This is an index page of people in theology with analysis of their doctrines and practices. More coming in the future.

2 Responses to People

  1. Rod says:

    Enjoy your website. Good sound material.

    I was wondering if you will be posting the “People in theology with analysis of their doctrines and practices.” I think this would be very informative.

    • admin says:

      Hi Rod, Good observation/suggestion. I will have to think about it somewhat, but the answer is a definite yes, but where is the big question. I have books on, so an author page on that website would be good, but here also would be good. Maybe parallel. I will think about it. At this point in my restoration of, in about 2 weeks I might be starting author pages there, so I will try to work on this.

      To be truthful, I have been already working pretty steady for 2 months on the authors, but not on a website. In my theWord library which you can download off of, I have two new kinds of modules, a CIM (Category Index Module) and an AIM (Affiliation Index Module). In the AIM, I have a brief overview of the group (Baptist, Presbyterian, Congregational, Methodist, Anglican, Catholic, Reformed-Calvinistic, etc), and then I list all authors in the library in the AIM to which they belong. Each author has a biography section also, so that is where I have been putting that kind of material for the past 2-3 months. I will have to see how I can use that to put it up on a website.

      So it is in the making, just will take a little time to get it worked up well, and then posted on a website.

      Thanks for writing. Pastor David Cox

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Donate to Support this Ministry!

Mountain View

Donate to Pastor David Cox to support this website ministry via Paypal. It is only through people like you who stand for good doctrine that we are able to keep this website up proclaiming the truth. Be a part of it!

If you don't have paypal, Use the "donate" button in the footnote. It allows you to use your credit card or debit card securely through Paypal's security system, but not having to have a Paypal account. Look below the "Paypal" button on the next screen after you click the link, and click "Use Credit or Debit Card" Write me if you have questions. [email protected]