The Karl Gustav Nieritz Library / Emily Sarah Holt Library / William Herchenbach Library

The Karl Gustav Nieritz Library

Volumes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 are now available....  Please at least order the first volume and see how wonderful these books are.

Please consider the below for yourselves, your children and grandchildren, homeschool group, church library, Christian school library, even to donate to your local public library, etc.

Newer books now in Print

- Difficulties (and Alleged Errors and Contradictions) in the Bible [—Examined and Re-Examined] (1907) Dr. R.A. Torry, originally 126 pages; it was small print, enlarged and expanded to 9x6, and 520 pages of complementary and corrective notes by R.A.B. and added Biblical illustrations, pb., 650pp., 32.50 + P&H.

Luther, Erasmus, Freedom, Doctrine, and the Wonder of It All

Martin Luther (1483-1546) and Erasmus of Rotterdam (1466-1536) are referred to as humanists, because they studied the "humanities" and were well educated thinkers; nothing like the humanists of today—who are secular (that is, "antichrist") humanists; who have made humanism itself into a religion that worships man.  The Dutchman Erasmus was a scholar of the highest type, but his faith appears to have been cold academia of the Scriptures, not the fiery faith of the German Luther, whose scholarshi

— Titles Now Available — (and others coming soon)

“I Cried, He Answered” — A Faithful Record of Remarkable Answers to Prayer (1918), compiled and edited by Henry W. Adams, Norman H. Camp, William Norton, and F.A. Steven, with an Introduction by Charles Gallaudet Trumbull; 128pp., original print was very small, so enlarged it 22% and made into 6x9 pb., 288pp., 14.50 + P&H. [READY]


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