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B Philosophy, Psychology, and Religion (Go to start of category)
BL-BX Religion (Go to start of category)
BT Christian Doctrinal Theology (Go to start of category)
BT771.2 .K48 [Info] Simple Trusting Faith, by W. Carl Ketcherside (Javascript-dependent HTML at
BT771.3 .C3813 2013 [Info] Encyclical Letter, Lumen Fidei, of the Supreme Pontiff Francis, to the Bishops, Priests, and Deacons, Consecrated Persons, and the Lay Faithful, on Faith (in multiple languages; 2013), by Pope Francis, contrib. by Pope Benedict XVI (HTML and PDF at the Vatican)
BT772 [Info] What is Faith?, by Herbert W. Armstrong (multiple formats with commentary at
BT772 .M3 [Info] Where Believers May Doubt: or, Studies in Biblical Inspiration and Other Problems of Faith (London et al.: Burns and Oates, 1903), by Vincent McNabb (multiple formats at
BT774 .I87 [Info] Doubt: The Way of Growth, by Martin Israel (HTML at Wayback Machine)
BT775 .M6 1877 [Info] An Exposition and Defense of the Scheme of Redemption, As It Is Revealed and Taught in the Holy Scriptures (revised edition; Cincinnati: Chase and Hall, 1877), by R. Milligan (page images at HathiTrust)
BT775 .O9 [Info] The Death of Death in the Death of Christ, by John Owen (multiple formats at CCEL)
BT790 .C43 [Info] Discourse of the Efficient of Regeneration, by Stephen Charnock (HTML at CCEL)
BT790 .C432 [Info] Discourse of the Nature of Regeneration, by Stephen Charnock (HTML at CCEL)
BT790 .C434 [Info] Discourse of the Word, the Instrument of Regeneration, by Stephen Charnock (HTML at CCEL)
BT790 .L41 [Info] The Grounds and Reasons of Christian Regeneration, by William Law (multiple formats with commentary at CCEL)
BT790 .W7 [Info] A Popular Treatise on Regeneration (Harrisburg: Board of Publication, Church of God, 1878), by John Winebrenner (multiple formats at
BT795 .O8 [Info] A Practical Exposition of Psalm CXXX, by John Owen (HTML at
BT810 .B66 [Info] The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination, by Loraine Boettner (multiple formats with commentary at CCEL)
BT810 .M87 [Info] The Divine Purpose Explained: or, All Things Decreed, Yet Evil Not Caused, Nor Moral Freedom Impaired, and the Glory of God, the End of All (Philadelphia: J. M. Wilson, 1860), by George Morton
BT810 .Z3 [Info] The Doctrine of Absolute Predestination Stated and Asserted (New York: G. Linsday, 1811), by Girolamo Zanchi, ed. by Augustus Toplady (multiple formats at
BT810.2 .C85 [Info] The Sovereignty of Grace, by Arthur C. Custance (HTML at
BT810.2 .M67 [Info] Grace, Predestination, and the Salvific Will of God: New Answers to Old Questions, by William G. Most (HTML at
BT820 .M34 1995 [Info] The Threefold Paradise of Cotton Mather: An Edition of "Triparadisus" (Athens, GA and London: University of Georgia Press, c1995), by Cotton Mather, ed. by Reiner Smolinski (PDF at
BT821 .C52 [Info] The Powers of the World to Come, by George B. Cheever (page images at MOA)
BT821 .C88 [Info] The Dualism of Eternal Life: A Revolution in Eschatology (Rochester, NY: The author, c1916), by Stephen Speers Craig
BT821 .O3 1908 [Info] The Doctrine of the Last Things: Jewish and Christian (London: John Murray, 1908), by W. O. E. Oesterley (HTML with commentary at
BT821.2 .C45 [Info] Paradise Restored: A Biblical Theology of Dominion (fourth printing; Tyler, TX: Dominion Press, 1994), by David Chilton (PDF with commentary at
BT821.2 .F84 [Info] What Shall We Believe?, by Aurelia Fule (HTML at
BT821.2 .G46 [Info] He Shall Have Dominion: A Postmillenial Eschatology (Tyler, TX: Institute for Christian Economics, c1992), by Kenneth L. Gentry (PDF with commentary at

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