—Newest books printed in paperback, plastic comb-bound, and stapleback

Time [at present] does not permit making a separate page / listing for each title; so scroll through these most-recent additions.

The newest 17 paperback titles are in stock now.

Now READY and in stock
- Sacred Truth Expository Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Jonah, Balaicius, [see separate listing here: — Sacred Truth Expository Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Jonah]

- “The Massacre of the Innocents” — a collection, containing: The Jews and Ritual Murders of Christian Babies: A Theological and Legal Study, by I. I. Lyutostansky (translated into English for the first time from the third Russian edition of 1911), modern introduction by Carlos Whitlock Porter, Edited with Annotations and Supplementary Material by Robert Alan Balaicius (including U.S. Consulate report from Odessa, Russia on Ritual Murder, information concerning Sir Richard Burton’s and his book, The Jew, Gypsie, and El Islam, and the long-lost, controversial appendix on Ritual Murder, information on Blood Ritual from many other sources: Geoffrey Chaucer’s “The Prioress’ Tale” from The Canterbury Tales, Christopher Marlowe’s The Jew of Malta, Eustace Mullins, Alexander Solzhenitsyn’s One Hundred Years Together, Ariel Toaff’s Blood Passover, and other notes and information) 316 pages, 20.00 + P&H.  1-58840-581-8

A good companion to:

    - The Talmud Unmasked: The Secret Rabbinical Teachings Concerning Christians [Memorial Edition to Honor a Great Lithuanian.] (1892), Rev. I.B. Pranaitis (Lithuanian Priest murdered for this book), 144pp., pb. (94 page original + 30 page Illustrated Biographical and Historical Introduction by Robert Alan Balaicius, 11.50 + P&H.

- Heroes of the Nations: The Cid Campeador and the Waning of the Crescent in the West (1897) Henry Butler Clarke, 382pp., pb., 23.00 + P&H.   If you have never watched Charlton Heston in the movie El Cid (pronounced Sid in English), rent it or order the DVD from me for 14.00 + P&H]  Campeador is Spanish for “Champion” or “Conqueror”; El Cid (prob. meaning “Lord” from arabic al-sayyid, the i being pronounced like a long i / “ee”) whose name was Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar (1040-1099), who was a Castilian Nobleman, military leader, and fighter against Islamic attacks by the Moors.  1-58840-578-8

- The Story of the Nations: Hungary (1887) Vambéry, 453pp., pb., with added coats of arms, 26.00 + P&H.  1-58840-577-X

- Story of the Nations: Norway (1895) Hjalmar H. Boyeson, xxvpp.,/556pp.,/ivpp., pb. 28.00 + P&H; illustrated; with added photos and genealogical charts of the Kings of Norway and added illlustrations, and short bio. and photo of the author prepared by RAB.  1-58840-114-6

I have already reprinted many others in this excellent Story of the Nations series, and have many others that I am planning.... most of which will be listed in other places in this email.  They are all superb.

- Called Unto Holiness (1936) Ruth Paxson, originally pocket sized paperback 128 pages (of airy, large margin), book size expanded to 6x9 with detailed complementary and correctional notes by Balaicius, 330pp. total, 18.50 + P&H.  1-58840-495-1

I edited/published the below a few years ago:

Rivers of Living Water (1930) Ruth Paxson,  with complementary and corrective notes by Robert Alan Balaicius, Paxson’s work was a pocket-sized paperback, 128pp., which I have enlarged a little bit in facsimile reprint, This was a remarkably well-written little booklet with more truth than error, though she did not go into great depth in her explanations, I make up for that and also make doctrinal corrections; total pages 262 6x9 pb., 18.00 + P&H.

“I Cried, He Answered” — A Faithful Record of Remarkable Answers to Prayer (1918), compiled and edited by Henry W. Adams, Norman H. Camp, William Norton, and F.A. Steven, with an Introduction by Charles Gallaudet Trumbull; 128pp., original print was very small, so enlarged it 22% and made into 6x9 pb., 288pp., 14.50 + P&H. 1-58840-545-1

- Martin Bucer and the English Reformation [With a bibliography and plates, including portraits and facsimiles.] (1949) Constantin Hopf, 290pp., 20.00 + P&H.

- Historical Collections Relating to Remarkable Periods of the Success of the Gospel / Historical Collections of Accounts of Revival (1754/revised 1845, ed. updated by Horatius Bonar), Gillies, pb., 8.5x11, 616pp., 35.00 + 8.00 P&H.  The print was small and the book 7x10 so I expanded to 8.5x11 and was able to enlarge the print 19%.  This is a huge book and weighs nearly 4 lbs. 1-58840-583-4


A good companion to:

    - Stories of Great Revivals with Contributions on Revival Work (1906) Henry Johnson, Canon Aitken, F.B. Meyer, Stuart Holden, Gipsy Smith; c.420pp., pb., 2500 + P&H. Chapters: Evangelical Revival of 18th Century England; Evangelical Revival of 18th Century Scotland; Evangelical Revival of 18th Century Wales; Evangelical Revival of 18th Century Ireland; Awakenings of 1858-1862 England, of 1858-1862 Scotland, of 1858-1862 Wales, of 1858-1862 North of Ireland; Work of Moody & Sankey 1873 - 1875; 1881-1884; Revival in Wales, 1904-1905; Torry-Alexander Mission, 1903-1905.

    - Stories From Foxe’s Book of Martyrs (1903) Foxe/W. S. Martin, 8.5x11, 440pp., paperback, well-illustrated (companion vol. to Story of Light) 30.00 + P&H.

    - The Story of the Light That Never Went Out: A History of English Protestantism For Young Readers (1903) W.S.M. and Augusta Cook; 586pp., 8.5x11, hundreds of illustrations, excellent; pb., 45.00 + P&H. One person who ordered this book, who is an older gentleman who has long been an avid reader, said this was one of the best and most important 5 books he has ever read. Another person saw an original at the library of Bob Jones University and was impressed with the book and ordered a copy from me, and could not believe the quality, being far better than the original; he took his new copy to BJU and showed it to them, and they ordered a copy so they could "retire" to the archives the original.     [Contents: How The Light Came; How the Darkness Came; Parting of the Ways; The Venerable Bede, and Other Famous Men; England’s Greatest King; William the Conqueror and the Norman Period; Gathering Shadows; Midnight; England’s Bulwark, Or The Foundation of Liberty Laid; Monks and Friars With Shaven Crowns; How Lamp Was Kept Buring; Thomas Bradwardine, Man Who Trimmed the Lamp; Robert Longland, Man Who Dreamed A Dream; John Wycliffe; The Lollards; Chariots of Fire; The Fifteenth Century; Preparation For Reformation; How English Reformation Began; Two Great Discoveries & What Came of Them; Much-Married Monarch; William Tyndale; Martyr’s Prayer Answered; English Josiah; Dark Days; “Latimer’s Light Shall Never Go Out”; England’s Greatest Archbishop; “Of Whome World Was Not Worthy”; Daughters of The King; Lambs In Flock Of Slaughter; Why Martyrs Suffered; Martyr’s Memorials; John Foxe; What Might Have Been; Brighter Days; Jesuits; “Bonnie Queen Bess”; Invincible Armada; Martyrs or Murderers—Which?; Gunpowder, Treason & Plot; Old Time Ritualist; King & Parliament; “Old Noll”; Puritan England; “Merry Monarch”; Tinker Of Bedford; Stuart Schemer; Bishops Of Right Sort; Glorious Revolution; Protestantism Ascends The Throne; Light In Eighteenth Century; Victorian Era—World’s Greatest Empire; “Thy Kingdom Come.”]

    - Twelve Reformation Heroes (1960) Neilson, 96pp., pb., 1250 + P&H.

    -  The Power of Prayer — Illustrated in the Wonderful Displays of Divine Grace at the Fulton Street and Other Meetings in New York and Elsewhere, in 1857 and 1858 (1858) Samuel Irenaeus Prime, 250pp., 6x9 pb., with notes by Robert Alan, Balaicius, 16.50 + P&H.

    - History of Puritans & Pilgrim Fathers (1888) which incorporates: The Puritans in England (1849) W.H. Stowell, & The Pilgrim Fathers (1849) D. Wilson, 508pp.; with added 230pp. by R.A.B. (500 hours of research /writing) of historical and theological introduction to the Reformers, Puritans, Pilgrims, Nonconformists, Covenanters, the Westminster Assembly, the history of the Anglican Church and Presbyterian Church in England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, the Anglican Church and monarchs of Britain in their persecution of those Protestants who disagreed with the Anglican Church’s Catholic ritual, and an insightful look at the Great Awakening and revivals in England, Ireland, Scotland (and its Isle of Lewis) Wales, and New England; with over 800 short biographies and over 250 illustrations added; total c.740pp.; 7x8.5, 35.00 + P&H.

    Unless you have studied the history, biography, and doctrine of our faith, of the Reformation and of the founding of the U.S., there is no way it can be appreciated, comprehended, and there is no reason for anyone to realize the need to preserve it, and they will not be able to recognize counterfeits if they don't know the true.  See also

    - Does God Repent...? Can God Change His Mind...? [And an Utter Demolishment of the Humanistic Myth of Man’s “Free Will” and Arminianism], 506pp., 25.00 + P&H.  Dovetails nicely with God and Evil and The Sovereignty of God....  Lively, profound, revealing, thought provoking, convincing thought, logic, Scripture.  Exposes the subversion of true Christian faith in counter reformation re-introducing false theology of Origen and Pelagius and corruption of modern church by Jesuits and crypto-jews and terribly deceived humanists such as Scheiermacher, Kierkegaard, Spinoza, Barth, Schweitzer, Erasmus of Rotterdam, and many more, including undermining of Puritan church by Solomon Stoddard, and much more; also dissects the false theology from one chapter of two different books; one by Dr. Normal Geisler and one by Brother Andrew.

- “The Jukes” — A Study in Crime, Pauperism, Disease, and Heredity and Further Studies of Criminals (1877) Dugdale (Member of the Executive Committee of the Prison Association, New York), 121pp., pb., 12.50 + P&H.
This study focuses on one large family of New York State: descendants of an early settler, a Dutch backwoodsman, who had no religious inclination.  900 out of 1,000 to 1,200 family members were researched and interviewed.  An incredible number of criminals / degenerates / prostitutes proliferated this family.  God clearly said that He would visit the iniquity to the third and fourth generation of those who hate Him; but show mercy to a thousand generations of those who love Him and keep His Commandments. 1-58840-546-X

[In contradistinction (though not part of the study), the colonial minister Jonathan Edwards out of his 1,394 known- male descendants (at the time of the study), more than 300 became pastors, missionaries, or theological professors—that’s 21.5%!—and others were statesmen.]

- New Knowledge About Old Testament (1933) Sir Charles Marston, 182pp., pb., 16 00 + P&H. 1-58840-576-1

[I have already printed in pb. 2 other titles of his:

- The Bible Comes Alive (c.1924), Sir Charles Marston, xix pages (introduction) / 303pp. text / 40pp. of photos at the end, and also a few pages added by me of a photo/bio of the author; around 380pp., total, pb., 18.00 + P&H. (archaeology)

- New Bible Evidence: From the 1925-1933 Excavations (1934-1935), Sir Charles Marston (Eminent British archaeologist, owner of the Villiers motorcycle company), 264pp., pb., 16.50 + P&H.]

- The Tenure of Kings and Magistrates: A Thesis presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Yale University in Candidacy for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (1649) John Milton, Edited with Introduction and Notes by William Talbot Allison, B.D., Ph.D. (1911) 245pp., pb., 18.00 + P&H. 1-58840-543-5

[This is an excellent companion to, the main books used by the Founders of our nation to frame our Christian Government:

    - Aaron’s Rod Blossoming (1646) George Gillespie (minister at Edinburgh) 7.25 x 10.25 276pp., Hb., treatise on the Biblical view of separation of church and state; 20.00 + P&H.

    - The Civil Magistrates’ Power (1653 edition, modernly retype-set) Thomas Cobbett (introduction by Pastor John Weaver, who states, “Cobbett deals with the civil magistrate’s power based upon the bounds and grounds of Scripture. He lays down the Scriptural limitation of government and their authority.”); 170pp., Hb., 25.00 + P&H

    - Lex Rex (1644) Rutherford, 340p., Hb., (framers of Constitution drew idea “consent of governed” from here; rulers have authority from God, through people, only when rulers obey God) 22.00 + P&H.

    - Vindiciae Contra Tyrannos, a Defence of Liberty Against Tyrants, Or, of the Lawful Power of the Prince Over the People, and of the People Over the Prince (1579 Latin; 1689 English transl.; 1924 ed. modern type-face w/ hist. intro. by Laski) “Stephanus Junius Brutus,” pen name for Huguenot Reformer Hubert Languet; 229pp., original + Modern Publisher’s 18-page illustr. Hist. Intro. & Note Concerning author of 1924 Historical Intro., by R.A.B., pb., 18.00 + P&H.

