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In The Year 2525 Romance / Sensuality
I have lived many lives, under many names. I have been male and female, high born and low, Gentile and Jew. Great joy has been mine, as have many different loves. I have also seen more than my share of tragedy. I have lived to a ripe old age and died young. I have trod the cobblestones of lost Atlantis, gone conquering with Alexander the Great, and died with an infant son in my arms under the hooves of U.S. Cavalry. Down the millennia, through many incarnations, I have learned, and loved, and suffered, and triumphed. I am immortal! This is my story...
Mythosphere Science Fiction
Mythosphere is a virtual-world playground located on a remote island in the Caribbean and run by an extended family who style themselves "Olympians," the gods of Mythosphere. Trevor Martin, a fair athlete and mediocre student, is not sure that he wants to squander his graduation money on a vacation trip to the island; not until he meets Diana, one of the Olympians, that is.
Once in Mythosphere, Trevor finds himself caught up in a contest between Diana's Samarkand and Mars's Camelot, and in the process, finds himself responsible for a woman who cannot stand him. The only problem is that the contest is more a war than a game -- a war for the control of Mythosphere!
Trevor's story is only one strand in a complex weave of storylines involving humans and gods, both in and out of the virtual playground. The people and beings that Trevor meets include a beautiful female knight, a serial killer, various fairies, a dragon, a hippogriff, and numerous others both mysterious and deadly. He soon discovers that things are not as they seem, people are not who they appear, and danger lurks around every virtual turn in Mythosphere.\
Ancient Manuscripts of Jesus Christ Religion//History
Sometimes treasures of great wealth can be discovered centuries after their creation, to become pearls of great price to the discoverer. This can happen, either by chance or by Divine Providence. Certainly God has a time and place for all things.
Such is the case with "Ancient Manuscripts of the Life and Times of Jesus Christ." Although this book was first compiled and printed in the mid-1800s, it has lain dormant for more than a century, being handed down through several generations of its original author.
Perhaps Divine intervention has chosen this time for its resurrection; for this book is spiritually charged with new insights into the days and times of Jesus Christ. It is a book concerned with a journey to faith, a ten year expedition which resulted in the discovery of ancient manuscripts, found in the archives of European libraries in the 1800s by a man who was driven by theological inspiration.
Join him in discovering the life and times of Jesus, the Christ, Our Savior.
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Diary of the American Revolution, Volumes 1 and 2 History
The history of any great event is a worthwhile subject for study and the American Revolution was one of the greatest events of all of human existence. One would be hard pressed to find better examples of the arrogance of statism and the principled resoluteness of liberty. These pages present the day-to-day events of the Revolution in a unique manner: in the words of those who experienced them. Eyewitnesses on every side of the conflict related their experiences through local newspapers and in their own diaries and letters. Frank Moore collected hundreds of those reports from over forty Whig and Tory newspapers, five collections of letters, and five diaries into the two volumes of _Diary of the American Revolution_ in 1858. Since then they have been listed in the bibliography of almost every important work on that period. No study of the Revolution could possibly be complete without these volumes.
From many pages of humor at the expense of General Burgoyne to the infuriating murder of Jenny McCrea you will be informed, angered, and greatly entertained. Even if you are no historian, these volumes will be of inestimable value to your understanding of politics, human nature, and the current state of affairs in America.
Volume I covers January 1775 through December 1777--from the initial civil unrest in Boston to the defeat of General Burgoyne. Volume II covers January 1778 through December 1781--from the alliance with the French to the surrender of Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown.
Commentary on Marriage in the Bible, Volume 1: The Torah History
Marriage in the Torah
A Commentary on Marriage in the Bible is a multi-volume work analyzing the treatment of marriage and family in the Bible. It begins with Genesis 1:1 and progresses to Revelation 22:21, picking out nearly every pertinent verse along the way. It is the result of a layman’s research project that has spanned more than ten years so far, including countless hours of study and prayer. Although the author has attempted to set aside bias—whether religious, cultural, or merely personal—in order to convey accurately what the prophets of God actually recorded and what their words mean for us today, his Messianic Jewish theology and devout evangelical Christian upbringing has infused this work with a unique perspective. The contents are controversial, and every single reader is certain to find something with which to disagree vehemently. Conversely, readers of every theological persuasion, Jewish, Christian, or other, are also certain to find much of value as they read with an open mind and heart. Volume I comments on the Torah, the first five books of the Bible, and provides an essential foundation to the information
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