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Edgar Young Mullins Collection (11 vols.)
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Overview

Edgar Young Mullins, one of the twentieth century's leading Southern Baptist theologians, offers a wealth of insight, doctrine, and exegesis in the nearly three thousand pages that make up the Edgar Young Mullins Collection (11 Vols.). Providing a critical look at the practices and doctrine of the Southern Baptist denomination, Mullins' writings are comprehensive, spirited, and contain much historical value as well as theological insight. Included in Mullins' writings are the topics of spiritualism, Baptist doctrine, authority and religion, evangelism, Christian living, and study guides to several Pauline epistles. The eleven volumes in this set provide fantastic resources for pastors, professors, Sunday school teachers, laity, and historians. 

Mullins' writings continue to inspire and educate readers today regarding the traditions of the Southern Baptist Church. From New Testament study guides, Southern Baptist doctrine, and compendiums on living in Christ, his vast knowledge of the Scriptures and years of biblical studies make the Edgar Young Mullins Collection (11 Vols.) the perfect addition to your theological libraryIn Logos Bible Software, studying the writings of Edgar Young Mullins is easier than ever. Word searches bring up hundreds of instantaneous results at the click of a mouse, and mousing over Scripture references provides easy access to biblical references contained in his writings. 

Key Features

  • Southern Baptist theology from one of the most well-known Southern Baptist theologians of the twentieth century
  • Includes study guides for Ephesians and Colossians
  • Contains resources on Spiritualism

Praise for the Print Edition

Edgar Young Mullins, who was perhaps the most pivotal figure in twentieth century Southern Baptist life, deserves notice.

—Online Reviewer

Edgar Young Mullins is the most formative influence on the theological and doctrinal development of the Southern Baptist Church.

—Online Reviewer

Individual Titles

Why Is Christianity True?

  • Author: Edgar Young Mullins
  • Publisher: Christian Culture Press
  • Publication Date: 1905
  • Pages: 461

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Edgar Young Mullins penned Why Is Christianity True? with the aim of providing a thorough argument for the validity of the Bible and of Jesus Christ. Although there are many books with such a goal by many different theologians, Mullins had two specific hopes when writing this particular resource: elimination of technical jargon in order to aid comprehension by all who read it, and to present the whole doctrine of Christianity instead of focusing only on certain aspects. This book is an excellent resource for anybody wishing to gain clarity of thought regarding the specifics of the truth behind Christianity.

The Axioms of Religion

  • Author: Edgar Young Mullins
  • Publisher: American Baptist Publication Society
  • Publication Date: 1908
  • Pages: 319

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Mullins was very concerned that the tenets of Baptism be clearly taught. The Axioms of Religion includes information from lectures given by Mullins in England, Missouri, and Virginia on the subject. Focusing mainly on the New Testament, this resource is a valuable look into Baptist doctrine.

Baptist Beliefs

  • Author: Edgar Young Mullins
  • Publisher: The Judson Press
  • Publication Date: 1925
  • Pages: 104

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As there are currently quite a few Baptist creeds, Mullins' goal was not to add to that number but instead compile existing creeds into a lucid and simplified book that would be useful to laity. Baptist Beliefs gives a broad overview and outline of Baptist doctrine in just over one hundred comprehensive pages.

Freedom and Authority in Religion

  • Author: Edgar Young Mullins
  • Publisher: The Griffith & Rowland Press
  • Publication Date: 1913
  • Pages: 427

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Freedom and Authority in Religion discusses several opposing viewpoints: that of not putting any authority into Christianity, and that of one-sided authority. Mullins defines the one-sided authority as that which comes only from a narrow scientific or philosophic standpoint, as he urges a more holistic view of authoritative religion.

Chapters Included

  • The Modern Ideal of Freedom
  • The Consciousness of Jesus and the New Testament Records
  • The Interactable Residues of Science
  • The Unstable Equilibrium of Philosophy
  • Voluntarism and Authority, or the Religious Assimilation of Truth
  • The Principle of Authority
  • The Nature of Religion
  • Religious Knowledge
  • The Authority of Jesus Christ
  • The Place of the Bible in Christianity
  • Summary and Conclusion

The Life in Christ

  • Author: Edgar Young Mullins
  • Publisher: Fleming H. Revell Company
  • Publication Date: 1917
  • Pages: 243

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A collection of twenty-two sermons preached by Edgar Young Mullins, The Life in Christ encompasses subjects such as the Lordship of Christ, living in happiness, the Fatherhood of God, Christ's redemptive power, and much more. Mullin's sermons are infused with astute biblical insight and practical wisdom for everyday living. These sermons are a theological goldmine, and all who read them will be encouraged and inspired.

