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Sacred Truth Publishing — History, Christianity, Exposing Evolution Book List
P&H = 10% (4.50 minimum) within the U.S.
Some Titles by Robert Alan Balaicius (Lithuanian-American)
- America, Christianity, Liberty & Truth: What Famous Men Had To Say, proof America founded as Christian nation; powerful quotes on Bible, Freedom, Race, Heritage, Self-Defense, Property, Constitution, debunking Evolution, Discrimination, etc. World’s greatest minds believed Liberty & Truth inseperable from Jesus Christ & Bible. Contain Supreme Court and Common Law citations.Vol. 1, 54pp., 500 + P&H; Vol. 2, 80pp., 600 + P&H; Vol. 3, 92pp., 600 + P&H; Vol. 4 (the final vol.) 440pp., comb-bound, 2000 + P&H; Incredible information! Indexed. All 4 Vols. 3300 + P&H.
- Apologetic Expositions: Thorough, Consistent, Logical Studies Concerning Exclusive, Irrevocable Promises 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 Grossly Taken Out of Context or “Spiritualized” into Inefficacy: Verse-by-verse exegeses. [Biblical Israel is not to be confused with the Jews / Israeli.]
- Isaiah 56; God’s Covenants have not failed; Promises God gave to Israel not generalized to all. God changes not. Neither does His Will or Word. He is Sovereign. We must accept what He declared--not misinterpret in light of modern liberal ideology. different Hebrew words for “stranger” clearly interpreted, as are different words for “man.” 88pp., 600 + P&H.
- Acts 13, 88pp., 600 + P&H. Gentiles were “Israelites in dispersion;” not nonIsraelites.
- Acts 15, 88pp., 600 + P&H; Gentiles were the “Israelites in dispersion;” not nonIsraelites.
- II Corinthians 3 (and detailed coverage of all of I and II Corinthians) showing that Paul nowhere says that the Law was abolished; 88pp., 600 + P&H.
- Galatians 3 (and detailed overview of the entire epistle) showing that Paul nowhere says that the Law was abolished and that the Covenants or descent from Abraham is not “spiritualized”; 88pp., 600 + P&H.
- John 4 - The Samaritan Woman at the Well and the Samaritan Leper —Israelites Living in Samaria, 46pp., 4.50 + P&H.
- Are Celestial Mysteries, History, and Prophecy Revealed in the Orion Nebula, the Stars, the Constellations, and the Zodiac...?, 82pp., 8.5” x 7”, pb., 58 illustrations, 2 full page color; 1200 + P&H. completely different perspective / conclusions than authorities (Rolleston, Seiss, Bullinger, Capt); using Bible numerics as decipher card, reveals / explains God’s Plan for Ages by correctly identifying / interpretation of each of 12 constellations in light of prophecy.
- Are We Keeping God’s Law Yet? in-depth discussion many Laws of Scripture, reveals spiritual meaning behind laws of God, physical reason why given; detailed, practical, insightful study; what it means to “meditate” upon God’s Law, which also explains how God’s Law will be prominent in the lives of those who are the elect. 96pp., 8.5x11, plastic comb bound, 1000 + P&H.
- Bible Lessons To Nourish Growing Minds: Lessons From Nature, illustrated, teaches children how to understand Bible & apply it to daily lives through animals & nature; 8½x11, 80pp., pb., 1200 + P&H. Endorsed by Dr. D. James Kennedy.
- Bible Lessons to Nourish Growing Minds: Psalm 37, whole chapter, verse-by-verse; Deals with heavy-duty topics (destruction of wicked, etc.) in a way children can handle. 8½x11 pb., 160pp., 16.00 + P&H.
- Bittersweet Impressions & Inspirations, original poems and a few short stories, 310pp., pb., 6x9, 20.00 + P&H.
- Bulala: A True Story of South Africa, Cuan Elgin, [Balaicius, Editor, contributor] 392pp., pb., 1838 + P&H [1838 = Day of Covenant, most special day in Afrikaner history.] gripping tale of small, brave, Christian nation born of conflict, turmoil, tragedy; love, dedication, hard work—exciting account, history of South Africa (earliest times to end of 2nd Anglo-Boer War) woven as rich tapestry into novel; exciting: cross between Shaka Zulu & Little House on Prairie.
- Called Unto Holiness (1936) Ruth Paxson, originally pocket sized pb., 128 pages (of airy, large margin), book size expanded to 6x9 with detailed complementary and correctional notes by Balaicius, 280pp., pb., 18.00 + P&H.
- Calling the Remnant of Christendom: Come Out From Among Them and Be Ye Separate...!, 88pp., 6.00 + P&H.
- Calvinism: Pure and Mixed—Reloaded: False Doctrine Exposed: Subtle and Blatant; the entire text (retypeset) of William G.T. Shedd’s 1893 work Calvinism: Pure and Mixed: A Defence of the Westminster Standards (originally c.161pp. pocket size) with around 200 pages of additional and corrective theological notes (and also illustrations) added by R.A.B., 338pp., 6x9 pb., 22.50 + P&H. a “high Calvinist”, but after reading & editing the error, I don’t see how he can be called such.
- The Creation of Man in Genesis 1 and 2: Are They Separate Creations —or the Same Event? [With An In-depth Discussion Concerning the “Beast of the Field”], 88pp., detailed convincing study; 6.00 + P&H.
- Deliverance or Delusion...? —Which Do We Want...?, 88pp., 6.00 + P&H.
- Difficulties (and Alleged Errors and Contraditions) in the Bible [—Examined and Re-Examined] (1907) Dr. R.A. Torry, originally 126pp. pocket sized pb.; was small print; enlarged print, expanded to 9x6, and 520 pages of corrective notes by R.A.B. + illustrations, pb., 650pp., 32.50 + P&H. Detailed exegesis, apologetics (defense of faith), presentation of Sound Doctrine firmly documented, answering many difficult issues in Scripture.
- Documents of Anglo-American Freedom (retype-set with notes by R.A. Balaicius, entire text of: Magna Charta (1215) Declaration of Arboath (1320) The Dutch Declaration of Independence (1581) 20pp.; For The Colony in Virginea Britannia Lavves Diuine, Morall and Martiall, &c. (1612) Mayflower Compact (1620) Petition of Right (1628) Scottish National Covenant (1638) and the Solemn League and Covenant (1643) Body of Liberties (1641) Governor John Winthrop’s “Little Speech” on Liberty (1645) Agreement of the People (1649) Instrument of Government (1653) Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina (1669) Charlestown, Massachusetts Thanksgiving Proclamation (1676) Frame of Government of Pennsylvania (1682) [English] Bill of Rights (1689) An Essay Towards Present and Future Peace of Europe, William Penn (1693) The Law of Nature in Government [excerpts] (1717) The Virginia Resolves (1765) George Washington’s General Orders to the Continental Army (1756-1775) Declaration of Rights of the Stamp Act Congress (1765) Rights of the Colonists (1772) Fairfax County Resolves (1774) Prayer of Congress (1774) Declaration of the First Continental Congress (1774) Fast Day Proclamation (1776) Constitution of Virginia, Bill of Rights, Virginia Declaration of Rights (1776) Declaration of Independence (1776) Thanksgiving Day Proclamation (1777) Articles of the Confederation and Perpetual Union (1778) Thanksgiving Day Proclamation (1782) Northwest Ordinance (1784) Benjamin Franklin’s Constitutional Convention Address on Prayer (1787) United States Constitution (1787) Letter of Transmittal (of the Continental Congress) (1787) Letter of Transmittal (of the Continental Congress to the President of Congress) (1787) Amendments to the U.S. Constitution (1-10, a.k.a. the Bill of Rights) (1789) George Washington’s Thanksgiving Day Proclamation (1789) John Adam’s Thanksgiving Day Proclamation (1798) Jonathan Trumbull’s Thanksgiving Day Proclamation (1807) James Madison’s Humiliation and Prayer Fast Proclamation (1812) James Buchanan’s Humiliation and Prayer Fast Proclamation (1860); includes 28 color reproduction pages on photographic paper of some of the originals. plastic comb-bound, 532pp., 2500 + P&H These documents are important for understanding our historical freedom as well as our future prospects of freedom.
- 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 Schleiermacher, 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 Forgotten Secret (Prayer) (1906) Dawson, with Notes on Prayer, by Balaicius, 112pp., pb., 11.00 + P&H.
- The Futurist and Rapture Conspiracy: A Brief Exposé of the History of these Subversive Doctrines—and Their Biblical Refutation, 164pp., pb. well illustrated, 1300 + P&H. Very revealing study showing shady characters behind these false doctrines: Futurism, Dispensationalism, “any moment” “two-stage” “Rapture” Return of Christ. Christ is returning; but not according to modern Antichrist heresy; these are new new-age false doctrines, not held by the Reformers or the great Bible leaders of the early modern era.
- God and Evil: Did God Create Sin and Evil. The Facts of My Imaginary, Evanescent Heresy Trial - The Death Knell of Arminianism at the Hand of the Word of God, 280pp., pb., 1800 + P&H.
- God, Man, and The Universe: How Everything Came To Be — The Ancient History of the Earth as Related in the 7 Days of Creation [Genesis Chapters 1 and 2] — A Youth Curriculum Including Practical Information that Relates to Many Important Areas of Modern Life, (also an intro. to logical thinking, the Reformers, the U.S. Founded as a Christian Nation, exposing medical & economic conspiracy, debunking evolution, and much more.] Questions and answers, challenging, enlightening, over 1,000 illustrations, unique insight, graspable by younger youth, but not condescending for older youth or even adults; fascinating presentation. 8.5”x7” paperback, 438pp., 2500 + P&H.
- God’s Chosen People: Who Is - Who Isn’t - and Why —Who’s trying to Destroy Whom and Is There Any Hope?, 88pp., 600 + P&H.
- Good-Bye America! Farewell Addresses, Inaugural Speeches, and Other Words of Wisdom From the Founders of Our Republic and Sterling Patriots of Freedom (G.Washington, J. Adams, T. Jefferson, J. Monroe, J. Madison, J. Q. Adams, A. Jackson, Davy Crockett, D. MacArthur) 84pp., compiled by R.A.B., what these men had to say about government, taxation, government spending, foreign policy, etc., also includes some common law citations showing unconstitutional laws are void and need not be observed (theoretically, from a legal perspective of natural, constitutional, and common law) 600 + 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.
- Just One More Chance, Lorne J. Shields / Robert Alan Balaicius, 564pp., pb., 25.00 + P&H. The story begins in Ireland and progresses like a whirlwind, which, to explain more would give away the suspense of the story. A gripping read you will not be able to put down and one of those rare books that you wish would never end. · One rash decision, a regrettable mistake, can snowball and cause a chain-reaction like an avalanche; so-far reaching one may wonder if it can be outrun even if he flees to the other side of the world. When such a brief mistake is made, as Tom McCauley finds out, it can carry you about like a beach-ball in the ocean, and all you can do is hang on for dear life and pray to God that you land safely, somewhere, eventually. · Here begins a touching story of down-to-earth people (well... most of them) often real life stories from an earlier era. A story of love and romance interwoven with cultures spanning several nations of a bye-gone era, hard work, drama, intrigue, foul-play, good versus evil, faithfulness, respect, devotion, desperation, and hope combined with real historical events. The epic story of all creation is presented in a whirl: a momentary fall from grace followed by repeated attempts at restoration, while battling a myriad of unforeseen obstacles to that goal which creep out of the past into the present like vipers from a pit that just won’t die. You will not be the same after reading this book; you may become a part of the drama itself: your heart knit with those of this story, as if they were family or dear friends. At least, that is how it affected me. Step back into the 1800s and enjoy an amazing story. . . · I cannot help but think of a paragraph penned by the eminent Charles Dickens, which shares similar sentiments with this moving, gripping, lively, fascinating story: “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair, we had everything before us, we had nothing before us, we were all going direct to heaven, we were all going direct the other way — in short, the period was so far like the present period, that some of its noisiest authorities insisted on its being received, for good or for evil, in the superlative degree of comparison only.” (A Tale of Two Cities) —Editor, Adapter, Publisher, R.A.B. must read. could be next Hallmark movie / miniseries
- A Letter from George Whitefield to the Rev. Mr. John Wesley In Answer to Mr. Wesley’s Sermon Entitled “FREE GRACE” (1740) with additional notes added by the editor R. A. Balaicius; 39pp., 4.00 + P&H.
- The Liberty Document: The National Debt: Does It Exist & If So Who Owes It? & Some Thoughts On The Hidden Agenda Behind Immigration, Gun Control & The Health sCARE Monopoly (2020); Balaicius, Full of statistics, common law citations, court rulings, clear thought, powerful info.; 150+pp, added / completely re-written, 350pp., pb., 20.00 + P&H.
- The Lost Little Princess, 8½x11 stapleback 60pp.; touching allegory in metered rhyme, beautifully illustrated; printed on thick, light blue paper; glossy thick cover; 1000 + P&H
- The Meaning of Life & What the Bible Says About Suicide, 60pp., 5.00 + P&H.
- Merry Antichrist-mas...? Is Christmas Christian or Pagan...? —Is it Pagan even if Christ is in it...?, 24pp., 2.50 + P&H. Are you a Christian? be prepared to be challenged. Do you love the Lord God / Christ Jesus more than Christmas...? If you won’t even take the challenge, I guess that answers the question.
- 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.
- The New Life: Talks With Christians on Practical Victory (1932) Captain Reginald Wallis (father of superb Bible teacher/author Arthur Wallis) & The New Life Clarified (complementary and corrective supplemental notes) R. A. Balaicius; 140pp, comb-bound, 13.00 + P&H.
- The New Walk (1939) Captain Reginald Wallis, & The New Walk Clarified (complementary and corrective supplemental notes) Robert Alan Balaicius; 120pp, comb-bound, 11.00 + P&H.
- The Post-Christian Era and the New Dark Ages; white Christian civilization nearly extinct, 112pp., pb., 10.50 + P&H; survival of Christendom; Christian roots of Germany.
- The Power of Prayer: The New York Revival of 1858 (1858) Samuel Prime, 237pp., pb,. retypset, notes by R.A. Balaicius; excellent shows moving of God’s Spirit upon His people when they truly seek Him; 16.50 + P&H.
- Rebutting a Limp ‘Refutation’: Christian Anglo-Israel Defended; “Heresies Exposed” —Exposed as Impotent Hearsay, 88pp., 6.00 + P&H. This begins with a 10-page “exposé” from a book I reprinted by a mainstream author, “Heresies Exposed” (the 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.
- Rivers of Living Water (1930) with complementary and corrective notes by Robert Alan Balaicius; Paxson’s work was a pocket-sized pb., 128pp. (with airy columns and wide margins), expanded to 6x9 paperback. 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 (my notes are not as airy and fill the page to normal margins, and prob. constitute 3/4 of the book); total 262pp., 6x9, pb., 18.00 + P&H.
Sacred Truth Expository Commentary series (Note: Reading, Uncovering the Mysteries... and Does God Repent? are essential to these titles as they lay foundational Doctrine and information without which the reader will be confused.) verse by verse expositions of these entire chapters / books:
- The Book of the Prophet Jonah, Balaicius, 634pp., pb., 32.00 + P&H. No commentator that I know of, understands purpose and message of Book of Jonah. an amazing journey; a simple book misunderstood in regard to its general purpose / overall lesson; & many elements of Jonah are interpreted different by many. very short book with remarkably very little detail, actually presents larger-than-life story w/ amazing insight that no other commentator or theologian has ever uncovered; the illogic and outright heresy of many commentators and “experts” is scrutinized and refuted; this will burn up various sacred cows.
- The Epistle to the Hebrews, 632pp., pb., 30.00 + P&H. Excellent companion to Romans.
- Epistle of James, Chapter 2 [& many other Mini-Expositions: Epistles of Peter & John; Epistle of Paul to Ephesians & Galatians 3; Epistle of Paul to Israelites in Rome, Chap. 1 & 9; Revelation Chap. 3 (& Isaiah 22) 5, 7 (& Ezek. 48) 12, 17, 20, 21, 22; Summary Joshua 1-6.] Faith Without Works Is Dead...! - Was Rahab a “Harlot”...? Was Rahab a “Canaanite” ...? and Was Rahab the Rachab in Christ’s Genealogy? - The Promises and Covenants Stand...! - detailed account of Jericho; intro. author of Epistle; apostles, 49 illusts., original charts; genealogy of Christ & disciples (Christ’s 1st & 2nd cousins); disciples, sealing of 12 tribes, gates of new Jerusalem, time-line from Jericho to building of Solomon’s Temple; & more. 522pp., pb., 2500 + P&H.
- Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Romans, 758pp., pb., Possibly only correct commentary since Paul wrote it... verse by verse... shows “Gentiles” / “Greeks were Israelites of dispersion, identifies all Old Testament quotations / allusions made by Paul, Paul in no way suggested law was abolished, or changed, or “optional”; lays bare error of anti-Paulines, defends Paul’s identity & office. Shows correct method of Biblical interpretation prevents/dispels all false interpretations / false doctrine, shows how many people, for some reason, read truth backwards, confuse themselves, & 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.