    (The above 4 books are all in stock, but I only print the last one.)]

Thomas E. Watson (1856–1922) U. S. Senator, attorney, newspaper editor, historian, and author from Georgia, who was a firm Christian and wrote not only biographies (such as Jefferson, Jackson, and Napolean) but also on controversial topics.
Watson was honored with a 12-foot-high (3.7 m) bronze statue on the lawn of the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta over the legend “A champion of right who never faltered in the cause.”  In October 2013, Governor Nathan Deal signed an order for the relocation of the statue to Park Plaza, which is across the street from the Capitol. He said that the relocation was part of a renovation. On November 29, 2013, Watson's statue was removed from the steps of the state Capitol, and relocated across the street at Park Plaza.

- Some Collected Works of Thomas E. Watson - The Italian Pope’s Campaign Against Constitutional Rights of American Citizens (1915); Maria Monk and Her Revelations of Convent Crimes (1927 printing); Oath of 4th Degree Knights of Columbus: An Un-American Secret Society Bound to the Italian Pope, by Pledges of Treason and Murder (1928 ed.); The Roman Catholic Church: It’s Laws and Literature (1927 ed.); Roman Catholics in America Falsifying History and Poisoning the Minds of Protestant School Children (1928 ed.); Rome’s Law or Ours — Which? (1928 ed.); A Short History of the Papacy (1922); The Inevitable Crimes of Celibacy: Vices of Convents and Monasteries, Priests and Nuns (1916); What Goes On In the Nunneries and Is Your Brain For Sale? (1918); Will the U.S. Judiciary Permit, and the People Ratify, the Congressional Overthrow of Our Constitutional System of Government?: Mr. Watson’s Argument Against the Conscription Acts before Judge Emory Speer, at Mt. Airy, (August 18, 1917) The Watson Magazine (1916) — all in 1 6x9 386pp. pb.; 22.00 + P&H.  1-58840-579-6

Foreign Missions Exposed (1910) Thomas E. Watson, 144pp., rare, 16.50 + P&H.  1-58840-582-6

I’ve reprinted this one for a few decades:
The African: Also, Preliminary Report On The Atrocities Committed By The Congoese Army Against The White Population of Republic of The Congo before the Intervention of the Belgian Forces, Watson, 36pp., 4.00 + P&H.

- Thinking Black; 22 Years Without a Break in the Long Grass of Central Africa (1913) [reprinted by Negro Universities Press, NY, in 1969] Daniel Crawford [Daniel "Dan" Crawford (1870 – 1926), also known as 'Konga Vantu', was a Scottish missionary of the Plymouth Brethren in central-southern Africa], 504pp. + 20pp. photos, pb., 28.00 + P&H. I began reading this to see if it was worthwhile, as someone had told me about it. I find it very interesting, intriguing, enlightening, thought-provoking, entertaining, humorous, profound... to me, the book has a very odd tone of thought; if I can put my finger on it, I believe it seems as if he merely describes things and does not explain them; there is no explaining random chaos, there is only describing it... and that is all he can do with the topic at hand... he was a missionary, but one with honest insight into the blank mind of those primitives he was around... the book seems to begin with no purpose, no explanation, you just awake and find yourself in his safari trekking through the hot and humid bush... with his unique manners of description and humor and blunt insight. In the beginning he mentions the Portuguese he encountered in Mozambique at the first area from which he embarqued and noted how indolent the Portuguese were, and expressed that it was believed that they would not drink coffee for breakfast under the assumption it might keep them up the rest of the day. 1-58840-548-6

and Its sequel:

- Back to the Long Grass; My Link with Livingstone (1923) Daniel Crawford 373pp.+30pp.,photos, pb., 26.00 + P&H.   1-58840-549-4

for the  set 50.00 + P&H.

[Others of similar interest:

    - On the Edge of the Primeval Forest (1922) & More From the Primeval Forest (1931) & From My African Notebook (1938) Albert Schweitzer, 426pp., 3 books in 1 pb., with Biographical introduction and photos added, 26.00 + P&H. [“More from the Primeval Forest” was also once printed as “The Forest Hospital at Lambarene”.] Very fascinating books, give glimpses into the courage and patience of this great man (his poor theology and misguided altruism notwithstanding), as well as glimpses into the minds and natures of those he tried to help. Including extra photos and biographical introduction added.

    - Some Astute Observations Concerning the Peoples Encountered on an African Expedition while in Search of the Source of the Nile River (Excerpted from The Albert N’Yanza: The Great Basin of the Nile and Exploration of the Nile Sources) (c.1866) by Sir Samuel White Baker, edited by Robert Alan Balaicius, superbly shows the nature and character of the peoples he encountered, 88pp. 6.00 + P&H.  excellent! very eyeopening, highly recommended; fascinating info.

    (I do not print the below, but I stock it, excellent book)

    The Last Expedition: Stanley’s Mad Journey Through the Congo, Liebowitz; harrowing true story of Henry Morton Stanley’s final trek across Africa to rescue Emin Pasha, lieutenant of martyred General Gordon, governor of southern Sudan. The expedition lasted nearly three years and cost hundreds, perhaps thousands, of lives. Hb. 320pp., 26.00 + P&H; pb. 355pp., 16.00 + P&H incredible story.]

- A Dictionary of the Proper Names of the Old and New Testament Scriptures, Being an Accurate and Literal Translation from the Original Tongues (1909) a.k.a. A Dictionary of Scripture Proper Names, J. B. Jackson, 100pp., pb., 10.50 + P&H.  1-58840-575-3

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These I am considering reprinting these next.  INQUIRE if you are interested:

- Take Your Choice: Separation or Mongrelization (1947), Sen. (former Govr. of Miss.) Theod. Bilbo, 330pp., 20.00 + P&H.

- Tracing Your Ancestors (1934) Frederick Haberman,

- Plot Against Christianity (1963) Elizabeth Dilling, 261pp., 8½x11, pb., 20.00 + P&H. exposes Talmud.

- The Bible, the Scholar, and the Spade: A Summary of the Results of Modern Excavation and Discovery (1932) C. H. Irwin, M.A., D.D. (Irish minister, scholar, of Australia), 251pp., 18.00 + P&H.

- The Story of the Nations: Austria (1911) Whitman / McIlraith, 407pp.;

- The Story of the Nations: South Africa (1894) George M’Call Theal, D.Litt., LL.D., 452pp;

- Alleged Discrepancies of the Bible (1874), Hayley, 452pp., pb.,

- The Bible Is True: The Lessons of the 1925-1934 Excavations in Bible Lands Summarized and Explained (1934), Sir Charles Marston, c.300pp., pb., 18.00 + P&H. (Bible and archaeology)]

- Bittersweet Impressions & Inspirations, Robert Alan Balaicius, poems and a few short stories, 200+pp., pb.,

- Ulrich Zwingli: The Patriotic Reformer: A History (1868) Rev. William M. Blackburn, 324pp., pb.,

Some Miscellaneous Writings of Robert Alan Balaicius (may possibly work on vols. 2,3,4, c.550pp., each)

- Lost Tribes & the Saxons of the East & the Saxons of the West (1861) Dr. George Moore, M.D., 440pp., pb.,
26.00 + P&H.

- That Not One of These Little Ones Should Perish; first-time translation with annotations by Robert Alan Balaicius of Lithuanian Roman Catholic Priest Justinas B. Pranaitis (Author of Talmud Unmasked, who was murdered by the Bolsheviks when they took over) of his The Jewish Blood Secret: An Expert Opinion (Saint Petersburg, 1913)

If you are interested in any of the above, please email and let me know specifically WHICH titles and if you will actually order them once they are ready.


Added to inventory / back in stock

For Fear of the Jews, Stan Rittenhouse, 256pp., Hb. 25.00 + P&H (1st modern-day book anti-Zionism from Fundamentalist perspective)

The Priest, the Woman, and the Confessional (1875) Chiniquy (French-Canadian), 144pp., pb., 10.00 + P&H.

The Stranger in Our House (Obama), Seth Adamson, 29pp., 3.50 + P&H.

- The Mass Madness of Sept. 1938 — and Its Jewish Cause, Arnold Leese, 15pp., with added introduction for the 70th Anniversary of Kristallnacht, 3.00 + P&H.
Abraham to Paradise (c.1974?) Hiram J. Frost of Talent, Oregon, 44pp., 8.5x11, 8.00 + P&H; Christian Anglo-Israel

- Assyrian Invasions and Deportations of Israel (1937) J. Llewellyn Thomas, F. R. C. S., 47pp., 5.50 + P&H. (with added illustrations of archaeological monuments and statues of the Assyrian kings).

- Baptismal Regeneration: The Great Pagan Idol (1947) Rev. V. L. Peterson, 64pp., & Baptismal Regeneration and Use of Vow in Lutheranism, Catholicism, Judaism (1947) Rev. V. L. Peterson, 88pp., plastic comb-bound, 15.00 + P&H.

- A Brief Collection of some of the Short, Controversial Writings of: — The Duke of Bedford: Absurdity of the National Debt, 24pp., Some Critics’ Fallacies, 6pp., I Can’t Understand Finance!, 4pp., Is This Justice?, 36pp., Propaganda for Proper Geese (1944) 22pp. & The Duke of Northumberland: The Victories of Israel, 10pp., The First Jewish Bid for World Power (1930) Northumberland, 13pp., The Realities of the Situation (1922) 2pp. & Lord Sydenham of Combe: The Jewish World Problem (1921) 14pp., The Indian Danger (1922) 2pp.; — c.150pp., plastic comb-bound, including photos and brief biographies; [not yet complete, will be adding some more titles]

- The Cain-Satanic Seed Line & What Happened to Cain?, Bertrand Comparet, 32pp & 25pp., in 1 booklet, 5.00 + P&H.

- A Catalog of Hoaxes and the Reversal of Truth, Zebedee Shower, 41pp., (Protocols, slave trade, unity of races, God's Chosen people, Judaism, evolution, etc.), 4.50 + P&H.
- Christianity and Socialism (c.1938) by "Investigator", pub. by BIWF Canada, 19pp., 2.25 + P&H.

- A Collection of Some Tracts, Pamphlets, and Booklets by British Israel Association of Greater Vancouver in the 1920s to 1950s: Including— The Abomination of Desolation, 36pp.; The Acceptable Year of the Lord and the Day of Vengeance of Our God, 47pp.; And There Shall Be Signs in the Sun and in the Moon and in the Stars, 18pp.; Come My People: Enter Thou Into Thy Chambers, 18pp.; Comfort Ye, Comfort Ye My People, 17pp., w/ 35pp., notes by RAB; The Controversy of Zion, 38pp.; The Faces of the Cherubim or God’s Eternal Plan for His Israel, 8pp.; The Fall of Adam: It’s Consequences and Rectification, 8pp.; The Fast That I Have Chosen, 8pp.; For When They Shall Say Peace and Safety, 48pp.; The Greatest Free Offer Ever Made, 8pp.; The Hebrew Origin of the English Language, 15pp.; Higher Critical and Modern Apostacy, 10pp.; *Jehovah’s Truth versus Satan’s Lies [1.50], 12pp.; Look Up Israel, 10pp.; The Necessity For the Virgin Birth of Our Lord Jesus Christ, 13pp.; *Plans of the Synogogue of Satan [3.50], 34pp.; *The Red Shield or Know Your Enemy - With a Preface Consisting of Extracts from the Official Report of the U.S.A. - Intelligence on the Russian Communist Revolution of 1917 - Giving names of those financiers who financed it, and those who engineered it in Russia [3.00], 20pp.; Satan’s New Lie: “God Is Dead” or Satan’s Wishful Thinking, 22pp; Therefore My People Shall Know My Name, 20pp.; To Bring in Everlasting Righteousness, 11pp.; What Is His Name? and What is His Son’s Name?, 13pp.; The Zionist State Versus the Kingdom of God, 39pp;  pp. total;  plastic comb-bound (or will print in pb. with order of 20 copies).  * These titles I had prepared in their own booklets years ago, they are still available separately for the other price listed in [brackets], but I have added them to this collection.  620pp., plastic comb-bound, INQUIRE [Few more to be added] 30.00 + P&H.

- The Coronation Stone (c.1938) G. H. Thompson, 27pp., 3.00 + P&H.

- The Currency Conflict (1876) President James Garfield (murdered*) 34pp., 3.50 + P&H.  Very good, Garfield shows how paper money will destroy a nation.

