scribner. 1871. lov. 
Same. Apocrypha, ed. by Henry Wace. 

Lond. Murray. 1888. 3v. 

Known at the Speaker's or Bible commentary. 
Cook, Stanley Arthur. Laws of Moses and the 

code of Hammurabi. Lond. Black. 1903. 
Reli^on of ancient Palestine in the second 

millennium B. C. in the light of archaeologv 

and inscription. Chi. Open court, n. d. 

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Cooke, Oeofge Willis. Unitarianism in 
America. Best. A. U. A. 1902. 

Cooke, John Etten. Life of Robert E. Lee. 
N. Y. Appleton. 1871. 

Cooke, Josiah Parsons. Credentials of science. 
N.Y. Carter. 1888. (Ely lect.) 

Cooke, Richard Joseph. Histonc episcopate; a 
study of Anglican claims and Methodist 
orders. N. Y. Eaton. ci8o6. 
History of the ritual of the Methodist Episco- 
pal church. Cine. Jennins[s. C1900. 
Incarnation and recent criticism. N. Y. 
Eaton. CI907. 

Cooley, Charles Horton. Social organization. 
N. Y. Scribner. 1909. 

Cooper, Clayton Sedgwick. College men and 
the Bible. N.Y. Assoc, press. 191 1. 

Cooper, Thomas. Answer in defence of the 
truth against the apology of private mass. 
Ed. for the Parker Soc. by W. Goode. 
Camb. [Eng.J Univ. press. 1850. 

Co-operation. Ford, J. Co-operation in New 
England, urban and rural. 19 13. (Russell 
Sage foundation.) 

Co-operative banks. See Banks and banking. 

Cope, Hemy Frederick. Efficiency in the Sun- 
day school. N. Y. Hodder. [CI912.] 
Effiaent la3rman; or. The religious training 

of men. Phila. Griffith. CI911. 
Evolution of the Sunday school. Bost. Pil- 
grim press, cioii. 
The modem Sunday school in principle and 
practice. N. Y. Revell. CI907. 

Coppens, Charles. Systematic study of the 
Catholic religion. 3d ed. St. Louis. 
Herder. 1904. 

Copping, Arthur £. Journalist in the Holy 
Land; glimpses of Egypt and Palestine. 
N. Y. Revell. 1912. 

Coquerel, Athanase Josn6. Conscience and 
faith; tr. by J. E. Odgers. Lond. Brit, 
and for. Unit, assoc. 1878. 
First historical transformations of Christian- 
ity. From the French, by E. P. Evans. 
Bost. Spencer. 1867. 

Coriat, Isador Harry. Abnormal psychology. 
N. Y. MoflFat. 1910. 
joint author. Religion and medicine. See 
Worcester, E., and others, 

Comelison, Isaac Amada. Natural history of 
religious feeling; a question of miracles in 
the soul. N. Y. Putnam. 191 1. 

Cornelius, Roman centurum. Black, S. C. 
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Matheson, G. Cornelius the transplanted. 
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Million, G. Cornelius. (In Men of the 
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Payne, C. H. Cornelius the truth-seeker. 
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Whyte, A. Cornelius. (In his Bible charac- 
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Cornell, Wiuiam Mason. Life of Horace 
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Comford, Ftands Macdonald. From religion 
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ComiU, Carl Heinrich. History of the people 

of Israel, from the earliest times to the 

destruction of Jerusalem; tr. by W. H. 

Carruth. Chi. Open court. 1808. 
Introduction to the canonical books of 

the Old Testament; tr. by G. H. Box. 

N.Y. Putnam. 1907. (Theol.transl.libr.) 
Prophets of Israel; tr. by S. F. Corkran. Chi. 

Open court. 1897. 
Comisk, Frands warre. English church in 

the nineteenth century. Lond. Macm. 

19 ID. IV. in 2. (History of the English 

church, vol. VIII.) 
Cornwall, Barry. Charles Lamb: a memoir. 

Bost. Roberts. 1866. 
Coronation hymnal. Gordon, A. J., and 

Pierson, A. T. 
Corporations. Ripley, W. Z., ed. Trusts, 

pools and corporations. C1905. 
Williams, T. The corporation. (In Organ- 
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See also Trusts. 
Corwin, Bdward Tanjore. History of the Re- 
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H. Borns. 1909. 2v. (Harper's libr. of 

living thought.) 
Cosmology. Warren, W. F. The earliest 

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Cost OF LIVING. Byington, M. F. Homestead: 

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Cjantt, H. L. Work, wages, and profits; 

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Le Rossignol, J. E., and Stewart, W. D. 

Wages and cost of living. (In their State 

socialism in New Zealand.) 
Mass. commission on the cost of living. 

Report. 1910. 
More, L. B. Wage-earners* budgets; a 

study of standards and cost of living in 

N. Y. City. 1907. 
Streiehtoff, F. H. Cost of living among the 

indfustrial people of America. 191 1. 
Costume. Earle, Mrs. A. M. Costume of 

colonial times. 1894. 
Cotton, John. Walker, W. John Cotton. 

(In his Ten New England leaders.) 
Coulter, Emeat Kent The children in the 

shadow. N. Y. McBride. 1913. 
Council of Trent Catechism of the Council of 

Trent, tr. into English; with notes by 

T. A. Buckley. Lond. Routledge. 1852. 
Same. Tr. by J. Donovan. [1829.] 
See also Church councils. 
Councils. See Church councils. 
CouNTBR-RSFORMATiON. Pennington, A. R. 

Counter-reformation in Europe. Popular 

ed. 1901. 
Ward, A. W. Counter-reformation. (Epochs 

of church history.) 
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the country church. 1910. 

Bemies, C. O. Church in the country town. 
C1912. 

Butterfield, K. L. The country church and 
progress. (In his Chapters in rural prog- 
ress.) 

— Country church and the rural problem. 
C1911. 

Gill, C. O., and Pinchot, G. The country 
church: the decline of its influence and the 
remedy. 1913. 

Hayward, C. E. Institutional work for the 
country church. 1900. 

Men and Religion Forward Movement. The 
rural church. (Messa^, vol. VI.) 

Roads, C. Rural Christendom; or, The 
problems of Christianizing country com- 
munities. 1909. 

Rural church. C1912. 

A^son, W. H. Church of the open country. 
1911. 

Y. M. C. A. Rural church and community 
betterment; ed. by County work depart- 
ment. 191 1. 

Y. M. C. Associations, Int. Com. of, ed. 
Country church and rural welfare. 1912. 
Country lifb. Amer. Acad, of Pol. and Soc. 
Sd. Country life. 19 12. 

Bailey, L. H. Country-life movement in the 
United States. 191 1. 

Fiske, G. W. Challenge of the country. 
1912. 

Gillette, J. M. Constructive rural sociology. 

.1913. 

Lipman, J. G. Bacteria in relation to coun- 
try life. 3d ed. lOii. (Rural sd. ser.) 

Ogden,H. N. Rural hygiene. 191 1. (Rural 
science ser.) 

Plunkett, Sir H. C. Rural life problem of the 
United States, i^io. 

Pressey, E. P. Vision of New Clairvaux. 
1909. 

Robertson, J. W. Conservation of life in 
rural distncts. CI911. 

Stem, R. B. Neighborhood entertainments. 
191 1. (Young farmer's practical libr.) 

United States Country Life Com. Report on 
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See also Agriculture; Country church; Coun- 
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Country schools. Foght, H. W. The Ameri- 
can rural school. 1912. 

Kern, O. J. Among country schools. [C1906.] 
Country town. Anderson, W. L. The coun- 
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ICK)6. 

Wiluams, J. M. An American town; a 
sodoloeical study. 1906. 

Wilson, W. H, Evolution of the country 
community; a study in religous sodology. 
[C1912.] 
Courage. Cabot, E. L. Courage. (In her 
Everyday ethics.) 

Caird, E. Courage. (In his lay sermons 
and addresses.) 

Dawson, W. J. Book of courage. C1911. 

Dubois, P. Courage. (In his Education of 
self.) 

Frothin^ham, P. R. The pillar of courage. 
(In his Temple of virtue.) 



Courage — Continued. 

Iverach, J. Ground of fearlessness. (In 
his The other side of greatness, and other 
sermons.) 
See also Heroes. 

Courage of the coward. Aked, C. F. 

Courtney, Joseiih William. Conquest of nerves. 
N. Y. Macm. 191 1. 

Coosin, Victor. Lectures on the true, the 
beautiful and the good. N. Y. Appleton. 
i860. 

Covenanters, Scotch adherents of the cove- 
nants of 1638 and 1643, Smellie, A. Men 
of the covenant. 3d ed. 1904. 

Cowan, John Franklin. New fife in the old 
prayer-meeting. N. Y., etc. Revell. 
C1906. 

Cowan, Minna 6. Education of the women of 
India. N. Y., etc. Revell. [IQI3.] 

Cox, John Charles. Sanctuaries and sanctuary 
seekers of mediaeval England. Lond. 
Allen. 191 1. 

Coz, Robert Literature of the Sabbath ques- 
tion. Edin. Maclachlan. 1865. 2 v. 

Coz, SamueL Book of Ruth; a popular exposi- 
tion. Lond. Relig. tract soc. n. d. 
Commentary on the book of Job. Lond. 

Paul. 1880. 
Ecdesiastes. N. Y. Armstrong, n. d. 

(Expositor's Bible.) 
Genesis of evil and other sermons. 3d ed. 

Lond. Paul. 1880. 
Salvator mundi; or. Is Christ the Saviour of 
all men? Lond. Paul. 1880. 

C<7le, John Patterson. Imperial Christ. Bost. 
Houghton. 1897. 
Spirit in literature and life. Bost. Hough- 
ton. 1896. 

Coyle, Robert Francis. Church and the times: 
sermons. N. Y. Armstrong. 1905. 

Crafts, Wilbur Fisk. Practical Christian sociol- 
ogy. 4th ed. N. Y. Funk. 1907. 
Sabbath for man. N. Y. Funk. 1885. 
ed. Talks to boys and girls about Jesus. 
N. Y. Funk. ci88i. 

Craiff, Asa H. Christian persecutions. Mil. 
Wiltzius. 1004. 

Craig, J., transi. History of the Protestant 
church in Hungary from the beginning of 
the reformation to 1850. Bost. Phillips. 

Crai^eTwUiam Alezander. Religion of ancient 
Scandinavia. Chi. Open court, n. d. 
(Religions anc. and mod.) 

Cralk, George LiDie, and others. Pictorial 
history of England. N. Y. Harper. 
1846-1848. 4v. 

Cram, Ralph Adams. Church building; a 
study of the principles of architecture in 
their relation to the church. Bost. Small. 
1906. 
Ruined abbeys of Great Britain. N. Y. 
Pott. C1905. 

Crane, Aaron Martin. Right and wrone think- 
ing and their results; the undreamed-of pos- 
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his own mental control. Bost. Lothrop. 
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Search after ultimate truth; the divine per- 
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Crane, Louis Burton. Teaching of Jesus con- 
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Crane, Stephen. Jesus the Christ. 



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Univ. pub. house. 1890. 
Crane, Stephen, Amer, naveUsL Red badge <A 
courage; an episode of the Civil war. N. Y. 
Appleton. 191 1. 
Cranmer, Thomas, abp. of Canterbury. Her- 
rick, S. E. Cranmer. {In his Some 
heretics of yesterday.) 
Lord. J. Thomas Cranmer. (In his Beacon 
lights of history, vol. 3.) 
Crapsey, Algernon Sidney. Religion and poli- 
tics. N. Y. Whittaker. C1905. 
Cranfurd, Alexander Henry. Christian instincts 
and modem doubt. N. Y. Whittaker. 
1897. 
Unknown God and other sermons. N. Y. 
Whittaker. 1895. 
Crawford, William Henir. Church and the 
slum; a study of EngUsh Wesleyan mission 
halls. N. Y. Eaton. CI908. 
Girolamo Savonarola, a prophet of righteous- 
ness. Cine. Jennings. C1907. (Men of 
the kingdom.) 
ed, Thobum and India; semicentennial 
sermon and addresses, fiftieth anniversary 
of Bishop Thoburn's sailing for India. 
N. Y. Eaton. C1909. 
Crawley, Alfred Ernest Idea of the soul. 

Lond. Black. 1909. 

Creation. Basil the Great, St. Creation of the 

world. (In World's great sermons, vol. I. 

Kleiser, G., ed.) 

Curtis, G. T. Creation or evolution? 1887. 

Denney, J. Creation. [Sermon.] (In his 

Way everlasting.) 
Dykes, J. O. The Divine Worker in creation 
and providence. 1909. (Cunninp^ham lect.) 
Guyot, A. Creation; or. The biblical cos- 
mogony in the Hght of modern science. 
1884. 
Haeckel, E. H. History of creation. 1883. 2 v. 
Hughes, N. C. Genesis and geology. 1887. 
Jennings, A. G. The earth and the world. 
How formed? N. Y., etc. Revell. 1900. 
Layman, A., pseud. Conversations on the 

creation. [1881.] 
Simmons, H. M. Unending Genesis. 1883. 
Walsh, C. M. Doctrine of creation. 1910. 
Winchell, A. Sketches of creation. 1871. 
Young, J. Creator and creation. 18^0. 
See also Bible; Earth; Evolution; ueology; 
God; Man; Religion and science. 
Creation story. Wenyon, C. 
Credo. Townsend, L. T. 
Creed and the creeds. Skrine, J. H. 
Creed of a Christian. Gore, C. 
Creed of a layman. Harrison, F. 
Creed of Buddha. By the author of "The 

creed of Christ." 
Creed of Christ. 

Creed of Christendom. Greg, W. R. 
Creed of half Japan. Lloyd, A. 
Creed of Jesus. Coffin, H. S. 
Creeds. Bradford, A. H. The creeds. (In 
his The inward light.) 
Curtis, W. A. History of creeds and con- 
fessions of faith in Christendom and beyond. 
1911. 



Crbbds — Continued. 
Eaton, A. W. Heart of the creeds. 1888. 
Hort, F. J. A. Two dissertations. 1876. 
Namely: 
I. On MONorsNHZ esoz in Scripture and 
tradition. 
II. On the ' Constant inopolitan ' creed and 
other Eastern creeds of the fourth cen- 
tury. 
Hovey, A. Formation and use of creeds. 

(In his Christian teaching and life.) 
Magee, W. C. Sermons on the creeds. 1888. 
Moehler, J. A. Symbolism: or. Exposition 
of the doctrinal differences between Catho- 
lics and Protestants; tr. by J. B. Robert- 
son. 18A4. 
Momerie, A. W. Church and creed. 1890. 
Morris, E. D. Theology of the Westminster 

symbols. 1900. 
Palmer, F. Studies in theologic definition 
underlying the apostles' and Nicene creeds. 

1895. 

Schaff, P. Creeds of Christendom. 1877. 3v. 

Skrine, J. H. Creed and the creeds; their 
function in religion. 191 1. (Bamp. lect.) 

Winer, G. B. Compararive view of the 
doctrines and confessions of the various 
communities of Christendom. 1873. 
(Clark. For. theol. libr.) 

See also Apostles' creed; Athanasian creed; 
Nicene creed; also Names of sects. 
Creegan, Charles C. Pioneer missionaries of 
the church. N. Y. Amer. tract, soc, 
CI903. 
Creighton, Louise. Life and letters of Mandell 
Creighton. New ed. Lond. Longm. 
1906. 2V. 

Some famous women. Lond. Longm. 1909. 
Contents: St. Hilda. — Joan, the fair maid of 
Kent. — Jeanne d'Arc. — Margaret Beaufort. — 
Rachel Lady Ruseell.— Elizabeth Fty. — Mary 
SomerviUe. — Julia Selina Ins^. — Florence Night- 
ingale. — Isabella Bird Bishop. — Sster Dora. — 
Queen Victoria. 

Crei^ton, Bftandell. Cardinal Wolsey. Lond. 
Macm. 1895. (Twelve English states- 
men.) 
History of the papacy from the great schism 
to the sack of Rome. N. Y. Longm. 
1904. 6v. 
History of the papacy during the period of the 
reformation. Bost. Houghton. 1882. 2v. 
Creighton, L. Life and letters of Mandell 
Creighton, sometime bishop of London. 
New ed. 1906. 2 v. 
Cremer, Hermann. Beyond the grave; tr. by 
S. T. Lowrie. N. Y. Harper. 1886. 
Reply to Hamack on the essence of Christian- 
ity; tr. by B. Pick. N. Y. Funk. 1903. 
Cremer, Sir Randal. Evans, H. Sir Randal 

Cremer. 19 10. 
Crete. Hawes, C. H., and Hawes, H. B. 
Crete the forerunner of Greece. 1909. 
(Harper's libr. of living thought.) 
Crime and criminals. Devine, E. T. Atti- 
tude of society towards the criminal. (In 
his Spirit of social work.) 
— Correction and prevention of crime. (In 

his Spirit of social work.) 
Dugdale, R. L. The Jukes; a study in crime, 
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Crimb and criminals — Continued. 

Ellis, H. The criminal. 1897. 

Henderson, C. R. Preventive agencies and 
methods. 1910. (Correction and preven- 
tion, vol. III.) 

McConnell, R. M. Criminal responsibility 
and social constraint. 1912. 

Montgomenr, H. E. Crime and the criminal. 
(In his Christ's social remedies.) 

Parker, T. Crime and its punishment. (In 
his [Works]. Cent, ed.) 

Parmelee, M. Principles of anthropology 
and sociology in their relations to cnminal 
procedure. 1908. (Citizen's library.) 

Parsons, P. A. Re8ix>nsibility for crime. 
1909* (Columb. Univ. studies in history, 
economics and law.) 

Peirce, B. K. Half century with juvenile 
delinquents. 1869. 

Smith, £. Criminal law in the U. S. (In 
Correction and prevention, vol IV. Hen- 
derson, C. R., ed.) 

Travis, T. The young malefactor; a study in 
juvenile delinquency, its causes and treat- 
ment. CI908. 

Wines, F. H. Punishment and reformation. 

CI895. 
See also Prisons; Punishment. 

Crimea. Curtis, W. E. Around the Black 
Sea. CI911. 

Crippen, T. 6. Popular introduction to the 
history of Christian doctrine. Edin. Clark. 
1883. 

Crocker, Zebulon. Catastrophe of the Presby- 
terian church in 18^7, including a full view 
of the recent theological controversies in 
New England. New Haven. Noyes. 
1838. 

Croly^ Herbert David. Promise of American 
life. N. Y. Macm. 1911. 

Cromer, Evelyn Baring, ist earl of. Modern 
Egypt. N. Y. Macm. 1908. 

Cromwen. Oliver. Letters and speeches, edited 
by Thomas Carlyle. N. Y. Wiley. 1845. 

2V. 

Same, Lond. Chapman, n. d. 5v. 
Cromwell, T. Oliver Cromwell and his 

times. 1832. 
Firth, C. Oliver Cromwell and the rule of 

the Puritans in England. 1900. (Heroes 

of the nations.) 
Gardiner, S. R. Cromwell's place in history. 

1897. 
Horton, R. F. Oliver Cromwell. 1897. 
Lamed, J. N. Cromwell: imperfect in 

greatness. (In his Study of greatness in 

men.) 
Lord, ), Cromwell. (In his Beacon lights 

of history, vol. 4.) 
Morley, J. Oliver Cromwell. 1902. 
Roosevelt, T. Oliver Cromwell. 19 10. 
Tulloch, J. (In his English Puritanism and 

its leaders.) 
Cromwell, Thomas. Oliver Cromwell and his 

times. Lond. Sherwood. 1822. 
Crooker, Joseph Henry. The church of to-day. 

Bost. Pilgrim press. 1908. 
Church of to-morrow. Bost. Pilgrim press. 

CI911. 
Jesus brought back; a brief study. Bost. 

Sherman. 1909. 



Crooker, Joseph Henry — Continued. 

Religious freedom in American education. 

Bost. A. U. A. 1903. 
Supremacy of Jesus. Bost. A. U. A. 191 1. 
Crooks, George Richard. Life of Bishop 

Matthew Simpson. N. Y. Harper. 1801. 
Crosby, Ernest Howard. Tolstoy and his 

message. N. Y. Funk. 191 1. 
Crosby, Frances Jane (Mrs, Alexander Van Al- 

styne). Memories of eighty years. Bost. 

Earle. C1906. 
Cross, emblem of redemption. Image of the 

cross and lights on the altar in the Christian 

church and in heathen temples before the 

Christian era. 1879. 
Prime, W. C. Holy cross: a history of the 

invention, preservation, and disappearance 

of the wood known as tne true cross. 1877. 
Seymour, W. W. The cross in tradition, 

history and art. 1898. 
Cross, George. Theolofi;y of Schleiermacher. 

Chi. Univ. press. [01911.] 
Cross, Mary Ann (Evans) Lbwbs. ((George 

Eliot, pseud,) Hutton, R. H. (In his 

Essays on some of the modern guides of 

English thought.) 
Lord. J. (In his Beacon lights of history, 

vol. 5.) 
Morley, T. Life of George Eliot. (In his 

Critical miscellanies, vol. III.) 
Wlson, S. L. Theology of George Eliot. 

(In his Theolo^ of modern literature.) 
Wedgwood, J. Moral influence of George 

Ehot. (In her Nineteenth century teachers 

and other essays.) 
Crothers, Samuel McChord. Among friends. 

Bost. Houghton. 1910. 
Endless life. Bost. Houghton. 1905. 

(Ingersoll lect.) 
Understanding heart. Bost. A.U.A. 1903. 
Crowps. Le Bonj G. The crowd: a study of 

the popular mind. 1897. 
Crown theological library. 
Apologetic of the N. T.; Scott, E. F. 
Babel and Bible; Delitzsch, F. 
Bible problems; Cheyne, T. K. 
Child and religion; Stephens, T., ed. 
Date of Acts; Hamack, A. 
Early Christian conception of Christ; 

Pfleiderer, O. 
Early Christian literature; Soden, H. von. 
Early Hebrew story; Peters, LP. 
Evolution of religion; Famelf, L. R. 
Hebrew religion; Addis, W. E. 
Historical evidence for the resurrection; 

Lake, K. 
Life of the spirit; Eucken, R. 
Modern Christianity; Peters, J. P. 
Modernity and the churches; Gardner, P. 
Naturalism and religion; Otto, K. L. R. 
Old Efiyptian faith; Naville, E. 
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Studies in Christian doctrine. Lond. Green. 
1908. 

Thessalonians, Corinthians, Galatians, Ro- 
mans and Philippians. N. Y. Putnam. 
1899. (Int. hdblra. to the N. T.. II.) 

