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Come Out of Her My People: Persecution Begins By C. W. Steinle
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The Christian Church of America is under attack. The explosive tinderbox of hatred towards Christians by the immoral majority is beginning to ignite. And the persecution of the saints is the final... More > prophecy that will substantiate the assumption that America is the Great Harlot of Revelation. This 2013 Edition includes the complete Fourth Edition of "Come Out of Her My People", as well as "The Last Enemy of Christ: Paul's Chronology of Christ's Return". "Persecution Begins" provides reasonable evidence that America will soon come under God's judgment. But first she must establish a reputation for persecution. The real opposing forces in America are not the Democrats and the Republicans, the conservatives and the liberals, nor are they the elite and the ninety-nine percenters. The battle is between those who fear the Lord and those who do not. America has been taken captive by sin and will endorse any government that promises the people the 'right' to keep sinning. "Persecution Begins" tells it like it is.< Less
Come Out of Her My People: Persecution Begins - Expanded Edition By C. W. Steinle
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The Christian Church of America is under attack. The explosive tinderbox of hatred towards Christians by the immoral majority is beginning to ignite. The persecution of the saints is the final... More > prophecy that will verify the assumption that America is the Great Harlot of Revelation. This edition includes the complete Fourth Edition of "Come Out of Her My People", as well as "The Last Enemy of Christ: Paul's Chronology of Christ's Return". "Persecution Begins" provides reasonable evidence that America will soon come under God's judgment. But first she must establish a reputation as the most anti-Christian nation in all of history. The media voices that have led the public to despise Christianity will continue to anger the ungodly citizens until they react in violence. Every American Christian needs to be informed and prepared for the fiery trial ahead. This Expanded Edition includes C.W. Steinle's spiritual autobiography "Words that Split the Rocks".< Less
Motherland: Notes of a Persecuted Director: A Memoir about Jewish Life in the Soviet Union By Natan Gimelfarb
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This autobiography walks you through the life of Natan Gimelfarb from birth at a small Jewish village in Ukraine to unusual career success to Soviet persecution triggered by antisemitism to eventual... More > emigration to the United States. You get a unique insight into Russian and Jewish life as you step through childhood, the Great Famine, the Great Purge, World War II, university years, work and family life, and everyday joys and challenges. Part I covers Natan's life through hunger and war until graduation from the university. Part II covers his career and fight with Soviet authorities.< Less
Motherland: Notes of a Persecuted Director: A Memoir about Jewish Life in the Soviet Union By Natan Gimelfarb
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This autobiography walks you through the life of Natan Gimelfarb from birth at a small Jewish village in Ukraine to unusual career success to Soviet persecution triggered by antisemitism to eventual... More > emigration to the United States. You get a unique insight into Russian and Jewish life as you step through childhood, the Great Famine, the Great Purge, World War II, university years, work and family life, and everyday joys and challenges. Part I covers Natan's life through hunger and war until graduation from the university. Part II covers his career and fight with Soviet authorities.< Less
The Sea Wolves 1795 – 1810 - The Great Game By Eugene M.A. Baikoff
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In the final instalment in the story of Yves de Kergouat, he moves his family and business to Goa to avoid persecution as aristocracy, by the French Revolutionaries. His daughter, Andréa, sets... More > up a school for spies to help their friends in Mangalore, and she becomes entwined in intrigues with the British.< Less
The Great Mystery or How Can Three be One? By Rabbi Tzvi Nassi
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This momentous volume was originally published by Rabbi Tzivi Nassi (Hirsch Prinz) nearly a century and a half ago in 1863. Rabbi Tzivi Nassi was born in Breslau, Silesia (in present day Poland), on... More > August 11, 1800, the youngest of six children he was the son of an Orthodox Rabbi. Though orphaned at the age of fourteen, he chose to follow in his father’s footsteps becoming an Orthodox Rabbi. In 1824 he published Predigten fur fromme Israeliten (“Sermons for Pious Israelites”). At about this same time he came to the conclusion that Yeshua was the Messiah and began teaching from the “New Testament” to his congregation. He soon found himself subject to much persecution. He eventually left the synagogue, and having nowhere else to go, he went over to Christianity and became a Lecturer in Hebrew at Oxford University. This edition includes a forward and appendix by James Scott Trimm< Less
The Great Mystery or How Can Three be One? By Rabbi Tzvi Nassi
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This momentous volume was originally published by Rabbi Tzivi Nassi (Hirsch Prinz) nearly a century and a half ago in 1863. Rabbi Tzivi Nassi was born in Breslau, Silesia (in present day Poland), on... More > August 11, 1800, the youngest of six children he was the son of an Orthodox Rabbi. Though orphaned at the age of fourteen, he chose to follow in his father’s footsteps becoming an Orthodox Rabbi. In 1824 he published Predigten fur fromme Israeliten (“Sermons for Pious Israelites”). At about this same time he came to the conclusion that Yeshua was the Messiah and began teaching from the “New Testament” to his congregation. He soon found himself subject to much persecution. He eventually left the synagogue, and having nowhere else to go, he went over to Christianity and became a Lecturer in Hebrew at Oxford University. This edition includes a forward and appendix by James Scott Trimm< Less
The Great Mystery or How Can Three be One? By Rabbi Tzvi Nassi
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This momentous volume was originally published by Rabbi Tzivi Nassi (Hirsch Prinz) nearly a century and a half ago in 1863. Rabbi Tzivi Nassi was born in Breslau, Silesia (in present day Poland), on... More > August 11, 1800, the youngest of six children he was the son of an Orthodox Rabbi. Though orphaned at the age of fourteen, he chose to follow in his father’s footsteps becoming an Orthodox Rabbi. In 1824 he published Predigten fur fromme Israeliten (“Sermons for Pious Israelites”). At about this same time he came to the conclusion that Yeshua was the Messiah and began teaching from the “New Testament” to his congregation. He soon found himself subject to much persecution. He eventually left the synagogue, and having nowhere else to go, he went over to Christianity and became a Lecturer in Hebrew at Oxford University. This edition includes a forward and appendix by James Scott Trimm< Less
Ante-Nicene Fathers Volume 6: Gregory Thaumaturgus, Dionysius the Great, Julius Africanus, Anatolius and Minor Writers, Methodius, Arnobius By Sir James Donaldson, Alexander Roberts, Arthur Cleveland Coxe
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In this volume a mass of fragmentary material has been reduced to method, and so harmonized as to present an integral result. The student has before him, therefore, (1) a view of the Christian Church... More > emerging from the ten persecutions; (2) a survey of its condition on the eve of that great event, the (nominal) conversion of the empire; (3) an introduction to the era of Athanasius; and (4) a history of events that led to the calling of the first Catholic council at Nicæa.< Less
William Clayton's Journal : A Daily Record of the Journey of the Original Company of Mormon Pioneers from Nauvoo, Illinois, to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake (Illustrated) By William Clayton
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“William Clayton was born July 17, 1814, in the village of Charock Moss, Township of Penwortham, County Palatine of Lancaster, England. He was the son of Thomas and Ann Critchley Clayton, who... More > were born in Lancashire, England. William was the eldest of fourteen children. Three of these children died in infancy and were buried in England. Through the influence of the eldest son, the father, mother and surviving children joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and came to America. The mother died in Nauvoo, Illinois, July 15, 1848, and the father in St. Louis, Missouri, June 16, 1849. A brother James died in Winter Quarters, November 28, 1847. The remainder of his brothers and sisters survived the persecutions of mobs and the early privations of the Church and came to the valley of the Great Salt Lake with the pioneers of Utah.”< Less