- Genesis 31-37, 48, 49:5-7 & Judges 19-21—Culminating in Dinah’s Defilement with an Examination of the Near-Extermination of the Tribe of Benjamin (Including: Origins of Adamkind, most in-depth History of Jacob-Israel (Call of Abraham to Israel going into Egypt) detailed accounts of “call of Abraham,” rescue of Lot, flight of Lot from Sodom, sacrifice of Isaac, origin of Abraham, true location of Ur of Chaldees, detailed exegisis of Genesis 31-33 (history of Jacob from when he left father-in-law Laban, wrestling with angel, fearful reunion with Esau, relocation to Succoth, Shechem); 34 (Simeon & Levi’s massacre at Shechem); 35 (flight to Bethel, etc.); 48/49 (judgment on Simeon/Levi) exegeses also covering significant portions of Genesis 10, 11, 14, 18, 19, & many other passages); includes numerous charts; (+3 fold-out maps); illuminating study unlocks many mysteries of Scripture, ties together large segments of Israel’s history (& prophecy) resolution of chronological conundrums; detailed analysis of Nimrod/Tower of Babel, foundation of Ninevah, history/origins most all important peoples/empires of Bible (Akkad, Aramaeans, Assyrians, Babylonian, Canaanites, Chaldaeans, Edomites [“Esau-ology”], 9 tribes of Giants, Ishmaelites, Medes, Parthians, Persians, Philistines, Sumer, etc.); proof Simeon & Levi’s extermination of Shechem for kidnapping/raping sister Dinah not unusual (God ordered similar things, some are covered, including complete exegesis of grisly, odd history of Judges 19-21 with near-extermination of tribe of Benjamin). Extra-biblical sources consulted/explained. After reading this, you will understand, better than ever, early Adamite/Israelite history, racial identity of majority of nations/races in O.T., Bible prophecy, & God’s overall plan. Deepest study of many of these key Biblical stories ever written. Truly fascinating. 60 commentaries were consulted, + other books, deep exposition of historical & spiritual truths. 711pp., pb., 4000 + P&H.
- The Gospel of John 18-21: Passover, The Betrayal, Arrest, Jewish & Roman Trials, Crucifiction, Resurrection, Post-Resurrection, & Ascension of our Lord, and Pentecost, with a Harmony of the Gospels, the Making of the Apostle Peter, and the Intricate Depth of Irony Revealed, 800pp., pb. 40.00 + P&H. Many mysteries revealed no other commentator has uncovered, deep spiritual truth, harmonization of Gospels, several charts, shows relation of half of disciples to Christ, Christ’s genealogy, consultation of 60 other commentaries distilling their best valid thoughts, and much more; hard to put down; incredible depth and insight. My magnum opus.
- Jeremiah 31, insight into overall prophecy & God’s Plan; reveals numerous mysteries of Scripture; introduction to Jeremiah (both the book & the prophet); overview of the pagan kings and king of Israel who were contemporary with Jeremiah. 328pp. pb.; 1800 + P&H.
- The Truth About Ruth: Ruth the Israelite, 328pp., pb., 1800 + P&H.
- Who Was the Serpent in the Garden? A Case of Reptilian Rebellion or Angelic Anarchy...? [Genesis 3] Charming and Smashing the Serpentile Myth Concerning Original Sin in the Garden that Makes Nonsense of the Scriptures & “The Waters That Covered the Earth:” A Flood of Questions / A Deluge of Controversy [Genesis 6-9], 774pp., pb., 40.00 + P&H. most original and enlightening information on these and many other topics
- Zechariah 4, 378pp., pb., 20.00 + P&H. extensive commentary & detailed exegesis; insight into overall prophecy & God’s Plan; gives overview of all the visions in book of Zechariah and Nehemiah, Ezra, Haggai, Daniel, Revelation, in conjuntion with return of captives and rebuilding of Walls and Temple in Jerusalem.
- Salvation Results From God Bestowing Free Grace Upon His Elect not from the Erroneous Notion of Man Having “Free Will” To Choose To Be Saved — The Charles H. Spurgeon Election, Predestination, and Calvinism Collection, 299pp., pb., 17.50 + P&H; containing Spurgeon’s sermons: Sovereign Grace and Man’s Responsibility, The Agreement of Salvation by Grace with Walking in Good Works, All of Grace, Human Inability, Human Responsibility, Sovereignty and Salvation, Predestination and Calling, Election, Election and Holiness, Election no Discouragement to Seeking Souls, A Defense of Calvinism, & Free Will — A Slave; extensive notes by R.A.B.
- The Sovereignty of God, Predestination, “Free” Will, and the Protestant Reformation; 192pp., pb., 16.00 + P&H.
- So, You Call Yourself A Christian...; Powerful primer proving God’s Law could not have been done away with not only because of God’s Promises, but because of God’s very nature. What makes a Christian a Christian? What makes God God? Proof that Peter’s Vision (and all other N.T. passages the average person things “did away with” the dietary laws) did not abolish God’s Dietary Laws in slightest. 76pp., 550 + P&H.
- Ten Commandments For Youth —For Everyone! For Youth and Young-minded* Adults - An Explanation of the Ten Commandments and A Memory System using Bible Numerics; c.440pp., 6.25 x 9.25, pb., 25.00 + P&H; not on a child’s level, but for older youth and adults [* young minded, refers to opposite of “you can’t teach old dog new trick” and Christ taught if one wanted to see/enter the Kingdom he had to become as a little child, child-like faith / obedience.] shows that 10 Commandments not 10 individual laws, but 10 Categories of Law under which entire Law of God is organized; I show how other laws are so categorized & show how breaking any one is tantamount to breaking all; and that all 10 categories if violated are sins against God and all 10 categories if violated are sins against our kinsmen. Very detailed, enlightening, instructional; profound new thought and clear teaching that will be hard for antinomians to refute, if they will read. Also a detailed exposition of Matthew 5:38-40 concerning loving our “enemies”, “turning the other cheek”, “giving thy coat and cloak”, etc. These were not general, broad-based, universal statements, but only referred to accepting just punishment in court if one had truly sinned and damaged a kinsman and thus to accept the punishment gracefully, showing your true remorse for having damaged a brother; and “going the extra mile” likewise had specific (not universal) application; but modern “Christianity” has perverted this Sermon on the Mount teaching to mean we should just bend over and accept abuse and lie down and die. Christ taught Occupy till I come (not surrender or blend in with the world), and Paul wrote, have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness but REBUKE them... this is not consonant with “turning the other cheek” to GOD’S enemies, the enemies of Christendom: immoral people, aliens, perverts, criminals, antichrists, etc., which is not what Christ was teaching.]
- Uncovering the Mysteries of Your Hidden Inheritance, 6x9, 192pp.; Illustrated; pb., 16 00 + P&H; Hb., 26 00 + P&H. This is the foundational book upon which most of my other 100+ books are built. Bible history and prophecy are real; not mythology or fable; without understanding who you are / God’s Plan, there is no way you can know what God requires or how you are supposed to fit in that plan. This holds the key that unlocks truth of the Scriptures—& history. Translated into Danish & Afrikaans. This is the one to start with; will explain Scriptures/history/prophecy.
- The United States: A Christian Nation (1905) Associate Supreme Court Justice, David J. Brewer, 127pp., notes by RAB, 190pp. total, 6x9 pb., 1600 + P&H.
- What’s Keeping God from Delivering America, Britain and Europe from Destruction...?, 112pp., pb., 950 + P&H.
- 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 written.
- What Was the “Mark” that God Placed on Cain...? —Including: “The Cain-Canaan Connection,” “What Was Ham’s Sin?” “Why Was Canaan Cursed?” “Where Was Eden?” “Where Did Cain Get His Wife?” “How Did the Descendants of Cain Survive the Flood?” ...and other curious things in Scripture considered, 584pp., pb. Dispells many myths, very deep detailed analysis and exegesis; fascinating study an in-depth commentary on the chapter 4of Genesis (which also partly covers Genesis 3,5,6,9, and 10). Unique study of Patriarchs, compares 2 Seedlines, touches on race, angelology. 27.50 + P&H.
- Who Is Responsible for the DEATH of Christendom...?; 21pp., 2.00 + P&H.
- Why Christendom is on the Verge of Extinction & The Cause of and Solution to All our Problems, 88pp., 6.00 + P&H.
Posters / Wall Charts
Every single church, sunday school, christian high school, christian college, seminary, homeschool room should have one of each of these. P&H = 7.50 within the U.S., in protective mailing tube. Up to 10 copies total of any of the below for only 7.50 total to 1 address in the U.S. in 1 tube. All on heavy, glossy, poster paper; suitable for framing; works of art; beautiful; one of a kind / nothing else like them.
A Coordinated Chronological Table of the Patriarchs: From Adam to the 12 Tribes of Israel and the death of Moses... From Creation to the Exodus... [Covering 26 generations and 2,553 years of history, with around 3,000 co-ordinated dates.] — a 10-year project - 38” x 50” full-color wall chart showing all Patriarchs from Adam to Moses; how old each was at time of all other Patriarchs; age in relation to Flood, 2 Calls of Abraham, Tower of Babel, Sodom & Gomorrah, Exodus; dates in terms of age from Adam, and B.C. dates by 8 different methods / chronologists; incorporates 2 other small charts: calendar of events of the Flood & difference between Masoretic and Septuagint chronologies; clears up numerous chronological mysteries, 2 dozen pictures. Most-detailed, comprehensive work of this kind ever attempted. A wealth of info. Invaluable to any Bible student, pastor, author, researcher. Easily see who was alive and when and in relation to everyone else and certain key events. 27.50 + P&H in rolled tube. (see above).
A Coordinated Chronology of the Reformers - 95+ Protestant Reformers and Pre-Reformers - A.D. 1125-1700 — 42” x 33” full-color; color coded by 24 countries, 95 reformers on a time-line, 85 others not on the time line, showing dates of birth, death, how they died, what denominations they founded, etc.; over 100 pictures. 22.50 + P&H.
Coming Soon: A Coordinated Chronological Table of the Judges, Prophets, High Priests, and Kings of Israel (Together with the Contemporary Kings of Pagan Nations) From The Exodus to the Return of the Exiles and the Rebuilding of the Temple (and beyond) (spanning over 1016 years of history) 37” x 42” Invaluable to any Bible student, pastor, author, researcher. [inquire].
Medium sized Charts/Posters by Robert Alan Balaicius: all are full color and illustrated on glossy thick poster paper; 6.00 P&H (within the U.S.) shipping in a protective mailing tube. Up to 10 can ship together for $6.00 total in 1 tube (or they can ship with the larger above). 14” x 20” and 12.50 each + P&H unless otherwise noted
- The Peoples of the Bible, covers most peoples of the Bible 2 seed lines.
- The Migrations and Languages of Israel after the Captivity.
- The Ten Commandments.
- The Perseverance of the Saints / The Lord is our Banner; 12” x 18” 11.50 + P&H.
- Prayer / Daily Bread; 12” x 18” 11.50 + P&H.
- Lord’s Prayer / Soldier’s Psalm (Matthew 6 / Psalm 91).
- Fruit of the Spirit / Full Armor / Think on These Things (Galatians 5 / Ephesians 6 / Philippians 4); 12” x 18” 11.50 + P&H.
- Blessedness / Peace (Psalm 1 / 23). - Faith (Hebrews 11).
- Hope (Beatitutes / Matthew 5). - Love (I Corinthians 13).
Titles by Dr. Gordon H. Clark
Gordon Clark was the greatest philosopher and theologian of our era; yet he is relatively unknown. His works are indispensable to the Christian faith; a philosopher whose powers of logic were without equal; an able writer who is brief, to the point, but hands-down convincing, his arguments being irrefutable; he exposes logical blunders of philosophers and theologians of all eras. His mastery of theology, philosophy, language, history, and political science is amazing, awe-inspiring. No Christian should be unfamiliar with his works. I can provide a complete list of all his works, all of which I stock; but the below are best for starters. Most Christians cannot think logically and therefore, their notions of what Scripture teaches are without foundation. Without truly knowing what one believes, one has little true faith; only an emotional experience; shows that most modern Christian churches, are not Christian at all. As I have expressed, if one has not read Gordon Clark, it is not too extreme to say he has possibly never truly thought; or, at least, he has not thought truly. Please consider these below titles... I cannot stress this enough. (# indicates recommended order in which to read them) Email for complete list of all his works.
Against the World: The Trinity Review, 1978-1988, 375pp., Hb., 31.00 + P&H (reg. 35).
Against the Churches: The Trinity Review, 1989-1998, 500pp., Hb., 35.00 + P&H (reg. 40).
For the King: The Trinity Review, 1999-2008, 624pp., Hb., 35.00 + P&H (reg. 40).
Ancient Philosophy, 500pp., 22.00 + P&H (reg. 25)
(1) The Atonement, 163pp., pb., 11.00 + P&H. A MUST.
Behaviorism and Christianity, 130pp., 10.00 + P&H.
(9) The Biblical Doctrine of Man, 127pp., pb., 10.00 + P&H.
(3) A Christian View of Men and Things, 251pp., 10.25 x 7.25, pb., 18.00 (reg. 22.00); Hb., 25.00 (reg. 30.00) + P&H. In this work he utterly demolishes the false philosophies upon which all political science has been based (from Aristotle, Rousseau, Spengler) and shows how their models are antichristian, socialist, and bound only to fail.
(14) Christian Philosophy (containing his 3 previously separate works, Religion, Reason, and Revelation; Three Types of Religious Philosophy; and An Introduction to Christian Philosophy) 377pp., 10.25 x 7.25, pb., 18.00 (reg. 22.00); Hb., 25.00 (reg. 30.00) + P&H.
(7) A Christian Philosophy of Education, 175pp., 10.25 x 7.25, pb., 13.00; Hb., 17.00 (reg. 19.00) + P&H. Written in 1946 with great foresight even then promoted educating children in Christian schools or at home; a landmark work written by a Christian educator who taught for 60 years.
Clark Speaks from the Grave, 77pp., 5.00 + P&H.
The Clark-Van Till Controversy, Hoeksema, 111pp., 10.00 + P&H.
(7) Colossians, 149pp., 11.00 + P&H.
Commentaries on Paul’s Letters, 398pp., pb., 20.00 + P&H. (reg. 22); Hb., 26.00 + P&H. (reg. 30) containing: Ephesians (Preface, Chapters 1 through 6); Colossians (Preface, Chapters 1 through 4, Appendix); First Thessalonians (Prefatory Note on Textual Criticism, Chapters 1 through 5); Second Thessalonians (Chapters 1 through 3); Appendix: Logical Criticisms of Textual Criticism (Examples from the Old Testament, New Testament Examples, Logical and Textual Criticism, The Greek Text, Variant Readings, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Acts, Romans, Revelation).
Cornelius Van Till: The Man the Myth, Robbins, 45pp., 4.00 + P&H.
(7) Ephesians, 213pp., 12.00 + P&H.
(13) Essays on Ethics and Politics, 221pp., 11.00 + P&H.
(7) First and Second Thessalonians, 175pp. 12.00 + P&H.
(7) First Corinthians, 349pp., 16.00 + P&H.
(9) First John, pb., 11.00 + P&H.
God and Evil: The Problem Solved, 60pp., large pb., (6.00 + P&H.
(3) God’s Hammer: The Bible and Its Critics, 215pp., pb., 15.00 + P&H. Every Christian needs to read this one, and his Atonement and What is the Christian Life?
Gordon H. Clark: Personal Recollections, Robbins, 150pp., 11.00 + P&H.
(10) Historiography: Secular and Religious, 366pp., pb., 14.00 + P&H. Good complement to “A Christian View of Men and Things” in Modern Philosophy, but it is more advanced reading.
(7) The Holy Spirit, 129pp., 9.00 + P&H - consummate scholar, admirable defender of faith, bold, pithy, dry wit. To me this seems to be less a book about the Holy Spirit than it is a critique of errors in books by others on the Holy Spirit (and in most cases, he is probably right & insight illuminating / important). [However, after Clark’s book, I recommend Arthur Pink’s; keeping in mind truth learned from Clark.] Clark’s successor, Robbins, in an Appendix, gives a masterful overview of how Wesley/Finney’s Armenianism which also influened the Pentecostal and Holiness Movements served to pave the way back to Catholic doctrine. Clark’s treatment of Pentecostalism and Robbins Appendix are worth the price of the book.
(4) The Incarnation, 91pp., pb., 9.00 + P&H.
Introduction to Christian Philosophy, 151pp., 10.00 + P&H.
(12) In Defense of Theology, Hb., 119pp., 20.00 + P&H.; large pb., 66pp., 10.00 + P&H.
Karl Barth’s Theological Method, 320pp., 19.00 + P&H.
Language and Theology, 175pp., 12.00 + P&H.
(16) Logic, 140pp., Hb., 17.00 + P&H. This will prob. be difficult for most people to understand. However, even if you can only read first 40 / 50pp. it will be of help. Reading his other books will be a lesson in logic itself; though you won’t be able to grasp everything in first reading of his books, absorb what you can & use a dictionary or google words and phrases that you don’t understand; and write them down on a 3x5 card for future reference.
(7) Logical Criticisms of Textual Criticism, 60pp., 5.00 + P&H.
Lord God of Truth & Concerning the Teacher, 120pp., 10.00 + P&H.
