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Books by Pastor K. David Oldfield


A Serious Look at Bible Trivia
More than 350 pages of questions and answers, dealing with a variety of Biblical subjects. A useful tool for teaching God’s Word to teens and adults alike.

What’s in a Name
A study, in twenty-eight chapters, of the names and titles of the People of God. After examining those which are found in the Bible, the author reaches into church history for many more.

Grace Unto the Third and Fourth Generation
This is a fictionalized biography of several generations of the Gano family. John Gano, descending from a Huguenot refugee, was the initial pastor of the first permanent Baptist church in New York City. His son, Stephen, after serving in the Revolutionary War, also became a Baptist pastor.

And Jesus Wept – A Biblical Study of Pain
Written with the knowledge that there is an urgent need to try to anticipate, alleviate, and array people in pain and for the future quakes and their aftershocks.

Study of the Lord’s Prayer (John 17) 
Unlike the example that we have in the early chapters of Matthew and Luke, this really is the Lord’s prayer. We receive an intimate look at the Son’s and Father’s relationship to one another and learn much about the elect as well.

Nehemiah, God’s Cup Bearer                                                                                                                                                                            Nehemiah has not been given a place among the heros of the faith in Hebrews 11, but his history is found among the venerated sixty-six books of the Bible.  Here are fifty-four messages to get your creative juices flowing

Malachi, Prophet of the Transition                                                                                                                                                                    Malachi bridges the gap between the two testaments of the Word of God.   He points to Christ’s great ministry both in His incarnation and in His glorification.  This book contains forty-three lessons.


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Abstract of Systematic Theology — J. P. Boyce
Adoniram Judson — Francis Wayland (1796-1865)
Apostolic Ministry, The — Francis Wayland (1796-1865)
Backus, Isaac, The Life of — A. Hovey
Baptismal Regeneration — John Zeweniuk
Baptist Church Directory — Edward Hiscox (1814-1901)
Baptist History — J. M. Cramp
Baptists (The), Their Origin, Continuity, Principles (1860) — T. G. Jones
Baptized by One Spirit (I Corinthians 12:13) — Forrest Keener
Body of Divinity — John Gill
Do We Have the 1611 KJV Bible Today? — Dr. Phil Stringer
Faith’s Checkbook — C.H. Spurgeon
Fifty Years Among the Baptists — David Benedict (1779-1874)
Foxes Book of Martyrs
Francis Wayland — Minister/Economist — Lawrence Vance
Gill’s Commentary on the Bible
George Washington’s Letter to the Baptist Churches of Virginia
Goat Yard Declaration of Faith (1729) — John Gill
The Gospel its Own Witness — Andrew Fuller
Haldane, Robert, The Life of — Alexander Haldane
History of English Baptists — Joseph Ivimey
History of the Baptists — G.H. Orchard
History of the Scotch Plains Baptist Church (N.J.) 1747-1897
History of the Waldenses — Andrew Fuller
Inspiration of the Scriptures — B. H. Carroll
John Ploughman’s Talks — C.H. Spurgeon
Letters on the Ministry of the Gospel — Francis Wayland (1796-1865)
London Baptist Confession of Faith (1644)
London Baptist Confession of Faith (1689)
The Missionary Dilemma — Fred Nimmo
New Hampshire Baptist Declaration of Faith (1833)
Philadelphia Baptist Confession of Faith (1742)
Principles and Practices of the Baptists — Francis Wayland (1796-1865)
Saint Patrick the Baptist — L.K. Landis
The Trail of Blood — J. M. Carroll
The Translators to the Readers — (Preface to the 1611 King James Bible, edited and reworded into modern English).
Virginia Baptist Ministers — J. B. Taylor (1819-1871)
Waldensian Confession of Faith (1120)
Welsh Succession of Primitive Baptist Churches — Michael Ivey
Why Be a Baptist — H. Boyce Taylor