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CHARLES H. (Henry) WELCH Born April 25th 1880. Author of Dispensational Truth, The Testimony of the Lord’s Prisoner, The Form of Sound Words, United Yet Divided, True from the Beginning, etc. and late editor of The Berean Expositor, Principal of the Chapel of the Opened Book. Author of a series of volumes Expository in character and stressing the Dispensational point of view.


Books Available by Charles H. Welch:

Alphabetical Analysis (#5333) by Charles H. Welch (1880-1967). This is a priceless 10 volume set, with over 5000 pages, covering nearly 500 different Scripture subjects. It is the climax of Welch’s written ministry. It is a complete reference library divided into four sections: Doctrinal, Practical, Prophetical, and Dispensational. Ten hardback volumes. $179.95
The Apostle of the Reconciliation (#6237) by Charles H. Welch (1880-1967). This book shows the dispensational place of Acts and the earlier epistles of Paul. It follows a threefold division of Acts: 1. Restoration – restoring the Kingdom to Israel (1-9); 2. Reconciliation – typified by the vision of the sheet and the salvation of Cornelius (10-14); 3. Rejection – foreshadowed in Paul’s first miracle (13) and actually fulfilled in the setting aide of Israel (28). Hardback. 337 pages. $19.95
Biblical Study Charts (#5330) by Charles Welch. This is a collection of 418 actual hand-made color teaching charts. These “wall charts,” most of which were originally 3’x5’, where designed by Charles Welch to accompany his teaching of the Scriptures. They were preserved and are here presented in color photography on glossy paper, making this an invaluable study resource. All of the charts are believed to have been made before 1953. -- 523 glossy pages, hardcover (9 5/8 x 6 3/4 x 1 1/2) $29.95
Charles H. Welch: An Autobiography (#6243) Hardback. 156 pages. $19.95  

The Dispensational Frontier of Acts 28 (#2428) Charles H. Welch (1880-1967). A survey of the significance of Acts 28 to dispensational truth. Paperback. 62 Pages. $7.95

Dispensational Truth or The Place Of Israel And The Church In The Purpose (#6241) by Charles H. Welch (1880-1967). Published in 1912 this was the author’s first full length book. The author exhibits how the Bible reveals the purposes of God, which are seen to have earthly as well as heavenly implications, and need to be carefully compared with traditional doctrines. Hardback. 263 pages. $22.95

Ephesians via Romans (#9175) by Charles H. Welch (1880-1967). In the style of a two-way conversation, this work illustrates that the unique blessings of Ephesians are based upon the blessings all believers have received, as detailed in the book of Romans. Paperback. 38 Pages. $4.95
Hope (#3766) by Charles H. Welch (1880-1967) This short work helps to clear up the theme of “hope” found in Scripture, by both defining what it means, as well as looking into its dispensational aspect, related to Israel and the One Body. 54 pages. Paperback. $5.95
Hymns of Praise (#1889) Charles H. Welch, Editor. This is an attempt at a dispensationally accurate hymnal, compiled by Welch. Quite a number of these hymns, it will be recognized, could only have been written by those acquainted with the results of “Right Division.” The song sections do not have noted music, rather they use hymn meters, thus indicating the number of syllables for the lines in each stanza of the song. This allows the matching of a hymn's text with appropriate tunes for singing. 978-1-62904-188-9 Paperback. 130 Pages (fc) $12.95
In Heavenly Places: Commentary on Ephesians (#6240) by Charles H. Welch (1880-1967). This is a detailed exposition of “the Mystery” or secret purpose that was hidden in God and then revealed through Paul, our apostle, in his epistle to the Ephesians. Hardback. 608 pages. $24.95
“None Other Things” (#3761) by Charles H. Welch (1880-1967). This is a study of Acts 26:22: “Saying none other things than those which the prophets and Moses did say should come.” It demonstrates that Paul had two ministries and that the end of his first ministry and the beginning of his second was Acts 28. 84 pages. Paperback. $9.95


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