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Elder James H. Oliphant
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Elder J. H. Oliphant of Crawfordsville, Indiana, was one of the most useful and able ministers that ever bore the name of Primitive Baptist. Indeed, few men have ever lived that have penned or published to the world the glorious doctrine of salvation by grace with more beauty and in all its fullness. One whose life has been a splendid example of true piety, sober mindedness, spotless integrity, and devoted service. 

He was a very prolific writer who penned several books and was a contributing editor for several periodicals. He was noted for his clear, logical and concise style of writing. His books and articles are still read and coveted by people today.

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Justification and Kindred Subjects: Chapter 18
Justification and Kindred Subjects: Chapter 19
Justification and Kindred Subjects: Chapter 20
Justification and Kindred Subjects: Chapter 21
Justification and Kindred Subjects: Chapter 22
Thoughts on the Will: Preface
Thoughts on the Will: Chapter I
Thoughts on the Will: Chapter II
Thoughts on the Will: Chapter III
Thoughts on the Will: Chapter IV
Thoughts on the Will: Chapter V
Thoughts on the Will: Chapter VI
Thoughts on the Will: Chapter VII
Thoughts on the Will: Chapter VIII
Thoughts on the Will: Chapter IX
Thoughts on the Will: Chapter X
Thoughts on the Will: Chapter XI
Thoughts on the Will: Chapter XII
Thoughts on the Will: Chapter XIII
Thoughts on the Will: Chapter XIV
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Preface
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter I
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter II
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter III
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter IV
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter V
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter VI
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter VII
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter VIII
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter IX
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter X
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter XI
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter XII
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter XIII
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter XIV
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter XV
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter XVII
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter XVIII
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter XIX
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter XX
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter XXI
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter XXII
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter XXIII
Principals and Practices of the Regular Baptists: Chapter XXIV
Practical Suggestions for the Common People: Chapter I
Practical Suggestions for the Common People: Chapter III
Practical Suggestions for the Common People: Chapter IV
Practical Suggestions for the Common People: Chapter V
Practical Suggestions for the Common People: Chapter VI
Practical Suggestions for the Common People: Chapter VII
 
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