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Most of us have a faith but few of us have a faith that has brought us peace, peace with God, peace with ourselves, and peace with others.
Today faith's creates doctrinal barriers it is their nature, these barriers in turn cause fear of open mindness, thus, restricting the love of God to speak to us through His Holy Spirit.
This website is dedicated to God, the God of Love. We promote freedom through God's love and His grace/underserved kindness to the human race by His Son Christ Jesus.
No amount of knowledge about God can create love for Him, this world is full of religious hatred, doctrine has not created peace with God or fellowman, God's love does create peace towards all.
Doctrine can keep us from knowing God through fear in hearing new ideas and information discovered in modern times. Doctrine also bring people under captivity whereas God's love sets people free.
The content of this website will not bring a person into captivity and fear. We are not another religious organization viving for membership. We are not promoting a man or men or woman as great teachers. The information shared on this website are from faithful servants of God through years of testing and trials for God and their fellowman.
One day, in a huge city called Christendom a great turmoil erupted among its religious leaders. The cause of all the commotion was a question that had plagued this great city for thousands of years:
“Which one of the thousands of religions in Christendom was the truth?”
This raging question had been the source of all the wars every fought in the city and the cause of the break up of most families.
However, there was one thing that the cities religious leaders agree upon and that was one man they all considered to be a prophet. This prophet was no part of their many religions or their politics. He, they believed would tell them the truth:
“Who had the right religion?”
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This they felt would stop the fighting and finally bring peace to their great city. So all the religious leaders went out from the great city to a small humble village where the prophet lived; called “Christian Freedom” to find and question this prophet. When they found him the great crowd gather around him to pose the ultimate question.
“Sir tell us which one of our religions has the truth – the real faith?”
But the prophet said nothing; he then took his staff and drew a large circle around himself. He then stepped out of the circle and said:
“ This circle represents each one of your hearts, please, each one divide the circle into three piece. One piece of the circle for God, another piece for service of others, and the last piece for your own needs”.
Silence fell over the crowd the prophet held out his staff for someone to step forward to divide up the circle, but none would step forward. Then the prophet drew another circle around himself and once again stepped out of the circle – this time he said: “ This circle represents the prophet you all profess to follow Jesus Christ. Some one step forward and divide up his heart into the same three pieces”.
This time a long silence then the religious leaders fell to arguing among themselves over the prophets request. Finally after considerable time had lapsed one of the religious leaders stepped forward and said with an angry voice: “No one can divide the heart of Christ he was whole soul, whole hearted to God and he loved his neighbor as himself; he always put the needs of others a head of his own”.
The prophet then said: “You answered correctly, who of you can say your heart is not divided? None answered, he then said: “Which of you need not forgiveness and grace please step forward.”
Once again none stepped forward, so the prophet said; “How do you judge by a divided heart or the heart of Christ? Is there one among the thousands of your religion that has produced a perfect heart from it’s teachings? If you find one then that is the true religion practice it and you will find life”.
No one said a word to the prophet so he said: “go away and practice mercy stop judging one another from your divided hearts then you may know the Christ’s heart.”
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Day and night they keep on telling about God, without a sound or a word. silent in the skies, their message reaches out to all the world.
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A a fresh unique look at the gospels. You get a fourfold view of the same event combined into on verse. In other words, Matthews account is combined with Mark, Luke and John's.
And after these things he went forth, bagain by the sea side; and all the multitude resorted unto him, and he taught them. And as he aJesus passed by from thence, he saw cand beheld aa man, ca publican, named {acalled} Matthew, cLevi, bthe son of Alphæus sitting at the place of toll, and he saith {csaid} unto him, Follow me. 28 And he forsook all, band he arose {crose up} and followed him.
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The Apocrypha Books
Should they have been taken out of our bibles? A choice made for you by the Puritans in 1332. Now you can make the choice for yourself through God's Holy Spirit. Many have for the first time understood the scripture better since reading the Apocrypha Books.
The Apocrypha as found in the original 1611 KJV Bible The Apocryphal/Deuterocanonical Books The Apocrypha contains history that sheds additional light on the Old and New Testaments. This is the order of Apocryhpa books as found in the original 1611 first edition of the King James Version Bible.
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The Book of Enoch
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A moving allegorical story of Christain growth out of self-justification by God's loving kindness and mercy.
Follow Old man Gaint Judgment to the little city of Tender Mercy as he learns the lesson all Spirit led Christian must learn to enter the Kinddom of God.
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That type of love come from the God of love. It not of this world. God's love conquers all fleshly thought and doctrine that divide the body of Christ
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Watchman Nee has been one of the most significant and spiritual to emerge during this century. His labors had a profound effect upon the spreading of the gospel and the establishing of hundreds of local churches throughout Asia, while his many books and spoken messages have become a rich supply to believers throughout the world. Because of his faith, Nee was imprisoned in 1952 and remained so for the last twenty years of his life.