(8) Modern Philosophy (combines 3 of Clark’s books formerly printed separately: The Philosophy of Science and Belief in God (excellent, mind-liberating) Most science is based on false assumptions and little can be proven that upholds the entire fraudulent house of cards - Clark masterfully demolishes the lies of modern science, which is the bulk of the framework of scientific philosophy and false conclusions - a truly mind-liberating book; Behaviorism and Christianity; and William James and John Dewey; Clark annihiliates modern philosophy and psychology and gives incredible insight into language and knowledge in general; 450pp., pb., 10.25 x 7.25, 18.00 (reg. 22.00) + P&H; Hb., 25.00 (reg. 30.00) + P&H.
(7) New Heavens, New Earth (I and II Peter), 250pp., 13.00 + P&H.
(7) Pastoral Epistles, 233pp. pb., 20.00 + P&H (reg. 22); Hb., 26.00 + P&H (reg 30).
(7) Philippians, 137pp., 10.00 + P&H.
(8) Predestination, 176pp., pb., 13.00 + P&H.
The Presbyterian Philosopher: Dr. Gordon H. Clark (2017) by Doug Douma, 320pp., pb., 30.00 (reg. 37.00) + P&H; Hb. 50.00 (reg. 57.00) + P&H.
Thales to Dewey: A History of Philosophy, 450pp., 20.00 + P&H (reg. 22)
(10) The Trinity, 186pp., 13.00 + P&H.
What Do Presbyterians Believe?, 284pp., 12.00 + P&H.
(2) What is the Christian Life?, 342pp., pb., 13.00 (which combines in this new printing/title, his two works Sanctification [which is a good follow-up book to The Atonement, showing beyond salvation what the realities of the Christian faith are] and Today’s Evangelism: Counterfeit or Genuine?)
(11) What Is Saving Faith, 179pp., (combines Faith and Saving Faith & Johannine Logos, which contains great insight but can be a little tedious as he makes his case; but if you persevere, there are some great jewels in it.) 13.00 + P&H.
William James and John Dewey, 141pp., 10.00 + P&H.
Books on The Bible and Archaeology / Origin & Transmission of the Bible
Titles by Sir Charles Marston (British archaeologist, owner of the Sunbeam / Villiers motorcycle company)
- The Bible Comes Alive (c.1924) 303pp. text / 20pp. intro./ 40pp. of photos, c.380pp., total, pb., 18.00 + P&H.
- The Bible Is True: The Lessons of the 1925-1934 Excavations in Bible Lands Summarized and Explained (1934) c.300pp., pb., 18.00 + P&H.
- New Bible Evidence: From the 1925-1933 Excavations (1934-1935) 264pp., pb., 16.50 + P&H.
- New Knowledge About Old Testament (1933) 182pp., pb., 16.00 + P&H.
Titles by Karl G. Sabiers
- Amazing Story How Archaeology Proves Bible is True (1943) 89pp., pb., 1150 + P&H.
- Astounding New Discoveries: Thousands of Amazing FACTS Discovered Beneath the Very Surface of the Original Bible Text (1941) 80pp., 800 + P&H.
- How the Bible Came Down Through The Centuries —from its ancient manuscripts —to our modern printed copies (1943) 91pp., comb-bound, 10.50 + P&H.
- How the Church Came Down Through The Centuries (1946) 63pp., 5.50 + P&H.
- Life Stories of Living Hymns (1943) 87pp., comb-bound, 11.50 + P&H.
Titles by Various Authors on Bible and Archaeology / Origin & Transmission of the Bible
- The Affinity Between the Hebrew Language and the Celtic: Being a Comparison Between Hebrew and the Gaelic Language or the Celtic of Scotland (1872) Thomas Stratton, M.D., R.N., 75pp., stapleback, 8.00 + P&H.
- Alleged Discrepancies of the Bible (1902) Bates, 132pp., pb., 1200 + P&H.
- Alleged Discrepancies of the Bible (1874) Haley, 452pp., pb., 22.00 + P&H. [See also: Difficulties in the Bible, under Balaicius.]
- Ancient Pillar Stones of Scotland Their Significance and Bearing on Ethnology (1856) Dr. George Moore, 179pp., pb., 2100 (reg. 2500); Hb., 3500 (reg. 4000) + P&H.
- The Anglo-Saxon Gospels (Wessex, Northumbrian, and Old Mercian Versions) [inquire].
- Anglo-Saxon Grammar and Reader (1889) Stephen Carpenter, 212pp., comb 2000 + P&H.
- Anglo-Saxon Primer (1890) Henry Sweet,12pp./116pp./8pp., 1500 + P&H; has some reading from Anglo-Saxon Bible, as well as A-S literature.
- Assyrian Invasions and Deportations of Israel (1937) J. Llewellyn Thomas, F. R. C. S., 47pp., 5.50 + P&H.
- 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, 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., + added photographs and brief bio. info of the many eminent archaeologists and scholars referenced in this work, 18.50 + P&H.
- The Bible Verified (1890) Rev. Andrew W. Archibald, 256pp., 18.00 + P&H.
- The Books of the Old and New Testament Proven to be Canonical and Their Verbal Inspiration Maintained and Established with an Account of the Introduction and the Character of the Apocrypha (1830) Robert Haldane, 176pp., Hb., 20.00 + P&H.
- The Canon of the Old and New Testaments Ascertained, or the Bible Complete without the Apocrypha and Unwritten Traditions (1851) Archibald Alexander, D.D., 359pp., pb., 22.00 + P&H. (early 2020)
- A Compendiouis Anglo-Saxon and English Dictionary (1855) Bosworth, 278pp., 6x9 (inquire).
- Diggers For Facts: The Bible in the Light of Archaeology (1940) Kinnaman, Ph.D., 239pp., pb., 2000 + P&H.
- Egypt and Israel (1923) Sir W. M. Flinders Petrie, 150pp., + 50 pages of photos; plastic comb-bound 20.00 + P&H.
- English Derived from Hebrew (1869) R. Govett, 130pp., pb., 12.00 + P&H.
- An Essay on the Antiquity of the Irish Language; Being a Collation of Irish with Punic Language. With Preface Proving Ireland to be the Thule of the Ancients (1772) Lt.-Col. Char. Vallencey, LL.D., 123pp., comb-bound, 12.50 + P&H. rare.
- The First Germanic Bible (1891) G.H. Balg, 469pp. 8.5x11 (original size); Gothic N.T. of Wulfila (c. a.d. 350); with Gothic-English lexicon & grammar; plastic comb-bound, 32.00 + P&H; first-known translation of Bible into Germanic/English tongue; helps establish validity of some passages “critics” claim were later interpolations (preceded Vulgate & Septuagint, not tainted by either); sadly, its only N.T. (fragmentary) with a few paragraphs of O.T. which survived.
- Grammar of the Gothic Language (1910) Wright, 383pp., 8.5x11 xerox, comb-bound, 20.00 + P&H; or will print in paperback if there is interest: Inquire.]
- The Great Pyramid: In Light of Latest Archaeological Research (c.1943) Kinnaman, 50pp., published by Winrod/Defender Magazine; 5.00 + P&H; very rare. [see Diggers For Facts.]
- Hebrew and English Some Likenesses Psychic and Linguistic (c.1920) Courtenay, 134pp., pb., 14.00 + P&H.
- Heritage of Evidence: In British Museum, Masters, 127pp., 6x9 pb., 12.00 + P&H, glossy full color photos throughout, a bargain at this price; evidence of Christian faith in British Museum.
- How We Got Our Bible (1912) J. Paterson Smyth, 152pp., & And God Spake These Words: How We Got Our Bible and Why We Believe It Is God’s Word (1926) Rev. W. H. Griffith Thomas, D.D., 127pp., 305pp., 6x9 pb., 18.50 + P&H.
- Ivan Panin Collection #1: [4 booklets in 1], containting: An Introduction to the Principles of Bible Numerics (1920?) & Verbal Inspiration Demonstrated (1923) & The Inspiration of the Greek Scriptures Scientifically Demonstrated (1934) & Inspiration of the Hebrew Scriptures Scientifically Demonstrated (1928) 152pp., pb., 1200 + P&H.
- Ivan Panin Collection #2: [4 booklets in 1], 240pp., 8.5 x 7, pb., 20.00 + P&H. containing: Bible Numerics, The Last 12 Verses of Mark, The Shorter Works of Ivan Panin, and The Structure and authorship of the New Testament (retypeset).
- Lancelot Andrewes (1952) Florence Higham, 128pp., pb., 1400 + P&H. [Bishop Andrewes (1555-1626) Bible and language scholar, headed the translation of the King James Bible.]
- Our Bible and the Ancient Manuscripts: A History of The Text and It’s Translations (1895) Sir F. Kenyon, 255pp., + 50pp. photos, 20.00 + P&H. Former head of British Museum (see also his, The Bible and Archaeology - firm believer in the veracity of the Bible.)
- Palestine and Israel: Historical Notes (1934) Sir W. M. Flinders Petrie, 115pp., plastic comb-bound 12.00 + P&H.
- The Pillar of Witness: A Scriptural View of the Great Pyramid (1876) Commander B. W. Tracey, R.N., 84pp., 8.00 + P&H.
- The Post-Captivity Names of Israel (1934) Goard, 128p., pb., 1200 + P&H.
- Prehistoric Antiquities of Aryan Peoples: A Manual of Comparative Philology and Earliest Culture (1890) Dr. Schrader [English transl], 487pp., 8.5x11 comb-bound xerox; 25.00 + P&H; will print in pb. if interest; inquire.
- Primer on Assyriology (1894/1925 ed.) Prof. A. H. Sayce, 126pp., plastic comb-bound 15.00 + P&H.
- Seventy Years in Archaeology (1932) Sir W. M. Flinders Petrie, 307pp. (+ 35pp. of photos), pb., 22.00 + P&H.
- A Sumer Aryan Dictionary, Prof. L.A. Waddell, 128pp., pb., 19.00 (reg. 21.00) + P&H.
- Translators Revived: A Biographical Memoir of the Authors of the English Version of the Holy Bible (1853) & The Conversion of Northern Europe (1853) Alex. W. M’Clure, D.D., 250pp. + 40pp., pb., 20.00 + P&H.
Main Titles by Various Authors
- 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; 2000 + P&H. [This & Civil Magistrate’s Power, Lex Rex, Tenure of Kings and Magistrates, & Vindiciae, main books used by our Founding fathers in establishing our nation.]
- Abandoned to Christ (1955) L.E. Maxwell, 248pp., pb., 1800 + P&H.
- Absolute Predestination, Jerome Zanchius (1516-1590) Italian Reformer; English pastor/hymnist Augustus Toplady challenged John Wesley to refute Zancius on matter of predestination. Wesley never responded. 130pp., pb., 1200 + P&H; Hb., 1800 + P&H.
- Adoniram Judson (1952) Bailey (editor, written by Julia Johnston, 1887) 128pp., comb-bound, 9.00 + P&H.
- All Roads Lead To Rome?: The Ecumenical Movement, Michael De Semlyen (inquire).
- 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 (see his other rare volume, The Tree of Knowledge).
- American Christian Rulers (1890) Rev. E. J. Giddings, 650pp., Hb., 3000 + P&H; bios of nearly 200 statesmen.
- American Political Writing During the Founding Era: 1760-1805, 2 vol., c.730p./ea. pb., set 2400 + P&H; Hb., set 3800 + P&H (reg. 4200) (See also: Political Sermons...)
- America’s Appointed Destiny (1942) Frederick Haberman, 210pp., pb., with 2 extracts added from Mack Wyatt’s “U. S. in Bible Prophecy” (1935) Isaiah 18 & George Washington’s Vision; pb., 18.00 + P&H.
- America’s Providential History, Bileles/McDowell, 293p. 8½x11, pb., 20.00 + P&H
- The Ancient Prussians (1932) Erich Weise, translated by Elise Deckner, 40pp., very rare Old/Ancient Prussians were Lithuanian tribe exterminated by Teutonic knights. 500 + P&H.
- The AntiChrist: His Portrait and History (1918; 1943 ed.); Baron Alfred Porcelli; 127pp., pb., 13.50 + P&H. reportedly one of the best, and concise exposures of the Papacy.
- The Anti-Federalist: An Abridgment of the Complete Anti-Federalist: writings of the opponents of the U.S. Constitution (because it gave too much Federal Power) Storing, 382pp., pb., 2200 + P&H.
- The Attributes of God, Arthur Pink, 96pp., pb. (a classic) 10.00 + P&H.
- Autobiography of George Mueller, 237pp., pb., 900 + P&H (abridged) A MUST! Greatest man of faith of the modern era. Unabridged, 736pp., with photos; Hb., 50.00 + P&H.
- Back to the Long Grass: My Link with Livingstone (1923) Daniel Crawford 373pp.+30pp.,photos, pb., 26.00 + P&H. [See prequel: Thinking Black.] 50.00 / set + P&H.
- 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.
- The Belgic Confession: Its History and Sources, Grootjes, 229pp., pb., 3000 + P&H; oldest / most-important doctrinal statement in Reformed Church, c.1561; became Protestant confession in Netherlands/Belgium during Catholic inquisition.
- Belorussia: The Making of a Nation (1954) Vakar, 300pp., (Inquire)
- The Boer Fight For Freedom (1902) Michael Davitt (Member of Parliament, witnessed the Boer war, resigned in protest and wrote this book) 600+pp., plastic comb-bound, 35.00 + P&H.
- Bondage of the Will (1525) Martin Luther, 328pp., pb., 20.00 + P&H; masterpiece destroying Arminianism / Man’s Free Will; revealing God’s Sovereignty; contains superb historical and theological introduction by the translators J. I. Packer and O. Johnston. Luther wrote it in 1525, in Latin; it was titled De Servo Arbitrio (literally, “On Un-free Will”, or “Concerning Bound Choice”). Also in stock, 297pp., pb., 1823 translation by Henry Cole, 18.00 + P&H.
- The Book of Revelation: Parts 1 & 2 (1936) A.J. Ferris, 185pp., paperback, 1800 + P&H. [View of Revelation held by Reformers/early modern pillars of faith.]
- Born Crucified: Cross in the Life of the Believer (1945) Maxwell, 280pp., comb-bound, 1800 + P&H.
- Brave Little Holland and What She Taught Us (1894) W.E.Griffis, 252pp., pb., 1750 + P&H. Excellent/we can learn from.
- The British Constitution (1893) Amos Dean, 104pp., pb., 1400 + P&H.
- Buddhism in Pre-Christian Britain (1928) Donald A. Mackenzie, 178pp., + intro., pb., 1600 + P&H. author did not connect with the invading Aryans (descendents of either Shem or more likely Abraham) and later Sakka (Saxons) Israelites who founded Empire in India, then moved eastward following their brethren; winding up in Isles; but has some good info on Celts; more-detailed work showing the connection with Israel, is Lost Tribes & the Saxons of the East & the Saxons of the West by Dr. Moore (which see).
- Calvin as a Theologian & Calvinism Today, B.B. Warfield, 32pp., 3.25 + P&H.
- The Cause of God and Truth (1738) John Gill, 340pp., Hb., 26.00 (reg. 30.00) + P&H. English Puritan Baptist (and that title should cause one to realize how greatly degraded and corrupt modern baptists have become in their doctrine) demolishes man’s free will / Arminianism.
- Cato’s Letters Or, Essays on Liberty, Civil and Religious, and Other Important Subjects [“Cato” were: John Trenchard (1662-1723), author, M.P. for 1 year; and Thomas Gordon (c.1695-1750); publisher, author, language tutor]; almost a generation before Washington, Henry, and Jefferson were even born, two Englishmen, using pseudonym, wrote newspaper articles condemning tyranny and advancing principles of liberty immensely influenced American colonists. 2 vol., Hb., 1,064pp., 40.00 (reg. 42) + P&H.
- The Celtic Church in Britain and Ireland (1902) Heinrich Zimmer (Prof. of Celtic philology at the University of Berlin) Translated by A. Meyer, xv/131pp. 1400 + P&H.
- Champion of the Kingdom: The Story of Philip Mauro (1961) Gardiner, 79pp., plastic comb-bound, 1100 + P&H.
- The Chaplains & Clergy of the Revolution, Headley, 112p. 8½x11, stapleback 1500 + P&H.
- Chaplains in Grey (1957) Charles Frank Pitts, Hb., 240pp., 2000 + P&H
- Charles Beard and the Constitution: A Critical Analysis, Robert Brown, 228pp., pb., 1900 + P&H. “claim” Constitution written by small group of rich to favor their own. they were supposed to amend Articles of Confederation, but made whole new system, tricked people into approving it; “theory” of Charles Beard, “progressive” historian author “Economic Interpretation of Constitution.” Brown dismantles Beard’s thesis chapter by chapter in very readable, even-handed book. Brown disagrees with Beard’s methods, evidence, conclusions, but does not attack; he is graceful/reasonable; uses Beard’s outline with chapters on economic interests, property safeguards, political doctrines, economics of vote & ratification process, etc.; must read for anyone who has heard “economic conspiracy” myth of Constitution / interested in founding of our form of government.
- Charles W. Quantrell: A History of His Guerrilla Warfare on the Missouri and Kansas Border During the Civil War (1923) Burch, 268pp., pb., 2400 (reg. 2800); Hb., 3600 (reg. 4300) + P&H.
- Christian History of American Revolution: Consider & Ponder, Hall, Hb., 8½x11, 736pp., 3800 (reg. 4300)+ P&H.
- Christian History of Constitution Un. States of Amer.: Vol 1: Christian Self-Government, Hall, Hb., 8½x11, 545pp., 3800 (reg. 4300)+ P&H.
