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Christianity (70 Books)


Christianity categorizes works about the monotheistic and Abrahamic religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus as presented in canonical gospels and other New Testament writings. It also considers the Hebrew Bible, which is known as the Old Testament, to be canonical. Adherents of the Christian faith are known as Christians.

 
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He Pule Hoolaa Alii (A Prayer Consecrating a Chief)

By: Hawaiian Historical Society

O ka Walewale hookumu honua ia; O ke kumu o ka lipo i lipo ai; O ke kumu o ka Po i po ai; O ka Lipolipo, o ka lipolipo; O ka lipo o ka La, o ka lipo o ka Po; Po wale ho—i.; Hanau ka po; Hanau Kumulipo i ka po he kane; Hanau Poele i ka po he wahine; Hanau ka Uku koakoa, hanau kana he akoakoa puka; Hanau ke Koe enuhe eli hoopuu honua; Hanau kana he Koe puka; Hanau ka Pea, ka peapea kana keikipuka; Hanau ka Weli, he weliweli kana keiki puka.; Hanau ka Ina ka Ina; Hanau kana...

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He Buke Wehiwehi Huaolelo Baibala (A Book Explaining the Words of ...

By: Reverend E. W. Clark

This book is written to explain the words of the bible. It is translated (in Hawaiian) to explain the scriptures and the true meaning behind what the Bible is preaching out to us and what we should understand about the word from God.

He buke keia i unuhiia noloko mai o ka buke Wehiwehi Huaolelo Baibala (Bible Dictionary) o ka Ahahui Teraka. He buke maikai ia e moakaka ai ke ano o ka Baibala. He mea ia e naauao ai ka poe kahuna haiolelo, a me na kumu a me na haumana o na Kula Sabati. Ua waiwai no nae na mea a pau ke huli pono lakou i keia palapala. Pono e hele pu keia buke me ka Baibala; he hoa kokua ia i ka Baibala e naauao ai kakou ma na mea e ola'i ka uhane. I ka huli ana i keia buke, he pono ...

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Prophecy Mongering: Prophecy Shall Cease

By: Ms. Rochelle A Laura

Commentary on everyone over-using 'Apocalypse' is a beginning...

This is in response to recent accusations of my beliefs. When I encountered opposition concerning a social media Pastor’s interpretation of prophetic events I was barred from commenting. There was no rudeness or profane laden rhetoric, but suggested with strong intent a new perspective and alas, was restricted. Many Pastors are not the best teachers. The author has come to the realization that some current Pastors and Bible teachers may not even be aware of what the wor...

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Discipled by the Grace of Jesus Christ : Christian Teaching by Jef...

By: Jeff Martin

The Bible verses I was taught at church and the testimony of my parents and others introduced me to Jesus. Several times during my youth I prayed to be saved from hell, but remained unsure if I was truly saved. Later as I prepared to enter college I concluded that my sin during high school surely would result in my damnation. I lost all hope before remembering the good news that Christ died for sinners. Happily I planned to start a new relationship with Christ based ...

This Christian teaching is validated by my confession that Christ's death applied to us while we were still his enemies, and thus I have become his friend. "For if, while we were enemies, we were reconciled to God through the death of his Son, much more, being reconciled, we will be saved by his life," (Romans 5:10, WEB). No permission is needed to reprint this content for free distribution. Scripture quotes are primarily from the copyright free World English Bible at h...

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Against the False Protestants and the Pseudo Evangelicals who Have...

By: Pierre Michel Bruneau

After beginning with some personal observations the book goes through the principles that shaped the Protestant Reformation to show how a great deal of what is called Protestantism and Evangelicalism today no longer deserves the name. It then calls the church to reformation based on the foundational truth of the gospel.

The time has come to separate ourselves from those who are even now beginning to disown the reformation as overly divisive, and who are starting to attack the character of the reformers without appreciating how God has used them. Many are those who are quick to find whatever flaws they can find in the reformers in order to crucify them and their ministries. In doing this they strain out gnats while they swallow a camel. They forget that these reformers put their lives a...

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What did the Ancient Church Teach? : An Exposition of the Teaching...

By: Pierre Michel Bruneau

This book serves as both a biblical defense of essential Christian doctrine and an exposition of the writings of the early church on those biblical doctrines. In a time when those essential doctrines called into question, and 500 years after the Protestant Reformation, this book aims to confirm the faith of believers when the faith is being attacked from all every directions by pointing to unchanging essential gospel truth. This book also aims to demonstrate this truth t...