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Steven Byington Bible            Translation
Steven Tracy Byington (birthname Stephen) (December 10, 1869–October 12, 1957, age 87) was a noted intellectual, translator, and American individualist anarchist. He was born in Westford, Vermont, and later moved to Ballardvale, Massachusetts. A one-time proponent of Georgism, he converted to individualist anarchism after associating with Benjamin Tucker. He was a firm believer in the promotion of individualist anarchism through education. He said "Anarchism has undertaken to change men's minds in one point by removing their faith in force" (Quasi-Invasion and the Boycott in Liberty, X, 2). He began a "Letter Writing Corps" in 1894 which targeted specific individuals, including newspapers, to familiarize others with the philosophical doctrine. He is known for translating at least three anarchist works into English from German: Max Stirner's The Ego and Its Own, Paul Elztbacher's The Great Anarchists: Ideas and Teachings of Seven Major Thinkers, and Elztbacher's Anarchism.
FAULTLESS --JUDE 24--                                     Faultless in his glory's presence! All the soul within stirred, All my heart reached up to heaven At the wonder of that word.                                                                                 Able to present me faultless? Lord, forgive my doubt, I cried; Thou didst once, to loving doubt, show Hands and feet and riven side.                                                                                 O! for me build up some ladder, Bright with golden round on round, That my hope this thought may compass, Reaching faith's high vantage-ground!                                                                                 Praying thus, behold, my ladder, Reaching unto perfect day, Grew from out a simple story But these reddest, crimson dyes-- Surely nought can ever whiten These to fitness to your eyes?p;                                                                                                            Yes, he said, though these are colors Hardest to remove of all, Still I have the power to make them Like the snowflake in its fall.                                                                                      Through my heart the words so simple Throbbed with echo in and out: Crimson--scarlet--white as snowflake-- Can this man? and can God not?                                                                                      Now upon a day thereafter, (Thus the tale went on at will), To the queen there came a present From the master at the mill.                                                                                        Fold on fold of fairest texture Lay the paper, purest white; On each sheet there gleamed the letters Of her name in golden light.                                                                                          Precious lesson, wrote the master, Hath my mill thus given me, Showing how our Christ can gather Vilest hearts from land or sea;                                                                                          In some heavenly alembic, Snowy white from crimson bring; Stamp his name on each, and bear them To the palace of the king.                                                                                             * * * O what wondrous visions wrapped me! Heaven's gates seemed opened wide, Even I stood clear and faultless, By my dear Redeemer's side.                                                                                              Faultless in his glory's presence! Faultless in that dazzling light! Christ's own love, majestic, tender, Made my crimson snowy white! ;                                       C.T Russel New Creation 1904
Feed My Sheep is a delightfully challenging, graphical Bible word game. Very similar in play to "Wheel Of Fortune" and "Hangman", but now with a new twist! Your job as a shepherd is to uncover the missing letters to a Bible verse or phrase before you lose all your sheep. 3 skill levels, makes the software game suitable even for children. You can even play against the clock for a real challenge! A colorful, wholesome, educational program for the whole family! And you thought the life of a shepherd was easy! .
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Over the course of sixty years he translated the Bible from original texts and entitled it The Bible in Living English. It was published posthumously in 1972 in New York by the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society. He published a review of the New World Translation of the New Testament, the English translation usually associated with the Jehovah's Witnesses, in The Christian Century magazine, November 1, 1950. He clearly felt that his translation was superior.
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1808 New Testament
1808 New Testament is an improved version based upon Archbishop Newcomes New Translation. This is a rare find hope you enjoy reading it.
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Valley of Endurance
Follow the beautiful and amazing story of Mr. Patience labors in the Valley of Endurance. Meet Mr. Empty of Heart as he stumbles upon the field of Joy.
A wonderful allegory to teach us the deep truths of God's word in the simplest pictorial wording imaginable
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The Dead Seas Scrolls
The Dead Sea Scrolls have been called the greatest archaeological find of the 20th century. And they are. Everybody knows of the Dead Sea Scrolls. I was once in a taxi cab in Kansas City and the driver had no idea that I was in any way connected with the Scrolls, and he raised the subject. Although everyone knows of the Dead Sea Scrolls, almost no one can tell you what they say. What do they really tell us? What do we know that we didn’t know before? That’s the question that I’m going to try to answer.