    [* See also: Destiny of the Republic: A Tale of Madness, Medicine and the Murder of a President, Candice Millard, 432pp., pb., 17.00 + P&H. (doctors murdered President Garfield). ]

- The Dangerous Myth of Racial Equality: Genocide For the White Races? (1960) & The Equality Dogma Leads to Communism (c.1960) D. Watts, 31pp. & 16pp., two very rare titles in one booklet; 4.50 + P&H.

 - The “Dick” Bill and Comments - H.R. 11,654 - “A Bill to Promote the Efficiency of the Militia and for Other Purposes” -  To Supersede the Archaic Militia Laws of 1792 (1902) 30pp., stapleback booklet; 3.50 + P&H.  Un-repealable Bill in which gun rights cannot be abrogated and the militia is separate from the military and is comprised of all able-bodied men 18-45.

- Divine Healing in the Scriptures (c.1938) Rev. H.W.W. Bromwich, former field Secretary, BIWF, 24pp., 2.50 + P&H.

- An Exact Copy of the [William Dudley] Pelley Indictment for SEDITION (1942) 55pp., 7.00 + P&H.

- Going Ape Over Political, Academic, Journalistic, and Ecumenical “Monkeybusiness”: A Swiss Tale — My Tribute to and Prayer for Christendom, Balaicius, 84pp., 7.00 + P&H.  Satirical short story; exposé and explanation of the invasion of Christendom by the Third World; and the only solution.
- Gog — and After (1958) C. C. Ogilvy van Lennep, 16pp., 2.00 + P&H.

The Hidden Hand of Judah (1936) O. B. Good, M.A., 19pp., 2.50 + P&H.  [funny initials and name, when he acted up, I wonder if his mother said, "Oh be Good!" (author did not realize the Jews were not of Judah, but that they were Canaanites, but good info)

- The Immigration Threat, John Vinson, 45pp., 5.00 + P&H.

- Is Eisenhower a Communist? No, But... (c.1960), Gerald L.K. Smith, 48pp., 5.00 + P&H.

- Israel and the Prophets (c.1925) Wm. A Newcourt, 11pp., 1.50 + P&H.

- The Jewish Problem as Dealt With by the Popes & The Holy See and the Jews (a.k.a. “Judaism and the Papacy”) by Monsignor Ernest Jouin (1844-1932), 22pp., 2.50 + P&H.

- The Judah Sanctuary and the Israel Dominion (1936) Rev. Claud Coffin, 12pp., 1.50 + P&H.

- The Menace of Political Zionism to Judaism and World Peace (1947) Dr. I. M. Rabinowitch, 32pp., 3.50 + P&H.  (written by a jew for a british israel group that believed jews were judah, so most likely to contain error along with truth).

- A Methodist's View of Romanism (1973) Robert J. Bradford, 40pp., + complementary and corrective notes by Robert Alan Balaicius, 88pp., total, 6.00 + P&H.  [Reverend Robert Jonathan Bradford (8 June 1941 – 14 November 1981) was a Methodist Minister and a Vanguard Unionist and Ulster Unionist Member of Parliament for the Belfast South constituency in Northern Ireland until his assassination by the Provisional Irish Republican Army on 14 November 1981. He was described as a religious and political hardliner, identifying with British Israelism. In one of his speeches he said the causes of the problems in Northern Ireland were down to the Roman Catholic Church, Marxism, and ecumenical confusion.]

- The New Communist Propaganda Line on Religion - Hearing before the Committee on Un-American Activities, House of Representives, Ninetieth Congress, First Session, August 10, 1967, testimony of Rev. Richard Wurmbrandt, 54pp., 5.50 + P&H

    * Jewish Romanian Christian pastor incarcerated and tortured for 18 years; see his short autobiography, "Tortured For His Faith" 146pp., pb., 8.00 + P&H.).

- New World - New Men -New Age (c.1945) Henry Houghton, 37pp., 4.00 + P&H.

- The Offensive Phase - The Historic Speech Delivered by General Smuts to Members of the Two Houses of Parliament on Wednesday, October 21st, 1942, 8pp., 1.25 + P&H

- Our Lord Demands Pure Worship From A Pure Race: Brief Highlights of European Tour.  A Study of Races and False Worship (c.1960), 40pp., 5.00 + P&H (Fitch was a poor thinker and had some false doctrine, but has some good info if you want to sift through).

- The Piracy of the U.S. Constitution: History of the 13th Amendment, Dunn & Dodge, 46pp., inquire

- The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, Translated into Russian by Nilus (1905), into English by Marsden (1922), 72pp., 6.00 + P&H.

- Ravening Wolves (1949) Monica Farrell (Australia), 64pp., 6.00 + P&H.  Exposes crimes of Catholics.  Reportedly a murder attempt was made on her life and when the books arrived by ship, reportedly RC dockworkers in Melbourne were told to refuse to unload the books.  Details crimes in Europe, specifically Serbia / Croatia, and Catholic persecution of and subversion and conspiracies against Protestants in England, Europe, Australia.
- Salvation, Blessing, and Prosperity (1940), B-I Ass. of Vancouver, 32pp., 3.50 + P&H.

- Segregation or Death, Kasper, 15pp., 1.50 + P&H.

- The Staggering Cost of Israel to Americans (2013), Pamela Olson, 18pp., 2.00 + P&H.

- Untaught History of Money (1938) A.N. Field, 36pp., 3.50 + P&H.
- What Is British-Israel? (1939) Dorothy E. Abraham, 62pp., 5.50 + P&H.

- Why Civilizations Collapse (1965) Attorney Drew Smith, 80pp., 10.00 + P&H.  chapters: Why Did Mighty Egyptian Civilization Perish? Racial Amalgamation in India, Harmful Effect of Miscegenation in Brazil, Race, Color & Chaos, Russia, Communism & Race, Rising Tide of Asiatic Immigration, Colonization: The Solution to the Problem. [ready in a week or so]

- A Defence of Armageddon or Our Country Foretold in the Holy Scriptures & The Battle of Armageddon or the World's Last Conflict Between Civil and Religious Liberty on the One Side, and Political and Ecclesiastical Despotism on the Other — In two discourses delivered in the Capitol of the United States, at the request of several Members of Congress, on the anniversary of Washington’s birthday, 1857 (1862) by Rev. F. E. Pitts of Nashville, Tennessee, 82pp., (reprinted by some as “The U.S.A. in Bible Prophecy”); this edition was reprinted from the 11th edition by Rev. C. O. Stadsklev and contains his 4-page introduction. 6.00 + P&H.
- The Red Betrayal of our Churches Elizabeth Dilling, 30pp., booklet 3.00 + P&H.  Very good presentation of Communist infiltration of Church and State 80 years ago.  Well worth reading and distributing.

- America's So Great A Salvation (1963) Wesley Swift, retypeset with corrective and complementary notes by R.A.B., 30pp. 3.50 + P&H.

- Admiral Nimitz and the United Nations (c.1960?) Marilyn B. Allen, 11pp., pamphlet 1.00 + P&H

- Are The Prophets Reliable? Henry Houghton, 8pp., 1.25 + P&H

- The Authoritarian State (1961) John Tyndall, British National Party, 23pp., 3.00 + P&H.

- Censored History (1974) Eric D. Butler, 48pp., 5.00 + P&H

- Esther: A Keystone of the Bible Goard, 8pp., 1.25 + P&H.

- How Old Is British-Israel Truth? (c.1960) Thomas Ransom, BIWF Canada, 16pp., 2.00 + P&H.

- I Love America Series No. 19: Open Letter on the ADL of B’nai B’rith (So That People May Know), March 1963, 27pp., pamphlet, 2.75 + P&H.

- The Middle East Unwrapped (1984), Ivor Benson (South Africa), 13pp., booklet, 1.50 + P&H.

- Militarism: The New Slavery for America (1955) John T. Flynn, 15pp., 2.00 + P&H.

- National Moral Restoration (c.1950), Rev. Rupert C. Thomas, 17pp., 1.75 + P&H.

- The Origin and Progress of World Revolution (1920/1921) Nesta Webster, 16pp., 1.50 + P&H.

- The President Knows (1938) Harrison Fargo McConnell (Attorney for the Silvershirt Legion of America), 46pp., 7x8.5 booklet, 7.50 + P&H. Various things of the FDR era.

- Red Dragon and the Black Shirts: How Italy Found Her Soul: The True Story of the Fascisti Movement (1922) Sir Percival Phillips 72pp., 7.00 + P&H.

- Reds Behind Open Immigration, Col. Archibald Roosevelt (patriotic son of Teddy), 21pp., 2.00 + P&H.

- The Reformed Faith in the Modern World (c.1940) Floyd E. Hamilton, M.A., B.D., Th.M., 36pp., 3.50 + P&H (also contained in the Reformation Collection #3).

- Render to Caesar (1931) Rev. Charles Coughlin, 16pp., 1.50 + P&H.

- The Stem of Jesse and the Royal Line (1947) Henry Houghton, 35pp., 4.00 + P&H.

- A Survey of the Racial Issue (1958), Rev. James P. Dees, 8pp., 1.25 + P&H.

- The Truth About the Protocols, Gerald Winrod, 56pp., 5.50 + P&H.

- Undermine Their Culture and a People Perishes in South Africa... and Everywhere, Stephanie Schoeman (originally 8.5x11 from 1980s or so; retypeset, put into booklet form; including extra added information and photos), 19pp., 2.00 + P&H

- What of the Night? (c.1950) Victoria British-Israel Association, 31pp, 3.00 + P&H.

- Why Do Christians Observe Pagan Customs? (c.1950) Theodore Fitch, 32pp., 3.50 + P&H.

Titles added to the catalog or back in stock

- Chronological History of Money Since Babylon (1969) Wycliffe Vennard, 60pp., 5.00 + P&H.

The Jewish Mafia: The Great International Predators by Hervé Ryssen (France). Translated by Carlos Whitlock Porter, 6 x 9, 381 pages, 35.00 + P&H. SHOULD BE IN STOCK IN ABOUT A WEEK

- The Murder of Andrei Yushchinsky (1917) G.G. Zamyslovsky, translated from Russian inte English, 486pp., 6x9 pb., 25.00 + P&H.

Shortly before World War I, the Russian Empire was shaken by the bestial murder of Andrei Yushchinsky, a 13-year-old boy, whose exsanguinated body, bearing all the traces of a Jewish ritual murder, was found in March 1911 on the outskirts of Kiev. The ensuing trial, held in the autumn of 1913, attracted wide attention not only in Russia, but also in Europe and even in the USA. A Jew named Mendel Beilis was the only defendant. Although he was eventually acquitted by the jury, the same verdict also said that it was basically a ritual murder, one committed at a Jewish brick factory. This book was written by G.G. Zamyslovsky, a member of the Russian State Duma, who served as a civil prosecutor (or “civil plaintiff”) at the Beilis trial. In addition to the description of Yushchinsky’s murder, it contains a lot of other valuable information, including a detailed account of two famous ritual murder trials which took place in the Russian towns of Velizh and Saratov in the 19th century.
Jewish Ritual Murder — A Historical Investigation (1943) Hellmut Schramm, Ph.D., translated from the German, 477pp., 6x9 pb., 25.00 + P&H.

The fact of Jewish Ritual Murder (JRM), happening at least occasionally or sporadically, has been established beyond doubt via church and secular records throughout ancient, medieval and modern times, including formal juridical proceedings. This book by Hellmut Schramm, Ph.D., forms an exposition of those records and is a valuable addition to the historiography on this subject. Completed in 1941 and published 1943-44 in Germany during the National Socialist regime, it was produced in an atmosphere obviously conducive to free historical inquiry on this otherwise forbidden “third-rail” topic. This edition is based on an earlier version posted on the Web but has been enhanced substantially with an expanded bibliography, more graphics and the addition of a section featuring text from Eisenmenger’s magnum opus, Entdecktes Judenthum. It has been produced with the express permission and cooperation of the original translator.

- A Memorandum on Ritual Murders: A Study of the Murders of Christian Babies and the Use of their Blood by the Jews (1844) Dr. Vladimir Ivanovich Dal, (author of Russia’s famous Dal Living Dictionary) 141pp., 6x9 pb., 15.00 + P&H.  [I had offered this book, in a comb-bound format, under the title, “Searching For the Jews Who Murder Gentile Babies and How These Jews Use the Babies’ Blood, Printed by order of Minister of Domestic Affairs, Russia”, but this is a new and professional translation in paperback.

American Pravda: My Fight for Truth in the Era of Fake, James O'Keefe, 320pp., Hb., retail 27.00; my price 20.00 + P&H

The True Story of Fake News: How Mainstream Media Manipulates Millions - Mark Dice, 330pp., pb., retail 18.00; my price 16.50 + P&H

Andrew the Great: The Heroic Story of Andrew Jackson That "They" Don't Want You to Know (March 2018), Mike King, 180pp., 8.5x11, pb., large print, 18.12 + P&H.

