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Things Which Become Sound Doctrine
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Things Which Become Sound Doctrine


James L. Fleming 2005

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From the Introduction: "The main purpose of this treatise is to present a fairly comprehensive statement on the MAJOR DOCTRINES OF THE BIBLE, with particular emphasis on the nature of the Godhead."

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Key Features

  • The book title is taken from Paul's exhortation to Titus (Titus 2:1)
  • Introduction by the author


  • Chapter One Definition of Terms
  • Chapter Two The Inspiration of the Bible
  • Chapter Three The Trinity
  • Chapter Four The Fatherhood of God
  • Chapter Five God the Son
  • Chapter Six God the Holy Spirit
  • Chapter Seven The Material Creation
  • Chapter Eight Satan and Evil Spirits
  • Chapter Nine Angels
  • Chapter Ten The Study of Man
  • Chapter Eleven The Sin Problem
  • Chapter Twelve The Plan of Redemption
  • Chapter Thirteen The Last Enemy—Death
  • Chapter Fourteen The Resurrection
  • Chapter Fifteen The Second Coming, the Great Judgment, and the End of the World
  • Chapter Sixteen The Church
  • Chapter Seventeen The Lord's Supper
  • Chapter Eighteen Christian Baptism
  • Chapter Nineteen Divine Physical Healing
  • Chapter Twenty Christian Duties that Minister Growth in Grace
  • Chapter Twenty-One On Duties Expressed in Service

Product Details

  • Title: Things Which Become Sound Doctrine
  • Author: H. C. Heffren
  • Publisher: Gospel Trumpet

About H. C. Heffren

H. C. Heffren has also authored Five Smooth Stones, The Father's Good Pleasure, and An Examination of Daniel's Prophecy.

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