In fact, I’m going to try to answer three questions: 1. What do the Dead Sea Scrolls tell us about the development of Early Christianity? 2. What do the Dead Sea Scrolls tell us about the Hebrew Bible? 3. What do the Dead Sea Scrolls tell us about the history of Judaism? But before I do that, I would like take a trip with you to the site where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found, on the shores of the Dead Sea in the Judean Desert. The Dead Sea Scrolls—What They Really Say Hershel Shanks © 2007
Exploring The Jordan
Welcome to Jordan, the other Biblical land! Other than Israel, no country has as many Biblical sites and associations as Jordan: Mount Nebo, from where Moses gazed at the Promised Land he could not enter; Bethany beyond the Jordan, where John baptized Jesus; Lot’s Cave, where Lot and his daughters sought refuge after the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah; Madaba, home of a stunning mosaic map of the Holy Land; the lands of the ancient kingdoms of Ammon, Moab and Edom, and many more. We’ve put together this e-book of articles on ancient Jordan to introduce readers to this ancient land. Each article is written by an expert who is able to act as a virtual tour guide sharing the depth of their experience and knowledge. This vicarious journey brings to vibrant life the Biblical world in the "other" Holy Land and acquaints us with magnificent sites and legendary stories. We begin with “Where John Baptized,” by Rami Khouri, a longtime archaeology journalist
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John Bunyan
John Bunyan (28 November 1628 – 31 August 1688) was an English Christian writer and preacher, famous for writing The Pilgrim's Progress, arguably the most famous published Christian allegory besides Dante Alighieri's "Divine Comedy". In the Church of England, he is remembered with a Lesser Festival on 30 August.
The Ancient Church
W.D. Willian Dool
PREFACE. The appearance of another history of the early Church requires some explanation. As the progress of the Christian commonwealth for the first three hundred years has been recently described by British, German, and American writers of eminent ability, it may, perhaps, be thought that the subject is now exhausted. No competent judge will pronounce such an opinion. During the last quarter of a century, various questions relating to the ancient Church, which are almost, if not altogether, ignored in existing histories, have been earnestly discussed; whilst several documents, lately discovered, have thrown fresh light on its transactions. There are, besides, points of view, disclosing unexplored fields for thought, from which the ecclesiastical landscape has never yet been contemplated. The following work is an attempt to exhibit some of its features as seen from a new position.
The Antiquities of the Jews by Flavius Josephus Translated by William Whiston
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How Every Nation Was Denominated From Their First Inhabitants. 1. Now they were the grandchildren of Noah, in honor of whom names were imposed on the nations by those that first seized upon them. Japhet, the son of Noah, had seven sons: they inhabited so, that, beginning at the mountains Taurus and Amanus, they proceeded along Asia, as far as the river Tansis, and along Europe to Cadiz; and settling themselves on the lands which they light upon, which none had inhabited before, they called the nations by their own names. For Gomer founded those whom the Greeks now call Galatians, [Galls,] but were then called Gomerites. Magog founded those that from him were named Magogites, but who are by the Greeks called Scythians. Now as to Javan and Madai, the sons of Japhet; from Madai came the Madeans, who are called Medes, by the Greeks; but from Javan, Ionia, and all the Grecians, are derived.
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[We deem it proper to state, that, though the following Treatise of Christian Union appears in nearly all the collected editions of BUNYAN'S WORKS, yet its genuineness has been called in question by the Rev Mr Philip in his admirable work, "The Life and Times of Bunyan." Without here entering into this question, we have separately appended it to the works of Bunyan in this volume, and trust that it will not prove unacceptable to our readers, especially considering the efforts that are now being made to promote the living union of all true Christians who hold the one Lord, the one faith, and the one baptism.]
This unity and peace may consist with the ignorance of many truths, and in the holding of some errors; or else this duty of peace and unity could not be practicable by any on this side perfection: but we must now endeavour the unity of the spirit, till we come to the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God; Eph. iv. 13. Because now, as the apostle saith, "We know in part, and we prophesy in part,"
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The Heavenly BrideGroom
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Exhorted Peace And Unity
That He is mine and I am His, Oh! wondrous thought. I am so poor, so weak, so lowly, can there aught Of worthiness in me be found that He should love And seek me for His Bride?
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Book of Martyrs John Fox
Though nearly all sects have persecuted their opponents, during a brief season, when men's passions were highly excited, and true religion had mournfully declined, yet no denomination except the papal hierarchy, has adopted as an article of religious belief, and a principle of practical observance, the right to destroy heretics for opinion's sake. The decrees of councils, and the bulls of popes, issued in conformity with those decrees, place this matter beyond a doubt. Persecution, therefore, and popery, are inseparably connected; because
What do we know about where Jesus may have died and where he was buried? This collection of articles from the pages of Biblical Archaeology Review and Bible Review magazines presents the latest in scholarship on those key subjects. In “What Did Jesus’ Tomb Look Like?” Jodi Magness traces the evolution of Jewish burial customs from before the destruction of the First Temple in 586 B.C. to the first century A.D., noting in particular the differences between the burials of the wealthy and those of the poor. Amos Kloner examines one specific aspect of Jewish burial caves when he asks “Did a Rolling Stone Close Jesus’ Tomb?” Kloner also notes that in the first century A.D. it was the common custom among Jews to return to a tomb three days after a burial to confirm that the relative they had just interred there was indeed dead. Where was Jesus buried? That key question is addressed in three articles: In “Does the Holy Sepulchre Mark the Burial of Jesus?” Dan Bahat lays out the case for the traditional location.
