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Codex Sinaiticus: The H. T. Anderson New Testament By H. T. Anderson
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Anderson's famous yet rare English translation (1866) of the 3rd to 4th century Codex Sinaiticus Greek New Testament, thought by scholars to be the earliest complete New Testament in existence. THIS... More > IS NOT A SCANNED OR FACSIMILE EDITION. It is published in easy-to-read Georgia font with 2 points between verses with Anderson's original notes. Also find public domain versions of the last three books of the Sinaiticus: the Epistle of Barnabas, Shepherd of Hermas, and the Teaching of the Twelve (aka Didache). Finally, we add the Sonnini Manuscript (Acts 29, "Paul in Britain"). Please check out my new translations of "Barnabas," "Didache," and "The Odes of Solomon" at Apostolia.us.< Less
Codex Sinaiticus: The H. T. Anderson New Testament By H. T. Anderson
eBook (PDF): $19.95
Anderson's famous yet rare English translation (1866) of the 3rd to 4th century Codex Sinaiticus Greek New Testament, thought by scholars to be the earliest complete New Testament in existence. THIS... More > IS NOT A SCANNED OR FACSIMILE EDITION. It is published in easy-to-read Georgia font with 2 points between verses with Anderson's original notes. Also find public domain versions of the last three books of the Sinaiticus: the Epistle of Barnabas, Shepherd of Hermas, and the Teaching of the Twelve (aka Didache). Finally, we add the Sonnini Manuscript (Acts 29, "Paul in Britain"). Please check out my new translations of "Barnabas," "Didache," and "The Odes of Solomon" at Apostolia.us.< Less
Codex Sinaiticus: The H. T. Anderson New Testament By H. T. Anderson
eBook (PDF): $15.89
NEW HARDCOVER. Anderson's famous yet very rare English translation (1866) of the 3rd to 4th century Sinaiticus Greek New Testament, thought by scholars to be the earliest complete New Testament... More > manuscript in existence. THIS IS NOT A SCANNED COPY. This is a first edition of the text published in easy-to-read Georgia font with 2 points between verses. My publication also includes public domain versions of the last books of the Sinaiticus; that is, Epistle of Barnabas and Shepherd of Hermas. I also included the Didache, or Teaching of the Twelve, since it has such affinity with Barnabas. Please check out my new translation of Barnabas from the Sinaitic Greek.< Less
Codex Sinaiticus: The H. T. Anderson New Testament By H. T. Anderson
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NEW HARDCOVER. Anderson's famous yet very rare English translation (1866) of the 3rd to 4th century Sinaiticus Greek New Testament, thought by scholars to be the earliest complete New Testament... More > manuscript in existence. THIS IS NOT A SCANNED COPY. This is a first edition of the text published in easy-to-read Georgia font with 2 points between verses. My publication also includes public domain versions of the last books of the Sinaiticus; that is, Epistle of Barnabas and Shepherd of Hermas. I also included the Didache, or Teaching of the Twelve, since it has such affinity with Barnabas. Please check out my new translation of Barnabas from the Sinaitic Greek.< Less
The Ruta 40 Club By Janet H. Anderson
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Traveling has become a way of life and writing about it part of the journey. Poetry has always been a part of Janet's travel writing, and now she presents to us a book devoted to her poetry. These... More > poems about travel and the places of the world will take you to Asia, India, Scandinavia, to Siberia, china and across South America. Experience a Bolivian bus ride, a star arcade in Nepal, the 41st day in India. Watch a man dance the Egyptian and a woman sing of peanuts. Many of these poems are portraits in words of people in distant places glimpsed in a moment. They are witty, fun and full of imagery. She invites you to pull up a chair and join the Ruta 40 Club.< Less
The Ruta 40 Club By Janet H. Anderson
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Traveling has become a way of life and writing about it part of the journey. Poetry has always been a part of Janet's travel writing, and now she presents to us a book devoted to her poetry. These... More > poems about travel and the places of the world will take you to Asia, India, Scandinavia, to Siberia, china and across South America. Experience a Bolivian bus ride, a star arcade in Nepal, the 41st day in India. Watch a man dance the Egyptian and a woman sing of peanuts. Many of these poems are portraits in words of people in distant places glimpsed in a moment. They are witty, fun and full of imagery. She invites you to pull up a chair and join the Ruta 40 Club.< Less
A Good Talewind By Janet H. Anderson
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Come experience a trip through South America. These adventure stories will take you through Argentina, Patagonia, Chile and Uruguay. You'll find funny stories and interesting stories and stories that... More > might make you wonder why you're not out there traveling too.< Less
A Good Talewind By Janet H. Anderson
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Come experience a trip through South America. These adventure stories will take you through Argentina, Patagonia, Chile and Uruguay. You'll find funny stories and interesting stories and stories that... More > might make you wonder why you're not out there traveling too.< Less
Park Not Vets!! By Miss H Anderson
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This little dog doesn't want a vets visit but thats just where he is going! What will happen on his visit? Find out in this short story, Park Not Vets.
Rice and Beans By Janet H. Anderson
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Crazy adventures in Central America from the author that brought you the "Trip Around the Sun" series of books. Here she brings more tales of adventure, this time in Panama, Costa Rica and... More > Nicaragua. She ponders whether to stay on the bus when a blind man takes the driver's seat, and whether coming to the wild west town in the Nicaraguan mountains really was a good idea after all. Should she be worried that Panama's roads are being shut down or that she's stuck on a Caribbean island? The motor on the only boat that can get her back to the mainland has just conked out. The island of Ometepe, the San Juan River, pit vipers, howler monkeys, muddy trails and shoes full of ants await you. Grab a bowl of Rice & Beans and dig in.< Less