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  • Author: Arthur T. Pierson
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Author:
Arthur T. Pierson

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Pierson writes a comprehensive textbook on Bibliology and just about all doctrine of the Scriptures. The author includes charts, tables, and graphics to help Bible students. See the table of contents for the wide range of topics covered.

About Arthur Pierson
Arthur Tappan Pierson (March 6, 1837 – June 3, 1911) was an American Presbyterian pastor, early fundamentalist leader, and writer who preached over 13,000 sermons, wrote over fifty books, and gave Bible lectures as part of a transatlantic preaching ministry that made him famous in Scotland and England. He was a consulting editor for the original "Scofield Reference Bible" (1909) for his friend, C. I. Scofield and was also a friend of D. L. Moody, George Müller (whose biography 'George Muller of Bristol' he wrote), Adoniram Judson Gordon, and C. H. Spurgeon. Throughout his career, Pierson filled several pulpit positions around the world as an urban pastor who cared passionately for the poor.

Table of Contents
01. Bible Study
02. Supreme Authority of the Word of God
03. The High Level of the Word of God
04. The Identity of the Written and Living Word
05. The Prophetic Element in Scripture
06. Structural Form in Scripture
07. Mutual Relations of the Two Testaments
08. The Bible as a Book among Books
09. Numerical and Mathematical Features
10. The Law of Grammatical Construction
11. Bible Versions and Translations
12. Biblical Names and Titles
13. Scripture Dialect and Self Definition
14. Verbal Changes and Variations
15. Scriptural Precision and Discrimination
16. Similar and Equivalent Terms
17. Prominent and Dominant Words and Phrases
18. Leading Paragraphs and Passages
19. Summaries of Biblical Truth
20. Marked Recurrence of Like Language
21. The Refrain and Chorus in Scripture
22. Thoughts Which Transcend All Speech
23. Context and Connection
24. Recurrence of Thought and Idea
25. Topical Methods of Study
26. The Totality of Scripture Testimony
27. Analysis and Synthesis
28. Combination and Unification
29. Classification and System
30. Comparison and Contrast
31. Systematic and Progressive Teaching
32. Poetic Parallelism
33. The Scattered Proverbs of Scripture
34. Divine Patterns and Encomiums
35. Legal and Ethical Standards
36. Miracles and Discourses
37. The Place and Province of Parables
38. Biblical Figures of Speech
39. Typology and Symbolism
40. Value of Historic Sidelights
41. Representative Historical Scenes
42. Links between the Historical and Ethical
43. The Illustrative Typical Element
44. Misunderstandings and Perversions
45. Dispensations, Ages and Covenants
46. The Mystical Element and the Mysteries
47. Occult References and Intimations
48. Pictorial Helps to Impression
49. The Humorous Element in Scripture
50. Finding Hid Treasure in God's Word
51. Gathering Up Fragments



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