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  • 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 ...


  • Wandering the Wilderness

    A Guide for Weary Wanderers and Searching Skeptics by

    Wandering the Wilderness is a guidebook for individuals who are unsure of their path or are questioning the trails they were taught in the past. Author Ray Friesen is a former pastor and at the same time a life long “believing skeptic.” He’s an ...


  • Revelation

    Unlocked Mysteries of Twelve Great Visions by the Apostle John by

    Undeniably, every religion’s perspective of events on earth has spiritual origins. The Bible’s book of Revelation is unique in that it represents every person—past, present, and future. History cannot be fully understood without acknowledging the ...


  • Walking In Revelation

    Identifying Black People in Biblical History by

    “Do you know who you are?” In Walking in Revelation, author J. Davidson-Elliott seeks to illuminate the real children of Abraham to the world. The true Hebrews are not currently living in Israel but have been spread across the four corners of the ...


  • John's Revelation

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    John’s Revelation is a novel about two young people who crave earnestly to understand the prophecies in the Bible. They hope that it will reveal what’s in store for us humans on earth. They accept the challenge and the danger that brings in trying ...


  • Reading the Bible in the 21st Century

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    "Reading the Bible in the 21st Century" (RTB) is meant for readers who are prepared to read the Bible with 21st-century acuity. In order to understand Abraham, Moses, Jonah, Jesus and the many other familiar biblical figures, you have to be able to ...