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By Lightheart
Then Peter turned and saw the disciple whom Jesus loved following them. This was the disciple who leaned on Jesus' breast at supper, and who also asked, Lord, who is he who betrays you? Peter, now seeing him, said to Jesus, Lord, what about him? Jesus said, If I want him to stay until I come, what concern is that of yours? You follow me. Then the saying spread among the others that that disciple would not die. Yet, Jesus did not say, he will not die but, if I want him to remain until I come, what concern is it of yours? This is the disciple who testifies to these things, and has written them down, and we know that his testimony is true. There are many other things that Jesus did that, if they were all told, I do not think the whole world could contain all the books that would be written. Amen. ------ THE GOSPEL All Christian Free Edition is Copyright-Free. 2003 edited by Lightheart
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Law was looked upon as the expression of the Will of God. Man was to yield to that Will for two reasons. First, because God is the perfect ideal of goodness. That ideal was for man to revere, and, so far as in him lay, to imitate. 'As I am merciful, be thou merciful; because I am gracious, be thou gracious.' The 'Imitation of God' is a notion which constantly meets us in Rabbinic literature. It is based on the Scriptural text: 'Be ye holy, for I the Lord am holy.' 'God, the ideal of all morality, is the founder of man's moral nature.'
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There was a time, not so long ago, when the blessed truth of Justification was one of the best known doctrines of the Christian faith, when it was regularly expounded by the preachers, and when the rank and file of church-goers were familiar with its leading aspects.
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Queen Legalistic
A compelling story of a slave of Queen Legalistic salvation through King Underserved Kindness.
A strong allegory of a Christian's walk from false religion into freedom of the Children of God. Learn the truth that all Christian must come to know through a simple moving story.
A powerful help to dismayed members of strict legal religious groups.
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Click Picture History C.T. Russell
Charles Taze Russell (February 16, 1852 – October 31, 1916), also known as Pastor Russell, was a Protestant evangelist from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA and founder of the Bible Student movement.[1] In 1879, he began publishing Zion's Watch Tower and Herald of Christ's Presence, known now as The Watchtower. In 1881, he co-founded Zion's Watch Tower Tract Society, and in 1884, the corporation was officially registered, with Russell as president. From 1886 to 1904, Russell published a six-part series entitled The Millennial Dawn, which later became known as Studies in the Scriptures. (A seventh volume was published in 1917 after Russell's death.)
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Harp of God 1921
Proof Conclusive Million Now Living Will Never Die
Joseph Franklin Rutherford (8 November 1869—8 January 1942), often referred to as "Judge" Rutherford, was the second president of the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society, the legal entity used by Bible Students, and subsequently Jehovah's Witnesses. Zion’s Watch Tower Tract Society had been formed on February 16, 1881, with W. H. Conley as president and Charles Taze Russell as secretary and treasurer. Three years later, in 1884, Zion’s Watch Tower Tract Society was legally incorporated, with C. T. Russell as president.
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Sabbath Observance
New Covenant Fellowship                    1914
A VERY NOOT question indeed among Christian people is that concerniilg the observance of a weekly day of rest. The principle that such a day should be recognized is quite generally acknowledged among Christians, and it is the subject of legislation in countries which profess to be "Christian"- or at least not heathen
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Treasures From The Writings Of Jacob Boehme by Jakob Boehme 1575 - 1624
"O great and holy God, I pray thee, set open my inwardness to me; that I may rightly know what I am; and open in me what was shut up in Adam." . . . "God stirred himself to produce creation . . . He was desirous of having children of his own kind . . . Creation was an act of the free will of God; God unfolded his eternal nature, and through his active love, or desire, he caused that which heretofore had been in him merely as spirit (as an image contained in a piece of wood before the artist has cut it out), to become substantial, corporeal.
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Interlinar Scripture Ananlyaer 2 Hebrew         And Greek Westcott-Hort 1881
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This pamphlet is dedicated to the Priests and Levites of the Gospel Age--The body of Christ, and Household of Faith--praying the God of all grace that it may be blest to such as have an “ear to hear.” THE AUTHOR Pittsburgh, Pa., U.S.A., February 1, 1882
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Thy Word is Truth 1905
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Having asked wisdom and understanding of God we must study His word with mind willing to receive and belive whatever we find there, even though we find some thing we have not believed, and fail to find some which we have all our live supposed were true.
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By the Compiler 1905
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Angels and Woman
Christan people are becoming more and more awake to the fact that tidal waves of unbelief is sweeping over Christendom;-not the blaspheous kind by Thomas Paine and Robert Ingersoll, but the cultured kind representing in the scholarship of our day, which makes the danger all the more insidious
Mrs. J.G. Smith 1924
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T RITE but true is the saying, "Truth is stranger than fiction." Fiction sometimes illuminates the truth. A number of years ago Mrs. J. G. Smith published a novel entitled Seola. She claims to have been impelled to write it after listening to beautiful music. She made no pretense of a knowledge of the Bible. Yet many of her sayings are so thoroughly in accord with the correct understanding of certain scriptures that the novel is exceedingly interesting and sometimes thrilling.
