Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Over 70 Rare Reference (Study) Bibles & Books on DVDROM (PDF Format)


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The Annotated Bible - The Holy Scriptures Analyzed and Annotated - The New Testament Volume 1 by A.C. Gaebelein 1913

The Annotated Bible - The Holy Scriptures Analyzed and Annotated - The New Testament Volume 2 by A.C. Gaebelein 1913

The Annotated Bible - The Holy Scriptures Analyzed and Annotated - The New Testament Volume 3 by A.C. Gaebelein 1913

The Annotated Bible - The Holy Scriptures Analyzed and Annotated - The New Testament Volume 4 by A.C. Gaebelein 1913

The Annotated Bible - The Holy Scriptures Analyzed and Annotated - The Old Testament Volume 1 by A.C. Gaebelein 1913

The Annotated Bible - The Holy Scriptures Analyzed and Annotated - The Old Testament Volume 2 by A.C. Gaebelein 1913

The Annotated Bible - The Holy Scriptures Analyzed and Annotated - The Old Testament Volume 3 by A.C. Gaebelein 1913

The Annotated Bible - The Holy Scriptures Analyzed and Annotated - The Old Testament Volume 4 by A.C. Gaebelein 1913

The Annotated Bible - The Holy Scriptures Analyzed and Annotated - The Old Testament Volume 5 by A.C. Gaebelein 1913

The Marginal Chain Reference Bible containing Thompson's Original and Exhaustive System of Topical Chain References in which Topics Printed on the Margins are so Connected in Series of Chains as to Enable the Reader to Trace with Ease Through the Entire Scriptures any Important Subject Selected  - Complete Subject Index Embodies all the Marginal Suibjects and Texts 1908  - over 1200 pages (one or two pages missing)

Broader Bible Study - The Pentateuch by Alexander Patterson 1902

New Self Interpreting Bible Library with Commentaries, References, Harmony of the Gospels and Helps Needed by John Brown 1722-1787 Volume 1

New Self Interpreting Bible Library with Commentaries, References, Harmony of the Gospels and Helps Needed by John Brown 1722-1787 Volume 2

New Self Interpreting Bible Library with Commentaries, References, Harmony of the Gospels and Helps Needed by John Brown 1722-1787 Volume 3

New Self Interpreting Bible Library with Commentaries, References, Harmony of the Gospels and Helps Needed by John Brown 1722-1787 Volume 4

The Cambridge Paragraph Bible of the Authorized English Version: With the Text Tevised, Marginal References, and a Critical Introduction Prefixed 1873 by F.H.A. Scrivener

The Holy Bible with an Explanatory and Critical Commentary and a Revision of the Translation by Clergy of the Anglican Church 1888 edited by Henry Wace Volume 1

The Holy Bible with an Explanatory and Critical Commentary and a Revision of the Translation by Clergy of the Anglican Church edited by Henry Wace Volume 2

The Annotated Paragraph Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments, According to the Authorized Version: arranged in Paragraphs and Parallelisms, with Explanatory Notes 1856 by the London Tract Society Volume 1

The Annotated Paragraph Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments, According to the Authorized Version: arranged in Paragraphs and Parallelisms, with Explanatory Notes 1856 by the London Tract Society Volume 2

The Book of Psalms Versified and Annotated by Rev. Donald McLaren 1878

The Cross Reference Bible ASV with Variorum Readings and Renderings with Topical Analysis and Cross References

The Critical Study of the Bible by the Rev. Newton Marshall Hall 1901

The New Testament Greek Text with Critical Apparatus by Eberhard Nestle 1904

The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testament, including the marginal readings and parallel texts. With a commentary and Critical Notes - Old Testament Volume 1 by Adam Clarke 1836

The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testament, including the marginal readings and parallel texts. With a commentary and Critical Notes - Old Testament Volume 2 by Adam Clarke 1842

The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testament, including the marginal readings and parallel texts. With a commentary and Critical Notes - Old Testament Volume 3 by Adam Clarke 1843

The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testament, including the marginal readings and parallel texts. With a commentary and Critical Notes - Old Testament Volume 4 by Adam Clarke 1846

The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testament, including the marginal readings and parallel texts. With a commentary and Critical Notes - New Testament Volume 1 by Adam Clarke 1817

