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Book: Beyond the Olive Grove - Volume Two of The Magdala Trilogy - A Six-Part Epic Depicting a Plausible Life of Mary Magdalene and Her Times by Peter Longley
Joshua, Maria, and Linus Flavian determine their destinies. From the Nazirite and Essenic sects to the burgeoning fishing industry on the Sea of Galilee, Joshua and his band of followers are led from obscurity to the portals of the Roman prefect in a movement poised to change the world. Th ey are members of a healing ministry that concerns the Jewish authorities that are striving for survival and [...]
 
Book: A deeper look into The Gospel of the Beloved Companion by Collin Carbno
In 2010, the book, "The Gospel of the Beloved Companion" (GTBC) appeared on the market. The author, Jehanne De Quillan claims that this Gospel is based on manuscripts that exists in Greek and translated into Occitan languages in the early part of 12th century (CE). Indeed, Jehanne claims that her community of Languedoc region of southern France has been guarding both versions of manuscript since [...]
 
Book: Principles from the Book of Micah for Our Time by Collin Carbno
Micah is concerned about what is wrong in his society, the crisis it is facing. This book looks at the situation in Israel at the time of Micah. Micah provides God's message to the people of his time. Over sixty direct principles that we can apply today are pulled directly from the text of Micah. A comparison with economic crisis of today is also done. In the process of pulling out principles the [...]
 
Book: A Star's Legacy - Volume One of The Magdala Trilogy - A Six-Part Epic Depicting a Plausible Life of Mary Magdalene and Her Times by Peter Longley
Three unique people- Joshua of Nazareth, Linus Flavian, and Maria of Magdala- are born in 5 B.C. during the appearance of an unusual star over the Middle East. Their lives will become intertwined through a series of events that will forever mark them. Around the time of their birth, superstition is rife. Intrigue between High Priests, the Herodians, and Rome, along with hope in an expanding world [...]
 
Book: Mary's Message - An Alternative History of Mary Magdalene and Jesus by Ann Crawford
The untold love story between the Bible's two most powerful characters. In history books, Mary of Magdala has been described as a prostitute--a person of low moral character and little consequence. In reality, she was a powerful healer and priestess of the cosmos. She was commanding, intelligent and fierce... and deeply in love from the moment she met Yeshua, also known as Jesus of Nazareth. This [...]
 
Book: Seeing Mary by Brenda Beausoleil
On sabbatical following the death of her mother, Dr. Jane Norton receives a disturbing call from an distant friend from her hometown. Charlotte Price, her oldest and closest friend, is in trouble. According to the mutual friend, Charlotte has claimed to see the Virgin Mary. She is not believed. Indeed, the town is on the verge of full scale persecution. Against her better instincts, Norton [...]
 
Book: Out of the Shadows - The Life and Works of Mary de Morgan by Marilyn Pemberton
Who was Mary De Morgan and why should she be dragged out of the shadows cast be her illustrious parents, her male siblings and the members of the Arts and Crafts circle in which she moved; why should the academic spotlight be shone onto her life and works? De Morgan (1850-1907) was undoubtedly a woman of her time: she was unmarried and therefore one of the million or so odd women who had to earn [...]
 
Book: East of Tiffany's by Mary Duffy and Marciano Guerrero
All the stories you find in this collection are autobiographical, based on true events that happened either to Mary Patricia or me. The names of the characters are all fictitious. We hope that by writing about successful characters we can inspire readers to find a path to both spiritual and material success just as we did. The author, Marciano Guerrero, is an immigrant from the Andes, Peru, who [...]
 
Book: A Pledge of Better Times by Margaret Evans Porter
A sweeping tale of ambition, treachery, and passion incorporating 17th century historical figures, royalty, and events. For generations Lady Diana de Vere's family loyally served England's crown. But after King Charles II's untimely death, her father firmly opposes James II's tyranny. Charles Beauclerk, Duke of St. Albans the late king's bastard son by actress Nell Gwyn also rebels against his [...]
 
Book: Mary Queen of the Scots (The Legendary Women of World History Book 3) by Laurel A. Rockefeller
Queen Mary Stuart was one of the most beloved and controversial women in Scottish history. The granddaughter of King James IV and his wife Margaret Tudor, Queen Mary's status as heiress-apparent to Queen Elizabeth's throne in England paired with the violence of the Scottish Reformation set the stage for one of the most dramatic and poorly understood lives of the 16th century. Mary Queen of the [...]
 
Book: Fifth Gospel - A Novel (Rosicrucian Quartet) by Adriana Koulias
From the acclaimed Author of TEMPLE OF THE GRAIL, THE SEAL and THE SIXTH KEY comes a singular achievement, a novel that transcends the four known gospels to unveil a secret kept hidden for centuries: the secret of the two Jesus Children. The destiny of one man. The fate of the world. It is 1244 and the Castle of Montsegur is under siege. Trapped in the small fortress perched high in the Pyrenees [...]
 