- Christian History of the Constitution of the United States of America: Vol 2: Christian Self-Government w/ Union, Hall, Hb., 8½x11 660pp., 3800 (reg. 4300)+ P&H.
- Christianity & The Constitution: Faith of Our Founding Fathers, Eidsmoe, 9x6, 480pp., pb., 40.00 + P&H; used copies cheaper, send SASE / email for info.
- Christianity in the United States (1888) Daniel Dorchester, 800pp., Hb., 4500 (reg. 5000) + P&H.
- Christian Leaders of the 18th Century (1885) Bishop J. C. Ryle, 432p. pb., 1400 + P&H.
- Christian Life and Character of the Civil Institutions of the United States: Developed in the Official and Historical Annals of the Republic (1864) Benjamin Franklin Morris, 834pp., large pb., 4000 (reg. 5700) or 1060pp., Hb., 40.00 + P&H. + P&H; one of most powerful books on topic; feared by enemies of Christianity in the US.
- The Chronology of The Bible (1922) Philip Mauro, 124pp., pb., 1050 + P&H. (a.k.a. Marvels of Bible Prophecy); condensing / correction of Anstey’s Romance of Bible Chronology (see).
- Chosen by God, R.C. Sproul, 213pp., pb., 15.00 + P&H.
- Cimmerians and Scythians, Brig.-Gen W.H. Fasken, C.B., 26pp., 300 + P&H.
- The Civil Magistrates’ Power (1653, retype-set) Thomas Cobbett; 170pp., Hb., 2500 + P&H.
- A Cloud of Witnesses (1800’s) Thomson, 612pp., Hb., 2600 + P&H. (last testimonies martyred Scottish Covenanters)
- Columbus and Cortez: Conquerors for Christ, John Eidsmoe, 308pp., pb., 15.00 + P&H.
- Company Aytch (“H”) or A Side Show of the Big Show (1881) Sam Watkins, first hand account of various different incidents from the journal of soldier and his experiences during Civil War, 274pp., pb., 1400; Hb. 1800 (reg. 2000) + P&H.
- The Complete Works of Augustus Toplady (1794) 915pp., Hb. 50.00 + P&H.
- Confederate Lives: Soldiers and Statesmen, Gamaliel Bradford, 291pp., pb. 1400 + P&H.
- The Confederate Reader: How South Saw War (1864-1865) Harwell, 416pp., pb. (inquire)
- The Confession of Holy Christian Faith of All Three Estates (Bohemian Confession, 1575) Translated from Lissa Folios of Unitas Fratrum (Moravian Church) 47pp., 4.50 + P&H.
- The Conflict of Science and Religion: There is None, 60pp., A.J. Ferris, 550 + P&H.
- Conflict With Rome (1940, transl. Dutch 1957) Gerrit Berkouwer, 319pp., 6.25x9.25 pb., 20.00 + P&H. Dr. Gordon H. Clark called it “a masterpiece”. Printed for the first time since 1958.
- The Coronation Stone (c.1938) G. H. Thompson, 27pp., 3.00 + P&H.
- The Covenant Oath of Jehovah (1919) Augusta Cook, 332pp., comb-bound, intro. by Dr. Dinsdale T. Young, 2000 + P&H.
- Crimes and Mercies, James Bacque, (Eisenhower / allies starved to death 9 million Germans); pb., 3000 + P&H.
- Cromwell: The Protector: A Vindication (1847) J. H. Merle D’Aubigne, 281pp. Hb., 1800 + P&H.
- The Cross of Christ: Throne of God (1935) F. J. Huegel, 143pp., pb., 1500 + P&H.
- Crowded to Christ (1951) L.E. Maxwell, 354pp., pb., 2000 + P&H.
- Custer: The Controversial Life of George Amstrong Custer, Wert, 464pp., pb., 24.00 (reg 28.00) + P&H; or very good used Hb. for 28.00 + P&H. excellent book
- Darwinism Under the Microscope: How Recent Scientific Evidence Points to Divine Design, Gills, 236pp., pb., 1500 + P&H.
- Darwin’s Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution, Behe, environmental biologist proves even lowest forms life designed Hb. 2200 + P&H; (reg 2500); pb. 1400 + P&H.
- Darwin’s Mistake: Antediluvian Discoveries Prove Dinosaurs and Humans Co-Existed, Hans-Joachim Zillmer, 292pp., pb., 1800 + P&H (reg 2000).
- Daughters of Destiny: The Story Behind the Genealogy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the divinely ordained history of the Royal Throne of Britain, Glyn Lewis (Cov. Publ.; 2010), 208pp., pb., 18.00 + P&H.
- Davis and Lee: Protest Against the Attempt of the Yankee Radicals to have Them and the Other Confederate Chiefs Murdered: A Vindication of the Southern States, Citizens, and Rights by the Fed. Const. and its Makers; and Exposure of Perversions of Said Constitution, and Falsifications of the Historical Records by the Mass. Expounders; also (incidentally) President Johnson’s Southern and State-Rights Principles (1865) by P. C. Centz, barrister., 82pp., 7.50 + P&H.
- Death at Katyn (1944) 48pp., 500 + P&H. (soviets murder tens of thousands Lithuanian / Polish officers; blame Germans)
- The Death of Death in the Death of Christ (1648) John Owen, retype-set, 320pp., pb., 17.00 + P&H. (Puritan, and chaplain to Oliver Cromwell, demolishment of Arminianism/free will.)
- 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 — two discourses delivered in Capitol of U.S., at request of several Members of Congress, on anniversary of Washington’s birthday, 1857 (1862) Rev. F. E. Pitts of Nashville, Tenn., 82pp., (a.k.a. “The U.S.A. in Bible Prophecy”); this edition reprinted from 11th ed. by Rev. C. O. Stadsklev and contains his 4-page intro. 6.00 + P&H.
- A Defence of Conservatism - A Further Text-book for Tories (1927) Anthony M. Ludovici; 276pp., pb., (rare book) 24.00 + P&H. [sequel to his A Defence of Aristocracy: A Text Book for Tories (1915) 482pp., pb., 27.00 (reg. 31.00) + P&H.]
- Democracy in America (1840) Tocqueville, 2 vol., pb., 1688pp., 22.00 + P&H.
- 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 “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., 3.50 + P&H. Un-repealable Bill; gun rights cannot be abrogated; militia not the military, comprised of all able-bodied men 18-45.
- 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.
- Did Charles Darwin Become A Christian?, Rusch/Klotz, 38pp., 2.75 + P&H
- Did the Catholic Church Give Us The Bible?, Daniel; w/ illustrations by Jack Chick, 159pp., pb., 900 + P&H; lively synopsis of history portrayed with comic book type illustrations.
- Dinsdale Young: The Preacher - An Intimate Sketch of Dr. Dinsdale T. Young (1938) Murray, 144pp., comb-bound, 14.00 + P&H; (very rare) Very famous Methodist preacher.
- Discovery of the Tomb of Ollamh Fodhla: Ireland’s Famous Monarch and Lawmaker Upwards of 3,000 years ago (1873) Conwell, (Irish Royal Academy) 69pp., 600 + P&H.
- Dissertation on the Origin and Progress of the Scythians or Goths: Being an Introduction to the Ancient and Modern History of Europe (1787) John Pinkerton, xxvipp./209pp., comb-bound 16.00 + P&H.
- The Doctrine of Endless Punishment (1885) W. G. T. Shedd, D.D., 201pp.; The Eternal Suffering of the Wicked (1871) Rob. Govett, M.A., Eternal Punishment I. & II. (1942 / 1951) Arthur W. Pink, 40pp./54pp.; World’s View of Eternal Punishment: or, The Doctrine of Eternal Punishment Written Indelibly in Human Nature (1929) Pegram, Ph.D., 93pp.; + 22pp. intro & notes added to Pink (re-type-set; others are facsimile) by R.A.Balaicius; brief biography of each author & photo of each except Pegram (several pages of preface added to Pegram’s work by R.A.B.).636pp., pb., 30.00 + P&H; bargain for 600pp., book, let alone 4 rare titles. Govett was eminent English Bible scholar (highly acclaimed by Spurgeon; Spurgeon’s nephew, a theologian, married Govett’s sister). Govett wrote many books / commentaries, see English Derived from Hebrew.
- The Dooms of King Alfred (laws of England established a.d. c.890 based upon Bible/God’s Law) 58pp., 600 + P&H; bilinear Anglo-Saxon (Old English) & English translation.
- Drama of the Lost Disciples, Jowett, 253pp., pb., 2000 + P&H; excellent by incredible man—historians from 1st century on: Christ visited England & founded Church there, many of disciples & Mary, etc. went to Britain after Resurrection. Well documented, scholarly. A MUST!
- The Early Britons and The Early British Church Being the Substance of Two lectures given at Glastonbury, 14th July, 1925, Capt./Rev. G. H. Lancaster, 64pp., 600 + P&H.
- Economic Harmonies (1850) Frederic Bastiat, 596pp., 15.00 + P&H.
- Egyptian Civilization: Its Sumerian Origin & Real Chronology and Sumerian Origin of Egyptian Hieroglyphics (1930) Prof. L.A. Waddell, 243pp., pb., 15.00 + P&H; Hb., 25.00 + P&H.
- The Elements of Style, Strunk & White, 105pp., pb., 10.00, concise, clear, to the point, it is a must for any writer or anyone who wants to use the English language properly, especially today as it is under assault as never before.
- An Emerging Civilization (1952) C.R. Dickey, 214pp., pb., 2000 + P&H; ancient to modern history in light of Bible/history.
- The Enthroned Christian (c.1955) & John Looks at the Cross (1957) F.J. Huegel, 190pp., pb., 2 books in 1; 1600 + P&H. excellent, much needed, our position in Christ.
- An Essay on the Trial By Jury (1852) Lysander Spooner, 248pp., pb., 21.00 + P&H.
- Everything You Were Taught About American Slavery is Wrong, Ask a Southerner!, Lochlainn Seabrook (award-winning world’s most prolific, respected, popular pro-South historian, scholar), 1020pp., Hb., 45.00 + P&H; pb., 35.00 + P&H.
- Evolution or Creation? (c.1930) Sir Ambrose Fleming (English physicist) 114pp., pb., 1400 + P&H.
- Evolution: Science Falsely So-Called (1970) Inter’l Christian Crusade, 112pp., comb-bound, 1200 + P&H.
- Execution By Hunger, Dolot, 231pp., pb., 1800 + P&H. (soviet starvation of Ukrainians in “Bread Basket of Europe”)
- The Existence and Attributes of God (1682; 1853 ed.) Steph. Charnock ( Puritan) c.1150pp., Hb., 4000 + P&H.
- Fair Sunshine: Character Studies of Scotch Covenanters (1957) Purves, 203pp., pb., (martyrs) 1200 + P&H.
- Faith & Freedom: Christian Roots of American Liberty, Hart, 384pp. excellent; one best books on Christian roots of U.S.; out of print, good used pb.,/Hb. copies; inquire.
- Far From Rome, Near to God: Test. of 50 Converted Rom. Cath. Priests, Bennett/Buckingham, 362pp., pb., 1600 + P&H.
- Father Abraham’s Children (1949) Perry Edwards Powell, Ph.D., 157pp., pb., 1450 + P&H.
- The Federalist Papers (philosophy / politics consonant with founding of our nation; John Jay, J. Madison, Alex. Hamilton), pb. (Penguin) 528pp., 16.00 + P&H; mass-market pocket pb. (Bantam) 624pp., 8.00 + P&H.
- 50 Years in the Church of Rome: the Conversion of a Priest, Chiniquy, 366pp., pb., 1500 + P&H.
- Five English Reformers (1890) J. C. Ryle 160p. pb., 1200 + P&H.
- The Footsteps of Divine Providence: or, The Bountiful Hand of Heaven Defraying the Expenses of Faith: Wonderfully Displayed in Erecting and Managing the Hospital at Glaucha without [outside] Halle, in the Prussian Dominions For the Education of Students in Divinity; and for the Reception, Cloathing, Feeding, and Educating of Poor Children Carried on by the instrumentality of that humble, and blessed servant of God, Augustus Herman Franck (1787) partial translation Franck’s, Segensvolle Fußstapfen (1709) 180pp., plastic comb-bound, 2000 + P&H.
- Foreign Missions Exposed (1910) 144pp., Thomas E. Watson (1856–1922) U. S. Senator, attorney, newspaper editor, historian, and author from Georgia, 144pp., pb., 16.50 + P&H.
- For Those Still At Sea (1978) Simas Kudirka, 226pp., Hb. out of print, a few good used copies [Inquire]. [Contains some vulgar language.] Incredible story, Lithuanian seaman literally jumped ship, to defect onto US Coast Guard cutter; bureaucratic incompetence, given back; spent 15 years hard labor Siberia, never gave up hope. A must. [made into tv movie, “The Defection of Simas Kudirka” (1978) Alan Arkin.]
- Foxe’s Christian Heroes and Martyrs of the World, a.k.a. Foxe’s Book of Martyrs: Being a History of the Persecution of the Protestants from the first century onward, by John Foxe and other Eminent Authorities, abbreviated edition, Newly Revised and Updated (1907) [originally published as “The Acts and Monuments of the Church Containing the History and Sufferings of the Martyrs” in 1564 in 1,800 pages by John Foxe] 60 full-page illustrations + Memoir of the author from an earlier edition by Walter Scott Publ. Co.; c.620pp., 6x9, quality pb., 24.00 + P&H.
Also available: Foxe’s Book of Martyrs (1894 abridged ed. begins at time of Wycliffe) published by Walter Scott, LTD., London, w/ a Memoir of Author & Preface by Rev. S.G. Potter, D.D., plastic comb-bound, 396pp., 20.00 + P&H.
- The Fraudulent Gospel, Smith, 168p., pb., 2000 + P&H Exposes World Council of Churches with ties to communism, catholic church, terrorism, etc.
- The Gate and the Cross or Pilgrim’s Progess in Romans (and Excursus and Parallelism) (1889) Rev. George B. Peck, 182pp., plastic comb-bound, 18.00 + P&H.
- The General History of Ireland (translated in 1841 from original Irish Language; written early 1600’s) Jeoffry Keating D.D., 600pp. in 2 vol., plastic comb-bound; 4000 + P&H.
- General Principles of Constitutional Law (1891) Judge Thomas Cooley, 390pp., pb., 24.00 + P&H. (one of most-frequently cited authorities in American law)
- Glastonbury: The Mother of Saints: Her Saints from A.D. 37 to 1539 (1927) Rev. L.S. Lewis, Vicar of Glastonbury, 108pp., pb., 1400 + P&H.
- God Counts: Amazing Discoveries in Bible Numbers (1947) W.E. Filmer, 86pp., comb-bound 9.00 + P&H.
- God’s Battalions: the Case for the Crusades (2010) Rodney Stark, 288pp., pb., 16.00 + P&H.
- God’s Perfect Will (1901) G. Campbell Morgan, 108pp., plastic comb-bound, 1000 + P&H.
- God’s Rebels (powerful influence of Confederate Pastors Civil War) Henry Lee Curry [out of print/only few left], 132pp., Hb., 22.00 + P&H.
- Gospel Incense: or a Practical Treatise on Prayer (1657) by Thomas Cobbet, 414pp., pb., one of the most profound Puritan works on this topic. 22.50 + P&H.
- The Gothic History of Jordanes (1915; with Intr. & Commentary by Charles Christopher Mierow, Ph.D.) or De origine actibusque Getarum [Of the Origin and Deeds of the Goths] or [as abbreviated] Getica [Goths] [written c. a.d.550], vipp./188pp., plastic comb-bound, 1650 + P&H.
- The Green Mountain Boys: Or Vermont and the New York Land-Jobbers (1885) Philip H. Smith, 85pp., retypeset, with added illustrations, plastic comb-bound, 8.50 + P&H.
- The Guardians of the Gate: The Serbe (1917) Rev., Maj. Laffan (Englishman of Irish or French descent) 300pp., plastic comb-bound, 1800 + P&H.
- Guthones (The Goths): Kinsmen of Lithuanian People (1929) Alexander Rackus, M.D.; 432pp., plastic comb-bound; the left-hand (even) pages in the book are English; the right-hand (odd) pages are in Lithuanian. The author gives lists of words in Gothic and Lithuanian (and English) to show relation; 24.00 + P&H.
- Harvest of Sorrow, Conquest (attempted extermination of the Ukrainians; film censored by tv. media) 411pp., pb., 1400 + P&H; Hb., 3700 + P&H.
- Heidelberg Catechism, 88pp., im. leather, 14.00 + P&H; or new English transl. w/ commentary, 144pp., pb., 7.50 + P&H.
- Heimskringla: Lives of the Norse Kings, Norse Chronicle from earliest times to settlement of Norway, Snorre Sturlason, 832pp., pb. 23.00 (reg. 25) + P&H.
- Here I Stand: Life of Martin Luther (1950) R. H. Bainton, 441pp., Hb., 20.00 + P&H.
- Heresies Exposed: An Exposure of Some of the Prevailing Heresies of the Day, compiled by William C. Irvine, introduction by Louis T. Talbot, D.D. - First written in 1917; 24th edition 1950, 225pp., 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, pb., 18.00 + P&H.