The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testament, including the marginal readings and parallel texts. With a commentary and Critical Notes - New Testament Volume 2 by Adam Clarke 1817

A Compendious Introduction to the Study of the Bible: Being an Analysis of An Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures 1833 by Thomas Hartwell Horne

The Holy Scriptures - Micah, with Commentary 1908 by Max Leopold Margolis  - Jewish Publication Society

Reference Paragraph Bible Psalms to Revelation



The Comprehensive Commentary on the Holy Bible: Containing the Text According to the Authorised version: Scott's Marginal References: Matthew Henry's commentary, condensed, but Retaining Every Useful Thought, the Practical Observations of Thomas Scott - with extensive notes, selected from Scott, Doddridge, Gill, Clarke, Patrick Poole, Lowth Burder etc 1835, Genesis to Judges

The Comprehensive Commentary on the Holy Bible: Containing the Text According to the Authorised version: Scott's Marginal References: Matthew Henry's commentary, condensed, but Retaining Every Useful Thought, the Practical Observations of Thomas Scott - with extensive notes, selected from Scott, Doddridge, Gill, Clarke, Patrick Poole, Lowth Burder etc 1836, Ruth to Psalm 63

The Comprehensive Commentary on the Holy Bible: Containing the Text According to the Authorised version: Scott's Marginal References: Matthew Henry's commentary, condensed, but Retaining Every Useful Thought, the Practical Observations of Thomas Scott - with extensive notes, selected from Scott, Doddridge, Gill, Clarke, Patrick Poole, Lowth Burder etc 1834, Matthew to John

The Condensed Commentary and Family Exposition of the Bible with the Most Valuable Criticisms of the Best Biblical Writers and Marginal References, Chronology and Indexes by Rev. Ingram Cobbin 1834

The Cottage Polyglott Testament with Notes, Original and Selected 1861 by William Patton

The English Version of the Polyglott Bible with Marginal Readings and References 1843

The Family Bible with Brief Notes and Instructions Volume 1

The Family Bible with Brief Notes and Instructions Volume 2 Early to mid 19th Century

The Family Bible with Brief Notes and Instructions Volume 3

The Four Gospels with Original and Selected Parallel References and Marginal Readings and an Original and Copious Critical and Explanatory Commentary by Rev. David Brown 1859

The Gospel Narrative without Repetition or Omission with a Continuous Exposition, Marginal Proofs in Full and Notes by Rev. John Forster 1845

The Greek Testament with a Critically Revised Text, A Digest of Various Readings, Marginal References to Verbal and Idiomatic Usage, Prolegomena and a Critical and Exegetical Commentary by Henry Alford Volume 1 1898

The Greek Testament with a Critically Revised Text, A Digest of Various Readings, Marginal References to Verbal and Idiomatic Usage, Prolegomena and a Critical and Exegetical Commentary by Henry Alford Volume 2 1857

The Greek Testament with a Critically Revised Text, A Digest of Various Readings, Marginal References to Verbal and Idiomatic Usage, Prolegomena and a Critical and Exegetical Commentary by Henry Alford Volume 3

The Greek Testament with a Critically Revised Text, A Digest of Various Readings, Marginal References to Verbal and Idiomatic Usage, Prolegomena and a Critical and Exegetical Commentary by Henry Alford Volume 4 1878

The Holy Bible with Explanatory Notes, Practical Observations and Copious Marginal References Volume 1 by Thomas Scott 1747-1821

The Holy Bible with Explanatory Notes, Practical Observations and Copious Marginal References Volume 2 by Thomas Scott 1747-1821

The Holy Bible with Explanatory Notes, Practical Observations and Copious Marginal References Volume 3 by Thomas Scott 1747-1821

The Holy Bible with Explanatory Notes, Practical Observations and Copious Marginal References Volume 1 New Testament by Thomas Scott 1816

The Holy Bible with Explanatory Notes, Practical Observations and Copious Marginal References Volume 2 New Testament by Thomas Scott 1816

The Holy Bible with Explanatory Notes, Practical Observations and Copious Marginal References Volume 6 by Thomas Scott 1824

The Holy Bible with References and Marginal Readings of the Polyglott Bible with Numerous Additions from Bagster's Comprehensive Bible 1839

