THE COMPANION BIBLE wurde ab 1909 von Dr. E. W. Bullinger herausgegeben. Sein Name selbst erscheint aber nicht in THE COMPANION BIBLE, denn er meinte:
“Diese Ausgabe soll nicht mit dem Namen einer Person in Verbindung gebracht werden, denn sie gibt in den Kommentaren keine Meinungen wieder noch hängt sie von Dogmen ab, sondern diese Bibel soll sich selbst kommentieren“.
Die nur in englischer Sprache erhältliche Companion Bibel (dt. Begleiter, denn sie soll dem Gläubigen ein Begleiter auf dem Weg zu tieferer Gotteserkenntnis sein) ist weder ein Kommentar noch eine neue Bibelübersetzung. Sie versucht durch objektive Hinweise auf die Bedeutung der Grundtextbegriffe, die Struktur der Briefe und auf den Kontext, Hilfen zum eigenen Bibelstudium zu geben. Ein umfangreicher Anhang bietet viele weitere Informationen, um das Wort Gottes besser zu verstehen, wie Wortstudien, Zeittafeln und Textstrukturen. Dieses Werk wird von vielen Experten zu den besten Studienbibeln überhaupt gezählt.
Onlinebuch “Heilsgeschichtliche Entfaltung im Neuen Testament” – Einführung in den Dispensationalismus (Deutsche Übersetzung des Grundlagenwerks „The Foundations of Dispensational Truth“)
Eine detallierte Erläuterung in englischer Sprache:
The life of E. W. Bullinger
Dr. E.W. Bullinger continues to be recognized as one of the greatest Bible scholars of the early twentieth century. Unsurpassed even today, his easy to read books and essays are critically acclaimed. Bullinger’s comprehensive and detailed study of figures of speech in the Bible has never been superseded. His Bible commentaries, Greek lexicon, textual notes, and numerous expositional studies continue to inform students of the Scriptures. Behind his many interesting scholarly works, however, is the engaging life story of a young chorister from Canterbuy Cathedral whose voice would be heard around the world through the printed page.
THE COMPANION BIBLE is a new Edition of the English Bible (new in 1909). Published originally in six Parts, it is now presented in one Volume, and the description which follows shows that the Work is a self-explanatory Bible designed for the general use of all English readers throughout the world.
It has an amount of information (much of it hitherto inaccessible to the ordinary English reader) in its wide margins not to be found in any edition of the A.V. extant. Its position, in these respects, is unique.
In size and weight, and type and paper, as well as price, it will compare favourably with all existing editions.
It is called THE COMPANION BIBLE because its wide margin is intended to be a Companion to the Text; and the whole is designed as the Companion of all readers of the Bible.
The human element is excluded, as far as possible, so that the reader may realize that the pervading object of the book is not merely to enable him to interpret the Bible, but to make the Bible the interpreter of God’s Word, and Will, to him.
To the same end this Edition is not associated with the name of any man; so that its usefulness may neither be influenced nor limited by any such consideration; but that it may commend itself, on its own merits, to the whole English-speaking race.
It is NOT A NEW Translation.
It is NOT AN AMENDED Translation.
It is NOT A COMMENTARY.
The Text is that of the Authorized Version of 1611 as published by the Revisers in their „Parallel Bible“ in 1886.
There are NO ALTERATIONS in the Text beyond what can be effected by a variation in the character of the TYPE. Hence, there is nothing that affects the ear when reading it aloud; but only that which meets the eye in order to call attention to important facts and truths.
All ancient readings and new and amended renderings are confined to the margin; which, for this purpose, extends to one-half the width of the page.
There are no minute English or Greek „superior“ letters to confuse the Text; or to perplex the reader when searching for the corresponding number or letter in the margin.
THE TYPES EMPLOYED IN THE TEXT.
1. These distinguish ALL the Divine Names and Titles.
2. (See Ap. 4.) All pronouns used for the above have their initials indicated by capital letters.
3. The pronouns, &c., emphasized in the Original are in special type.
4. Attention is given to the capital and small letters in other cases where they affect interpretation.
5. The words spoken or cited are placed within quotation marks.
6. Where the Hebrew Text is written in separate lines, these lines are preserved by being presented in the same way in the present Edition.
7. In the Book of Psalms, the Titles will be printed so as to present the super-scriptions and sub-scriptions as brought to light and demonstrated by Dr. J. W. Thirtle.
