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As far as twentieth century Christian figures are concerned, Philip Mauro stands out as one of the most captivating.  After coming to a saving knowledge of the Lord in 1903, at the age of forty five, Mauro, a member of the bar of the Supreme Court of the United States and one of the foremost patent lawyers of his day, began his "Testimony" of what was to him the most important event in his life.

The early twentieth century was a period of great expansion for many errors, such as Dispensationalism and Anglo Israelism.  Rising to the forefront of Christianity's great struggle against these foes, he applied the preparation God had given him, and scored great victories for sound doctrine.  As a result of his body of work, the following generations have been able to pick up weapons at the spot where he fell and continue the struggle for Truth, as it is to this day.


Second Printing, 1989
168 pgs.
$8.95 USD (softcover only)

The following pages contain the substance of three addresses given by the writer at several places, and which are now put into writing with a view to reaching a larger number than he could reach with his voice.   These pages are occupied with the same subject as the book entitled "God's Pilgrims", and they contain an amplification of one part of that general subject.  The writer's object is to put before the reader a view of the three-fold work of the Son of God--past, as the Apostle of God; present, as High Priest in the heavenly Sanctuary fulfilling the type of the great day of Atonement; and future, as King-Priest of the age to come.  more


Their Dangers, Their Resources, Their Rewards

Second Edition, 1989
176 pgs.
$7.95 USD (softcover only)

Although God's Pilgrims: Their Dangers, Their Resources, Their Rewards is not a verse-by verse exposition of the Epistle of Hebrews per ce, it does theologically expound at length chapters 2, 3, and 4.  Most notable, it treats the notorious difficult passages of the Epistle (i.e., chapters 6 and 10) with great care.  Mauro does this by observing the context of each portion, and then correlates the theological truth in other passages of Scripture.  He never quotes any other source for his authority other than Scripture Itself.  more

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