Via, Veritas, vita: lectures on " Christianitv 
in its most simple and intelligible form. 
Lond. A^lliams. 1894. (Hibbert lect.) 
Drammond, Robert J. Relation of the apostolic 
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Dryden, John. Macaulay, T. B. John 

Drydcn. {In his Essays, vol. I.) 
Dryden, Jcdm Faiifleld. Addresses and papers 
on life insurance and other subjects. 
Newark [N. J.]. Prud. ins. co. 1909. 
DUAUSM. Bergson, H. L. Matter and memory. 
1911. 
Boutroux, £. £. M. Ritschl and radical dual- 
ism. {In his Science and religion in contem- 
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DttbbSy Joseph Henry. History of the Reformed 
church, German, in the United States. 
{In Amer. church history, vol. VIII.) 
DnBoii, PatteraoiL Natural way in moral 
training. N. Y., etc. Revell. 1903. 
Point of contact in teaching. N. Y. Dodd. 
IQ08. 
Dubois, PauL Education of self; tr. by H. H. 
Boyd. N.Y. Funk. 191 1. 
Influence of the mind on the body; tr. by 
L. B. Gallatin. N. Y. Funk. 1906. 
Dtt BoiSv '^niHam Edwsrd Bitrghardt Souls of 
black folk; essays and sketches. Chi. 
McClurg. 1903. 
I>n Bose, wuliam Porcher. Ecumenical coun- 
cils. 3d ed. N. Y. Scribner. 1901. 
(Ten epochs of church history.) 
Gospel according to St. Paul. N. Y., etc. 

Longm. 1907. 
Gospel in the gospels. N. Y., etc. Longm. 

1906. 
High priesthood and sacrifice; an exposition 
of tne epistle to the Hebrews. N. Y., etc. 
Longm. 1908. (Paddock lect.) 
Reason of life. N.Y. Longm. 191 1. 
Soteriology of the New Testament. N. Y. 

Macm. 1892. 
Turning points in my life. Lond. Longm. 
1912. 
Duchesne, Loois. Beginnings of the temporal 
sovereignty of the popes. A. D. 754-1073. 
N. Y. Benzi^r. 1908. 
Christian worship: its origin and evolution; 
study of the Latin liturgy up to the time 
of Charlemagne. Lond. S. P. C. K. i90iL. 
Churches separated from Rome. N. Y. 

Benziger. 1907. 
Early history cm the Christian church from its 
foundation to the end of the third century. 
N. Y. Lonpn. 1909-1912. 2v. 
Duckworth, H. T. F. Creek manuals of church 

doctrine. Lond. Rivington. 1901. 
Dudley, Dean. History of the first council of 
Nice: a world's Cfairistian convention; with 
a life of Constantine. Bost. Dean Dudley 
& CO. 1879. 
Dfirer, Albrecht Artist's married life; tr. by 
Mrs. J. R. Stodart. N. Y. MUler. 1867. 
Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ pourtraycKl 
by DOrer. Lond. Cundall. 1844. 
Duif, Archibald. History of Old Testament 
criticism. N. Y. Putnam. 1910. (His- 
tory of the sciences.) 
Old Testament theology. Lond. Black. 1891. 
Theology and ethics of the Hebrews. N. Y. 
Scribner. 1902. (Semitic ser.) 
Duif, David. The early church: a history of 
Christianity in the first six centuries. Exlin. 
Clark. 1891. 



Duff missionary lectures. 
Christianity and the nations; Speer, R. E. 
Dawn in the dark continent; Stewart, J. 

Duffleld, Samuel Willoti^by. English hymns; 
their authors and history. N.Y. Funk. 1888. 
Latin hymn- writers and their hymns. N. Y. 
Funk. 1889. 

Dugdale, Robert L. The Jukes; a study in 
crime, pauperism, disease and heredity. 
4th ed. N. Y. Putnam. 1910. (Ques- 
tions of the day.) 

Dnlles, Jcdm Weldi, and Seward, Theodore 
Frelfiii^iiysen, eds. Westminster Sabbath 
school hymnal. Phila. Presb. bd. of pub. 
1902. 

Dnmm, B. Alfred, and others. The old Puritan- 
ism and the new age; addresses, Wobum 
conf. of Congr. diurches, 1903. Bost. 
Pilgpim i»^ss. 190J. 

Dnnant, Jean HenrL Origin of the Red cross; 
tr. by Mrs. D. H. Wri^t. Phila. Winston. 
1911. 

Dnnbar, NewelL Phillips Brooks, bishop of 
Massachusetts. Bost. Cupples. CI891. 

Duncan. Jcdm Oarrow. Exploration of Eygpt 
and the Old Testament; a summary of the 
results obtained by exploration in Egypt 
up to the present time, with a fuller account 
ot those bearing on the Old Testament. 
N, Y., etc. Revell. 1909. 

Duncan, John Wesley. Our Christian steward- 
ship. Cine Jennings. CI909. 

Duncan^ Joseph. Popular hymns; their authors 
and teaching. Lond. Skeffington. i^io. 

Duncan, Norman. Higgins, a man s Christian. 
N. Y. Harper. 1909. 

Dunning, Albert Elijah. Congregationalists in 
America. N. Y. Hill. C1894. 
Making of the Bible. Bost. Pilgrim press. 
CI911. 

Dttpankrap, F^liz-Antoine FhUibert Ministry 
of catechisine. Lond. Farran. n. d. 

Dttpin, Andr6 Marie Jean Jacques, French 
advocate. Trial of Jesus before Caiaphas 
and Pilate; tr. by a member of the American 
Bar. Bost. Little. 1839. 

Durandus, William. Symbohsm of churches 
and church ornaments; translation of the 
first book of the Rationale divinorum 
offidorum, with introductory essay and 
notes by J. M. Neale and B. Webb. 3d ed. 
Lond. 1906. 

DureU, John Carlyon Vavasor. Self-revelation 
of our Lord. Edin. Clark. 1910. 

Duming-Lawrence, Sir Edwin. Bacon is Shake- 
speare. N. Y: McBride. 1910. 

Dutch Reformed church. United States. 
Corwin, E. T. The Reformed church, 
Dutch. 1895. (Amer. church history, vol. 
VIII.) 
Demarest, D. D. History and characteristics 
of the Reformed Protestant Dutch church. 
1856. 
See dso. Liturgies. 

Duty. Adler, F. Religion of duty. 1905. 
Beecher, H. W. Ideal standards of duty. 

{In his Sermons, 3d ser.) 
— Relative duties. {In his Lectures to 

young men.) 
Bushnell, H. Duty not measured by our own 
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Buxton, H. F. Wilmot-. Day by day duty; 
sermons. 1905. 

Cobbe, F. P. Religious duty. 1888. 

Coffin, H. S. Duty. [Sermon.] {In his 
Social aspects of the cross.) 

Everett, C.C. Poetry, comedy and duty. 1910. 

Stalker, J. Duty, (in his Ethic of Jesus.) 

See also Conduct of life; Ethics. 
Duyddnck, George Long. Life of Thomas 

Ken. N. Y. 1859. 
Dwiglit, Henry Otis. ConsUntinople and its 
problems; its peoples, customs, religions 
and progress. N. V., etc, Revell. 1901. 

Encyclopedia of missions. 2d ed. N. Y. 
Funk. 1904. 

ed. Blue book of missions. 1905. 

Same, 1907. 
Dybr, John L,, itinerant preacher, Shelton, 
D. O. John L. Dyer. (In his Heroes of 
the cross in America.) 
Dykes, James Oswald. Christian minister and 
his duties. Edin. Clark. 1908. 

Divine worker in creation and Providence. 
Edin. Clark. 1909. (Cunningham lect.) 

Law of the ten words. Lond. Hodder. 1884. 

Laws of the kingdom. N. Y. Carter. 1873. 

Manifesto of the king: exposition of the Ser- 
mon on the Mount. Lond. Nisbet. 1883. 
Dykes, John Bacchus. Hymn tunes. Lond. 

Novello. n. d. 
Dymond, Jonathan. Inquiry into the accord- 
ancy of war with the principles of Christian- 
ity. N. Y. Wood. 1870. 
£•1 M. C. Lay sermons from the Spectator, by 

M. C. E. N.Y. Gorham. n. d. 
Sadie, John. Commentary on the Greek text 
of the epistles to the Thessalonians; ed. 
by William Young. Lond. Macm. 1877. 

English Bible; external and critical history 
of the various English translations of 
Scripture. Lond. Macm. 1876. 2 v. 
Barle, A. B. Bringing in sheaves. Bost. 
Earle. 1868. 

The morning hour: for family worship and 
private meditation. Bost. Earle. 1889. 
Earie^ Mrs, Alice Morse. Costume of colonial 
tmies. N. Y. Scribner. 1894. 

Customs and fashions in old New England. 
N. Y. Scribner. 1806. 

Mai^ret Winthrop. ^f. Y. Scribner. 1896. 
(Women of colonial and revolutionary 
times.) 

Sabbath in Puritan New England. N. Y. 
Scribner. 1896. 
Early Christian literature. Cruttwell, C. 
T. Literary history of early Christianity. 
1883. 2V. 

Donaldson, J. Critical history of Christian 
literature and doctrine from the death of the 
apostles to the Nicene Council. 1864- 
1866. 3v. 

Krflgerj G. History of early Christian litera- 
ture m the first three centuries; tr. by C. R. 
Gillett. 1897. 

See also Apologists; Apostolic constitutions; 
Apostolic fathers; Bible. N. T, Apocry- 
phal books; Fathers of the church; Teach- 
m^ of the twelve apostles; also Ante- 
Nicene fathers; Nicene and post-Nicene 
fathers, ist and 2d ser. 



Early Christian literature primers. Fbher, 

G. P., ed. 
Apostolic fathers; Jackson, G. A. 
Fathers of the third century; Jackson, G. A. 
Post-Nicene Greek fathers; Jackson, G. A. 
Post-Nicene Latin fathers; Jackson, G. *A. 
£arp| Edwin Lee. Social aspects of religious 

institutions. N. Y. Eaton. C1908. 
Social engineer. N.Y. Eaton, cioii. 
Earthly problems in heavenly light. Keed, J., 

and Hay, H. C. 
East, The. See Orient. 
Eastburn, Manton, bp, of Mass, Potter, 

H. C. (In his Reminiscences of bishops 

and archbishops.) 
Easter. Brooks, P. {In his Sermons for the 

principal festivals and fasts of the church 

year.) 
— An Easter sermon. {In his Sermons. 

1878.) 
Buxton, H. J. Wilmot-. Eastertide. [Two 

sermons.] {In his Day by day duty.) 
Coffin, H. S. {In his Creed of Jesus, and 

other sermons.) 
Hunter, J. {In his God and life.) 
Huntington, W. R. {In his Good shepherd, 

and other sermons.) 
King, E. Easter Day. (Two sermons.] 

(In his Love and wisdom of God.) 
Liddon, H. P. Easter in St. Paul's: sermons. 

1885. 2V. 
McArthur, R. S. Advent, Christmas, New 

Year, Easter and other sermons. C1908. 
Mortimer, A. G. Jesus and the resurrection: 

thirty addresses for Good Friday and 

Easter. 1907. 
Noble, F., ed, Easter thoughts. {In his 

Thoughts for the occasion, anniversary 

and religious.) 
Peabody, F. G. (In his Sunday evenings in 

the college chapel.) 
Eastern church. See Greek church. 

The full official title of the Eastern church is " the 
Holy Orthodox CathoUc Apottoik Eastern church." 
of which there are many branches. For convenience 
the common designation " Greek church " is used 
In this catalogue. 

Eastern question. 

Balkan, 
Woods, H. C. Danger zone of Europe; changes 
and problems in the near East. 191 1. 

Far East, 
Foster, J. W. American diplomacy in the 

Orient. 1903. 
See also Orient. 
Eastman, Charles Alexander. Soul of the 

Indian: an interpretation. Bost. Hough- 
ton. 191 1. 
Bastman, CrystaL Work-accidents and the 

law. N. Y. Charities. 1910. (Russell 

Sage foundation.) 
BatoOi Arthur Wentworth. Heart of the creeds. 

N. Y. Putnam. 1888. 
Eaton, William. Felton, C. C. WUiam 

Eaton. (In Amer. biography, vol. II. 

Sparks, J., ed.) 
Baton, "^^^ttiam Harrison. Historical sketch of 

the Mass. Bapt. missionary society and 

convention, 1 802-1902. Bost. Mass. 

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Ebionism. Cruttwell, C. T. (In his Literary 

history of early Christianity.) 
Ebrard, Joluum Heinxkh Auffust Apolc^tics; 
tr. by W. Stuart and J. Maq>herson. Edin. 
Clark. 1886-7. 3v. (For. theol. libr.) 
Scce ecdesia: an essay showing the essential 
identity of the church in all ages. N. Y. 
Blelock. 1868. 
Ecclesiastical polity. See Church polity. 
Bckenstein, Luuu Woman under monastidsm. 

Camb. [Eng.] Univ. press. 1896. 
Bckennann, Johaim Peter. Conversations with 
Goethe m the last years of his life. Bost. 
Milliard. 1839. 
EcKHART, Johannes. Jones, R. M. Meister 
Eckbart. {In his Studies in mystical 
religion.) 
Royce, J. Meister Eckbart. (In his Studies 

of good and evil.) 
Steiner, R. (In his Mystics of the renais- 
sance.) 
Vaughan, R. A. (In his Hours with the 
mystics, vol. I.) 
Rckmiin, George Peck. Passion week sermons. 
Cine. Jennings. C1909. 
Studies in the gospel of John, for use in Bible 
classes, prayer meetings, and private study. 
Cine. Jennings. cioo8. 3v. 
Economics. Bogart, E. L. Economic history 
of the United States. 1908. 
Bucher. C. Industrial evolution. 1907. 
Callender, G. S. Economic history of the 

United States. 1765-1860. C1909. 
Dewe, J. A. History of economics; or, 
Economics as a factor in the making of 
history. N. Y., etc, Benziger. 1908. 
Ely, R. T. Introduction to political economy. 
CI889. 

— Outlines of economics. 1908. 

— Problems of to-day: a discussion of pro- 
tective tariffs, taxation and monopolies. 
New ed. 1890. 

Fawcett, H. Manual of political economy. 
1907. 

George^ H. Progress and poverty; an 
inquiry into the cause of industrial depres- 
sions and of increase of want with increase 
of wealth; the remedy. New ed. 1908. 

The remedy: " We moat make land common pfop- 
crty." 

— Science of political economy. 1898. 
Gladden, W. Tools and the man; property 

and industry under the Christian law. 

1893. (Ballou lect.) 
Gronlund, L. The new economy; a peaceable 

solution of the social problem. 1898. 
Jevons, W. S. Political economy. 1878. 

(Science primers.) 
Laughlin, J. E. Latter-day problems. 1909. 
Le Rossignol, J. E. Orthodox socialism: a 

criticism. 1907. (Libr. of economics and 

politics.) 
Marshall, A. Elements of economics of 

industr^^. 4th ed. 1907. 

— Principles of economics. 6th ed. 19 10. 
Mill, J. S. Principles of political economy. 

1848. TV, 
Seager, H. R. Introduction to economics. 

3d ed. 1908; 
Seuffman, E. R. A. Economic interpretation 

of history. 1907. 



Economics — Continued. 

Seligman, E. R. A. Principles of economics. 

i?09. 
Smith, A. Inquiry into the nature and causes 
of the wealth of nations. Lond. Frowde. 
1908. 2v. (World's classics.) 
Taussig, F. W. Principles of economics. 

191 1. 2V. 
Toynbee, A. Lectures on the industrial 
revolution of the eighteenth century in 
England. 1908. 
Wood, H. Natural law in the business world. 

1887. 
See also Banks and banking; Free trade; In- 
dividualism; Labor and laboring classes; 
Money; Monopblies; Single tax; Standard 
of living; Taxation; Tracte-unions; Trusts; 
Value; Wages; Wealth. 
Ecumenical councils. See Church councils. 
Ecumenical Methodist Conference. Proceed- 
ings of the fourth conference, Toronto, 
Canada, Oct. 4-17, 191 1. With introduc- 
tion by H. K. Carroll and James Chapman. 
N. Y. Eaton. 191 1. 
Ecumenical Missionanr Conference. Report 
of the Ecumenical conference on foreign 
niissions held in Carnegie hall and neighbor- 
ing churches April 21 to May i, 1900 
First ed. N.Y. Amer. tract soc. 1900. 2v. 
Eddy, Mrs. Mary Baker (Glover). Miscel- 
laneous writings. Bost. Armstrong. 1897. 
Science and health with a key to the Smptures. 

Bost. Armstrong. 1900. 
Unity of good and unreality of evil. Bost. 

Author. 1888. 
Cutten, G. B. (In his Three thousand years 

of mental healing.) 
For lives of Mrs. Eddy see Christian science. 
EddVt Richard. Universalism in America. 
Bost. Universalist pub. house. 1886. 2 v. 
History of Universalism. 1894. (Amer. 
church history, vol. X.) 
Eddjr* Sherwoo<L India awakening. Bost. 
Bd. of for. miss. C1911. (Forwsuxl mission 
study courses.) 
Ede, WQUam Moore. Clergy and social service. 

Mil. Young ch. 1913. 
Edbn, Garden of. Warren, W. F. Paradise 

found. 1885. 
Edersheim, AUred. Life and times of Jesus the 
Messiah. N. Y. Randolph. 2v. 
Prophecy and history in relation to the 
Messiah. N. Y. Randolph. 1885. (War- 
burton lect.) 
Sketches of Jewish social life. Lond. Rel. 

tract soc. n. d. 
The temple; its ministry and services as they 
were at the time of Jesus Christ. Londf. 
Rel. tract soc. n. d. 
World before the flood and the history of 
the patriarchs. Lond. Rel. tract soc 
n. d. 
Sdgerton, Mrs, W. Rowena. Favorite hymns 
and their authors; a book of biography, 
history and poetry. Pittsfield. Eagle co. 
C1907. 
Edgbworth, Maria. Oliver, G. A. Study of 

Maria Edgeworth. 1882. 
Eds^, Ernest Arthur. Enquiry into the evi- 
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Revelation of the Son of God; some questions 

and considerations arising out of a studv 

of second century Christianity. Lond. 

Macm. 191 1. (Hulsean lect.) 
Education. Adams, J. Evolution of educa- 
tional theory. 1913. (Schools of philosophy.) 
Berle, A. A. School in the home. 19 12. 
Bolton, F. E. Principles of education. 1910. 
Dexter, E. G. History of education in the 

United States. 1906. 
Eliot, C. W. Education for efficiency; New 

definition of the cultivated man. C1909. 
Froebel, F. W. A. Education of man. 1908. 

(Int. educ. ser.) 
Hall,G.S. Educational problems. 191 1. 2v. 
Henderson, C. H. Education and the larger 

life. [Essays.] I^. 
Hodgson, G. Primitive Christian education. 

1906. 
Home, H. H. Idealism in education. 19 10. 
Hughes, T. Loyola and the educational 

system of the Jesuits. 1892. 
Huntington, F. D. Unconscious tuition. 

CI878. 
Huxley, T. H. A liberal education, and 

where to find it; Scientific education; 

Educational value of the natural history 

sciences. (In his Lay sermons, etc.) 
King, H. C. Personal and ideal elements in 

eoucation. 1904* 
Mann, H. Lectures and annual reports on 

education. 1867. 
Martineau, H. Household education. 1880. 
Maurice, F. D. Has the church or the state 

the power to educate the nation? 1839. 
Monroe, P. Text-book in the history of 



education. 

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tional, industrial and political issues in the 
southern states. 1909. 
O'Shea, M. V. Education as adjustment. 
1910. 

— Social development and education. C1909. 
Pahner, G. H., and Palmer, A. F. The 

teacher; essajrs and addresses on education. 
1908. 
Parker, T. Education. (In his [Works]. 
Cent, ed.) 

— Education of the people (In his [Works]. 
Cent, ed.) 

— Education of the laboring classes. (In 
his [Works]. Cent, ed.) 

Quick, R. H. Essays on educational re- 
formers. Only authorized ed. 1890. 
(Int. educ. ser.) 

Religious Education Association. Education 
and national character, by H. C. King [and 
others]. 1908. 

Rosenkranz, J. K. F. Philosophy of educa- 
tion. 1907. (Int. educ. ser.) 

Rousseau, J. J. Emile; or, A treatise on 
education; tr. by W. H. Payne. 191 1. 

Rowe, S. H. Habit-formation and the 
science of teaching. New impr. 191^. 

Ruediger, W. C. Principles of education, 
cioio. 

Ruffh, C. E., and others. Moral training in 
the public schools: California prize essays. 
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Education— €>>ntinued. 
Scott, C. A. S>ocial education. CI908. 
Sidis. B. Philistine and jsenius. 191 1. 
Smith, C. S. Working with the people. 1908. 
A history of the People's Institate. 

Spencer, H. Education; intellectual, moral, 

and physical. 1870. 
Swift, E. J. Mind in the making. 1908. 

" A plea for the peraooal etemcnt In education, and 
for the extension of the experimental method." 

Thwing, C. F. History of education in the 
United States. 1910. 

— A liberal education and a liberal faith: 
baccalaureate addresses. 1903. 

Tucker, W. J. (In his PubUc mindedness.) 
1910. 

Tyler, J. M. Growth and education. 1907. 

Walker, F. A. Discussions in education. 
1889. 

Wendell, B. Of education, (/n Aif Privileged 
classes.) 

West, A. F. Alcuin and the rise of the 
Christian schools. 1892. (Great educa- 
tors.) 

Winship, A. E. Great American educators. 
CI900. 

— Jukes-Edwards; a study in education and 
heredity. 1900. 

See also Child study; Collies and universi- 
ties; Country schools; Ethics; Growth; 
Industrial education; Knowledge; Moral 
eifUcation; Normal schoob; Psychology, 
Educational; Religious education; Self- 
culture; Vocationaleducation; Youth. 
Education of the negro. From servitude to 
service; being the Old South lectures on 
the history and work of southern institu- 
tions for the education of the negro. 1905. 
See also Negro in the United States. 
Education of women. See Women. 
Education of Christ. Ramsay, W. M. 
Education of self. Dubois, P. 
Education of the central nervous system. 

Halleck, R. P. 
Education of the heart. Watldnson^ W. L. 
Education of the will. Payot, I. 
Educational evangelbm. Mciunley, C. E. 
Educational ideal in the ministry. Faunoe, 

W. H. P. 
Educational psychology. See Psychology, Edu- 
cational. 
BdwardSy Joiuithan, Inquiry into the modem 
prevailing notions ot that freedom of the 
will which is supposed to be essential to 
moral agency. N. Y. Leavitt. n. d. 
Unpublished essay on the Trinity. N. Y. 

Scribner. I003- 
Works. N. Y. CarvilL 1829-1830. lov. 
Same. N. Y., etc. Leavitt. 1843. 4V. 
Allen, A. V. G. Jonathan Edwards. 1889. 

(Amer. religious leaders.) 
Andover Theological Seminary. Exercises 
commemorating the two hundredth anni- 
versary of the birth oi Jonathan Edwards, 
Oct. 4-5, 1903. 
Fairbaim, A. M. (In his Prophets of the 

Christian faith.) 
Fisher, G. P. Philosophy of Jonathan 
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Fisher, C P. Unpublished essay of Edwards 
on the Trinity, with remarks on Edwards 
and his theology. 1903. 

Miller, S. Jonathan Edwards. 1902. (Amer. 
biography, vol. I. Sparks, J., ed,) 

Walker, W. (In his Great men of the Chris- 
tian church.) 1908. 

— (In his Ten New England leaders.) 
1901. 

BdwardSy Justin. Sabbath manual. N. Y. 

Amer. tract soc. n. d. 
BdwardSy Thomas Charles. Epistle to the 
Hebrews. N. Y. Armstrong, n. d. (Ex- 
positor's Bible.) 
Bdls» Myron. Marcus Whitman; pathfinder 

and patriot. Seattle. Harriman. IQ09. 
Efpiobnct. Dresser, H.W. Human efficiency. 

