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Among the Ruins of the Kingdom By Douglas Hatten
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The Kingdom of Mélekh is now a forgotten dream, little more than ancient ruins and a note in history. The world of men is once more divided, while a sinister threat grows in the desolate lands... More > to the north. Zidek, the immortal prophet who set the Crown of Ancients upon King Mélekh’s brow a thousand years ago, has taken interest in a young farm boy named Chayim. Acting on a prophecy regarding a coming hero destined to destroy the liche-sorcerer, Tsar-Echthros, and prepare the way for Mélekh’s return, Zidek takes the boy under his wing. Together, they set out on a quest to locate Mélekh’s ancient sword and armor, which the king long ago divided among his knights for safe keeping. If Chayim is to survive the coming battle and save the world from despairing darkness, he will not only have to accept his calling, but learn how to tap into the very power that brought about the creation of the world.< Less
Among the Ruins of the Kingdom By Douglas Hatten
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The Kingdom of Mélekh is now a forgotten dream, little more than ancient ruins and a note in history. The world of men is once more divided, while a sinister threat grows in the desolate lands... More > to the north. Zidek, the immortal prophet who set the Crown of Ancients upon King Mélekh’s brow a thousand years ago, has taken interest in a young farm boy named Chayim. Acting on a prophecy regarding a coming hero destined to destroy the liche-sorcerer, Tsar-Echthros, and prepare the way for Mélekh’s return, Zidek takes the boy under his wing. Together, they set out on a quest to locate Mélekh’s ancient sword and armor, which the king long ago divided among his knights for safe keeping. If Chayim is to survive the coming battle and save the world from despairing darkness, he will not only have to accept his calling, but learn how to tap into the very power that brought about the creation of the world.< Less
The Vexing Companion By Douglas Hatten
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Gavin and Sarah were to be the Adam and Eve of a new world, that is, until Gavin found his wife dead in their garden. Now isolated on an alien moon with no way of returning to Earth, Gavin intended... More > to kill the monster that had murdered her. The problem was…the creature looked exactly like his departed wife.< Less
The Vexing Companion By Douglas Hatten
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Gavin and Sarah were to be the Adam and Eve of a new world, that is, until Gavin found his wife dead in their garden. Now isolated on an alien moon with no way of returning to Earth, Gavin intended... More > to kill the monster that had murdered her. The problem was…the creature looked exactly like his departed wife.< Less
The Founding of a Nation and the Lies Christians Believe By Douglas Hatten
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When politicians speak about what the Founding Fathers intended it is often a distortion or a complete fabrication. I find this appalling. After all, it’s not as if the founding of this country... More > predated recorded history. The purpose of this book isn’t to tear down religion or the principles upon which this nation was built, but rather to build up and liberate both of them from the misperceptions, distortions, and outright lies we have been told over the years. Jesus was quoted as saying that the truth will set a person free. This book will give you the opportunity to go beyond the opinions of pastors, politicians, and relatives gathered at Thanksgiving, and listen instead to the Founding Fathers themselves. After all, they have left us a considerable record expressing their thoughts, hopes, ideas, and intended purposes—found in numerous historical documents, personal letters, and speeches, if only we will avail ourselves of it.< Less
The Founding of a Nation and the Lies Christians Believe By Douglas Hatten
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When politicians speak about what the Founding Fathers intended it is often a distortion or a complete fabrication. I find this appalling. After all, it’s not as if the founding of this country... More > predated recorded history. The purpose of this book isn’t to tear down religion or the principles upon which this nation was built, but rather to build up and liberate both of them from the misperceptions, distortions, and outright lies we have been told over the years. Jesus was quoted as saying that the truth will set a person free. This book will give you the opportunity to go beyond the opinions of pastors, politicians, and relatives gathered at Thanksgiving, and listen instead to the Founding Fathers themselves. After all, they have left us a considerable record expressing their thoughts, hopes, ideas, and intended purposes—found in numerous historical documents, personal letters, and speeches, if only we will avail ourselves of it.< Less
The Recognitions of Clement By Douglas Hatten
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Recognitions is a captivating text dating back to the early Christian church and referenced by early church fathers Origen and Eusebius. The narrative is addressed to James the Just, the Bishop of... More > Jerusalem, and is recorded by one Clement, a Greek, who chronicles a series of discourses by the apostle Peter, which he is witness to while accompanying Peter in his travels. Clement begins his account by detailing his own religious search before hearing of Christ. While in Rome, Clement hears the preaching of Barnabas who testifies of the miracles and teachings of Jesus. Clement, being moved by the words of Barnabas, defends him from a mob and ends up following after him to Palestine where he meets up with Peter. A large portion of the text is devoted to an intriguing disputation between Peter and Simon the Sorcerer before an audience of onlookers. Peter invites Clement to accompany him in his travels from city to city, creating an opportunity for Clement to be instructed more perfectly concerning the faith.< Less
The Recognitions of Clement By Douglas Hatten
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Recognitions is a captivating text dating back to the early Christian church and referenced by early church fathers Origen and Eusebius. The narrative is addressed to James the Just, the Bishop of... More > Jerusalem, and is recorded by one Clement, a Greek, who chronicles a series of discourses by the apostle Peter, which he is witness to while accompanying Peter in his travels. Clement begins his account by detailing his own religious search before hearing of Christ. While in Rome, Clement hears the preaching of Barnabas who testifies of the miracles and teachings of Jesus. Clement, being moved by the words of Barnabas, defends him from a mob and ends up following after him to Palestine where he meets up with Peter. A large portion of the text is devoted to an intriguing disputation between Peter and Simon the Sorcerer before an audience of onlookers. Peter invites Clement to accompany him in his travels from city to city, creating an opportunity for Clement to be instructed more perfectly concerning the faith.< Less
The Recognitions of Clement By Douglas Hatten
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Recognitions is a captivating text dating back to the early Christian church and referenced by early church fathers Origen and Eusebius. The narrative is addressed to James the Just, the Bishop of... More > Jerusalem, and is recorded by one Clement, a Greek, who chronicles a series of discourses by the apostle Peter, which he is witness to while accompanying Peter in his travels. Clement begins his account by detailing his own religious search before hearing of Christ. While in Rome, Clement hears the preaching of Barnabas who testifies of the miracles and teachings of Jesus. Clement, being moved by the words of Barnabas, defends him from a mob and ends up following after him to Palestine where he meets up with Peter. A large portion of the text is devoted to an intriguing disputation between Peter and Simon the Sorcerer before an audience of onlookers. Peter invites Clement to accompany him in his travels from city to city, creating an opportunity for Clement to be instructed more perfectly concerning the faith.< Less
That You May Not Be Deceived By Douglas Hatten
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We are warned that “…Evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse, deceiving, and being deceived." (2 Timothy 3:13) and “many false prophets shall arise, and shall deceive... More > many” with “great signs and wonders” (Mat 24:9 & Mark 13:25) This booklet is a scripture study on how people are deceived, or rather how they “allow themselves” to be deceived. It demonstrates that by following the counsels of God contained in our Scriptures you can avoid being deceived and also detect whether you are currently involved in a deception. The information in this study is not merely theoretical, but based upon my own real life experience. These are lessons I learned the hard way.< Less