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Author Louis Markos
The ancient world was not ancient to its inhabitants – it was a vibrant world full of ideas. Studying people from the outside affords knowledge and insight, but to transform that knowledge and insight into wisdom and discernment, we must open ourselves to seeing the world through the eyes of the...
Author Faith Cook
What was it like to be a Christian in England in the turbulent times from the close of the reign of Henry VIII, through Edward VI, the nine days of Lady Jane Grey and the persecution under Bloody Queen Mary? In this gripping and accessible novel, Faith Cook takes real characters and events and ble...
Author Carolyn Gossage
At the outbreak of the Second World War, Prime Minister Winston Churchill created the SOE (Special Operations Executive) to “set Europe ablaze” as he said, by working with resistance groups in Nazi-occupied countries in Europe—especially in France. Count Robert De La Rochefoucauld’s memoir of ...
Author Patrick Hunt
Patrick Hunt's original fabulist tales, Greek Musings, derive from his experiences in Greece spread out over a lifetime. Both memoir and myth combine here in sometimes amusing, sometimes numinous encounters with Greek culture past and present. This small collection should add to Hunt's stature as...
Author Peter Appelbaum
The first World War changed the world.
It also changed the lives of millions of soldiers and civilians. Though many often think of the Western Front, there was also the oft-forgotten Eastern Front from which the writings in this book are derived. Selig Schachnowitz, a gentle soul who wrote much...
Author Patrick Hunt
Pascal (1623-1662) and Voltaire (1694-1778) were two of the most influential thinkers of the broader Enlightenment Era. Although their lifetimes did not overlap, they shared common interests. However, their very different philosophical perspectives would have strongly clashed. What might a conver...
Author Ron Prosise
Preacher and homiletics professor Steve Brown once said, “If you get one good illustration out of an illustration book, it's worth every dime you paid for it.” Preaching Illustrations from Church History is a ready reference of over four hundred choice illustrations for use in preaching and teaching.
Author John D. Woodbridge
God does amazing things through the lives of people who are dedicated to Him. Sketches of Faith tells the true stories of Christians whose lives have been used by God to ignite change and hope throughout the world. Some may be familiar; others less so. Yet each are a testament to the reign ...
Author John B. Hattendorf
During the War for American Independence, military and naval operations had been in progress for more than two years when the 1778 Rhode Island Campaign occurred. This volume presents an introduction and annotated transcript of the official British reports of battle ...
Author Daniel A. Martinez & Timothy J. Demy
Featuring more than 300 entries associated with the historic Japanese surprise attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7 1941, this book provides a ready reference to the ships, people, places, planes, and other matters of the battle.
Among the many entries are:
The 2013 revised edition has:
Over 1,500 marks and images
Illustrated, cross-referenced and indexed
Eagle numbers from 1 through 219
Extensive reference bibliography
"The 3rd edition includes many new entries and images & solves old mystery marks."
"The "Little Book" is simply the most valuable reference guide to Mexican silver hallmarks y...
Author Faith Cook
…‘Lady Jane called out in a clear voice. “Lord, into thy hands I commend my spirit.” Then with a stroke, swift, sharp and terrible, Jane’s short life was ended. Like the Apostle Paul she had fought a good fight, finished the course and kept the faith. Henceforth there was laid up for her a crown o...
Author Roland S. Ward
“Rowland Ward’s The Westminster Confession of Faith: A Study Guide has, in its various editions, been a constant and indispensable companion to me for a quarter century as I have taught the Westminster Standards in the seminary and church. There is really no modern commentary like it. If you h...
Author Terry L Johnson
In this carefully-written and important landmark book, Terry L Johnson takes note of the revival in Calvinist thinking that is evident across a broad spectrum of the church. But, he notes, for Calvinism to continue to thrive, attention must begin to be paid to the ministry and worship that alo...