1912. 
Egbdb, Hans, afostle of Greenland. Field, C. 
Hans Egede m Greenland. (In his Heroes 
of missionary enterprise.) 
Walsh, W. P. Hans Egede, the apostle of 
Greenland. 1721-1758. (In his Heroes of 
the mission field.) 
Egypt. Brimmer, M. Egypt; three essays on 
the history, religion and art of ancient 
Egypt. 1892. 
Myres, J. L. Dawn of history in Egypt. 

(In his Dawn of history.) 
Petrie, W. M. F. Egypt and Israel. 191 1. 
Rawlinson, G. Egypt and Babylon from 

sacred and profane sources. 1885. 
Smith, G. E. Ancient Egyptians and their 
influence upon the civilization of Europe. 
191 1. ^Harper's libr. of living thought.) 
Wedgwood, J. Egypt the earliest nation. 
(In her Moral ideal New ed.) 1907. 

Anti^ities. 

Duncan, J. G. Exploration of Egypt and the 

Old TesUment. 1909. 
Erman, A. Life in ancient Egypt; tr. by 

H. M. Tirard 1894. 
Maspero, Sir G. C. C. Egygt: ancient sites 

and modem scenes; tr. by E. Lee. 191 1* 
Petrie, W. M . F. Ten years' digging in Egypt . 

1881-1891. 
Smvth, P. Oiu* inheritance in the Great 

Pyramid. 1877. 
Steindorff, G. Excavations in Egy^t. (In 

Ejcplorations in Bible lands during the 

nineteenth centunr. Hilprecht, H. V., ed,) 
Wilkinson, 5^ J. G. Manners and customs 

of the ancient Egyptians. New ed. by 

S. Birch. 1879. 3V. 

Description and traod. 

Copping, A. E. Jounalist in the Holy Land. 

1912. 
Dawson, Sir J. W. Egypt and Syria. 1885. 
Macmillan co., pvU. Guide to Palestine and 

Egypt. 1901. 

History, 

Breasted, J. H. History of E^ypt from the 
earliest times to the Persian conquest. 
1905. 

— History of the ancient Egyptians. 1908. 
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Church. R. W. Elijah. (In his Village 

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Lord, J. Elijah. (In his Beacon lights of 

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Matheson, G. (In his Representative men of 

the Bible: Adam to Job.) 
Meyer, F. B. Elijah and the secret of his 

power. (O. T. heroes.) 
Milligan, W. Elijah; his life and times. 

1890. (Men of the Bible.) 
Robertson, F. W. Elijah. (In his Sermons.) 
Rowlands, D. Elijah. (In Men of the O. T. : 

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Sears, E. H. Elijah. [Sermon.] (In his 

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Spaulding, H. G. Elijah and Elisha. (In 

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University administration. Bost. Houghton. 
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Elioty Cnristo^er Rhodes, and Staples, Charles 
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funerals. 1886. 
Eliot, George. See Cross, M. A. (E.) L. 
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Task of social hygiene. Bost. Houghton. 
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EUis, William Thomas. Men and missions. 

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Elmendorf, Dwight Lathrop. A camera crusade 
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Elmendorf, John James. Elements of moral 
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Outlines of lectures on the history of philoso- 
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Elocution. Monroe, L. B. Manual of physical 
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See also Oraitory; Voice culture. 
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Eaton. C1889. 
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Problems of to^iay. N. Y. Crowell. ci888. 
Social aspects of Christianity and other essays. 

N. Y. Crowell. 1889. 
Socialism. 6th ed. N. Y. CrowelL C1894. 
(Libr. of economics and politics.) 
Ely lectures. (Union Theol. Seminary.) 

1888. Credentials of science; Cooke, J. P. 
1890. Evidence of Christian ezpoience; 

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1899. Oriental relieions and Christianity; 

Ellinwood,F. F. 
1903. Development of Palestine explora- 
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Bmerson, Edward Waldo. Emerson in Con- 
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joint author. See Storey, M., and Emerson, 
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Emerson, George H. Life of Alonzo Ames 
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1896. 
Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Journals, 1820-1844; 
ed. by E. W. Emerson and W. E. Forbes. 
Bost. Houghton. 1909-1911. 6v. 
Poems. Bost. Houghton. C1867. 
Prose works. Bost. O^ood. 1873. 2 v. 
Works. Centenary ed. Bost. Houghton. 

1903. I2V. 

Cabot, J. E. Memoir of Ralph Waldo Emer- 
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Cooke, G. W. Ralph Waldo Emerson: his 

life, writings, and philosophy. ci88i. 
Eliot, C. W. {In his Four American leaders.) 
Emerson, E. W. Emerson in Concord. 

1889. 
Everett, C. C. Poems of Emerson. (In his 

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Maeterlinck, M. On Emerson, and other 

essays; tr. by M. J. Moses. 1912. 
Morley, J. Emerson. (In his Critical mis- 
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Parker, T. Ralph Waldo Emerson. (In 

*MlWorksl. Cent, ed.) 
M^lson, S. L. Theology of Emerson. (In 

his Theology of modem literature.) 
Emerson, Wnffiim. Historical sketch of the 

First church in Boston from its formation 

to the present period. Bost. Munroe. 

1812. 
Emerton, Ephraim. Desiderius Erasmus of 

Rotterdam. N. Y. Putnam. 1899. 

(Heroes of the reformation.) 
Introduction to the study of the middle ages. 

Bost. Ginn. 1899. 
Mediaeval Europe. (814-1300.) Bost. 

Ginn. 1894. 
Unitarian thought. N. Y. Macm. 191 1. 
Emhanubl ifOVBMBNT. Brown, C. R. The 

Emmanuel movement. (In his Faith and 

health.) 
Fallows, S. Health and happiness; or, 

Religious therapeutics and right living. 

1908. 
MacDonald, R. Mind, religion and health, 

with an appreciation of the Emmanual 

movement. 1908. 
Powell, L. P. The Emmanuel movement in 

a New England town; a systematic account 

of experiments and reflections designed to 

determine the proper relationship between 

the minister and tne doctor in the light of 

modem needs. 1909. 
Worcester, E., and McComb, S. Christian 

religion as a healing power: a defense and 

exposition of the Emmanuel movement. 

1909. 
— and others. Religion and medicine; the 

moral control of nervous disorders. 1908. 
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Emmet, Cyril W. Eschatological question in 
the gospels, and other studies in recent 
New Testament criticism. Edin. Clark. 
1911. 

Emmons, NathanaeL Platform of ecclesiastical 
government. Bost. Congr. bd. of publ. 
1355. 

Prefixed to the Cambridge platform of church dis- 
cipline. 

Park, E. A. Memoir of Nathanael Emmons. 
1861. 
Emmott, Elizabeth Braithwaite. Story of 

Quakerism. Lond. Headley. 19 12. 
Emotions. Ribot, T. A. Psychology of the 
emotions. 191 1. 
Watson, T. (Ian Maclaren.) Jesus' criti- 
cism of emotion. (In his Inspiration of 
our faith; sermons.) 
See also Ethics; Pain; Pleasure; Psychology. 
Empiricism. James, W. Essays in radical 

empiricism. 19 12. 
Enchiridion. Augustine, St. 
England. 

Church history. 

Bede, The Venerable. Ecclesiastical history 
of the English nation, ed. by J. A. Giles. 
2d ed. 1849. (Bohn's antiq. libr.} 

— [Venerabiiis Bedae opera historica.] 
Recognovit, commentario instruxit, Carolus 
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Latin text with English translation and notes. 

Bright, W. Chapters of early English church 
history. 3d eel. 1897. 

Cox, J. C. Sanctuaries and sanctuary seekers 
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Fuller, T. Church history of Britain from 
the birth of Jesus Christ until the year 
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Gee, H., and Hardy, W. J., eds. Documents 
illustrative of English church history. 19 10. 

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Lane, C. A. Illustrated notes on English 
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Lingard, J. History and antiquities of the 
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Pierce, W. Historical introduction to the 
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Constitution. 

Beaconsfield, B. D., ist earl of. Vindication of 
the English constitution. 1835. 

Description and travel. 
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revolution in England in the eighteenth 
century. 1908. 

History. 

Anglo-Saxon chronicle; ed. by J. A. Giles. 

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(Story of the nations.) 
Craik, G. L., and others. Pictorial history of 

England. 1 846-1 848. 4V. 
Dexter, H. M., and Dexter, M. The England 

and Holland of the Pilgrims. 1905. 
Froude, J. A. History of England from the 

fall of Wolsey to the defeat of the Spanish 

Armada. 1870. I3v. 
Gardiner, S. R., ed. Constitional documents 

of the Puritan revolution. 1625-1660. 



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Giles, J. A., ed. Six old English chronicles. 
1848. (Bohn's antiq. libr.) 

ContenU: Bthehrerd't chronide. — AVer's lif« 
of Alfred. — Geoffrey of Monmouth's British his- 
tory. — Gildas. Nennius. — Richard of Orencester. 

Green, J. R. History of the English people. 
N. Y. Harper. 1882. av. 

— Short history of the English people. 1897. 

Ledcy, W. E. H. History of England in the 
eighteenth century. 1878. 2 v. 

Lee, G. C, ed. Source-book of English his- 
tory; leading documents with illustrative 
material from contemporary writers. 2d 
ed. 1909. 

ContenU: Pt. I. BibUomphy of sources. — Pt. II. 
Pre-Nonnan period. — Pt. III. From the oonqoest 
to the charter. — Pt. IV. From the charter to the 
reformation. — Pt. V. The Tudor period. — Pt. VI. 
Struggle for oonstitutiottal government. — Pt. VII. 
Knghtnd a ooostltutional monarchy. — Pt. VIII. 
The nineteenth century. 

Macaulay, T. B. History of England from 

the accession of James the Second. 1849- 

185}. 4v. 
Trevelyan, G. M. England in the age of 

Wycliffe. New ed. 1909. 
William of Malmesbury, Chronicle of the 

kings of England. With notes by J. A. 

Giles. 1847. (Bohn's antiq. libr.) 

Social life. 

Jessopp, A. Village life in Norfolk six hundred 
years ago. (In his Coming of the friars.) 
English Bible. See Bible. 
English hymns. Duffield, S. W. 
English language. Smith, L. P. English 

language. C1912. 
£n(H.ish litbraturb. Arnold, T. Manual of 
English literature. i876« 
Brooke, S. A. History ot early English litera- 
ture. 1893. 
Underwood, F. H. Handbook of English 

literature. 1871. Vol. I. 
Walker, H. English literature. (In Cam- 
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See also American literature ; American poetry ; 
English poetry and poets; Literature. 
English literature in account with religion. 
Chapman, E. M. 



English men of letters. 

Browning; Chesterton, G. K. 

Carlyle; Nichol, J. 

Coleridge; Traill, H. D. 

Milton; Pattison^ M. 
English pobtrt. Gunsaulus, F. The higher 
ministries of recent English poetry. C1907. 

Stubbs, C. W. The Christ of English poe- 
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En(H.ish poets. Brooke, S. A. Four Victorian 
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— Theology in the English poets. 1896. 

Johnson, S. Lives of the most eminent Eng- 
lish poets. 1 861. 2v. 

Reed, H. Lectures on the British poets. 
1857. 2V. 

Robertson, E. S. English poetesses. 1883. 

Stedman, E. C. Victorian poets. [27th ed.) 
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Environment. Black, H. Law of environ- 
ment. (In Listening to God: sermons.) 

Boas, F. Influence of environment upon 
human types. (In his Mind of primitive 
mind.) 

Henderson, L. J. Fitness of the environment ; 
an inquiry mto the biological significance 
of the properties of matter. 1013. 

Semple, E. C. Influences of geographic 
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Wallace, A. R. Social environment and moral 
progress. 1913. 

See also Evolution. 
Bphrem ihe Syrian, St. Hymns and homilies; 
ed. by J. Gwynn. (In Nicene and post- 
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Select works, with notes by J. B. Morris. 

Oxford. Parker. 1847. (Libr. of fathers, etc.) 

Bpictetus. Discourses; tr. from the Greek ' 

T. W. Higginson. (In Rand, B., 

Classical moralists.) 

Works; tr. by T. W. Higginson. Bost. 
Little. 1866. 

Farrar, F. W. (In his Seekers after God.) 
Epicureanism. Cushman, H. E. (In his 
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Hegel, G. W. F. Philosophy of the Epicu- 
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philosophy, II.) 

Hicks, R. D. Stoic and Epicurean. 19 10. 
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Hyde, W. D. The Epknirean pursuit of 
pleasure. (In his From Epicurus to Christ.) 

Lucretius Carus, T. On the nature of things; 
tr. by Cyril Bailey. 1910. 

Rand, B., ed. The Epicurean ethics; tr. 
from the Greek by C. D. Yonge. (In his 
Classical moralists.) 

Shakspeare, C. The Epicureans and modem 
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Zeller, E. Stoics, Epicureans, and Sceptics. 
1870. 
EncuRUS, Greeh thUosopher. Rogers, R. A. P. 
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Taylor, A. £. Epicurus. (railosophies, 
ancient and modem.) 
Epidemics. Su Black death. 
Episcopacy. Cooke, R. J. Historic episco- 
pate; study of Anglican claims and Metho- 
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Forrester, H. Christian unity and the his- 
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Gore. C. Orders and unity. 1909. 

Hams, W. L. Relation of the Episcopacy to 
the General conference. ci888. 

Taylor, J. Sacred order and offices of episco- 
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Thompson, R. E. The historic episcopate. 
1910. 

Wilson, H. A. Ej^iscopacy and unity; a 
historical inquiry mto the relations between 
the Church of England and the non- 
episcopal churches at home and abroad; 
from the reformation to the repeal of the 
Ocotsional conformity act. 1912. 

See also Apostolic succession; Church polity; 
Martin Marprelate controversy; also Names 
of churches. 
Epitaphs. Bridgman, T. Memorials of the 
dead in Boston. 1852. 

— Epitaphs from Copp's Hill burial ground. 
1851. 
Epien Percy Harold, joint author. See Guthrie, 

E. G., and others. 
Epochs of church history. Creishton, M., sd, 

1886-1889. 15V. 5^ Church history. 
Epochs of history. 

Era of the Protestant revolution. SeebcAm, F. 
Epochs of philosophy. 

Philosophy of the enlightenment. Hibben, 
J.G. 

Stoic and Epicurean. Hicks, R. D. 
Epworth lbagub. Berry, J. M. Four won- 
derful years: sketch of the origin, srowth 
and working plans of the Epworth league. 
CI893. 
Equauty. Brierley, J. (/» his Secret of 
living.) 

Scudder, V. D. (In her Socialism mid char- 
acter.) 
Erasmus, Dbsidbrius. Emerton, E. De- 
siderius Erasmus of Rotterdam. 1899. 
(Heroes of the reformation.) 

Faulkner, J. A. Erasmus the scholar. C1907. 

Froude, J. A. Life and letters of Erasmus. 
1894. 

Seebohm, F. The Oxford reformers, Cokt, 
Erasmus, More. 191 1. 
Brdmamiy Joluum Ediuurd. History of philoso- 
phy. Enffl. translation ed. by W. S. 
Hough. Lond. Sonnenschein. 1910. 3v. 
Erigbna, Johannes Scotus. Blewett, G. J, 
Erigena: the division of nature. (In his 
Study of nature and the vision of God.) 

Jones, R. M. A great light in the dark ages: 
John the Scot, called Erigena. (In his 
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Bmuuit Adolf. Handbook of Egyptian religion. 
N. Y. Dutton. 1907. 

Life in ancient Egypt; tr. by H. M. Tirard 
Lond. Macm. 1894. 
Bnkine, Thomas. Doctrine of election and 
its connection with the general tenor of 
Christianity. 2d ed. Edin. Douglas. 
1878. 

Letters, ed. by W. Hanna. Edin. Douglas. 
1884. 

Spiritual order, and other papers. Edin. 
Doufflas. 1884. 

Unconditional freeness of the gospel. Edin. 
Douglas. 1879. 



EnUne, Thomas — Continued. 

Wedgwood, J. Thomas Erskine of Linlathen. 

(In her Nmeteenth century teachers and 

other essays.) 
Esau, twin brother of Jacob, Dawson. W. J. 

The sin of Esblu, [Sermon.] (In his 

Threshold of manhood.) 
Mill^an, G. Esau. (In Men of the O. T.: 

Cam to David. MUligan, G., and others,) 
Smith, G. A. Esau. (In his Forgiveness of 

sins, and other sermons.) 
Walpole, G. H. S. (In his Personality and 

power.) 
Whyte, A. (In his Bible characters: Adam 

to Achan.) 
EscHATOLOGT. Beet, J. A. Last things. 1897. 
Dobschtttz, E. von. The eschatology of the 

gospels. 19 10. 
Dorner, I. A. Domer on the future state: 

being a translation of the section of his 

System of Christian doctrine comprising 

the doctrine of the last things; with intro- 
duction and notes by Newman Smyth. 

1883. 
Emmet, C. W. Eschatological question in 

the gospels. 191 1. 
Farrar, F. W. Eternal hope: five sermons. 

1878. 
— Mercy and judgment. 1881. 
Httgel, F. von. Eternal life: a study of its 

implications and applications. 1912. 
Keni^y, H. A. A. St. Paul's conceptions 

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Langdon, S. H. Babylonian eschatology. 

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Lee, S. Eschatology. i8to. 
Luckock, H. M. After death; examination 



of the testimony of primitive times respect- 
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Muirhead, L. A. Eschatology of Jesus. 
1904. (United free church coll. lect.) 

Oesterley, W. O. E. Doctrine of the last 
things. 1909. 

Qzenham, H. N. Catholic eschatology and 
univerKdism. 1878. 

Smith, S. Divine government. 5th ed. 
1877. 

Snowden, J. H. Last things. (In his Basal 
beliefs of Christianity.) 

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ment; Heaven; Hell; Intermediate state. 

Essays in modem theology and related subjects 

eithered and published as a testimonial to 
harles Augustus Briggs on the completion 
of his seventieth year, January 15, 191 1. 
N. Y. Scribner. 191 1. 
Etch one catalogued aeparatdy. 

Sssavs on some theological questions of the day, 
by members of the University of Cambridge; 
ed. by H. B. Swete. Lond. Macm. 1905. 
(Cambridge theological essays.) 

OmtenU: i. The Chrigrfain aCandpoiiit; Cmmiiig- 
ham. W.~3. Beinc of God; Tennant, F. R. — 
3. Being of God;^^Jdecott. A. — 4* Man's origin 
and liis place in nature; Duckworth, W. L. H. — 

5. Sin and the need of atonement: Aslnfrith, B. H. — 

6. Idea of revelation; Wilson, J. M. — 7. Piurcr, 
in rektion to the idea of law; Robinson. A. W.— 

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Essays — G>ntinued. 

10. The coq>eto, in the light of historical critidBm: 
Chase. F. H. — ii. Christ in the N. T.: the primi- 
tive portrait; Mason, A. J. — 12. Christ in the 
church: the testimony of history; Jackson, F. J. 
Foakes-. — 13. Christian doctrines and their ethical 
significance; Baker, J. F. Bethune-. — 14. The 
^^istian ideal and the Christian hope; BuUer. H. M. 

BssijSy philosophical and psychological, in 
nonor of William J[ames, by his colleagues at 
Columbia University. N. Y., etc. Longm. 
1908. 
Essays. Brooks, P. Essays and addresses, 
religious, literarv and social. i8c)4. 

Bushnell, H. Building eras in religion. 1881. 

Horton, R. F. Great issues. 1909. 

Martineau, J. Essays, reviews and addresses. 
1890^1891. 4v. See Author entry. 

MttUer, F. M. Chips from a German work- 
shop. 1 869-1 87 1. 2v. See Author entry. 

Spencer, H. Essays, moral, political and 
Aesthetic. 1865. 

See also History; Philosophy; Religion; The- 
ology. 
EssBNBS, Jewish sect. Li^htfoot, J. B. The 
Essenes. (In his Dissertations on the 
apostolic age.) 
Bttes, David Foster. Outline of New Testament 

theology. Bost. Silver. 1900. 
BsteSf H. C. Christian doctrine of the soul. 

Bost. Noyes. 1873. 
Esther, queen of Persia. Doane, W. C. 
Esther. (In Women of the Bible. Chad- 
wick, J. W., and others.) 

Horton, R. F. (In his Women of the O. T.) 

Whyte, A. (In his Bible characters: Ahitho- 
phel to Nehemiah.) 
Eternal life. HOgel, F. von. 
Eternal punishment. See Future punishment. 
Ether, medium of transmission of Ught and heat. 
Lodge, Sir O. J. The ether of space. 1909. 
(Harper's libr. of living thought.) 
Ethical and religious value of the novel. Balm- 

forth, R. 
Ethics. Aikman, W. Life at home. 1871. 

Al^r, G. W. Moral overstrain. 1906. 

Aristotle. Nicomachsean ethics. 1908. 2 v. 

Beecher, H. W. Beauties of moral qualities. 
(In his Sermons, 2d sen) 

— Self-conceit in morals. (In his Sermons, 
ist ser.) 

Blaclde, J. S. Four phases of morals. 1878. 

Bowne, 6. P. Principles of ethics. 1892. 

Bruce, W. S. Ethics of the Old Testament. 
1895. 

Bryant, S. Teaching of morality in the 
family and the school. 1897. 

Buckley, J. M. Oato or wild oats? 1885. 

Bushnell, H. Moral uses of dark things. 
1881. 

Cabot, E. L. Ethics for children. CI910. 

Chadwick, J. W. Concerning morals. [Ser- 
mon.] (In his Faith of reason.) 

Dewey, J., and Tufts. J. H. Ethics. 1908. 
(Amer. science series.) 

Dole, C. F. Ethics of progress; or, The 
theory and the practice by which civiliza- 
tion proceeds. CI909. 

Duff, A. Theology and ethics of the Hebrews. 
1902. (Semitic ser.) 

Elmendorf , J. J. Elements of moral theology. 
1902. 



Ethics — Continued. 
Evans, E. P. Evolutional ethics and animal 

psychology. 1898. 
Everett, C. C. Ethics for young people. 1892. 
Fichte, J. G. Science of ethics. 1897. 
Fitch, M. H. Physical basb of mmd and 

morals. 1908. (Int. libr. of social science.) 
Fowler, T., and Wilson, J. M. Principles 

of morals. 1886. 2 v. 

Life: a book for young men. 



Geikie, J. 

1870. 
Green, T. H. 
Grig^ffs, E. H. 



Prolegomena to ethics. 1890. 
Moral education. 1904. 

— the new humanism: studies in personal 
and social development. 1900. 

Hadley, A. T. Standards of public morality. 

1907. (Kennedy lect. 1906.) 
Hargreaves, J. G. Blunders of vice and folly. 

1870. 
Hams, G. Moral evolution. 1896. 
Hegel, G. W. F. Ethics of Hegel; translated 

selections from his '* Rechtsphilosophie"; 

with introduction by T. M. Sterrett. 1893. 
Hobhouse, L. T. Morals in evolution. 1906. 

2V. 

Hyde, W. D. Practical ethics. C1892. 

