Saturday, August 9, 2008



The Pistis Sophia 810 kb (Zip File) (250-300 AD)
The book of Pistis Sophia reveals in its dialogue the true relationship between Jesus and Mary Magdalene. It portrays a deep spiritual relationship between the two

Biblemerica by Jack Brackitt
*Biblemerica is a unique modernization of the Bible. It brings the stories of Moses, Samson and Jesus into 20th century America.

The Messiah was to be... by Jorge Ruiz
*64 prophecies about Messiah in the Old Testament and their fullfilment by Jesus in the New

Offices and Ministries of Jesus Christ by M. A. Erickson 90.5 kb

The Blessing of the Lord by Mark Erickson
*The concept of the Blessing, as taught in the Old and New Testaments

The Gospel of Thomas: A Blueprint for Spiritual Growth by David F. Capps
*Spiritual insight into the inner meanings of the 114 sayings of Jesus as written down by Didymos Judas Thomas.

Stress and Surrender by Mark Erickson 11.7 kb

The Science of Mind by Ernest Shurtleff Holmes

Learn the Prayer of Faith by Bill McLean 37.3 kb

Holy Women by James Knox

How to Know if You are a Real Christian by Jonathan Edwards

The Bible, Christianity, and Homosexuality by Justin R. Cannon

The Book of Revelation For Dummies 4 MB (pdf format)

Precious Blood of Jesus prayer book 4 MB (pdf format)

Book of Ruth Bible Study 12 pages (Word format)

Holy Bible - Old & New Testaments (King James) (pdf file)

Bible Atlas - The Biblical & Historical 132 great maps 199 pages Atlasi Biblik 21.1 MB (pdf format)

Book of Life 1.77 MB (zip file)

Books of the Bible 2.23 MB (zip file)

The Book Of Enoch - Translated From The Ethiopic 991 Kb (pdf format)

Seventh Book of Moses 3 MB (pdf format)

The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ 249 Kb (Zip File)

The Bibliomania: An Epistle, to Richard Heber, Esq
By John Ferriar, Richard Heber (Written in 1909)

Ellen G. White

One of the more important and colorful figures in the history of American religion. She was an American Christian leader whose prophetic ministry was instrumental in founding the Sabbatarian Adventist movement. White is the most translated female non-fiction author in the history of literature, as well as the most translated American non-fiction author of either gender. Her writings covered theology, evangelism, Christian lifestyle, education and health (she also advocated vegetarianism). Ellen White reported her first visionary experience in December 1844, at the age of 17. Ellen described the vision experience as involving a bright light which would surround her. In these visions she would be in the presence of Jesus or angels, who would show her events (historical and future) and places (on earth, in heaven, or other planets), or give her information. She described the end of her visions as involving a return to the darkness of the earth. She was a leader who emphasized education and health, and promoted the establishment of schools and medical centers. During her lifetime she wrote more than 5,000 periodical articles and 40 books. Not too long before her death she laid all of her books before a group of people, held up a Bible, and made a point that her writings would not have been needed if people had just read the word of God for themselves and prayed for understanding. Ellen White died July 16, 1915

Conflict of the Ages Series by Ellen G. White

Patriarchs and Prophets

Prophets and Kings

The Desire of Ages

The Acts of The Apostles

The Great Controversy - 1888


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