8. In the New Testament, all quotations from the Old Testament will also be specially indicated.
9. Proper Names with their pronunciation, &c., are included in a special Appendix, No. 52.
The chapters and verses of the Authorized Version are retained; but spaces are introduced to mark them off into paragraphs; so that the advantages of both Verses and Paragraphs are retained. These paragraphs are not divided according to the usual Paragraph Bibles, but according to the Structures (see page viii), which are given in the right-hand margin; while the corresponding Index-letters are repeated in the left-hand margin, by the side of the Text with the number of the page where they may be found; so that the subjects of the various Paragraphs (or Members) may be seen at a glance, and be intelligently followed.
The other figures in the left-hand margin are the B.C. dates.
A small circle (°) against a word or words in the Text calls attention to the same word or words which are REPEATED in the right-hand margin, with the number of the verse to which they belong.
In order to save repetition, and economize valuable space in the margin, words in the Text on which a note has already been given in a preceding verse in the same chapter, and to which the same note applies, are marked with the number of the verse in which such note is given.
When these words are referred to there will be found no „views“ expressed, but only facts which are incontrovertible, and information which is indispensable.
Where references are given, these are not merely to PARALLEL PASSAGES, or to the same ENGLISH words, which are often as unnecessary as they are misleading; but only to those passages which explain the words in the Original, and which throw light upon their truth and teaching.
If an amended rendering is suggested in the margin, and several references follow, then the reader knows that he has before him ALL the occurrences of such words in the Original. Where there is „&c.“ at the end of such references, then he will know that the Hebrew or Greek word in question occurs too many times for all the passages to be given; but that a sufficient number is selected as evidence in favour of such amended rendering. Thus the reader will be able to judge for himself as to the accuracy of what is suggested: and the Bible becomes its own interpreter.
THE MARGINAL NOTES.
1. In the OLD TESTAMENT all the important readings will be given1 according to Dr. C. D. Ginsburg’s Massoretico-Critical Text of the Hebrew Bible2.
2. In the NEW TESTAMENT all the important readings will be given according to the evidence of the great textual critics, Griesbach, Lachmann, Tischendorf, Tregelles, Alford, Westcott and Hort, and the Revisers‘ Greek Text.
3. There are no words in Hebrew or Greek characters to burden or hinder the English reader. But a complete system of Transliteration, generally approved by Oriental Scholars (see p. x), will enable him readily to put back all such words into the Original characters with ease and accuracy. The Hebrew words are given not in the Inflection found in the Text, but in the root-form in which they will be looked for in Lexicons.
4. All important emendations are given–
(a) Whether required by the above readings,
(b) Or demanded for the sake of uniformity in translation,
(c) Or, where the current renderings are inadequate and open to amendment 3: not otherwise, or merely for the sake of giving an alternative.
5. The facts and phenomena treasured up in the Massōorah are for the first time presented in connection with the A.V. 2 (see Ap. 30).
6. All Figures of Speech are noted, and their bearing on interpretation1. These are the Holy Spirit’s own markings, calling attention to what is emphatic, and worthy of our deepest attention (see Ap. 6).
7. The spiritual significance of Numbers is pointed out1 (see Ap. 10).
8. The principal synonymous words in the Original are distinguished, especially those bearing on sin, atonement, and psychology.
9. The first occurrences of important words and expressions are duly noted1.
10. The most recent Archæeological discoveries in Assyria, Egypt, &c., are included.
11. Eastern manners and customs are explained, as they throw light on the Scriptures.
12. The meanings of Proper Names of persons or places are given where these are suggestive.
13. Money and Coins, Weights and Measures, are referred in every case to Appendix 51.
14. Chronology is dealt with on Biblical lines, which proceed on durations rather than dates. These are adhered to as given in the Bible itself, and are not adapted or made to conform to any system. This transforms a dry study into a subject of deepest interest. The various Charts and Tables are given in Appendix 50.
15. The Structures of the Books are given, and all their parts: which are the surest guide to their interpretation, and the strongest proof of their inspiration1. (See p. viii.)
1 This is the first time that these have been presented in connection with the Authorized Version.
2 These were inaccessible to the past generation of Commentators and Translators.
3 By copying out the A.V., and substituting these amended renderings, the student may make his own new Revised Version.
The marginal notes do not record every POSSIBLE Reading or Emendation, as these would only load the pages with a mass of needless matter. Only those new readings and renderings are given which will remove difficulties from the Text, enlighten the eyes, inform the mind, affect the conscience, instruct the head, and influence the life.
