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A Woman Rides the Beast

Many are amazed to discover in Revelation 17 that there is also another mysterious character at the heart of prophecy--a woman who ride the beast. Dave Hunt illumines this shadowy personage in this book, Woman Rides the Beast. Submitted by Ingram Book Distributors

Five English Reformers

There are certain facts in history which the world tries hard to forget and ignore. These facts get in the way of some of the world's favourite theories, and are highly inconvenient. The consequence is that the world shuts its eyes against them. They are either cut dead as vulgar intruders, or passed by as tiresome bores. Little by little they sink out of sight of the students of history, like ships in a distant horizon, or are left behind like a luggage train in a siding. Of such facts the subject of this paper is a vivid example:-" The Burning of our English Reformers; and the Reason why they were Burned."

From Sabbath to Sunday

From Sabbath to Sunday is a translation and an adaptation of my Italian doctoral dissertation, originally presented at and published by the Pontifical Gregorian University in 1977.
The investigation establishes that the change from Saturday to Sunday began approximately one century after the death of Christ, as a result of an interplay of political, social, pagan and Christian factors. The change in the day of rest and worship was not merely a change of names or of numbers, but rather a change of meaning, authority and experience. Essentially it was a change from a Holy Day into a holiday.

From Sabbath to Sunday has the distinction of being the first book written by a non-Catholic ever to be published by a Pontifical press with the Catholic imprimatur (approval). The book has already been reprinted fourteen times in English and has been translated in several other languages. Hundreds of scholars of different persuasions have praised this book as a definitive treatment of the early history of the Lords Day. I received a gold medal from Pope Paul VI for earning the academic distinction of summa cum laude in my research and school work at the Pontifical Gregorian University, in Rome, Italy. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

In God's Name: An Investigation into the Murder of Pope John Paul I

In God's Name has been at the top of the bestseller lists all over the world. It contains some of the most explosive and dramatic revelations ever published about the internal affairs of the Vatican.

The Interpreter's Dictionary of the Bible

I am a college senior and I used this book to research a large paper. I found this to be a very useful tool. I really like the way the books of the Bible are broken down into different sections. This makes it easy to understand. I also like the way that the book explains something and then gives the specific verse(s) in the Bible it deals with. I really found this to be an excellent and useful book. I looked at several different Bible dictionaries and this one is the best I have found. I highly recommend it. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition

A reader from KY United States

Judah's Sceptre and Joseph's Birthright

This book is the most valuable book I have besides my Bible. It will show you the scriptures like you never have seen them before. It was well written by an amazing Bible Scholar in 1900. Most books on this subject will refer to this book. All my family and friends are reading it now. Enjoy!

A reader from North Florida

Mammoth Book of British Kings and Queens

Now in paperback, the most complete record of Britain's kings and queens ever compiled.

In one compendious volume, The Mammoth Book of Kings & Queens offers the first royal biographical A-Z, its pages lavish in details on all the rulers of kingdoms within the British Isles, together with their wives or consorts, pretenders, usurpers, and regents. Monarchs from Queen Boadicea of the early Britons to Elizabeth II fill these pages, including various tribal and Saxon rulers prior to 1066, the semi-legendary figures of the Dark Ages, and all those who helped to forge the kingdom of Great Britain.

Author Mike Ashley presents in chronological order all the kings and queens of Britain as well as other powerful nobles and dignitaries; he includes, too, genealogies showing the family descent of all the leading royal families as a further bonus. His resulting superb and authoritative one-volume reference is now available in an affordably priced Trade Paper edition. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings

This book contains the story of the discovery of the first hard evidence that advanced peoples preceded all peoples now known to history. In one field, ancient sea charts, it appears that accurate information has been passed down from people to people.


This work explains in sequence, how the mystic religious system spread, and how it influenced the various elements and systems; set up as it spread, and produced a theology that is identifiable and distinctive.

We will see it spread east into India with the earliest civilisations there, and later emerge full-blown in the Aryan conquests. It moves north and west into Europe, and south into Egypt and Africa. The spread throughout Asia corrupts many religious systems. Its form, as Mysticism, is the vehicle by which it is transported everywhere.

