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The Battle of Armageddon, Appelman, Hyman
1 Appelman, Hyman The Battle of Armageddon
Grand Rapids, MI Zondervan Publishing House 1944 First Edition; First Impression Paperback Very Good with no dust jacket 
Red lettering and drawing on cover of Christ returning on white horse. Clean contents. Paperback may indicate a booklet, phamplet, tract or book.Hyman Jedidiah Appelman was born on the banks of the Dnieper River in White Russia of Orthodox Jewish parents. Hyman arrived in America with his mother and three younger brothers in December 1914. Hyman knew Hebrew, and had a fair command of German, Russian, Yiddish and Polish. He enrolled in the public school in Chicago. Despite the handicap of learning a new language he went through the first eight grades in two years.Eventually he enrolled at Northwestern University and DePaul University attending both schools from 1918-1921. He graduated and received his license to practice law in 1921 and was a successful trial lawyer in Chicago. In December 1924 he visited Kansas City. He checked into the YMCA and in his room found and read a Gideon Bible. That was the beginning of his conversion and call to ministry.; 12mo 7" - 7" tall; 62 pages 
Price: 9.97 USD
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A series of strictures on the subject of future and endless punishment Being the substance of the arguments used in a public debate held at ... essay on The coming of the son of man, Kidwell, J
2 Kidwell, J A series of strictures on the subject of future and endless punishment Being the substance of the arguments used in a public debate held at ... essay on The coming of the son of man
Cincinnati Printed by S. Tizzard, at the Sentinel and Star Office 1830 First Edition; Thirteenth Printing Paperback Good with no dust jacket 
Leather cover is very worn and hinges starting to seperate. Pages yellow with age and show some water staining but clean otherwise and very readable. Contains 74 pages with part of 73 and 74 torn out. May be other pages missing at end but it looks complete from the extensive description given on the title page as to what is covered, the missing text on page 73 and 74 looks to be the final two pages. The debate was bewteen the Rev. E Ray and the the publisher, J. Kidwell. To which is added a reply to Dr. Adam Clark's notes on the phrase Everlasting punishment; together with an original essay on the "Coming of the son of Man"; and A vocabulary, explanatory of the original words, rendered Hell, Damnation, Everlasting, Eternal taken from the critical remarks of some of the most cleebrated orthodox writers, showing that their honest and candid criticism enters a solemn negtative on all their speculations about a place of Future and Endless Punishment. Rare. ; 74 pages; 
Price: 122.97 USD
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Standard songs of Evangelism, No Author Listed
3 No Author Listed Standard songs of Evangelism
TABernacle Publishing/Hope Publishing 1944 First Edition; First Printing Paperback Very Good with No dust jacket as issued 
Signed on cover by Hyman J. Appleman and J. Stratton Shufelt. "Strat" Shufelt went on to serve as pastor's assistant and music director at two Chicago churches. He served many traveling evangelist in the 30's and 40's with Appleman as one. Appleman was born on the banks of the Dnieper River in WhiteRussia of Orthodox Jewish parents. He was reared and trained inthe Jewish faith by a strict grandfather and grandmother. He actually helped spearhead themodern-day swing to mass evangelism, as his city-wide endeavorsin the early forties whipped up enthusiasm for evangelism that was all but forgotten since the era of Billy Sunday, Mordecai Ham and Bob Jones, Sr. Book now in archival sleeve to protect condition. Book now in archival sleeve to protect condition. Rare.; 12mo 7" - 7" tall; 171 pages; Signed by Notable Personage, Related 
Price: 67.97 USD
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