Classic Reprints No. 1The Influence of the English Bible upon the EnglishLanguage and upon English and American LiteratureOscar Joseph193522 pages$12.00Prepared in 1935 on the commemoration of fourhundred years of the printed English Bible, this work surveys the influence of the English Bible on writerssuch as Shakespeare, Shelley, Burns, Coleridge,Tennyson, Dickens, and Poe.Classic Reprints No. 2An Epistle to the Learned Nobilitie of England.Touching Translating the Bible from the Original,with Ancient Warrant for Everie Worde, unto the FullSatisfaction of Any That be of HartHugh Broughton159760 pages$15.00Hugh Broughton (1549-1612), a famed EnglishHebrew scholar, is most remembered for his attackson the King James Bible when it was first published.This “epistle” was written before the translators wereselected, and after Broughton had left England for theContinent.Classic Reprints No. 3The Evidence of Greek Papyri with Regard toTextual CriticismFrederick G. Kenyon190428 pages$12.00Well known for his writings on the textual criticismof the New Testament, Frederick Kenyon herediscusses the relation of the Greek papyri discoveredin Egypt to the textual criticism of classical Greek authors.Classic Reprints No. 4A Sermon on Christian Baptism, With ManyQuotations from Pedobaptist Authors. To Which AreAdded a Letter of the Church in Plymouth, Mass.;and an Address on the Mode of BaptizingAdoniram JudsonFifth American Edition1846116 pages$20.00Adoniram Judson (1788-1850) is well known as thegreat Baptist missionary to Burma. What is not sowell know, however, is that he left for the missionfield a Congregationalist and came back a Baptist.While on his voyage, he changed his views on themode and subjects of baptism and was later baptized.This sermon was first preached on September 27,1812, in Calcutta, India. This fifth American editionwas the last revised and enlarged by the author.Classic Reprints No. 5The Immaculate ConceptionGeorge W. Samson185724 pages$12.00Reprinted from
The Christian Review
, this article bythe Baptist minister George Samson presents what theBible says about Mary followed by an examination of the Roman Catholic teachings about Mary’s virginity,maternity, sinfulness, and conception.Classic Reprints No. 6The Vowel-Points Controversy in the XVI. and XVII.CenturiesBernhard Pick 189224 pages$12.00Reprinted from
, a journal in the interests of Semitic study, this is a study of the debate in thesixteenth and seventeenth centuries over the origin of the vowel points in the Massoretic Hebrew text.Classic Reprints No. 7History of the Printed Editions of the Old Testament,together with a Description of the Rabbinic andPolyglot BiblesBernhard Pick 1892-189370 pages$15.00Reprinted from
, a journal in the interests of Semitic study, this is a comprehensive history of theprinted text of the Old Testament beginning with thefirst complete Hebrew Bible in 1488.Classic Reprints No. 8The Scriptural AnthropologyGeorge Boardman186747 pages$12.00Originally appearing in
The Baptist Quarterly,
thisseries of three articles by the nineteenth-centuryBaptist minister George Boardman explore the natureof man as it relates to his body, soul, and spirit.