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Bertie: The Best Stuttering King Susan Webb
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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Bertie: The Best Stuttering King is a children’s story about a timid, stuttering prince who is thrust unexpectedly on the throne of England and becomes one of the best kings of the 20th Century. A history book in rhyme for children and children who stutter, this story highlights England’s most reluctant monarch, King George VI, and his early struggles with stuttering, knock knees, and bullying – topics still relevant today.
Holvenstot and Powers Tom Wagner
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Size: 7.5" x 9.25"
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A brief History of the Holvenstot and Powers family.
Jesus, His Gospel and His World Claudine Church
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781633187375
A couple of decades after the Crucifixion a Christology developed based upon the death of Jesus. It portrayed him as a divine, cosmic visitor who appeared in the Galilee disguised as a Jewish carpenter, performed some miracles, died on a cross for lost sinners, arose alive from a Judean tomb and miraculously ascended to Heaven. Thus Jesus the man became the Christ of Faith. This book gives the reader a choice: either to stay with the Christology based upon the death of Jesus or to peer behind ecclesiastical curtains and see what sociology and history have learned about early first-century Galilee and Judea, about the world of Jesus and what he faced every day of his life.
Kipar Alojzij Repic Oljan Repic
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Size: 5.06" x 7.81"
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ISBN: 9798885673235
Alojzij Repič je bil slovenski kipar. Ta knjižica opisuje njegovo življenje in delo (47 fotografij).
Looking Through History's Window David E. Young
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Size: 7" x 10"
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Read snippets of true events in history and see how they can be applied to concepts in the Bible. Engagingly written by David E. Young, Associate Professor of History, Emeriti. Biola University La Mirada, California
Mayfield, The Town That Wouldn't Go Away Raye C. Ringholz
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781645501220
Although the town of Mayfield existed on the South Bay below San Francisco a mere seventy years, it stands as a kind of microcosm of its time. Before Europeans began to explore the pristine region, it was covered with oak forests, lush grasslands, herds of wild animals and was inhabited by a people that lived off the land. Then came the Jesuit missionaries who established religious colonies and introduced domestic plants and animals to the area. This was the beginning, but the nucleus of Mayfield began in the period between 1841 and 1853, after the Mexican government granted land ownership to individuals and ceded Alta California to the United States. Hordes of adventurers, gold ...
Reformed and Reforming: John Owen on the Kingdom of Christ Ryan Kelly is the Pastor for Preaching at Desert Springs Church in Albuquerque, NM.
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John Owen (1616-1683) was one of the most prodigious, productive, and persuasive theological minds of his time. He lived at the height of England’s Puritan Revolution, and was a major player in the hotly contested ecclesiastical debates and religious politics. For Owen, these realms and pursuits intersected with what Scripture calls the kingdom of Christ. Though the kingdom is a spiritual realm — Christ ruling in the souls of his elect — it was to be manifested nationally, ecclesiastically, and eschatologically. This, then, is a theological and contextual study of Owen on the kingdom of Christ, focusing on these three interrelated realms: the settling of the kingdom in ecclesiastical pol ...
Tommie Jefferson Dave Roman
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781312795389
Do the redcoats capture her when they raid Monticello? Does her editor believe she actually met Jefferson? Did she actually get a photo of Jefferson and one of his house guests? Does Jefferson go to church in the Capitol building? This is a story of a young college graduate with a Journalism major who gets a job with a Charlottesville newspaper. Her first assignment is a story about Monticello. Little does she know she would find a time portal and go back in time to interview Thomas Jefferson. The story is humorous, but the actual facts are woven into the story. One of the themes is the famous "separation of church and state" phrase used by Jefferson in his letter to the Danbury Bapti ...