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The Hearer's Duty and Other Works By Christopher Love
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Christopher Love was born in Cardiff, Wales in 1618, was a puritan, Calvinist and Presbyterian preacher. Because of Love’s political leanings he was arrested by Oliver Cromwell’s forces... More > for treason, a charge he denied. Yet, Love was beheaded on Tower Hill, London on August 22, 1651. Many of his works were published posthumously. This new book is a rare set of Love’s individual works, each valuable in their own right. They include his sermon called, “The Hearer’s Duty,” which explains how to be hearers and doers of the Word of God; another sermon called “England’s Distemper,” in order to heal the wounds of a nation; two short works on buying and selling goods (which are outstanding and something every professing Christian should read before their next purchase); and finally his treatise on Presbyterianism, “The Main Points of Church-Government and Discipline.” This is not a scan or facsimile, and contains an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Vindiciae Evangelicae; Or, The Mystery of the Gospel Vindicated and Socinianism Examined By John Owen
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This volume in an unedited reprint of Vindiciae Evangelicae (1655), as reprinted in Volume XII of The Works of John Owen, D.D. (ed. William H. Goold, Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1862)This work,... More > written by order of the Council of State, is a lengthy refutation of the unitarian (“Socinian”) theology of John Bidle (Biddle) (1615-1662). (Some works of Bidle are available here. John Owen (1616-1683) was an English Nonconformist divine. He was born at Stadham in Oxfordshire in 1616, and was educated at Queen's College, Oxford. (B.A. 1632, M.A. 1635) He served as chaplain to Oliver Cromwell, as a minister, and was prolific controversial and theological writer, famous for his attacks on Catholicism, unitarianism, and Arminianism. < Less
The Hearer's Duty and Other Works By Christopher Love
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Christopher Love was born in Cardiff, Wales in 1618, was a puritan, calvinist and Presbyterian preacher. Because of Love’s political leanings he was arrested by Oliver Cromwell’s forces... More > for treason, a charge he denied. Yet, Love was beheaded on Tower Hill, London on August 22, 1651. Many of his works were published posthumously. This new book is a rare set of Love’s individual works, each valuable in their own right. They include his sermon called, “The Hearer’s Duty,” which explains how to be hearers and doers of the Word of God; another sermon called “England’s Distemper,” in order to heal the wounds of a nation; two short works on buying and selling goods (which are outstanding and something every professing Christian should read before their next purchase); and finally his treatise on Presbyterianism, “The Main Points of Church-Government and Discipline.” This is not a scan or facsimile, and contains an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
When Stars Die By Amber Skye Forbes
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The City of Malva is rife with puritanical hatred for witches. It is said they embody the Seven Deadly sins of mankind. Amelia's only chance of saving her brother Nathaniel, a born witch, is to... More > become a professed nun at Cathedral Reims. Enduring a series of trials including starvation, isolation, physical abuse and blood-sucking leaches, she will sacrifice all that she is to save him. Complicating all of this is the fact that Amelia can see what is lurking in the shadows. Shadowmen, seeking witches like Nathaniel to join their ranks. This group of Shadowmen begin planning. The results could be devastating. Oliver Cromwell, a dashing priest at Cathedral Reims, is the only one who can protect Amelia, her brother and save Malva. Yet, he may prove to be more dangerous than the shadows themselves.< Less
Twenty Years After By Alexandre Dumas
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Twenty Years After (French: Vingt ans après) is a novel by Alexandre Dumas, first serialized from January to August 1845. A book of The d'Artagnan Romances, it is a sequel to The Three... More > Musketeers and precedes The Vicomte de Bragelonne (which includes the sub-plot Man in the Iron Mask). The novel follows events in France during the Fronde, during the childhood reign of Louis XIV, and in England near the end of the English Civil War, leading up to the victory of Oliver Cromwell and the execution of King Charles I. Through the words of the main characters, particularly Athos, Dumas comes out on the side of the monarchy in general, or at least the text often praises the idea of benevolent royalty. His musketeers are valiant and just in their efforts to protect young Louis XIV and the doomed Charles I from their attackers.< Less
Twenty Years After By Alexandre Dumas
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Twenty Years After (French: Vingt ans après) is a novel by Alexandre Dumas, first serialized from January to August 1845. A book of The d'Artagnan Romances, it is a sequel to The Three... More > Musketeers and precedes The Vicomte de Bragelonne (which includes the sub-plot Man in the Iron Mask). The novel follows events in France during the Fronde, during the childhood reign of Louis XIV, and in England near the end of the English Civil War, leading up to the victory of Oliver Cromwell and the execution of King Charles I. Through the words of the main characters, particularly Athos, Dumas comes out on the side of the monarchy in general, or at least the text often praises the idea of benevolent royalty. His musketeers are valiant and just in their efforts to protect young Louis XIV and the doomed Charles I from their attackers.< Less
The Hound of the Baskervilles By Conan Doyle
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The rich landowner Sir Charles Baskerville is found dead in the park of his manor surrounded by the grim moor of Dartmoor, in the county of Devon. His death seems to have been caused by a heart... More > attack, but the victim's best friend, Dr. Mortimer, is convinced that the strike was due to a supernatural creature, which haunts the moor in the shape of an enormous hound, with blazing eyes and jaws. In order to protect Baskerville's heir, Sir Henry, who's arriving to London from Canada, Dr. Mortimer asks for Sherlock Holmes' help, telling him also of the so-called Baskervilles' curse, according to which a monstrous hound has been haunting and killing the family males for centuries, in revenge for the misdeeds of one Sir Hugo Baskerville, who lived at the time of Oliver Cromwell.< Less
Twenty Years After (1845) by Alexandre Dumas NOVEL By Alexandre Dumas
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Twenty Years After (French: Vingt ans après) is a novel by Alexandre Dumas, first serialized from January to August 1845. A book of The d'Artagnan Romances, it is a sequel to The Three... More > Musketeers and precedes The Vicomte de Bragelonne (which includes the sub-plot Man in the Iron Mask). The novel follows events in France during the Fronde, during the childhood reign of Louis XIV, and in England near the end of the English Civil War, leading up to the victory of Oliver Cromwell and the execution of King Charles I. Through the words of the main characters, particularly Athos, Dumas comes out on the side of the monarchy in general, or at least the text often praises the idea of benevolent royalty. His musketeers are valiant and just in their efforts to protect young Louis XIV and the doomed Charles I from their attackers.< Less
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The Hound of the Baskervilles By Arthur Conan Doyle
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The rich landowner Sir Charles Baskerville is found dead in the park of his manor surrounded by the grim moor of Dartmoor, in the county of Devon. His death seems to have been caused by a heart... More > attack, but the victim's best friend, Dr. Mortimer, is convinced that the strike was due to a supernatural creature, which haunts the moor in the shape of an enormous hound, with blazing eyes and jaws. In order to protect Baskerville's heir, Sir Henry, who's arriving to London from Canada, Dr. Mortimer asks for Sherlock Holmes' help, telling him also of the so-called Baskervilles' curse, according to which a monstrous hound has been haunting and killing the family males for centuries, in revenge for the misdeeds of one Sir Hugo Baskerville, who lived at the time of Oliver Cromwell.< Less

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