"But what is the law of faith? It is, being saved by grace. Here he shows God's power, in that He has not only saved, but has even justified, and led them to boasting, and this too without needing works, but looking for faith only" (John Chrysostom, Homilies on Romans, Homily 7, commenting on Romans chapter 3:27. Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, First Series, Vol. 11. Edited by Philip Schaff).

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The Holy Bible : King James Version

By: Various

To date, this is by far the easiest to navigate King James Bible ever created. Our Bible features over 5,900+ clickable links to help you quickly look up any book and chapter of the Bible. Complete navigation of the Bible can be accomplished with little to no use of the table of contents system.

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Optimism Out of Control : A Clarification of the Gospel

By: Jeff Martin

Years ago I shared a thought with a friend, an incredibly awesome thought. He responded by saying that perhaps my optimism had just gotten out of control. The phrase was so peculiar that it has stuck with me all these years. I am thankful for my friend's comment, which he has likely long forgotten. It served the good purpose of encouraging my deeper reflection. Also, the phrase has since developed a life of its own as the title of several articles in my dgjc.org/Zin...

Romans 11:32 answers the three biggest questions that mankind has ever had or will ever have for God our creator. How did sin enter the world? What is God's purpose in sin and salvation? Who is ultimately saved from God's wrath against sin? One warning before we continue. These questions are answered clearly and simply, but most people refuse to accept the answers.

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Living Consistently : When Life Goes Up and Down

By: Dr. J Allen Blair

There is no promise that this journey will always be pleasant. There will be hardships, temptations, and sorrows. At the same time there will be joy, peace, and blessing. Greatest of all, Christ will be with us to care for us and provide all our needs every step of the way. He will never leave us nor forsake us. This journey can either be a thrilling experience or dull and uninteresting. Actually, to a large degree it will depend on what we make it. We have a choice of...

If you have received Jesus Christ as your Savior and Lord, you have made the most important decision of your entire life. Those who have experienced this great salvation should be eternally grateful. Think what you were without Christ, but consider what you are by God's grace. Paul reminded the Ephesians-and ss-"And you hath he quickened, who were dead in trespasses and sins; Wherein in time past ye walked according to the course of this world, according to the prince ...

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King James Bible, Reader's Edition

By: Various

The Reader’s Edition features the King James Bible, Pure Cambridge Edition without the “messy” chapter and verse numbers. It also removes the book headings for an easy-to-read “book like” experience.

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King James Bible, Pure Cambridge Edition

By: Various

Presenting the King James Bible, Pure Cambridge Edition. Easily navigate through individual books and chapters of the Bible.

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Circa 1900 Cambridge King James Bible : Key Words & Phrases Accent...

By: Rex Frost, Editor

CIRCA 1900 CAMBRIDGE (C9C) KING JAMES BIBLE, ALSO KNOWN AS THE PURE CAMBRIDGE EDITION (PCE): The present Josiah ben David (JbD) offering introduces the accentuation of key words & phrases for improved navigation & periodic overview reading. The presentation is a retro 1611 concept, using modern fonts. Further, the text has been digitally compared with the circa 2013 Authorized King James Version (AKJV) maintained by BibleGateway.com. Visit RexFrost.com for a complete lis...

[TABLE OF CONTENTS:] The 66 Books of the Old & New Covenants: Showing the Basic Parallel Between the Two Covenants & Suggesting an Expositional Program that Alternates Between the Two Covenants.

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1 Corinthians : Devotional Studies on Living Wisely

By: Dr. J. Allen Blair

The establishment of the Church of Jesus Christ in such an area is another proof of the power of the gospel. Paul wrote in Romans 5:20, "But where sin abounded, grace did much more abound." Never was this more true than in Corinth. Sin abounded on every hand, but the grace of God, as proclaimed in the gospel, took hold of needy hearts. The Apostle Paul further declared in Romans, "For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to...

Nor onLy was the city of Corinth the capital of Achaia in Paul's day, but in political and commercial importance it surpassed all other cities in that part of the world. Though famous for its commercial prestige, it was also recognized as a center of culture and learning. Along with this, it was a city of great wealth; but it was also known for its gross wickedness and corruption. There was a familiar phrase spoken in Paul's day: "To live like a Corinthian." Everyone kn...