Who was Andrew Jackson? We see him every time an ATM spews out a bunch of $20 bills for us; and again and again when we spend those same bills. We hear or repeat his name, though perhaps not knowingly, whenever the well-known towns of Jacksonville, Florida or Jackson, Mississippi are mentioned; or any of the 14 towns and 22 counties throughout America which also bear his name. Beyond being the 7th President of the United States, this Andrew Jackson fellow sure must have been a man of some great accomplishment and significance -- and indeed he was. In addition to being able to identify his face on the most commonly circulated currency bill in America, and reciting the fact that he was a U.S. President, the “man-in-the-street,” assuming he was awake during his schooling years, would probably be able to tell you that Jackson, as a general during the War of 1812, was the hero who defeated superior British forces at the Battle of New Orleans. On the negative side of Jackson’s ledger, this same “average Joe,” will also tell you that Jackson, a slave-owner, tormented and terrorized the Indians by marching them off of their lands and westward on “The Trail of Tears.” (sniffle sniffle) But given Jackson’s status as an immortalized “super-hero” of American history – yet fast becoming a “super-villain” -- there has got to be more to his story than most people know. There has also has got to be a reason, other than simply the passage of time, as to why fewer and fewer people today even know about the heroic deeds which made him a legend. And there must also be a reason why so many young people have become more familiar with his alleged mistreatment of the oh-so-blameless and gentle “Native Americans” than anything else he did. Would you believe that the culture-defining “powers that be” which today control academia, banking, media and even entertainment are the direct linear business/political descendants of -- and in at least one significant case, the actual direct genetic descendants of -- the corrupt elites which the dauntless Andrew Jackson battled and defeated during his presidency? It’s true, and it’s one of the greatest stories no longer told. It is the true story of Andrew the Great. Enjoy.

Anglo-Saxon Bishops, Kings, and Nobles: The Succession of the Bishops and the Pedigrees of the Kings and Nobles (1899) William George Searle, 470pp., pb., 16.00 + P&H.  (some text is small and a magnifying glass would be necessary on the pages with fine print on certain genealogical charts.  This of course has more data, but I believe the genealogical charts I compiled for the various Anglo-Saxon-Norse Monarchies of Early Britain in the Story of the Nations series are much better.

- Here I Stand: Life of Martin Luther (1950) Roland H. Bainton, 441pp., Hb., 20.00 + P&H.  SUPERB.

- The House of Government: A Saga of the Russian Revolution, Yuri Slezkine, 1104pp., Hb., 40.00 + P&H.

- Secret Empires: How the American Political Class Hides Corruption and Enriches Family and Friends, Peter Schweizer, 336pp., Hb, 23.00 (reg. 29.00) + P&H.

- Slavery Was not the Cause of the War Between the States: The Irrefutable Argument, Gene Kizeer, 324pp., pb., 22.00 + P&H.

- Travels From Ocean to Ocean: Being the Narrative of a Twelve Years Ramble and What Was Seen and Experienced (1882) Amos Gottschall, 287pp., pb., 25.00 + P&H. (same author whose book I reprinted--see below--Selections from the Latter Testimonies and Dying Words of Saints and Sinners:)

I've stocked books by Dr. Boys for a quarter century... I may not have some in stock, so if anyone wants any, let me know in advance, thanks.

books by Dr. Don Boys, Ph.D.

Pilgrims, Puritans & Patriots Our Christian Heritage: This book was the basis for the author’s Ph.D. dissertation and basically deals with colonial history. One leading American editor said of this book: “The amount of information in this book that is not in a typical history book is astounding.”  $9.00

The God-Haters: Angry Atheists, Shallow Scholars, Silly Scientists, Pagan Preachers, and Embattled Evolutionists Declare War on Christians!
The God-Haters Angry Atheists, Shallow Scholars, Silly Scientists, Pagan Preachers, and Embattled Evolutionists are, of necessity, attacking the Bible for if they can denounce, deny, distort, and denigrate it, they will win more converts to atheism. They have been waging this war for a few years and most of us have ignored their books, television interviews, and university debates because they have just been more of the typical dog and pony shows that the most fanatical God haters have created for centuries. They want a fight, and while I consider atheists to be unimpressive fools, I’m willing to take them on. No quarter asked or given. 304 pages  $21.95

Islam: America’s Trojan Horse!  New Edition: over 300 pages, expanded and updated. A shocking, timely book dealing with the most important issue of our time—Islam and terror. Dr. Harold Willmington of Liberty University said: “In my opinion this is the most concise, yet complete overview of the evils of the Muslim faith in print today. It is a book that must be read by every American.”  $18.00

Evolution: Fact, Fraud, or Faith?  A book that answers questions that evolutionists can’t answer!  Dr. Duane Gish, famous creation scientists said in the book’s foreword: “If you appreciate a hard-hitting attack on the religion of evolution dressed up in scientific clothes, you will enjoy this book in which Dr. Boys documents the fact that the emperor has no clothes at all.” $15.00

AIDS: Silent Killer!  The author takes on the politicians, the medical establishment, and the homosexual lobby and takes positions that were ridiculed when the book was published since it was not politically correct. Some of his recommendations have since been accepted by the same crowd that ridiculed him! Had the author’s recommendations been accepted in the early days of the plague, hundreds of thousands of people could have been saved.  $12.00

Is God a Right-Winger? This book is one of the most controversial books you will ever read. Boys, in 18 hard-hitting chapters, deals with the hottest issues facing Americans today. Where do you stand on some of the most controversial issues? This book will help you decide. Pungent! Persuasive! Provocative! $9.00

Liberalism: A Rope of Sand - The author faced in the Indiana House of Representatives many social and moral issues dealt with in this book. This book is likely to produce one of two reactions: either you will love it or you will hurl it to the floor and kick it! Either way, this book will make your adrenaline flow, your brain hum and your blood boil.”  $9.00

Christian Resistance - An Idea Whose Time Has Come—Again!: In this book the author calls Christians to responsible militancy giving some guidelines how Christians should react when the laws of man conflict with the Bible.  Vital for today!  $8.00


Printed in paperback in the last batch

What the Devil? - What the Hell? A Comprehensive Study Identifying Angels, Satan, the Devil, Evil Spirits, Demons, Fallen Angels, and Hell, Balaicius, 798 pages, pb., 40.00 + P&H.  The most-comprehensive scholastic work on this topic ever made.  In a day in which "Christians" are jettisoning doctrine after doctrine, unless the discard the Bible entirely as the only source of doctrine, they will not be able to refute the wealth of evidence contained in this book.

- Legends of the Shawangunk (Shon Gum) and Its Environs, Including historical sketches, biographical notices, and thrilling border incidents and adventures relating to those portions of the counties of Orange, Ulster and Sullivan lying in the Shawangunk Region (1887) Philip Henry Smith (born 1842) 200pp., 7x10 pb., Also briefly mentions a few stories of Tom Quick, 22.00 + P&H.

- On the Side of the Angels: The Story of the Angels at Mons; A Reply to Arthur Machen’s “The Bowmen” (1915) Begbie, 126pp., Story of what some claim to be angelic intervention at battle of English Forces against Germans in France; others claim it “legendary” or war-time “propaganda”. (Without having read the book, I personally would doubt the story is factual, based on the report that one British officer or soldier cried out to St. George to help them; saints in Heaven don’t help anyone and if we pray to them then I doubt Christ will deliver idolators). 158pp., pb., 14.00.  (with photo and biography of the author and his nemesis, and preface by modern publ.)


    of similar interest:

    - We Have a Guardian, Grant, (God’s Divine intervention on the behalf of Britain in war) 64pp., 8.00 + P&H.

    - Bullet-Proof George Washington, Barton (moving accounts/God’s protection) 68pp., pb., 7.00 + P&H.

    [Simon Kenton, American frontiersman (see Narratives of America: The Frontiersman, Eckert) and Gen. George Armstrong Custer (See Custer, Wert) also had bullet holes through their coats and even had musket pistols shoved into their chest and fired, but misfired, in many battles.  I've read both of the below and they are excellent.  Kenton was my wife's 7x great-uncle, who saved the life of my great-cousin Daniel Boone; and Custer was also a cousin of mine.]

    - The Frontiersman (conquest of America’s NW Territory: today’s northern mid-west) Narratives of America Series by Allan Eckert; gripping historical novels based wholly on fact; depict how life really was, extol some great Americans usually overlooked in history.  (6 books in the series; inquire); this one covers the wars against British & indians, centered around Simon Kenton; greatest frontiersman/pioneer greater than Daniel Boone (saved Boone’s life few times), great man, God watched over him even as Washington in battle.  Little taught nowadays, incredible man - a true legend.  One of only 2 men who could fire and reload and fire musket while running full speed.  I highly recommend this book.  One of best I have ever read.  One of only men in history to have survived any (let alone numerous times the) running of Indian gauntlet; British/French treachery, frontier-life, Indian Wars, American independence; 626pp., large-size pb., 19.00; incredible!  A must!

    - Custer: The Controversial Life of George Armstrong Custer, Wert, 464pp., pb., 24.00 (reg 28.00) + P&H; or very good/like new used Hb. for 28.00 + P&H.


- Puritan Pronaos: Intellectual Life of New England in the Seventeenth Century (1936) Morison, 281pp., to which has been added Paul Revere’s Own Account of His Midnight Ride - April 18-19, 1775, with a Short Account of His Life, 12pp., by Morison; as well as photo and brief biog. of Morison added; 300 pages, 6x9, pb., 18.50 + P&H.

- Selections from the Latter Testimonies and Dying Words of Saints and Sinners: Being the Closing Expressions of Nearly Seventeen Hundred Persons, Believers and Unbelievers (1898; 1900 edition) compiled by Amos Haverstick Gottschall, 220pp., + 6 pages of family biography of the author; pb., 14.00 + P&H. I have enlarged the text of this book 150% for this edition. It was originally a hand-sized (3.75”x6”) hardback with very small print (8 point?).

    [this is a main source from which Lockyer and Myers drew their information in their books (also available)

    - Voices from the Edge of Eternity (1968; 2012 printing) John Myers, 256pp., pb., 15.00 + P&H.

    - Words of Sinners and Saints: 700 Final Quotes from the Famous, the Infamous, and the Inspiring Figures of History (1969; 2000 printing) Herbert Lockyer, 240pp., pb., 14.00 + P&H.]

also in stock: Heritage of Evidence: In the British Museum, Peter Masters, pb.,  12.00 + P&H, beautiful glossy paper and full color photos throughout, a bargain at this price. Publisher Marketing: In today's atheistic climate most people have no idea how much powerful evidence exists for the literal accuracy and authenticity of the biblical record. The British Museum holds a huge number of discoveries that provide direct corroboration and background confirmation for an immense sweep of Bible history. This survey of Bible-authenticating exhibits has been designed as a guide for visitors, and also to give pleasure and interest to readers unable to tour the galleries. It is also most suitable for people who need to see the accuracy and inspiration of the Bible. The 'tour' followed here started life over 40 years ago and has been used by thousands of people. Almost every item viewed on the tour receives a full colour photograph. Room plans are provided for every gallery visited showing the precise location of artifacts, and time-charts relate the items to contemporary kings and prophets. The book is enriched by pictures and descriptions of famous 'proofs' in other museums also.

    See also my reprints:

    - The Bible and Archaeology (c.1940), Sir Frederick Kenyon (head of the British Museum), 310pp., pb., + dozens of photos, 22.00 + P&H. (very rare) - firm believer in the veracity of the Bible.

    - The Bible Verified (1890), Rev. Andrew W. Archibald, 256pp., 18.00 + P&H.

    - Diggers For Facts: The Bible in the Light of Archaeology (1940), J.O. Kinnaman, Ph.D., 239pp., pb., 20 00 + P&H.

    - Amazing Story How Archaeology Proves Bible is True (1943) Charles Sabiers, 89pp., pb., 11 50 + P&H.

    and titles by Sir Charles Marston mentioned above

- Evolution or Creation? (c.1930) Sir Ambrose Fleming (English physicist) 114pp., pb., 12.00 + P&H.  (Fleming did not believe in Adamic origin of all races)

- The Origin of Mankind Viewed from the Standpoint of Revelation and Research (1935) 160pp., pb., Sir Ambrose Fleming (eminent physicist) 15.00 + P&H. (Fleming did not believe in Adamic origin of all races)

- Amazing Story How Archaeology Proves Bible is True (1943) Karl G. Sabiers, 89pp., pb., 11.50 + P&H.

- The True Story of the Babylonian Captivity: A Challenge to Commentators (1904) “Lumen” (Major Jonathan Samuels) 171pp.; 18.00 + P&H. very rare [E. W. Bullinger consulted the works of Samuels for material in numerous appendices in his Companion Bible.  Samuels was a Christian Anglo-Israel believer.]

