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C. H. Mackintosh: Notes on the Pentateuch

C. H. Mackintosh: Notes on the Pentateuch

by C. H. Mackintosh

C. H. Macintosh's was a mid-19th century writer associated with the Plymouth Brethren in Dublin, Ireland. Initially a school-master, he established a periodical aimed at young readers, Good News for Young and Old and some pages for the Little Ones. Called to full-time teaching and writing in 1853, his best-known and most enduring work would be the Notes … Read more…

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Notes on the Pentateuch: Notes on Leviticus

Notes on the Pentateuch: Notes on Leviticus

by C. H. Mackintosh

C. H. Macintosh's was a mid-19th century writer associated with the Plymouth Brethren in Dublin, Ireland. Called to full-time teaching and writing in 1853, his best-known and most enduring work would be the Notes on the Pentateuch, covering the first five books of the Bible. This is the Leviticus volume of that set. &#… Read more…

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Notes on the Pentateuch: Notes on Deuteronomy, Volume 1

Notes on the Pentateuch: Notes on Deuteronomy, Volume 1

by C. H. Mackintosh

C. H. Macintosh's was a mid-19th century writer associated with the Plymouth Brethren in Dublin, Ireland. Called to full-time teaching and writing in 1853, his best-known and most enduring work would be the Notes on the Pentateuch, covering the first five books of the Bible. This is the first volume of Deuteronomy of that set. &… Read more…

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Notes on the Pentateuch: Notes on Deuteronomy, Volume 2

Notes on the Pentateuch: Notes on Deuteronomy, Volume 2

by C. H. Mackintosh

C. H. Macintosh's was a mid-19th century writer associated with the Plymouth Brethren in Dublin, Ireland. Called to full-time teaching and writing in 1853, his best-known and most enduring work would be the Notes on the Pentateuch, covering the first five books of the Bible. This is the second volume of Deuteronomy of that set. … Read more…

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Notes on the Pentateuch: Notes on Numbers

Notes on the Pentateuch: Notes on Numbers

by C. H. Mackintosh

C. H. Macintosh's was a mid-19th century writer associated with the Plymouth Brethren in Dublin, Ireland. Called to full-time teaching and writing in 1853, his best-known and most enduring work would be the Notes on the Pentateuch, covering the first five books of the Bible. This is the Numbers volume of that set. … Read more…

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Notes on the Pentateuch: Notes on Genesis

Notes on the Pentateuch: Notes on Genesis

by C. H. Mackintosh

C. H. Macintosh's was a mid-19th century writer associated with the Plymouth Brethren in Dublin, Ireland. Called to full-time teaching and writing in 1853, his best-known and most enduring work would be the Notes on the Pentateuch, covering the first five books of the Bible. This is the Genesis volume of that set. … Read more…

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Notes on the Pentateuch: Notes on Exodus

Notes on the Pentateuch: Notes on Exodus

by C. H. Mackintosh

C. H. Macintosh's was a mid-19th century writer associated with the Plymouth Brethren in Dublin, Ireland. Called to full-time teaching and writing in 1853, his best-known and most enduring work would be the Notes on the Pentateuch, covering the first five books of the Bible. This is the Exodus volume of that set. … Read more…

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Jehoshaphat: Worldliness
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Jehoshaphat: Worldliness

by C. H. Mackintosh

Narrated by Mackintosh, C. H.

 ‘Jehoshaphat – Worldliness’  looks at the life of this Old Testament King of  Judah and encourages us to examine ourselves in the light of his mistakes. When a Christian enters into connection with the world, he lays himself open to be "persuaded" by the world, to enter upon an unchristian course of action.  "Keep … Read more…

Preaching Christ - What is it?
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Preaching Christ - What is it?

by C. H. Mackintosh

Narrated by Mackintosh, C. H.

Preaching Christ – What is it? Christianity is not a set of abstractions — a number of dogmas — a system of doctrines. It is pre-eminently a religion of living facts, of divine realities — a religion which finds its centre in a divine Person, the Man Christ Jesus. He is the foundation of all Christian doctrine. From His divine and glo… Read more…

Bible, The - Its Sufficiency and Supremacy

Bible, The - Its Sufficiency and Supremacy

by C. H. Mackintosh

This free ebook The Bible - Its Sufficiency and Supremacy by C.H. Mackintosh firmly and succinctly proclaims the sufficiency and the supremacy of the Bible. It details how the Bible stands, as ever, the Word of God across time and space. In this ebook, Mackintosh writes, "We believe that the Bible, as written in the original Hebrew and Greek lang… Read more…