TWENTY-ONE DEBATES FROM DAYS PAST
ON SUBJECTS OF MODERN DAY INTEREST

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1. BAGBY TRICE DEBATE (Methodist and Christian) The design and action of Baptism. (1914 87 pages)

2. BARNHILL TICHENOR DEBATE on SOCIALISM EARLY 1900s. (64 pages)

3. BREWER SPENCE DEBATE on "THE IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUL" 1916 (77 PAGES)

4. BUNNER RICH DEBATE on MORMONISM 1912 (162 pages)

5. CLARK DOUGLASS DEBATE. N. L. Clark, a Disciple of Christ, and E. P. Douglass, a Missionary Baptist, discuss "THE IDENTITY OF THE CHURCH". This debate involved two propositions. The last half of the second proposition is missing. I have searched diligently and have not been able to find this missing part. 1897 (80 pages are available).

6. COLLEY TYNDALE DEBATE Subject: "Resolved that the N. T. furnishes proof of instrumental music in worship. Tyndale affirms: Colley denies 1921 (30 pages).

7. ELLIOTT KAUBLE DEBATE Subject: "The Sabbath and the Lord's Day" 1893 (81 pages).

8. INGERSOLL GLADSTONE DISCUSSION Written discussion from the ATLANTIC REVIEW (1888). Gladstone was a member of the British Parliament. Ingersoll was an American Infidel ("Free Thinker"). The discussion is on the value of Christianity. (87 pages).

9. JACKSON SMITH DEBATE A written debate on the PLAN OF SALVATION. The first 66 pages of the book constitutes the "debate." Before the book was printed, Jackson added 36 pages of material, claiming the Smith had "quit the debate." This is the second part of two propositions discussed. The first part will be listed later as the SMITH JACKSON DEBATE on the HOLY SPIRIT AND DEPRAVITY. 1945 (102 pages).

10. JONES BALLARD DEBATE A written discussion between two Baptist preachers on the subject of "PREMILLENNIALISM." 127 pages

11. KING HOBBS DEBATE A discussion of the question, "WILL THE WILLFULLY DISOBEDIENT SUFFER ENDLESS PUNISHMENT?" 1868 (246 pages).

12. McGARY BURNETT DEBATE Proposition: "A belief that baptism is for the remission of sins is essential to its valadity." Early 1900s (101 pages).

13. OLIPHANT RICE DEBATE Debate cover four propositions: (1) Return of the Jews to Jerusalem; (2) Personal Reign of Christ at Jerusalem; (3) Baptism for the remission of sins; (4) Apostasy. 1935 (575 pages).

14. OLIPHANT SMITH DEBATE Smith was President of the American Association for Advancement of Atheism. Subjects include "THERE IS A SUPREME BEING (GOD); "ATHEISM IS A BENEFIT TO THE RACE." 1929 (181 pages).

15. RUSSELL WHITE DEBATE A discussion between Charles T. Russell ("Millennial Dawn" Jehovah's Witness founder) and L. S. White, Christian. Subjects discussed are those pertaining to the teachings of "Russellism."

16. SMITH JACKSON DEBATE A written debate on the Subject of the HOLY SPIRIT and DEPRAVITY. 148 pages. 17. SOMMER McQUIDDY ARMSTRONG A written discussion on the subject of "Bible Colleges". 1919 - 1920 (61 pages).

18. STARK WARLICK DEBATE Proposition: "The Word of God authorizes the use of Instruments of music in the church of Jesus Christ." 1903 (197 pages).

19. STRATTON POTTER DEBATE "THE BATTLE OVER THE BIBLE" "Fundamentalist, Modernist" debate between a Baptist and a Unitarian preachers. 1923 (89 pages).

20. UNDERWOOD MARPLES DEBATE on THE EXISTENCE OF A PERSONAL GOD and the INSPIRATION OF THE SCRIPTURES. 1878 (111 pages).

21. WILMETH BURNETT DEBATE "A belief that baptism is for the remission of sins is essential to its validity." Early 1900s (55 pages).