Sin and Its Punishment

by Charles H. Welch 1. THE DECLARATION. Sin is the negation of law, righteousness, faith, and the whole purpose of man’s creation. It was introduced into the world by Adam, through the temptation of Eve by the Devil. Sin is universal in its embrace so far as mankind is concerned, […] Read more »

The Lord Jesus Christ – Things Surely Believed

by Charles H. Welch 1. THE DECLARATION. We believe that ‘confessedly great is the mystery of godliness’. While God absolutely is Spirit and invisible, Whom no man has seen or can see, yet for the purpose of creation He assumed the limitations suggested by the titles, ‘The Image of the […] Read more »

Right Division and the Gospel

by Charles H. Welch Right Division and the Gospel (PDF) This PDF booklet is an examination of the differing ‘gospels’ found in the New Testament, and an attempt to distinguish their applications and meanings. Contents: The Principle of Right Division Explained Differing Gospels Found in the N.T. The Gospel of the […] Read more »

Alphabetical Analysis of Practical Truth

by Charles Welch (with additional contributions from Stuart Allen) Part 10 of a ten-part work, analysing terms related to the Christian’s practical walk. (Click on An Alphabetical Analysis to access all ten parts of this set.) AA Part 10 (PDF) Practical truth – Subject Index (a more detailed index is given below): The […] Read more »

Salvation – Its Need, Its Provision, Its Goal

by Charles H. Welch Salvation (PDF) In this PDF booklet, the wonderful provision of God for us in Christ is examined in detail from a textual basis. Topics covered include: Salvation implies a Saviour The gospel and its connection with sacrifice Sinned and come short The one Mediator The forgiveness of […] Read more »

The Meaning of Salvation

by Brian Sherring Meaning of Salvation (PDF) The basics of the Christian faith, set out in an easy-to-read style. Contents: Part 1 – Introduction Part 2 – Our need for a Saviour – How did we all become sinners? – What does it mean to be a sinner? – How has […] Read more »