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vis3april By Sylvia Chumbley
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A full colour A5 softcover book of 53 pages, with pictures of all the 18 stained glass windows of St Peter's Anglican Church, Caversham, and information on each. A small section on the firms and on... More > the donors of the windows. May be used as a guidebook or to read at home.< Less
The Church of England, The Church of Rome, and the Englishmen Caught in Between. By Andrew Suttle
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This work questions the ways in which Englishmen in the Elizabethan period dealt with the extreme religious strife which occurred in the nation. It focused on the different ways in which Catholics... More > dealt with an Anglican government, and how that government tried to at first wipe out, and later force conformity from the Catholic population.< Less
The Church of England, The Church of Rome, and the Englishmen Caught in Between. By Andrew Suttle
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This work questions the ways in which Englishmen in the Elizabethan period dealt with the extreme religious strife which occurred in the nation. It focused on the different ways in which Catholics... More > dealt with an Anglican government, and how that government tried to at first wipe out, and later force conformity from the Catholic population.< Less
Renowned Reformers By Rev. Canon Dr. Ernest Long
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This book profiles the lives of Martin Luther, William Tyndale, John Calvin, Thomas Cranmer, Hugh Latimer, Nicholas Ridley and James Ussher. These giants of the faith are renowned for their role in... More > the Reformation. Dr Long explains, “These men so impressed and affected the thinking of their contemporaries, that irreversible changes took place in the history of church and state. The primary and fundamental benefit these Reformers brought to people was to make it clear that individuals can have a personal relationship with God. They removed the barrier of language to give the people the Holy Scriptures in the common tongue. They had a herculean struggle against the overriding power and influence of a church/state collusion, which affected everybody in their thoughts, words, and deeds.”< Less
A Discourse in Vindication of the Doctrine of the Trinity By Edward Stillingfleet
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This is an unedited reprint of: In A Discourse In Vindication of the Doctrine of the Trinity: with an Answer to the late Socinian Objections against it from Scripture, Antiquity and Reason. And a... More > Preface concerning the different Explications of the Trinity, and the Tendency of the present Socinian Controversie.(1697) Stillingfleet (1635-1699) here enters a controversy that had begun in 1687 with the publication of Stephen Nye's A Brief History of the Unitarians, and had been stoked by many later controversial pamphlets and books, including The Faith of the One God, published by Thomas Firmin. (Available here.) Stillingfleet defends traditional formulas about the Trinity from unitarians' charges of contradiction and poor fit with the Bible and early Christian tradition. For more historical works on the Trinity visit: http://trinities.org/books.< Less
A Treaties of Divine Providence By St. Catherine of Siena
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Saint Catherine of Siena was a tertiary of the Dominican Order, and a Scholastic philosopher and theologian. She is one of the two patron saints of Italy, together with St. Francis of Assisi. St.... More > Catherine was one of the most brilliant theological minds of her day, although she never had any formal education. Catherine dedicated much of her life to helping the ill and the poor, where she took care of them in hospitals or homes. St, Catherine's letters, and a treatise called "a dialogue" are considered among the most brilliant writings in the history of the Catholic Church.< Less
The Catholicos of the East and His People By Arthur J. Maclean and William H. Browne
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The Catholicos of the East and His People was written by Arthur J. Maclean and William H. Browne while on leave in England following five years of service in the Archbishop of Canterbury’s... More > Assyrian Mission among the Assyrians of Persia and Turkey. It was published in London in 1892. This book provides a valuable resource for modern Assyrians because it focuses mainly on the daily life and customs of the Assyrians, as well as the religious practices of their church. A certain degree of European ethno-centrism is to be expected from a book of this era. However, the modern reader will do well to look past this because, in common with other Anglican writers, these two men were keen observers and their writing is infused with a true respect and sympathy for the people they worked among.< Less
A Treaties of Prayer By St. Catherine of Siena
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Saint Catherine of Siena was a tertiary of the Dominican Order, and a Scholastic philosopher and theologian. She is one of the two patron saints of Italy, together with St. Francis of Assisi. St.... More > Catherine was one of the most brilliant theological minds of her day, although she never had any formal education. In about 1366, Catherine experienced what she described in her letters as a "Mystical Marriage" with Jesus, later a popular subject in art as the Mystic marriage of Saint Catherine. Other miracles recounted in Raymond of Capua's biography include her reception of the stigmata and her receiving communion from Christ himself. Raymond also records that she was told by Christ to leave her withdrawn life and enter the public life of the world. Catherine dedicated much of her life to helping the ill and the poor, where she took care of them in hospitals or homes. St, Catherine's letters, and a treatise called "a dialogue" are considered among the most brilliant writings in the history of the Catholic Church.< Less
The Shipman's Code By Ashley Holt
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This short book is written about the piracy of the 1700s and the romance of Prince Phillip and Catherine of Arthurian Romance and Spanish titles of nobility. Told in the narrative of a pirate named... More > Marion, this story uplifts and enlightens readers to the plight of the Southern slaves of the Dutch Indies trade and a blessed pirate named Marion that spent a lifetime on the seas to free them from their bonds of Anglican greed and narrative.< Less
Family Records of St Edward's Church, Clementsport, Nova Scotia 1783-1936 By LV Shaw & John Hewes
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A reproduction of a hand-written document containing parishioners and rectors (1783-1936) of St. Edward's (Anglican) Church, Clementsport, Nova Scotia, Canada. The author also included information... More > on the local history of Clementsport, tidbits about prominent families, and a partial transcription of Baptist Cemetery, on Goat Island.< Less

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