Its aim is to release the individual from obedience to the One True God, and to enshrine a system that aspires to immortality through the existence of a soul. It seeks to purge that soul of the limitations imposed upon it by the fall from the heavens.

It seeks to restore itself to the heavens and to immortality on its own terms, free of obedience to, and by the grace of the God, understood from the pages of the Bible.

This system will almost destroy the world.

The Law of God: Volume 1

Sabbatarians in Transylvania

This work by Rabbi Samuel Kohn, the Chief Rabbi of Budapest writing in 1894 was published in Hungarian and German. It was never published in English. This English translation was undertaken for Christian Churches of God by Thomas McElwain and also Bonne Rook who was at the time a member of the Netherlands Conference of the Christian Churches of God.

Sabbatarians in Transylvania

Samaritan Documents Relating to Their History, Religion and Life (Pittsburgh Original Texts and Translations Series No. 2)

This book is a must buy! John Bowman was professor of Department of Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Melbourne, Australia. The book is a total of 370 pages long. It is divided into 5 chapters. It beginns with the Samaritan Bible as he calls it. Next is the translation of the Chronicles of the Samaritans which is had to find out side of this book. Chapter 3 is Biblical Commentraies of the Samaritans. Chapter 4 is Haggadic Midrash which is their beliefs. Five is the Halakah codes or rules including Marriage, circumcision etc. In the Epilgue at the end is four prayers translated from the Samaritan Liturgy. At the back is an index with an index of Biblical and post-biblical references. This book also has a short Bibliography. The author has given footnotes at the end of each section. This book you can not refuse to buy. It is well under priced for the information that it has. Buy it and enjoy!

Larry Rynearson from USA

The Ancient Near East (Volume I): An Anthology of Texts and Pictures

An anthology drawn from two magnificent and widely-praised volumes by the same author: Ancient Near Eastern Texts, "an indespensable treasure for all who intend to read the Old Testament in its Oriental context; (Union Seminary Review)" And, The Ancient Near East in Pictures, "a book of eloquent pictures...that makes a thrilling as well as an authentic contribution to bible scholarship and archeaology" (Christian Science Monitor).

The Ashes of Waco

The scene outside Waco, Texas, on February 28, 1993 - when dozens of federal law enforcement agents in full combat gear stormed the Branch Davidian compound - could have been cast in England before the Quakers and Pilgrims fled to America, or in the colonies at Salem, or in the new Republic during the nineteenth century, when descendants of the Quakers and Pilgrims turned their suspicions on the early Mormons. The elements that these very American crusades had in common were, on one hand, a group of people with beliefs incomprehensible to the majority of the population, and on the other, police agencies whose operatives could not distinguish custom from law, idiosyncrasy from threat. The line between churches, which Americans believe should be protected from government interference, and cults, which most Americans hold in disdain, has nothing to do with the Constitution-the First Amendment in theory shields both-and everything to do with the prejudices of a nation that has grown fearful of the diversity that made it unique. The residents of Mt. Carmel were instantly convicted of sin and lawbreaking by the kind of gossip that unites remote hamlets and electronic villages alike...

The Companion Bible

An in-depth study Bible with extensive margin notes on the structure of the biblical text and Hebrew and Greek words, along with cross-references and 198 appendixes by E.W. Bullinger, covering a multitude of topics.

The Dead Sea Scrolls : A New Translation

From a new generation of Dead Sea Scrolls scholars comes this landmark work. Michael Wise, Martin Abegg, Jr. and Edward Cook bring the long-inaccessible ancient scrolls of Qumran vividly to life, translating and deciphering virtually every legible portion of the fragmented scrolls, with startling results.

