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      Swordofthelord.us - A Great Resource

      Wednesday, April 16, 2008

      Sword Of The Lord.us

      I'm not sure how many of you are familiar with Swordofthelord.us. I've known about it for about two years now, and it has been very beneficial. I have been reading Edward's Freedom of the Will from it by pdf recently. They have so many works online that you can download or read. I'm not sure of too many sites that have more of these great works in one place. Here is the link to the library.


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      4 comments:

      JM Vergara said...

      Thanks for the link Lane! I really find the library more than helpful! I'll share it too among my contacts. There's another great resource for e-books in pdf format, I can't exactly remember the address right now, but I'll give you an update when I find it at my past posts at the N.D..

      I believe that it has an even larger library than the "Sword of the Lord" site.

      Jfranklin6 said...

      Yes, great link. I especially like their front page with the Doctrine and Interpretation analogy. Also the Thomas Brooks excerpt.

      JM Vergara said...

      I found 'em!
      David Cox's Library of Religious Works
      and...
      Chirstian Classics Ethereal Library.

      I hope many others would find these resources helpful in their thirst for a true knowledge of God.

      Testing the Spirits said...

      Thanks Lane....great resource to add to your favorites.

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