Book: Alternative Jesus by Yosef Albric
Jesus, in Christian theology, did one thing to earn the reputation of being the Son of God. This one thing was to upset the Jewish Hierarchy sufficiently to get himself crucified. This allowed Paul to claim that Jesus had fulfilled the scriptures and formulate the basic dogma of the modern Christian church. But what was the truth about Jesus? The Gospel according to Matthew gives the most [...]
 
Book: by FAITH alone - Sola Fide (Volume 1) by Carol Round
Tucked inside "by FAITH alone" are the musings of a woman who has a heart to know God. Carol Round sees the everyday events of life through the lens of Scripture and points out life application for her readers. Each devotional provides inspiration in a thought-provoking, upbeat, down-to-earth, no-nonsense way.
 
Book: Christian Parables by Jwyan C. Johnson
Imagine a biblical playground of new riddles and parables where the scriptures themselves actually play along with you! WordPlay is a twist-n-learn experience of fun mystery & a better bible memory at the same time, on the same page! Discover a ventriloquist without his puppet, watch a blind architect, and witness a hide-n-seek champion who finally finds himself! With plenty more tales, and with [...]
 
Book: One Life to Give by Rick Blaisdell
Book Description: Rick Blaisdell's new book exists for those who are sincerely looking for hope and purpose in their lives. It is a living testimony of what God can do with a life given to Him in faith. The author's experiences prove that God opens the door, and makes the seemingly impossible, possible. In addition to the detailed journal entries, which provide vivid details of Rick's mission [...]
 
Book: The Gospel According to Prissy by Barbara Casey
A fascinating story populated with memorable characters. We have three Army veteran misfits, a college dropout, and unmotivated high school graduate accused of murder, a controversial warden of a women's prison, a little girl with the gift of prophesy. Lara Kruger, 31, invites them into her life after suffering a miscarriage, a divorce from an abusive husband, and unemployment. It is a powerful [...]
 
Book: The Last Commandment - Evangelism for All Christians by Terrance L. Milem
As Jesus departed this world he left us with these last words. "Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature". Many refer to this as the Great Commission. I refer to this as the Last Commandment. Evangelism is not an optional part of living the Christian life, it is an essential. So much so that this was the last command that Jesus gave his disciples before ascending to [...]
 
Book: Under the Eye - A Composer's Journey by Brenda M Lane
Hopeless? Emotionallyparalyzed? Under the Eye, aComposer's Journey tracesthe adventures of one woman in the same condition who, against hope... foundit. At times you'll beshouting, No! At other times, you'll be laughing so hard your stomach willhurt, but most of the time you will just be astonished at the phenomenal waythat God worked in her life. As one reader putit, This true saga was spell [...]
 
Book: Apprehended & Apprehending - Soaring In The Wilderness With God! by M. J. Andre
The author used Philippians 3:10-12 to create a blueprint of the Salvation we have received by grace from God, to show how this work of grace goes on faithfully through dedication, perseverance and endurance to claim the prize. No, the prize is not what you might think of. True Salvation is nothing short of possessing the heart of God the Father. That's the real prize! While the author's words [...]
 
Book: Journey Through The Word Of God - The Gospel of Matthew Bible Study For Men by TP Johnson
This book is designed to be used in parish-level Bible study groups (though it can be used as a personal study as well), and it is specifically targeted to men, young and old, interested in learning about the Bible and Christian history. Using a weekly chapter-style format, with fifteen units of study this work is written in a direct style, with a strong emphasis for men. This study can help [...]
 
Book: The Gospel of Thomas for Awakening - A Commentary on Jesus' Sayings as Recorded by the Apostle Thomas by Abbot George Burke
"An extraordinary work of theological commentary, "The Gospel of Thomas for Awakening" is as informed and informative as it is inspired and inspiring. --James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief, Midwest Book Review - "From the very beginning there were two Christianities." So begins this remarkable work. While the rest of the Apostles dispersed to various areas of the Mediterranean world, the apostle Thomas [...]
 
Book: Help Me To Live Right by Kenneth 'Moses' Mitchell
Help Me to Live Right was written to help us become more self-sufficient by learning the meaning of the word "realligion" and not the word "religion". The word "realligion" is for all God's people. It's a whole new world order. It's a re-all for everyone and not a re-li that the world has been teaching us. Help Me to Live Right is the brick that will help us build this new world order that [...]
 
Book: Genesis I Window by JW Farquhar
The Book, "The Genesis I Window", introduces a divine (heretofore secret) foundational window view into the Bible, which unearths many ancient mysteries, including the creation of man, the evolution of man from a beast, and the mathematical link between faith and science. Through this amazing window, the hidden mathematics of the entire Bible is revealed. The premise of, "There is no God", [...]
 
