History of Religions

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By: Jack Countryman

This one-of-a-kind Christmas booklet will take readers on a voyage as they explore God’s promises for Christmas—from Genesis throughout eternity—that the Savior, Jesus, would come and that He will be with us forever. More than a simple retelling ...

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By: Jack Countryman

Paints the picture of God’s promises for Christmas—from the beginning of time and to all of eternity.  Go on a journey . . . from the promise of the Messiah given to us in the Old Testament . . . to the promise of Jesus’ birth in the New Test...

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By: Dr. Joel M. Hoffman

The Bible Doesn't Say That explores what the Bible meant before it was misinterpreted over the past 2,000 years. Acclaimed translator and biblical scholar Dr. Joel M. Hoffman walks the reader through dozens of mistranslations, misconceptions, and...

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By: George Herring

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By: P. D. Ouspensky

Foremost occultist of early 20th century offers stimulating, thought-provoking discussions of relativity, the fourth dimension, Christian symbolism, the tarot, yoga, dreams and more. Introduction.

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By: Steven Leonard Strong, Evan William Strong

It has often been said that humanity’s history is a fabrication, littered with lies and omissions, but this has never been conclusively proven, until now. What has been recently found in Australia is unequivocal in rewriting convenient versi...

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By: David Aers

The essay form that Aers has chosen for his book contributes to the effectiveness of the argument he develops in tandem with the structure of Langland's poem: he sustains and tests his argument in a series of steps or "passus," a Langlandian mode ...

1865822

By: Harry Emerson Fosdick

This vintage book contains Harry Emerson Fosdick's 1922 collection of lectures, "Christianity And Progress". In these lectures, Fosdick guides the reader from the past to the present through the ideas, doctrines, and creeds of Judaism and Christia...

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By: John Dickson

The Ten Commandments are perhaps some of the most well-known and vexed verses of the whole Bible. They have found their way into our art, monuments, literature, and culture—even into Richard Dawkins famed “Ten Atheist Commandments.&rdq...

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By: Thomas A. Fudge

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