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400 Years of Silence By Zechariah Barrett
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It started with a simple project, then as God's hand became manifest, the story unfolded. 400 Years of Silence is a fictional, creative interpretation, written in duet play form and short story... More > prose, of the 400 year period between the Old Testament prophets and the birth of Jesus Christ. In that time, there was no word from God, until the cry of a baby broke the silence on that glorious night when the Savior of the world was born. View the world through the eyes of Naaman and Manasseh, brothers who couldn't be more different in faith. One clings to the Old Testament scriptures, while the other denies them entirely. Follow their journey as they walk in the steps of the Christ. This 3rd Edition of "400 Years of Silence" features both the short story and duet play, as well as an additional message from the author regarding the writing process.< Less
What Pastors Don't Talk About By Sergio Iglesias
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These stories were painful memories that were put in writing. I learned that, when the silence is broken, all that was done in darkness comes to light. God heals our heart and renews our mind. Jesus... More > set me free and now I want the world to know! The reason I chose to write this book is because I feel that if God compelled the men of the Bible to write about their flaws in the Word of God, why should I not expose mine? Starting with Adam in the beginning, who ate the forbidden fruit and ending with Paul the Apostle who used to persecute the Christians, yet God used him to write thirteen out of twenty seven books of the New Testament. If God compelled these men to expose their flaws, why should I not expose mine?< Less
What Pastors Don't Talk About By Sergio Iglesias
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These stories were painful memories that were put in writing. I learned that, when the silence is broken, all that was done in darkness comes to light. God heals our heart and renews our mind. Jesus... More > set me free and now I want the world to know! The reason I chose to write this book is because I feel that if God compelled the men of the Bible to write about their flaws in the Word of God, why should I not expose mine? Starting with Adam in the beginning, who ate the forbidden fruit and ending with Paul the Apostle who used to persecute the Christians, yet God used him to write thirteen out of twenty seven books of the New Testament. If God compelled these men to expose their flaws, why should I not expose mine?< Less
One Father One Teacher One Head: Women In Worship By Robin Jones
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Jesus said that He is the only ultimate spiritual leader of men and women. “And do not be called teachers; for One is your Teacher, the Christ.” There are a handful of passages which... More > seem to contradict this message. When Jesus was tempted to take a passage at face value he said “It is also written”. Matt. 4:7 This research considers what is “also written” and investigates the passages which appear to elevate men as leaders, and silence women.< Less
An Explanation of the Assembly's Shorter Catechism By Thomas Vincent
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"An Explanation of the Assembly’s Shorter Catechism." Thomas Vincent (May 1634 – October 15, 1678) was a Puritan minister and author. Both his father and brother were prominent... More > ministers. He was educated at Christ's College, Oxford, graduating with a B. A. He was a young non-conformist preacher who entered into the ministry very early. It was said of him that he had memorized the entire New Testament as well as the Psalms. He was rector of St. Mary Magdalen in Milk-Street, London, until he was ejected in 1662 by the Bartholemew Act, listing him as one of the “ejected” or “silenced” ministers by the Act of Uniformity. Out of his pulpit, he gave himself to the education of youth. When the Great Plague of London of 1665 came, however, Vincent became the friend of the afflicted, offering comfort and assistance to the diseased and dying.He was among the signers of the 1673 Puritan Preface to the Scots Metrical Psalter.< Less