Several of the above points are, for the first time, placed within the reach of the ordinary English reader.
Referred to on p. vii make THE COMPANION BIBLE an unique edition, and require a special notice.
They give, not a mere Analysis evolved from the Text by human ingenuity, but a Symmetrical Exhibition of the Word itself, which may be discerned by the humblest reader of the Sacred Text, and seen to be one of the most important evidences of the Divine Inspiration of its words.
For these Structures constitute a remarkable phenomenon peculiar to Divine Revelation; and are not found outside it in any other form of known literature.
This distinguishing feature is caused by the repetition of subjects which reappear1, either in alternation or introversion, or a combination of both in many divers manners.
This repetition is called „Correspondence“, which may be by way of similarity of contrast; synthetic or antithetic.
The subjects of the various Members are indicated by letters, which are quite arbitrary and are used only for convenience. The subject of one Member is marked by a letter in Roman type, while the repetition of it is marked by the same letter in Italic type. These are always in line (vertically), one with the other.
When the alphabet is exhausted, it is repeated, as often as may be necessary.
The Structure of the whole book is given at the commencement of each book; and all the succeeding Structures are the expansion of this.
Each Structure is referred back to the page containing the larger Member, of which it is an expansion or development.
The large Members forming a telescopic view of the whole book are thus expanded, divided, and subdivided, until chapters and paragraphs, and even verses and sentences, are seen to form part of a wondrous whole, giving a microscopic view of its manifold details, and showing forth the fact, that while the works of the LORD are great and perfect, the WORD of the LORD is the greatest of His works, and is „perfect“ also (Psalm 19. 7).
Contain a large amount of information bearing on the various questions raised by the phenomena of the Sacred Text.
Those issued with each of the four volumes pertain principally to such volumes. But in the complete Bible they will all be placed together at the end.
The number of those which are given with the Pentateuch may be out of proportion to the total number, because those issued with Genesis are needed not only for that book, but many of them (such as the Chronological Tables, &c.) contain information that will be required and referred to throughout the Bible.
The order of the Appendixes is determined for the most part by the order in which the subjects are raised in the Text of the Bible.
1 It is this repetition which has made possible the system of Bible-marking known by some as „Railways.”
REFERENCES. Where there is no name of a book in the margin, the reference is always to the same book , and all the References in the margin are to The Companion Bible, not to any Edition of the, A.V., or R.V.
SUPERIOR FIGURES, in the Text, always refer to the verse, so numbered, in the same chapter.
The repetition of the same subject in a note is sometimes indicated by its initial (capital) letter.
The figures in the left-hand margin relate to two separate matters. Those in brackets, with a „p“, refer to the number of the page on which the corresponding letter and member will be found. The number of the page so indicated holds good until another page number is given.
The other figures refer to the B.C. dates.
THE TRANSLITERATION OF HEBREW WORDS.
WITH the aid of the following Table, any English reader who knows the Hebrew alphabet can put back the English letters into the Hebrew characters, by noting the exact equivalents:–
The six consonants marked with an asterisk (*) have a dot (Dagesh) within them, when placed at the beginning of a word; but not when they are situated in any other part of the word (except when the letter in question is to be doubled, in which case it is doubled in the English).
As an example of the application of the above principles, the following is the first verse in the Hebrew Bible, the Hebrew being read from right to left:–
Chronological List of Works
The Articles were published in Things to Come.
1872 (Editor) Portuguese Reference Bible. Trinitarian Bible Society.
1880 Pamphlet. The Importance of Accuracy in the Study of Holy Scripture . (Material gathered later also in his classic “How To Enjoy The Bible”)
1880 Music. Hymns for the Waiting Church .
1881 Music. The Stars are Shining Bright and Clear. Carol (for Christmas), The Parish Choir, no. 150, p. 598, Medford.
1887 Book. A Critical Lexicon and Concordance to the English and Greek New Testament .
1887 Pamphlet. Ten Sermons on the Second Advent (later title: Minor Works). Sermons preached in Oxford, November.
1887 Pamphlet. The Second Advent in Relation to the Jew . Ch. VII of Minor Works.
1889 Pamphlet. God’s Purpose in Israel: In History, Type and Prophecy . Address at Mildmay Conference, London, October.
1889 Pamphlet. The Name of Jehovah in the Book of Esther .
1889 Music. Fifty Original Hymn-Tunes .
1889 Music. Hymns for Bible Reading .
1889 Music. Hymns on the Second Advent .
1889 Music. Sixty-Six Old Breton Tunes (also titled Chants Chrétien).
1890 Pamphlet. The Inspiration and Authority of Holy Scripture . Address at National Protestant Congress, London.
1890 (Editor) A Key to the Psalms, by Rev. Thomas Boys, M. A.
