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Persecute by Hell By Bedeyuri Fernandes
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This book see’s a Christian man Richard, who loses his wife to a mysterious Demon and is left to raise his children alone. He is tasked with helping a family, who are new to the American sores.... More > And inadvertently falls in love with Lisa, one of the daughters of the powerful witch and patriarch of the family Anna. Anna does everything she possibly can to prevent Richard from being happy again with her daughter. This is just one of the hurdles Richard has to overcome. Another being Lisa’s racist brothers, who hate the fact that Richard is white more than they hate the man himself. The worst happens when Anna makes a pact with a demon, which enhances her power. Every single day in Richard's life, gets more and more bizarre until he finds the strength to fight and overcome these obstacles. Will the God Richard has faith in help him in overcoming this evil in his life. Or will he just be another fool who thought his beliefs alone were powerful enough to face the evil that the devil himself throws man’s way?< Less
The Death of a Nation or the Ever Persecuted Nestorians or Assyrian Christians By Abraham Yohannan
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The Death of a Nation or the Ever Persecuted Nestorians or Assyrian Christians is another important account of the massacres suffered by the Assyrians in 1915. The author, Abraham Yohannan, was born... More > in the village of Digala in 1853. He was educated in the American Mission schools in Urmia and became a teacher in the Urmia College. In 1886 he came to the United States to help prepare the revision of the Bible in Assyrian. He stayed to pursue studies at the General Theological Seminary and was later ordained a priest in the Episcopal Church. From 1894 to 1925 he was also an instructor and later a professor in the Oriental Department at Columbia University. The Death of a Nation combines a short historical account of the Assyrians and the Church of the East with a moving account of the tragedy and suffering they endured at the onset of World War I.< Less
Final Destiny: The Tragedy of Jewish Persecution By Dr. Robert Mawire
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Final Destiny: The Tragedy of Jewish Persecution by Dr. Robert Mawire
Final Destiny: The Tragedy of Jewish Persecution By Dr. Robert Mawire
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Final Destiny: The Tragedy of Jewish Persecution by Dr. Robert Mawire
Persecution and the Passion: A Study in the Apostolic Fathers By Jonathan Bayes
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In this book Jonathan Bayes takes us on a journey through the various reflections on the persecution of Christians and the Passion of Jesus Christ found amongst the Apostolic Fathers, the first... More > generation of Christian writers after New Testament times. He studies eight books: The Epistle of Barnabas, The First Epistle of Clement of Rome, 2 Clement, The Didache, The Shpeherd of Hermas, the Letters of Ignatius, Polycarp to the Philippians, and the Martyrdom of Polycarp. He demonstrates how the different writers focus their reflections on persecution differently, around past persecution, future persecution, present persecution, or merely theoretically. He brings out the teaching of these writers on the sufferings of Jesus Christ, and discusses their relationship to the later patristic theological axiom of the impassibility of God.< Less
The Baqubah Refugee Camp: An Account of Work on Behalf of the Persecuted Assyrian Christians By H. H. Austin
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The Baqubah Refugee Camp: An Account of Work on Behalf of the Persecuted Assyrian Christians is a first hand account of the establishment of the refugge camp that was built in Mesopotamia (now Iraq)... More > to house the Assyrians and Armenians following the exodus from their homelands in Turkey and Persia in World War I.< Less
Volume 2927, History of cartography --- History of Christian thought on persecution and tolerance By Print Wikipedia
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Volume 2927, History of cartography---History of Christian thought on persecution and tolerance Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge... More > and a poetic gesture towards the inhuman scale of big data. Michael Mandberg wrote software that parses the entirety of the English-language Wikipedia database and programmatically lays out nearly 7500 volumes, complete with covers, and then uploads them to Lulu.com for print-on-demand. Print Wikipedia draws attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. It is also a work of found poetry built on what is likely the largest appropriation ever made. As we become increasingly more dependent on information and source material on the Internet today, Mandiberg explores the accessibility of its vastness.< Less
Christians & Money By JUI MING CHANG
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Introducing...Christians & Money ...... "A Biblically-Based Guide For You and Your Family!"
A History of American Christianity By Leonard Woolsey Bacon
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The heroic discovery of America, at the close of the fifteenth century after Christ, has compelled the generous and just admiration of the world; but the grandeur of human enterprise and achievement... More > in the discovery of the western hemisphere has a less claim on our admiration than that divine wisdom and controlling providence which, for reasons now manifested, kept the secret hidden through so many millenniums, in spite of continual chances of disclosure, until the fullness of time.< Less
The Judeo-Christian Fiction By Gershon Winkler
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A no-holds-barred exploration of the tragic history of the persecution of Jews and the suppression of Judaism by a world culture influenced by anti-Jewish diatribes spread first by Christianity and... More > adopted later by Islam. The book demonstrates the roots of anti-Judaism in both Christianity and Islam, replete with endnotes and source material supported not only by the author himself but also by Christian theologians unafraid to reveal truths long-buried by most. The book sets straight numerous misconceptions about Judaism in general, its creed and ideology, as well as the sorely-twisted history of Jews and Judaism in the era of Jesus, and of Jesus himself, a history that has resulted in tragic consequences for Jews and other aboriginal peoples for the past two millennia. The book shatters the latter-day attempt to link Judaism and Christianity as being common theological and ideological allies, exposing and debunking the Judeo-Christian fiction.< Less