Hyslop, J. H. Ethics of the Greek philoso- 
phers, Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle; a 
lecture; ed. by C. M. Higgins. 1903. 
(Evolution of ethics, vol. i.) 

^let, P. Theory of morals. 1883. 
nt, L Critique of practical reason. 1889. 

— Metaphysic of ethics, i860. 
Kennett, R. H., and others. EaxXy ideals of 

righteousness; Hebrew, Greek and Roman. 
1910. 

Contents: I. Hebrew coiicei>tloiis of righteooneM 
and sin; by R. H. Kennett. — II. Greek ideals of 
rishteoosness; by Mrs. Adam. — III. Roman ideals 
ofrighteousness; by H. M. Gwatkin. 

Ladd, G. T. Philosopher of conduct: a 

treatise on the facts, principles and ideals 

of ethics. 1902. 
Lecky, W. E. H. History of European morals 

from Augustus to Charlemagne. 1869. 2 v. 
Ludlow, T. M. Incentives (or life, personal 

and public. 1902. 
Mackenzie, J. S. Manual of ethics. 1897. 
Martineau, J. Types of ethical theory. 

1886. 2V. 
Mitchell, H. G. Ethics of the Old Testament. 

1912. 
Muirhead, J. H. Elements of ethics. 1908. 
Myers, P. V. History as past ethics: an 

mtroduction to the history of morals. CI913. 
Nietzsche, F. Beyond good and evil. 1909. 
Palmer, G. H. Field of ethics. C1901. 

(W. B. Noble lect.) 

— Nature of goodness. 1903. 
Paulsen, F. System of ethics. 1900. 
Peabody, A. P. Manual of moral philosophy. 

1873. 

Peabody, F. G. Approach to the social ques- 
tion; an introduction to the study of social 
ethics. 1909. 

Perry, R. B. Moral economy. 1909. 

Porter, N. Elements of moral science. 1885. 

Rand, B., ed. Classical moralists; selections 
illustrating ethics from Socrates to Marti- 
neau. CI909. 
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Rashdall, H. Theory of good and evil. 

1907. 2V. 
Rog^ers, R. A. P. Short history of ethics, 

Greek and modem. 1 9 1 1 . 
Roosevelt, T. Applied ethics. 191 1. 
Seneca, L. A. On benefits; tr. by A. Stewart. 

1905. 

— Seneca's morals. 4th Amer. ed 1807. 
Seth, J. Study of ethical principles. 1908. 
Sheldon, W. L. Ethical movement. 1896. 
Sidgwick, H. Lectures on the ethics of T. H. 

Green, Herbert Spencer and James Marti- 
neau. 1902. 

— Methods of ethics. 1877. 

— Practical ethics. 1898. 

Slater, T. Manual of moral theology for 
English-speaking countries, with notes on 
American legislation by Michael Martin. 
1908. 

Spencer, H. Data of ethics. 1879. 

— Principles of ethics. 1898. 2 v. 
Spinoza, B. Ethics, tr. by Henry Smith. 

(In Smith, H. Spinoza and his environment.) 

Stephen, L. Science of ethics. 1882. 

Thflly, F. Introduction to ethics. 1900. 

Wedgwood,!. Moral ideal. 1907. 

WestermarcK, £. A. Origin and development 
of the moral ideas. 2v. 1906. 

Wilson, J. M., and Fowler, T. Principles of 
morals. 1886. 2 v. 

Winterbum, F. H. Nursery ethics. C1895. 

Wundt, W. M. Ethics: an investigation of 
the facts and laws of the moral life; tr. 
from 2d Germ. ed. by E. B. Titchener [and 
others]. 1897-1907. 3V. 

See also Amusements; Business ethics; 
Character; Christian ethics; Christian life; 
Conduct; Conscience; Couraee; Dut^r; 
Emotions; Evil; Goodness; Habit; Happi- 
ness; Honesty; Hope; Justice; Love; 
Loyalty; Patience; Patriotism; Philoso- 
phy; Responsibility 
control; Self-denial 
sacrifice; Sincerity; 
Ojjy; Temperance; 



Reverence; Self- 
Self-reliance; Self- 
Social ethics; Sociol- 
Temptation; Utilita- 



rianism; Worldliness; Worry, 
Ethics and etiquette of the pulpit, pew, parish, 

press and platform. Henderson, H. 
Ethics and the family. Lofthouse, W. F. 
Ethics of force. Warner. H. E. 
Ethics of the dust. Rusldn, T. 
Ethn(»logy. Bryce, J. Relations of the ad- 
vanced and the backward races of mankind. 
1902. 
Warren, W. F. Paradise found: the cradle 
of the human race at the North pole; a 
study of the prehistoric world. 3d ed. 1 885. 
See also Archaeologv; Aryans; Evolution; 
Folk-lore; Man; Mvtholoffy. 
Etiqubttb. Bazar book of decorum. C1870. 

Perfect gentleman. The. ci86o. 
Eucharist. See Communion; Lord's supper. 
Sa^en, Roddph. Back to religion. Bost. 
Pilgrim^ press. C1912. 
Christianity and the new idealism; a study 
in the religious philosophy of to-day. Londf. 
Harper, i^. 
Life ot the spirit; an introduction to philoso- 
tr. by F. L. Pogson. 2d ed. N. Y. 
utnam. 1909. (C. 1. 1.) 



Bucken, Rudolph — Continued. 

Life's basis and life's ideal; the fundamentals 
of a new philosophy of lile. Lond. Black. 

Main currents of modem thought; a study of 
the spiritual and intellectual movements of 
the present day; tr. [from 4th Germ, ed.] 
by M. Booth. N. Y. Scribner. 1912. 

Meaning and value of life. Lond. Black. 

Problem of human life as viewed by the g;reat 
thinkers from Plato to the present time; 
tr. by W. S. Hough and W. R. B. Gibson. 
N. Y. Scribner. 1909. 

Religion and life. Lond. Brit, and for. Unit, 
assoc. 191 1. 

Truth of religion. N. Y. Putnam. 1911. 
(Theol. transl. libr.) 

Gibson, W. R. B. Rudolf Eucken's philoso- 
phy of life. 1906. 

Hermann, E. Eucken and Bergson. 1912. 

Jones, W. T. Interpretation of Rudolf 
Eucken's philosophy. 1912. (C. t. L) 

Sheldon, H. C. Rudolf Eucken's message to 
our age. C1913. 
EuGBNics. Castle, W. E., and others. Heredity 
and eugenics; lectures summarizing recent 
advances in knowledge in variation, heredity 
and evolution, and its relation to plant, 
animal and human improvement and wel- 
fare. C1912. 

Davenport, C. B. Heredity in relation to 
eugenics. 1911* 

Ellis, H. H. Race res;eneration. 191 1. 

— Task of social hygiene. 1912. 

Jordan, D. S. Heredity of Richard Roe. 
1911. 

— The human harvest. ci9o;r. 
Kellicott, W. E. Social direction of human 

evolution. 191 1. 

Saleeby, C. W. Parenthood and race culture. 
1909. 

Su also Heredity. 
EuuPiDBS. Adam, J. Euripides. {In his Re- 
ligious teachers of Greece.) 

EuROPB. History. 

Middle ages, 

B^mont, C, and Monod, G. Medieval 
Europe. 1906. 

Bryce, J. Holy Roman empire. 1887. 

Emerton, E. Mediaeval Europe. 1894. 

Hallam, H. View of the state of Europe 
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Thatcher, O. J., and McNeal, E. H., editors 
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the history of Europe in the middle age. 
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Cootentt: I. The GermaiM and the empire to 1073. 

— II. The papacy to the acceflsion of Gregory VIL 

— III. Strugi^e between the empire and the papacy. 

— IV. The empire, 1250-1500. — V. The church, 
X350-1500. — VI. Feudaiiom. — VII. Courts, judi- 
cial processes, and the oeace. — VIII. Monastidsm. 

— IX. The crusades. 



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- X. Social classes and cities 
in Germany. 

See also History; Middle ages. 
Eiisebhis Pamphilus, Church history; Con- 

stantine. 1890. (Nicene and post-Nicene 

fathers, 2d sen, vol. I.) 
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A.D. 431 to A.D. 594. (/n Theodoret. 

Histonr of the church, a.d. 323 to A.D. 427.) 

(Bohn 8 ecdes. libr.) 
Srangelical Alliance. History, essays, orations 

and other documents of the sixth general 

conference, Oct. 2-12, 1873. Ed. by P. 

SchaflF and S. I. Prime. N. Y. Harper. 

1874. 
National needs and remedies; discussions 

of the conference held in Boston, Dec. 4-6, 

1889. N.Y. Baker. 18^. 
National perils and opportunities; discussions 

of the conference held in Washington, D. C, 

Dec 7-^, 1887. N. Y. Baker. 1887. 
Erangelical AssodatlcuL Evaneelical hymn and 

tune book. Cleveland [O.j. Evan. Assoc. 

1904. 
Evangelisches Gesangbuch. Cleveland [O.]. 

Evang. Assoc 1903. 
Spreng, S. P. History of the Evangelical 

Association. 1894. (Amer. church his- 
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Evangelical hymnal. Hall, C. C, and Lasar, S. 
EvANGBLisif. Broadhurst, C. N. Personal 

work; or, Brinnng men to Christ. [CI912.] 
Dawson, W. T. The evangelistic note. 1005. 
Drummond, H. The new evangelism and its 

relation to cardinal doctrines. (In his 

New evangelism, and other addresses.) 
Gilbert, P. J. King's greatest business. 

Goodell, C. L. Pastoral and personal evangel- 
ism. CI 907. 

Grenfell, W. T. What will you do with Jesus 
Christ? CI910. 

Hamilton, W. W. Sane evangelism. CI909. 

Johnston, H. A. Studies for personal worloers. 
1905. 

— Studies in God's methods of training 
workers. 1900. 

lowett, J. H. The passion for souls. CI905. 

Leete, F. D. Every-day evangelism, personsd, 
trained, co-operative. C1909. 

Mabie, H. C. Method in soul-winnii^ on 
home and foreign fields. CI906. 

Men and Religion Forward Movement. 
Evangelism. (Messages^ vol. III.) 

Pierson, A. T. Evangelistic work in principle 
and practice. ciSSj. 

Stone, J. T. Recruiting for Christ. C1910. 

Trumbull, H. C. Individual work for indi- 
viduals. C1901. 

See also Missions; Revivals. 
Svans, Charles. Friends in the seventeenth 

century. New ed. Phila. 1885. 
Evans, Edward Payton. Evolutional ethics and 
animal psychology. N. Y. Appleton. 
1898. 
Evans, Howard. Sir Randal Cremer: hb life 

and work. 'Bost. Ginn. 1910. 
Evans, Sebastian, transi. Holy Graal. [3d ed.] 
Lond. Dent. 1902. 2v. (Temple classics.) 
Everett, Alexander uUL Joseph Warren. 1902. 
(American biography, vol. X. Sparks, J., 
ed.) 
Everett, Charles CarrolL Essays; theological 
and literary. Bost. Houghton. 1901. 

Ethics for young people. Bost. Ginn. 1892. 

Fichte's science o( knowledge; a critical exposi- 
tion. 2d ed. Chi. Gnggs. 1892. 



Everett, Charles Carroll — Continued. 
Gospel of Paul. Bost. Houghton. 
Immortality, and other essays. 

A. U. A. 1002. 
Poetry, comedy and duty. Bost. A. U. A. 

1910. 
Psychological elements of religious faith; ed. 

by E. Hale. N. Y. Macm. 1902. 
Theism and the Christian faith; lectures. 

N. Y. Macm. 1909. 
Everett, Edward. John Stark. N.Y. Harper. 

1902. (Amer. biography, vol. V. Sparks, 

Life of George Washington. N. Y. SheMon. 

i860. 
Everett. 'William. Oration in honor of Col. 

William Prescott, Bost., Oct. 14, 1895. 

Bost. 1896. 
School sermons. Bost. Roberts. 1882. 
Everts, IKniUam Wallace. Pastor's handbook. 

N.Y. Sheldon. 1861. 
Life of W. W. Everte, by his son. 1891. 
Evetts. Basil Thomas Alfred. New light on the 

Bible and the Holy Land. Lond. Cassell. 

1892. 
Evidences of Christianity. See Apologetics. 
Evil. Adam, J. Ancient Greek views of 

suffering and evil. {In his >^tality of 

Platonism, and other essays.) 
Burton, M. L. Problem of evil. 1909. 
Caird, T. Origin and nature of evil. (In his 

Fundamental ideas of Christianity.) 
Cox, S. Genesis of evil and other sermons. 

1880. 
Fiske, J. The mystery of evil. (In his 

Through nature to God.) 
Momerie, A. W. Origin of evil and other 

sermons. 1888. 
Naville, J. E. Problem of evil. 1871. 
Petavel, E. Extinction of evil. 1889. 
Rc^rs, A. K. The problem of evil. (In 

his Religious conception of the world.) 
Royce, J. The problem of Job. (In his 

Studies of good and evil.) 
— Knowledge of good and evil. (In his 

Studies of good and evil.) 
Simpson, T. G. Personality of evil. [Ser- 
mon.] (in his Christian ideals.) 
Temple, W. The atonement and the problem 

of evil. (In his The faith and modem 

thought.) 
Ward, J. Problem of evil. (In his Realm 

of ends.) 
Warschauer, J. Evil versus divine goodness. 

(In his Problems of immanence, chapters 

VI-VII.) 
See also Sin. 
Evil and evolution. By the author of " The 

social horizon." Lond. Macm. 1896. 
EvcMLunoN. Abbott, L. Theology of an evolu- 
tionist. 1897. 
Amer. Assoc, for the Advancement of Science. 

Fifty years of Darwinism: modem aspects of 

evolution; centennial addresses in honor 

of Charles Darwin. 1909. 
Beecher, H. W. Evolution and religion; 

sermons. 1885. 
Bergson, H. L. Creative evolution; tr. by 

A. Mitchell. 191 1. 
Calderwood, H. Evolution and man's place 

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Evolution— Contiiiued. 
Clodd, E. Pioneers of evolution from Thales 

to Huxley, with an intermediate chapter 

on the causes of arrest of the movement. 

1897. 
Curtis, G. T. Creation or evolution? 1887. 
Dadson, A. J. Evolution and its bearing on 

reli^ons. 190 1. 
Darwin, C. R. Descent of man. 1871. 2 v. 

— Orip;in of species bjr means of natural 
selection, n. d. 2v. in i. (World's fa- 
mous books.) 

Dawson, Sir J. W. Modem ideas of evolu- 
tion as related to revelation and science. 
1890. 

Drummond, H. Ascent of man. 1894. 
(Lowell Inst, lect.) 

Evil and evolution. By the author of " The 
social horizon." 1896. 

Fiske, J. Excursions of an evolutionist. 

Fitch, M. H. Physical basis of mind and 
morab. 1908. 

In this book it is intended to ihow that '* Mind *' is a 
biological evolution and that " Morals '* evolve with 
the body and " Mind." 

Gerard, J. The old riddle and the newest 

answer. 1904. 
Haeckel, E. Evolution of man. 1879. 2 v. 

— History of creation. 1883. 2 v. 

— Riddle of the universe at the dose of the 
nineteenth century. 1900. 

Harris, G. Moral evolution. 1896. 

Hart, H. M., and Hirsch, E. G. Evolution 

in its relation to man and religion. (In 

Theology at the dawn of the twentieth 

century. Morgan, J. V., ed,) 
Hobhouse, L. T. Development and purpose; 

an essay towards a philosophy of evolution. 

1913. 

— Mind in evolution. 1901. 

Howison, G. H. Limits of evolution and 

other essays. 1901. 
Johnson, F. The Christian's relation to 

evolution. ci004« 
Le Conte, J. Evolution and its rekttion to 

religious thought. 1888. 
Lisle, W. M. Evolution of spiritual man. 

McCosh, J. Religious aspect of evolution. 

i8qo. 
Mackenae, H. Evolution illuminating the 

Bible. 1892. 
Macran. F. W. Theology and evolution; 

Moral significance of evolution. (In his 

English apologetic theology.) 1905. 
Mivart, St. G. On the genesis of species. 

1871. 
Patterson, R. Errord of evolution. 
Sava^, M. J. Religion of evolution. 1876. 
Schmidt, E. O. IJoctrine of descent and 

Darwinism. 1883. ^ (Int. sd. ser.) 
Seward, A. C. Darwin and modem science. 

'909. 
Thomson, G. Evolution and involution. 

1880. 
Waggettj P. N. The more general effect of 

evolutionary doctrine. (In his Sdentific 

temper in religion.) 

— The Bible and evolution. (In his 
Scientific temper in religion.) 



Evolution — Continued. 
Wallace, A. R. The world of life a manifesta- 
tion of creative power, directive mind and 

ultimate purpose. 19 1 1 • 
See also biology; Darwinism; Creation; 

Degeneration; Environment; Heredity; 

Man; Religion and sdence. 
Evolution and ethics. Huxley, T. H. 
Evolution and its bearing on religions. Dadson, 

A. J. 
Evolution and religion; sermons. Beecher, 

H.W. 
Evolution and religion. St. John, C. E. 
Evolution and the fall. Hall, F. J. 
Evolution of a great literature. Mann, N. 
Evolution of Christianity. Abbott, L. 
Evolution of church music Humphreys, F. L. 
Evolution of immortality. McConnell, S. D. 
Evolution of marriage. Letoumeau, C. 
Evolution of modem capitalism. Hobson, J. A. < 
Evolution of religion. Caird. E. 
Evolution of religion. Famell, L. R. 
Evolution of the English Bible. Hoare, H. W. 
Evolution of the idea of God. Allen, G. 
Evolution of the Messianic idea. Oesterley, 

W.O.E. 
Evolution of the Sunday school. Cope, H. F. 
Evolution of theology in the Greek philosophers. 

Caird, E. 
Ewa. a tale of Korea. Noble, W. A. 
Bwaidy Otorg Heinrich Aufost History of 

Israel. Tr. from the German. Ed. by 

Russell Martineau [and others]. Lond. 

Longm. 1869-1886. 8v. 
Isaiah, chapters I-XXXIII. Camb. [Eng.] 

Deighton. 1869. 
Old and New Testament theology. Edin. 

Clark. 1888. 
Ewer, Ferdinand Cartwright Catholidty in 

its relationship to Protestantism and 

Romanism. N. Y. Putnam. 1878. 
Examination of Canon Liddon's Bampton 

lectures on the divinity of our Lord. By a 

dergyman of the Church of England. Bost. 

Little. 1872. 
Exiles in Virginia: with observations on the 

conduct 5i the Sodety of Friends during 

the revolutionary war. Phila. Publ. for 

the subscribers. 1848. 
Expositions of Holy Scripture. Maclaren, A. 

i8v. 
Expositor's Bible; ed. by W. R. Nicoll. N. Y. 

Armstrong. 1887-1896. 47V. 
Eyton, Robert The ten commandments; ser- 
mons. Lond. Paul. 1895* 
EzBKiBL, Hebrew prophet, Lewis, H. E. (In 

Men of the (>\d Testament: Solomon to 

Jonah. Milligan, G., and others,) 
Matheson, G. Ezeldel the individualist. (In 

his Representative men of the Bible: 

Ishmael to Daniel.) 
Ezra, Hebrew scribe, Townsend, W. J. (In 

Men of the Old Testament: Solomon to 

Jonah. Milligan, G., and others,) 
Whyte. A. \ln his Bible characters: 

Ahithophel to Nehemiah.) 
Fiber, Frederick WiUiam. Blessed sacrament. 

Bait. Murphy. 1859. 
Foot of the cross. Bait. Murphy. 1865. 
Bowden, J. E. Life and letters of Frederick 

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Faber, George Stanley. Treatise on the genius 

and object of the patriarchal, the Levitical 

and the Christian dispensations. Lond. 

Rivin£[ton. 1823. 2v. 
Fabian social series. Webb, S., and others. 
Fact of Christ. Simpson, P. C. 
Fact of conversion. Jackson, G. 
Fagan, James Octavius. Autobiography of an 

individualist. Bost. Houghton. 1913. 
Fagan, Mark, mayor of Jersey City, Ste£Fens, 

L. (In his Upbuilders.) 
Faguet, Bmile. Cult of incompetence. N. Y. 

Dutton. 191 1. 
Fairbaim, Andrew Martin. Catholicism, Roman 

and Anglican. N. Y. Scribner. 1899. 
City of God. Lond. Hodder. 1856. 
Philosophy of the Christian religion. N. Y. 

Macm. 1902. 
Place of Christ in modem theology. N. Y. 

Scribner. 1893. 
Religion in history and in modem life. N. Y. 

Whittaker. n. d. 
Studies in relizion and theology. The church: 

in idea and in history. N. Y. Macm. 

1910. 
Studies in the life of Christ. N. Y. Appleton. 

1882. 
Studies in the philosophy of religion and 

history. N. Y. Lovell. n. d. 
Fairbaim, Patrick. Revelation of law in Scrip- 
ture. Edin. Clark. 1869. (Cunningham 

lect.) 
Typology of Scripture. Phila. Martien. 

1850. 2V. 
Fairbanks, Arthur. Handbook of Greek religion. 

N. Y. Amer. book co. C1910. 
Fairchild, George Thompson. Rural wealth 

and welfare. 2d ed. N. Y. Macm. 1900. 

(Rural sci. ser.) 
Fairdiild, Henxy Pratt Immigration: a world 

movement and its American significance. 

N. Y. Macm. 1913. 
Fairchild, James Harris. Elements of theology, 

natural and revealed. Oberlin [O.]. Good- 
rich. CI 892. 
Fairweather, willianL Background of the gos- 

S;ls: Judaism in the period between the 
Id and New Testaments. Edin. Clark. 
1908. 
and Black, John Sutheriand. First book of 
Maccabees, with introduction and notes. 
Camb. [Eng.] ' Univ. press. 1897. (Cambr. 
Bible.) 
Fairy-faith in Celtic countries. Wentz, W. Y. E. 
Faith. Abbott, L. In aid of faith. 1886. 
Beecher, H. W. Victorious power of faith. 

(In his Sermons, ^d series.) 
Bellows, H. W. Common faith. (In his 

Twenty-four sermons, etc») 
Black, H. Faith's illusion. (In his Listen- 
ing to God: sermons.) 

— Cleavage of the faith. (In his Listening 
to God: sermons.) 

Bousset, W. Faith of a modern Protestant; 

tr. by F. B. Low. 19(09. 
Brooks, P. Accumulatbn of faith. (In his 

Candle of the Lord, and other sermons.) 

— Greatness of faith. (In his Sermons 
preached in English churdhes.) 

— Perfect faith. (In his Light of the world, 
and other sermons.) 



Faith — Continued. 
Brooks, P. Safety and helpfulness of faith. 

(In his Twenty sermons.) 
Bushnell, H. Reason of faith. (In his 

Sermons for the new life.) 
Caird, J. Faith and reason. (In his Funda- 
mental ideas of Christianity, vol. I.) 
Chad wick, J. W. Faith of reason; discourses 

on religion. 1879. 
Cheever, H. T. Correspondencies of faith. 

C1885. 
Church, R. W. Faith amid changes. (In 

his Advent sermons.) 
Clow, W. M. Omnipotence of faith. (In his 

Secret of the Lord.) 
Coffin, H. S. Faith and character. (In his 

Creed of Jesus, and other sermons.) 