The Crime of ‘20: The Unpardonable Sin of “Frenzied Finance,” (1922) 267pp.; The Calamity of ‘30: Its Cause and the Remedy (1931) 61pp.; The Corruption of America (1943) 89pp.; 3 rare titles by Judge G. W. Armstrong in 1 paperback; 434pp., 24.00 + P&H.

    I have already printed this also: The Zionists (1950) and Zionist Wall Street (1949) by Judge George W. Armstrong, with added illustrations 242pp., pb. 18.00 + P&H.

The Story of the Nations: Poland (1893) Morfill, 389pp., pb., + 34 pages added by R.A.B., about the author; about the illustrator of the cover; and detailed genealogies of the rulers of Poland from A.D. 550-1815, with 76 illustrations, 450pp. total; 24.00 + P&H.

The Story of the Nations: The Balkans: Roumania, Bulgaria, Servia, and Montenegro (1896), Miller, 506pp., pb., 26.00 + P&H.


The below are also being considered (Inquire if interested and state WHICH):

The Story of the Nations: Australian Commonwealth and New Zealand (1893) Tregarthen, 444pp.;

The Story of the Nations: Bohemia (1896) Maurice, 565pp.;

The Story of the Nations: Canada (1896) Bourinot, 463pp.;

The Story of the Nations: The Crusades: The Story of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem (1894) Archer / Kingsford, 522pp., (by “Latin Kingdom”, the Roman Kingdom is what is meant).

The Story of the Nations: Russia (1893) Morfill, 394pp.;

The Story of the Nations: The Thirteen Colonies (1901) Helen Ainslie Smith (originally in 2 volumes, 980pp total);

The Story of the Nations: Tuscan Republics and Genoa

Heroes of the Nations: Alfred the Great

Heroes of the Nations: Robert the Bruce

Heroes of the Nations: Robert E Lee

Heroes of the Nations: Canute the Great

Heroes of the Nations: William the Conqueror

these will be in preparation (inquire if interested)

St. Paul in Britain: Founding of the British Israelitish Church as Opposed to the Gentile Papal Church at Rome (1938 / 1860) D. Paul Ziegler and Robert William Morgan 199pp., (Torch Publishing Society, Washington D.C.); others who reprinted this modernly reprinted an abbreviated edition.  This edition is actually an expanded edition, with material added by Ziegler

Israel: Past, Present, Future (1929) D. Paul Ziegler, 484pp., (Torch Publishing Society, Lawrenceburg, Indiana)

Lifting of the Veil, Blindness Removed from the Eyes of Israel (1939) D. Paul Ziegler, 106pp., (Torch Publishing Society, Washington D.C.)

Why Not Successful Workers Together (1929) D. Paul Ziegler, 170pp., (Torch Publishing Society, Lawrenceburg, Indiana)

Our Nationalities: Who Are the Irish?; Who Are the Scotch?; Who Are the Welsh?; Who Are the English? (c.1880), James Bonwick, 532pp., pb., (Stonebuilders; Crannog Race; Iberian Irish; Nemedian Irish; Fomorian Irish; Firbolg Irish; Tuath-De-Danaan Irish; Milesian Irish; Fenian Irish; Phoenician Irish; Celtic Irish; Picts and Scots; Ancient Names of Ireland; Tara and Dublin Past; Stone of Destiny; Irish Round Towers; Romans, Britons, Danish, Saxons; Irish Women; Irish Literature; Ancient Irish Religion; Old Irish Laws; English; Norman; Ulster).

Charles W. Quantrell: A History of His Guerrilla Warfare on the Missouri and Kansas Border During the Civil War (1923) John P. Burch as told by Captain Harrison Trow, 268pp. pb.,

Hermes Scythicus: Or, the Radical Affinities of the Greek and Latin Languages to the Gothic: Illustrated from the Moeso-Gothic, Anglo-Saxon, Francic, Alemannic, Suio Gothic, Islandic &c. A Dissertation On the Historical Proofs of the Scythian Origin of the Greeks (1814) John Jamieson, D.D., 394pp.,

Inquire if interested in any of the above


Now Ready

Sacred Truth Expository Commentary on Ecclesiastes, 554pp., pb,.  30.00 + P&H.  One of the hardest I ever had to write; one of the most-controversial, challenging.

Sacred Truth Expository Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews, Balaicius, 632pp., pb., 30.00 + P&H.

- Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Romans, Balaicius, 758pp., pb., Possibly the only correct commentary since Paul wrote his epistle...
chapter by chapter, verse by verse... shows the “Gentiles” and “Greeks were the Israelites of the dispersion, identifies all
the Old Testament quotations and allusions made by Paul, shows that Paul in no way suggested that the law was abolished,
or changed, or that it was “optional”; lays bare the error of anti-Paulines and defends Paul’s identity and office. Shows
the correct method of Biblical interpretation will prevent/dispell all false interpretations and false doctrine, also shows how
many people, for some reason, read truth backwards and confuse themselves, and also misunderstand things because they
focus on a minor point of a passage, rather than the major point; and often like a deer in headlights, focus on what they
do not understand instead of focusing on what they do understand while meditating until God gives greater light on what
they don't understand. Ties in a plethora of Old and New Testament Scripture. One of my most important works. 40.00
+ P&H.

- Calling the Remnant of Christendom: Come Out From Among Them and Be Ye Separate...!, Balaicius, 88pp., stapleback,.  6.00 + P&H.

These will be 2 of the most powerful books on race from a Biblical perspective.  Both contained significant error, but served as an excellent springboard to introduce Biblical truth and to show how to recognize truth from error and BIBLICALLY DEFEND the truth through the addition of my very detailed corrective notes.

    Races in Chaos (1959) by W. G. Finlay (South Africa) 74 pages., with Notes Corrective and Complementary by Robert Alan Balaicius, total of 214pp, 6x9 pb.,  16.50 + P&H.

    Kind Unto Kind: Race Mixing from God's Viewpoint (c.1977) Researched by Mrs. Idris W. Howard, 140pp., published by the Thunderbolt, Marietta, GA.  Goes through the Bible from Gen. to Rev. quoting passages with her comments in between and sometimes Introductory; also included is a bonus rare title, The Role of the Mixed Multitude (1976) by Mrs. E.G. Lake (Edna G. Gainer), 25pp.; with Notes Corrective and Complementary by Robert Alan Balaicius,  paperback, 6x9, total 524 pages. 27.50 + P&H.

Apologetic Expositions [Thorough, Consistent, Logical Studies Concerning the Exclusive, Irrevocable  Promises which God Gave to His People Israel: Proving God’s Word Does Not Change or Contradict Itself; Refuting Popular, Modernist Interpretations of Seemingly-Isolated Passages of Scripture that are Grossly Taken Out of Context or “Spiritualized” into Inefficacy]

Apologetic Expositions: John 4 - The Samaritan Woman at the Well and the Samaritan Leper —Israelites Living in Samaria, Balaicius, 46pp., 4.50 + P&H

II Corinthians 3, Robert Alan Balaicius; 88pp., 6.00 + P&H.  Also highlights of every chapter of I and II Corinthians to show internal consistency and focus and detailed exegesis of chapter 3 to show that the law / Covenant replaced by a better one is ONLY referring to the sacrificial system; not the entire Law of God and not the Abrahamic Covenant; ties in with many other passages from O & N T.

Galatians 3 (also containing an overview of the entire book of Galatians), showing the Law was not abolished and the "Gentiles" and "Greeks" are the Israelites of the dispersion; Robert Alan Balaicuis, 88pp., 6.00 + P&H

The others in the series are same page count and price: 1. Isaiah 56; 2. Acts 15; 3. Acts 13; ]

- Bible Lessons to Nourish Growing Minds: Psalm 37, Balaicius, 160pp., 8.5x11, pb., 16.00 + P&H. verse by verse commentary for youth; also of interest to adults, who will also be able to learn a lot from it.

- Bible Lessons To Nourish Growing Minds: Lessons From Nature, Balaicius; well illustrated, teaches children how to understand the Bible
& apply it to daily lives through animals & nature; 8½x11, 80pp., pb., 12 00 + P&H. Endorsed by Dr. D. James Kennedy.



Story of the Nations: Early Britain (1889) Alfred J. Church, 382pp. + many dozen pages of genealogical charts and illustrations added by the modern publisher, 478pp. total, 24.00 + P&H. (I spent about 80 hours on detailed genealogical charts which I have added throughout this edition, the kings of East Anglia, Wessex, Sussex, Northumberland, Mercia, etc., and other historical information and added illustrations).

Story of the Nations: The Franks (1898) Lewis Sergeant, 343pp., pb., 22.00 + P&H.

Story of the Nations: Germany (1887) Sabine Baring-Gould, 437pp., pb., 24.00 + P&H.

Story of the Nations: The Goths (1891) Bradley, 376pp., pb., 24.00 + P&H.

The Story of the Nations: Ireland (1891) Hon. Emily Lawless, 434pp., with many added illustrations book total around 500pp. pb., 24.00 + P&H.

Story of the Nations: The Normans (1886), Jewett, xvpp./373pp., Norse origins to settlement in Normandie, conquest of England, Italy, Sicily; pb., 2400 + P&H.

Story of the Nations: Scotland (1893), Mackintosh, 336pp., pb., w/ many added illustrations  of all the kings of Scotland; 22.00 + P&H.

Story of the Nations: Wales (1902) Owen M. Edwards, 421pp., + dozens of pages of illustrations and genealogical charts added by modern publisher, 478pp., total,  24.00 + P&H.

The Power of Prayer — Illustrated in the Wonderful Displays of Divine Grace at the Fulton Street and Other Meetings in New York and Elsewhere, in 1857 and 1858 (1858) Samuel Irenaeus Prime, 250pp., 6x9 pb., with notes by Robert Alan, Balaicius, 16.50 + P&H.

    I recommend these books as well, which are on similar topics as Power of Prayer:

    - Sounds From Heaven: The Revival on the Isle of Lewis, 1949-1952, Peckham, 280pp., pb., 15.00 + P&H. (Hebrides, Scotland)

    - In the Day of Thy Power: The Scriptural Principles of Revival, Arthur Wallis, 297pp., pb., 15 00 + P&H. This is a book on God moving in His Spirit to bring them to repentance, not a book about “revival meetings.” An incredible book.

    - Autobiography of George Mueller, 237pp., pb., 900 + P&H (abridged) A MUST!  Greatest man of faith of the modern era.

    I print these below:

    - Stories of Great Revivals with Contributions on Revival Work (1906) Henry Johnson, Canon Aitken, F.B. Meyer, Stuart Holden, Gipsy Smith; c.420pp., pb., 25 00 + P&H. Chapters: Evangelical Revival of 18th Century England; Evangelical Revival of 18th Century Scotland; Evangelical Revival of 18th Century Wales; Evangelical Revival of 18th Century Ireland; Awakenings of 1858-1862 England, of 1858-1862 Scotland, of 1858-1862 Wales, of 1858-1862 North of Ireland; Work of Moody & Sankey 1873 - 1875; 1881-1884; Revival in Wales, 1904-1905; Torry-Alexander Mission, 1903-1905.

    - History of Puritans & Pilgrim Fathers (1888) which incorporates: The Puritans in England (1849), W.H. Stowell, & The Pilgrim Fathers (1849), D. Wilson, 508pp.; with 230pp. (500 hours of research and writing) of historical and theological introduction to the Reformers, Puritans, Pilgrims, Nonconformists, Covenanters, the Westminster Assembly, the history of the Anglican Church and Presbyterian Church in England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, the Anglican Church and monarchs of Britain in their persecution of those Protestants who disagreed with the Anglican Church’s Catholic ritual, and an insightful look at the Great Awakening and revivals in England, Ireland, Scotland (and its Isle of Lewis), Wales, and New England; with over 800 short biographies and over 250 illustrations added; by Balaicius; total c.740pp.; the print of reprinted titles was small, I expanded it to 7x8.5 which allows for generous margins as well as a normal sized print; 35.00 + P&H.

    - Does God Repent...? Can God Change His Mind...? [And an Utter Demolishment of the Humanistic Myth of Man’s “Free Will” and Arminianism], 484pp., 22.50 + P&H. Dovetails nicely with God and Evil and The Sovereignty of God.... Lively, profound, revealing, thought provoking, convincing thought, logic, Scripture. Exposes the subversion of true Christian faith in counter reformation re-introducing false theology of Origen and Pelagius and corruption of modern church by Jesuits and crypto-jews and terribly deceived humanists such as Scheiermacher, Kierkegaard, Spinoza, Barth, Schweitzer, Erasmus of Rotterdam, and many more, including undermining of Puritan church by Solomon Stoddard, and much more; also Dissects the false theology from one chapter of two different books; one by Dr. Normal Geisler and one by Brother Andrew.

