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New Age Bible Follies: A Critique of Gail Riplinger's "New Age Bible Versions" By Albert M. McIlhenny
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Since its initial publication in 1993, Gail Riplinger's New Age Bible Versions has been a mainstay of the King James Only Movement. Despite the many critiques of its positions, Riplinger's treatise... More > still has an avid following among many Christians who believe her book exposed a vast conspiracy to overthrow the true Biblical witness in the Church of Jesus Christ. In this little booklet, Albert M. McIlhenny examines some of the central accusations made by Riplinger and demonstrates her supposed evidence has largely been manufactured though the dishonest handling of evidence. There should be little doubt when finished that Gail Riplinger is an unreliable source.< Less
New Age Bible Follies: A Critique of Gail Riplinger's "New Age Bible Versions" By Albert M. McIlhenny
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Since its initial publication in 1993, Gail Riplinger's New Age Bible Versions has been a mainstay of the King James Only Movement. Despite the many critiques of its positions, Riplinger's treatise... More > still has an avid following among many Christians who believe her book exposed a vast conspiracy to overthrow the true Biblical witness in the Church of Jesus Christ. In this little booklet, Albert M. McIlhenny examines some of the central accusations made by Riplinger and demonstrates her supposed evidence has largely been manufactured though the dishonest handling of evidence. There should be little doubt when finished that Gail Riplinger is an unreliable source.< Less
The Pilgrim Church: An Account of Continuance Through Centuries of Christian Churches Practising Biblical Principles Taught in the New Testament (Hardcover) By E. H. Broadbent
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In this all-embracing Christian church history, E. H. Broadbent details the growth, traditions and teachings of churches and denominations through the ages. Intended as an introduction to organized... More > Christianity, the Pilgrim Church selects examples from the time of Christ onward of Christian denominations. From the beginning, Broadbent is keen to emphasize how gaps in history mean much of the church history is simply obscured. How exactly Christians almost two thousand years ago, or in the pre-Reformation Middle Ages, worshipped and practiced their faith is simply a mystery for theologians and historians. The central argument of Broadbent’s book is that the Catholic church, in its effort to suppress divergence it deemed as heresy, destroyed much of the evidence of other churches. Much of the book is composed with this underpinning principle; a truth that resounds through the entire text, which is informed by the undoubted scholarship of the author.< Less
The Pilgrim Church: An Account of Continuance Through Centuries of Christian Churches Practising Biblical Principles Taught in the New Testament By E. H. Broadbent
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In this all-embracing Christian church history, E. H. Broadbent details the growth, traditions and teachings of churches and denominations through the ages. Intended as an introduction to organized... More > Christianity, the Pilgrim Church selects examples from the time of Christ onward of Christian denominations. From the beginning, Broadbent is keen to emphasize how gaps in history mean much of the church history is simply obscured. How exactly Christians almost two thousand years ago, or in the pre-Reformation Middle Ages, worshipped and practiced their faith is simply a mystery for theologians and historians. The central argument of Broadbent’s book is that the Catholic church, in its effort to suppress divergence it deemed as heresy, destroyed much of the evidence of other churches. Much of the book is composed with this underpinning principle; a truth that resounds through the entire text, which is informed by the undoubted scholarship of the author.< Less
FEMALE VAMPIRE, WITCH AND HERETICAL, DURING THE MIDDLE-AGES By Prof. Camillo O. Di Cicco
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In the A. D. 1300 in Poland, more precisely in the region of Kashubia, was coined the term "nachzeher" to define the female vampire, or "chewing the shroud" or "devourer of... More > the night." The Nachzehrer would be a special kind of vampire who lives in a constant state of numbness in his grave, without understanding what is happening around and just like a child chewing spasmodically in her dress. The theologian Philip Rohr's, in his presentation at the University of Leipzig, "Historico-Dissertatio Philosophica de Masticatione Mortuorum" also known as "chewing Mortuorum" (1679), describes in detail the behavior of these dead. The theologian describes and justifies the phenomenon of vampirism as demonic possession and considers unjustified any violent action against them. An action against a corpse is inevitably against God and therefore must be condemned.< Less
A History of The Inquisition of The Middle Ages: Special Fields of Inquisitorial Activity By Henry Charles Lea
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This volume focuses on the specialized operations that the insidious inquisition carried out. Whether it was routing political heresy or else dealing with a local witch coven, the inquisition was... More > within all areas of society. No one was safe from their wrath.< Less
A History of The Inquisition of The Middle Ages: The Inquistion in the Several Lands of Christendom By Henry Charles Lea
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Henry Lea once again unfolds the history of the infamous inquisition as he lays out their rise and influence in different countries across Europe. Using detailed accounts, this book shows how the... More > inquisition used the people around them to infiltrate and route supposed witchcraft in their areas.< Less
Light in the Dark Places: or, Memorial of Christian Life in the Middle Ages. By Augustus Neander
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Augustus Neander began his religious studies in speculative theory, but his changing interests led him to the study of church history. In his book, Light in the Dark Places, Neander's talent as a... More > writer and a historian is tremendously evident; collected within this volume is an abundance of remarkable information about church history. Neander shares information about the lives of Christian individuals and communities during times of darkness and of triumph. Neander also reveals unknown facts about early missionaries and martyrs of the church. This historical analysis will provide today's Christians with insight into the church's elaborate past, so that they may learn from previous mistakes and embrace habits of righteousness. -Emmalon Davis, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
The Iliad for Boys and Girls By Alfred J. Church
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Vigorous retelling of Homer's Iliad, relating the incidents of the great siege of Troy, from the quarrel of the chiefs to the ransoming of Hector's body. Ages 8-12
THE ILIAD FOR BOYS AND GIRLS By ALFRED J. CHURCH
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The Iliad by Home told in a story-telling way that will appeal to all children. This book is good for alternative education and home schooling, for elementary reading age. Attractive colour... More > illustrations< Less

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