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The author discusses the lives of Jesus and Socrates and through comparative analysis explains the parallels of their teaching techniques and philosophies on life. The author came under the spell of Socrates at an early age, following his example and awakening from the amanuensis that, according to Socrates, plagues us all. When she reflected upon the care of the soul and quickening of the spirit that are tenets of Socratic [...]
 
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Author Darcy Farthing is living in Washington, DC, with her fiance, Mick Clayton. They are enjoying a much needed respite from trauma and crime fighting while preparing for a wedding and a romantic cruise. Everything changes when an alarming phone call halts their plans. A good friend, Charlie Scott, has mysteriously disappeared--the apparent victim of an abduction. Against Mick's wishes, on an impulse and without much [...]
 
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Did Jesus Exist? - Rediscovering the Historical Jesus by Mark Gerard Craig
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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
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My Walk To Jesus - A Life with Christ for Those with Broken Spirits and Empty Pockets by Leah Hannan
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Of Faith and Freedom - How cultural Marxism and political correctness hijacked America and how to take it back! by Joe Gilbert
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The Good News - How Revealing Delusions In Christianity Will Bring Peace To All
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The Last Mile Home - Ordinary Insights from an Extraordinary God by Barbara McGreger
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The misinterpreted scriptures in the Torah (Old Testament) and the New Testament, caused the followers of Jesus to become an imperialistic war machine. Its followers believed that they were directed by G-d. Their fifteenth-century leader, Pope Nicolas V, commanded all of the Christian nations of Europe to conquer the Indigenous Peoples all over the known world. They were to invade and subdue them, reduce them to eternal [...]
 
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The Christ Myth - If Jesus did not exist would Christianity survive? by Mark Gerard Craig
Jesus did not exist! This claim has gained a great deal of momentum within popular culture currently, and threatens what many Christians hold sacred - that Jesus of Nazareth lived and was the incarnation of God, the second person of the Holy Trinity. It is not uncommon to find people, both educated and uneducated in New Testament studies, jumping on this bandwagon of Christological nihilism and stating categorically that [...]
 
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Still Believing - God is Real - God Is Awesome by Anthony K. Russell
Everyone faces hardships in life, but only a small portion accept God's word and come out with balance. Still Believing: God is Real reaches out to them, as well as the majority that learned about God in their youth, but have not built up a relationship with him yet." The truth is that God is always watching over all of us and will do miraculous things if we call on him when things go wrong, or when we are in need of [...]
 
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 personal insights.
 

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