1891 Pamphlet. The Spirits in Prison: An Exposition of 1 Peter 3:17-4:6 .
1892 Pamphlet. Christ’s Prophetic Teaching in Relation to the Divine Order of His Words and Works .
1892 Pamphlet. The Kingdom and The Church: or, The Parables of Matthew 13 .
1892 Pamphlet. The New Creation and The Old: or, The Ways of God in Grace . Address at Mildmay Conference, London, June. (Material of it also included in the “…Two Natures”)
1892 Pamphlet. The Ways of God in Grace, Illustrated by the Ways of God in Creation (A Bible Reading … June 23).
1893 Book. The witness of the Stars . Kregel Publications, Grand Rapids, Mich. (Brief compendium found in Appendix 12 of Bullinger’s „Companion Bible“)
1893 Pamphlet. Things to Come: An Epitome of Prophetic Truth .
1893 (Editor) Rome’s Tactics: or, A Lesson for England from the Past, by William Goode, D. D.
1894 Book. Number in Scripture: Its Supernatural Design and Spiritual Significance . Kregel Publications, Grand Rapids, Mich.
1894 Journal. –Things to Come: A Journal of Biblical Literature. Vol. I Vol. XXI. (in process)
1894 Articles. The Epistle to the Romans and the False Gospels of To-day .
1894 Articles. The Name and Order of the Books of the Old Testament .
1894 Article. The Purpose of the Ages . Address at Nottingham Conference, May. (Brief in Appendix 198)
1894 Article. Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth . Address at Carlisle Conference, May. (Briefly in Right Division, and in he Part I.III of the book How to Enjoy the Bible)
1894 Article. The Seventy Weeks . Address at Glasgow Conference, June. (Briefly in Appendix 91)
1894 Article. Tatian’s Diatessaron . (Within the study In My Name)
1895 Pamphlet. “Also”: A Bible Study on the Usage of This Word in the New Testament . American Christian Press, New Knoxville, Ohio.
1895 Pamphlet. Sunday School Lessons. 1st, 2nd, 3rd Series .
1895 Article. Fulfilled Prophecy: Edom . Address at York Conference, May.
1895 Article. The Practical Power of Our Hope . Address at Liverpool Conference, Nov.
1895 Article. The Use of the Divine Titles: A Proof of Inspiration . Address at Keswick Conference, Jul. (see below)
1895 Poem. “He Gives in Sleep” (in Things to Come).
1896 Pamphlet. Holiness: God’s Way Better Than Man’s .
1896 Pamphlet. The Man of God: 2 Tim. 3:16-17 . (Brief in Appendix 49)
1896 Pamphlet. Sunday School Lessons. 4th Series .
1896 Articles and Pamphlet. The Divine Names and Titles . Jeffrey S. Bowman, 17692 Flintstone Lane, Huntington Beach, Calif. (Brief in Appendix 4)
1896 Article. Was Peter Ever at Rome?
1897 Pamphlet. The Massorah . (Brief in Appendix 30)
1897 Pamphlet. Sunday School Lessons. 5th Series .
1897 Article. By Me Kings Reign . Sermon preached at St. Stephen’s Church, Walthamstow, Trinity Sunday Morning, 1886.
1897 Article. First and Last Words in Scripture .
1897 Articles. The Hope of His Calling . Address at Mildmay Conference, Oct. 1896.
1897 Articles. The Structure of the Books of the Bible . (Brief in Appendix 1 of the Old Testament)
1897 Article. The Structure of the Books of the New Testament . (Brief: An Introduction to Structures in the Bible, and in Spanish Structures and Notes of the Pauline Epistles)
1897 (Editor) Holy Scripture: The Sole Authoritative Expositor of Divine Truth, by William Goode, D. D.
1898 Book. Figures of Speech Used in the Bible . Baker Book House, Grand Rapids, Mich.
1898 Pamphlet. Intoned Prayers and Musical Services: Are They in Harmony with the Worship of God “in Spirit and in Truth”? Address at Evangelical Protestant Union, Manchester, Oct. 1898.
