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The Process By R.P. Nettelhorst
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This book follows the process of spiritual growth as outlined by Peter. A process that on the face of it is a paradox. Notice that at the outset, Peter reminds his readers that God has given them... More > everything they need for life and godliness (2 Peter 1:3). This cannot be overemphasized. We already have everything we need. There is nothing else to find, nothing to add, nothing to build. And yet you have the potential for growth. How does that work? One of the very great dangers in studies on spiritual growth, is that the reader might get the mistaken notion that there are simple steps to godliness and spiritual maturity, and that such a book as this can reveal the shortcuts. Or worse, the reader may imagine that spiritual growth is a matter of memorizing rules and filling in boxes and that this growth will lead to health and wealth and happiness.< Less
Chronicles of the Kings - Book 1: The Death of Kings By R.P. Nettelhorst
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First of a series of books retelling the history of the Hebrew monarchy, set in an alternate future, in a galaxy spanning civilization, with battles between worlds and solar systems.
Boiled Frog By R.P. Nettelhorst
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A fable about frogs and their attempts to appease the storks.
Where No Question Dwells By R.P. Nettelhorst
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Human beings come upon a world with an ancient, non-technological civilization that is locked in a rigid culture allowing no unanswered questions. The answers have all been given and the people are... More > expected to simply memorize all the questions and their appropriate answer. Conflict results when the people of this ancient culture are suddenly confronted, thanks to the humans mere existence, with the entirely new, which lacks both question and answer.< Less
Mole By R.P. Nettelhorst
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A child is placed into a totalitarian society, grows up as an ordinary member of it, and works his way to the top levels of the authoritarian government. But he is no ordinary child; he is a mole,... More > placed there to overturn the tyranny and establish freedom.< Less
Somewhere Obscurely By R.P. Nettelhorst
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Aramond Smith O’Reilly is a trader in human misery who, for a price, moves desperate workers illegally from depressed time periods to more prosperous periods of history. Aramond’s story... More > is a story of redemption. It is somewhat reminiscent of the story of former slave trader John Newton who went on to be a defender of the faith and author of Amazing Grace.< Less
The Perversion of Evil By R.P. Nettelhorst
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Milton Filby was a nice man, tolerant, easy going, kind to those around him, educated. Decent. But he wakes up to find himself on trial and doomed to Hell together with Adolph Hitler, a man... More > responsible for killing millions. Then there’s Katrina Harper, admittedly a very good woman, far better than Milton could ever hope to be—and a faithful churchgoer. Poor Suliman Ababa, a slave, was only twelve when he died horribly in a fire after his village in India was attacked back in 1735 BC.< Less
As Long As It Is Today By R.P. Nettelhorst
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Unexepectedly thrust into the past, Bradly Harris and his two year old daughter must decide whether to settle down, transform history, or find some way to get back to their home time.
Welcome the Morning By R.P. Nettelhorst
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Moslem terrorists kidnap six close friends and try to turn them against each other in a mad attempt to change history.
Best of All Worlds By R.P. Nettelhorst
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If you had made different choices, would things really have turned out better? If you have suffered tragedy in your life, and someone offered you the opportunity to change it, so that it never... More > happened, would you take him up on the offer? Could you make your life turn out better than it has, if you really knew then what you know now? Or when the Bible says that all things work together for good, does that mean that this is the best of all possible worlds? That it can’t be better than this? Does that mean that if you did go back and prevent the horrible tragedies of your life, and your bad choices, and thus changed your past, does that really mean that the world and your life would actually be the worse for it?< Less