— Faith and knowledge. (In his Creed of 
Jesus, and other sermons.) 

Coquerel, A. J. Conscience and faith; tr. by 

J. E. Odgers. 1878. 
Covle, R. F. Where we rest our faith. (In 

his The church and the times: sermons.) 
Cuckson, J. Faith and fellowship. [Sermons.) 

1897. 

Femes, G. Growth of Christian faith. 1905. 

Fisher, G. P. Faith and rationalism. 1879. 

(^oodell, C. L. The things of faith. [Ser- 
mons.] (In his Pathways to the best.) 

Gordon, G. A. New epoch for faith. 1901. 

— Ultimate conceptions of faith. 1903- 
Green, T. H. Witness of God and faith: two 

lay sermons. 1886. 
Grenfell, W. T. Adventure of life. 1912. 

— A man's faith, ci^. 

Guyau, J. M. Dogmatic faith; Symbolic and 

moral faith. (In his Non-religion of the 

future.) 
Hare, J. C. Victory of faith. [Sermons.] 

3d ed. 1874. 
Holland, H.S. Faith. (/nLuxmundi. Gore, 

C, ed.) 
Hooker, T. Activity of faith: or, Abraham's 

imitators. (In The world's great sermons. 

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Hutton, J. A. rear of- things. [Sermons.] 

1911. 

— Winds of God; five lectures on the inter- 
course of thought with faith during the 
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Inge, W. R. Faith. 1909. 

Iverach, J. Unfolding of faith. (In his 
The other side of greatness, and other ser- 
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Johnston, H. A. Scientific faith. 1904. 

Kingsley, C. Faith. (In his Twenty-five 
vulage sermons.) 

— Justification by faith. 1856. 
Lawrence, W. Unchangeableness and change- 

ableness of faith. (In his Visions and serv- 
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Liddon, H. P. Faith without mirades. 
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— Sermons preached before the University 
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Lodge, O. Reason and belief. 1910. 
Lorimer, G. C. The old faith and the new. 

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McConnell. F. J. Increase of faith: some 

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Maclaren, A. Faith conquering the worid. , 
[Sermon.] {In his Year's ministry, ist' 
ser.) 

— Faith in Christ. (In his Sermons 
preached in Manchester, ist ser.) 

— Power of feeble faith. (In his Sermons 
preached in Manchester, 2d ser.) 

— What faith makes of death. [Sermon.] 
(In his Year's ministry. 1st ser.) 

McNeill, J. " Trial ancl triumph of faith." 

(In hts Sermons, vol. III.) 
Martineau, J. Faith the deliverance from 

fear. (In his Hours of thought on sacred 

things, 2d ser.) 

— Moral quality of faith. (In his Hours of 
thought on sacred things.) 

— The prayer of faith. (In his Hours of 
thought on sacred things, 2d ser.) 

Merrill, S. M. Doctrinal aspects of Christian 

experience. C1882. 
Momerie, A. W. Connection between reason 

and faith. (In his Defects of modem 

Christianity, and other sermons.) 
Moule, H. C. G. Faith, its nature and its 

work. 190Q. 
Mozley, J. B. Heroism of faith. (In his 

Sermons, parochial and occasional.) 
Newman, T. H. Faith and love. (In his 

Parochial and plain sermons, vol. IV.) 

— Faith and obedience. (In his Parochial 
and ^lain sermons, vol. III.) 

— Faith without sight. (In his Parochial 
and plain sermons, vol. II.) 

Oman, J. Problem of faith and freedom in 

the la^ two centuries. 1906. 
Parker, J. Faith. (In his City Temple 

pulpit: sermons.) 
Peake, A. S. Heroes and martyrs of faith. 

1910. 
Picton, J. A. Antithesis of faith and sight. 

(In his Mystery of matter and other essays.) 
Potter, R. H. Common faith of common 

men. 1912. 
Rice, W. N. Christian faith in an age of 

science. 1903. 
Roberts, R. Renascence of faith. CI912. 
Robertson, F. W. Victory of faith. (In his 

Sermons. New ed.) 
Selby, T. G. Bufferings of faith; Types of 

unavailing faith. [Two sermons.] (In his 

Alienated crown.) 

— Vacillarions of faith. (In his The un- 
heeding God, and other sermons.) 

Shakspeare, C. Culture and faith. (In 
his St. Paul at Athens: nine sermons.) 

Smith, H. B. Relations of faith and philoso- 
phy. (In his Faith and philosophy.) 

Smyth, N. Reality of faith. 1884. 

Spurgeon, C. H. Faith. (In hts Sermons, 
ist ser.) 

Thorn, T. H. The faith that overcometh the 
world. (In his Laws of life after the mind 
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— Spiritual faith. [Sermons.] 1895. 
Upham, T. C. Life of faith. 1852. 
Watson, J. Inspiration of our faith. I9p5* 
See also Agnosticism; Apolo^dcs; Belief; 

Creeds; Justificarion; Religion; Skepri- 
dsm; Theology; Unbelief; Truth. 
Faith and action. Maurice, F. D. 



Faith and free thou^t. Lond. Hodder. 1876. 
Faith and health. Brown, C. R. 
Faith and social service. Hodges, G. 
Faith built on reason. Abbot, F. L. 
Faith curb. Gordon, * A. J. Ministry of 
healing; or, Miracles of cure in all ages. 
1883. 
Marsh, R. L. Faith healing. 1889. 
Mix, Mrs, £. Faith cures and answers 

to prayers. 
Sec also Christian science; Mental healing; 
Psychotherapy; Therapeutics. 
Faith, freedom and the future. Forsjrth, P. T. 
Faith of the millions. Tyrrell, G. H. 
Faiths of the world; a concise historv of the 
great religious systems of the world. Edin. 
Blackwood. 1892. (St. Giles lect.) 
Falckenberg, Richard. History of modem 
philosophy from Nicolas of Cusa to the 
present time. N. Y. Holt. 1893. 
Fall op man. Gurteen, S. H. Epic of the fall 
of man: a comparative study of Qedmon, 
Dante, Milton. 1896. 
Hall, F. J. Evolurion and the fall. 1910. 
Tennant, F. R. Sources of the doctrines of 

the fall and orieinal sin. 1903. 
Wedgwood, T. The fall of man. (In her 

Moral ideal.) 
Wenyon, C. The fall. [Sermon.] (In his 

The creation story.) 
See also Sin; Theology. 
Fallows, SamueL Health and happiness; or, 
Religious therapeutics and right living. Chi. 
McClurg. 1908. 
Family, Thb. Abbott, L. Paean ideal of the 
family; Hebrew ideal of the family. (In 
his Spirit of democracy.) 
Bosanquet, H. The family, i^. 
l^ealtYt J. Q. The family in its sociological 

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Loftnouse, W. F. Ethics and the family. 

[1912.] 
Reed, J. Man and woman. 1870. 
Robins, J. B. The family a necessity of 

civilization. 1896. 
Sumner, W. G. The family and social change. 

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Thwine, C. F., and Thwing, C. F. B. The 

famuy. 1887. 
5^ a/5(? Ethics; Home; Marriage; Women. 
Family and social work. Devine, E. T. 
Family and the nadon, The. Whetham, 

W. C. D., and Whetham, C. D. 
Far East. See Eastern quesdon (Far East); 

Orient. 
Faraday, Michael. Houston, E. J. Michael 
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Faxia, John Thomaon. Romance of the English 

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Farm lifb. ButterfiJd, K. L. Chapters in 
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McKeever, W. A. Farm boys and girls. 
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FameUy Lewia Richard. Evolurion of religion. 
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Greece and Babylon; a comparative sketch of 
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thought in reference to the Christian 

religion. Lond. Murray. 1862. (Bamp. 

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Farrar, Frederic William. The Bible: its 

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1897. 
Book of Daniel. N. Y. Armstrong. 1895. 

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Darkness and dawn. N. Y. Longm. 1892. 
Early days of Christianity. N. Y. Cassell. 

n. d. 
Eternal hope: five sermons. N. Y. Dutton. 

1878. 
First and second Kinf:s. N. Y. Armstrong. 

1894. 3v. (Expositor's Bible^ 
Gospel according to St. Luke. Camb. [Eng.] 

Univ. press. 19 10. (Cambr. Greek Test.) 
Hebrews. Camb. [Eng.] Univ. press. 1906. 

(Cambr. GfXJckTestO 
Hebrews, with notes and introduction. 

Camb. (Eng.) Univ. press. 1883. (Cambr. 

Bible.) 
Herods. N. Y. Herrick. n. d. 
History of interpretation. N. Y. Dutton. 

1886. (Bamp. lect.) 
" In the days of thy youth": sermons on 

practical subjects. Lond. Macm. 1876. 
Life and work of St. Paul. N. Y. Dutton. 

1879. 2V. 
Life of Christ. N. Y. Dutton. 1875. 2 v. 
Life of Christ as represented in art. N. Y. 

Macm. 1895. 
Life of lives: further studies in the life of 

Christ. N. Y. Dodd. 1900. 
Lives of the fathers. N. Y. Macm» 1889. 

2V. 

Lord's prayer; sermons preached in 

Westminster Abbey. 2ded. N. Y. Whit- 
taker. C1893. 
Mercy and judgment; a few last words on 

Christian eschatology with reference to 

Dr. Pusey's " What is of faith?" N. Y. 

Dutton. 1881. 
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1885. 
Minor prophets. N. Y. Randolph, n. d. 

(Men of the Bible.) 
St. Luke, with notes and introduction. 

Camb. [Eng.] Univ. press. 1880. 

(Cambr. Bible.) 
Seekers after God. Lond. Macm. 1874. 
Sermons and addresses delivered in America. 

N. Y. Dutton. 1886. 
Silence and the voices of God, and other 

sermons. N. Y. Dutton. 1875. 
Social and present day questions. Bost. 

Bradley. C1891. 
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n. d. (Men of the Bible.) 
Voice from Sinai. N. Y. Whittaker. 

1892. 

Sermons on the commandmenu. 
Witness of history to Christ, Lond. Macm. 

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Farrar, R. Life of Frederic William Farrar. 

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Fairtr, Tames McNall. A junior congregation. 
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Farrar, Reginald. Life of Frederic William 

Farrar. N.Y. Crowell. CI904. 
Farrar, Timothy. Manual of the constitution 
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Little. 1867. 
Fasts and feasts. Hobart, J. H. Companion 
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Love, W. D. Fast and thank^ving days of 

New England. 1895. 
See also Anniversaries; Ash Wednesday; 
Festivals; Good Friday; Lent. 
Fathers for English readers. 
Basil the Great; Smith, R. T. 
Gregory the Great; Barmby, J. 
Leo the Great; Gore, C. 
St. Ambrose; Thornton, R. 
St. Jerome; Cutts, E. L. 
St. John of Damascus; Lupton, J. H. 
Fathers of the church. Bright, W. Age 
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Butler, A. Lives of the fathers, mart^rrs and 

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Farrar, F. W. Lives of the fathers. 1889. 

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Jackson, G. A. Fathers of the third century. 
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Stearns, W. N. Manual of patrology, with 

select biblio^phical references. 1899. 
See also Apologists; Apostolic fathers. 
Faulkner, John Alfred. Cyprian the church- 

man. Cine. Jennings. C1906. (Men of 

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Erasmus the scholar. Cine Jennings. 

C1907. (Men of the kingdom.) 
The Methodiste. N. Y. Baker. C1903. 

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Famice, Daniel Worcester. Advent and ascen* 

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Phila. A. B. P. S. C1898. 
Famice, ^Hlliam Herbert Perry. The educa- 
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1908. (Yale lect.) 
What does Christianity mean? N. Y., etc 

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Faust. Moulton, R. G. Versions of the 

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Fawcett, Henry. Manual of political economy. 

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Fechner, Guatav Theodor. Little book of life 

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Fehlandt, August F. A century of drink reform 

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Whyte, A. Felix. (In his Bible characters: 
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F6lix, , French Jesuit priest. Wilkinson, 

W. C. P^ F^ix. (In his Modem mas- 
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Fdtim, Comcms Conway. William Eaton. 
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Greece ancient and modem. Bost. Ticknor. 
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F6NBLON, Francois de Salignac de la Moths, 
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Fenn, \^liam Wallace, joint author. See 
Spaulding, H. G., and Fenn, W. W. 

Ferguson, Cnailet. The aflirmative intellect; 
an account of the origin and mission of the 
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Femley lectures. 
Man's partnership with Providence; Telford, 

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Spiritual sense in sacred legend; Brailsford, 

E. J. 
Unrealized logic of religion; Fitchett, W. H. 

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FerrerOy Gtigliehno. Militarism: a contribu- 
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1903- 
Ferries, George. Growth of Christian faith. 

Edin. Clark. 1905. 
Ferris, Mrs, Benjamin G. Mormons at home. 

N. Y. Dix. 1856. 
Ferris, Carrie Shryer. The Sunday kinder- 

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Ferris, George Hooper. Elements of spiritual- 
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Formation of the New Testament. Phila. 
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Festivals. Brewster, H. P. Saints and festi- 
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Green, W. H. Hebrew feasts. 1885. 

(Newton lect.) 
See also Anniversaries; Christmas; Easter; 
Thank^ving day. 
Fbstus, R4fman fovemor of Jud<Ba. Whjrte, A. 
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Fetishism. Haddon, A. C. Magic and fetish- 
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Jevons, F. B. Fetishism. (In his Introduc- 
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— Fetichism. (In his Introduction to the 

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Milligan, R. H. Fetish folk of West Africa. 

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Malter, F. M. Is fetishism a primitive form 
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Feudalism. Hallam, H. Of the feudal system, 
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Lord. J. The feudal system. (In his Beacon 
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Feudalism — Continued. 
Taylor, H. O. Feudalism and knighthood. 

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Thatcher, O. J., and McNeal, E. H., eds. 

Feudalism. (In their Source book for 

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Tourville, H. de. The feudal system. (In 

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See also Europe; History; Middle ages. 
Ffoulkes, Edmund Salusbury. The Athanasian 

creed; by whom written and by whom 

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1889. 2V. 
Science of ethics as based on the science of 

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Way toward the blessed life. Lond. Chap- 
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Adamson, R. Fichte. 1908. 
Everett, C. C. Fichte's science of knowledge. 

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Gladden, W. Fichte the philosopher. (In 

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Field, Claud. Heroes of missionary enterprise. 

Phila. Lipponcott. 1908. 
Mystics and saints of Islam. Lond. Griffiths. 

1910. 
Field, Henry Martyn. Among the holy hills. 

N. Y. Scribner. 1884. 
On the desert: with a brief review of recent 

events in Egypt. N. Y. Scribner. 1883. 
FieIdS| Annie Adams (Mrs. James T. Fields). 

Life and letters of Harriet Beecher Stowe. 

Bost. Houghton. 1898. 
Fifteen years among the top-knots. Underwood , 

Fifteen years in the chapel of Yale College. 

Porter, N. 
Fifth gospel; being the Pauline interpretation 

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Fifty ytOLTs in Constantinople Washburn, G. 
Fifty years of Darwinism. Amer. Assoc for 

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Fifty years with the Sabbath schools. Bullard, 

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Fifty-three years in Syria. Jessup, H. H. 
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Civilisation at the cross roads. Lond. Longm. 

1912. (W. B. Noble lect.) 
Gospel and human needs. Lond. Longm. 

1909. (Hulsean lect.) 
Fillebrown, Charlea Bowdoin. The A B C of 

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N. Y. Doubleday. 1909. 
Findlay, George Gillanders. Ephesians. N. Y. 

Armstrong. 1892. (Expositor's Bible.) 
Epistie to the Galatians. N. Y. Armstrong. 

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Epistles to the Thessalonians. Camb. [Eng.] 

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Fellowship in the hfe eternal; exposition of 

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Sermons on gospel themes. Oberlin [O.]. 

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Wright, G. F. Charles Grandison Finney. 

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Finot, Jean. Problems of the sexes; tr. by 

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First words from God. Upham, F. W. 
Firth, Charles Hardinf^. Oliver Cromwell and 

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Putnam. 1900. (Heroes of the nations.) 
Firth, Franklin Jones. Christian unity in effort. 

Phila. Lippincott. 19 10. 
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Fish, Hennr Clay. Handbook of revivals. 

Bost. Earle. 1874. 
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N. Y. Dodd. 1857. 2v. 
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Dodd. 1857. 
Fishber^, Mannce. Jews: a study of race and 

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Fisher, Daniel Webster. Unification of the 

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Revell. CI911. 
Fisher, George Park. Beginnings of Christian- 
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Discussions in history and theology. N. Y. 

Scribner. 1880. 
Essays on the supernatural origin of Christian- 
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Faith and rationalism. N. Y. Scribner. 

1879. 
Grounds of theistic and Christian belief. 

N. Y. Scribner. 1883. 

Same, Revised ed. 1907. 
History of- Christian doctrine. N. Y. Scrib- 
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History of the Christian church. N. Y. 

Scribner. 1887. 
Life of Benjamin Silliman. N. Y. Scribner. 

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Manual of Christian evidences. N. Y. 

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Manual of natural theology. N. Y. Scrib- 
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Fi^er, Robert H. The Beatitudes. N. Y. 

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Fisk, Fidelia. Recollections of Mary Lyon. 

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Fisk, Franklin Woodbury. Manual of preach- 
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Fiske, George Walter. Boy life and self- 
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Excursions of an evolutionist. N. Y. 
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Idea of God as affected by modem 
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Life everksting. Bost. Houghton. 1901. 
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Myths and mjrth-makers; old tales and super- 
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Outlines of cosmic philosophy. Bost. Hough- 
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Through nature to God. Bost. Houghton. 

Fiske, Martha Theresa. The word and the 
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Fitch, Michael nendrick. Physical basis of 
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Fitchett, ^niliam Henry. Beliefs of unbelief: 
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Unrealized logic of religion; a study in credi- 
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Wesley and his century; a study in spiritual 
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Five years in a Protestant nsterhood and ten 
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Flashes of thought. Spurgeon, C. H. 

Fleming, A. Church polity; its spiritual 
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Fleming, David Hay. The reformation in Scot- 
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Hegel, G. W. F. Lectures on the proofs of the 

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Hocking, W. E. Meaning of God in human 

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Hodges, G. Supreme disclosure of God. (In 

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Peabody, A. P. God. (In Unitarian affirma- 
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Sch(£eld, A. T. Knowledge of God; its 
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Selby, T. G. The unheeding God, and other 
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Snowden, J. H. God. (In his Basal beUefs 
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God — Continued. 

Spinoza, B. Spinoza's short treatise on God, 
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Spurgeon, C. H. Fatheiiiood of God. (In 

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God and man. Shumalcer, E. E. 
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God's missionary plan for the world. Bashford, 

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Edin. Clark. 1876. 3v. 
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Lectures in defence of the Christian faith. 

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Dutton. 1888. 
Studies on the Old Testament. N. Y. 
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Lord, J. Goethe. (In his Beacon lights of 

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Morison, J. H. (In his Great poets as 

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Santayana, G. Goethe's Faust. (In his 

Three philosophical poets.) 

Strong, A. H. Goethe the poet of panthebm. 

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Odd and the gospel; Ulster prize essays on the 

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Journey Godward. Mil. Young churchm. 
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Gray, Geone S. Eight studies of the Lord's 
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Gray, George Zabriskie. The children's cru- 
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Husband and wife; or. The theory of marriage 
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Forsyth, P. T. Rome, reform and reaction; 
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Alcuin and the rise of the Christian schools. 

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Loyola and the educational system of the 
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Great religions of the world. Giles, H. A., and 

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Fustel de Coulanges, N. D. The ancient 
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Harrison, J. E. Prolegomena to the study 
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Tyler, W. S. Theology of the Greek poets. 

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Ward, W. H. The Greek and the Hittite gods. 

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Greek church. Adeney, W. F. The Greek 

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Barton, G. A. The Christian message in the 

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Bliss, F. J. The Orthodox church. (In his 

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Dampier, M. G. History of the Orthodox 

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Headlam, A. C. The Church of England and 

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Hore, A. H. Student^ history of the Greek 

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Lacey, T. J. Study of the Eastern Orthodox 

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Leroy-Beaulieu, A. The empire of the Tsars 

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Palmer, W., and Khomiakoff, A. S. Corre- 
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Ramsay, W. M. The Orthodox church in 
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Stanley, A. P. Lectures on the history of 
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Tozer, H. F. Church and the Eastern em- 
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Duckworth, H. T. F. Greek manuals of 

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Headlam, A. C. Teaching of the Russian 

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Herkless, John. Francis and Dominic and the 

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191 1. Egyptian conception of immortality. 

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International conciliation. See Conciliation. 
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Education of man. Froebel, F. W. A. 
Intellectual and moral development of the 

child. Compayr^. G. 
Moral instruction of children. Adler, F. 
Philosophy of education. Rosenkranz, J. K. 
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Cone, O., ed, 189^1907. 4V. See Bible. 
N. T. Commentanes. 
International problems and Hague conferences. 

Lawrence, T. J. 
International scientific series. 
Doctrine of descent and Darwinism. Schmidt, 

E. O. 
The human species. Quatrefages de Breau, 

J. L. A. de. 
Mmd and body: the theories of their relation. 

Bain, A. 
Responsibility in mental disease. Maudsley, 

IntemationAl Sunday reat concreaa. Sunday 
rest in the twentieth century; containing 
an account of the International Sunday 
rest congress at St. Louis. Ed. by A. Jackson. 
Cleveland .[O.]. Internat. fed. of Sund. 
rest assoc'ns. 1905. 

International Sunday-school convention. Devel- 
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official report of the eleventh International 
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Apologetics. Bruce, A. B. 
Canon and text of the New Testament. 

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Christian doctrine of God. Clarke, W. N. 
Christian doctrine of salvation. Stevens, G. B. 
Christian ethics. Smyth, N. 
Christian institutions. Allen, A. V. G. 
Christian pastor and the working church. 

Gladden, W. 
Greek and Eastern churches. Adeney, W. F, 
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History of Christianity in the apostolic age. 

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History of the reformation. Lindsay, T. M. 

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Introduction to literature of the New Testa- 
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Introduction to the literature of the Old 

Testament. Driver, S. R. 
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Religious history. 

Stokes, G. T. Ireland and the Celtic church : 

a history of Ireland from St. Patrick to the 

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Ireland, John, ahp. of St. Paul. Church and 

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Irving. Edward. Oliphant, Mrs. M. O. W. 

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Isaac, Hebrew patriarch. Edersheim, A. Isaac. 
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Moziey, J. B. Sacrifice of Isaac. {In his 

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Rawlinson, G. Isaac and Jacob: their lives 

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Rowland, A. Isaac. {In Men of the O. T.: 
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Whyte, A. Isaac. {In his Bible characters: 
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Davidson, A. B. Call of Isaiah. (In his 

Called of God.) 
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1893. (Men of the Bible.) 

— Isaiah's vision. (In his Sermons on the 
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Lord, J. Isaiah. (In his Beacon lights of 

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Spaulding, H. G. The statesman prophet. 

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Townsend, W. J. Isaiah: the Christ-Har- 
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St. Pkul, his life and times. N. Y. Ran- 
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Mmc^, Joseph. John Milton; his life and 

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Central Africa. N. Y. Revell. 1901, 
Jacks, Lawrence PearsalL Alchemy of thought. 