- 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) Jamieson, 394pp., pb., [inquire]
- Heroes of the Reformation (1951) Hagstotz, Ph.D., 310pp. pb., + photos added by modern publisher (me) of each of the 43 different reformers, 18.00 + P&H.
- High Peaks in Redemption (1954) F. J. Huegel, 126pp., pb., 12.00 + P&H.
- A Hind Let Loose: Testimonies of Church of Scotland (1687; 1797 ed.) Alex. Shields, 750+pp., plastic comb-bound 8.5x11 xerox 20.00 or paperback 50.00 (reg. 54.00) + P&H.
- His Side vs. Our Side: Galatians, God’s Great Antithesis (1940) Harrison, 130pp., pb., 1400 + P&H. excellent spiritual growth
- Historians’ History of the World: Scandinavia (1904) H. S. Williams, 519pp.+, pb., 7.3x9.25; excellent; illustrated; 45.00 + P&H. Norway, Denmark, Sweden, (with brief info on Iceland, Greenland, and Finland).
- Historians’ History of the World: Switzerland (1904) Henry Smith Williams, 248pp., 7.3 x 9.25; excellent overall coverage; illustrated; 24.00 + 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, 600+pp., 35.00 + P&H. The print was small and the book 7x10 so I expanded to 8.5x11 and was able to enlarge the print 19%.
- Historical Outlines on Lithuania (1921) Hertmanowicz, 43pp., rare; + photos of famous Lithuanians, 6.00 + P&H.
- Historic Background and Annals of Swiss and German Pioneer Settlers of Southeastern Pennsylvania, and of Their Remote Ancestors, From Middle of the Dark Ages, Down to the Time of Revolutionary War (1917) Eshleman, 392pp., [Inquire.]
- Historical and Biographical Sketches [The Settlement of Germantown and other early history of Pennsylvania] (1883) Samuel W. Pennypacker (23rd Gov. of Penna.) pp., 416pp. (founders of Penna. / Op Den Graeff's were ancestors of mine, as were many others mentioned in the book: van Bebber, Gottschalk, Ziegler, Kolb, Kassel, Van Sintern, Schumacher, Pletjes [grandmother of William Penn, who was a cousin of mine], Linderman (relatives of Martin Luther) Kuster, Jansen, etc.). Founding of Germantown, Mennonite Migration and the Martyr's Mirror, and a dozen or so short biograpahies of various individuals, to which I have added Daniel Pastorius’ “Description of Pennsylvania” (1700) and a brief bio and photos of the author, 20pp., 450 total pages, pb., 24.00 + P&H.
- Historical Traditions and facts Relating to Ancient Gwent or Siluria: Part 1: Prehistoric and Roman Periods (1897) W. N. Johns, 166pp., plastic comb-bound. Very rare. 1600 + P&H; Part 2: The Saxon Period, 1600 + P&H; Part 3: Norman and Early English Period, 1600 + P&H.
- The History of Ancient Caledonia [Scotland] (1870) MacLaren, 128pp., pb., 1250 + P&H.
- The History of the Anglo-Saxons (1841) Sharon Turner (he was a London attorney) complete set in 2 volumes, 1,284pp., pb., 8000 + P&H; Excellent Book! the classic/definitive work on topic.
- History of the Carlock Family and Adventures of Pioneer Americans Including the Kimbrough, Goodpasture, Hoyle, Fite, Fancher, Lee, Wells, Judy, Tracy, Settles, Rowell, Moore, Cornelison, Harrold, Brown, and Other Connecting Families (1929); Compiled and Published by Marion Pomeroy Carlock, 655pp., 8x11 Hardback ; interesting history, genealogy, biographies (with many photos) of these families; 40.00 + P&H (probably only be of interest to those with these family names in their genealogy); probably only be of interest to those who are of these families.
- History of the Christian Church (c.1890) Schaff (8 Hb vol): 1) Apostolic Christianity: A.D. 1-100, 888p; 2) Ante-Nicene Christianity: A.D. 100-325, 891p; 3) Nicene and Post-Nicene Christianity: A.D. 311-600, 1066p; 4) Medieval Christianity AD 590-1073, 812p; 5) Middle Ages AD 1049-1294, 924p; 6) Middle Ages AD 1294-1517, 808p.; 7) German Reformation, 772p; Swiss Reformation, 909p; 8 vol; [Inquire]
- History of Great Boer Trek and Origin of South African Republics (1899) Hon. Henry Cloete, LL.D., xxiv/196pp., comb-bound, 16.50 + P&H.
- The History of Ireland from the Earliest Period to the Present Time (1867; 1885 ed.) Martin Haverty; plastic comb bound in 2 vol., 8.5x11 (original size) 1,162pp., many illustrations, additional chapters on Celtic literature & geography of major counties of Ireland (not in 1867 ed.) 12500 + P&H;)] This is not “Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland, by the Four Masters” (7 vols./4,000pp. rare & very expensive). Haverty drew directly from The Annals..., gleaning most relevant; and from modern editors of The Annals... (Dr. O’Donovan, Professor Eugene Curry, Rev C.P. Meehan, Dr. R.R. Madden, & other eminent scholars). Haverty’s is considered finest work on Irish History. The entire text is intact, however, the last 6 pages of the index in the back are missing, as are 1 or 2 minor pages of illustrations that are not pertinent to text; also contains short history of “The Annals...” & brief biography of The Four Masters, editors & translators (& photos) Haverty, & others who wrote classic works on history of Ireland (Geoffrey Keating, Villanueva, etc.) written / compiled by Balaicius.
- History of Latvia (1951) Bilmanis, 450+pp., (Inquire)
- History of the Langobards (Lombards) (1907) by Paul the Deacon [a.d.700s], 437pp., pb., 31.00 + P&H; 50.00 (reg. 53) for Hb.; or 20.00 + P&H for plastic comb-bound. rare
- History of the Mennonites: Historically and Biographically Arranged from the Time of the Reformation, More Particularly from the Time of Their Emigration to America (1888) by Daniel Kolb Cassel (one of my cousins through both the Kolb and the Cassel families, and through about 10 other lines; we were cousins by about 12 different ancestors) 450pp., 24.00 + P&H. with Foreward, Afterword, and genealogy of Daniel Cassel compiled by R.A.B.
- A History of the Moravian Church (1909) Hutton, 524pp., pb., 3600 (reg. 4100) + P&H.
- History of the Moravian Church in Philadelphia: From Its Foundation in 1742 to the Present Time (1857) Abraham Ritter, 332pp., pb., 3100 + P&H.
- The History of Normandy and of England (1857) Sir Francis Palgrave, 4 volume set, 3,248pp., Definitive history of the Normans. Vol. 1 covers: Medieval Europe, Carlovingian Empire, Danish expeditions into Gaul, Establishment of Rollo; Vol 2: Rollo, William Long Sword, Richard Fearless, Carlovingian line replaced by Capet; Vol 3: Richard Fearless, Richard Good, Richard III, Robert Devil, William Conqueror; Vol IV: William Rufus, Ascession of Henry Beauclerc; plastic comb-bound, 8.5x11 2x2 xerox, 11000 + P&H; paperback, 21600 + P&H (reg. 22300).
- The History of the Northmen or Danes and Normans, From the Earliest Times to the Conquest of England by William of Normandy (1831) H. Wheaton, 367pp,. plastic comb-bound, 22.00 + P&H.
- The History of Providence: As Manifested in Scripture (1888) Carson, (c. 1776-1849; Ireland) 242pp., 1700 + P&H.
- History of the Reformed Church, Dutch; The Reformed Church, German and the Moravian Church in the United States (1895) Corwin/Dubbs/Hamilton, 548pp., pb., 22.50 + P&H; the Reformed Church was separate from the Lutheran, the work of Swiss Reformer Zwingli, later refined by Calvin.
- History of the Rise of the Huguenots of France (1895) Baird, 2 vol set, 1127pp., w/ 26pp. of index; plastic comb-bound 8.5x11 2x2 xerox, 6000 + P&H; or pb., 8600 (reg. 9600) + P&H; Hb., 11600 (reg. 12600) + P&H.
- History of Scandinavia: Denmark, Sweden, and Norway (1839) S. A. Dunham, Vol. 1, 328pp., (covers from earliest times to c. a.d.1020.) comb-bound, 28.00 + P&H.
- The History of the Swedes (1832-36 originally written in Swedish) E. G. Geijer; translated from Swedish into English by G. H. Turner, ESQ., M.A. (c.1845); earliest times to 1654 ascension of Charles X.; xvi.pp.,/348pp., 8.5x11, plastic comb-bound, 40.00 + P&H; landmark text on the topic.
- History of the Waldenses of Italy, from Origin to Reformation (1889) Comba, 372pp., pb., 2800 (reg. 3275) + P&H.
- History of the Wars (Books V. & VI.): The Gothic War, Procopius [attache to (Germanic) Roman General Belisarius], written c. a.d. 460. Re-typeset, c.230pp., & (Books III & IV): The Vandalic War, Procopius, Re-typeset, c.230pp., 2 plastic comb-bound volumes for 30.00 + P&H; will print in paperback if there is interest: Inquire.
- History of Ulster County [New York] Under Dominion of the Dutch (1923) Aug. H. Van Buren, 168pp., pb., 16.00 + P&H.
- Horae Apocalypticae;* or, A Commentary on the Apocalypse, Critical and Historical; Including Also An Examination of the Chief Prophecies of Daniel (1837; 1862 ed.); Rev. Edward Bishop Elliot (1793-1875); [* “Hours with the Apocalypse”] Counter Reformation considered to have 3 parts: Jesuits, Inquisition & Council of Trent.... possibly a fourth aspect, namely the Praeteristic and Futuristic interpretations launched by Catholic expositors as a counterattack (p. 47). The most invaluable work ever produced on the Apocalypse, it contains around 10,000 references to ancient and modern works. The author was a premillenialist, however, this does not invalidate all the valuable information contained herein. Spurgeon wrote that it was the “standard work on the subject.” 2611pp., with 29pp. index.] 4-vol. set: 8.5x11, 2x2 xerox, plastic comb-bound, 10000 + P&H; 4-volume pb., set, 16500 + P&H (reg. 17500).
- Hosea: The Heart & Holiness of God (1934) G. Campbell Morgan, 159pp., plastic comb bound, 1200 + P&H
- How Life Began, Heinze, 158pp., pb., 1000 + P&H. easy to understand, easily refutes evolution.
- The Huguenots or Reformed French Church (1870) Foote 627pp., Hb., 4000 + P&H (reg 4500).
- Human Cost of Soviet Communism, Prepared at Request of Sen. T. Dodd for Subcom. to Investigate Administration of Internal Security Act and other Internal Security Laws of Committee on Judiciary U.S. Senate, 1971, 40pp., 500 + P&H.
- Hus the Heretick, by Poggius the Papist, 124pp., pb., rare letters from 1400’s; eyewitness/papal juror at Bohemian reformer Jan Hus’ trial; converted through listing to Hus; 13.00 + P&H. very moving.
- 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., 18.00 + P&H.
- “I Cried, He Answered” — A Faithful Record of Remarkable Answers to Prayer (1918) compiled / edited by Henry W. Adams, Norman H. Camp, William Norton, & F.A. Steven, with 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.
- The Inquisitor’s Secretary (1556-66) W.J.D. van Dijck, 1st hand account of reformation in Netherlands,155p., Hb., out of print, good used copies available for 25.00 + P&H.
- In Search of Quetzalcoatl: The Mysterious Heritage of American Civilization [originally in German, 1963,English in 1964 under title, In Quest of the White God by Pierre Honoré, pseud., Oliver Coburn; Ursula Lehrburger (translator) 228pp., pb., 17.00 (reg. 19.00) + P&H. ancient indian legends, huge ships w/ “swan wings” brought fair-skinned, bearded and blue-eyed men brought higher civilization, sharing knowledge of science, engineering, and establishing social order and laws.
- In the Day of Thy Power: The Scriptural Principles of Revival, Arthur Wallis, 297pp., pb., 1500 + 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.
- I Was A Slave In Russia (1958) & I Found God In Soviet Russia (1959) 192pp. [intro. by Billy Graham], 192pp., John Noble; 2 incredible books, on Christian faith through persecution. When “allies” (USSR) took over after bombing of Dresden, German-born U.S. citizen & his family were arrested, their business stolen by USSR, and they were imprisoned for nearly 15 years under torture. Incredible. A must. new printing, 2-in-1, pb., 24.00 + P&H.
- The Jesuits in Great Britain: A Historical Inquiry Into Their Political Influence (1903) Walter Walsh 370pp., pb., 3200 + P&H (reg. 3400); Hb., 4600 + P&H (reg. 4900).
- John Randolph of Roanoke: A Study in American Politics, Russell Kirk (1997) 6x9, 594pp., Hb., 24.00 + P&H; pb., 14.50 + P&H. Only 26 when elected to Congress 1799, became most forceful figure at Capitol; devoted to state rights, economy in government, freedom from foreign entanglements; “I love liberty; I hate equality”.
- Josyp Terelya: Witness To Apparitions and Persecution in the USSR: An Autobiography, 344pp., pb. [Inquire.] Despite Catholicism, an excellent picture of the Soviet takeover of Ukraine & plan of dechristianizing the nation & corrupting the people, especially youth.
- “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. — focuses on 1 large family of NY State: descendants of early settler, Dutch backwoodsman, w/ no religious inclination. 900 of 1,000-1,200 family members interviewed. Incredible number of criminals / degenerates / prostitutes proliferated this family. [Not part of study: God said He would visit iniquity to 3rd & 4th generation of those who hate Him; & show mercy to 1,000 generations of those who love Him & keep His Commandments. In contradistinction colonial minister Jon. Edwards, of 1,394 known, male descendants 300+ became pastors, missionaries, or theological professors—21.5%!—and others were statesmen.]
- The Last Expedition: Stanley’s Mad Journey Through the Congo, Liebowitz; harrowing true story of Stanley’s trek across Africa to rescue Emin Pasha, lieutenant of martyred Gen. Gordon, Gov. of so. Sudan; expedition lasted nearly 3 years, cost hundreds, perhaps thousands, of lives. good used Hb. 320pp., 26.00 + P&H; new pb., 355pp., 16.00 + P&H.
- The Law (written 1815 - 2 years after French Revolution) Bastiat, 75pp., pb., 6.00 + P&H.
- The Law of Liberty in the Spiritual Life (1910) Evan H. Hopkins (one of founders of Keswick Convention & 1st editor of Life of Faith) 128pp., pb., 1400 + P&H.
- The Law of the Lord: The Common Law (1928) Goard, 130pp. 1200 + P&H.
- Leaders of the Lutheran Reformation (1917) Steinhaeuser, D.D., 172pp., pb., 1850 + P&H.
- The Lewis Awakening 1949-1953 (1954) Rev. Duncan Campbell, 44pp., 5.00 + P&H. (the moving of God’s Holy Spirit on the Isle of Lewis off the coast of Scotland).
- 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) 2200 + P&H.
- The Life and Acts of Martin Luther (1549; 1845 English translation) Philipp Melanchthon, 60pp., 6.00 + P&H. Melanchthon was Luther’s right-hand man/successor. (w/ added notes & illustrations)
- The Life of David Livingstone (1888) Worcester, 127pp., comb-bound, illustrated, 9.00 + P&H
- The Life of General Francis Marion: Celebrated Partisan Officer, in the Revolutionary War, Against British and Tories in South Carolina and Georgia (1814) Horry/Weems, 254pp., pb., 14.00 + P&H; main character in Mel Gibson’s movie “The Patriot”
- The Life of Prayer (1915) A. B. Simpson (1 of America’s greatest evangelists) 162pp., 1400 + P&H.
- Lithuania: Awakening of a Nation (1924) Age Meyer Benedictsen, translated from the Danish, 248pp., 8.5 x 7, pb., 2400 + P&H.
- Lithuania: European Adam (from German into English in 1979) Swiss scholar Dr. J. Ehret, 51pp., 5.00 + P&H.
- Logic: The Right Use of Reason in the Inquiry after Truth, Isaac Watts, 352pp., Hb., 24.00 (reg. 28.00) + P&H. This was the classic text used in Cambridge and Oxford for over 200 years.
- Lost Tribes & the Saxons of the East & the Saxons of the West: With New Views of Buddhism and Translations of the Rock-Records in India (1861) Dr. George Moore, M.D., 440pp., pb., 26.00 + P&H.
- Luther’s Small Catechism: With Explanation and Luther’s Preface, 66pp., illustrated, 8.00 + P&H.
- Makers of Civilization in Race and History (1929) Prof. L. A. Waddell, 646pp. of text, 778pp., total illustrations, 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)
- Martin Bucer and the English Reformation [With a bibliography and plates, including portraits and facsimiles.] (1949) Constantin Hopf, 290pp., (inquire).
- Martin Bucer: Unsung Hero of the Reformation, David Lawrence, Ph.D., 268pp., pb., 20.00 + P&H.
- Martin Luther’s Ninety-Five Theses, 48pp., 4.00 + P&H.
- The Martyrdom of a People; of 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.; c.380pp., total, pb., 20.00 + P&H.
- The Martyr of the Catacombs a Tale of Ancient Rome (1880) Methodist minister William Henry Withrow, a Canadian, is believed to be the author; others claim it was James De Mille, thrilling fiction based on history of what life was like in the catacombs, under Roman persecution, being fed to the lions, gladiators, etc., 202pp., pb., 14.50 + P&H.
