Christianity - Other

The Shorter Works of Tertullian Volume 1

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Tertullian


"In the latter part of the second and in the former part of the third century there flourished at Carthage the famous Tertullian, the f…

The Heavenly Footman

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John Bunyan


A description of the man that gets to heaven: with directions how to run so as to obtain - Summary by John Bunyan

Heart Talks on Holiness

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Samuel Logan Brengle


Samuel Logan Brengle was a commissioner in the Salvation Army. His books are known for the practicality, joyfulness and authenticity. His li…

Love Slaves

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Samuel Logan Brengle


Samuel Logan Brengle was a commissioner in the Salvation Army. His books are known for the practicality, joyfulness and authenticity. His li…

The Sign of the Cross in the Nineteenth Century

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Jean-Joseph Gaume


A book that examines the sign of the Cross made by Christians since the primitive church up until the 19th century. It looks at stories of m…

Christianity and Liberalism

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John Gresham Machen


The purpose of this book is not to decide the religious issue of the present day, but merely to present the issue as sharply and clearly as …

Christmas Carol Collection 2011

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Various


LibriVox volunteers bring you this year's selection of 25 sacred and secular carols and Christmas songs, in English, German and Latin.

The Parables

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Lyman Abbott


This is a collection of the parables of the new testament. - Summary by Lynda Marie Neilson

Godliness

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Catherine Booth


Catherine Booth and William Booth were a ministry team founding the Salvation Army, which has spread from its humble beginnings in England t…

Purgatory

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Rev. Francois Xavier Schouppe


Purgatory by FX Schouppe, SJ, a french Catholic theologian who died in November, 1904 details the place where saved souls go before Heaven. …

Coming to the King

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Frances Ridley Havergal


A collection of poems by Frances Ridley Havergal and others, all describing different aspects of our walk with God, from 'Coming to the King…

Evening Incense

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John R. Macduff


This is a small volume of Evening Prayers. Thoughts to think on in the quiet before bedtime; ideas that edify the soul, calm the mind and p…

Where We Got the Bible: Our Debt to the Catholic Church

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Rev. Henry Grey Graham


In "Where We Got the Bible", the author, himself a convert from Calvinism, explains how the Catholic Church compiled the sacred te…

The Reformation Collection Volume 1

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Various


This volume of the Reformation collection begins with a summary of Protestant belief in the form of the Belgic Confession and John Calvin's …

Fraternal Charity

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Father Benoit Valuy


This short treatise comes from a work by the Roman Catholic priest Father Valuy, S.J., and bears an imprimatur. It was written for members o…

Fruits of the Spirit

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Hamilton Wright Mabie


A collection of essays written by the renowned lecturer and author during the First World War, when he was quite depressed. The general them…

The Luggage of Life

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Frank W. Boreham


This collection contains 32 essays by the respected Baptist preacher Frank Boreham. Writing on topics that range from falling in love to eat…

The Destination Of Man

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Johann Gottlieb Fichte


Johanne Fichte published The Destination of Man (Die Bestimmung des Menschen) in 1799. It was translated into English in 1846 by Jane Sinnet…

Sowing and Reaping

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Dwight L. Moody


An exposition of the verse, “Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. For he that soweth to…

The Critique of Dogmatic Theology

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Leo Tolstoy


More systematic, but no less sincere than A Confession (which originally served as the introduction to this work), The Critique of Dogmatic …

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