1898 Articles. The Church Epistles. Chapters 1, 2, and Conclusion . The Word Inc., G.P.O. Box 450, Adelaide, South Australia. (see below, the same as in the book)
1898 Article. The Fixing of Dates .
1898 Article. The Last Seven-fold Command of Christ .
1898 Article The Seven Church Epistles As a Whole: Their Interrelations .
1898 Article. The sufferings and The Glory: or, The Transfiguration and Its Lessons . Address at Prophecy conference, Keswick, Jul. 1895.
1898 Article. This is My Body .
1898 Article. What Is the Spirit Saying to the Churches?
1899 Article. Anglo-Israelism: The Root of Its Error. Address at Prophetic Conference, n.d.
1899 Article. Be Perfect.
1899 Article. The Dispensational Position of John’s Gospel: or, The Fig, the Olive, and the Vine .
1899 Article. The Guilty by No Means Cleared .
1899 Article. Made Meet.
1899 Articles. Rationalism and Its Relation to Romanism . Address at National Protestant Congress, Manchester, Nov.
1899 Article. The Royal Road to Holiness .
1899 Article. Sanctification .
1899 Article. Where We Ought to Worship .
1900 Pamphlet. The Vision of Isaiah: Its Structure and Scope . Jeffrey S. Bowman, 17692 Flintstone Lane, Huntington Beach, Calif.
1900 Article. Far Off and Made Nigh .
1900 Articles. Papers on the Apocalypse: Fifteen Preliminary Points . (The same as the Book, see below)
1900 Article. Perfection.
1900 Article. Truth for Times of Trouble .
1900 Article. Where is He?
1900 Music. Hymns for Christian Conferences .
1901 Article. Knowing Christ after the Flesh .
1901 Article. Papers on the Apocalypse . (The same as the Book, see below)
1901 Article. The Paulicians: A Lesson from the Past .
1901 Article. The Zionist Medal and What it Teaches Us .
1902 Book. The Apocalypse or, The Day of the Lord (see Articles, 1900-1901; new title: Commentary on Revelation ). Kregel Publications, Grand Rapids, Mich.
1902 Book. The Church Epistles (see Articles, 1898).
1902 Pamphlet. The Rich Man and Lazarus: or, The Intermediate State?
1902 Articles. The Christian’s Greatest Need . Berean Pub. Trust, Brittania Warehose, Cranleigh, Surrey.
1902 Article. The Great Conflict of the Ages: Gen 3:15-Rev. 20:10 .
1902 Article. The Potter’s House .
1902 Article. Sheol . (Brief in Appendix 35)
1903 Article. A Bible Acrostic .
1903 Article. The Darius Papyrus (with later corrections).
1903 Article. The Divine Plan of the Ages . Address at Mildmay Conference, London, 1902.
1903 Article. The Fallacies of Evolution .
1903 Articles. Hades.
1903 Articles. The Oldest Lesson in the World: or, The End of the Lord as Seen in the Book of Job . Scripture Research Inc., P.O. Box 518, Atascadero, Calif.
1903 Articles. “S” and “s”: The Use and Usage of the Word “Pneuma” (Spirit) in the New Testament .
1904 Pamphlet. Four Prophetic Periods: A Key to the “Things Which Must Shortly Come to Pass” (rev. ed.)
1904 Article. Christian Evolution?
1904 Articles. The Gospel of the Kingdom: As Set Forth in the Parables of the Sower, the Dinner, and the Supper.
1904 Articles. The Titles of the Psalms . (Brief in Appendix 65)
1904 Articles. The Two Prayers in the Epistle to the Ephesians .
1905 Book. The Giver and His Gifts (see 1903, “S” and “s”; new title: Word Studies on the Holy Spirit). Kregel Publications, Grand Rapids, Mich. Chap. 1, 2, and Appendix. The Word Inc., G.P.O. Box 450, Adelaide, South Australia.
1905 Pamphlet. Jehoshaphat: A Lesson for Our Times .
1905 Pamphlet. The Resurrection of the Body .
1905 Pamphlet. Sheol and Hades: Their Meaning and Usage in the Word of God (see 1902-1903 Articles).
1905 Article. God’s Building .
1905 Article. The Laws of Correspondence in Holy Scripture .
1905 Articles. The Two Natures in the Child of God . Truth For Today, Lafayette, Ind.
1905 Articles. The Zionist Movement in Its Relation to Prophecy . Address at Prophecy Investigation Society, London, Apr. 1904.
