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Meanderings of an Aging Soul, Volume 3 By William Connelly
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In these volumes, with warmth and gentle humor, the author recalls his boyhood on a farm near Lanesboro, Minnesota in the 1940s. Many of his essays in earlier volumes portray a childhood structured... More > by chores, family, school and church obligations. In addition to depicting everyday life, he reflects on may special events (Minnesota State Fair, holidays, WWII “air raid” practice, car trips) and recreation (radios shows, townball league, fishing on the Duschee Creek, roller skating) Contemporaries of the author will appreciate the accuracy of his depiction of the 1940’s living. Younger generations can learn what it was like to live at that time. These memoirs represent a fascinating retrospective into rural life during and after World War II. His later writings, including this volume, focus on and characterize how his values have influenced his thinking about more contemporary issues and events. They, too, come alive in his writings.< Less
Legends of King Arthur Through the Ages By Colin Bradshaw-Jones et al.
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There are more stories about King Arthur than you ever knew. Some of them may even be true. This massive collection spans the centuries of Arthurian legend. We are taken back to the sixth century in... More > ‘A Time Before Tales’ by Colin Bradshaw-Jones. This controversial tale gives one possible explanation for a real Arthur. We are then transported to the medieval ‘Kilhwch and Olwen’ from The Mabinogion, translated by Lady Charlotte Guest. The story can lay claim to be one of the earliest written Arthurian romances in any language. Finally, Sir James Knowles gives us the epic collection which most closely resembles the King Arthur we know today, and which forms the largest portion of the book; ‘And as they prayed, there was seen in the churchyard, set straight before the doorways of the church, a huge square stone having a naked sword stuck in the midst of it. And on the sword was written in letters of gold, "Whoso pulleth out the sword from this stone is born the rightful King of Britain."’< Less
Meanderings of an Aging Soul, Volume 4 By William Connelly
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In these volumes, with warmth and gentle humor, the author recalls his boyhood on a farm near Lanesboro, Minnesota in the 1940s. Many of his essays in earlier volumes portray a childhood structured... More > by chores, family, school and church obligations. In addition to depicting everyday life, he reflects on may special events (Minnesota State Fair, holidays, WWII “air raid” practice, car trips) and recreation (radios shows, townball league, fishing on the Duschee Creek, roller skating) These charming memoirs capture whimsical details as well as stark realities of Midwestern rural life during that period. Besides giving us a glimpse back into time, on a deeper level William Connelly’s writings reveal how his Irish Catholic farm family and small town community shaped the values that would guide him through life. His later writings, including this volume, focus on and characterize how his values have influenced his thinking about more contemporary issues and events. They, too, come alive in his writings.< Less
Meanderings of an Aging Soul, Volume 2 By William Connelly
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In these volumes, with warmth and gentle humor, the author recalls his boyhood on a farm near Lanesboro, Minnesota in the 1940s. Many of his essays in earlier volumes portray a childhood structured... More > by chores, family, school and church obligations. In addition to depicting everyday life, he reflects on may special events (Minnesota State Fair, holidays, WWII “air raid” practice, car trips) and recreation (radios shows, townball league, fishing on the Duschee Creek, roller skating). These charming memoirs capture whimsical details as well as stark realities of Midwestern rural life during that period. Besides giving us a glimpse back into time, on a deeper level William Connelly’s writings reveal how his Irish Catholic farm family and small town community shaped the values that would guide him through life. His later writings, including this volume, focus on and characterize how his values have influenced his thinking about more contemporary issues and events. They, too, come alive in his writings.< Less
Meanderings of an Aging Soul, Volume 5 By William Connelly
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In these volumes, with warmth and gentle humor, the author recalls his boyhood on a farm near Lanesboro, Minnesota in the 1940s. Many of his essays in earlier volumes portray a childhood structured... More > by chores, family, school and church obligations. In addition to depicting everyday life, he reflects on may special events (Minnesota State Fair, holidays, WWII “air raid” practice, car trips) and recreation (radios shows, townball league, fishing on the Duschee Creek, roller skating). These charming memoirs capture whimsical details as well as stark realities of Midwestern rural life during that period. Besides giving us a glimpse back into time, on a deeper level William Connelly’s writings reveal how his Irish Catholic farm family and small town community shaped the values that would guide him through life. His later writings, including this volume, focus on and characterize how his values have influenced his thinking about more contemporary issues and events. They, too, come alive in his writings.< Less
History of the Church: The First 100 Years By John Willis
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The church of the first century, or the Apostolic Age, possesses a peculiar interest for Christians of all denominations, since it constitutes the first and by far the most important chapter in its... More > history, and is the common mother of Catholicism and Protestantism, though materially differing from both. History of the Church: The First 100 Years is based on the multi-volume History of the Christian Church by church historian Philip Schaff, yet presents the information without the footnotes, lists of source of information, and other data that historical scholars require. While that information is important to scholars, it merely clutters the page for the reader. First published in 1858, many consider History of the Early Church to be one of the best histories of the church ever written.< Less
History of the Church: The First 100 Years By John Willis
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The church of the first century, or the Apostolic Age, possesses a peculiar interest for Christians of all denominations, since it constitutes the first and by far the most important chapter in its... More > history, and is the common mother of Catholicism and Protestantism, though materially differing from both. History of the Church: The First 100 Years is based on the multi-volume History of the Christian Church by church historian Philip Schaff, yet presents the information without the footnotes, lists of source of information, and other data that historical scholars require. While that information is important to scholars, it merely clutters the page for the reader. First published in 1858, many consider History of the Early Church to be one of the best histories of the church ever written.< Less
A Layman's View of some Plymouth Churches By W.J. Power
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A layman's view of some Plymouth churches from the middle ages until 1977.
Church Development "Abomination in the Holy Place" By Ayodeji Ezra-Williams
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The specter of antediluvian sins of the times of Noah is rearing its ugly head again in these times. Men of this century are returning to the wisdom of long past ages, modern Pentecostal/Charismatic... More > churches have also been invaded by the spirit of the age, sustaining their flight upon the wings of ancient lore. Every characteristic of the antediluvian sins seems to be reappearing. Open intercourse with demons is being perpetuated on a vast scale in the very heart of Christendom and these practices do not exclude even the hitherto somewhat traditionally conservative segments of the Protestants. Old, mesmerizing healing methods rooted in ancient magical arts are increasingly being passed off as genuine Spirit-induced miracles. All these are floating back to us upon the tide of “revivals” and “spiritual awakenings.” They no longer come veiled or shrouded in secrecy or mystery; rather, in accordance with the spirit of the age, they blatantly present themselves as veritable tools of evangelism and church growth< Less
Stuff We Believe: in the Church of Stan By Estanislao Carter
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[Required Reading] The Church of Stan believes in a lot of stuff, much of which is secret and beyond casual comprehension. But we do believe in other stuff that we can share and that is only... More > available to the Super-Conscious collective. These are beliefs that unite us as human beings and unify our opposition to dogma, fear and stupid stuff. Join Grand spiritual leader, Master Stan and the Elders of the Church of Stan as they impart their Theosophy of the Ages unto the initiates of the Church of Stan. < Less

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