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  • 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 ...


  • Power to the Papal

    Exposing Public Enemy #1, the Red Diamond, and ChurchX by

    Deception is the greatest crisis facing the world. Few believed the 911 Commission’s official report, choosing instead to believe in a controlled demolition of the World Trade Center. Likewise, many believe an invisible global government is ...


  • Mennonite Ethics

    From Isolation to Engagement by

    J. Lawrence Burkholder was a sectarian realist who advocated nonviolent activism in order to engage the faith community with the power structures that guide society and politics. He encouraged the Mennonite church to move beyond its tradition of ...


  • Out of the Depths

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    When Evangelist Edward Charles Murrell asked a young man if he were saved, the man said he was thinking about it, but two questions were bothering him: Where did the dinosaurs come from, and where did Cain get his wife? Over the next 30 years, ...


  • The Real Deal: Making the Case for the One True God

    Implications for Radical Islam and the Global Church by

    This book explains differences between the content of the Bible and the Qur’an and between the God of the Bible and Allah of the Quran. The resulting identity of Allah serves as a wake-up call for many Christians, especially for those who think that ...


  • First Adam

    Divine Design by

    And God said, "Let us make man in our image, after our likeness." A very familiar passage that embodies so much significance: what did the image of God LOOK like in every day life? How did first Adam embody the likeness of such a vast spiritual ...


  • What I Want to Know

    The Forgotten Evidence for Meaning and Hope by

    Christianity began on the margins of the Roman Empire, and is the foundation of Western Civilization. Christianity in the West has provided meaning and hope, social cohesion, a shared world view, and a narrative that makes sense of the world. It has ...


  • Joseph the Messianic Father of Jesus

    A Research Companion by

    Despite being the Messianic Father of Jesus Christ, St. Joseph is neglected in Christology and in all Marian dogmas. These biblical, theological, liturgical and devotional reflections on Joseph and Mary’s virginal marriage and their parenthood of ...


  • Hot Tub Spaceship

    Irradiated Thoughts on God, Life, and $#*! like that by

    This is the story of a guy trying to find his way through some tough years, one page at a time. These are the irradiated thoughts of a doubter trying to find some humour and meaning in the midst of a health crisis, a spiritual crisis, and an ...


  • Searching the Scriptures

    As in Acts 17:11 by

    Is it true that a born-again Christian can never be lost? Do the scriptures teach that we should forgive all sinners? What is the one thing Christians must do to ensure they will not be punished on Judgment Day? Searching the Scriptures as in Acts ...