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The Wonderful Story
1890 by Bible Students
A poem in book form explaning God's purpose of Redemption a classic worth the read.
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by: Daniel A Brother In Christ
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A friend sees something special in us
And helps us know it
They are there on the peaks
And the lows and walk with us through the valley of death
A friend listens when they don’t understand they are there
They love to see us happy and wish only best things for us
A friend tells us the truth when it hurts but hardly gives advice
A friend knows us like a book, but shares only the best pages
They remember the good, but have amnesia for the bad
A friend is humbled in our shine they are not jealous
They are honored with our friendship and make us feel better than we are
They give us dignity when we are fools and they love us when we can’t love our self
  "Knowledge of Christ is our understanding   he is Truth. When our knowledge produces  actions that conform to Christ we then have                                    truth!
Wycliffe And Tyndale
Truth is more then words, Christ is our truth;   his actions alone are truth and in complete             harmony with our Fathers will.
       We are never truth occassionally we   produces truth in our actions. Doctrine has  the power in deceiving us into thinking that                   our knowledge is truth! "
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The Emphatic Diaglott is a diaglot, or two language polyglot translation, of the New Testament by Benjamin Wilson, first published in 1864. It is an interlinear translation with the original Greek text and a word-for-word English translation in the left column, and a full English translation in the right column. It is based on the interlineary translation, on the renderings of eminent critics, and on the various readings of the Vatican Manuscript. Together with illustrative and explanatory foot notes, and a copious selection of references, to the whole of which is added an alphabetical appendix.
Parallel Columes 1865
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John Wycliffe (pronounced /ˈwɪklɪf/; also spelled Wyclif, Wycliff, Wiclef, Wicliffe, or Wickliffe) (mid-1320s – 31 December 1384) was an English theologian, lay preacher[1], translator and reformist. Wycliffe was an early dissident in the Roman Catholic Church during the 14th century. His followers are known as Lollards, a somewhat rebellious movement which preached a legalistic Gospel.[2] He is considered the founder of the Lollard movement[3], a precursor to the Protestant Reformation (for this reason, he is sometimes called "The Morning Star of the Reformation"). He was one of the earliest opponents of papal authority influencing secular power.[4]
William Tyndale (sometimes spelled Tindall or Tyndall; pronounced /ˈtindel/) (c. 1494 – 1536) was a 16th-century Protestant reformer and scholar who, influenced by the work of Desiderius Erasmus and Martin Luther, translated the Bible into the Early Modern English of his day. While a number of partial and complete Old English translations had been made from the seventh century onward, and Middle English translations particularly during the 14th century, Tyndale's was the first English translation to draw directly from Hebrew and Greek texts, and the first to take advantage of the new medium of print, which allowed for its wide distribution. In 1535, Tyndale was arrested on the orders of King Henry VIII, jailed in the castle of Vilvoorde outside Brussels for over a year, tried for heresy and burned at the stake. He was strangled before his body was burnt
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 Harvest Gleanings Massive Work Three Volumes Collection of CT Russell Works
Pastor Charles Taze Russell has earned a reputation for being one of the most prolific religious writers of our modern times. His books have been printed and reprinted in the millions of copies in over 30 different languages. His most noted works are the six-volume set of "Studies in the Scriptures" and his monthly magazine, "The Watch Tower," which he edited for over 40 years until his death in 1916. All of these books, and several others, have been maintained in print for several years. In addition to these works, however, there are several other less-known works that have either never been printed before in book form, or which are currently out-ofprint. It is in the desire to preserve these valuable writings from extinction that the Chicago Bible Students’ Book Republishing Committee has decided to produce a multi-volume set of the other writings of Pastor Russell –of which this volume is
New Testament An Improved Version Archbishop Newcome's
1796. William Newcome, An Attempt toward revising our English Translation of the Greek Scriptures, or the New Covenant of Jesus Christ; and toward illustrating the sense by philological and explanatory notes. 2 Vols. London: for J. Johnson; Dublin: John Exshaw, 1796. A revision of the KJV by Archbishop Newcome, based on the text of Griesbach 1774. This was the first English version to represent Griesbach's new critical text.
