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  • The Road of Discovery

    by

    Do you have the courage to seek within yourself? Some are born feeling contented, not needing, wanting, or realizing what lies dormant inside of them. Seeker was not that individual. While leading a tranquil life with his young wife and a child on ...


  • But of that Day and Hour

    The Olivet Discourse; a prediction of the end of time, or end of the Jewish temple system? by

    This book is written from a fuflilled perspective and a preterist view. The book presents a consistent argument that unifies the Olivet Discourse into one great subject and one great fulfillment. Since Jesus and His apostles were all Hebrews who ...


  • One Way, One Truth, One Life

    The truth is stranger than fiction by

    With so many doctrines in the Christian world today, finding the truth can be daunting. In this collection of personal meditations on several biblical doctrines, Lorne W.P. Vanderwoude seeks to reveal key themes shared by different doctrines, and in ...


  • Man Made Beliefs of the Roman Catholic Religion

    Their Connection To Revelation 17 by

    Are you religious? Do you believe that by following a set of rules, you will gain access to heaven? Are you Roman Catholic? If you answered yes to any of those questions, you need to read this book! The Roman Catholic Church has created many ...


  • Idea Gods

    A Biography by

    Child is always getting in trouble for questioning the word of God. But are those words really God’s? Or are they merely a distorted and vulnerable version, changed to fit the wants of humans? Idea Gods is part manifesto, dissecting the reasons ...


  • The Story of Job and Job in a Cheviot Plaid

    A Translation of the Book of Job and a Poetic Rendition in the Scots Language by

    The book is in two parts. The first part, the Story of Job, is a translation and arrangement of the Book of Job extracted from the academic commentary on the Book previously published by Professor Gray. The second part, Job in a Cheviot Plaid, is a ...


  • Science and the Genesis Account of Creation

    From the Big Bang to the End Times by

    I read statistics that over 80% of Christians lose their faith while attending public school and University. Children brought up in a Christian home are 45% less likely to turn to crime, than those in non-Christian homes. It really made me wonder. I ...


  • All About Eden

    The Genesis of Sex by

    It wasn’t Eve’s fault. All About Eden: The Genesis of Sex is an intriguing exploration of the Garden of Eden story from a new perspective: Eve is not responsible for the sin of the world. Detailed reinterpretation of a key Hebrew word in Genesis 1–3 ...


  • Faith without Fear

    Scripture straight up, with spiritual nudges, common sense, and other good stuff (not for fundamentalists) by

    Ever felt bitten by a fundamentalist? Or had your biblical understanding discounted by a conservative? Or the validity of your beliefs questioned by a zealous evangelical? If you have, then you will find Faith without Fear absolutely therapeutic, ...


  • God on the Job

    God's Probe in Job by

    Why do bad things happen to good people? Furthermore, why does God allow, or even seem to orchestrate those bad things? This book is about this ages old, troubling question. It is about God and us. Job, who God says is blameless and upright, is ...