The Last Days of the Romanovs: From 15th March, 1917—100th Anniversary Memorial Edition (1920) Part I—The Narrative by Robert Wilton (Special Correspondent of The Times in Petrograd) and Part II—The Depositions of the Eye-Witnesses by Nikolai Sokolov (translated by George Gustav Telberg), and Part III; with many extra added illustrations of the entire Royal family... and Bible verses under each calling for God's Righteous Vengeance... and additional information, very moving presentation... photo and short bio of the author, and Preface and Final Thoughts by modern publisher / RAB/STP; 405pp. total pb., 22.00 + P&H  Author clearly pointed the finger at the Jews and noted that it was not the Russians behind Bolshevism, the Revolution, or the murders.]  If you are unaware of this, one of the greatest crimes of the modern era and how an entire mega-super-power was stolen, order this.

The Romance of the Rothschilds (1915) Balla Ignác or Ignatius Balla (1885-1976; Hungarians list their last name first), Nathan Rothschild took Balla (a Hungarian poet, essayist, short story writer, translator, editor, and journalist who later became an Italian citizen) to court to try to stop this book from being published on the grounds certain things were not true and libelous, but the court agreed they were true; 310pp., pb., with added illustrations; 20.00 + P&H.

The Tree of Knowledge: A Startling Scientific Study of the Original Sin, and the Sin of the Angels, With a History of Spiritism in All Ages (1894) Captain R. Kelso Carter, C.E., 423pp., 6x9 projected retail 30.00 + P&H.

 - Alpha and Omega or the Birth and Death of the World The Science of the Creation: The Coming of Crisis and the Golden Age (1894) Captain R. Kelso Carter, C.E., (author of the hymn, Standing on the Promises) 615pp., 6x9 pb., 40.00 + P&H; very rare title (and if there is enough interest I will also print his other rare volume, The Tree of Knowledge: A Startling Scientific Study of the Original Sin, and the Sin of the Angels, With a History of Spiritism in All Ages (1894) 423pp., 6x9).

The History of the Anglo-Saxons (1841) Sharon Turner (he was a London attorney who set out to answer whence the Anglo-Saxons originated and in doing so he established himself as the foremost authority on the topic), complete set in 2 volumes, 1,284pp. total, just guessing, it would be priced at 80.00 retail, 6x9 paperback, 2 volumes + P&H; the original text was a little small, so it was enlarged 13%; (Other publisher's have reprinted the 3-volume edition for $140; the content is all the same in this edition; some publishers printed in 2 volumes, some in 3) Excellent Book! the classic/definitive work on topic.

The Moral and Intellectual Diversity of Races (Lippincott, Phila, PA, 1856), by Count Joseph Arthur de Gobineau, with Addendum by Dr. Josiah C. Nott, M.D. (famous for his medical research) and Analytical Introduction and scientific notes by Henry Hotze; Nott interjects his thoughts refuting on both scientific and Biblical grounds Gobineau's notion that all races descend from Adam (pages 461-512); Gobineau mistakenly believed all came from Adam, but he clearly did not believe they were equal.  Gobineau's work was later retitled, "The Inequality of the Human Races" in 1915 when reprinted by various publishers, G. P. Putnam's Sons; William Heinemann; Thurland & Thurland.  This will be reprinted from the 1856 edition. 512pp.; with addendum / appendix by R.A.Balaicius and brief biographies and a photo of Gobineau, Nott, and Hotze, 584pp.; the original text was a little small, so it was enlarged 13%  paperback, 28.00 + P&H.

Heroes of the Nations: Theodoric the Goth: Barbarian Champion of Civilization (1891) Thomas Hodgkin, 442pp., pb., (Theodoric the Great, Ostrogothic conqueror and king of Italy, bringing in Italy’s Golden Age)] 24.00 + P&H.

The Original Life and Adventures of Tom Quick, The Indian Slayer, as Published at Monticello in 1851: And the Pioneers of Minisink and Wawarsink (1894 ed.), James E. Quinlan & T. G. Cutler, 123pp., pb., very rare, 12.50 + P&H; true story of son avenging death of father during French & Indian Wars, devoted life to exterminating few remaining Indians in N.E. Pennsylvania. Settling in Milford, Pennsylvania, the family enjoyed peaceful relationship w/ Indians. At outbreak of French & Indian Wars, relationship w/ small group of settlers became strained & dispute about land known as Minisink. Quick’s father was killed & scalped during sudden attack, which led Quick to long, vengeful campaign to kill as many Indians as he could. In fact, he killed nearly 100 over many years, eventually died of old age. When book was written, he was one of great icons of American folklore & exploits were common fare of fireside storytellers & cracker-barrel old-timers. Today, he is virtually forgotten. Political correctness recently motivated his hometown of Milford, PA to dismantle handsome monument over his remains & replace it with apologetic plaque. References to him have been eliminated from local history. This is the original biography of Tom Quick, published in 1851; containing virtually every tale associated with craft & cunning of Tom Quick, & many narratives relating to early settlers of the upper Delaware Valley. Of special interest to historians are the chapters devoted to the Battle of Minisink during the American Revolution. The abridged version, published in 1894, lacks several key chapters, footnotes and the Appendix.

The Indians or Narratives of Massacres and Depredations on the Frontier, in the Wawasink and its Vicinity, during the American Revolution (1846), by A Descendent of the Huguenots [Abraham G. Bevier], designed to commemorate the noble deeds of our ancestors, and inculcate principles of patriotism and piety, 80pp., pb., 14.00 + P&H

The Negroes in Negroland; The Negroes in America; and Negroes Generally - Also, the Several Races of White Men, Considered as the Involuntary and Predestined Supplanters of the Black Races - A Compilation by Hinton Rowan Helper, (1868) 250pp., plastic comb-bound, 16.00 + P&H.

Greeks and Goths: A Study of the Runes (1879) Isaac Taylor, 139pp., it will be 13.50; discusses ancient Greeks, Goths, Phoenicians, Celts, Runes, Ogham script and more.

The Reign of the Elders (Gold - Gold - Gold) (1938) 112pp., comb-bound, rare, 12.50 + P&H. [Preface: “This brief story of the machinations of the ‘Learned Elders of Zion’ is intended to supplement the more comprehensive discussion of the Jewish problem as set out in detail in the two volumes of ‘The International Jew...”  17 articles on Protocols, Rothschilds, Roosevelts, etc.]  Some think that Judge George Washington Armstrong wrote this, but that seems highly unlikely.  Armstrong unabashedly wrote similar titles using his own name and the name of his foundation; there would be no reason for him to write a similar title anonymously, without any publisher info.

- Where Black Rules White: A Journey Across and About Hayti (1910), H. Hesketh Prichard, 384pp., plastic comb-bound.  Interesting history and experience, anecdotal. 16.50 + P&H.

Jews and the Jews of England (1938) by “Cobbett” (Anthony Ludovici), 115pp., stapleback, 12.00 + P&H.

- Heresies Exposed: A Brief, Critical Examination in the Light of the Holy Scriptures of some of the Prevailing Heresies and False Teachings of Today, compiled by William C. Irvine, introduction by Louis T. Talbot, D.D. - First written in 1917; 24th edition 1950, 225pp., paperback; with 72-page rebuttal by Robert Alan Balaicius [also available separately], of the tiny section on British Israel, by Chapters (written by various different authors):  Agnosticism, Annihilation, Atheism, Baptismal Regeneration, British Israelism, Buchmanism, Christadelphianism, Christian Science, Cooneyites, Evolution, Freemasonry, Humanism, Kenosis Theory, Modernism, Mormonism, Pseudo-Christianity, Roman Catholicism, Russelism/Jehovah's Witnesses, Seventh-Day Adventism, Soul-Sleep, Spiritism, Swedenborgianism, Theosophy, Tongues Movement, Unitarianism, Unity School of Christianity. about 300 pages total (which also includes my entire rebuttal; however, I made my rebuttal into its own booklet above, for those not interested in all these other topics, or for evangelism and a less expensive book to send to people to attempt to open their eyes), pb., 18.00 + P&H.

    - Rebutting a Limp ‘Refutation’: Christian Anglo-Israel Defended; “Heresies Exposed” —Exposed as Impotent Hearsay, by Robert Alan Balaicius, 88pp., 6.00 + P&H.  This begins with a 10-page “exposé” from a book I reprinted by a mainstream author, “Heresies Exposed” (entire book deals with many false doctrines, and the author included a 10-page chapter on “British Israel”, though he proved himself ignorant, dishonest, and inadequate) and ends with my 72-page rebuttal.

Hus the Heretick (1415; from 1930 ed.), by Poggius the Papist, 103pp. pb., Rare letters from 1400’s of eyewitness and papal juror at Bohemian reformer Jan Hus’ trial; he was converted through listing to Hus; and My Escape From the Auto De Fe (1559) by De La Mina, 183pp. pb. Rare letters c.1500’s; Spanish Noble family’s incredible survival of Catholic’s attempts to murder him & wife for having embraced Protestantism in one volume.  Both are very moving and exciting; in one paperback edition, 289pp., pb., 16.50 + P&H.

The Martyrdom of a People; or the Vaudois of Piedmont and Their History (1914; translated from the German, originally in French by the Swiss author) Henry/Henri/Heinrich Fliedner, 117pp., with 34 illustrations & The Huguenot Galley Slave: Autobiography of a French Protestant Condemned to the Galleys for the Sake of His Religion (1867) translated from the French of Jean Marteilhe, 241pp., (2 books in 1 pb.) 17.50 + P&H.

True Stories of Our Pioneers: The Heroic Deeds and Devoted Lives of the Fathers and Mothers of America, Embracing the Principle Episodes of the White Race with the Red Men for the Possession of the New World; a True and Vivid Account of the Dark Captivities and the Unconquerable Courage of the Men and Women Who Wrested the American Forests from the Aborigines and Gave Them to the Plow and the Sickle (1904) Augustus Lynch Mason, LL.D. / John Clark Ridpath, LL.D. / Trumbull White, 694pp., 6x9 pb., 40.00 + P&H.

- Weymouth New Testament - The New Testament in Modern Speech; An Idiomatic Translation into Everyday English from the Text of the Resultant Greek Testament (1902, 3rd Ed. 1914) Richard Francis Weymouth, with notes and commentary, 734pp., enlarged 15% to 9x6 Hardback, 35.00 + P&H.


Feast of the Beast, Texe Marrs, 96pp., pb., 15.00 + P&H.

The Destroyer: The Antichrist is at Hand, Texe Marrs, 192pp., pb., 18.00 (reg. 22.00) + P&H.


other reprints

British-Israel Bible Notes (1903) J. Bell, 488pp., computer scanned, book-sized, comb-bound, If there is enough interest, I will scan and make this into a comb-bound, book sized reprint (which will take me 40+ hours), 25.00 + P&H; if there is not enough interest, it will simply be plastic-comb-bound, 8.5x11 xerox for 16.00 + P&H.  I have just ordered and received a pricey copy of one of the only existing originals.  If there are people with a combined interest of 20 copies of any given comb-bound title I will print in paperback, but people have to tell me they are interested or I cannot make that decision, and I would also need people to keep their word and actually order the books they say they want when the books are printed.

Strong Reasons (1941) by F.K.T. / Frank Kingswell Tucker; British-Israel-World Federation (New Zealand), 148pp., 14.00 + P&H. computer-enhanced, book sized, comb-bound.

I also have (from British-Israel author, Capt./Rev. G(eorge). H(arold). Lancaster

Old Testament Studies (1922) 283pp., computer-enhanced, book sized, plastic comb-bound, 25.00 + P&H.

New Testament Studies (1923) 296pp., computer-enhanced, book sized, plastic comb-bound, 25.00 + P&H.

I will print in paperback any comb-bound title if at least 20 people are interested.

I don't believe that there is anything earth-shattering in these books, but they are rare and no doubt contain some good insight, mixed among early B-I error that Germany was Assyria and that the Jews were Judah.

The Message of the Great Pyramid to the Anglo-Saxons — Isaac's Sons (1928) Frederick Haberman, 83pp., was small print so I expanded to 8.5x11, plastic comb-bound, 13.00 + P&H.

In Defense of Christian Anglo-Israel:  A Brief Reply to David Barons' Book, "The History of the Ten 'Lost' Tribes" (1916) Daniel Whitelaw, 17pp., "British Israelite Questions Christian" (a response to "Christian Questions British Israelite) Rev. Rupert C. Thomas, 40 page; Objections to British Israel Teaching Examined (1951) J. Llewellyn Thomas, 64pp.; Oxford wrong in objecting to the English being identical with Israel : Edward Hine's reply to Canon Rawlinson, showing that the English entirely agree with the Bible accounts of Lost Israel in language, physical type, religious opinions, manners and customs, &c. (1872) Edward Hine, 61pp.; "Truth Vindicated" A Racy Rejoinder to Erith's So-called "British-Israel Fallacy" (1922) Arthur Pritchard's, 63pp., plastic comb-bound, 265pp., 17.50 + P&H.