- Martyrs’ Mirror: Story of Seventeen Centuries of Christian Martyrdom from Time of Christ to persecutions of Anabaptists in a.d. 1660 (1660) van Braght, 8x11, Hb., 1156pp., 4500 + P&H; main book Christian faith (2nd to Bible) among German groups (Mennonites, Amish, etc.); it is to Dutch & German peoples what Foxe’s Book of Martyers is to English speaking peoples. [my 7x-great grandfather Rev. Dielman Kolb, Jr., & 9x-great-grandfather Bishop Jacob Gottschalk spearheaded its being translated from Dutch into German in 1749 in Pennsylvania).
- Meet Jonathan Edwards: An Introduction to America’s Greatest Theologian/Philosopher, Crampton, 147pp., 12.00 + P&H.
- Meet the Puritans, Joel Beeke / Randal Peterson, 896pp., Hb., 30.00 (reg. 35.00) + P&H.
- Memoirs of the Confederate War for Independence (Southern Classics Series) Heros von Brocke (a huge Prussian who carried a large broadsword and struck fear into the hearts of the enemy) 464pp., pb., 2200 + P&H.
- The Memorial-Days of the Renewed Church of the Brethren (1895) 232pp., pb., 2575 + P&H. [Moravian Brethen, not to be confused with Plymouth Brethren.]
- Money: Symbol & Substance, S.C. Mooney, c.150pp., pb. 14.00 + P&H. (see also Usury...)
- The Moravians (2nd Ed., 1913) Bishop E.R. Hasse, 142pp., pb., 1600 + P&H; rare (illustrations + notes by modern publ.); outflow/result of Czech/Bohemian/Moravian Reformation.
- Mosby and His Men: Record of Adventures of Renowned Partisan Ranger, John S. Mosby, Col. C.S.A. (1867) J. M. Crawford, Company B., 209pp., pb., 1500 + P&H; most-colorful, daring, accomplished Civil War Confed. cavalry officer
- Moses: The Economist (1947) C. F. Parker, 93pp., comb-bound, 1100 + P&H.
- The Mountain Boy of Wildhaus: A Life of Ulric Zwingli (1884; 1900 printing) Rev. David van Horne, D.D., 192pp., Zwingli was a leader of the Swiss Reformation; 16.50 + P&H.
- My Escape From the Auto De Fe at Valladolid, October, 1559, Don Fernando De La Mina, 111pp., pb., 1300 + P&H; letters of Spanish noble family incredible survival of Catholic’s attempts to murder him & wife for Protestantism; very moving.
- Mystery of Providence (1678; 1981 ed.) Puritan author, Rev. John Flavel, this little work well illustrates and explains the purpose of God for his people. , 224pp., pb., 8.00 + P&H.
- My Thoughts / Mes Pensées (1755, posthumously) Charles-Louis de Secondat, Baron of La Brède and of Montesquieu, 6x9, 808pp., 14.50 + P&H.
- Narrative of A Revolutionary Soldier: Some of the Adventures, Dangers, and Suffering of Joseph Plumb Martin (Previously titled Private Yankee Doodle) 260pp., mm-pb. (Signet) 700 + P&H.
- New Liturgy: Old Heresy (1981) T. Robert Ingram, 115pp., plastic comb-bound 11.00 + P&H.
- Norway (1889) Sigvart Sörensen, 353pp., plastic comb-bound, facsimile reprint; 22.00 + P&H. Very good history, divided according to the rules of its kings.
- Occultism: A National Danger (1944) W. B. Grant, 32pp., 3.00 + P&H.
- Ogygia, or, A chronological account of Irish events: collected from very ancient documents, faithfully compared with each other, and supported by the genealogical and chronological aid of the sacred and prophane writings of the first nations of the globe (1793) Roderick O’Flaherty, 394pp., pb., 25.00 + P&H (reg. 29.00).
- On The Duty Of Civil Disobedience (1849) Thoreau 49pp., inquire (despite liberalism, misunderstanding race, slavery, true theology, history, etc. some good ideas).
- On Power: The Natural History of Its Growth (1945) Bertrand de Jouvenel, 6x9, 466pp., pb., 14.50 + P&H.
- Origines Anglicanae, or, A History of the English Church from the Conversion of the English Saxons till the Death of King John (1855) John Inett, 2-volume set, 872pp., pb., 4800 + P&H (reg. 5300); Hb., 9500 + P&H (reg. 10300).
- The Origin of Mankind Viewed from the Standpoint of Revelation and Research (1935) 160pp., pb., Sir Ambrose Fleming (eminent physicist) 1600 + P&H.
- Origins of the Common Law (1966) Hoague, 272pp., Hb., 22.00 + P&H; pb., 14.00 + P&H.
- Other Losses, Bacque, 290p., pb., 3500 + P&H. (Eisenhower purposely starved to death 11 million+ German civilians after WWII during occupation of Germany).
- Our Aryan Ancestors: The World’s Historical People (1935) Fleming Howell, M.D., 421pp., pb., 3000 + P&H; (covers: Aryans in general, Celts, Cymri, Teutons, Slavs, & Afghans, Hindoos, Medes, Persians) detailed study.
- Our Celtic Heritage, Brig.-Gen. Sir Standish Crauford, 16pp., 175 + P&H.
- Our Neglected Heritage Series, Gladys Taylor, 5-vol. pb. set: 1. Our Neglected Heritage, 72pp.; 2. The Hidden Centuries, 72pp.; 3. Magnet of the Isles, 54pp.; 4. The Celtic Influence, 71pp.; 5. Division and Dispersion, 63pp.; set of 5 for 25.00 + 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 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 + P&H (photo & biography of author & nemesis & preface by modern publ.)
- Our Nationalities: Who Are the Irish?; Who Are the Scotch?; Who Are the Welsh?; Who Are the English? (c.1880) James Bonwick, 532pp., (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) pb., 28.50 + P&H.
- Our Scythian Ancestors (1875) Col. J.C. Gawler, 44pp., 475 + P&H.
- Outline Studies in The Covenants of The Bible (c.1930) & Suppose We Are Israel... What Difference Does It Make...?, Dr., Rev. James S. McGaw (Scottish Covenant minister / leader); added biographical info / photo 100pp., 8.5”x7” pb., 14.00 + P&H. Introductory; Edenic; Fallen Man; Noahic; Abrahamic; Jacobic; Blessings Upon Joseph; Health; Sinaitic; Covenant of Marvels; Phinehas; Palestinian; Davidic; The New; The Covenant of Peace; new Preface by mod. publ.
- Pacifism Examined (1945) W. Graham, 39pp., 4.00 + P&H.
- Pagano-papismvs, or, An exact parallel between Rome-pagan, and Rome-Christian, in their doctrines and ceremonies by Joshua Stopford ... (1675) 362pp., pb., 2800 + P&H (reg. 3300).
- Pastor Blumhardt: A Record of the Wonderful Spiritual and Physical Manifestations of God’s Power in Healing Souls and Bodies, Through the Prayers of His Servant, Christoph Blumhardt (1883) Capt. R. K. Carter, 100pp., comb-bound; 1200 + P&H; German pastor through prayer unleashed healing, deliverance, revival in his area of Germany. [contains photo/short biography of author; Kelso, author of famous hymn, “Standing on the Promises.”]
- Pennsylvania Dutch and Other Essays (1882) Gibbons (Quaker of Lancaster County) lifestyle/customs of Penna. Dutch, Amish, Mennonites, Moravians, Schwenkfelders, English Quakers, & Welsh/Irish miners of Scranton, farmers in Ireland/England; 427pp., 22.00 + P&H; very interesting; early faith/morals of our people; would we could return to simpler, purer times. “Progress” not always good thing.
- The Persecutor (1973) Sergei Kourdakov; Russian Secret Police Officer; job to beat/torture Christians; converted to Christ, jumped ship off North American Coast, defected to America, began speaking against communism; he later died “while cleaning his gun” (assassinated). Out of print, good used copies available. A must. [Inquire]
- 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.)
- Philip Melanchthon, 1497-1560 (1897) Rev. George Wilson, 166pp., pb., 1400 + P&H. (Luther’s right-hand man, 3rd most important reformer)
- Phoenician Ireland (1837, 2nd edition) Doctor Joachimo Laurentio Villanueva, translated by Henry O’Brien, (biographical intro. O’Brien’s brother); 361pp., plastic comb-bound, 2500 + P&H. rare
- A Plea For The Constitution of the United States: Wounded in the House of its Guardians (1886) George Bancroft (Secretary of the Navy, historian), 88pp., Preface by F. Tupper Saussey, 6.00 + P&H.
- Political Sermons of the American Founding Era, 1730-1805, 2-vol., 1779pp., Hb., set 3800 + P&H. (reg. 4200); pb., set 2700 + P&H. (See also: American Political Writings...)
- The Potter’s Freedom: A Defense of the Reformation and the Rebuttal of Norman Geisler’s Chosen But Free, Dr. James. R. White, 376pp., pb., 22.00 + P&H.
- The Power of the Spirit (c.1750) William Law (edited by Dave Hunt, 1967, Switzerland) 189pp. pb. 12.00 + P&H [Originally titled, An Affectionate Address to the Clergy (1761)]
- A Practical Discourse of God’s Sovereignty: With Other Material Points Derived Thence. Viz. Of the Righteousness of God. Of Election. Of Redemption. Of Effectual Calling. Of Perseverance (1796) Elisha Coles, Thomas Goodwin, John Owen, William Romaine; 462pp., pb., 26.00 (reg. 31.00) + P&H.
- The Preachers of Scotland: From the Sixth to the Nineteenth Century, Dr. William G. Blaikie (1820-1899) , 368pp., Hb., 20.00 (reg. 22.00) + P&H.
- The Priest, the Woman, and the Confessional (1875) Chiniquy (French-Canadian), 144pp., pb., 10.00 + P&H.
- Prevailing Prayer: What Hinders It? (1884) D.L. Moody, 126pp., comb-bound, 1100 + P&H.
- The Problem of Spiritism (1926) P. W. Thompson, 112pp., plastic comb-bound, 1200 + P&H.
- The Protestantism that Saved Europe: The Story of John Calvin, Rev. W. Gray Dixon, M.A., & The Importance, Doctrines and Lessons of the Reformation by Rev. W. J. Grier of Belfast 24pp., 2.75 + P&H.
- Protestant Reformation Pioneers: John Hus: The Martyr of Bohemia - A Study of the Dawn of Protestantism (1915) W. N. Schwarze, 152pp., Martin Luther (1897) Freytag & Heinemann, 130pp., John Calvin (1868) F. Guizot, 160pp., illustrations added by Modern Publisher; 3-in-1, 470pp. pb., 24.00 + P&H.
- Protestant Reformation Pioneers: John Knox and the Scottish Reformation (1895) G. Barnett Smith, 160pp., William Tyndale and the Translation of the English Bible (1899) G. B. Smith, 160pp. & Patrick Hamilton: First Scottish Martyr of the Reformation (1929) Alex. Cameron, 100pp., 3 in 1 pb., 436pp., 24.00 + P&H.
- Puritan Pronaos: Intellectual Life of new England in the Seventeeth 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 by Morison, 12pp., 6x9, pb., 18.50 + P&H.
- Record of the Hon. C.L. Vallandigham on Abolition, the Union, and Civil War (1863) 256pp., pb., (speeches of the honorable Democratic Congressman (Ohio) Lincoln illegally and treasonously persecuted, having him arrested, court martialed, and censored for his agreement that the South had the right to secede. 1800 + P&H.
- Rees Howells: Intercessor, Norman Grubb, Welsh miner became spiritual giant/man of prayer and faith like Geo. Mueller; founded Bible College of Wales (still in operation) never letting financial needs be known or advertise or ask for money, only praying God would meet needs (college did not even charge tuition) he purchased several of the wealthiest estates in his town in Wales; God provided all their needs just as they needed them). 15.00 + P&H.
- Reformation Collection #1: Heroes of the Reformation (c.1900) F.G. Llewellin, 120pp., (Wycliffe, Luther, Calvin, Tyndale, Latimer, Cranmer); The Tudor Sovereigns and the Reformation (c.1938) F G Llewellin, 138pp.; Protestant Martyrs Under Mary Tudor: Their Lives and Their Memorials (1956) Protestant Truth Society, 120pp.; plastic comb bound, 428pp., 22.00 + P&H.
- Reformation Collection #2: The Reformation and the Bible (c.1940) F.G. Llewellin, 48pp.; The Early British Church and the Roman Occupation of Britain (c.1900) 135pp.; Faithful Unto Death: The Martyrs of East Anglia (1937) Philip H. Rand, 50pp., - Short History of the Reformation (1954) Protestant Truth Society, 80pp.; Through Fiery Trials (1955) Raymond H Belton, 61pp., (1. The Protestant Reformation; 2. The Morning Star of the Reformation; 3. William J. Tyndale; 4. Henry VIII and the Great Bible; 5. Edward VI--the English Josiah; 6. Mary--the Reign of the Stake; 7. Bishop Bonner and some Protestant Martyrs; 8. Thomas Cranmer and others; 9. George Tankerfield, the St. Albans martyr; 10. John Foxe, the martyrs' historian; 11. Was it worth it?); The Waldenses (no author) 16pp.; plastic comb bound, c.400pp., 20.00 + P&H.
- Reformation Collection #3: Antichrist: Is He Here? or Is He To Come?, Protestant Truth Soc., with notes from Grattan Guinness and also from Alexander Hislop’s “Two Babylons” 15pp.; Can Roman Catholics Be Loyal to Both America and the Vatican (1958) Hulen L. Jackson, 8pp.; The Cross: Its History, Meaning, and Use (c.1918) Baron Porcelli, 16pp.; The Lord’s Table, and not the Altar (1875) Bishop George David Cummins, D.D., First Bishop of the Reformed Episcopal Church, 18pp.; The Reformed Faith in the Modern World (c.1940) Floyd E. Hamilton, M.A., B.D., Th.M., 36pp.; Transubstantiation, by Rev. Tudor Rogers, Protestant Truth Soc., London, 8pp.; Why Millions do not call the Pope “Holy Father”: The Protestant Reply, by J. B. Rowell (Canada) 44pp., Dunham Publishing Co, Findlay, Ohio; What Do We Owe to the Reformation? (1927) John Charles Ryle, 32pp.; Why Were Our Reformers Burned? (1927) John Charles Ryle, 55pp.; plastic comb bound, c.300pp., 17.50 + P&H.
- Reformation Collection #4: The American Papacy (1886) Elder A. T. Jones, 15pp.; Anglo-Catholics: Are They Loyal Churchmen? (1920) Rev. F.G. Llewellin, 46pp.; Anglo-Catholicism (A Review) (1930) Rev. F.G. Llewellin, The Protestant Truth Society, 126pp.; The Faith of A Protestant (1955) W. C. G. Proctor, 73pp.; The Oxford Movement: A Counterblast (1933) Avary Holmes Forbes, 56pp.; The Phantom of Reunion: Some Aspects of the Anglo-Catholic Movement, W. Dunbar McConnell, The Protestant Truth Society, 40pp.; Protestantism: Its Fundamental Basis, R. Mercer Williams, 30pp.; The Romanizing Movement in the Church of England (1917) Charles Adamson Salmond, Protestant Truth Society, 40pp.; plastic comb bound, c.456pp., 22.50 + P&H.
- Reformation Collection #5: Christ Our One and Only Priest: Evidence of Translation Error in Rome’s Douai Bible (1955) Rev. Duncan McDougall, M.A., 15pp.; The Claims of Rome (1896) Samuel Smith, 80pp.; Is There a Roman Catholic Church? —An Excursus in Scholastic Theology (1891) Henry Charles Lea, LL.D., 15pp.; Is Romanism in the Bible: One Hundred Questions which Roman Catholics Cannot Answer, Stephen L. Testa, Scripture Truth Society, 20pp.; Letters to a Roman Catholic Priest (1946) Ironside, 48pp.; The Mass, Loraine Boettner, 16pp.; The Mass vs the Lord's Supper (1926) by Ironside, 32pp.; The Papacy: Its History & Dogmas, Leopold D. E. Smith, 48pp.; Personal Evangelism to Roman Catholics (1950) Jose Fernandez, 31pp.; The Roman Claims: A Discussion by an English Churchman (1953) C. P. S. Clarke (Canon and formerly Archdeacon of Chichester) 27pp.; Roman Claims and Bible Warrants (1902) E. J. Whately, 160pp.; plastic comb bound, c.458pp., 22.50 + P&H.
- The Reformation in Scotland (c.1550) John Knox, 392pp., pb., 14.00 + P&H.
- Reformed Doctrine of Predestination (1932) Dr. Loraine Boettner (Reformed Theologian) 440pp., pb., 1600 + P&H. a classic
- Relations Between Ancient Russia and Scandinavia & Origin of Russian State (1877) Vilhem Thomsen, 150pp., 1500 + P&H.
- The Rights of Man, Common Sense, and Other Political Writings, Thomas Paine, pb., 544pp. (Oxford) 12.00 + P&H.
- Robert Murray McCheyne (1913) Alexander Smellie, D.D., 232pp., plastic comb-bound, 2200 + P&H. (rare unabridged)
- Roman Catholicism, Dr. Loraine Boettner, 466pp., pb., (currently out of print); plastic comb-bound (8.5x11 2x2 xerox) for 1600 + P&H or good original used Hb. for 2500 + P&H.
