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Assyrian Printing in the USA (1914-1943): Paul S. Newey: Volume II By Paul S. Newey
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Paul S. Newey (1885-1960) immigrated to the United States in 1906, received a B.D. degree in 1913 from the Chicago Theological Seminary and founded the Assyrian Congregational Church in Chicago in... More > 1919 which he served until his passing in 1960. Between 1915 and 1921 he was the editor and publisher of the Assyrian American Herald, the first Assyrian newspaper in the United States. The Herald press also produced a number of smaller works over the years. This volume contains four of these: an elementary reading book, a pamphlet about the Tiglath Pileser Society of New Britian, a hymnal edited by Newey and the by-lays of the Gugtapeh Society of Chicago. This volume is part of a series that aims at preserving Assyrian literature printed in the United States during the era of letterpress. It was inspired by the bibliographic research of J. F. Coakley who has provided the introduction to the volume.< Less
Classic Catholic Biblical Apologetics: 1525-1925 By Dave Armstrong
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The present volume came about as a result of my love of both biblical apologetics in defense of the Catholic faith, and compilations of great historical Catholic quotations and arguments. All in... More > all, I shall cite twelve classic Catholic authors, and categorize the arguments or biblical commentary in order of the biblical books. Only excerpts that utilize directly biblical argumentation will be used. Multiple topics often appear under one Bible passage, and the Index of Topics at the end (69 total) is very handy to locate various subjects. 228 biblical passages are featured (including 50 from the Old Testament). I hope and pray that readers will enjoy discovering and learning from this wonderful treasure-trove of historic Catholic apologetics, as much as I enjoyed locating these precious gems and compiling them in some kind of accessible order. DAVE ARMSTRONG (b. 1958) is a full-time Catholic apologist, webmaster, and author of 36 books.< Less
Classic Catholic Biblical Apologetics: 1525-1925 By Dave Armstrong
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The present volume came about as a result of my love of both biblical apologetics in defense of the Catholic faith, and compilations of great historical Catholic quotations and arguments. All in all,... More > I shall cite twelve classic Catholic authors, and categorize the arguments or biblical commentary in order of the biblical books. Only excerpts that utilize directly biblical argumentation will be used. Multiple topics often appear under one Bible passage, and the Index of Topics at the end (69 total) is very handy to locate various subjects. 228 biblical passages are featured (including 50 from the Old Testament). I hope and pray that readers will enjoy discovering and learning from this wonderful treasure-trove of historic Catholic apologetics, as much as I enjoyed locating these precious gems and compiling them in some kind of accessible order. DAVE ARMSTRONG (b. 1958) is a full-time Catholic apologist, author of 28 books, and webmaster ("Biblical Evidence for Catholicism").< Less
Origin Myth of Me: Reflections of Our Origins Creation of the Lulu By S. J. Toole
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An Exploration of Ancient Myths and the meaning they hold in the modern world. These ancient mythologies that may seem dusty and worn out, can become new and offer us keys to unlocking the hidden... More > doors of our own unique belief systems of today. It is so wonderful to find ancient myths that agree with our existing world view. Visiting the epic literatures of ancient times which seem peculiar and exotic, inform our personal hero’s journey with an infusion of ideas that seem strange and new. Experiencing myths that contain; Giants and Genies – Fairies and Elves, is the stuff of children’s bedtime stories. The great archetypes which thrilled us in our youth, emerge throughout the ancient historic record. It is even more wonderful to experience beliefs considered to be fictions, which turn out to be fact. Because as the years wear on, and we become wiser, it is so often repeated “that fact is indeed stranger than fiction”. Enjoy these fantastic Epic Myths, May they affirm your own unique views.< Less
Suffering and God's Redemptive Love By Parrish W. Jones
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"Suffering and God's Redemptive Love" resulted from conversations Dr. Jones had with his wife during her final painful days of dying from cancer. Through the Bible, they were able to find... More > redemption in the midst of the suffering. Jones emphasizes the Jewish-Christian theme of Immanuel—God with us—the Christian theme of incarnation. Jones brings out the grand narratives of the biblical literature focusing on personal suffering and God's engagement with us in our suffering to deal with: the common conceptions of why people suffer; how Job shatters those views; the way in which God comes to us, suffers with us, suffers for us, and takes us beyond suffering. The final chapter deals with God's Redemptive Love and Ministry to the Suffering seeking to give practical application of the themes of the book. Jones added an Epilogue dealing with suffering communities based on his engagement with persons living in extreme poverty in Mexico and Colombia growing out of the testimonies of the people.< Less
Suffering and God's Redemptive Love By Parrish W. Jones
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"Suffering and God's Redemptive Love" resulted from conversations Dr. Jones had with his wife during her final painful days of dying from cancer. Through the Bible, they were able to find... More > redemption in the midst of the suffering. Jones emphasizes the Jewish-Christian theme of Immanuel—God with us—the Christian theme of incarnation. Jones brings out the grand narratives of the biblical literature focusing on personal suffering and God's engagement with us in our suffering to deal with: the common conceptions of why people suffer; how Job shatters those views; the way in which God comes to us, suffers with us, suffers for us, and takes us beyond suffering. The final chapter deals with God's Redemptive Love and Ministry to the Suffering seeking to give practical application of the themes of the book. Jones added an Epilogue dealing with suffering communities based on his engagement with persons living in extreme poverty in Mexico and Colombia growing out of the testimonies of the people.< Less
The Apocalepticon By Greg Castle
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The Apocalepticon, a modern neo-classical epic poem, covering an encyclopedic range of subject matter, historical themes, philosophical schools and theological traditions – A work conceived... More > over three decades, in a culmination of poetical language, that gives a new and original voice to the Western Epic Tradition.< Less
The Flower of Nazareth By Phillip Guerena
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Rose Anderson is a twenty-five-year-old young lady who happens to be one of the few female students at the Peter and Paul Theological Seminary of Cincinnati. One day she has a talk with one of her... More > professors about the humanity of Jesus. She thinks that Jesus could have romantic feelings for a girl, but the professor, Dr. Michael James, disagrees. After speaking to the professor, Rose continues to think about the human aspect of the life of Jesus throughout the day. When she sleeps that evening, her dreams take her back to the time of Jesus where she is, in her mind, a close friend to the one she knows as her Savior and Lord.< Less
The Reformation's Light By Dr. C. Matthew McMahon & Therese B. McMahon
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The writings of the Reformers themselves hold the marrow and the blessing of the Reformation. In this little volume are a series of encouraging writings written by four Reformation giants-Beza,... More > Latimer, Calvin and Knox-theological powerhouses that have lifted their pens time after time so that you, the reader, may be able to glean something important from God's mouth. These able men have penned some of the most important literature ever written, and contained herein are some of the most heavenly pieces they have given to exhort you to a higher understanding of Jesus Christ, His Church, His discipline, and His salvation.< Less
Doxology By C.J.S. Hayward
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This book is a paean of the glory of God: a doxology, containing many of C.J.S. Hayward's recent works of Eastern Orthodox Christian theology. The works are varied, but illuminated by common themes,... More > chief among them the Sermon on the Mount and the Bible and Philokalia and their practical and poignant in spirituality in hard times and global economic (and political) crisis. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: C.J.S. (Jonathan) Hayward wears many hats: author, philosopher, theologian, artist, poet, wayfarer, philologist, inventor, web guru, teacher. He is an Eastern Orthodox Christian, has lived in the U.S., Malaysia, England, and France, and holds master's degrees bridging math and computers (UIUC), and philosophy and theology (Cambridge). He has websites at JonathansCorner.com and CJSHayward.com.< Less

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