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Pettingill, William - (900) Bible Questions Answered
Serious students of the Word of God will find answers to 900 questions in 43 categories (see below for a list). In this well-researched book, Pettingill goes to the original sources and puts things into the proper context in examining the "difficult" questions not found in a super-level reading of the Bible. The questions are answered from a dispensational perspective.
From the Preface
The present volume presents an accumulation of questions and answers on Bible subjects, gathered in part from my personal correspondence files, and in part from my editorial work. For several years, while Dean of the Philadelphia School of the Bible and Editor of Serving-and-Waiting, its official organ, I conducted a “Question Box” in the magazine. For such matter as has been gathered from that source, grateful acknowledgment is hereby made. Beginning in 1928 I published a personal magazine called Just a Word, and much of the matter used in this book comes from its columns.
About William Leroy Pettingill
William Pettingill, an American pastor, educator, and lecturer, lived from 1886-1950.
William Pettingill received only a fourth grade education because of precarious family finances. Saved at thirteen, serious Bible study began a decade later after his first encounter with C. I. Scofield.
From that point, Pettingill moved from Y.M.C.A. work into the pastorate and teaching. (Many of his twenty-one books are revised sermon studies.)
In 1913, Scofield and Pettingill co-founded the Philadelphia College of the Bible, with Pettingill serving as dean. In addition to stimulating students with his vivid visualizations of the Word and his hearty laugh, Pettingill wrote widely, served on the council of the Central American Mission, and was a staunch supporter of the fundamentalist movement.
From 1928 to 1950, Dr. Pettingill traveled across North America, Central America, and Europe sharing his gift of stirring people to action from the word. “Keep looking up!” was his motto and it became the challenge to many. Dr. Pettingill exchanged his faith for sight on September 15, 1950.
Categories of Questions
The Holy Spirit
Ordinances Of The Church
Law And Grace
The Crucifixion Day
Questions On The Parables
The Heathen World
Sanctification Or Holiness
People And Places