Kayser, Phillip


Aids to Beautification, 1983, 9 pages 

Kayser shows that adorning ourselves for the purpose of beauty, while it can be abused, is good, intended of God and Biblical.  The short article has specific regard to Jewelry, Cosmetics and Perfume.

Armed Resistance to Tyranny: The Biblical Mandate and Limits from the Life of David, 1995, 12 pages, outline notes 

This is the most Biblically detailed short exposition of lawful resistance to tyranny available

The Canon of Scripture: A Presuppositional Study

Conception Control: Avoiding Antinomianism and Legalism

Church Membership: Is it Biblical?  A Brief Study of the Concept of Church Rolls, 1993  7 pp. 

Kayser demonstrates the Biblical obligation of church membership

Glory and Coverings: a Study of 1 Corinthians 11:1-16  2003  52 pp.

Kayser convincingly argues that 1 Corinthians 11 teaches that women are to wear head-coverings in the public worship of God

“Has God Indeed Said?”:  The Preservation of the Text of the New Testament  2004  35 pp.  with Wilbur Pickering.  Kayser wrote the first two sections, Pickering the third section

What Greek texts of the New Testament are most faithful to the originals?  There are two main views: The Majority Texts and the Critical Texts.  Kayser and Pickering here demonstrates the superiority of the Majority Texts

Public Assembly: The Biblical Call to Faithful Attendance at Public Worship  2005  14 pp.

Kayser shows that faithful attendance at public worship is a Biblical obligation

Ransom Paid: Does the Bible Limit the Atonement?  1996

Seven Biblical Principles that Call for Infant Baptism  1990  52 pp.

Sunday as a First-Day Sabbath  1995  51 pp.

This is the fullest treatment of the change of the Sabbath from the seventh day of the week to the first day of the week.  

Torture: a Biblical Critique  2010  22 pp.

Kayser demonstrates that torture is contrary to numerous principles in scripture