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Mithras Reader Vol 3: An Academic and Religious Journal of Greek, Roman and Persian Studies By Payam Nabarz
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A Journey to the Hypercosmic side of the Sun by Prof Ezio Albrile. Internet & the Resurrection of a God: the Neo-Mithraic Communities by Israel Campos. Aristotle & the Natural Slave: The... More > Athenian Relationship with India by Robert F. Mullen. The Dawn of Religions in Afghanistan-Seistan-Gandhara & the Personal Seals of Gotama Buddha & Zoroaster by Ranajit Pal. Dacia & the Cult of Mithras by Csaba Szabó. Sun Tzu & the Achaemenid Grand Strategy by Sheda Vasseghi. Zen Buddhism & Mithraism by Masato Tōjō. A new Archaeological Research of the Sassanian Fire Temple of Rivand in Sabzevar, by Hassan Hashemi Zarjabad. The Zoroastrian Holyland of Haetumant by Reza MehrAfarin. Kephra by Akashanath. Into The Looking Glass Tragic Reflections of Life by Lesley Madytinou. Solomon in Olympus: The Enduring Connection between King Solomon & Greek Magic by David Rankine. Orphic Hymn to Aphrodite trans by Harita Meenee. The Athenian Festivals of Demeter by Melissa Gold. The Lioness by Jane Raeburn. Plus many more articles.< Less
Mithras Reader Vol 3: An Academic and Religious Journal of Greek, Roman and Persian Studies By Payam Nabarz
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A Journey to the Hypercosmic side of the Sun by Prof Ezio Albrile. Internet & the Resurrection of a God: the Neo-Mithraic Communities by Israel Campos. Aristotle & the Natural Slave: The... More > Athenian Relationship with India by Robert F. Mullen. The Dawn of Religions in Afghanistan-Seistan-Gandhara & the Personal Seals of Gotama Buddha & Zoroaster by Ranajit Pal. Dacia & the Cult of Mithras by Csaba Szabó. Sun Tzu & the Achaemenid Grand Strategy by Sheda Vasseghi. Zen Buddhism & Mithraism by Masato Tōjō. A new Archaeological Research of the Sassanian Fire Temple of Rivand in Sabzevar, by Hassan Hashemi Zarjabad. The Zoroastrian Holyland of Haetumant by Reza MehrAfarin. Kephra by Akashanath. Into The Looking Glass Tragic Reflections of Life by Lesley Madytinou. Solomon in Olympus: The Enduring Connection between King Solomon & Greek Magic by David Rankine. Orphic Hymn to Aphrodite trans by Harita Meenee. The Athenian Festivals of Demeter by Melissa Gold. The Lioness by Jane Raeburn. Plus many more articles.< Less
Word Pictures in the New Testament - Romans By A.T. Robertson
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A. T. Robertson was a renowned Greek New Testament scholar. His work on the Greek language is still consulted today. Word Pictures in the New Testament is his insightful treatment of that book. In... More > the Greek New Testament, there are a variety of meaningful pictorial nuances implicit in the Greek constructions that are often lost in translation. Robertson examines Greek constructions from many different Testament passages. He provides background to many of the Greek words and their connotations in the original Greek, thereby shedding new light on the meaning of passages. Many readers have gained a new, richer understanding of the New Testament by studying Word Pictures in the New Testament. And although no technical knowledge is required to study this work, familiarity with the Greek language makes this work much easier to digest. Consequently, it is ideal for pastors, theologians, and students of the New Testament. -Tim Perrine, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
Romans Verse-by-Verse By William R. Newell
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In his book Romans Verse-by-Verse, William Newell explores the truths of Christ's salvation exactly as they are found in the rich text of Romans. Written by the Apostle Paul, Romans is often... More > considered one of the most important books in the Bible. Newell's Verse-by-Verse is a perfect combination of analytic exegesis and devotional interpretation. Newell highlights Paul's central claims in each verse and explain their significance in astounding detail. Because of Newell's deep understanding of both Greek and English biblical translations, he is able to point out subtle yet essential features of the text that often go unnoticed by many readers. Throughout his commentary, Newell consistently defines difficult terminology and provides many additional footnotes for further technical clarification. This rewarding commentary makes the challenging book of Romans easy to comprehend and appreciate. -Emmalon Davis, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
The Changing of the Gods By Elmo Lincoln Astor
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The supreme ruler of the Greek gods, Zeus, is given 48 hours to get out of Mount Olympus by the supreme ruler of the Roman gods, Jupiter. Why is Zeus afraid? Jupiter has a new weapon- a pistol.
