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POPE FRANCIS. HOPE AND FUTURE FOR A LIBERATED CHURCH By Anna De Simone
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Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, now Pope Francis, is the Jesuit Pope to come from Latin America. Who is Bergoglio and how did he come to be elected Pontiff in Rome is what this book tells you. This book is... More > a honest, clear, uncomplicated but also sound introduction to the personality, life, career and theological ideas of the newly elected Pope , with photos illustrating the life and career of Jorge Mario Bergoglio. The volume includes Pope's Francis' First Encyclical Letter "Lumen Fidei" (agosto 2013)< Less
Proceedings of International Congress of Speleology in Artificial Cavities "Hypogea 2015" - Italy, Rome, March 11/17 - 2015 By Autori Vari
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Two years of work, with 70 contributions from 122 authors, and participants from 11 countries, in addition to Italy: Armenia, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Germany, Georgia, England, Israel, Czech... More > Republic, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey. We meet to discuss and compare the experiences acquired in the field of speleological and cave-scuba diving surveys in underground settlements, catacombs, quarries, rock-cut churches, ancient aqueducts, drainage tunnels, and abandoned mines.< Less
Rome's Responsibility for the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln, With an Appendix Containing Conversations Between Abraham Lincoln and Charles Chiniquy By Thomas Harris
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General Thomas Maley Harris was a medical doctor, who recruited and served as commander of the Tenth West Virginia Volunteers during the Civil War. He rose in rank through meritorious service to... More > become a brigadier general in the Union Army. General Harris was a member of the Military Commission that tried and convicted the conspirators who assassinated President Abraham Lincoln. He had first hand knowledge of the sworn testimony of the witnesses in that trial. This book summarizes the salient evidence brought out during the military trial and adds information from other sources to present before the U.S. public the ineluctable conclusion that the assassination of Abraham Lincoln was the work of the Roman Catholic Church.< Less
The Roman Catholic Church: A Divine Institution or a Human Invention? By Adam S. Miller
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Which is the one true Church established by the Lord Jesus Christ? -Find out where in the Bible Christ's one Church is identified as being both "Roman" and "Catholic?" -Find out... More > where it is declared that the Church of Rome is "Filled with all knowledge." Find out where it is revealed that "all the local churches of Christ" salute the Roman Church. -Find out where it is revealed that the Church of Rome is the apostolic center of the world-wide Church of Christ. -Find out where it is revealed that God will crush Satan under the feet of the Church of Rome. Find out these and more in this unique work. Find out also the early historical testimony concerning the Church of Rome: that the early Church Fathers acknowledged the primacy of the Roman Church over the world-wide (Catholic) Church; that churchmen turned to Rome when a final arbiter was needed; that Rome made decisions binding on all Christians; that the Emperor Constantine did not give the Roman Church its prestige and authority.< Less
The Roman Catholic Church: A Divine Institution or a Human Invention? By Adam S. Miller
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Which is the one true Church established by the Lord Jesus Christ? -Find out where in the Bible Christ's one Church is identified as being both "Roman" and "Catholic?" -Find out... More > where it is declared that the Church of Rome is "Filled with all knowledge." Find out where it is revealed that "all the local churches of Christ" salute the Roman Church. -Find out where it is revealed that the Church of Rome is the apostolic center of the world-wide Church of Christ. -Find out where it is revealed that God will crush Satan under the feet of the Church of Rome. Find out these and more in this unique work. Find out also the early historical testimony concerning the Church of Rome: that the early Church Fathers acknowledged the primacy of the Roman Church over the world-wide (Catholic) Church; that churchmen turned to Rome when a final arbiter was needed; that Rome made decisions binding on all Christians; that the Emperor Constantine did not give the Roman Church its prestige and authority.< Less
Sketches of Church History, from AD 33 to the Reformation By Bede The Venerable
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The Ecclesiastical History of England examines the religious and political history of the Anglo-Saxons from the fifth century to 731 AD. St. Bede's historical survey opens with a broad outline of... More > Roman Britain's geography and history. St. Bede pays special attention to the disagreement between Roman and Celtic Christians, the dates and locations of significant events in the Christian calendar, and political upheaval during the 600's. St. Bede collected information from a variety of monasteries, early Church and government writings, and oral histories of Rome and Britain. This book is useful to people looking for a brief survey of religious and political figures and events in Anglo-Saxon history. Readers should recognize that St. Bede's religious and political biases are subtly reflected in his historiography, diminishing its objectivity. Nonetheless, his Ecclesiastical History of England is one of the most important texts of the Anglo-Saxon history. -Emmalon Davis, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
Purity and Unity: In Search for Church Unity on Biblical Grounds By Timothy A. Williams
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Protestants have long rejected the organizational unity under the arrogated assertions of Rome; however, unity among themselves has proven to be evasive. This book explores this search for unity... More > within the bounds of purity and provides some suggestions for it on biblical grounds.< Less
The Church Music of Davide Perez and Niccolò Jommelli By Mauricio Dottori
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This is a study of the church music by Davide Perez and Niccolò Jommelli and of how their styles evolved in relation to social and aesthetic influences. Both Neapolitans, they were amongst the... More > most eminent composers in eighteenth-century Europe. In many aspects their lives followed a parallel progress, interweaving with persons and institutions in Naples, Rome, Vienna, Venice, and Lisbon. Jommelli has always had a place in the histories of music as a reformer of opera seria. Perez however—a musician who after one of the brightest careers in mid-century operatic Italy, dedicated himself for his last twenty-three years almost exclusively to church music—was unjustifiably almost completely forgotten. The second part has to do with the funeral music. This comprises the Office and Masses of the Dead, and the Triduum offices, which is very similar to the former. Their music—which presents the Christian hope for personal immortality in a very sentimental and melancholic mood — is quoted extensively.< Less
The Aeneid for Boys and Girls By Alfred J. Church
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The Aeneid for Boys and Girls by Alfred J. Church. This story recounts the fascinating tale of Aeneas, the legendary ancestor of Romulus, who escaped from the burning city of Troy and wandered the... More > Mediterranean for years before settling in Italy. His adventures onece arriving in Latium are no less interesting since he must fight the jealous suitor Turnus for the hand of the princess Lavinia. Patterned after the Iliad and the Odyssey, the Aeneid was described in an epic poem by Virgil to glorify the imperial city of Rome.< Less
Augustine and the Pelagian Controversy: The Doctrines and Theology of Pelagius in the Early Christian Church (Hardcover) By Benjamin B. Warfield
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St. Augustine's role in the Pelagian controversy, wherein a popular theologian issued beliefs contrary to those of the Catholic order, is explained within. Pelagius was a popular figure in Rome and... More > wider Christendom; thought to have hailed from the British Isles, his multilingualism, learned stature and obvious ascetic leanings made him a well-recognized and appreciated Christian. Years of preaching in Rome in the 4th and 5th centuries affected Pelagius' views; in particular, he felt that those who pled their very humanity was the reason for their sins and wrongdoing were abominable. In his writings, little of which survive to the modern day, Pelagius offers an alternative theology based on readings of the New Testament. The Augustinian notion of original sin - that sin is inherited to all humanity since the fall of Adam and Eve - is rejected by Pelagius, who felt that individual humans have the capacity to shape their own spiritual destiny through both piety and moral living.< Less

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