- The Romance of Bible Chronology: An Exposition of the Meaning, and a Demonstration of the Truth, of Every Chronological Statement Contained in the Hebrew Text of the Old Testament (1913) Volume I, “The Treatise” Anstey, 305pp., pb., 25.00 + P&H; Vol. II, “The Chart” 56pp., 8.5 x 12, pb., 14.00 + P&H (the chart does not strike me as being very significant, but I have reproduced it for those who want it; my chart Coordinated Chronological Table of the Patriarchs is about 100x more detailed and informative, but only to the Exodus)
- The Russian Primary Chronicle (12th Cent. by Nestor(ius)/Chronicle of Nestor/Nestorius/Laurentian Text); transl. 1930 by Cross; 245pp., comb-bound, 1600 + P&H.
- St. Joseph of Arimathea of Glastonbury / Apostolic Church of Britain (1927) Rev. L. S. Lewis, 54pp., 8.00 + P&H.
- Saint of the Wilderness, Jess Carr, 443pp., 6x9 pb., 22.00 (reg. 24.00) + P&H. Amazing life of early American itinerant preacher, camp-meeting revival leader, Robert S. Sheffey a gripping book you won't be able to put down. See also the excellent DVD movie, Sheffey.
- St. Paul in Britain (1860) Morgan, 128pp., pb., 1400 + P&H.
- St. Paul & Britain (1910) Edwin Wilmshurts, 18pp., 200 + P&H.
- The Scots Worthies, Howie (Scottish martyrs, 1520-1680’s) 672pp., Hb., 3400 + P&H.
- Scottish Heroines of the Faith: Being Brief Sketches of Noble Women of the Reformation and Covenant Times (1909) Rev. Donald Beaton, 154pp., pb., 14.50 + P&H.
- The Secret History of the Oxford Movement (1898) Walter Walsh, 480pp., pb., 2700 + P&H (reg. 3100); The Oxford Movement was a ‘scholarly” confederation at Oxford University, a method by which the Catholic church infiltrated the Protestant Church and sought to undermine the work of the Reformation.
- The Secret Holocaust, Mullins, 34pp., 400 + P&H. (66 MILLION European Christians exterminated by Bolshevism)
- Secret Proceedings and Debates of the Constitutional Convention, 1787 (1838) Yates/Martin, 335pp., pb., 1600 + P&H.
- Secret of the Universe (1932) [once reprinted as “Trinity in the Universe”] Nathan R. Wood, Pres., Gordon College of Theology, Boston, Mass., 223pp., pb., 1800 + 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.
- Servile State, Hillaire Belloc, 208pp., 12.00 + P&H.
- The Signature of God, Grant Jeffrey, 354pp., pb., 14.00 + P&H; Outstanding! Conclusive proof from dozen different angles that Word of God is true; could not have been written by man (with or without world’s most sophisticated computer)—men wrote word for word what God led them to write; author terribly confused concerning identity God’s people (thus utterly confused about prophecy) completely in error concerning God’s Law being abolished—superb book; so focus on what the book is about and not his auxilliary error.
- Six Old English Chronicles (Ethewerd’s Chronicle, Asser’s Life of Alfred, Geoffrey of Monmouth’s British History, Gildas, Nennius, Richard of Cirencester) (1848) J.A. Giles, editor; 512pp., comb-bound, 25.00 + P&H.
- Sketches From Slovak History (1930) Skulteny, 229pp., comb-bound, 2000 + P&H.
- The Slovaks: Their History and Traditions (1947) Yurchak, 299pp., comb, 2400 + P&H.
- The Slovenes: A Social History: From the Earliest Times to 1910 (1911) Dragotin Loncar, transl. Anthony Klancar (1939) 77pp.; very rare; 700 + P&H.
- Some Collected Shorter Works of Arthur W. Pink (Application of the Scriptures: Biblical Refutation of Dispensationalism; Eternal Punishment; Satan and His Gospel; Fourfold Salvation; The Law and The Saint; Regeneration: or New Birth; Christian in Romans 7); bio & photo of Pink; 273pp., 6x9 pb., 18.50 + P&H.
- Some Collected Works of Thomas E. Watson 356pp., 6x9 pb., 22.50 + P&H. — Italian Pope’s Campaign Against Const. Rights of Amer. Citizens (1915); Maria Monk and Her Revelations of Convent Crimes (1927); Oath of 4th Degree Knights of Columbus: Un-American Secret Society Bound to Italian Pope, by Pledges of Treason and Murder (1928); Roman Catholic Church: It’s Laws and Literature (1927 ed.); Roman Catholics in America Falsifying History and Poisoning Minds of Protestant School Children (1928); Rome’s Law or Ours — Which? (1928); A Short History of Papacy (1922); Inevitable Crimes of Celibacy: Vices of Convents and Monasteries, Priests and Nuns (1916); What Goes On In Nunneries and Is Your Brain For Sale? (1918); Will U.S. Judiciary Permit, and People Ratify, Congressional Overthrow of Our Constitutional System of Government?: Mr. Watson’s Argument Against Conscription Acts before Judge Emory Speer, at Mt. Airy, (Aug.18, 1917); selection from Watson Magazine (1916). Watson (1856-1922) U. S. Senator, attorney, newspaper editor, historian, author of Georgia, firm Christian; wrote biographies (Jefferson, Jackson, Napolean) & controversial topics; was honored w/ 12-foot-high (3.7 m) bronze statue on lawn of Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta over legend “A champion of right who never faltered in the cause.” In 2013, Gov. Nathan Deal signed order for relocation of statue to Park Plaza, across the street from the Capitol; saying the relocation was part of a “renovation”.
- Sounds From Heaven: Revival on Isle of Lewis, 1949-1952, Peckham, 280pp., pb., 15.00 + P&H. (Hebrides, Scotland)
- The Sovereignty of God, Arthur Pink, 324pp., pb., 1400 + P&H; Hb., 3000 + P&H (reg 3500).
- Soviet Evidence at Katyn: Document USSR-54 at Nuremberg, 48pp., 700 + P&H. imported
- Spirit of the Laws (1748) Montesquieu, 2 volumes, pb., or Hb. (inquire)
- Steps and Studies - an Inquiry Concerning the Gift of the Holy Spirit (1884) Rev. George B. Peck, 186pp., plastic-comb-bound, 18.00 + P&H.
- Stone of Destiny, F. Wallace Connon, 85pp., pb., (including a new chapter on The Return of the Stone to Scotland, by Michael E. Clark) 10.00 + P&H.
- Stories of Great Revivals with Contributions on Revival Work (1906) H. Johnson, Canon Aitken, F.B. Meyer, Stuart Holden, Gipsy Smith; c.420pp., pb., 2500 + P&H. Chapters: Evangel. Revival of 18th Century England; Evangel. Revival of 18th Century Scotland; Evangel. Revival of 18th Century Wales; Evangel. Revival of 18th Cent. 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.
- The Story of the Aitken Bible: Bible of the Revolution & Brief Bio. of Rev. Francis Allison, 24pp., 2.50 + P&H.
- Story of the Nations Series: Heroes of the Nations: Theodoric the Goth: Barbarian Champion of Civilization (1891) Thomas Hodgkin, 442pp., pb., (Theodoric Great, Ostrogoth conqueror / king of Italy, bringing Italy’s Golden Age)] 24.00 + 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 El Cid (pronounced Sid) iti s in stock for 14.00 + P&H on DVD] Campeador is Spanish for “Champion” or “Conqueror”; El Cid (prob. meaning “Lord” from arabic al-sayyid, the i being pronounced like a long i or “ee”) was Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar (1040-1099) a Castilian Nobleman, military leader, and fighter against Islamic attacks by the Moors.
- The Story of the Nations: Austria (1911) Whitman / McIlraith, 407pp., detailed 22pp., genealogical chart of rulers of Austria: earliest times to 1918, & pictures of most of rulers added by RAB; pb; 25.00 + P&H.
- The Story of the Nations: The Balkans: Roumania, Bulgaria, Servia, and Montenegro (1896) Miller, 506pp., pb., 2600 + P&H.
- The Story of the Nations: Canada (1896) Sir John G. Bourinot, 463pp.; + list and photos of Prime Ministers of Canada, photo / bio of author, and other additions, 26.00 + P&H.
- Story of the Nations: Denmark and Sweden [and Iceland] (1917) Jon Stefansson, Ph.D., 382pp., + detailed genealogical charts / photos added, total around 565pp., 28.00 + P&H.
- The Story of the Nations: Early Britain (1889) Church, 382pp. + many dozen pages of genealogical charts and illustrations added by modern publisher, 450pp. total, 24.00 + P&H. (80 hours were spent developing detailed genealogical charts added throughout this edition, the kings of East Anglia, Wessex, Sussex, Northumberland, Mercia, etc., and other historical information and added illustrations).
- The Story of the Nations: The Franks (1898) Lewis Sergeant, 343pp., pb., 22.00 + P&H.
- The Story of the Nations: Germany (1887) Sabine Baring-Gould, 437pp., pb., 2400 + P&H.
- The Story of the Nations: The Goths (1891) Bradley, 376pp., pb., 2400 + P&H.
- The Story of the Nations: Holland (1889) Rogers, 396pp., + 27pp., + genealogy of rulers of Netherlands from earliest times to present, with photos added by RAB; + 19pp., the full text of the Dutch Declaration of Independence from Spain, Plakkaat van Verlatinghe (1581), pb., 25.00 + P&H. pb., 25.00 + P&H.
- The Story of the Nations: Hungary (1887) Vambéry, 453pp., pb., with added coats of arms, 26.00 + P&H.
- The Story of the Nations: Ireland (1891) Lawless, 434pp., pb., 2400 + P&H.
- The 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: Norway (1895) Hjalmar H. Boyeson, xxvpp.,/556pp.,/ivpp., pb. 28.00 + P&H; + photos & genealogical charts of Kings of Norway, illlustrations, short bio., and photo of author prepared by RAB.
- The Story of the Nations: Poland (1893) Morfill, 389pp., pb., + 34pp., by modern publ. about author; detailed genealogies of rulers of Poland from A.D. 550-1815, 76 illustrations, 450pp. total; 24.00 + P&H.
- The Story of the Nations: Russia (1893) Morfill, 394pp., + 28pp., of genealogical charts of rulers of Russia from Rurik “Great” to execution of Romanov Family, + photos; pb.; 25.00 + P&H.
- The Story of the Nations: Scotland (1893) Mackintosh, 336pp., pb., +many illustrations of kings of Scotland; 22.00 + P&H.
- The Story of the Nations: South Africa (1894) George M’Call Theal, D.Litt., LL.D., 452pp., + 23 added pages and photos, about the author and rulers of South Africa from Earliest times until its fall; pb., 25.00 + P&H.
- The Story of the Nations: Switzerland (1890) Hug / Stead, 430pp. pb., 25.00 + P&H. [ready 2020]
- The 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.
[These are being considered; inquire if interested: Bohemia, Australian Commonwealth & New Zealand, Thirteen Colonies, Tuscan Republics (Florence, Sienna, Pisa, Lucca) with Genoa, Alfred the Great.]
- Thank God the Constitution Still Gives us the Right to Bear Arms (Speech of Maj.-Gen. Moseley before National Defense Meeting at Bellevue-Stratford Hotel, Phila., March 28, 1939) 30pp., & Army General Exposes Jews (June 1, 1939, Testimony before Congressional Committee for Investigation of Un-american Activities) 28pp., Gen. George Van Horn Moseley [cowardly, traitorous politicians voted not to even enter officially into record) 2 in 1, 58pp., 5.00 + P&H.
- That Old Serpent: The Devil (1954) Huegel, 123pp., pb., 11.50 + P&H.
- Theomachi´a autexousiastike´ : or a display of Arminianisme. Being a discovery of the old Pelagian idol free-will, with the new goddesse contingency, advancing themselves into the throne of the God of heaven to the prejudice of his grace, providence, and supreme dominion over the children of men. Wherein the maine errors by which they are fallen off from the received doctrine of all the reformed churches, with their opposition ... to the doctrine established in the Church of England are discovered ... out of their owne writings and confessions, and confuted by the word of God ... (1649) Rev. John Owen, D.D. (Puritan, and chaplain to Oliver Cromwell) 90pp., (inquire)
- This is a Republic, not a democracy! Let’s keep it that way (1965) Langford, 39pp., 5.00 + 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.
- The Teutonic Order in Prussia (1938) Christian Krollman, with assistance by Sir Raymond Beazley, translated by Ernst Horstmann, in the “Prussian Guides” series, Editors Erich Weise and Hermann Kownatzki, 74pp., stapleback, beautiful color cover; very rare, 7.00 + P&H.
- There Is a God: How the World’s Most Notorious Atheist Changed His Mind, Professor Antony Flew, and Varghese, 256pp., pb., 15.00 + P&H. “In one of the biggest religion news stories of the new millennium, Professor Antony Flew, the worlds leading atheist, announced he now believes in God. In this book, a brilliant mind and reasoned thinker reveals where his lifelong intellectual pursuit eventually led him: belief in God as designer.”
- 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 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. [See sequel: Back to the Long Grass] 50.00 / set + P&H.
- Throne Life or The Highest Christian Life (1888) Rev. George B. Peck, M.D., 235pp., Peck was an associate and supporter of pastor/evangelist A.B. Simpson; 18.00 + P&H.
- Time is the Ally of Deceit, Richard Rives (also Too Long in the Sun) 260pp., pb.; 1800 + P&H. Traces abandonment of true Biblical Christianity resulting in a paganized form of Christianity.
- To Heal A Nation, 186pp. plastic comb-bound, 1600 + P&H. Repentence for our sins and obedience to God’s Ways is the only answer for our nation.
- Too Long In The Sun (1996) Richard Rives, 256pp., (traces sun worship from time of Tower of Babel (Chaldaen mysteries) through history to present date and influences upon present day “Christianity”) Sunday, Christmas, Easter, Romanism, Paganism in modern church; 1800 + P&H. (Rives is partner and successor to Ron Wyatt’s archaeological research; see DVD section)
- Tortured For His Faith, Popov (Roumanian pastor, 18 years prison/torture behind iron curtain) 146pp., pb., 800 + P&H.
- Tracing Your Ancestors (1934) Frederick Haberman, 6x9 pb., 184pp., + Intro. & about author by RAB 16.00 + P&H. [Uncovering the Mysteries..., by Balaicius would be a better choice), but good info. w/ error]
- A Translation of the Old Testament From the Original Hebrew (1885) Helen Spurrell (not original, “paleo-Hebrew,” but unpointed Hebrew; 1st & 1 of only translations undertaken by individual woman; very scholarly/ rare) 7.38” x 9.25”, 850pp., Hb., 9000 (reg. 12500) + 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) Capt. R. Kelso Carter, C.E., 423pp., pb., 30.00 + P&H. See Alpha and Omega.
- The Trial of William Penn (1852) [from Samuel M. Janey’s, “The Life of William Penn,”] 31pp., plus 30 pages of “A Tribute to William Penn” [a cousin of mine] (with 21 illustrations added) by Robert Alan Balaicius; 5.00 + P&H.
- The True Story of the Babylonian Captivity: A Challenge to Commentators (1904) “Lumen” (Major Jonathan Samuels) 171pp.; 1800 + P&H. very rare [E. W. Bullinger consulted the works of Samuels for material in numerous appendices in his Companion Bible.]
- Twelve Reformation Heroes (1960) Neilson, 96pp., pb., 1250 + P&H.
- Two Babylons (c.1880) Alex. Hislop, 327pp., pb., 1400 + P&H.
- Two Treatises on Government (1688) John Locke, 336pp., pb., 10.00 + P&H.
- The Ukraine: A History (1940) Allen, 404pp., (Inquire)
- Ulrich Zwingli: The Patriotic Reformer: A History (1868) Rev. W. M. Blackburn, 324pp., pb., 22.00 + P&H.
- The Un-Civil War: Shattering the Historical Myths, Leonard Mike Scruggs, 360pp., pb., 23.00 + P&H.
- Usury: Destroyer of Nations, S.C. Mooney c.300pp., pb., 20.00 + P&H; Hb., 30.00 + P&H. (see also Money...)
- Vanishing Proofs of Evolution, Heinze, 94pp., pb., 850 + P&H. easy to understand, easily refutes
- The Victory of Reason: How Christianity Led to Freedom, Capitalism, and Western Success, Stark, Hb. 281pp., 2600 + P&H; pb., 304pp., 1600 + P&H. excellent book...
- 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 Waldensian Church in the Valleys of Piedmont: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time (1878) Jane Louisa Willyams, 324pp., pb., 2600 (reg. 3100) + P&H.
- Waldo and the Waldensians Before the Reformation (1881) Comba, 69pp., 800 + P&H.
- War Is A Racket (1933) Maj.-Gen. Smedley Butler (who profits from war?) 36pp., retype-set w/ photos and brief biography of Butler, 4.00 + P&H.
- We Have a Guardian, Grant, 64pp., (Divine intervention on behalf of Britain in war) 8.00 + P&H.
- The Welsh Triads and Laws of Howell the Good [Extracted from Welsh Medieval Law (1909) Arthur W. Wade Evans & an appendix of The Text of the Mabinogion and Other Welsh Tales (1887) John Rhys / J. Gwenogyrvan Evan, with 48-page historical intro. (ancient Celtic / Saxon / Brythonic Law and God’s Law concerning crime, word etymology, etc.) by Modern Publisher / RAB; 390pp. total, 6x9., pb., 22.00 + 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.