This book is divided into five sections: (1) The Three Worlds (2) The Russell vs. Eaton Debates (3) The Russell vs. White Debates (4) Old Theology Quarterly Tracts (5) Bible Students Monthly Tracts The first of these sections is the re-publication of the first book authored and printed by Pastor Russell (with the exception of an early pamphlet on the Lord’s Second Presence.) This work, "The Three Worlds," was co-authored by Russell and an early co-laborer, Nelson H. Barbour. The concepts expressed in its pages form the outline for much of his later writings, though many of the thoughts have undergone revision in the author’s own mind. This section has been re-printed mainly for historical purposes and to show the development of thinking in the ministry of Pastor Russell. The thoughts of the "Three Worlds" were updated in a later publication, "Food for Thinking Christians," in 1881. This volume was distributed widely at Church doors throughout the nation by the use of Western Union messengers. The contents of this book can be found in the Reprints of the Watch Tower magazine for September 1881, pages R250-R255. Later it was again revised and published as his most popular work, "The Divine Plan of the Ages," volume 1 of Studies in the Scriptures. The second and third sections of this volume are stenographer’s reports of two noted debates between Russell and prominent clergymen of the time. The debate with E. L. Eaton was held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1903 and the one with L. S. White was held in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1908. The Russell vs. Eaton debates was copied from the Pittsburgh Dispatch which carried complete coverage of the event.
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Babylonian Story of the Deluge
Told by Assyrian Tablets from Nineveh.
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builded by Asshur (see Gen. x, 11, 12). Thanks, however, to Christian, Roman and Muhammadan tradition, there is no room for doubt about it, and the site of Nineveh has always been known. The fortress which the Arabs built there in the seventh century was known as "Kal'at-Nînawî, i.e., "Nineveh Castle," for many centuries, and all the Arab geographers agree in saying that tile mounds opposite Môsul contain the ruins of the palaces and walls of Nineveh. And few of them fail to mention that close by them is "Tall Nabi Yûnis," i.e., the Hill from which the Prophet Jonah preached repentance to the inhabitants of Nineveh, that "exceeding great city of three days' journey" (Jonah iii, 3). Local tradition also declares that the prophet was buried in the Hill, and his supposed tomb is shown there to this day. The Walls and Palaces of Nineveh. Nothing is known of the early history of the Library [1] of the Temple of Nebo at Nineveh. There is little doubt that it was in existence in the reign of Sargon II, and it was probably founded at the instance of the priests of Nebo who were settled at Nimrûd (the Calah of Gen. X, 11)
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1897 The New Depensation
The New Testment
By Robert D. Weekes
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New Testment G. Campbell
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Distiny of Mankind Obadiah Tillotson
1851 What do the scriptures teach. Final condition of the human race
"In my opinion the doctrine of final holiness and happiness of all mankind is the great doctrine of the bible".
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Sir Isaac Newton January 4, 1643 to                  March 31, 1772
1 Timothy 3:16 The shorter portion of Newton's dissertation was concerned with 1 Timothy 3:16, which reads (in the King James Version): And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory. Newton argued that, by a small alteration in the Greek text, the word "God" was substituted to make the phrase read "God was manifest in the flesh." instead of "He was manifest in the flesh." He demonstrated that early Church writers in referring to the verse knew nothing of such an alteration.[7] [edit] Summary of both passages Newton concludes: "If the ancient churches in debating and deciding the greatest mysteries of religion, knew nothing of these two texts, I understand not, why we should be so fond of them now the debates are over."[8] It was only in the nineteenth century that Bible translations appeared 'correcting' these passages[citation needed]. Modern versions of the Bible usually omit 1 John 5:7, but some place it in a footnote, with a comment indicating that 'it is not found in the earliest manuscripts'.[9] Modern translations of 1 Timothy 3:16 usually omit "God".[10]
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   "Just because we read  God’s word does not mean  we have the Word living in  us. Searching the scriptures     to find truth and yet not        loving the truth is a     dichotomy of having a                 religion."
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Pre-Millennialism and the Early Church Fathers by Bob DeWaay box 434 for T.S. 201
In this paper, I will show that the earliest fathers of the church (before 300 AD) primarily believed in a literal millennium. This will be accomplished by consulting the primary sources, the fathers themselves, and other writings about the views of the early fathers. Those early fathers who wrote about this issue will be dealt with one at a time.
   THE SONG OF SOLOMON. Commentary by A.R. Faussett
ORIGEN and JEROME tell us that the Jews forbade it to be read by any until he was thirty years old. It certainly needs a degree of spiritual maturity to enter aright into the holy mystery of love which it allegorically sets forth. To such as have attained this maturity, of whatever age they be, the Song of Songs is one of the most edifying of the sacred writings. R OSENMULLER justly says, The sudden transitions of the bride from the court to the grove are inexplicable, on the supposition that it describes merely human love. Had it been the latter, it would have been positively objectionable, and never would have been inserted in the holy canon.
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Polycarp (ca. 69 – ca. 155) was a second century bishop of Smyrna. According to the Martyrdom of Polycarp, he died a martyr when he was stabbed after an attempt to burn him at the stake failed. Polycarp is regarded as a saint in the Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Anglican, and Lutheran Churches. He is identified as a disciple of the apostles, or in particular of John the Apostle or John the Evangelist.
