Thursday, December 1, 2016

Search Russell's Works

Russell's Works Online
The following sites appear each to contain all of Russell's extant works, including the Studies in the Scriptures, The Watch Tower (1879 through 1916), What Pastor Russell Said (Question Book), The Photodrama of Creation, and much, much, more. Please note that all of these sites may contain things that are also written by others; please do not attribute things written by others to Russell.
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This site is almost exclusively material written by, or under the editorship, of Charles Taze Russell. It does, however contain some items written by others.

 only search the Most Holy Faith site

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This site contains Russell's works, but it also contains a tremendous amount of material that was not written by Russell.

 only search the Pastoral Bible Institute site

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This site is almost exclusively from the works of Charles Taze Russell.

 only search the "C. T. Russell" site
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This site contains most of Russell's books and the Watch Towers; it is lacking, however, many of the works of Russell.

 only search the "htdbv8.com" site
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This site contains much of Russell's works, but it also includes a few things written by others.

 only search the "AGS Consulting" site
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Other Sources of Russell's Works
Pastor Russell Omnibus
Charles Taze Russell Omnibus. Includes the books Pastor Russell's Sermons, What Pastor Russell Said, What Pastor Russell Taught and What Pastor Russell Wrote for the Overland Monthly
Other Related Links
Charles Taze Russell Grave Photos
Although the emphasis in the photos are not Russell's grave, but evidently Rutherford's pyramid monument, we decided to include this link. Also included are some scans of some of the souvenir booklet that was released regarding the building of Rutherford's pyramid monument, in which it is claimed that Russell authorized the building of the monument. However, we do not know that to be a fact, since Russell, in his writings, never mentioned the building of such a monument. The emphasis in some of the pictures seem to be suggesting a connection between Russell and the Freemason Center across the street from the Rosemont Cemetery. That Center was not there when Russell was buried, nor was there any pyramid monument in the Rosemont Cemetery when Russell was buried. Russell, of course, was never a Mason, and was definitely not a supporter of the Free Mason's organization.
See:
Category: Freemasons

Where You May Purchase Works of Russell

Offers Studies in the Scriptures, Tabernacle Shadows, and Daily Manna.
Offers Studies in the Scriptures and Tabernacle Shadows
Offers Studies in the Scriptures and Tabernacle Shadows
Offers Studies in the Scriptures as well as disks containing the Studies and the Scriptures with Tabernacle Shadows.
Here one can order many books by Russell, including the Bound Watch Tower Reprints (1879 through 1916) in 12 volumes (includes index), Photo Drama of Creation, Pastor Russell Sermons, What Pastor Russell Said (Question Book); What Pastor Russell Taught (Covenants); What Pastor Russell Wrote (Overland Monthly Articles; Poems of Dawn, and more.
Studies in the Scritures, Tabernacle Shadows, Daily Manna.
Studies in the Scriptures and Tabernacle Shadows (all bound in one volume).
Divine Plan of the Ages; Our Most Holy Faith
Where to Purchase the Berean Bible Studies (Software)
This CD contains Zion’s Watch Tower and Herald of Christ’s Presence [1879-1916]; Studies in the Scriptures [Volumes 1-6]; ALL Books, Booklets, Tracts, Special papers written by Russell; Sermons, Debates, Photodrama clips; Early Adventist writings as found in Advent Christian Church publications; as well as Eight Bible Translations and Strong’s Hebrew/Greek Dictionary
Where to Purchase the Bible Students’ Library (Software)
These CDs contain an enormous amount of Bible Study material, incuding all known works of Charles Taze Russell, 16 Bible translations, 17 Children’s Books, 16 Devotionals, Back issues from seven different Bible Students’ journals, Over 20 reference works, Over 200 treatises, and much more.

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