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The Epistles of John : Devotional Studies on Living Confidently

By: Dr. J Allen Blair

Would you experience the joy of "living confidently," with the assurance of being prepared to meet God? Then lay hold of the contents of the Epistles of John. Its writer says, "These things have I written unto you that believe on the name of the Son of God; that ye may know that ye have eternal life". There is no need for anyone to hope he is saved, for he may know. Read this brief Epistle with this thought in mind and notice how clearly the truth unfolds.

In addition to emphasizing the believer's assurance, John launched an attack on the false teaching that had found its way into the church. At the time, the Gnostics were denying the humanity of Christ. This is probably why little is said about Christ's deity in First John. Just the opposite was the case in John's Gospel, where Christ is presented as the Son of God. In the first Epistle, Christ's deity is taken for granted, while His perfect humanity is presented in convincing clarity.

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The Case for Universal Redemption Briefly Stated : Greater Hope fo...

By: Dr. David James Favager

Most modern Christians will have parents, wives, children, friends or other relations who are not believers, either because of indifference or adherence to another faith or even hostility to religion in general. If traditional ‘damnationist’ theology (theology that asserts the ever-lasting punishment of the damned, also known as ‘eternal conscious torment or ‘ETC’)) is correct all these loved ones will be eternally lost and will suffer the torments of Hell, separated fro...

The only viable theology of redemption is therefore Universalism. It cannot resolve all the theological problems that face ethical monotheists but it does offer a far more promising basis for attempting to do so and renders some of the difficulties considerably less pressing. Given the utter inadequacy of its rivals – inadequacy on both the moral and intellectual level - we can enter its portals with faith and confident hope.

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Holy Bible : Young's Literal Translation (YLT)

By: Robery Young; Covenant Press, Editor

This is the complete Young's Literal Translation of the Holy Bible. This 1862 edition, high quality, PDF Bible is compatible with almost every device (Windows PC, Mac, Android Phone, iPhone/iPad, and others). This is made possible by the Free Bible Project (FBP), a ministry of the Covenant Christian Coalition.

In the beginning of God`s preparing the heavens and the earth—the earth hath existed waste and void, and darkness [is] on the face of the deep, and the Spirit of God fluttering on the face of the waters, and God saith, 'Let light be;' and light is.

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Living Victoriously: When Winning It All Isn't Enough : A Devotion...

By: Dr. J Allen Blair

Followers of Christ will admit that there are certain choice portions in the Word to which they frequently slip away for comfort, encouragement, and inspiration. They study and believe the whole Bible, but often find rest and consolation in particular passages. For many, Philippians is one of the "choice morsels" to which the believer frequently resorts. The very thought of this Epistle seems to remind us of our Lord's words recorded in Mark 6:31 "Come ye yourselves a...

Philippians is specifically a believer's book. In this aspect, it is very practical. Most of us are deluged by problems and adversity. There is the constant desire to talk with someone who understands. Paul, the writer of the Epistle, is the one. As you read of the flagellations he suffered for the cause of Christ, you will readily recognize him as a man who knows how to face troubles.

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Публицистика : 1997-2017: 1997-2017

By: Пламен Сивов

Пламен Сивов е роден през 1970 г. в Сливен. Завършил е езикова гимназия в родния си град, а след това право в Софийския университет. Специализирал е в САЩ. Публицист, преводач, редактор на списание Мирна (1996 – 2008), главен редактор на списание Свет (2009 – 2011), редактор и автор в портала Православие.БГ, директор на фондация „Покров Богородичен“ от създаването ѝ през 1994 г.

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Манифест Нового времени

By: Андрей Полеев

A. Poleev. Manifest of a New time. Enzymes, 2017.

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2 Peter : Devotional Studies on Living Faithfully

By: J. Allen Blair

One cannot read far into the Second Epistle of Peter without sensing the theme of "Living Faithfully". Doubtless Peter had never forgotten his extreme failure to live faithfully at the time of his outspoken denial of Christ years before. As a warning to other believers, to help them from falling into the same satanic trap, he writes this brief Epistle. He passionately admonishes all true Christians to beware of false teachers and apostasy and steadfastly to follow the...

As Peter wrote this second Epistle, he was nearing the end of his life. He was aware of this for he wrote in Chapter 1, verse 14, "Knowing that shortly I must put off this my tabernacle." Approaching the end he reminisces. He recalls the "Simon" life, but how grateful that he is that it was supplanted by the "Peter" life. But though this conversion was instantaneous, his transformation was gradual. Peter, like most of us who have believed on Christ, was extremely sl...

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