1906 Article. The Knowledge of God .
1906 Article. Leaven: Its Biblical Usage and Interpretation .
1906 Article. The Sons of God . (Brief in Appendix 23)
1906 Article. The Vail.
1907 Book. How To Enjoy the Bible . American Christian Press, New Knoxville, Ohio.
1907 Pamphlet. The Lord’s Prayer: Its Dispensational Place and Interpretation .
1907 Article. The Good Deposit: or, Paratheke .
1907 Articles. Hebrews 11 . (Introduction and Chapter 1, see below)
1907 Articles. The Lord’s Day: Rev. 1:10 . Address at Prophecy Inv. Soc., London, Nov. 1906.
1907 Articles. The Pauline Epistles: The Dispensational Teaching of Their Chronological Order . (see above)
1907 Articles. The Songs of Degrees .
1908 Book. The Chief Musician: or, Studies in the Psalms and Their Titles (see 1904, The Titles of the Psalms, and 1907, The Songs of Degrees). Truth For Today, Lafayette, Ind.
1908 Article. Canonical and Chronological Order of Scripture: Samuel and Jeremiah .
1908 Article. Try the Spirits .
1909 Book. The Companion Bible. Part I. Pentateuch .
1909 Article. The Doxology of Romans (16:25-27) .
1909 Article. The Selah in Psalm 44 (see 1908, The Chief Musician).
1909 Articles. The Selah of Psalms 46, 47, 48 (see 1908, The Chief Musician).
1910 Book. The Companion Bible. Part II. Joshua to Job .
1910 Book. The Story of the Breton Mission .
1910 Article. The Site of Zion .
1910 Review. Trusting God in Sickness: A Review of Two Pamphlets, by Philip Mauro.
1910 Review. When Did This Dispensation Begin, by Ada B. Habershon.
1911 Book. The Companion Bible. Part III. Psalms to Song of Solomon .
1911 Book. Great Cloud of Witnesses in Hebrews Eleven (see 1907, Hebrews 11). Kregel Publications, Grand Rapids, Mich.
1911 Article. Alnwick and Glanton .
1911 Article. The Breaking of Bread .
1911 Article. Difficulties in Dispensational Teaching .
1911 Articles. The Lord Hath Spoken: The Foundations of Dispensational Truth .
1912 Book. The Companion Bible. Part IV. Isaiah to Malachi .
1914 Book. The Companion Bible. Part V. The Four Gospels .
1914 Article. Abraham Believed God .
1914 Article. The Accomplished Decease .
1914 Article. The Christian’s Standing, Object, and Hope .
1914 Article. Crucified with Christ .
1914 Article. The Cursing of Balak and the Blessing of God .
1914 Articles. The Dispensational Plan of the Bible .
1914 Article. Following Hard .
1914 Article. I Am Black: I Am Vile. I Am Undone .
1914 Article. Mephibosheth: or, the Kindness of God .
1914 Article. Nehemiah: or, the Kindness of God .
1914 Article. Peter’s Fall and Peter’s Recovery .
1914 Article. They Sang His Praise. The Soon Forgot His Works .
1914 Article. Thou Remainest .
1914 Article. Three Attitudes and Utterances of David .
1914 Article. Truth for the Day of Trouble .
1915 Article. Athaliah and Jehosheba .
1915 Article. The Days of the Upright .
1915 Article. Divine Promotion and Preservation .
1915 Article. Earth’s Curse and Its Removal .
1915 Article. Five Postulates for Interpretation .
1915 Article. A New Creation .
1915 Article. The One Sacrifice .
1915 Article. The Pharisee and the Publican .
1915 Article. Praise for Divine Goodness .
1915 Article. Stablished-Strengthened-Settled .
1915 Article. The Woman of Canaan .
1921 Book. The Companion Bible. Part VI. Acts to Revelation .
1922 Book. The Companion Bible. Kregel Publications, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Book. The Foundations of Dispensational Truth (see 1911, The Lord Hath Spoken) Truth For Today, Lafayette, Ind.
Book. Selected Writings.
Music. A Prayer Hymn for Those in Active Service . Arr. By George Arthur Clarke, Boston, Mass. Whittemore Associates, 1942. Words by Isabella Stephenson. Music by Ethelbert William Bullinger.
At various times, collections of the pamphlets were privately printed in book form.