N. Y. Holt. 1911. 
Jackson, Abraham Valentine WflUams. Persia, 

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Zoroaster, the prophet of ancient Iran. N. Y. 

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Jackaon, Alexander, ed. See International Sun- 
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Jackson, Andrew. Lord, J. (In his Beacon 

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Jackson, Cyril, joint author. See Riley, A., 

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Jackson, Edward Payson, joint author. See 

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Jackson, George — Continued. 

Preacher and the modern mind. N. Y. Eaton. 



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Post-Nicene Greek fathers. N. Y. Apple- 
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Poet-Nicene Latin fathers. N. Y. Appleton. 

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Son of a prophet. Bost. Houghton. 189A. 
Jackson, Mrs, Helen Maria (Fiske) Hunt A 

centurv of dishonor; a sketch of the 

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Harper. 1881. 
Ramona; a story. Bost. Roberts. 1885.^ 
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Mary Reed, missionary to lepers. N. Y., 

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Jackson, Samuel Macauley. Huldreich Zwingli, 

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Gibbon, J. M. Jacob, (/n Menof theO.T.: 

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King, E. The promise to Jacob. (In his 

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Matheson, G. Jacob the aspiring. (In his 

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Meyer, F. B. Israel: a prince with God. 

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Rawlinson, G. Isaac and Jacob: their lives 

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Whyte, A. Jacob. {In his Bible characters: 

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Jacob, George Andrew. Ecclesiastical polity of 

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Jacobs. Henry Eyster. History of the Evangeli- 
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N. Y. Christ, lit. co. 1893. (Amer. 

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Martin Luther, the hero of the reformation; 

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Jacobus, Melancihon WOliams. The Chris- 
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Carter. 1878. 
In memoriam; Melanchthon W. Jacobus. 
Jacobus, Melancthon Williams, the younger, ed. 

Roman Catholic and Protestant Bibles 

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Bible teachers' training school. C1905. 
Jael, wife of Heber the Kenite, Horton, R. F. 

Deborah and Jael: prophetess and heroine. 

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Mozley, J. B. {In his Ruling ideas in early 

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Jainism. Barodia, U. D. History and literature 

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See (uso India. Religions. 
Jambs, brother of Jesus Christ. Adeney, W. F. 

James, the brother of the Lord. {In Men 

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Matheson, G.^ James the softened. {In his 

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Whyte, A. Tames the Lord's brother. {In 

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James, Herbert The country clergvman and 

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Lond. Macm. 1890. 
James, J. D. Genuineness and authorship of 

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James, J". G. Problems of prayer; a series of 

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Jambs, John Angbll. Dale, R. W. Life and 

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James, Monugue luiodes. The Christian 

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joint author. See Robinson, J. A., and James, 

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joint editor. See Ryle, H. E., and Tames, M. R. 
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1898. (IngersoU lect.) 
Meaning of truth; a sequel to " Pragmatism." 

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Memories and studies. N.Y. Longm. 191 1. 
Pluralistic universe. N. Y. Longm. 1909. 

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Pragmatism; a new name for some old ways 

of thinking. N. Y. Longm. 1907. 
Principles of psychology. N. Y. Holt. 

i8qo. 2 v. (Amer. saence series.) 
Psychology. N. Y. Holt. 1893. 
Some problems of philosophy; a beginning 

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Longm. loii. 
Talks to teachers on psychology: and to stu- 
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James, William — Continued. 
Varieties of religious experience; a study in 

human nature. N.Y., etc. Longm. 1902. 

(Gifford lect.) 
The will to believe, and other essays in popular 

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Reinsch, P. S. {In his Intellectual and po- 
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Griffis, W. E. Japanese nation in evolution. 

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Lloyd, A. Creed of half Japan. 1912. 
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Creighton, L. Jeanne d'Arc, the maid of 

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Minister as prophet. N. Y. Crowell. 1905. 

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Minister as shepherd. N. Y. Crowell. 

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Quiet talks with earnest people in my study. 

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Parton, J. Life of Thomas Jefferson. 1874. 

Slicer, T. R. Thomas Jefferson and the 
influence of democracy upon religion. (In 
Pioneers of religious liberty in America.) 
(Great and Thursday lect.) 
Jeffs, Harry. Art of exposition. Bost. Pil- 
grim press. 1910. 
Jellett, John Hewitt Eflicacy of prayer. 
Dublin [Irel.]. Hodges. 1880. (Donnel- 
lanlectO 
Jelliei W. R. Harvey-. Chronicles: introduc- 
tion; revised version with notes. N. Y. 
Frowde. 1906. (New century Bible.) 
Jenlu, Jeremiah Whipple. Citizenship and the 
schools. N. Y. Holt. 1909. 

Great fortunes; the winnmg; the using. 
N. Y. McQure. ISK)6. 

Political and social sigmficance of the life and 
teachings of Jesus. N. Y. Y. M. C. A. 
Intemat. com. 1906. 

and Lauck, W. Jett Immigration problem. 
N. Y. Funk. 1912. 
JenkSy Tudor. When America was new. N. Y. 

Crowell. CI907. 
Jenner, Mrs, H^iry. Christian symbolism. 
Chi. McClurg. 1910. (Little books on 
art.) 
Jenness, Kelley. Pilot flame. Bost. Sherman. 

1912. 
Jennings, Abraham Gould. The earth and the 
world: How formed? A layman's contri- 
bution to the religious thought of the times. 
N. Y., eU, Revell. C1900. 
jERBifiAH, Hebrew prophet. Adeney, W. F. 
Jereniiah. (In Men of the O. T.: Solomon 
to Jonah. Milligan, G., and others,) 

Cheyne, T. K. Jeremiah; his life and times. 
(Men of the Bible.) 

Davidson, A. B. Call of Jeremiah. (In his 
Called of God.) 

(Sillies, J. R. Jeremiah, the man and his 
message. 190^. 

Lord, J. Jeremiah. (In his Beacon lights 
of history, vol. 3.) 

Matheson, G. Jeremiah the melancholy. 
(In his Representative men of the Bible: 
Ishmael to Daniel.) 

Meyer, F. B. Jereniiah: priest and prophet. 
1894. (O. T. heroes.) 

Newman, J. H. Jeremiah, a lesson for the 
disappointed. (In his Parochial and plain 
sermons, vol. VIII.) 

Spaulding, H. G. Tlie prophet of woe. (In 
his Later heroes of Israel.) 

Whyte, A. Teremiah. (In his Bible charac- 
ters: Ahithophel to Nehemiah.) 
Jeremias, Alfred. The Old Testament in the 
light of the ancient East: manual of biblical 
archaeology; tr. from 2d German ed. by 
C. L. Beaumont. N. Y. Putnam. 191 1. 
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Jerome, St. Letters and select works. (Tr. 
by W. H. Fremantle, and others.) N. Y. 
Christ, lit. co. 1893. (Nicene and post- 
Nicene fathers, 2d ser., vol.* VI.) 

and Gennadhss. Lives of illustrious men. 
{In Nicene and post-Nicene fathers, 2d 
ser.. vol. in.) 

Cutts, E. L. St. Jerome, n. d. (Fathers 
for English readers.) 

Hodges, G. (In his Saints and heroes.) 

Hodgson, G. S. Jerome. (In her Primitive 
Christian education.) 
Jerroldy Douglas. Fireside saints and other 

papers. 1873. 
jBRUSALBic. Conder, C. R. City of Jerusalem. 
1909. 

Henson, L. L. (In his Researches in Pales- 
tine.) 

Merrill, S. Ancient Jerusalem. CI908. 

Smith, G. A. Jerusalem; topography, econom- 
ics and history from the earliest times to 
A.D. 70. 1907. 2V. 

Wilson, Sir C. W. Golgotha and the Holy 
Sepulchre. 1906. 

— Recovery of Jerusalem; a narrative of 
exploration and discovery in the dty and 
the Holy Land; with an introduction by 
A. P. Stanley. Ed. by Walter Morrison. 
N. Y. Appleton. 1871. 
Two ports in one volume. P&giiig oontintto^i. 

See also Palestine. 
Jessop, Heniy Harris. Fifty-three years in 

Syria. N. Y. Revell. C1910. 
Jessomi, Augustus. Coming of the friars, and 
otner historic essays. N. Y. Putnam, 
n. d. 
Jesuit icissionakibs. Campbell, T. J. Pio- 
neer priests of North America. 1643-1710. 
1908-1911. 3v. 
Jesuit missions. De Smet, P. T. Oregon 
missions and travels over the Rocky 
Mountains in 1845-46. 1847. 
Kip, W. I., ed. and transl, Earlv Jesuit 
missions of North America. Pt. I. 1846. 
Jesuits. Hoensbroech, P., Count von. Fourteen 
years a Jesuit: a record of personal experi- 
ence and a criticism; tr. by Alice Zimmem. 
191 1. 2V. 
Hughes, T. Loyola and the educational 

system of the Jesuits. 1 892 . 
Lord, J. Ignatius Loyola: rise and influence 
of the Jesuits. (In his Beacon lights of 
history, vol. 6.) 
McCabe, J. Candid history of the Jesuits. 

1913. 
Michelet, J., and Quinet, E. The Jesuits; 

tr. from the French; ed. by C. E. Lester. 

.1845. 
Nicolini, G. B. History of the Jesuits. 

Repr. 1908. 
Oman, J. Jesuitism and Pascal's Pens6es. 

(In his Problem of faith and freedom.) 
Parkman, F. The Jesuits in North America 

in the seventeenth century. 1867. (France 

and England in North America.) 
Pascal, 8. The provincial letters; new 

translation with introduction and notes by 

T. M'Crie. 1875. 
Same, 1880. 
Quick, R. H. Schools of the Jesuits. (In 

his Essays on educ. reformers, chap. IV.) 



Jesuits — Continued. 
Seymour, M. H. Mornings among the 

Jesuits at Rome. 1855. 
Taylor, I. Loyola: and Jesuitism in its 

rudiments. 1849. 
See also Loyola, Ignatius de, St, 

Jesus and Nicodemus. Reid, J. 
esos or Christ? eighteen essays by various 
writers. Bost. Sherman. 1909. (Hibbert 
journal supplement. 1909.) 
Jesus or Paul? Meyer, A. 
Jesus the Jew. Weinstock, H. 
Jesus Christ. Adamson, T. Studies of the 
mind in Christ. 1898. 
Allen, A. V. G., and others. Message of 
Christ to manhood. 1899. (W. B. Noble 
lect.) 
Armstrong, R. A. ' Back to Jesus'; an appeal 

to evangelical Christians. 1899. 
Bousset, W. Jesus; tr. by J. P. Trevelyan; 
ed. by W. D. Morrison. 1906. (C. 1. 1.) 

ContenU: Pt. I. Outward course of the life of Jetns. 
and the forms of his activity. ~ Pt. II. The.teadiiiig 
of Jesus. ~Pt. III. The mystery of the person. 

Bradford, A. H. Return to Christ. 1900. 
Buckham, J. W. Christ and the eternal order. 

1906. 
Caipenter, J. E. The historical Jesus and 

the theological Christ. 1912. 

ContenU: I. The historical Jesus. — II. Jesus and 
the KiiURloin of God. — III. The theological Christ. 
— IV. The doctrine of the two natures. 

Christ that is to be. The; by the author of 
" Pro Christo et ecdesia." 1907. 

Crafts, W. F. Talks to boys and giris about 
Jesus. C1881. 

Crooker, J. H. Jesus broueht back. 1909. 

— Supremacy of Jesus. New ed. 191 1. 
Denney, J, Tesus and the gospel: Christian- 
ity justified in the mind of Christ. 1909. 

Dingwell, J. D. Christus centuriarum. 1909. 
Dole, C. F. Jesus and the men about him. 
1888. 

— What we know about Jesus. 1008. 
Fairbairn, A. M. Place of Christ m modem 

theolo^. N. Y. Scribner. 1893. 

Faunce, D. W. Advent and ascension; or. 
How Jesus came and how he left us. 1903. 

Forrest, D. W. Christ of history and of 
experience. 1897. (Kerr lect.) 

Forsyth, P. T. Holy Father and the living 
Christ. 1898. 

Foster, G. B. Place of Jesus in the religion 
of the modem man. (In National Federa- 
tion of Religious Liberals. Proceedings 
and papers of the first con^^ress.) 

Foster, J. M. Christ the Kme. C1894. 

Gordon, G. A. The Christ of to-day. 18^5. 

Herford, B. Jesus Christ. (In Unitarian 
affirmations. Hedge, F. H., and others,) 

Herrick, E. C, comp. Saying of great men 
and writers concerning Chnst. 1906. 

Holdsworth, W. W. The Christ of the gospels. 
1911. 

Hort, F. J. A. The Way, the Tmth, the 
Life. 1893. (Hulsean lect.) 

Hughes, T. Manliness of Christ. 1880. 

Jackson, F. J. Foakes-. Christ in the church: 
testimony of history. (In Cambridge theo- 
logical essays. Swete, H. B., ed.) 



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Jesus Christ — Continued. 
Johnson, S. Worship of Jesus in its past 

and present aspects. 1868. 
Knox, G. W. Gospel of Jesus the Son of God. 

1909. (Mod. relig. problems.) 
Leip^hton, J. A. Jesus Christ and the civiliza- 
tion of to-day. 1907. 
Leonard, W. E. Poet of Galilee. 1909. 
Lorimer, G. C. Jesus the world's Savior. 1883. 
McConnell, S. D. Christ. 1904. 
McKenzie, A. Divine force in the life of the 

world. 1898. (Lowell Inst, lectj 
Martin, A. W. Jesus. {In his Great reli- 
gious teachers of the East.) 
Morgan, G. C. The Christ of to-day. What? 

M^ence? Whither? CI905. 
— Crises of the Christ. 1003. 
Mozoomdar, P. C. Oriental Christ. 1883. 
Newton, J. F. The eternal Christ: studies 

in the life of vision and service. 1912. 
NicoU, W. R. The church's one foundation: 

Christ and recent criticism. 1901. 
Palmer, B. The Livine way. CI908. 
Parker, T. Jesus of Nazareth. (In his 

Lessons from the world of matter and the 

world of man.) 
Pfleiderer, O. Early Christian conception of 

Christ. 1905. (C. 1. 1.) 
Ross, G. A. J. The universality of Jesus. 

C1906. 
Selbie, W. B. Aspects of Christ. 1909. 
Simpson, P. C. Fact of Christ. 1900. 
Slattery. C. L. The Master of the world; 

a study of Christ. 1906. 
Smith, D. The historic Jesus. [1912.I 

(Elliott lect.) 
Smith, G. The Founder of Christendom. 1903. 
Solomon, G. The Jesus of history and the 

Jesus of tradition identified. 1880. 
Speer, R. E. Studies of the man Christ 

Jesus. 6th ed. CI896. 
Streeter, B. H. The historic Christ. (/» 

Foundations: by seven Oxford men.) 
Thompson, H. M. The world and the Man. 

1890. (Baldwin lect.) 
Uhlhom, G. Modern representations of the 

life of Jesus. 1868. 
Watson, J. Mind of the Master. 1896. 
Young, J. The Christ of history. 1869. 
Zwemer, S. M. Moslem Christ; an essay on 

the life, character and teachings of Jesus 

Christ according to the Koran and orthodox 

tradition. 1912. 
See also Atonement; Beatitudes; Bible; 

Christianity; Christology; Easter; Good 

Friday; Incarnation; Kenosis; Lord's 

prayer; Mary, mother of Jesus Christ; 

Miracles; Parables; Sermon on the Mount; 

Virgin birth. 

Ascension. 
Milligan, W. Ascension and heavenly priest- 
hood of our Lord. 1891. (Baird lect.) 

Authority, 
Forrest, D. W. Authority of Christ. 1906. 

Bibliography. 
Ayres, S. G. Jesus Christ our Lord; an 
English bibliography of Christology, com- 
prising over five thousand titles annotated 
and cGissified. 1906. 



Jesus Christ. Birth. 

Miles, H. A. Birth of Jesus. 1878. 

Ramsay, W. M. Was Christ bom at Bethle- 
hem? 1898. 

Spc^ord, D. H. Interpretation; or, The 
birth of Jesus of Nazareth and the birth of 
the Son of God. 1877. 

Sweet, L. M. Birth and infancy of Jesus 
Christ. 1907. 

Boyhood. 

Taylor, W. M. The boy Jesus. (In his 
The boy Jesus, and other sermons.) 

Character. 

Bushnell, H. Character of Jesus. 1888. 
Je£Ferson, C. E. Character of Jesus. 1908. 

Death. 

Denney, J. Death of Christ; its place and 
interpretation in the New Testament. 

Mabie, H. C. How does the death of Christ 

save us? Or, The ethical energy of the 

cross. 1908. 
Stroud, W. Physical^ cause of the death of 

Christ, and its relation to the principles and 

practice of Christianity. 1871. 

Divinity, 

Ames, E. S. Divinity of Christ. 191 1. 

Bushnell, H. Divinity of Christ. (In his 
God in Christ: three discourses.) 

Delitzsch, F. Whose son is Christ? two 
lectures on progress in religion; tr. by F. L. 
Pogson. [1909.) 

Divinity of Jesus Christ: an exposition of the 
origin and reasonableness of the belief of 
the Christian church. By the authors of 
** Progressive Orthodoxy," professors in 
Andover TheolcMncal Seminary. 1903. 

Du Bose, W. P. Divinity and deity of Jesus 
Christ. (In his Reason of life.) 

Examination of Canon Liddon's Bampton 
lectures on the divinity of our Lord, by a 
clergyman of the Church of England. 1892. 

Jesus or Christ? Essays by G. Tyrrel [and 
others]. Being the Hibbeit journal supple- 
ment for 1909. 

Contents: Preface. The point at isaue; by G. Tirr- 
f€l. — " Who tay ye that I am? " by E. S. Talbot. — 
JesiM, our Saviour; by H. Welnel. — Jesus or Christ? 
by P. Gardner. — The Christ of theology and the 

Jesus of history; by P. W. Schmiedel. — Idealism of 
esus; by H. Jones. — Rationality of the incarna- 
tion: by R. Sforris. — A divine incarnation: by 
Sir O. Lodfle. — The Jesus of history and the Christ 
of religion; by H. S. Holland. — One Lord Jesus 
Christ; by J. Rickaby. — Father. Son and Holy 
Spirit: their relationships In modem thought: by 
N. S0derbk>m. — Faith and fact; by A. E. Garvie. — 
Jesus or Christ? by R. J. Campbell. — Jesus Christ 
and his teaching; by J. Drummond. — The Jesus 
of history and the Christ of religkm; by B.W.Bacon. 
— Jesus or Christ? by J. E. Carpenter. — The 
Christian cult as Christ-worship; by J. Collier. — 
Jesus or Christ? an appeal for connstency; by R. 
Roberts. 

Jones, J. D. Divinity of Christ. (In his 

Things most surely believed.) 
Liddon, H. P. Divinity of our Lord and 

Saviour, Jesus Christ. 4th ed. 1869. (Bamp. 

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Jesus Christ. Divinitv — Continued. 

May, J. Myth of the deity of Jesus. {In 

his Miracles and myths of the N. T.) 
MQller, E. F. K. Our Lord: belief in the 

deity of Christ. 1908. (For. relig. ser.) 
R^ville, A. History of the doctrine of the 

deity of Jesus Christ; tr. from the French 

[by A. Swaine]. 1870. 
Same, New transl. 1878. 
Temple, W. Divinity of Christ. {In Foun- 
dations; by seven Oxford men.) 
Warschauer, J. Jesus: seven questions. 

1908. 
Whitelaw, T. Jehovah-Jesus. 1913. (Short 

course series.) 
See also Christology; Incarnation. 

EducaUan. 
Ramsay, W. M. Education of Christ. 1902. 

Humiliation. 
Bruce, A. B. Humiliation of Christ. 1876. 

Influence. 
Brent, C. H. Leadership. 1908. (W. B. 

Noble lect.) 
Brooks, P. Influence of Jesus. 1879. (Boh- 

len lect.) 
Carpenter, W. B. Witness to the influence of 

Christ. 1905. (W. B. Noble lect.) 

Life, Sources of, 

Burkitt, F. C. Earliest sources for the life of 

Jesus. 19 10. 
Gilbert, G. H. Jesus. 1912. 
Hill, W. B. Introduction to the life of Christ. 

1911. 
Wemle, P. Sources of our knowledge of the 

life of Jesus; tr. by E. Lummis. 1907. 

Lives. 

Abbott, L. Jesus of Nazareth: His life and 

teachings. 1869. 
Alexander, G. Tne Son of man: studies in 

His life and teachings. 8th thousand. 

1008. 
Andrews, S. J. Life of our Lord upon the 

earth. 1870. 
Arnold, 5«VE. The Light of the world. 1801. 
Beecher, H. W. Life of Jesus the Christ. 

1871-2. 2V. 
— The life of Christ, without — within: 

two sermons. 1906. 
Bennett, W. H. Life of Christ according to 



St. Mark. 1007. 
Briggs, C. A. Nem 
1904. 



ew light on the life of Jesus. 



Bruce, A. B. Wth open face; or, Jesus 
mirrored in Matthew, Mark and Luke. 
1896. 

Buck, D. D. Closing scenes in the life of 
Christ. 1869. 

Burton, E. D., and Mathews, S. Construc- 
tive studies in the life of Christ. 1904. 

Chadwick, J. W. The man Jesus. 1881. 

Conybeare. F. C. Myth, magic and morals. 
2d ed. [1910.] 

Davis, H. The public ministry of Jesus. 
1911. 

Dawson, W. J. Life of Christ. CI901 . 



Jesus Christ. Lives — Continued. 

Donehoo, I. D. Apocryphal and legendary 
life of Christ; being the whole body of the 
Apocryphal gospels and other extra canoni- 
cal literature which pretends to tell of the 
life and words of Tesus Christ, including 
much matter which has not before appear^ 
in English, ^th notes. 1903. 

Edersheim, A. Life and times of Jesus the 
Messiah. 5th ed. n. d. 2v. 

Fairbaim, A. M. Studies in the life of 
Christ. 1882. 

Farrar, F. W. Life of Christ. 1875. 2 v. 

— The life of lives: further studies in the 
life of Christ. 1900. 

Forbtish, W. B. Boy's life of Christ. 1906. 
Garvie, A. E. Studies in the inner life of 

J[esus. 1907. 
Geikie, J. C. Life and words of Christ. 

1877. 2v. 
Gilbert, G. H. Student's life of Jesus. N. Y. 

Macm. 1900. 
Grist, W. A. The historic Christ in the faith 

of to-day. CI911. 
Holtzmann, O. Life of Jesus; tr. by J. T. 

Bealby and M. A. Canney. 1904. 
Horr, G. E. The great ministry. CI908. 
Jesus the carpenter of Nazareth. By a lay- 
man. 2d ed. 1891. 
Keim, T. History of Jesus of Nazara. 1876. 

6v. 
Kent, C. F. Life and teachings of Jesus 

according to the earliest records. 19 13. 