Sermons Included

  • The Lordship of Christ
  • Abundant Life
  • The Resurrection Life of the Believer
  • Christianity and the Law of Service
  • No Man Liveth to Himself
  • An Ancient Recipe for a Happy Life
  • The Fatherhood of God
  • Freedom, True and False
  • The Supreme Quality in Human Actions
  • Sonship Through Sufferings
  • Christ's Challenge to Manhood
  • Character Adorning Calling: As Seen in the Life of Gen. R. E. Lee
  • All Things Work Together
  • The Revival of Mortality in our Public Life and its Meaning
  • Mob Violence as a Symptom
  • Christianity as Power
  • Dedication Sermon
  • The Redemptive Mission of Jesus Christ
  • He Came to Himself
  • Manhood and Childhood Religions
  • The Testimony of Christian Experience
  • The Glory of Jesus Christ

The Christian Religion in Its Doctrinal Expression

  • Author: Edgar Young Mullins
  • Publisher: Roger Williams Press
  • Publication Date: 1917
  • Pages: 548

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"The aim of this treatise is twofold: first, to set forth the contents of the Christian religion; and, secondly, to set forth the doctrines of the religion which arise out of it and which are necessary to explain its meaning," Mullins says of The Christian Religion in Its Doctrinal Expressions. A theologically involved resource, this book is thought-provoking and full of rich exegesis.

Talks on Soul Winning

  • Author: Edgar Young Mullins
  • Publisher: Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention
  • Publication Date: 1920
  • Pages: 84

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Comprised of a series of talks given at Camp Zachary Taylor, the original audience for this book was a group of Christian secretaries working with soldiers at the camp. The lectures covered the topics of conversion, repentance, and faith, and resulted in quite a few conversions of soldiers in the United States Army around the time of World War I.

Spiritualism, A Delusion

  • Author: Edgar Young Mullins
  • Publisher: Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention
  • Publication Date: 1920
  • Pages: 76

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Spiritualism, the belief that the dead communicate with the living, is a much-debated topic of which Edgar Young Mullins has formed strong, Scripturally-based opinions. Dissecting the practice, Mullins discusses the appeal, the theoretical scientific proof, the detriments of such a practice, and what the Bible has to say on the topic.

Christianity at the Crossroads

  • Author: Edgar Young Mullins
  • Publisher: Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention
  • Publication Date: 1924
  • Pages: 289

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One of Mullins' most well-known and well-loved books, Christianity at the Crossroads was published in 1920, eight years before the death of its author. Infused with thought-provoking and astute exegesis, this practical book shows Mullins' great wisdom and biblical knowledge regarding the both the Baptist doctrine and everyday Christian living.

Studies in Colossians

  • Author: Edgar Young Mullins
  • Publisher: Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention
  • Publication Date: 1935
  • Pages: 142

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Intended as a study guide for personal Bible study or in a classroom setting, Studies in Colossians contains notes for pastors and professors to guide students through the book of Colossians. Anyone wishing to maximize study of Paul's epistle to the Colossians will find Mullins' study guide to be of great value. Helpful review questions are listed at the back of this resource.

Studies in Ephesians

  • Author: Edgar Young Mullins
  • Publisher: Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention
  • Publication Date: 1935
  • Pages: 143

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Studies in Ephesians is a fantastic complement to Mullins' guide to Colossians. As with Studies in Colossians, it contains a concise study guide as well as review questions and a note to pastors and professors who may be using the resource.

Product Details

  • Title: Edgar Young Mullins Collection (11 vols.)
  • Author: Edgar Young Mullins
  • Volumes: 11
  • Pages: 2,825

About Edgar Young Mullins

Edgar Young Mullins is one of the twentieth century's most noted Southern Baptist theologians. Both a pastor and professor, Mullins wrote many theological resources that continue to inspire and challenge readers today. He died in 1928, shortly after being named the president of the Baptist World Alliance.