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In 1944 Franz graduated from Gilead, the religion's school for training missionaries, and temporarily served the organization as a travelling representative in the continental U.S. until receiving a missionary assignment to Puerto Rico in 1946. Franz became a representative of Jehovah's Witnesses throughout the Caribbean, traveling to the Virgin Islands and the Dominican Republic, at least until 1957 when Jehovah's Witnesses were banned in the Dominican Republic by dictator Rafael Trujillo.[4] At the age of 37 Franz married his wife, Cynthia, who joined him in these missionary travels from 1959 onward. Both returned to the Dominican Republic in 1961 to evangelize for four more years.[5]
Ray Franz story of disfellowship from Jehovah Witnesses for obeying God's word the bible
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Pope Saint Clement I, (fl. 96),[1] also known as Saint Clement of Rome (in Latin, Clemens Romanus), is listed from an early date as one of the first Bishops of Rome[1]. He was the first Apostolic Father of the early Christian church.[2] Few details are known about Clement's life. According to Tertullian Clement was ordained by Saint Peter,[2] and he is known to have been a leading member of the church in Rome in the latter part of the 1st century. Early church lists place him as the second or third[1][3] bishop of Rome after Saint Peter, but the meaning of this evidence is unclear;[1] i.e., his role as bishop is not entirely clear.
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Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus, anglicised as Tertullian, (ca.160 – ca.220 AD)[1] was a prolific and controversial early Christian Berber author, and the first to write Christian Latin literature. He also was a notable early Christian apologist and a polemicist against heresy.
However, when he approved innovation, he did originate and advance new theology to the early Church. He is perhaps most famous for coining the term Trinity (Latin trinitas) and giving the first exposition of the formula[2]. Other formulations that first appear in his work are "three Persons, one Substance" as the Latin "tres Personae, una Substantia" (itself from the Koine Greek "treis Hypostases, Homoousios"), and also the terms vetus testamentum ("old testament") and novum testamentum ("new testament").
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Ignatius of Antioch (also known as Theophorus) (ca. 35 or 50-between 98 and 117)[1] was among the Apostolic Fathers, was the third Bishop and Patriarch of Antioch, and was possibly a student of John the Apostle. En route to his martyrdom in Rome, Ignatius wrote a series of letters which have been preserved as an example of very early Christian theology. Important topics addressed in these letters include ecclesiology, the sacraments, and the role of bishops.
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Thomas Whittemore (January 1, 1800-March 21, 1861) was the most influential Universalist editor of the nineteenth century. The Trumpet and Universalist Magazine, which he established in 1828 as a successor to Hosea Ballou's Universalist Magazine, was the leading newspaper of the movement for more than thirty years. Whittemore was also one of the earliest historians of Universalism.
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Priestley's major argument in the Institutes is that the only revealed religious truths that can be accepted are those that also conform to the truth of the natural world. Because his views of religion were deeply tied to his understanding of
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nature, the text's theism rests on the argument from design. Many of Priestley's arguments descended from eighteenth-century deism and comparative religion.[2] The Institutes shocked and appalled many readers, primarily because it challenged basic Christian orthodoxies, such as the divinity of Christ and the miracle of the Virgin Birth. Priestley wanted to return Christianity to its "primitive" or "pure" form by eliminating the "corruptions" which had accumulated over the centuries. The fourth part of the Institutes, An History of the Corruptions of Christianity, became so long that he was forced to issue it separately. Priestley believed that the Corruptions was "the most valuable" work he ever published.[3]
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Joseph Hall (1 July 1574 - 8 September 1656), was an English bishop, satirist and moralist. His contemporaries knew him as a devotional writer, and a high-profile controversialist of the early 1640s. In church politics, he tended in fact to a middle way.
The character of Jefferson's religion is one of the most interesting aspects of his intriguing life. Certain evangelicals, who were also his political opponents, tried very hard to make Jefferson's religion a factor in elections. They filled the press with scurrilous attacks on his "deistical" beliefs. He made it his steadfast policy never to respond to any of these attacks or, indeed, to make any public statement at all concerning his faith. Ironically, in spite of the attacks, evangelicals flocked to support Jefferson because they favored the end of tax support for established churches—which meant freedom for their independent churches—as passionately as did he. Today religious
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The Weymouth New Testament ("WNT"), otherwise known as The New Testament in Modern Speech or The Modern Speech New Testament, is a translation into "modern" English as used in the nineteenth century from the text of The Resultant Greek Testament by Richard Francis Weymouth from the Greek idioms used in it. It was later edited and partly revised by Reverend Ernest Hampden-Cook in London, England. Publishers: Baker and Taylor Company (New York) in 1903 and James Clarke & Co (London) in 1903.
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The Book of Jasher is the normal English name (used by e.g. the King James Bible) of a work known in the original Hebrew as Sefer haYashar, (ספר הישר; also transliterated Sēper haiYāšār). It is the best-known of several "Lost books of the Old Testament", books referenced in the Hebrew Bible of which no copies are known to exist. The original Hebrew translates as "Book of the Upright". Joshua 10:13 states: And the Sun stood still, and the Moon stayed, until the people had avenged themselves on their enemies. Is this not written in the Book of the Upright (Sēper haiYāšār)?