The Changing of the Gods By Elmo Lincoln Astor
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The supreme ruler of the Greek gods, Zeus, is given 48 hours to get out of Mount Olympus by the supreme ruler of the Roman gods, Jupiter. Why is Zeus afraid? Jupiter has a new weapon- a pistol.
I Love Thy Law: An Expository Study of the Book of Romans By Christopher Bickish
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Most Christians are able to present the Romans Road, but how many are intimately familiar with the entire book? Books are written with a message which is to be sought out and applied. If... More > prayerfully studied, the book of Romans will prove to be sufficient for equipping God's child with biblical theology. My desire is to see people edified by the message of Romans just as God has used it to change my life. This exposition may aid teachers, leaders, missionaries or pastors who wish to go through Romans in an expository fashion. Study Questions are included at the back of the book. In writing this commentary, I have tried to be as loyal as possible to the text; therefore, the Greek Textus Receptus is the basis for this work. The accuracy and integrity of the King James translation is unparalleled, and it is the only English translation which has been used apart from my own rendering of the Greek New Testament. Topics include: Christian Liberty, Spiritual Baptism, the Christian and Government< Less
I Love Thy Law: An Expository Study of the Book of Romans By Christopher Bickish
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Most Christians are able to present the Romans Road, but how many are intimately familiar with the entire book? Books are written with a message which is to be sought out and applied. If prayerfully... More > studied, the book of Romans will prove to be sufficient for equipping God's child with biblical theology. My desire is to see people edified by the message of Romans just as God has used it to change my life. This exposition may aid teachers, leaders, missionaries or pastors who wish to go through Romans in an expository fashion. Study Questions are included at the back of the book. In writing this commentary, I have tried to be as loyal as possible to the text; therefore, the Greek Textus Receptus is the basis for this work. The accuracy and integrity of the King James translation is unparalleled, and it is the only English translation which has been used apart from my own rendering of the Greek New Testament. Topics include: Christian Liberty, Spiritual Baptism, the Christian and Government< Less
Gods and Candy - Summer Solstice By Mellisa K. Wagner
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Hades has a weakness for ice cream. Hera adores Tootsie Pops. And Dionysus is rarely seen on the Overworld without his customary bottle of Jack Daniel’s and a Twinkie. And you can’t... More > forget Aphrodite – she’s addicted to Hershey’s Kisses. All is well in their world until a mysterious goddess is imprisoned in a statue in Rome. A band of immortals must save the goddess before the Summer Solstice. But what happens when a marijuana smoking Demeter, Persephone (goddess of the Underworld), and some daft Sirens try to thwart the plan? It’s the Greek gods like you’ve never seen them – where they possess human emotions and weaknesses and are in our world. Zeus, Ares, Apollo, Hera, and Aphrodite (with the help of Dionysus and Morpheus) vow to release the goddess and watch over the Chosen One. But other forces want nothing more than to thwart them. As midnight quickly approaches, a battle begins in an ancient Roman Temple with powers and tempers flaring. Who will survive?< Less
The Priest, The Knight, Zeus, and God By Brian Starr
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Writing The Priest, the Knight, Zeus, and God started with the five generation genesis of God, which is a section of the book. Then a series of Charts to define the five generations. A relationship... More > of all the apostles is next, with a section on certain main figures and how they are related and who is in each house. Then studies of what was found on the internet in the genealogy files. Such as the Babylonian era and the Davidic era and the Israelite era. That covers the Priest and the Knight Common Law. Next is the Greek Father of the Gods and his relationship to 28 wives and 42 children. Finally the Hebrew God is made with charts as well as charts about the Davidic Kingdom, the Babylonian Empire, and the Christianity that was after the common law was made.< Less