Book: Christian Parables 2 - Tales of the Lawyer's Lullaby, a Maze in Grace, and More by Jwyan C. Johnson
How is faith like ice-cream? What bible topic is like last year's calendar? Discover the easy and fun way to bible study. You'll instantly taste the difference of Sunday School with a twist: new riddles and parables! With only her "rocky road" ice-cream, a little girl learns about the conditions of faith. And a detective investigates a sleeping courtroom mystery. With plenty more, WordPlay is a [...]
 
Book: The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil by Ruth Mossing
The Mystery Name in the Forehead of the Great Whore (Sells Herself, buying and selling) Mystery Babylon. The Nation were Angry, and Thy Wrath is come. Satan is loose, and goes out to deceive the Nations in the four quarters of the Earth, and to gather them together unto the Battle of the Great Day of God Almighty. This Earth is reserved unto Fire against the Day of Judgment And Perdition [...]
 
Book: What Happens at the Second Coming of Jesus Christ? by Ilyan Kei Lavanway
This book is the result of a quiet personal experience and a gentle suggestion from a Patriarch during Sunday school one morning in March, 2016. This book may serve as a helpful reference for anyone interested in studying the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. This book includes a compilation of scriptural references and explanations from modern prophets and apostles. It also includes the author's [...]
 
Book: The Gospel According to Todd by R.A. Williams
Todd Heller is an arrogant ER physician who stubbornly denies the existence of God. A ministering angel forces him back in time to the harsh, primitive culture of ancient Israel so he can witness the miracles of Jesus with his own eyes. Meticulously researched for historical accuracy, this plot is woven into the gospel account of the final year of Christ's ministry. Christians who fantasize about [...]
 
Book: The Oneness Gospel - Birthing the Christ Consciousness and Divine Human in You by Rev. Dr. Charlene Proctor
We are all one with God. We are all one with each other. But how can we embrace these simple truths in our everyday lives? Many Indian teachers, as well as Jesus, have offered this insight and encouraged us to open up to our own potential. Charlene M. Proctor, PhD, unites spiritual wisdom from the East and West to help you experience Christ consciousness in the here and now. She combines the [...]
 
Book: What Child Is This? by Cynthia MacGregor
When strange events and coincidences occur surrounding Marie Erlig's pregnancy, everyone but Marie is convinced she is bearing no or ordinary child but rather the Second Coming. Everyone jumps on the bandwagon to satisfy their own agendas and purposes, and Marie wonders if she can ever have a normal life again. 20% of net proceeds benefit one of several qualified 501(c)3 non-profits that provide [...]
 
Book: Mary's Addiction by Damien Dsoul
Donald and Mary Clauston are a rich, white couple. They own a lovely mansion in Sherman Oaks, and three lovely kids, and they're both happy with each other. Or are they? Their life takes a drastic turn one Friday night. Three black hoodlums take advantage of Mary while her husband Donald is forced to watch. To Donald's shocking surprise, Mary seems to enjoy the activity and becomes smitten by the [...]
 
Book: Running from Myself by Mary Lee Tiernan
"He's here, he's here!" Carey Nollard bolted upright in her bed gasping for breath. Once again her 'voice' warned her of impending danger and pushed her to "Move! Hide!" as breaking glass tinkled on the floor below. Carey never minded hearing a voice which protected her when danger lurked - until she moved to the town of Glendowns and the voice emerged as a personality separate from herself. She [...]
 
Book: The Jewel Garden by Marilyn Pemberton
It was a time when women were starting to rebel against Victorian conventions and to strive for their independence. This is a story of Hannah Russell's physical, emotional and artistic journey from the back streets of the East End of London to the noisy souks and sandy wastes of Egypt; from the labyrinthine canals of Venice to the lonely corridors of Russell Hall in Kent. Hannah thinks she has [...]
 
Book: A Heart's Endeavor by Mary Wehr
There are times when it's best to allow your heart to overrule your head. Being diagnosed with depression not only messed up Melanie Manning's life, but her marriage as well. Her husband made it very clear that he considered her "damaged goods" and he didn't have time to coddle a mentally ill wife. After his sudden death, Melanie knew she was destined to be alone. Loneliness sounded a hell of a [...]
 
Book: (What To Do?) About Ben Adams by Mary McPhee
Ben Adams is the kind of guy other people love to hate. His long-suffering wife is about to leave him, and his high-powered firm wants to dump him. Even the family dog keeps his distance. But during brain surgery to clip off an aneurysm, Ben's empathy center is thrown into over-drive. He awakens from a coma feeling unconditional love for others. Sensing this, people are irresistibly drawn to him. [...]
 
Book: The Immigrants' Daughter - A Private Battle to Earn the Right to Self-actualization by Mary Terzian
In her award-winning book the author captures the universal immigrant experience through her personal memories. The scene is set in Cairo in the 1940's. She is a member of a tightly knit Armenian family living in an expatriate community of genocide survivors, or escapees, like her parents, from Turkey, during and after World War I. Peaceful life, joy with younger brother's arrival and happy [...]
 


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