Our Race: Its Origin and Its Destiny The Flood: The Fact of History: A chronological vindication, and a guarantee of the second advent ["Our Race" series II. number 6] (1892), Prof. C.A.L. Totten, 315pp., plastic comb-bound, 20.00 + P&H.  very rare title.

America's Appointed Destiny (1942) Frederick Haberman, 210pp., pb., with 2 extracts added from Mack Wyatt's "The United States in Bible Prophecy" (1935) concerning Isaiah 18 and also concerning George Washington's Vision; paperback, 18.00 + P&H

When Russia Attacks America (1980) Thomas Foster, 96pp.; The Bible Says: Russia Will Invade America (And Be Defeated) (1977) Sheldon Emry, 57pp.; The Russian Chapters of Ezekiel (1923) Rev. W. M. H. Milner, M.A., F.R.G.S., A.V.I., 64pp., Comfort Ye, Comfort Ye My People, Saith Your God (c.1945), British Israel Association of Greater Vancouever  [which deals with Gog/Magog, etc.,] 18pp., along with another 26 pages of notes by R.A.B.; + Modern Publisher's Preface, c.316pp., 6x9, pb., 18.50 + P&H.

    [This title Comfort Ye, Comfort Ye My People, Saith the Lord, British Israel Association of Greater Vancouever (c.1945) [which deals with Gog/Magog, etc.,] 18pp., along with another 30 pages of my notes is also available in its own booklet form (notes fill out a few more pages since it is booklet size 5.5x8.5), for 5.00 + P&H]

The Book of Revelation (1936) A.J. Ferris, Parts 1 & 2 covering every chapter of Revelation, 185pp., pb., 18.00 + P&H.  Historicist perspective; the view the Reformer’s held [Australian Christian Anglo-Israel pastor/author Thomas Foster’s Amazing Book of Revelation Explained, which is 133pp., gleaned from this work, with the exact layout and exact photos.]


Washington's KKK: The Union League During Southern Reconstruction Paperback – May 27, 2016 by John Chodes (Author), Dr. Clyde N. Wilson (Foreword)  76pp., pb., 10.00 + P&H

Nullification: Reclaiming Consent of the Governed (The Wilson Files) (Volume 2) Paperback – August 1, 2016 by Clyde N. Wilson (Author) 72pp., pb., 10.00 + P&H

Lies My Teacher Told Me: The True History of the War for Southern Independence Paperback – January 7, 2016 by Clyde N Wilson (Author) 38pp., 5.50 + P&H

The Yankee Problem: An American Dilemma (The Wilson Files) (Volume 1) Paperback – July 12, 2016 by Dr. Clyde N. Wilson (Author) 118pp., pb., 10.00 + P&H

The CIA as Organized Crime, Douglas Valentine, pb., 446pp, published this year, 22.00 (retail 29.00) + P&H

 The Taking of K-129: How the CIA Used Howard Hughes to Steal a Russian Sub in the Most Daring Covert Operation in History  Hb. 22.00 (retail 28.00) + P&H and large-print pb., 24.00 (retail 30.00) + P&H

How Britain Initiated both World Wars, Nick Kollerstrom, 85pp., pb., 7.50 + P&H.

A History of Central Banking & The Enslavement of Mankind by Stephen Mitford Goodson, 226pp., pb., 18.00 + P&H; A History of Central Banking and the Enslavement of Mankind describes the role of banking and money in history from ancient times to the present.

Hidden History: The Secret Origins of the First World War, Gerry Docherty (Author), Jim MacGregor (Author), 464pp., Hb, 35.00 (reg. 40.00) + P&H.

Against Our Better Judgment: The Hidden History of How the United States Was Used to Create Israel, Alison Weir, 260pp., pb., 12.00 + P&H.

The Myth of German Villainy Benton L. Bradberry, 460pp., 24.00 + P&H.

I DON'T Like Ike!: The Story of Globalist Socialist Dwight Eisenhower That Stephen Ambrose Didn't Tell You Paperback – Large Print, M S King, 8.5x11, pb., 265 pages / 500 illustrations 18.75 + P&H

The War Against Putin: What the Government/Media Complex is not Telling You About Russia, King, 236pp., pb., 17.50 (reg. 19.00) + P&H

Other titles by King that I am considering:

Planet Rothschild, vol. 1 and 2

Climate Boogeyman

Killing America: A 100-Year Murder

Napoleon v. The Old and New World Orders

(inquire for more details if interested).

The Real Roosevelts: An Omitted History - What PBS and Ken Burns Didn't Tell You.

The British Mad Dog: Debunking the Myth of Winston Churchill


added to catalog (imported from England)

- Maelgwn of Llandaff and Joseph of Arimathea by MA Clark 6.00 + P&H imported 35 pages

- London Through the Ages by FW Connon A visitor’s guide and companion to London’s Price 8.00 + P&H imported 85 pages

- Our Neglected Heritage by G Taylor Now bound in one volume. A series of 5 book-lets tracing the establishment and growth of

- The early British Church. Book 1 The Early Church; Book 2 The Hidden Centuries; Book 3 Magnet of the Isles; Book 4 The Celtic Influence; Book 5 Division & Dispersion; 16.00 + P&H imported 291pp., (I still have the individual hand sized pb. 5-vol. set if interested)

- The Real ‘St Patrick’ by MA Clark - 5.00 + P&H imported 32 pages

- The Post-Captivity Names of Israel by W Pascoe Goard; Price 8.00 + P&H 111 pages (superb)

Phoenician Origin of the Britons, Scots, & Anglo-Saxons (1924) Prof. L.A. Waddell, 450pp., 6x9 pb. (Biography and photo of the author added by modern publisher), 24.00 + P&H.  (contains error, but good historical info for those who can read between the lines, who know the truth about the Britons, Scots, and A-S being descended from true Israel...)

Makers of Civilization in Race and History  (1929) Prof. L. A. Waddell, 646pp. of text, 778pp., counting graphics printed on pages not numbered with text, Introd., detailed table of contents, etc., Biography and photo of the author added by modern publisher. 6.25 x 9.25, pb., 40.00 + P&H. (contains error, but good historical info for those who can read between the lines)]


added to the catalog

Animal Farm (1946) George Orwell, 50th Anniversary edition, 141pp., pocket pb., 10.00 + P&H classic exposure of communism.

Difficulties in the Bible (1907) R. A. Torrey, 192pp., pocket pb., 7.00 + P&H.


- They Were White and They Were Slaves, Michael Hoffman, 137pp., 6x9 pb., 24.00 + P&H.

- White Gold: The Extraordinary Story of Thomas Pellow and Islam’s One Million White Slaves, Milton, 316pp., pb., 15.00 + P&H; Hb., 25.00 + P&H;

- White Cargo: The Forgotten History of Britain’s White Slaves in America, Michael Walsh, 320pp., pb., 6x9 27.00 + P&H.

- Trotsky's White Negroes: The Censored Holocaust, Mike Walsh, 108pp., 9x6, 20.00 + P&H.

- Megacaust: ‘Death by Government’ The Guilty Ones, Michael Walsh, 102pp., 9x6 20.00 + P&H.

- Witness to History, Michael Walsh, originally an 8.5x11 stapleback booklet, 60pp., (and possibly also a different volume titled Battle For Europe, 106pp., pb., 8.5x11) in which there were probably more hard facts/fascinating quotes than in any other on the Third Reich period I had come across. Compelling reading, and covers a wide range of topics including: The Jews in Germany; The Economic Miracle; The Berlin Olympics; The Real Warmongers?; Allied Bloodlust; Genocide Through Starvation; Did Six Million Really Die?; The Nuremberg War Crimes Trials, etc. Excellent value for money and highly recommended.

    It has since been expanded into a 4-volume series, now combined in one paperback.  Witness to History: The Complete Reich Legend Uncensored, 294pp., 6x9, pb., 51.00 (reg. 55.00) + P&H

To Hell or Barbados: The Ethnic Cleansing of Ireland, Sean O'Callaghan, 248pp., pb., 19.00 (reg. 21.00) + P&H

The Bad War: The Truth Never Taught About WWII, Michael S. King... one of the books now banned by Amazon, 8.5x11, 316pp., pb., 25.00 + P&H.

written by me, considered one of the best books on the topic: A Greater Miracle Than The Lost Ten Tribes Discovered—The Dead Six Million Uncovered...!, Clèraubat, 544pp., pb.; exposes Holocaust lie, multi-billion dollar Holocaust Industry, exposes Holocaust Mafia/those behind it; Hall of Fame: those who spoke out/had lives ruined—100s photos). Very compelling compilation of evidence/insight, 6 million not murdered (“jewish” experts, population data, chemistry, math & science, history); indexed. photocopies from original census data (compiled by “jewish” sources) from “World Almanac and Book Facts” 1934, 1945, 1946, 1950; Illustrated; 30.00 + P&H.  Considered by many one of the very best books on the topic.

The Chronicles of False Flag Terror: A European Perspective, Nicholas Kollerstrom, Ph.D.  Softcover, 364 pages, 73 photos, B&W: $20 + P&H. / COLOR: $30 + P&H.

The Coming Battle: A Complete History of the National Banking Money Power in the United States (1899)  By M.W. Walbert

First published in 1899, republished for the first time in 100 years! The Coming Battle documents from congressional records, newspaper reports and writings by the founding fathers and others, a chronology of events long forgotten that shaped our fledgling nation from 1776 to 1899. Read about the manipulation of our money and its supply, the intentional creation of recessions, depressions and panics. The manipulation of the stock markets. The demonetization of silver. A breathtaking history told in the words of a contemporary witness to these events.The complete early history of the creation of the Federal Reserve. This masterpiece reveals how the banking money power and corporate interests, partnering with  government, set up a framework to exploit American workers.Lost for 100 years! 360 pages.Hardback, 30.00 + P&H; pb., 20.00 + P&H


Debating the Holocaust: A New Look at Both Sides - Debating the Holocaust, Thomas Dalton; 332pp., pb.,  22.00 + P&H.

Fail: “Denying the Holocaust” - How Deborah Lipstadt Botched Her Attempt to Demonstrate the Growing Assault on Truth and Memory

By Germar Rudolf; 224pp., 14.75 + P&H

Stalin's War of Extermination 1941-1945: Planning, Realization and Documentation By Joachim Hoffmann; 416pp., pb., 24.50 + P&H

Old Ginger: Now Resting in the British Museum: A Link Connecting Ancient Egypt and Palestine to Stonehenge, 12pp., with color photos on cover front and back, imported from England published by Bible Truth Publishers (Christian Israel group); "Old Ginger" is a preserved corpse found in burial site. 2.75 + P&H

Sea Wolf of the Confederacy: The Daring Civil War Raids of Naval Lt. Charles W. Read, David W. Shaw, 256pp., Hb., 25.00 + P&H pb., 15.00 + P&H  [I’ve had this in stock for years... excellent book, could not put down, somehow, never got into the catalog;

What’s Happened To The University?: A sociological exploration of its infantilisation, Furedi, 214pp., Hb., 25.00 (reg. 27.00) + P&H.

Heimskringla: Lives of the Norse Kings, Norse Chronicle from earliest times to settlement of Norway, Snorre Sturlason, 832pp., pb.

23.00 + P&H.  Fascinating legend/history.  Some of the Norse Sagas were taken from this.


being prepared: Inquire if interested

Some Collected Shorter Works of Rev. Herman Hoeksema
The AntiChrist
Biblical Ground for The Baptism of Infants
The Children of the Reformation
The Christian and Culture
The Curse-Reward of the Wicked Well-Doer75
The Gospel
God’s Absolute Sovereignty in Predestination
God’s Great Love Toward the World (Homer)
God’s Tabernacle With Men
Jesus Savior and the Evil Hawking Him
Mark of the Beast
The Marks of the True Church (Homer)
The Millennium Period
The Place of Reprobation in the Preaching of the Gospel
The Prayers of All Saints
Predestination: Revealed, Not Hidden or Confused (Committee)
The Reformed Faith In Crisis (Homer)
Our Reformed Heritage (Homer)
The Soujourner’s Sabbath
A Triple Breach in the Foundation of the Reformed Truth

c.500pp., plastic comb-bound, those that were small tracts with
tiny print have been expanded to normal sized print. 27.50 + P&H


I have also printed in paperback the first 6 of the Nieritz Library (see below).

