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Kingdom Mechanics By Allen Wooten
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The entire Bible is about a King, his kids, and a Kingdom. Without understanding Kingdom principles, you cannot understand the complete message of the Bible. God is not interested in abandoning... More > Earth like most churches teach. His heart is to restore it. This is why we return to Earth in the Book of Revelation. God is saving souls so he can in turn salvage their purpose. God says neither he nor his purposes ever change. So, why do we teach that they did? This Bible study expands our limited salvation message to the full message of the Gospel of the Kingdom that Jesus preached, returning us to meaningful and powerful lives advancing his Kingdom on Earth. Join me in understanding how to operate in God's Kingdom right here, right now!< Less
Behold! the Kingdom By Crosbie Barnes
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'Behold! the Kingdom' is a study that attempts to remove the fog surrounding our perception of God's Kingdom. It may be a source for some new ideas and revelation challenging those commonly held... More > about the Kingdom and attempting to set the foundation for how we should view God's Kingdom. It looks at how the coming of the King impacts the world and its people in every generation, revealing an invitation to take our rightful place in His Kingdom. It examines the mechanics and the dynamics of our inclusion into the Kingdom, and how it is expressed within His creation. We examine its nature as it emerges in the lives of individuals who embrace the King. And, finally, it looks at the structure, role and intrinsic values of the Church in the context of God's Kingdom.< Less
Behold The Kingdom By Crosbie Barnes
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A study that attempts to remove the fog surrounding our perception of God's Kingdom. It may be a source for some new ideas and revelation challenging those commonly held about the Kingdom and... More > attempting to set the foundation for how we should view God's Kingdom. It looks at how the coming of the King impacts the world and its people in every generation, revealing an invitation to take our rightful place in His Kingdom. It examines the mechanics and the dynamics of our inclusion into the Kingdom, and how it is expressed within His creation. We examine its nature as it emerges in the lives of individuals who embrace the King. And, finally, it looks at the structure, role and intrinsic values of the Church in the context of God's Kingdom.< Less
Behold! the Kingdom By Crosbie Barnes
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A study that attempts to remove the fog surrounding our perception of God's Kingdom. It may be a source of new ideas and revelation challenging those commonly held about the Kingdom and attempting to... More > set the foundation for how we should view it. We look at how the coming of the King impacts the world and its people in every generation, revealing an invitation to take our rightful place in His Kingdom. We examine the mechanics and the dynamics of our inclusion into the Kingdom, and how it is expressed within His creation, examining its nature as it emerges in the lives of individuals who embrace the King. And, finally, we look at the structure, role and intrinsic values of the Church in the context of God's Kingdom.< Less
Volant - Kingdoms of Air and Stone By clash bowley
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Volant - Kingdoms of Air and Stone Volant is set in a world of flying mountains called Skylands, on which civilization has recreated itself after a war between wizards let loose a flood of monsters... More > to occupy the lands below. Humans ride giant birds into combat, and sail great skyships hewn from the floating stone that underlies their skylands. The only magic is Alchemy, which creates potions and powders from the magical plants and monsters of the surface. Wild human tribes live on the surface, skulking about in hiding from the horrible creatures which hunt them. Create your own: Birds, Monsters, Ships, Skylands, Tribes, Cultures, Religions, and Associations. Included are four alternate resolution mechanics - StarPool, StarZero, StarNova, and StarWorm - and any of the resolution systems designed for StarCluster will work with this game. Volant is a StarCluster3 game< Less
Player’s Guide to the Sovereign Lands (hardcover) By Brian Jelke et al.
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This is it - the definitive rulebook for the D&D: Kingdoms of Kalamar campaign setting, and a must have for players and Dungeon Masters of any D&D (v3.5) campaign. Not only is the Player's... More > Guide to the Sovereign Lands loaded with expanded and updated material, this 275-page book also includes a vast amount of new background details and game mechanics!< Less
The Issue With Troy By Anatoly Fomenko
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NASA research of Earth-Moon mechanics by late astrophysicist Robert Newton leads MSU mathematicians to a breakthrough in the chronology and history of ancient Greece. The Issue With Troy shows the... More > amazed reader that the whole Troy story was a swindle exercised by German "archeologist" adventurer Schliemann. Indeed, the consensual localization for Homer's Troy is Hisarlik near the Hellespont straits. Herr Heinrich "Indiana" Schliemann used this hypothesis for solemnly baptizing as "Troy" the 100 by 100 meter excavation (with dynamite) site of a minuscule ancient settlement. Soon he announced the finding of gold of Priam artifacts that he himself designed and manufactured by Italian jewelers Bulgari. True name of Troy is Schliemannstadt?< Less
A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur's Court By Mark Twain
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Mark Twain's satirical novel, published in 1889, is the tale of a commonsensical Yankee who is carried back in time to Britain in the Dark Ages, and it celebrates homespun ingenuity and democratic... More > values in contrast to the superstitious ineptitude of a feudal monarchy. In an effort to bring democratic principles and mechanical knowledge to the kingdom, Hank Morgan strings telephone wire, starts schools, trains mechanics, and teaches journalism. But when Hank tries to better the lot of the peasants, he meets opposition from many quarters. This edition contains extensive overviews of both the author and the novel.< Less
The Horde from Pacific to Atlantic By Anatoly Fomenko, Gleb Nosovskiy
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NASA research of Earth-Moon mechanics by astrophysicist Robert Newton leads mathematicians of MSU to a breakthrough in the chronology of Eurasian and world history. The word "horde" meant... More > "armed people" in old Russian (cf. "order" in English, "ordre" in French, "Orden" in German). The protostate of "Horde from Pacific to Atlantic," or Great Tartary, was a true imbroglio of colonizations, wars, religions covering most of Eurasia in 12-16th centuries. The cathedrals, monuments, fortresses, relics, armours, swords, bibles, saints, warlords, artifacts, chronicles, maps and coins of the "Horde" abound but stay mostly misinterpreted. The European part of the Great Horde fell apart into English, French, German kingdoms in 14-16th centuries.< Less
The Issue With British History By Anatoly Fomenko, Gleb Nosovskiy
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NASA research of Earth-Moon mechanics by astrophysicist Robert Newton leads mathematicians of MSU to a breakthrough in the chronology and history of Great Britain. The Issue With British History is... More > the most explosive tractate on history ever written. Every theory it contains, no matter how unorthodox, is backed by solid scientific data. It shows that British history is, in fact, much shorter than is generally presumed; at the same time the author stresses the major role of the Great Britain in the world history. The book contains irrefutable evidence of mathematical, logical, statistical, and astronomical nature that British history of 640 - 1040 A.D. and Byzantine history of 378 - 830 A.D. are reflections of the same late-Medieval original. This translant came to England from Venice. Feel free to use this book in your eventual discussions with the avid devotees of "classical" chronology.< Less