Horatius Bonar

Horatius Bonar Horatius Bonar (1808-1889), has been called the prince of Scottish hymn writers.

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How Shall I Go To God?

By: Horatius Bonar

An Article

Volume 13, Number 35 (8/28/2011, to 9/3/2011)

Format: Webpage

Topics: Pastoral MinistryGodMan

The Saint and the Law

By: Horatius Bonar

An Article

Volume 13, Number 37 (9/11/2011, to 9/17/2011)

Format: Webpage

Topics: Pauline EpistlesChristian LivingPhilosophy

The Rent Veil

By: Horatius Bonar

The Removal of the First Sacrifice and the Establishment of the Second

Volume 12, Number 13 (3/28/2010, to 4/3/2010)

Format: Webpage

Topics: SalvationApologetics

The Glory to Come

By: Horatius Bonar

An Article

Volume 13, Number 34 (8/21/2011, to 8/27/2011)

Format: Webpage

Topics: GodSalvationLast Days

The Rent Veil

By: Horatius Bonar

The Blood within the Veil

Volume 12, Number 15 (4/11/2010, to 4/17/2010)

Format: Webpage

Topics: SalvationApologetics

The Rent Veil

By: Horatius Bonar

The Messiah Within the Veil

Volume 12, Number 14 (4/4/2010, to 4/10/2010)

Format: Webpage

Topics: SalvationApologetics

Not Faith, But Christ

By: Horatius Bonar

Volume 9, Number 37 (9/9/2007, to 9/15/2007)

Format: Webpage

Topics: Salvation

The Rent Veil

By: Horatius Bonar

The Rending of the Veil

Volume 12, Number 12 (3/21/2010, to 3/27/2010)

Format: Webpage

Topics: SalvationApologetics

The Rent Veil

By: Horatius Bonar

God Seeking Worshippers

Volume 12, Number 16 (4/18/2010, to 4/24/2010)

Format: Webpage

Topics: SalvationApologetics

The Saint and the Seventh Chapter of Romans

By: Horatius Bonar

An Article

Volume 13, Number 36 (9/4/2011, to 9/10/2011)

Format: Webpage

Topics: Christian LivingPauline EpistlesSalt and Light

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