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Studies In The Scriptures: The New Creation
     

Studies In The Scriptures: The New Creation

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by Charles T. Russell
 

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The New Creation
"Henceforth Know We no Man After the Flesh:
Yea, Though We Have Known Christ After the
Flesh, Yet Now Henceforth Know We Him [So] No
More. Therefore, if Any Man be in Christ He is
a New Creature: Old Things are Passed Away; Behold,
All Things are Become New." 2 Corinthians 5:16,17
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To the King of Kings and

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The New Creation
"Henceforth Know We no Man After the Flesh:
Yea, Though We Have Known Christ After the
Flesh, Yet Now Henceforth Know We Him [So] No
More. Therefore, if Any Man be in Christ He is
a New Creature: Old Things are Passed Away; Behold,
All Things are Become New." 2 Corinthians 5:16,17
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To the King of Kings and Lord of Lords
IN THE INTEREST OF
HIS CONSECRATED SAINTS,
WAITING FOR THE ADOPTION,
--AND OF--
"ALL THAT IN EVERY PLACE CALL UPON THE LORD,"
"THE HOUSEHOLD OF FAITH,"
--AND OF--
THE GROANING CREATION, TRAVAILING AND WAITING FOR THE
MANIFESTATION OF THE SONS OF GOD,
THIS WORK IS DEDICATED.
To make all see what is the fellowship of the mystery which from the beginning
of the world hath been hid in God." "Wherein He hath abounded toward
us in all wisdom and prudence, having made known unto us the
mystery of His will, according to His good pleasure which
He hath purposed in Himself; that in the dispensation
of the fulness of the times He
might gather together in one all
things, under Christ."
Ephesians 3:4,5,9;1:8-10

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012025296
Publisher:
Jacob Johnson
Publication date:
12/16/2010
Series:
Millennial Dawn , #6
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

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Studies in the Scriptures 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Dear Anonymous, You keep saying we are not "allowed" to do certain things.As a Jehovah's Witness myself,I can tell you and all who read this review otherwise.We can do what we please.It doesn't mean it won't have consequences,though?That's true,not only in our organization,but generally in life.
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BobbyRG More than 1 year ago
It's pretty evident that Mr. Russell twisted scripture to suit his own interpretation of the Bible. Through his writings we see how far off he was in theology and in prophecy of with none came to pass. Even in the first few pages, we see a diagram of a pyramid, which confirms that he was a Freemason. Pyramids are often sings and symbols used in Freemasonry, and is very common in the Freemason cult.There are transcripts in existences with Mr. Russell address an audience of Masons,and in his speech he said " i am free and accepted". Jehovah's Witnesses should read this book and see what their founder is all about since they are not allowed to read anything that criticizes the Watchtower. They are allowed to read this book because it was published by the Watchtower.