(Historical Bible, V.) 
Lange, J. P. Life of the Lord Jesus Christ; 

tr. by R. E. Wallis [and others); ed. by 

Marcus Dods. 1872. 4V. 
Lester, C. S. The historic Jesus. 1912. 
Mason, A. J. Conditions of our Lord's life 

on earth. 1896. (Paddock lect.) 
NicoU, W. R. Incarnate Saviour: a life of 

Jesus Christ. New ed. 18^7/ 
Otto, K. L. R. Life and nunistry of Jesus 

according to the historical and cntical 

method; lectures. Tr. from 3d unaltered 

ed. by H. J. Whitby. 1908. (Christianity 

of to-day series.) 
Parker, J. Ecce Deus: essays on the life and 

doctrine of Jesus Christ, with controversial 

notes on " Ecce Homo.'* 3d ed. 1868. 

— Inner life of Christ as revealed in the 
gospel of Matthew. 1 881-1883. 3V. 

Vol. I publ. under the title " These nyinga of mine.*' 

Pick, B., comp. Extra-canonical life of 
Christ; being a record of the acts and say- 
ing of Jesus of Nazareth drawn from unin- 
spired sources. 1903. 
Contains btt>Uognphies. 

Ramsay, W. M. The morning star, and the 
chronology of the life of Christ. {In his 
Luke the physician, etc.) 

Renan, E. Life of Jesus, n. d. 

Rhees, R. Life of Jesus of Nazareth. 1900. 

Row, C. A. Jesus of the evangelists; His 
historical character vindicated. 1891. 

Robertson, A. T. Epochs in the life of Jesus; 
a study of development and struggle in the 
Messiah's work. 190^. 

Sanday, W. Life of Chnst in recent research. 
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Jesus Christ. Lives — Continued. 
Sanday, W. Outlines of the life of Christ. 

2d ed. 1908. 
Schmidt, N. The Prophet of Nazareth. 

1905. 
Seeley, J. R. Ecce Homo: a survey of the 

life and work of Jesus Christ. 1894. 
Smith, D. Davs of His flesh: the earthly life 

of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. 

Stalker, J. Life of Jesus Christ. ci88o. 
(Hdbks. for Bible classes.) 

Stapfer, £. L. Jesus Christ: His person. 
His authority. His work; tr. by L. S. 
Houghton. iSK>5-07. 3v. 

Strauss, D. F. Life of Jesus critically ex- 
amined. Tr. from 4th German ed. by 
Marian Evans. 1856. 2v. 
Tranilator afterwards known as George Eliot. 

— New life of Jesus. Authorized transla- 
tion. 1865. 2v. 

Tatian. Earliest life of Christ ever compiled 
from the four gospels; being the Diatessaron 
of Tatian (circ, a.d. 160) literally trans- 
lated from the Arabic version; with intro- 
duction, notes, etc., by J. H. Hill. 1894. 

Vallings. J. F. Jesus Christ the Divine Man; 
His life and times, n. d. 

Ward, Mrs, E. S. (P.) Story of Jesus Christ. 
1897. 

Weiss, B. Life of Christ; tr. by J. W. Hope 
and M. G. Hope. 1883-4. 3v. (Clark. 
For. theol. libr.) 

White, B. Call of the Carpenter. 191 1. 

Ltpest Criticism of. 

Case, S. J. Historicity of Jesus. C1912. 

Schmiedel, P. W. Jesus in modern criticism; 
a lecture, tr. by M. A. Canney. iy>7. 

Schweitzer, A. The quest of the historical 
Jesus; a Critical study of its progress and 
results from Reimarus to Wrede; tr. by 
W. Montgomery, with a preface by F. C. 
Burldtt. 19 10. 

Messiahship. 
Gilbert, G. H. The first interpreters of Jesus. 

Smith, J. P. Scripture testimony to the 

Messiah, ^th ed. 1859. 2v. 
Su also Messiah; Messianic prophecy. 

Miracles, 

Lang, C. G. Miracles of Jesus as marks of 

the Way of life. 1902. 
Steinmeyer, F. L. Miracles of our Lord in 

relation to modern criticism. 1875. 
Taylor, W. M. Miracles of our Saviour 

expounded and illustrated. 1^3. 
Trench, R. C. Notes on the mu^acles of our 

Lord. 1850. 
Wright, T. H. The finger of God; studies 

and suggestions in the miracles of Jesus. 

n. d. 
Su also Miracles. 



Parables, 



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Jesus Christ. Passion, 

Adams, W. H. Seven words from the Cross. 

C1877. 
Beibitz, T. H. Gloria cruds; addresses, 

Holy Week and Good Friday, 1907. 1908. 
Benson, R. M. Final Passover: a series of 

meditations upon the Passion of our Lord 

Jesus Christ. 1893. 4v. in 6. 
Brent, C. H. Consolations of the Cross. 

1904. 
Clow, W. M. Day of the Cross, n. d. 
Gowen, H. H. Meditations on the seven 

words from the Cross. 191 1. 
Hanna, W. Last day of our Lord's Passion. 

1864. 
Hodges, G. Beside the Cross: Good Friday 

meditations. 1890. 
Towett, J. H. School of Calvary. 1910. 
Mann, C. The comments at the Cross. 

1893. 
Nicoll, W. R. The seven words from the 

Cross, n. d. 
Stalker, J. Trial and death of Jesus Christ; 

a devotional history of our Lord's Passion. 

1894. 
Steinmeyer, F. K. L. History of the Passion 

and resurrection of our Lord considered in 

the light of modem criticism. New ed., tr. 

by T. Crerar and A. Cusin. 1879. (For. 

theol. libr.) 
Tholuck, F. A. G. Light from the cross: 

sermons on the Passion of our Lord. 1858. 
Vaughan, C. J. Four courses of Lent lectures. 

New ed. 1886. 

Contents: Lessons of the cross andpasskm. — Words 
from the cross. -^ Reign of sin. — The Lord's i>Fayer. 

Wright, W. B. Heart of the Master. 191 1. 

Person. 

Crane, S. Jesus the Christ. %d ed. 1890. 

(Manuals of faith and duty, II.) 
Forsyth, P. T. Person and place of Jesus 

Christ. 1909. 
Gilbert, G. H. Person of Jesus in the double 

tradition of Matthew and Luke. (In 

Essays publ. as a testimonial to C. A. 

Briggs.) 
Herrmann, W. Communion of the Christian 

with God. 2d Engl. ed. by J. S. Stanyon, 

rev. by R. W. Stewart. 1906. (C. t. I.) 
Inge, W. R. Person of Christ. (In Contentio 

veritatis: essays in constructive theoloey.) 
La Touche, E. D. Person of Christ in modem 

thought. 1912. (Donnellan lect.) 
Mackintosh, H. R. Doctrine of the Person of 

Jesus Christ. 1912. (Int. theol. libr.) 
Nolloth, C. F. Person of our Lord and recent 

thought. 1908. 
Oosterzee, J. J. van. Person and work of the 

Redeemer; tr. by M.J. Evans. 1886. 
Reubelt, J. A. Scripture doctrine of the 

Person of Christ. 2ded. 1876. 
SchaflF, P. Person of Christ. 1866. 
Westcott, B. F. Christus consummator: 

some aspects of the work and Person of 

Christ m relation to modem thought. 

1886. 

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Jesus Christ. Personality, 

Barrows, C. H. The personality of Jesus. 

1906. 
Guuirie, E. G., and others. Significance of 

the personality of Christ for the minister of 

to-day; three addresses. C1907. 
Hale, H. G. Who then is this? A study of 

the personality of Jesus. 1905. 

PortraUs. 

Haweis, H. R. The picture of Jesus (the 
Master). 1886. (Christ and Christianity, 
II.) 

Mason, A. J. Christ in the New Testament: 
the primitive portrait. (In Cambridge 
theological essajrs. Swete, H. B., ed,) 

Matheson, G. Studies of the portrait of 
Christ. 1900. 2v. 

Van Norden, C. Jesus: an unfinished por- 
trait. 190(5. 

Prayers. 

Broughton, L. G.^ Prayers of Jesus. 191 1. 

Spence, J. The intercessory prayer of our 
Lord ; exposition of the seventeenth chapter 
of John. 1876. 

Tholuck, F. A. G. The prayer of Jesus: 
Father forgive them, for they know not 
what they do. {In his Light from the cross: 
sermons on the Passion of our Lord.) 

See also Lord's Prayer. 

Priesthood, 

Milligan, W. Ascension and heavenly priest- 
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Resurrection. 

Brown, J. B. Risen Christ, the King of men. 
1887. 

Frick, P. L. The resurrection and Paul's argu- 
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Holland, H. S. Concernine the resurrection. 
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— Power of the resurrection. [Sermon.] (In 
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Jones, J. D. The resurrection. (In his 
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Lake, K. Historical evidence for the resur- 
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Liddon, H. P. Easter in St. Paul's: sermons 
on the resurrection. 1885. 

Milligan, W. Resurrection of our Lord. 
2d thous. 1884. (Croall lect.) 

Morrison, C. R. Proofs of Christ's resurrec- 
tion. 1885. 

Mortimer, A. G. Jesus and the resurrection. 
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Orr, J. The cross and the resurrection. (In 
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— The resurrection of Jesus. [1908.] 
Randolph, B. W. The empty tomb: thoughts 

on the resurrection of our Lord. 1906. 

Robson, J. Resurrection gospel; study of 
Christ's great commission. 1908. 

Schleiermacher, F. E. D. Christ's resurrec- 
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Simpson, W. J. S. The resurrection and 
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Snowden, J. H. Resurrection of Christ. 
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Varley, H. Evangel of the risen Christ: 
His resurrection triumphs, n. d. 

Warschauer, J. The resurrection. (In his 
The new evangel.) 

Westcott, B. F. Gospel of the resurrection: 
thoughts on its relation to reason and his- 
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ResurrecHon and ascension, 

Hanna, W. The forty days after our Lord's 
resurrection. 1866. 

Hanson, G. Resurrection and the life; a 
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Latham, H. The risen Master. 7th thous. 
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Swete, H. B. Appearances of our Lord 
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Sayings, 

Master's guide for His disciples. The: being 
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See also Bible. N. T. Apocryphal books. 

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Morgan, C C. Sunrise: '^Behold He 

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Russell, J. S. Parousia: critical inquirv into 

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Simpson, J. G. Christ's resurrection and sec- 
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Wellcome, L C. Treatise on our Lord's last 

great prophecy. loth ed. 
Young, G. L. Ketum of the Redeemer and 

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Ullmann, K. Sinlessnesss of Jesus; an evi- 
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Teaching, 

Alexander, G. The Son of man: studies 

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1908. 
Bachmann, P. The new message in the 

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ser.) 
Briggs, C. A. Ethical teaching of Jesus. 

1904. 
Bruce, A. B. Training of the twelve. 4th ed. 

1889. 
Christ the socialist. By the author of 

" Philip Meyer's scheme." 1894. 
Clarke, W. N. Ideal of Jesus. 191 1. 
Crane, L. B. Teaching of Jesus concerning 

the Holy Spirit. C1905. 
Creed of Chnst. IQ05. 
Dalman, G. Worcfs of Jesus considered in 

the lig^t of i>06t-biblical Jewish writings 

and the Aramaic language. 1903. 
Drummond, R. J. Relation of the apostolic 

teaching to the teaching of Christ. 1900. 

(Kerr lect.) 
(Sarvie, A. £. The Christian ideal as revealed 

in Jesus. {In Christ and civilization. 

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Hall, C. C. Christ and the human race; or. 

The attitude of Jesus Christ toward foreign 

races and religions. 1906. (W. B. Mbble 

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Hyde, W. D. Jesus' way. 1902. 
Jackson, G. Teaching of Tesus. 1903. 
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Jones, E., Griffith-. The Master and His 

method. 1902. 
King, H. C. Ethics of Jesus. 1910. 
King, J. M. Theology of Christ's teaching. 

1903. 
Latham. H. Pastor pastorum; or, The 

schooling of the apostles by our Lord . 1 800. 
Leighton, J. A. Jesus Christ and the civili- 
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MacDowell, W. F. In the school of Christ. 

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Mackintosh, R. Christ and the Jewish law. 

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McNeile, A. H. Our Lord's use of the Old 

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Montefiore, C. G. Some elements of the 

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Muirhead, L. A. Eschatology of Jesus. 

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Orr, J. The teaching of Jesus. {In his 

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Jbsus Christ. Teaching — Continued. 

Peabody, F. G. Jesus Christ and the social 

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of modern social life. 1900. 
Sharman, H. B. Teaching of Jesus about the 

future according to the synoptic gospels. 

Staiter, J. Ethic of Jesus. 1909. 

Stevens, G. B. The teaching of Jesus. 1901. 
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Tolstoy, L. N. Teaching of Jesus. 1909. 

Walker, A. H. Christ's Christianitv: the 
precepts recorded in Matthew, Mark, Luke 
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Walker, W. L. Teaching of Christ in its 
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Watson, J. (Ian Madaren.) Jesus' appre- 
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Wendt, H. H. Teaching of Jesus; tr. by 
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Tempiatum. 

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Orr, J. The temptation of Jesus. {In his 
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TiUes, 

Westcott, B. F. Revelation of the Father; 
lectures on the titles of the Lord in the 
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Tran^gurctHon. 

Brooks, P. The transfiguration of Christ. 

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Davidson, A. P. The transfiguration. {In 

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Gunsaulus, F. W. Transfiguration of Christ. 

1886. 

Trial. 

Chandler, W. M. Trial of Jesus. 1908. 2v. 
Dupin, A. M. J. J. Trial of Jesus before 

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Macfarland, C. S. Jesus and the prophets; 
an hbtorical, exegetical and interpretative 
discussion of the use of Old Testament 
prophecy by Jesus and of His attitude 
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Jesus Christ and St. Paul. Fifth gospel: 
being the Pauline interpretation of the 
Christ. By the author of ' The faith of a 
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Gilbert, G. H. The teaching of Paul. {In 
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Meyer. A. Jesus or Paul? Tr. by J. R. Wil- 
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Orr, J. Jesus and Paul. (In his Faith of a 
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Scott, C. A. A. Jesus and Paul. (In Cam- 
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Somer\'ille, D. St. Paul's conception of 
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Weiss, J. Paul and Jesus; tr. by H. J. 
Chaytor. 1909. (Harper's libr. of living 
thought.) 

See also Paul, St. Teaching. 
Jesus Christ as a prophet. Schwartzkop£F, 
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and their fulfilment. 1897. 

Walker, A. H. Prophecy. (In his Christ's 
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Jesus Christ as mediator. Terry, M. S. 

Mediation of Jesus Christ. 1903. 
Jesus Christ in art. DQrer, A. Passion of 

our Lord Jesus Christ pourtrayed by 

Albert DOrer. Ed. by Henry Cole. 1844. 
Farrar, F. W. Life of Christ as represented 

in art. 1895. 
Griswold, R. W., ed. Scenes in the life 

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Hurl], £. M. Life of our Lord in art; with 

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Jameson, Mrs, A. B. (M.), and Eastlake, £., 

Lady. History of our Lord as exemplified 

in works of art. 1872. 2 v. 
Tissot, J. J. Life of our Saviour Jesus Christ. 

1903. 3v. 
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Christ in song: hymns of Immanuel selected 

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JevonSy Frank Byron. Comparative religion. 

Camb. [Enp:.] Univ. press. 1913. 
Idea of God in early religions. Camb. [Eng.1 

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Methuen. 1896. 
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relidon. N. Y. Macm. 1908. (Hart- 

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Personality. N. Y. Putnam. 1913. 
Jevons, Wluiam Stanley. Political economy. 

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Jewish law. Chandler, W. M. Trial of Jesus. 
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Mackintosh, R. Christ and Jewish law. 
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Jewish literature. See Bible. O. T.; Jews. 
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Jewish philosophers. See Philo Judaeus. 
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I>octrine of retribution in rabbinical literature. — 9, 
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Steiner, E. A. Against the current; simple 
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Weinstock, H. Jesus the Jew, and other 
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iews? — Shall Jew and Christian hitermarry? — 
(foses. the greatest man of antiquity. — The ethics 
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See also Essenes; Pharisees; also Missions to 
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Abbott, L. Life and literature of the ancient 
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Conder, C. R. Judas Maccabseus and the 
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Comill, C. H. History of the people of 
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Curtis, E. L. Return of the Jews under Cyrus. 
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Deissman, G. A. Bible studies; contributions 
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Fairweather W. Back^ound of the gospels; 

Judaism in the penod between the Old 

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Giffot, F. E. C. Outlines of Jewish history 

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Graetz, H. History of the Jews. 1891, 6v. 
Gregg, D. Between the Testaments; or, 

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Hunter, P. H. After the exile; a hundred 

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1890. 2V. 
Josephus, F. Works; Whiston's translation, 

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C. W. Wilson. 1900-1911. 5v. 
Keary, A. The nations around. 1870. 
Kent, C. F. History of the Hebrew people. 

1896-7. 2v. (Hist. ser. for Bible students.) 
I. From the settlement in Canaan to the 
division of the kingdom. 

II. From the division of the kingdom to the 
fall of Terusalem in 586 B.C. 

— History of the Jewish people during the 
Babylonian, Persian ana oreek periods. 

1899. (Hist. ser. for Bible students.) 
Kittel, R. History of the Hebrews; tr. by 

John Taylor [and others]. 1895-^. 2v. 

(Theol. transl. libr.) 
Ludlow, J. M. Deborah; a tale of the times 

of Judas Maccabeus. C1901. 
Milman, H.H. History of the Tews. 1864. 3V. 
Ottley, R. L. Short history of the Hebrews to 

the Roman period. 1901. 
Peters, J. P. Early Hebrew story: its 

historical background. 1904. (C. t. 1.) 
Renan, E. History of the people of Israel. 

1889-1891. 3v. 
Sayce, A. H. Early Israel and the surround- 
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— Patriarchal Palestine. 1895. 

Todd, J. C. Politics and religion in ancient 

Israel. 1904. 
Wellhausen, J. Proleeomena to the history 

of Israel; tr. by J. S. Black and AUan 

Menxies. 1885. 
See also Bible; Jerusalem; Palestine. 

History, New Testament times. 

Huidekoper, F. Judaism at Rome. B.C. 76 
to A.D. 140. 2d ed. 1877. 

Latimer, E. W. Judea from Cyrus to Titus. 
537 B.C. to 70 A.D. 2d ed. 1900. 

Mathews, S. History of New Testament 
times in Palestine. 1906. (N. T. hdbks.) 

Same, Rev. ed. 1910. 

Morrison, W. D. Jews under Roman rule. 
3d ed. 1893. (Story of the nations.) 

Ri^, J . S. History of the Jewish people dur- 
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1900. (N.T. hdbks.) 

Schflrer, E. History of the Jewish people in 

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Stapfer, E. Palestine in the time of Christ. 

1886. 

Liturgy, Ritual, 

Adler, N. M., chief rabbi. Authorised daily 
prayer book of the united Hebrew congre- 
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Jbws. Liturgy — Continued. 

Central Conference of American Rabbis. Union 
prayer-book for Jewish worship. 1908-10. 

2V. 

Dembitz, L. N. Jewish services in synagogue 
and home. 1898. 

Philosophy. 

Drummond, J. Philo Judaeus; or. The 
Jewish-Alexandrian philosophy in its devel- 
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Friedlander, G. Rabbinic philosophy and 
ethics illustrated by haggadic parables and 
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Philo Judaeus. Works; tr. by C. D. Yonge. 
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ReUgioH. 

Abrahams, I. Judaism, n. d. (ReUgions 
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Addis, W. E. Hebrew religion to the estab- 
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Budde, K. F. R. Religion of Israel to the 
exile. 1899. (Amer. lect. on the hist, of 
religions.) 

Cheyne, T. K. Jewish religious life after the 
exile. 1898. (Amer. lect on the hist, of 
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Clarke, J. F. The Jewish religion. (In his 
Ten great religions.) 

Curtiss, S. I. Primitive Semitic religion 
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Gaster, M. Jews and Judaism in the nine- 
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Hollmann, G. Jewish religion in the time of 
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Joseph, M. The ideal in Judaism, and other 
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— Judaism as creed and life. 1903. 

Kuenen, A. Religion of Israel to the fall of 
the Jewish state; tr. by A. H. May. 1874- 
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Lewin, R. D'C. What is Judaism? or, A 
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Loisy, A. The religion of Israel; tr. by 
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Meyer, L. Judaism. (In Religions of mis- 
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Montefiore, C. G. Lectures on the origin 
and ^wth of religion as illustrated by the 
relieion of the ancient Hebrews. 1892. 
(Hibbert lect.) 

Oesterley, W. O. E., and Box, G. H. Religion 
and worship of the synagogue; an introduc- 
tion to the study of Judaism from the New 
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Ottley, R. L. Religion of Israel. 1905. 

Paton, L. B. Early religion of Israel. 1910. 
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Pfleiderer, O. Religion of Israel; Post- 
exilic Judaism, (/fi his Religion and 
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Philipson, D. Reform movement in Judaism. 
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Stanley, A. P. Lectures on the history of the 

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world.) 
Toy, C. H. History of the religion of Israel. 

1883. 
Welch, A. C. Religion of Israel under the 

kingdom. 1912. (Kerrlect.) 
See also Priesthood, Jewish. 

Social life. 

Day, E. Sodal life of the Hebrews. 1901. 

(Semitic series. III.) 
Edersheim, A. Sketches of Jewish social life 

in the days of Christ. 1876. 

Theology. 

Abelson, J. Immanence of God in rabbinical 

literature. 1012. 
Duff, A. Theology and ethics of the Hebrews. 

1903. (Semitic ser., II.) 
Schechter, S. Some aspects of rabbinic 

theology. 1909* 
Jews in the United States. Antin, M. 

The promised land. 1912. 
Baker. R. S. Disintegration of the Jews. 

— A study of the synagogues of New York 

City. (In his Spiritual unrest.) 
Bemheimer, C. S., ed. Russian Jew in the 

United States. 1905. 
Peters, M. C. The Jews in America; a short 

story of their part in the building of the 

republic. 1905. 
Two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the 

settlement of the Jews in the United States. 

Addresses at Carnegie Hall, New York, 

on Thanksgiving Day, 190^, together with 

other selected addreraes and proceedings. 
Job, Old Testament patriarch, daird, E. The 

faith of Job. (In his Lay sermons and 

addresses.) 
Dawson. W. J. Job on pessimism. (In his 

Threshold oi manhood: sermons.) 
Matheson, G. Job the patient. (In his 

Representative men of the Bible: Adam to 

Job.) 

Job. 



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Momerie. A. W. 

his Defects of CI 
Spaulding. H. G. 

of Israel.) 
Whyte. A. Job. (In his Bible characters: 

Ahitnophel to Nehemiah.) 
Williams, T. R. Job. (In Men of the O. T. 

Solomon to Jonah. Milligan, G., and others.) 
Joel, Hebrew prophet. Farrar, F. W. (In his 

Minor prophets.) 
Rowland, A. Joel. (In Men of the O. T. 

Solomon to Jonah. Milligan, G., and 

others.) 
JQrgensent Johannes. St. Francis of Assisi; 

a biography; tr. by T. O'C. Sloane. N. Y. 

Longm. 1912. 
John, St. Macdonald, J. M. Life and writings 

of St. John. 1877. 
Matheson, G. John the self-surrendered. 

(In his Representative men of the N. T.) 
Milligan, G. The four evangelists — St. 

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John, 5^— Continued. 