The Dead Sea Scrolls Bible : The Oldest Known Bible Translated for the First Time into English

The Dead Sea Scrolls Bible: The Oldest Known Bible Translated for the First Time into English is the first full English translation of the Hebrew scriptures used by the Essene sect at Qumran. (The Essenes, along with the Pharisees and Saducees, were among the three most influential Jewish groups of their time [150 B.C. to 68 A.D.]). Between 1947 and 1956, in 11 caves overlooking the Dead Sea, more than 800 manuscripts of two types were found. The first are called "biblical"--because they contain material that was later canonized in the Hebrew Bible; the second are called "non-Biblical"--because they contain poetry, rules for holy living, and imaginative, midrashic interpretations that are unique to the community that produced them.

The Decline and Fall of the Roman Church

"As a nonCatholic, I found this book fascinating and extremely readable, which is a wonder in itself. If I were Catholic, I think this book would disturb me with how much corruption has pervaded the Catholic church for centuries. There have been truly truly evil Popes...and they commited their sins in the name of Christ. Hypocrisy oozes from page after page. A Fascinating book" Review

The Five Books of Moses : The Schocken Bible, Volume I

Widely acclaimed by Bible scholars and theologians of every denomination, Everett Fox's masterful translation re-creates the echoes, allusions, alliterations, and wordplays of the Hebrew original. Together with its extensive commentary and illuminating notes, this unique translation draws the reader closer to the authentic living voice of the Bible.

The Golden Bough

The Golden Bough describes our ancestors' primitive methods of worship, sex practices, strange rituals and festivals.Disproving the popular thought that life was simple, This monumental survey shows that savage man was enmeshed in a tangle magic, taboos and superstitions. Revealed here is the evolution of man from savagery to civilization, From the modification of his weird and often bloodthirsty customs to the entry of lasting moral, ethical, and spiritual values.

The Illustrated Bible Dictionary (Volume 2)

Hardcover: 576 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.50 x 11.50 x 9.00
Publisher: Intervarsity Press; (May 1998)
ASIN: 0830814620 Sales Rank: 783,208

The Law of God, Volume 1

Published for the Reading of the Law in the Sabbath Years 2012 and 2019 and onwards. These work explains the Ten Commandments and the sub ordinances of the Bible and the prophets as they explain the Law.

The Law of God: Volume 1

The Jesuits

In The Jesuits, Malachi Martin reveals for the first time the harrowing behind-the-scenes story of the "new" world-wide Society of Jesus. The leaders and the dupes; the blod and the pathos; the politics; the betrayals and humiliations; the unheard-of alliances and compromises.The Jesuits tells a true story of today that is already changing the face of all our tomorrows.

The Jewish Festivals : A Guide to Their History and Observance

"There is no better way to begin to understand the messages of the Jewish holidays and the basic precepts of Judaism than by reading this book."
--from the foreword by Harold S. Kushner

The Origins of the Mithraic Mysteries: Cosmology and Salvation in the Ancient World

The ancient Roman religion known as the Mithraic mysteries has captivated the imaginations of scholars for generations. There are two reasons for this fascination. First, like the other ancient "mystery religions," such as the Eleusinian mysteries and the mysteries of Isis, Mithraism maintained strict secrecy about its teachings and practices, revealing them only to initiates. As a result, reconstructing the beliefs of the Mithraic devotees has posed an enormously intriguing challenge to scholarly ingenuity. Second, Mithraism arose in the Mediterranean world at exactly the same time as did Christianity, and thus the study of the cult holds the promise of shedding vital light on the cultural dynamics that led to the rise of Christianity

The Temple: Its Ministry and Services, Updated Edition

Because so much of New Testament life and imagery is intimately associated with the temple, Edersheim here provides a thorough study of the physical appearance of the temple, its ordinances, and worshipers, the ministry of its priesthood, and the ritual of its services.

The Thirteenth Tribe

Traces the history of the ancient Khazar Empire, a major but almost forgotten power in Eastern Europe, which in the Dark ages became converted to Judaism. Khazaria was finally wiped out by the forces of Ghengis Khan, but evidence indicates that the Khazars, themselves migrated to Poland and formed the cradle of Western Jewry.

