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Free Biblical Psychology Books

Spirit, Soul, and Flesh Collection


The newest addition to our library is actually some dusty old books over a topic not well covered in today's culture, Biblical Psychology. You can almost smell the scent of old books as your skim through this page. Below you will find some of my personal favorite over the topic of Spirit, Soul, and Flesh, surely more than enough information to draw your own conclusions... These are the tools any serious Christian can use to overcome the modern day, oversimplified doctrine, that is prevalent in almost every major denominations. That being, " you are spirit who lives in a body and posses a soul"... Really, um seriously, that's all there is to it? Don't get me started!

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Tripartite Nature of ManTripartite Nature of Man Spirit, Soul, and Body: By John Bickford Heard - Applied to Illustrate and Explain the Doctrines of Original Sin, The New Birth, the Disembodied State, and the Spiritual body.




The Philosophy of FreedomThe Philosophy of Freedom: By Ruldolf Steiner - English translations of this book from 1922 to 1963 were published with the title The Philosophy of Spiritual Activity. This is the seventh English edition, translated from the German, and with an Introduction by Michael Wilson. This translation, based on the 12th German edition, 1962, is presented here by permission of Rudolf Steiner-Nachlassvierwaltung, Dornach, Switzerland.

Spirit, Soul, and FleshSpirit, Soul, and Flesh: By Ernest De Witt Burton - The Usage of [pneuma], [psyche], and [sarx] in greek writings and translated works from the earliest period to 225 A.D. and their Equivalents in the Hebrew Old Testament.



Outlines of Biblical PsychologyOutlines of Biblical Psychology: By Johann Tobias Beck - This volume consist of extracts from Lectures which I had occasion to deliver on Biblical Psychology, in the years 1840 and 1841...



Essays in Biblical GreekEssays in Biblical Greek: By Edwin Hatch - The present work consists of the substance of the Lectures delivered by the writer during his terms of office as Grinfield Lecturer on the Septuagint...



Biblical Psychology in Four PartsBiblical Psychology in Four Parts: By Jonathan Langstaff Forster - Part I. The Living Soul. Part II. Personality. Part III. Biblical Demonology. Part IV. The Sepulchral and a Future State.



The Bible doctrine of manThe Bible doctrine of man: or, The anthropology and psychology of Scripture: By John Laidlaw - The aim is to present in one view the Bible Theology and Philosophy of Man and his Nature...



The Spirit of ChristThe Spirit of Christ: By Andrew Murray - Thoughts on the indwelling of the Holy Spirit in the Believer and the Church...




St. Paul's Use of The Terms Flesh And SpiritSt. Paul's Use of The Terms Flesh And Spirit: By William Purdie Dickson - My aim has been not to treat the subject from a doctrinal or a speculative point of view, or yet from that of popular exposition, but to conduct a purely exegetical inquiry...



A system of Biblical PsychologyA system of Biblical Psychology: By Franz Delitzsch - Indeed, it's absolutely right in maintaining the unity of nature of soul and spirit; but it suffers from the great defect, that it does not do justice to the substantial difference between the two that is everywhere presupposed in the Holy Scriptures. If this defect were not remedied, the psychology mode of speech and matter generally in the Holy Scriptures would be an obscure and formless chaos. The key of biblical psychology is found in the solution of the enigma: How is it to be conceived, that spirit and soul can be of one nature, and yet distinct substance?