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ORIGIN By Arsenia Joaquin
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Many people presume that the Old Testament is just an ordinary history of the Israelites. Careful study shows that this is not only what the Old Testament reveals. It is the Word of God. God tells... More > us the beginning of everything, what and how He created in six days which we physically see around us and what our eyes can see far beyond. God commanded man to rule over all His other creations. He chose the Israelites to be His special people. The Old Testament is the shadow of the things then coming, most of which have already happened. The Old Testament tells the likeness of things to come that we cannot see. The Israelites then are the Christians now. God gave the Israelites the promised land; Christians will go to heaven and the disobedient will be thrown to hell. Further study proves more.< Less
As It Was In The Beginning By marie glen
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AS IT WAS IN THE BEGINNING - What is the message of the Bible? What is the "good news" it claims to deliver to mankind? What does it promise? Christianity has existed for 2000 years, and... More > has been handed down by, and made up of many human beings. Has it lost any of its original glory? Has it picked up any baggage along the way? This book is a 66 page, free flowing summary of the Bible and its core message to mankind.< Less
As It Was In the Beginning By Marie Glen
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As It Was In the Beginning - What is the message of the Bible What is the "good news" it claims to deliver to mankind What does it promise Christianity has existed for 2000 years, and... More > has been handed down by, and made up of many human beings. Has it lost any of its original glory Has it picked up any baggage along the way This book is a 66 page, free flowing summary of the Bible and its core message to mankind.< Less
In The Beginning By Jason Barlow
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How did everything come to be? What are the origins of life? In this volume, we will explore the many world views on origins. For a Christian, the foundation of our belief system is found in the... More > Bible. More specifically, it begins with the book of Genesis. For it is with Genesis that one is shown the foundational doctrine of creation - which is the beginning of Christianity for all extents and purposes. In today’s society, the world has accepted a different foundation - evolution. Belief in evolution can lead to different rules. There is no creator, no absolute authority, and man can make his own rules. Evolution has beenused as a scientific justification and/or excuse for non-Christian activities, but does science support evolution and other world views? The facts may surprise you as we explore ~ In The Beginning< Less
Our Christian Roots By Michael Langford
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The Quakers once had a clear and positive alternative to what usually passes for Christianity. George Fox had a sound knowledge of Scripture and a good understanding of early Christian development... More > and he combined this with an unusual appreciation of what that could still mean to us now. He believed that there was something badly wrong with the way in which the gospel of Jesus was being presented and that this betrayal had started only about forty years after the death of Jesus. That brings us to 70 CE — the end of the Jewish War against Rome and the destruction of the temple in Jerusalem. It was the decisive turning point in the development of both Judaism and Christianity. What evidence is there to validate the claim made by Fox that for Christians this was also the beginning of what he called “The Great Apostasy”? Our Christian Roots presents a historical review of Christian origins that is in line with Scripture and modern scholarship and invites Friends to think again about their “Christian roots”.< Less
Synagoga Satanae: The Original Latin Rites of Satanism By Synagoga Satanae
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Modern Satanic books and rituals ignore the long history of Satanic rites in Latin, reaching back to the beginnings of Christianity and the Roman Catholic church. This book contains the original... More > Latin of the rituals, in a faithful blasphemy of the original Latin Rite. Rites such as the Missa Nigra (including instructions in Latin), Medieval drinkers and gamblers masses, the prayers for praying the Satanic Rosary (at the end of the book), and more. Note: There is no English in this book.< Less
Improving the Foundations: Batman Begins from Comics to Screen By Julian Darius
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This definitive, unauthorized study of Christopher Nolan's landmark 2005 film demonstrates how BATMAN BEGINS adapted and fused a half century of comic books into a single, unified movie. This book... More > also examines past attempts to film Batman's origins, how those origins evolved over time, and where Nolan's realism falls on a spectrum with past Batman movies and even the 1960s TV show. Dr. Julian Darius manages to reveal secrets to even the most hardcore Batman fan, while remaining fully accessible to those new to the character. From Sequart Research & Literacy Organization. More info at http://Sequart.org< Less
Middle Kingdom - Legendary Beginning of China and the Bible By Ken Kwok
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This book explores the origin of people in the legendary history of China came from the biblical land. Some of the other sons and daughters of the line of Seth and Shem mentioned in Genesis 5:1-26... More > and 11:10-26 had wandered to China. They were the ones who seeded early China with the knowledge of a supreme god, heavenly kingdom, and the mandate of heaven. Mysteriously, the Shang people emerged as a religiously monotheistic people in early China. How did they invent such grand idea? Were they the descendant from the line of Shem? And what about the Han people in China? Were they the descendant from the line of Ham? Read this book ... discover the forgotten biblical heritage of the Chinese people.< Less
Middle Kingdom - Legendary Beginning of China and the Bible By Ken Kwok
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This book explores the origin of people in the legendary history of China came from the biblical land. Some of the other sons and daughters of the line of Seth and Shem mentioned in Genesis 5:1-26... More > and 11:10-26 had wandered to China. They were the ones who seeded early China with the knowledge of a supreme god, heavenly kingdom, and the mandate of heaven. Mysteriously, the Shang people emerged as a religiously monotheistic people in early China. How did they invent such grand idea? Were they the descendant from the line of Shem? And what about the Han people in China? Were they the descendant from the line of Ham? Read this book ... discover the forgotten biblical heritage of the Chinese people.< Less
History of the Christian Church, Volume VIII: Modern Christianity. The Swiss Reformation. By Philip Schaff
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Philip Schaff's History of the Christian Church excels at providing an impressive and instructive historical treatment of the Christian church. This eight volume work begins with the early Church and... More > ends at 1605 with the Swiss Reformation. Schaff's treatment is comprehensive and in depth, discussing all the major (and minor!) figures, time periods, and movements of the Church. He includes many footnotes, maps, and charts; he even provides copies of original texts in his treatment. One feature of the History of the Christian Church that readers immediately notice is just how beautifully written it is--especially in comparison to other texts of a similar nature. Although at points the scholarship is slightly outdated, overall History of the Christian Church is great for historical referencing. Whether for serious scholarship, sermon preparation, daily devotions, or simply edifying reading, History of the Christian Church comes highly recommended. -Tim Perrine, CCEL Staff Writer< Less