Principles and Practices of the Regular Baptists
Principles and Practices for the Regular Baptists covers a wide range of topics and can be considered a concise systematic theology.
About the Author: Elder James H. Oliphant (1841-1925) of Crawfordsville, Indiana, was a respected Primitive Baptist minister and prolific writer. Very few before or after him has written such theologically precise, yet poetic works. Oliphant was a contributing editor for several periodcials. He also authored many books. Such books include Perseverance of the Saints, Thoughts on the Will, Justification and Kindred Subjects, and Practical Suggestions for Common People. About the Book: Principles and Practices for the Regular Baptists covers a wide range of topics and can be considered a concise systematic theology. The contents of this work vary from salvation to church practice. The strength of this volume lies not only in the subjects covered, but also within its readability and seemingly poetic style. Within these pages, Bible doctrine is made into a doxology bringing the reader to a clearer view of the glory of God.