The Two Babylons

Where did the practices and beliefs of the Roman Catholicism come from? In this scholarly classic, first published over eighty years ago, Alexander Hislop reveals that many Roman Catholic teachings did not originate with Christ or the bible, but were adopted from ancient pagan Babylonian religion, and given Christian names.

The Wind of the Khazars

At a time when Charlemagne ruled, the Byzantines were encroaching upon Russia, and the faith of Allah was flourishing in Baghdad, there existed a kingdom with a tolerant, advanced civilization: somewhere between the Caucasus mountains and the Volga, the Khazar kingdom grew and flourished, and in one of the oddest choices ever made, converted itself to Judaism. A thousand years later, when the writer Marc Sofer is given an ancient Khazarian coin by a mysterious visitor, he is drawn into investigating the fascinating enigma of the Khazars. Why did these Steppe warriors decide to become Jews? Why, after centuries of power and prosperity, were they effaced from history? What is the connection between this ancient, vanished people, and the terrorist group calling themselves the New Khazars, who have begun attacking oil plants on the Caspian sea?
Taking place both in the 10th century and the 21st, this absorbing, dramatic tale is part historical novel, part thriller. The story of the Khazars is interwoven with a contemporary political conspiracy in an unusual blend of reality and fiction that explores the ever important themes of history and identity.

Their Kingdom Come : Inside the Secret World of Opus Dei

An explosive expose of one of the most powerful and secretive sects operating within the Roman Catholic Church-Opus Dei.

This book reveals that Opus Dei:

-Has become the Catholic Church's paramount financial power
-Influences its members through a combination of secret rites and insistence on absolute obedience
-Uses a strategy of discretion to cloud its real intentions
-Aims to prepare Christendom for the next crusade against Islam

Unholy Trinity: The Vatican, the Nazis, and the Swiss Banks

Aarons and Loftus make a valiant effort to untangle the complex trails of diplomatic and intelligence operations in postwar Europe, focusing on Vatican participation. They document the Vatican role in British and American smuggling of Nazis to Latin America and in sending Nazi "Freedom Fighters" to Eastern Europe, noting the key role of Giovanni Montini (later Pope Paul VI). The authors conclude that Western intelligence was heavily infiltrated by double agents who harnessed many operations to Moscow's ends. Though perhaps less startling to historians than the authors suggest, this deliberately provocative account will undoubtedly stir up controversy.

Windswept House

From Kirkus Reviews
The author of Vatican (1986), among others, returns with a mammoth meditation on the troubled state of today's Catholic Church. So troubled, as one of the characters reports to the ``slavic Pope'' who is the central figure here, that ``it's going down.'' In his opening scenes, surprising for this measured writer, Martin portrays an animal sacrifice straight out of Stephen King, and Lucifer's plan is unveiled: to penetrate the Church hierarchy and eventually the Holy See itself with corrupt priests. They are bent on merging with economic and ethical universalists in the public arena, but their true agenda is the ascension of Satan and the annihilation of humankind. A young American priest, Christian Gladstone, from a place of peace called Windswept House, attempts to reverse these trends in his audiences with the slavic Pope; his twin brother, a lawyer, is embroiled in the impending new world order. They are light and dark, but, curiously, the slavic Pope is gray. He as much as anyone stood against Stalinist forces in Eastern Europe, but at a cost to the private message of faith and redemption the Church always has symbolized. But, while he himself has secularized the Church, his personal faith is deeply traditional. He seeks a revelation from an aged nun who participated in the Marian manifestation at Fatima. Can she tell this weary old man when Jesus will return? Does he have the strength for one last battle, as Lucifer stands poised to become Pope? Slowly, indeed, Martin's passions--and his agony over the dire straits of his faith--build into a deeply felt moral crisis. Martin is a close associate with Pope John XXIII, and his knowledge of Vatican politics is extraordinary. He pauses just short of the Apocalypse, but should find readers among Catholics and many evangelicals. Too slow-moving, and too specialized, for everyone else. (Author tour; radio satellite tour) -- Copyright ©1996, Kirkus Associates, LP. All rights reserved. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.


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