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Title: Fundamentals of Bible Doctrine


Author: Wearner, Alonzo J.



"The most essential points of our faith should be stamped upon the memory of the young."-LS 448. "We believe that every doctrine of God's word ought to be studied by men, and that their faith should lay hold on the whole matter of the Sacred Scriptures, and more especially upon all that part of Scripture which concerns the person of our all-blessed Redeemer." - Spurgeon, "Sermons," Vol. III, page 259. No one can afford not to study the will of God to usward, and to seek a clearer view of our Lord, as the example of a holy life, as an inspiration to right doing. Especially should those seek to know God who profess to follow Him, who are His visible representatives on earth, and by whom the world judge His doctrine. Yet, possibly more essential is it that those who are a part of the great movement to warn a perishing world of the imminent appearing of our Lord in glory, be well established in the unshakable fundamentals upon which our faith is built; be able, with full confidence, meekness, and in the fear of God, to give intelligently and clearly the reason for the hope that is in them. Let all be directed to "the Bible and the Bible only." No book must be allowed to detract an iota from the Book of books. Let the Bible be kept above all. The author and compiler has trod with fear and caution these holy grounds, lest he make sacred things common. May God forgive any unintentional lapse, and the lack of wisdom and knowledge in much that is to him yet veiled. May God accept the effort with a prayer that it may, in some small way, lead a soul to add a bit of glory to His name.