MAN: THE DWELLING PLACE OF GOD

by A. W. Tozer


Man: The Dwelling Place of God

Compiled by Anita M. Bailey
Published in 1966
by Christian Publications
ISBN: 0-87509-415-5

    Introduction
  1. Man: The Dwelling Place of God
  2. The Call of Christ
  3. What We Think of Ourselves is Important
  4. The Once-born and the Twice-born
  5. On the Origin and the Nature of Things
  6. Why People Find the Bible Difficult
  7. Faith: The Misunderstood Doctrine
  8. True Religion is Not Feeling but Willing
  9. How to Make Spiritual Progress
  10. The Old Cross and the New
  11. There Is No Wisdom In Sin
  12. Three Degrees of Religious Knowledge
  13. The Sanctification of the Secular
  14. God Must Be Loved for Himself
  15. True Faith is Active, Not Passive
  16. On Taking Too Much For Granted
  17. The Cure for a Fretful Spirit
  18. Boasting or Belittling
  19. The Communion of Saints
  20. Temperament in the Christian Life
  21. Does God Always Answer Prayer?
  22. Self-deception and How to Avoid It
  23. On Breeding Spotted Mice
  24. The Unknown Saints
  25. Three Faithful Wounds
  26. The Wrath of God: What Is It?
  27. In Praise of Dogmatism
  28. What Men Live By
  29. How to Try the Spirits
  30. Religious Boredom
  31. The Church Cannot Die
  32. The Lordship of the Man Jesus Is Basic
  33. A Do-It-Yourself Education Better Than None
  34. Some Thoughts on Books and Reading
  35. The Decline of Apocalyptic Expectation
  36. Choices Reveal — and Make — Character
  37. The Importance of Sound Doctrine
  38. Some Things Are Not Negociable
  39. The Saint Must Walk Alone