  Please consider the below for yourselves, your children and grandchildren.  I am reading each and every one of these as I produce them and they are captivating and delightful, and each seems better than the previous; children's Protestant novels, based partly on European history, embedded with Scripture and moral principles.  I think that I have now read more children's books as an adult than I did as a child.  These are pre-teen and up, I imagine.  THESE are the books you should read to your children as stories, and ones they should read when they are old enough.

They are all by Carl Gustav Nieritz (1795-1876) and were translated from German into English, some in what was called, "The Fatherland Series" by one publisher. EVERYONE (adult and youngster) needs to order and read all of these!  Every church that has a library, every Christian school or homeschool group should have a set.  My people are destroyed because they lack knowledge... because you have forgotten My Law I will forget your children.  My people hath been a lost sheep.  The ox knoweth his owner, and the ass his master’s crib: but Israel doth not know, my people doth not consider [SEPARATE, DISTINGUISH].  Look to the rock whence ye were hewn.  To destroy a people you must sever their roots.  Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.

If you order any of these books from the Print on Demand companies (which usually employ chinese or hindu indian sweatshops, and some are even hindu owned and even printed in India) you will pay about $20.00-30.00 per individual title (with possible missing pages, damaged, unreadable text, etc.), and some are retypeset, unproofread full of gobblygook characters... and no other reprint company has anywhere near the complete collection as I have assembled.  I have spent around $1,000 to purchase originals (and spent 15+ hours just searching for them, as they are rare)... and I will have spent 700+ hours to prepare them all (I am about 70% done).  It will cost me thousands dollars to print 100 copies of each in paperback (and take up a massive amount of room in my house); but I would love to be able to print them in paperback if only 20 people would be interested in a complete set of the 10 volumes (which contain around 30 individual titles).  I would probably print 5 volumes at a time; with maybe 4 months in between.  Are there not at least 20 people who would commit to one set of each of the first 5 volumes now and one set of each of the other 5 volumes later?  Prices will vary a little, but just to give an idea, one set of the first 5 volumes (containing around 15 titles) that I print would be 105.00 + 8.00 P&H.  I actually have these titles UNDERpriced.  a 500-600 page book on quality archival 60# weight paper is normally 30.00 - 45.00.  I will list them around 30.00 each at Amazon, if I do print them in paperback, though I am offering them here at the prices you see below.  Again, to buy 3 individual titles by the other reprint companies would be 60.00-90.00 for what I have assembled in one volume for 24.00 to 26.00.  Every church or homeschool group or home church should have these.  Even if 20 people commit to the full set, in several installments, that will still not even cover half of the printing cost (and not even consider my initial outlay or 500+ hours of time), but I would be willing to do so if there is enough interest.

These are amazing books.  They show how hard life used to be, but also how much simpler and better it was; it does not hide the ugliness of man's sinful nature, but shows how we can rise above it and not be affected by it and become like it, and also how to honor God and be thankful for all the blessings that He has given us.  Life was often hard.  People were often cruel.  It is no different today, and we are close to returning to those hard times--under even more brutal circumstances.  These books teach reality of life, along with Biblical and moral principles, most often within the setting of some historical event, all in a very engaging and touching manner.

Some of the books had subtitles, others did not; some books had alternate titles, since some were translated by different translators or even republished by other publishers who titled them differently.  I have listed all known alternate titles.

The Karl Gustav Nieritz Library

[all volumes will contain my introduction, photo and bio. of the author, and occasionally added historical info or clarifying notes and sometimes other added photos.]

These 6 are ready

Volume #1 - The Shepherd’s Family [a.k.a. The Little Shepherd Boy and His Dog] (1894) 111pp., & The Little Shoemaker or Where the Truth Takes Root, God Will Make of it a Goodly Tree (1850) 143pp., & The Little Miner or Honesty is the Best Policy (1887) 130pp., [a.k.a. Gottlieb Frey... (1871, 226pp.,]; These are excellent. Touching. If you are not moved by each of them (as well as most all others in other volumes) you have a heart of stone.  3 books in 1, c.462pp. total, paperback, 24.00 + P&H.

Volume #2 - The Noble Wife or Faithful unto Death (1871) 287pp., conflict between Sweden and Norway under King Charles XII. of Sweden in late 1600s early 1700s. & Gustavus Vasa or King and Peasant [a.k.a. The Faithful Servant; a.k.a. The Young Patriot

or Fidelity Rewarded] (1873) 258pp., (founding of the Royal house of Vasa of Sweden, defender of the Reformation, freeing Sweden from the evil Christian II. of Denmark). 2 books in 1, 630pp. total, paperback, 26.00 + P&H.

Volume #3 - The Weaver of Naumburg or A City Saved By Children (c.1929) 121pp. & Gutenberg and the Lost Child (c.1850), 167pp., (the first printed Bible) [plus my added Post-script on Gutenberg and illustrations] & The Rich Man and the Poor Man or Help in Need (1875) 120pp., c.488pp. total, paperback, 24.00 + P&H.

Volume #4 - Duty and Affection (a.k.a. The Little Drummer or, Filial Affection / Young Recruit: Adventures of a Drummer-boy: A Story of the Russian Campaign / Augustus the Young Drummer) (1850) 162pp., [excellent!] & Alexander Menzikoff or the Danger of Wealth [a.k.a. The Perils of Greatness (1853) / Alexander Menschikoff: The Founder of a Family / The Touchstone of Life: a True Story of the Russian Peerage] 130pp., & The Rat Catcher or Magic Fife (1854) 166pp., (this was the source of the famous “Pied Piper of Hamlin” written by Robert Browning in 1888); 554pp. total, paperback, 25.00 + P&H.

Volume #5 - The Foundling or the School of Life (1850) 136pp., & The Plum-Woman or The Child With Three Mothers: A Tale of High Life and Low Life (c.1856) 201pp., (orphan and adoption) & Driven Out (1893) 156pp., (2 children of a woman who is deemed to have leprosy and is cast out of the city) 558pp. total, paperback, 25.00 + P&H.

Volume #6 - Busy Hands & Patient Hearts or, The Blind Boy of Dresden and His Friends (1875) 181pp., & The Dumb Boy of Fribourg or, the Pilgrim and the Dragon, a Tale of the Discovery of Gunpowder (1873) 166pp., & The Cobbler, the Clerk, and the Lawyer of Liebstein (1868) 123pp.; 586pp. total, paperback, 25.00 + P&H.


Volume #7 - The Bears of Augustusburg: An Episode in Saxon History (1855) 216pp., & The Smuggler’s Revenge or the Lost Child of Lanemarken (1897) 200pp., & The Siege of Magdeburg: A Tale of 1631 (1855) 83pp.; 540pp. total (projected), paperback, 25.00 + P&H.

Volume #8 - The Exiles of Salzburg and Other Stories (1880) [also including The King of Prussia’s Tall Soldier (a.k.a. The Tall Man) & The Belfry of Dresden), 256pp., & (Life) In Fair Silesia (1894) 156pp., & The Siberian Exile (1894) 122pp., 560pp. total (projected), paperback, 25.00 + P&H.

Volume #9 - The School on Luneburg Heath (1895) 148pp., & Patient Henry or the Dangerous Wager (1865) 188pp., & The Pilgrim Kings or the Star of Bethlehem (1881) 223pp., [a.k.a. Erna the Forest Princess, or, Pilgrimage of the Three Wise Men to Bethlehem: a Legend of Germany of Olden Time / The Three Kings or Magi: A Tale (1856)] (1881) 223pp., 600pp. total (projected), paperback, 26.00 + P&H.

Volume #10 - The Jailer of Norwich; or, the Eighth Commandment (1863) 186pp., & Christian Beck’s Grandson (1894) 232pp. & Stolen for Ransom (1901) 138pp.; 540pp. total (projected), paperback, 25.00 + P&H.

Volume #11 - Lenchen’s Brothers (1887) 156pp., & The Platzbäcker of Plauen (1887) 157pp., [The “Platzbäcker” was only allowed to bake “Plätze” - this is a kind of dark bread.] & Truth and Falsehood or The Adventures of a Prince (1866) 188pp., [a.k.a. The Crown Prince and his Scapegoat or Truth and Falsehood (1877) 242pp.].

[I may try to have some translated into English that were never translated, if there is enough interest (inquire).  If you or anyone that you know can help translate or even help fund the translation, please contact.]

Volume 12 - [Possibly others to be added]

Still trying to locate:

Truth and Falsehood or The Adventures of a Prince (1866) 188pp., [a.k.a. The Crown Prince and his Scapegoat or Truth and Falsehood (1877) 242pp.,] and the Swan Maiden, and others.

[I may also add 2 of his works which will require my adding extensive endnotes; they are both very interesting stories, but full of false ideas: Seppel or the Burning of the Synagogue in Munich, and Hans Egede or the Faithful Missionary to Greenland.]

I may also try to have some translated into English that were never translated into English, if there is enough interest...  Does anyone know anyone who could translate from German, Italian, or French who would want to help?


This is an excellent book.  Islam was able to conquer Alexandria (Egypt), Syria, north africa, mediterranean islands, Persia, Greece, Spain, Southern Italy, because the garrisons of Christendom were not manned by trained regiments, but undisciplined garrison troops in times of peace--which were largely filled by Africans and Arabs who had "converted" to Christianity--and in the heat of the battle they often changed sides!  Furthermore, one of the things that contributed to Islamic success was not their skill BUT THE CAMEL.  They, like Rommel and his tanks, could cross the burning desert, strike, and retreat into the burning desert because of their camels... horses and foot troops could not survive in the desert, so by hit and run (if the battle was unsuccessful) they could wear down their opponents; and once they won any victory, they then had control of better weapons and evil fleets of ships and ship building industries.  All of the "achievements" and "contributions" and advancements of "arabic/muslim culture" in shipbuilding, navigation, architecture, science, medicine, mathematics, astronomy, etc. were NOT from the Arabs/Muslims, but from those peoples whom they conquered (dhimmis), Syrian Nestorian Christians, Persians, and Hindus (the Hindu advancements, though the author does not mention it, were solely developed by the Sakka, not the indigenous indians, as all of history shows) and others.  The arabs employed their conquered peoples and that alone caused arabic culture to flourish, with the misguided notion that it was arabic, since those whose ideas they were, and even those who translated those ideas and works into arabic, were not arabs or muslims but whose names were themselves rendered into arabic.  Once those conquered intelligentsia either were absorbed by the arabs or migrated elsewhere (as history reveals the same of most nonwhite cultures), the arabic "flower" wilted and died. Though the book does not say it (or at least not yet) only western minds and technology and skill even allows the arabs to mine the vast oil resources below their sandbox to enable them to fund the building (with western technology) of their cities and grand displays of their opulence (that is, of the sheiks, not the common people, who are still goatherders).

God's Battalions: the Case for the Crusades (2010) Rodney Stark, 288pp., pb., 16.00 + P&H.

A respected and controversial scholar argues that the Crusades were a justified war waged against Muslim terror and aggression.  The truth about the Christian Crusades and the Muslim Jihad.

Publisher's Weekly wrote, "It always seems counterintuitive to moderns that warfare and religion can be consistent. Ideally, followers of the prince of peace are to avoid the sword and shield. Clearly, this has not always been the case. Frequently in the crosshairs of critics are the Christian wars against Muslims known as the Crusades, commonly viewed as the birth of European imperialism and the forced spread of Christianity. But what if we've had it all wrong? What if the Crusades were a justifiable response to a strong and determined foe? Stark, a prominent sociologist and author of 27 books on history and religion, has penned a compelling argument that these bloody encounters had less to do with spreading Christianity than with responding to an ever more dangerous enemy—the emerging Islamic empire. There is much to be learned here. Filled with fascinating historical glimpses of monks and Templars, priests and pilgrims, kings and contemplatives, Stark pulls it all together and challenges us to reconsider our view of the Crusades."

by the same author.

The Victory of Reason: How Christianity Led to Freedom, Capitalism, and Western Success (2005), Stark, Hb. 281pp., 26.00 + P&H; pb., 304pp., 16.00 + P&H.    An excellent book, despite the author’s faults. In my opinion, he is a liberal minded Christian, who views the Bible from a secular perspective, even equating Catholicism with Christianity; obviously, he does not understand the nature of God’s Law, nor the nature of God’s people (and that those were also factors behind success); though he does not say so in exact words, it seems as if he believes the Bible can be replaced by “progress” and that society “outgrows” many things contained therein. Though these are serious errors, remember the book is not about theology, but about History, Economics, and Christianity (ie, the nations of Christendom) being unique in the world and having been the motivating factor of the successes of the world. I highly recommend this book. It’s merits far outweigh its faults and I only mention its faults so the nondiscerning reader is not confused by these few areas.

He also wrote (among other titles)

The Churching of America, 1776-2005: Winners and Losers in Our Religious Economy, Roger Finke, Rodney Stark, 347pp., pb., 24.00 + P&H.