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The Children of Abraham

by F. E. Peters

In this pioneering book, F. E. Peters, a scholar without peer in the comparative study of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, traces the shared origins, development, and features of these religions. Direct, accessible,...


St Theodore the Studite's Defence of the Icons

by Torstein Theodor Tollefsen

St Theodore the Studite's Defence of the Icons provides an investigation of the icon-theology of St Theodore the Studite, mainly as it is presented in his three refutations of the iconoclasts, the Antirrhetici...


The Story of the  Matthew Bible

by Ruth Magnusson Davis

After centuries of neglect, at last we have a popular yet well-sourced account of the Matthew Bible and the men who gave it to us. Ruth M. Davis gives a vivid and passionate account of the heroes who struggled...


The Spalding Enigma

by Wayne L Cowdrey, Arthur Vanick & Howard A Davis

Where did The Book of Mormon come from?  Who was Solomon Spalding and what connection did his manuscript have with Joseph Smith?  To answer these questions, this book critically examines key historical documents,...


The Spalding Enigma

by Wayne L Cowdrey, Arthur Vanick & Howard A Davis

Where did The Book of Mormon come from?  Who was Solomon Spalding and what connection did his manuscript have with Joseph Smith?  To answer these questions, this book critically examines key historical documents,...


Philo of Alexandria and the Construction of Jewishness in Early Christian Writings

by Jennifer Otto

Philo of Alexandria and the Construction of Jewishness in Early Christian Writings investigates portrayals of the first-century philosopher and exegete Philo of Alexandria, in the writings of Clement of Alexandria,...


Johann Arndt

by Daniel van Voorhis

This is the story of the most significant devotional author of the seventeenth century in his first full English language biography. Using previously unknown letters as a few of the resources, this story aims...


Rising

by Dyron B. Daughrity

Pundits regularly declare that Christianity is dying. And in a way they are correct. Its golden age of influence is long gone in Western Europe, and similar trends are happening in North America. But while it...


Marriage and Sexuality in Early Christianity

by David G. Hunter

Marriage and Sexuality in Early Christianity is part of Ad Fontes: Early Christian Sources, a series designed to present ancient Christian texts essential to an understanding of Christian theology, ecclesiology,...


Luther's Wittenberg World

by Robert Kolb

In conversations about the Reformation, the name Martin Luther towers above all others. And rightly so. His work, vision, and writings set Christianity on a course of events that would forever change the way...


The Folly of the Cross

by Richard Viladesau

The Folly of the Cross is the fourth book in Richard Viladesau's series examining the aesthetics and theology of the cross through Christian history. Previous volumes have brought the story up through the Baroque...


Sin in Origen’s Commentary on Romans

by Stephen Bagby

Sin in Origen’s Commentary on Romans examines Origen as a critical third century voice seeking to articulate a cogent doctrine of sin, and presents his magisterial Commentary on Romans as a unique window to...


The Siblys of London

by Susan Sommers

Ebenezer Sibly was a quack doctor, plagiarist, and masonic ritualist in late eighteenth-century London; his brother Manoah was a respectable accountant and a pastor who ministered to his congregation without...


Revival and Revivalism in Britain 1735-1957

by Norman Lloyd

Two or three centuries ago, Christian Churches regarded Revivals of Religion by the Holy Spirit, rather than human endeavours, as the normal and expected way of fulfilling Christ’s promise to build His Church,...


The Church

by Frederick J. Cwiekowski

The historical context in which theological understandings have developed play an important role in our understanding of the modern church. In this book, Sulpician priest and scholar Frederick J. Cwiekowski...


The Book of Gates

by Josephine McCarthy, Stuart Littlejohn & Michael Sheppard

The Book of Gates is a rich and epic magical translation of a little-known Ancient Egyptian funerary text that contains a wealth of mystical and magical secrets. Unlike its more famous cousin, The Book of...


Runes and the Origins of Writing

by Alain de Benoist

In this wide-ranging yet concise study, Alain de Benoist brings his incisive intelligence and wide erudition to bear on the fiercely debated subject of the mysterious origin and practical and magical functions...


Foxe’s Book of Martyrs

by John Foxe

An early English Protestant, John Foxe fled from England to Strasbourg, France, when Mary Tudor became queen. There, he occupied himself with a Latin history of the Christian persecutions and he printed, in...


The History of the Church (Translated by Arthur Cushman McGiffert)

by Eusebius

Written by Eusebius, the bishop of Caesarea, “The History of the Church” is the pioneering 4th century work which details the chronological history of early Christianity from the time of Christ to Constantine....


The Upanishads (Translated with Annotations by F. Max Muller)

by Anonymous

A part of the “Vedas”, a collection of ancient manuscripts which form the basis for the Hindu religion, the “Upanishads” are ancient Sanskrit texts which contain arguably the most important spiritual...