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Sumerian Hymns

by Frederick Augustus Vanderburgh

The gods honored in the hymns treated in the following Thesis are Bêl, Sin (Nannar), Adad (Ramman) and Tammuz, all deities of the old Babylonian pantheon, representing different phases of personality and force,...

The Nonbeliever's Guide to Bible Stories

by C. B. Brooks

Perfect for those interested in learning more about what the Bible actually says but who have neither the time nor the interest to read the actual thing


Ever thought you should know more about what’s in...

The Religions of Ancient Egypt and Babylonia

by A. H. Sayce

It is through its temples and tombs that ancient Egypt is mainly known to us. It is true that the warm and rainless climate of Upper Egypt has preserved many of the objects of daily life accidentally buried...

The Egyptian Conception of Immortality

by George Andrew Reisner

Of the nations which have contributed to the direct stream of civilization, Egypt and Mesopotamia are at present believed to be the oldest. The chronological dispute as to the relative antiquity of the two countries...

The Story of God: A Biblical Comedy about Love (and Hate)

by Chris Matheson

“Part Kurt Vonnegut, part Douglas Adams, but let’s be honest, Matheson had me at ‘Based on the Bible.’”  —Dana Gould, comedian and writer


The Bible offers some clues to God’s personality—he’s...

Vestiges of the Mayas

by Augustus Le Plongeon

That the people who inhabited the country at the time of the Spanish conquest had a multiplicity of gods there can be no doubt. The primitive form of worship, with time and by the effect of invasions from outside,...

The Religion of Ancient Egypt

by W. M. Flinders Petrie

Before dealing with the special varieties of the Egyptians' belief in gods, it is best to try to avoid a misunderstanding of their whole conception of the supernatural. The term god has come to tacitly imply...

The Gods, the State, and the Individual: Reflections on Civic Religion in Rome

by John Scheid & Clifford Ando

Since the 1970s, John Scheid has been one of the most influential figures reshaping scholarly understanding of ancient Roman religion. The Gods, the State, and the Individual presents a translation of Scheid's...

The Influence of Buddhism on Primitive Christianity

by Arthur Lillie

A volume that proves that much of the New Testament is parable rather than history will shock many readers, but from the days of Origen and Clement of Alexandria to the days of Swedenborg the same thing has...

The Idea of God

by F. B. Jevons

In The Varieties of Religious Experience the late Professor William James has said (p. 465): 'The religious phenomenon, studied as an inner fact, and apart from ecclesiastical or theological complications, has...

Redneck Religion: My Redneck Raisin'

by David Benjamin Thompson, Jackie Thompson & Paul Figlow

My Redneck Raisin' is an autobiographical book by Ben Thompson that uses humorous stories about growing up in the country to relate to biblical lessons. There are many scriptures and prayers throughout the book....

Redneck Religion

by David Benjamin Thompson, Jackie Thompson & Paul Figlow

Redneck Religion is a compilation of stories, devotions, and prayers. It is written in the format of a Christian Journal, and tracks the daily thoughts and writings of a Christian who just happens to be a Redneck!...

Sumerian Liturgies

by Stephen Langdon

Undoubtedly the group of texts which have the most human interest and greatest literary value is the epical group, designated in Sumerian by the rubric zag-sal. This literary term was employed by the Sumerian...

The Gnostic Religion

by Hans Jonas

The Message of the Alien God and the Beginnings of Christianity

Sex in Religion

by Eliza Burt Gamble

In an age when every branch of inquiry is being subjected to reasonable criticism, it would seem that the origin and growth of religion should be investigated from beneath the surface, and that all the facts...

Jewish Humor

by Joseph Chotzner

The Hebrew Bible rightly deserves to be termed the Book of Books in the world of letters: it is distinguished from other literary productions by the richness of its sentences, its charm of style and diction,...

An Act of God: Previously Published as The Last Testament: A Memoir by God

by David Javerbaum

***An Act of God (previously published as The Last Testament: A Memoir) is now a major Broadway show starring Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory) and directed by Joe Mantello (Wicked)***

Over the course of his...

Underworld and Archetypes : Chapter Two

by James Bennett & David Kidd

This is Chapter 2 of the full printed book "Underworld and Archetypes Fully Illustrated". Chapter Two examines the myths of descent and reveals how these can be useful tools in encouraging us to positively engage...

My Life and Times

by Jerome K. Jerome

This early work by Jerome K. Jerome was originally published in 1926 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography. 'My Life and Times' is the autobiography of this humorous author of...


by James J. O'Donnell

From James J. O'Donnell, renowned classicist and author of Augustine and The Ruin of the Roman Empire, comes the provocative story of Christianity's rise as told by the traditionalists it displaced

For hundreds...