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The Council of Trent 1545
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The Church at the Council of Trent, assembled December 13, 1545, seeing the need of a uniform and
comprehensive manual which would supply parish priests with an official book of instruction for the faithful, ordered the preparation of the work which has ever since been variously known as the Catechism of the Council of Trent, the Catechism for Parish Priests, the Roman Catechism, or the Catechism of Pius V. It was some months, however, after the opening of the Council before mention was made of any kind of catechism. This was during the fourth session, on April 5, 1546. Eight days later the draft of a decree was read proposing that there be published in Latin and in the vernacular a catechism to be compiled by capable persons for children and uninstructed adults, "who are in need of milk rather than solid food." The purpose of such a manual was to afford instruction for beginners in the primary duties of a Christian life and to prepare them for further and higher religious education.
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John Locke 1689 A Letter     Concering Toleration
HONOURED SIR, Since you are pleased to inquire what are my thoughts about the mutual toleration of Christians in their different professions of religion, I must needs answer you freely that I esteem that toleration to be the chief characteristic mark of the true Church. For whatsoever some people boast of the antiquity of places and names, or of the pomp of their outward worship; others, of the reformation of their discipline; all, of the orthodoxy of their faith- for everyone is orthodox to himself- these things, and all others of this nature, are much rather marks of men striving for power and empire over one another than of the Church of Christ.
A Letter Concering Toleration
John Van Nest Talmage 40-years in South China
"I cannot close this letter without saying a word in reference to our prospects of success. The moral condition of this people, their spiritual apathy, their attachment to the superstitious rites of their ancestors, together with the natural depravity of the human heart, and at the same time their language being one of the most difficult, perhaps the most difficult of acquisition of any spoken language, all combine to forbid, it would seem, all hope of ever Christianizing this empire. But that which is impossible with men is possible with God.
Martin Luther 95 Theses In       1517
Luther taught that salvation is a free gift of God and received only by grace through faith in Jesus as redeemer from sin, not from good works
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OCTOBER 31, 1517 Out of love for the truth and the desire to bring it to light, the following propositions will be discussed at Wittenberg, under the presidency of the Reverend Father Martin Luther, Master of Arts and of Sacred Theology, and Lecturer in Ordinary on the same at that place. Wherefore he requests that those who are unable to be present and debate orally with us, may do so by letter. In the Name our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.
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"If I justify myself, mine own mouth shall condemn me: if I say, I am perfect, it shall also prove me perverse."—Job 9:20.     EVER since man became a sinner he has been self-righteous. When he had a righteousness of his own he never gloried of it, but ever since he has lost it, he has pretended to be the possessor of it. Those proud words which our father Adam uttered, when he sought to screen himself from the guilt of his treason against his Maker, laying the blame apparently on Eve, but really upon God who gave him the woman, were virtually a clame to blamelessness. It was but a fig leaf he could find to cover his nakedness, but how proud was he of that fig-leaf excuse, and how tenaciously did he hold to it. As it was with our first parents so is it with us: self-righteousness is born with us, and there is perhaps no sin which has so much vitality in it as the sin of righteous self. We can overcome lust itself, and anger, and the fierce passions of the will better than we can ever master the proud boastfulness which rises in our hearts and tempts us to think ourselves rich and increased in goods, while God knoweth we are naked, and poor, and miserable. Tens of thousands of sermons have been preached against selfrighteousness, and yet it is as necessary to turn the great guns of the law against its walls to-day as ever it was. Martin Luther said he scarcely ever preached a sermon without inveighing against the righteousness of man, and yet, he said, "I
Charles Haddon (C.H.) Spurgeon (June 19, 1834 – January 31, 1892) was a British Particular Baptist preacher who remains highly influential among Christians of different denominations, among whom he is still known as the "Prince of Preachers." In his lifetime, Spurgeon preached to around 10,000,000 people,[1] often up to 10 times a week at different places. His sermons have been translated into many languages. Spurgeon was the pastor of the congregation of the New Park Street Chapel (later the Metropolitan Tabernacle) in London for 38 years.[2] He was part of several controversies with the Baptist Union of Great Britain, and later had to leave that denomination.[3
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The Letter of James
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Let it be said in the simplest terms possible that every generation of men and woman upon this earth since Christ Jesus has believed with conviction that they were the generation of mankind that would see the end of our world and the coming of Christ Jesus. Peace Freedom Truth Grace Peace Freedom Truth Grace

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A Generation That Decieves                 The World
Two-thousand years later has not seen the coming of Christ Jesus, but it has left us an undeniable history of failed end times prediction. Many have ruined their faith in God, and Christ Jesus because of false predictions, no matter how sincere the makers of them were.
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