- What Baptists Believe: The New Hampshire Confession: An Exposition (1913) O.C.S. Wallace, D.D., LL.D., 208pp., & What Baptists Believe and Why They Believe It (1925) J.G. Bow, D.D., 48pp., in 1 pb. c.260pp., 17.50 + P&H [to be printed 2020]
- What Darwin Didn’t Know: A Doctor Dissects the Theory of Evolution, Simmons, MD, 320pp., 1800 + P&H.
- What Is Faith? (1925) [it is doctrine], Dr. J. Gresham Machen, 262pp., pb., 12.00 + P&H.
- What Is Man...? (1939) T. Austin-Sparks, 131pp., plastic comb-bound, 1150 + P&H. (Bible view of man) See also Dr. Gordon H. Clark: Biblical Doctrine of Man
- What is Wrong with the Churches? - and the Remedy (1946) A. J. Ferris, 128pp., comb-bound, 1400 + P&H.
- Wherein Have We Robbed God? Malachi’s Message to the Men of Today (1898) G. Campbell Morgan, 131pp., plastic comb-bound, 1200 + P&H.
- Who Are We and What Is Our Mission? (1887) J. Thornhill Harrison, 201pp., plastic comb-bound, Christian-Anglo Israel, numerous maps; 17.00 + P&H.
- Who Brought The Slaves To America?, 30pp., 3.00 + P&H.
- The Whole Tithe: A Study in Systematic Giving, Historical and Practical (1920) & All Thine Increase (1935) P. W. Thompson, 412pp. (2 books in 1) plastic comb-bound, 2400 + P&H
- William Blackstone’s Commentaries on the Laws of England (1765-1769) 4 volumes, pb., or Ohb. (inquire)
- William the Conqueror (1888) Edward Augustus Freeman, 148pp., pb., 1500 + P&H.
- Willing To Believe: The Controversy Over Free Will, R. C. Sproul, 224pp., Hb., 17.00 + P&H
- Witness Against Evolution (1968) editor: Meldau; articles by Kesyer, Dewar, Dawson, Brown, Meldau, 76pp., 5.50 + P&H.
- World Significance of the Russian Revolution (1920) Pitt-Rivers, preface Dr. Oscar Levy, 60pp., 600 + P&H.
- Worthies Of The World: A Series Of Historical And Critical Sketches Of The Lives, Actions And Characters Of Great And Eminent Men Of All Countries And Times (1883) H. W. Dulcken, 2 volumes, 852pp., pb., 6500 + P&H (reg. 7200); Hb., 9200 + P&H (reg. 11200).
- Young Folks’ History of The Netherlands (Holland and Belgium) (1878) Alex. Young, 672pp., pb., 3600 + P&H; excellent; must for all students of our history... tied to Reformation & eventually American Revolution. Highly recommended. Not on child’s level by any means; collegiate level by today’s standards.
- Your Church Their Target (1966) by Kenneth W. Ingwalson (editor) being a collection of treatises by Harry R. Butman, Irving E. Howard, Kenneth Ingwalson, Howard E Kershner, James DeForest Murch, Edmund A. Opitz, Herman Otten, Herbert A Philbeck, Charles S Poling, G. Aiken Taylor, Wilbur G Williams, Rousas John Rushdoony, T. Robert Ingram, etc. 275pp., (inquire)
Books for Youth / Children / Adults by W. Stanley Martin (W.S.M.) & Others
Books on the Reformers written for youth late 1800s/ early 1900s, probably average non-collegiate adult level today. Children need to be taught the Reformers. I also will print in paperback or hardback any title, with pre-paid order of 25 of single title (whether it is one group that orders the 25 or numerous people combined) inquire; please tell others of these important books; if enough people show interest it would be wonderful if I could print them all in paperback. These are rare and available NOWHERE else. These and other titles by the same author are the books that parents need to have their children read--not modern christian fiction! [see also: titles under “Balaicius”).
- At The Sign of the Pelican (1901) Brida Walker, 100pp., comb-bound, 12.00 + P&H [Reformation in France.]
- The Best Book of All and How It Came To Us (1901) Rev. F. J. Hamilton, D.D., 100pp., comb-bound, 12.00 + P&H.
-The Brave Boys of Derry, or, No Surrender! (1901) W.S.M., 100pp., plastic-comb-bound [Story of conflict between Catholics and Protestants in Irish town of Londonderry], 12.00 + P&H.
- Brave Deeds of Confederate Soldiers (1916) P.A. Bruce (renown historian) Hb., 370pp. 2600 (reg. 3000); pb., 234pp., 17.00 + P&H; written for Youth but enjoyable for all.
- Children’s Edition of Touching Incidents and Remarkable Answers to Prayer (1895) S. B. Shaw, 128pp., plastic comb-bound, 1200 + P&H.
- Confederate Trilogy for Young Readers (Lee, Jackson, Stuart) Williamson, 628pp., Hb., 2500 + P&H.
- Early Torch-Bearers (c.1930) W. Stanley Martin, 158pp., plastic comb-bound, 16.00 + P&H; Some Chapters—Rome Underground: City of the Dead; Rock-Written Records; Britain’s Early Torch-Bearers; John Wycliffe; The Lollards; John Huss and Jerome of Prague.
- Fireships, Fireworks and Firebrands: A Sequel To Some Famous Bonfires (1898) W. Stanley Martin, 108pp.; plastic comb-bound, 12.00 + P&H.
- I Will Maintain: The Story of the Glorious Revolution (1900) W.S.M., 68pp., 6.00 + P&H. [British War of Succession]
- Martin Luther the Hero of the Reformation Which Changed the World (c.1923) J. J. Ellis, & The Story of the Man Who Fought the Giants: The Childrens’ Life of Luther (c.1900) W. Stanley Martin (2 books in 1) 220pp., paperback, 18.50 + P&H.
- Rome Underground or The Testimony of the Catacombs Against the Errors of Romanism (1897) W.S.M., 63pp., 7.00 + P&H.
- 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.
- Stories of the Covenanters in Scotland (1859) Robert Pollok, 328pp., Hb., 2800 + P&H. written on a youth level and probably average non-collegiate adult level today
- Stories of the Huguenots in France and Italy, various authors; foreward by D’Aubinge, 300pp., Hb., 2800 + P&H. written on youth level; probably average non-collegiate adult level today
- Stories of the Reformation in Germany and England with a Child’s Life of Luther (1860) Johns, 350pp., Hb., 2800 + P&H. written on a youth level and are probably average non-collegiate adult level today
- The Story of Some Famous Bonfires or Our Bible and Our Liberties & What They Cost (1921) WSM, 122pp., 14.00 + 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.”]
- The Tinker of Bedford and the Book that He Wrote (1901) W.S.M.; 106pp., 11.00 + P&H. [John Bunyan/Pilgrim’s Progress]
- Torchbearers Amid Alpine Snows [History of Vaudois/ Waldensians] (c.1938) C. C. Dobson, 192pp., comb-bound, 16.00 + P&H.
- Torchbearers of France and the Netherlands (c.1910) 160pp.,; containing 2 books: The Fights and Flights of the Huguenots, by Ebenezer Wilmhurst; 88pp.; and The Story of William the Silent and Holland’s Fight for Freedom (1907) W. Stanley Martin, 72pp.; plastic comb-bound, 16.00 + P&H.
- Turn or Burn: The Lewes Protestant Martyrs’ Memorial Volume (1901) W.S.M. and Rev. F. J. Hamilton; 33pp.; 8.5x11, comb-bound, 7.00 + P&H.
- Uncle Ben’s Budget / Annual (Protestant monthly for youth, edited by W. S. Martin); Vol. 1 [first series] (1897) 236pp., comb-bound, 18.00 + P&H. (I also have vol. 2 (1899) 284pp., and vol. 3 (1900) 288pp., of the First Series; and 8 of the Second Series (8.5x11) available if there is interest; Inquire.) These are on a younger level than adult.]
The Karl Gustav Nieritz Library
[all volumes will contain RAB intro, photo / bio. of author, some added historical info / clarifying note; other added photos.]
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.384pp. total. pb., 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] (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 in 1, c.545pp. total pb. Both Excellent. 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., (first printed Bible) [+ my Post-script on Gutenberg & illustrations] & The Rich Man and the Poor Man or Help in Need (1875) 120pp., c.408pp. total pb. Excellent. Touching. 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., (source of famous “Pied Piper of Hamlin” written by Robert Browning in 1888); 554pp. total, pb., 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 / adoption) & Driven Out (1893) 156pp., (2 children of a woman with leprosy who is cast out of the city) 558pp. total, pb., 25.00 + P&H.
Volume #6 - Busy Hands & Patient Hearts or, The Blind Boy of Dresden and His Friends (1875) 181pp., [a.k.a. Lenchen’s Brother (1887) 156pp., by another translator / publisher] & 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, pb., 25.00 + P&H. Only volumes 1-6 currently available (inquire concerning others)
Titles Concerning Experiences Among the Indians and Muslims
- The Adventures of Thomas Pellow, of Penryn, Mariner: Three and Twenty Years in Captivity among the Moors (1740) 304pp., pb., 12.00 + P&H.
- Barbary Corsairs: Warfare in the Mediterranean 1480-1580, Heers, 272pp., Hb. 30.00 (reg 35) + P&H very good, final defeat of Turks (1571) after half century of Turkish ravaging, rape, pillage, plunder, kidnapping of hundreds of thousands of Christians in Mediter.
- Captives of Abb’s Valley (c.1850) Brown, 1st hand account of mother and 11 children who endured capture by indians, after murder of her husband, father, mother and sister; Hb., 18.00 (reg. 20.00) + P&H.
- The Captured: A True Story of Abduction by Indians on the Texas Frontier, Zesch, 362pp., pb., 17.00 + P&H.
- Captured By The Indians: 15 Firsthand Accounts, 1750-1870, Drimmer, 384pp., pb., 14.00) + P&H.
- Empire of the Summer Moon: Quanah Parker and the Rise and Fall of the Comanches, the Most Powerful Indian Tribe in American History, Gwynne, 371pp., pb., 16.00 + P&H; last / greatest Comanche chief's mother was captured white woman.
- 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 overlooked in history. (6 books in series; inquire); this one covers wars against British & Indians, centered around Simon Kenton; greatest frontiersman/pioneer; greater than Daniel Boone (saved Boone’s life); God watched over him even as Washington in battle. A true legend. 1 of only 2 men who could fire & reload & fire musket rifle behind at those chasing him while running full speed. One of best books I have ever read. One of only men in history to have survived any (let alone numerous) running of Indian gauntlet; British/French treachery, frontier-life, Indian Wars, American independence; 626pp., 9x10 pb., 1900; Hb. 35.00 + P&H; incredible! A must! [Inquire for others in the series.]
- Indian Atrocities! Affecting and Thrilling Anecdotes Respecting the Hardships and Sufferings of the Brave and Venerable Forefathers, in their Bloody and Heart-Rending Skirmishes and Constests with the Ferocious Savages; Containing Numerous Engravings Illustrating the Most General Traits of Indian Character, Their Customs and Deeds of Cruelty, with Interesting Accounts of the Captivity, Sufferings, and Heroic Conduct of Many Who Have Fallen Into Their Hands (1846) 32pp., 3.50 + P&H.
- 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.
- 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, also mentions a few stories of Tom Quick. 168pp., and several pages of illustrations; 7x10 pb., 22.00 + P&H.
- Memoirs of a Captivity Among the Indians of North America from Childhood to the Age of Nineteen (1824) John Hunter, 460pp., pb., 33.00 (reg. 38); Hb., 46.00 (reg. 53) + P&H (brutality of “noble savages”).
- Narrative of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson (c.1678) 56pp., pb., 13.00 + P&H (earliest account of sufferings of woman captured by the Indians from Lancaster, who eventually escaped.)
- 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., rare, 12.50 + P&H; true story son avenging death of father during French & Indian Wars, devoted life to exterminating few remaining Indians in N.E. Pennsylvania. Settling in Milford, Pennsylvania: family enjoyed peaceful relationship w/ Indians; but at outbreak of F&I Wars, relationship became strained; dispute about land known as Minisink. Quick’s father killed & scalped during sudden attack, led Quick to long, vengeful campaign to kill as many Indians as he could; nearly 100 over many years; died of old age.; he was one of great icons of American folklore; exploits common fare of fireside storytellers. Today, virtually forgotten. Political correctness motivated his hometown of Milford, PA to dismantle handsome monument over remains & replace w/ apologetic plaque! References to him have been eliminated from local history; 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 chapters devoted to Battle of Minisink during American Revolution; other abridged versions, lacks few chapters, footnotes, appendix; this ed. has all.
- Pirate Coast: Thomas Jefferson, First Marines, & Secret Mission of 1805, Zacks, 432pp., new pb., 16.00 + P&H; Hb. good used copies available for 20.00 (reg. 26) + P&H. As fascinating as Cochrane: The Life and Exploits of a Fighting Captain (also highly recommended, see catalog/inquire); excellent book, I could not put it down.
- The Redeemed Captive (1704) Rev. John Williams (his family and 46 other people killed in French & Indian raid; he was taken captive) pb., 192pp., pb., 12.00 + P&H.
- Scalp Dance: Indian Warfare on the High Plains 1865-1879, Goodrich, 340pp., pb., 19.00 (reg. 22.00) + P&H; (barbarity)
- Slavery, Terrorism & Islam (2009 ed.), Peter Hammond, 182pp., 17.00 + P&H.
- Three Years Among the Indians and Mexicans (1846) Gen. Th. James (of Monroe County, Illinois) 130pp,. the original was small print, so I have expanded to legal-half size (7x8.5); which enlarged it by 23%, plastic comb-bound, 10.00 + P&H or modern-retypeset edition, by another publisher, paperback, 196pp., 13.00 + 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., 38.00 + 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., 20.00 + P&H.
- White Slavery in The Barbary States (1853) Charles Sumner, 135pp., 12.50 + P&H.
Flame in the Wind (Unusual Films) Spanish Inquisition & Christian faith, 120 min. 20.00 + P&H.
The Forbidden Book: Story of the English Bible, 62 min., 20.00 + P&H.
God’s Outlaw: William Tyndale (95min.) 30.00 + P&H.
Great Mr. Handel (1942; 110 min.) 2000 + P&H. (the writing of Handel’s Messiah / Hallelujah chorus. superb; inspiring.
John Hus (55 min.) 20.00 + P&H.
John Wycliffe: Morning Star (75 min.) 30.00 + P&H.
Martin Luther: Protest Changed the Course of History 15.00 + P&H, 105 min. DVD, dramatic B&W 1952 classic, Awesome; if you’ve never seen it, get it; watch it annually as family/church; originally released in theaters worldwide/nominated for 2 Academy Awards; magnificent depiction of Luther & forces at work in surrounding 16th cent. society resulted in historic change; from guilt-burdened monk to eventual break w/ Rome. Special 50th Anniv. colorized Ed. includes: full length film; story behind making; biography, a documentary history with Robert E. A. Lee, retired head of Lutheran Film Associates; trip to historic Luther sites including breathtaking color views of Wittenberg, Eisenach, Worms,Wartburg, Augsburg. Photos, background info, credits for producer, director, writer leading actors.
A More Perfect Union: America Becomes Nation (3 million budget, award winning; Brigham Young Univ., PBS), superb, drama on debates forming U.S. Constitution at Const. Convention, Phila.,1788) (112 min.) DVD 20.00 + P&H.
Sheffey, 2 hrs. 15 min. True story of the life of Robert Sayers Sheffey (1820-1902); itinerate preacher in Virginia. Truly a remarkable man of God in whose life miracles were apparent. Superb acting in this award-winning drama produced by Bob Jones University in 1978. You’ll laugh and cry throughout this touching and moving story for the whole family. 25.00 + P&H. See also the book, Saint of the Wilderness, finally back in print!
Videos by Ron Wyatt and Richard Rives:
Presentation of Discoveries Video or DVD (1-hr, 15-min.) 28.00 (reg. 30.00) + P&H. (Noah’s Ark, Sodom&Gom., Red Sea crossing site, Mt Sinai, Ark of Covenant)
Discovered Noah’s Ark Video or DVD (2-hr.) 28.00 (reg. 30.00) + P&H. irrefutable proof that this is the ark; learn why other ark hunters have missed this, see the gravestone of Noah and his family before it was stolen by thieves after it was discovered. see the anchor stones which were used to steady the ark; see scientific analysis showing this is the ark. Turkish government agrees and has built a 6-lane highway and visitor center to hold the flood of tourism which will result.
Discovered Sodom and Gomorrah Video or DVD (45 min.) 23.00 (reg. 25.00) + P&H.
Exodus, The Red Sea and Mt. Sinai Video or DVD (1-hr, 30-min.) 28.00 (reg. 30.00) + P&H.
Discovered The Ark of the Covenant Video or DVD (1-hr.) 28.00 (reg. 30.00) + P&H.
---------> 5-DVD Set; 88.00 (reg. 100.00) + P&H.
Fervent Heat: Exploring the Cities of the Plain with Richard Rives, 20.00 (reg. 25.00) + P&H.
Note: Publisher will print in paperback, any comb-bound title with order of 25 copies. Inquire.
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