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Evangelist Cory Trout is the author of two books:

 

The first, A Book of God’s Names, containing over 70 names & titles, with comments on each.

 

The second, Holy Ghost: The Forgotten Name, a look at the name Holy Ghost through history, beginning in the 12th century; and a look into why this name is seldom used today when in times past it was used more than the name Holy Spirit.

 

Both books are available as paperbacks and eBooks on Amazon. More information and links below.

A Book of God's Names

 

A BOOK OF GOD’S NAMES

 

A Book of God's Names has over 70 names and titles of God, with comments on each. The book delves into and expounds on many of God's names by looking at how they are used in the Scriptures, by defining words, by looking at some history, and more. It also includes several of Cory’s poems.

Purchase the eBook or paperback here: Buy on Amazon.

Excerpts:

“God has many scriptural names, each of which represents a character of his being. His names reflect his nature, have reference to qualities, indicate the relation of certain actions to him, and convey to us some notion of his perfection.”

 

“The LORD of hosts is glorious in holiness, fearful in praises; doing wonders, riding on the wings of the wind, walking in the circuit of heaven.”

 

“The name JAH implies eternal existence, while both JAH and JEHOVAH signify God’s essence and majesty incomprehensible. The names JAH and JEHOVAH also signify God’s perfect and absolute being of and by himself.”

Holy Ghost: The Forgotten Name

HOLY GHOST: THE FORGOTTEN NAME

 

Holy Ghost: The Forgotten Name looks into and explains why the name Holy Ghost is seldom used today when in times past it was used more than the name Holy Spirit.

The book includes a list of over 55 old English bibles with excerpts from each, as well as fascinating history, a look at one of the first English bibles to omit the name Holy Ghost completely, quotes from 19th-century translators who excluded the name from their bibles, insight from 16th and 17th-century writers, and more.

 

Purchase the eBook or paperback here: Buy on Amazon.

Excerpts:

 

“It is quite thought-provoking that the men of old used the name Holy Ghost more than Holy Spirit in their writings and sermons—whereas the reverse is true today.”

“Shortly after its publication, Mace’s bible was castigated by eminent scholars, and was generally seen as an embarrassment to textual scholarship in England.”

“Alexander Campbell’s 1826 bible not only omits the name Holy Ghost but explains why: ‘Campbell has used the word …’”

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