Stalker, J. The two St. Jchns of the New 
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Stanley, A. P. St. John at Patmos and at 
Epbesus. (In his Sermons preached be- 
fore the Prince of Wales. 1862.) 

Van Dyke, H. The making of St. John. (In 
his The open door.) 

Whyte, A. John, (in his Bible characters: 
Joseph and Mary to James, the Lord's 
brother.) 

Yonge, C. M. Pupils of St. John the Divine, 
n. d. 
John the Baptist, St. Carpenter, W. B. John 
the Baptist. (In his Son of man among the 
sons of men.) 

Davidson, A. B. John the Baptist. [Ser- 
mon.] (In his Called of God.) 

Gale, N. Prophet of the highest; or. The 
mission of John the Baptist. ci87^. 

Greenhough, I. G. John the Baptist. (In 
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Matheson, G. John the expanded. (In his 
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Reynokls, H. R. John the Baptist. 1874. 

Robertson^ A. T. John the loyal; studies in 
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Scott, E. F. John the Baptist. (In his The 
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Stalker, J. The two St. Johns of the New 
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Whyte, A. John the Baptist. (In his 
Bible characters: Joseph and Mary to 
James, the Lord's brother.) 
John of Damascus, St. Expfmdon of the ortho- 
dox faith; tr. by S. D. F. Salmond. (In 
Nicene and post-Nicene fathers, 2d ser., 
vol. IX.) 

Lupton, J. H. St. John of Damascus. 1882. 
OPathers for Engl, readers.) 
John, Griffith. Thompson, R. W. Griffith 
John; the story of fifty years in China. 
1906. 
Johns, CUiiide Hennann Walter. Ancient 
Assyria. Camb. [Eng.] Univ. press. 1912. 
(Camb. manuals of science and litera- 
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transl. Oldest code of laws in the world. 
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Johnson, Edwardy of Wobnm. Wonder-work- 
ing Providence. 1628-1651. Ed. by Frank- 
lin Jameson. N. Y. Scribner. 1910. 
(Original narratives of early Amer. history.) 
J<^in8on, BUas Henry. Christian agnosticism 
as related to Christian knowledge, the 
critical principle in theology; ed. by H. C. 
Vedder. Phila. G. & R. press. 1907. 

The highest life; a story of diortcomings and 
a goal, including a friendly analysis of the 
Kaiwick movement. N. Y. Armstrong. 
1901. 

Holy Spirit, then and now. Phila. Griffith. 
1904. 

Religious use of the imagination. Bost. 
Silver. CI901. 
Johnson, Francis Howe. God in evolution; 
a pragmatic study of theology. N. Y. 
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Abraham. Deane, W. J. 

Daniel. Deane, W. J. 

David. Deane, W. J. 

Eliiah. MUligan, W. 

Gideon and the Judges. Lang, J. M. 

Isaac and Jacob. Kawlinson, G. 

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Jeremiah. Cheyne, T. K. 

Joshua. Deane, W. J. 

Kings of Israel and Judah. Rawlinson, G. 

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Moses. Rawlinson, G. 

Paul, St. I verach, J. 

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Solomon. Farrar, F. W. 
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1906. Cyprian: the churchman. Faulkner, 

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1906. Peter the Hermit. Goodsell, D. A. 

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1907. Girolamo Savonarola. Crawford, W. H. 

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1906-7. Marks of a man. Speer, R. E. 
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Drummond.J. The Jewish Messiah. 1877. 

Goodspeed, &. S. Israel's Messianic hope to 
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Mathews, S. Messianic hope in the New 
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Oesterle^, W. O. E. Evolution of the Mes- 
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Joseph, beloved, hated, exalted. N. Y. 

Revell. n. d. (O. T. heroes.) 
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Miller, SamueL Jonathan Edwards. N. Y. 

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Miller, William, founder of the Adventist 

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Millet, Joshua. History of the Baptists in 

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Mffligaii, Geof^e. New Testament documents: 

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Theology of the epistle to the Hebrews. 

Edin. Clark. 1899. 
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Robinson. 1904. 

— Men of the Old Testament. Cine. 
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L Cain to David. 
IL Solomon to Jonah. 

— Men of the New Testament: Matthew 
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Milligan, Robert H. Fetish folk of West 
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Milli g an , William. Ascension and heavenly 
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Book of Revelation. N. Y. Armstrong. 

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Elijah: his life and times. N. Y. Ran- 
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Mills, Benjamin Fay. God's world, and other 
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Mills, Joseph Travis. Great days of North- 
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Milman, Henry Hart History of Christianity 

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History of Latin Christiamty; including that 

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V. N. Y. Sheldon. 1862. 8v. 
History of the Jews. Bost. Veazie. 1864. 

3v. 
Milmine, Georgine. Life of Mary Baker G. 

Eddy; and the history of Christian science. 

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Milner, Jose^ History of the church of 

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Cambr. ed. Bost. Houghton. C1899. 
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De Quincey, T. {In his Theological essays, 

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Ivimey, J. John Milton; his life and times. 

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Pattison, M. Milton, n. d. (Engl, men of 

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Shaler, Mrs, S. P. P. Masters of fate: the 

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Mind and motion and monism. Romanes, 
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Mind in the making. Swift, E. J. 

Mind reading. See Telepathy. 

Miner, Alonzo Ames. Emerson, G. H. Life 
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Ming, John Joseph. Characteristics and reli- 
gion of mooem socialism. N. Y. Ben- 
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Minister and the boy, The. Hoben, A. 

"Ministers. Carpenter, S. C. A parson's de- 
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Gunsaulu8, F. W. Minister and the spiritual 

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Henderson, H . Ethics and etiquette of the pul- 
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Herbert, G. A priest to the temple; or, 
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Jefferson, C. E. The minister as prophet. C1905. 
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Newbolt, W. C. E. Speculum sacerdotum; 
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as a pastor. 1908. 
Vincent, M. R. Ministers' handbook. CI882. 
Watson, J., and others. Clerical life; a series 

of letters to young ministers. 1898. 
Wylie, D. G. Mimster's companion. C1911. 
See also Ministry, Office and work of; Pas- 
toral theology; Preachers; Preachine. 
Ministry of cate^sing. Dupanloup, F. A. P. 
Ministry of healing:. Gordon, A. J . 
Ministry of the spirit. Gordon, A. T. 
Ministry of the word. Newbolt, W. C. E. 
Ministry 01 the word. Taylor, W. M. 
Ministry, Office .\nd work of. Abbott, L. 
The Christian ministry. 1905. 
Blaikie, W. G. For the work of the ministry. 

1883. 
Brewer, D. J. Pew to the pulpit. 1897. 
Chrysostom, J. On the priesthood. 1866. 
Coles, V. S. S. Pastoral work in country dis- 

tricte. 1906. 
Cunningham, W. Cure of souls. 1908. 
Curry, S. S. Vocal and literary interpreta- 
tion of the Bible. 1003. 
Faunce, W. H. P. Educational ideal in the 

ministry. 1908. (Yale lect.) 
Gibbons, J., carJ. Ambassador of Christ. 1896. 
Goodell, C. L. How to build a church. 1883. 
Gregory the Great, St, Book of pastoral rule. 
(In Nicene and post-Nicene fathers, 2d ser., 
vol. XII.) 
Hall, A. C. A. Preaching and pastoral care. 

Hall, C. C. Qualifications for ministerial 

power. 1895. (Carewlect.) 
Iverach, J. Conditions of successful work. 

(In his Other side of greatness, and other 

sermons^ 
Jefferson, C. E. Building of the church. 1910. 
Johnson, H. The ideal ministry. CI908. 
Keedy, E. E. Moral leaderahip and the 

ministry. 1912. 
Lightfoot, J. B. The Christian ministry. 

Xin his St. Paul's epistle to the Philippians, 

2d ed., pp. 179-^67.) 
Lyman, A. J. Christian pastor in the new 

age. CI900. (George Shepard lect.} 
Lynch, F. New opportunities of the nunistry. 

1912. 
Macfarland, C. S., ed. Christian ministrv 

and the social order. 1909. (Yale lect.) 
Park, E. A., ed. Preacher and pastor: by 

F^nelon, Herbert, Baxter, Campbell; with 

introductory essay. 2d thous. 1849. 

Contents: Introductory eatay. by E. A. Park.— 

Dialogues on eloquence, by M. de Ftoelon. — The 

country parson, by G. Herbert. — Reformed pastor. 

by R. Baxter. — Lectures on pulpit eloquence, by 

G. CampbeU. 



Ministry, Office and work of — Continued. 

Pattison, T. H. For the work of the ministry. 
[Ed. by) Harold Pattison. 1907. 

Pease, T. C. The Christian ministry, its 
present claim and attraction, and other 
writings. 1894. 

Rainsfoi^, W. S. Preacher's story of his work. 
1904. 

Robertson, A. T. Glory of the ministry. CI911. 

Spalding, J. F. Best mode of working a 
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Thomas, W. H. G. Work of the ministry. 

Tilden, W. P. Work of the ministry; lec- 
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Townsend, L. T. Sword and garment. 1875. 

Willcox, G. B. Pastor amidst his flock. 
C1890. 

Wynne, F. R. Joy of the ministry. 1885. 

See also Church work; Homiletics; Ministers; 
Pastoral theology; Preachers; Preaching; 
Sunday schools. 
Ministry we need. Sweetser, S. 
Miracles. Abbott, E. A. Philomythus; anti- 
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man's Essay on ecclesiastical miracles. 1891. 

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Bushnell, H. Nature and the supernatural. 
1859. 

De Quincey, T. On Hume's argument against 
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Gordon, G. A. Religion and miracle. 1909. 

Holland, H. S., and others. Miracles: papers 
and sermons contributed to the Guarduan. 
1911. 

Jefferson, C. E. The miracles. [Sermon.] 
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Lamb, F. J. Miracle and science. 1909. 

Lyttelton, A. T. Place of miracles in religion. 
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Mozfey, J. B. Eight lectures on miracles. 
1867. (Bamp. lect.) 

Murray, J. O. F. Spiritual and historical evi- 
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Wanngton, G. Can we believe in miracles? 
n. d. 

Wendland, J. Miracles and Christianity. 
1911. 

Wilson, W. D. Miracles and inspiration. 
(In his Foundations of religious belief.) 

See also Apollonius of Tyana. 

Old Testament. 

Brockington, A. A. Old Testament miracles 
in the light of the gospel. 1907. 

New Testament. 

Bruce, A. B. Miraculous element in the 
gospels. C1886. 

May, J. The New Testament miracles; 
Origin of belief in miracles. (In his Mira- 
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Miriam, sister of Moses and Aaron. Matheson, 
G. Miriam the fl:ifted. (In his Repre- 
sentative women of the Bible.) 

Van Ehrlre, H. J. Miriam. {In Women of the 
Bible. Chadwick, J. W., and others,) 

Whyte, A. Miriam. (In his Bible charac- 
ters: Adam to Achan.) 
Misery and its causes. Devine, E. T. 
Missionaries. Barton, J. L. The missionary 
and his critics, c 1 906. 

Brown, A. J. The foreign missionary: an 
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See also Missionary biography. 
Missionary biography. Creegan, C. C. Pio- 
neer missionaries of the church. C1903. 

Field, C. Heroes of missionary enterprise; 
true stories of the intrepid braver]^ and 
stirring adventures of missionaries in all 
parts of the world. 1 898. 

Gardner, M. T., and Gardner, W. E. Win- 
ners of the world. 1909. 

Gilliat, E. Heroes of modem crusades. 1909. 

LambN^, J. C. Missionary heroes in Asia. 
1908. 

Lhamon, W. J. Heroes of modem missions. 
C1899. 

Maclear, G. F. Apostles of mediaeval Europe. 
1869. 

Shelton, D. O. Heroes of the cross in America. 
CI904. (Forward mission study courses.) 

Speer, R. E. Servants of the king. CI909. 

— Some great leaders in the world move- 
ment, cioii* 

Vedder, H. C. Christian epoch-makers; the 
story of the great missionary eras in the 
history of Christianity. [1908.) 

Walsh, W. P. Heroes of the mission fieki. 
n.d. 

See also Single biographies. 
MissUmary Conference on Behalf of the Mo- 
banimedan Wcwld. Papers. N. Y. Revell. 
1906-1911. 2V. 

1906. Nlohammedan world of to-day: papers 
read at the first conference, Cairo, 1906; 
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191 1. Islam and missions: papers read at the 
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E. M. Wherry [and others]. 
Missionary conferences. See Centenary Con- 
ference on the Protestant Missions of 
the World; Ecumenical Missionary Con- 
ference; General Conference on Foreign 
Missions; World Missionary Conference. 
Missionary conventions. See Student Volunteer 

Movement. International Convention. 
Missionary fiction. Gale, J. S. Vanguard: 
a tale of Korea. C1904. 

Noble, W. A. Ewa, a tale of Korea. C1906. 

Wilson, S. G. Mariam, a romance of Persia. 
C1906. 
Missionary landscapes in the dark continent. 

Johnston, J. 
Missionary societies. See American Bapt. Home 
Miss. Society; American Bapt. Miss. So- 
ciety (known as the Amer. Bapt. Miss. 
Union) ; Amer. Bd. of Com'rs for For. Mis- 
sions; Amer. Miss. Association; Lond. 
Miss. Society; also Reid, J. M. Missions 
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Missions. Allen, R. Missionaiv methods, St. 
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theology.) 

Baldwin, S. L. Foreign missions of the Prot- 
estant churches. C1900. 

Barton, J. L. Human progress through mis- 
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— Unfinished task of the Christian church. 
1908. 

— and others. Foreign missions. (In Re- 
cent Christian progress. Paton, L. B., ed.) 

Bashford, J. W. God's missionary plan for 
the world. CI907. 

Beach, H. P. Geograi:^y and atlas of Prot- 
estant missions; their environment, forces, 
distribution, methods, results and prospects 
at the opening of the twentieth century. 
1901-^. 2V. 

Begbie, H. Other sheep. CI912. 

Brent, C. H. Adventure for God. 1907. 
(Paddock lect.) 

Brooks, P. Heroism of foreign missions. 
(In his Candle of the Lord, and other ser- 
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Browuj A. J. The why and how of foreign 
missions. 3d ed. 1908. (Forward mis- 
sion study courses.) 

Buckley, J. M . Theory and practice of foreign 
missions. C1911. 

Carver, W. O. Missions in the plan of the 
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Chnstlieb, T. Protestant foreign missions. 
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Clark, F. E., and Clark, H. E. (A.) Gospel 
in Latin lands. 1909. 

Clarke, W. N. Study of Christian misuons. 
1900. 

Dennis, J. S. Christian missions and social 
pro^^ress. 1899. 3v. 

— Foreign missions after a century. CI893. 

— Modem call of missions. 19 13. 

— New horoscope of missions. CI908. 

— Social influence of Christianity as illus- 
trated by modem missions, (in Christ 
and dvihzation. Paton, J. B., and others, 
eds.) 

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missions. 191 1. 

Dwight, H. O., ed. Blue book of missions. 
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— Same. 1907. 

Ellis, W. T. Men and missions. 1909. 

Forsyth, P. T. Missions in state and church, 
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Gordon, A. J. Holy Spirit in missions. 1893. 

Goucher, J. F. Growth of the missionary 
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Headland, I. T. Some by-products of mis- 
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Hixson, M. B. Missions in the Sunday 
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Hodgkins, L. M. Via Christi; an introduc- 
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Horton, R. F. Bible a missionary book. n. d. 

Hume, R. A. Missions from the modem 
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Laurie, T. Ely volume; or, Contributions of 
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Mabie, H. C. Divine rieht of missions; 
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— Task worth while; or Divine philotfophy 
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McAfee, J. E. World missions from the home 

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Mackenzie, W. D. Christianity and the 

progress of man as illustrated by modem 

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Maiden, R. H. Foreign missions; being a 

study of some principles and methods in the 

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Montgomery, H. B. Western women in 

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Montgomery, H. H. Introduction: the 

church of the far west. {In Mankind and 

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ed. Mankind and the church: being an 

attempt to estimate the contribution of 

great races to the fulness of the church of 

God; by seven bishops. 1907. 
Morgan, u. C. Missionary manifesto. 1909. 
Mott, J. R. Decisive hour of Christian 

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— Evanp;elization of the world in this 
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Speer, K. E. Christianity and the nations. 
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Economics, 

Caupenter^ C. H. Self-support illustrated 
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Richter, J. History of missions in India; 

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Stewart, J. Dawn in the dark continent. 

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Zwemer, S. M. Arabia: the cradle of Islam; 
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See also Missions to the Mohammedans. 

Asia, 
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Burma. 
Cochrane, H. P. Among the Burmans. 

Smith, J. Ten years in Burma. C1902. 

China. 

Burton, M. E. Education of women in China. 
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China mission year book, 1912; ed. by G. H. 
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Headland, I. T. China's new day. C1912. 

Hoare, J. C. Contribution of the church of 
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Lin Shao- Yang. A Chinese appeal to Christen- 
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Ross, J. Mission methods in Manchuria. 
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Smith, A. H. Rex Christus: an outline study 
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— The uplift of China. 1907. (Forward 
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Speer, R. E. [Missions in China.] (In his 
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Williams, I. R. By the great wall: letters 
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Cuba. 
Grose, H. B. Advance in the Antilles. 1910. 

Egypt. 
Richter, J. (In his History of Protestant 

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Watson, C. R. Egypt and the Christian 

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— In the valley of the Nile; a survey of 
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Hawaiian Islands. 

Brain, B. M. Transformation of Hawaii. 
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India, 

Berg, E. P. Conversion of India: being 
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Chamberlain, J. In the tiger jungle. C1896. 

Cowan, M. G. Education of the women of 
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Eddy, S. India awakening. 191 1. (For- 
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Jones, J. P. India's problem: Krishna or 
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Lucas, B. Chnst for India; a presentation of 
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A study of miatkma in India. 

Mason, C. A. Lux Christi: an outline study 
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Richter, J. History of missions in India. 
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Russell, N. Village work in India; pen pic- 
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Japan, 

Awdry, W. Contribution of Japan to the 
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Cary, O. History of Christianity in Japan; 
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Christian movement in Japan. 1903-1912. 
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Korea, 
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Gnffis, W. E. A modern pioneer in Korea: 

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Underwood, H. G. Call of Korea, political — 

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Labrador, 
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Latin America. 

Brown, H. W. Latin America: the pagans, 

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Latin America* i. e.. the Weat Indiea, Modoo. CentnU 
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Clark, F. E., and Clark, H. E. (A.) Gospel 
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London, 
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Pacific Islands. 
Montgomery, H. B. Christus redemptor; 
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Papua, or New Guinea. 
Stone- Wgg, M. J. The Papuans: a people 
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Porto Rico. 
Grose, H. B. Advance in the Antilles. 1910. 

Russia. 
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Siam. 

McGilvary, D. Half century among the 
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Siam and Laos as seen by our American mis- 
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Souih America. 
Clark, F. E. Continent of opportunity. 

CI907. 
Millard, E. C, and Guinness, L. E. South 

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Neely, T. B. South America: its missionary 

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Speer, R. E. Protestant missions in South 

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Syria. 
Jessup, H. H. Fifty-three years in Syria. 

CI910. 
Richter, J. (In his History of Protestant 

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Tibet. 

Field, C. (In his Heroes of missionary enter- 
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Lambert, J. C. A heroine of Tibet. (In his 
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Turkey. 
Barton, J. L. Daybreak in Turkey. [CI908.] 
Richter, J. Protestant missions in Turkey 

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West, M. A. Romance of missions; or. Inside 

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CI875. 
Wheeler, C. H. Ten years on the Euphrates; 

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UniUd States. 
A. B. H. M. S. Baptist home missions in 

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Burleson, H. L. Conquest of the continent. 

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Clark, J. B. Leavening the nation; the story 
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Coker, H. J., comp. Conservation of the 
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Douglass, H. P. Christian reconstruction in 

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Douglass, T. O. Pilgrims of Iowa. CI911. 
Grose, H. B. The incoming millions. CI906. 

(Home miss, study course!) 
Morris, S. L. At our own door; study of 

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Piatt, W. The frontier. 1908. (Forward 

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Puddefoot, W. G. The minute man on the 

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Wells, Mrs. D. B., and others. Conservation 

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See also Home missions; Inmiigratioii; also 

N. Y. [City.] Water St. Mission. 

Home missions. 
Guernsey, A. M. Citizens of to-morrow; a 

study of childhood and youth from the 

standpoint of home mission work. C1907. 

(Home mission study course.) 
Kelsey, H. H., and others. Home missions. 

(In Recent Christian progress. Paton, 

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Sears, C. H. Redemption of the city. 191 1. 
Strong, J. The challenge of the dty. 28th 

thous. 1907. (Forward mission study 

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See also Christianity and social questions; 

Cities. 

Indians. 
See Indians of North America. 

Jews. 

Richter, J. Missions among the Jews. (In 
his Historv of Protestant missions in the 
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Mohammedans. 

Herrick, G. F. Christian and Mohammedan: 
a plea for bridging the chasm. C1912. 

Lefroy, G. A. Mohammedan races: their 
contributions to the body of Christ. (In 
Mankind and the church. Montgomery. 
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Van Sommer, A., and Zwemer, S. M., eds. 
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Wherry, E. M. Islam and Christianity in 
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Zwemer, S. M. The Moslem world. 1908. 
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— and Brown, A. J. The nearer and the 
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See also Missionary Conference on Behalf of 
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Negroes. 
See Missions. United States; Negro in the 
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Mitchell, Edward Cushinf. Critical handbook 

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Harper. 1896. 
Mitchell, Henry Bedlnger. Talks on religion: 

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*' A tranacript of actual oonvcreatioiis between men 

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Mitchell, Hinckley Gilbert Amos: an essay in 
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Commentary on Haggai and Zechariah. N. 

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Ethics of the Old Testament. Chi. Univ. 

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Genesis. N. Y. Macm. 1909. (Bible for 

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Isaiah: a study of chapters I-XII. N. Y. 

Crowell. CI8Q7. 
The world before Abraham according to 
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Mitchell, John Mnrrajr. Hinduism past and 

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Sayce, A. H. The Moabite Stone and the 
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Modern methods in church work. Mead, G. W. 
Modem methods in Sunday-school work. Mead, 
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Modem painters. Rusldn, J. 5v. 
Modem reader's Bible. Moulton, R. G., ed. 
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Church and labor. Stelzle, C. 
Earliest sources for the life of Jesus. Bur- 

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Foundine of the church. Bacon, B. W. 
Gospel of Jesus. Knox, G. W. 
Historical and religious value of the Old 

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Paul and Paulinism. Moffatt.J. 
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Driver, S. R. 
Modem speech New Testament. Weymouth, 

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Modern Sunday school. Cope, H. F. 
Modem Sunday school manuals. 
Adult class study. Wood, I. F. 
Evolution of the Sunday school. Cope, H. F. 
Graded Sunday school. Meyer. H. H. 
Organizing the Sunday school. Hurlbut, J. 

Modem thought and the crisis in belief. Wen- 
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Modem thought and traditional faith. Mains, 

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Modem Utopia, A. Wells, H.G. 
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Jordan^ L. H. Modernism in Italy; its origin, 
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Letters to his holiness. Pope Pius X. By a 
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Lilley, A. L. Modernism; a record and a re* 
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Loisv, A. The eospel and the church; tr. by 
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