New Marginal Readings and References Adapted to the Authorized Version by the Rev. William Burgh  - The Four Gospels with a Harmony 1844

The New Testament for English Readers - the First 3 Gospels with Marginal Corrections and Reading and Renderings and a Critical Explanatory Commentary by Henry Alford 1868

The New Testament with Explanatory Notes, Practical Observations and Copious Marginal References by Thomas Scott 1853 Volume 1

The New Testament with Explanatory Notes, Practical Observations and Copious Marginal References by Thomas Scott 1853 Volume 2

The Very Words of our Lord and Saviour Gathered from the 4 Gospels by Henry Frowde

A Harmony of the Four Gospels in Greek by Edward Robinson 1845

A Harmony of the Gospels for Historical Study: An Analytical Synopsis of the Four Gospels
by William Arnold Stevens, Ernest De Witt Burton 1893

A Harmony of the Synoptic Gospels for Historical and Critical Study by Ernest De Witt Burton, Edgar Johnson Goodspeed 1917

A harmony of the four Gospels in Greek, according to the text of Tischendorf with a collation of the Textus Receptus and of the texts of Greisbach, Lachmann and Tregelles by Frederic Gardiner 1873

A Harmony of the Four Gospels in English: According to the Common Version by Edward Robinson 1854

Questions on the Four Gospels in Harmony: Designed for Bible Classes, and Advanced Sunday School by Joseph Packard 1856

A  New Harmony of the Four Gospels in English: According to the Common Version by George Whitefield Clark 1872 (many light pages)

The Four Gospels: Arranged in the Form of a Harmony, from the Text of the Authorized Version by John Mee Fuller 1885

Questions on the Harmony of the Gospels by M. B. Sterling Clark 1868

The Interwoven Gospels and Gospel Harmony 1895

A HARMONY OF THE GOSPELS in the words of the American Standard Edition of the Revised Version
by JOHN H. KERR, D.D. - 1903

The Doctrinal Harmony of the New Testament Exemplified by Edward William Grinfield 1824

A harmony or synoptical arrangement of the Gospels, with dissertations edited by Lant Carpenter 1835

The harmony of the Gospels. With an account of ancient MSS 1863
 
A harmony of the four Gospels, arranged as a continuous history, according to the Text of the Authorized Version by Robert Mimpriss 1845

A rhymed harmony of the Gospels, by F. Barham & I. Pitman edited by Francis Foster Barham 1870

The harmony of the Gospels displayed, in questions and answers by E. Douglas 1851 (volume 1)

Davis Parallel Gospels 1902



THE BIBLE BOOK BY BOOK: A MANUAL: For the Outline Study of the Bible by Books by J.B. TIDELL, A.M., D.D.
Professor of Biblical Literature in Baylor University Waco, Texas 1916

THE BIBLE PERIOD BY PERIOD: A MANUAL For the Study of the Bible by Periods by J. B. TIDWELL 1916

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Acts 20:28, "the blood of his own Son" in the Baptist Magazine 1862

As posted in The Baptist Magazine, February 1862 (p. 114)

The Vatican and other ancient manuscripts, the Coptic version, and Ireneaus, read the word blood before his own, not after, as in later texts, thus, "the blood of his own," viz., Son. The word Son was probably dropped by some copyist, and so made way for transposing the word blood to the end of the sentence. In Scholtz's text this ancient order of the words is restored. Beza had seen one Greek copy having a similar order. From this it is probable that originally the text was, "Feed the Church of God, which he has purchased with the blood of his own Son." By the way, the old English versions, from Wycliffe inclusive, were not so emphatic as our common one, but had merely "his blood;" the word "own," which is required by the Greek, was introduced by the Rheims, which was made from the Vulgate.


Friday, May 17, 2019

This IS My Body vs This MEANS My Body


Matthew 26:26-28. "As they continued eating, Jesus took a loaf, and after saying a blessing, he broke it, and giving it to the disciples, he said: 'TAKE, eat. This means my body.' And taking a cup, he offered thanks and gave it to them, saying: 'Drink out of it, all of you, for this means my 'blood of the covenant,' which is to be poured out in behalf of many for forgiveness of sins.'"

One website went on to remark about the use of the word _means_: "...in all other translations, including The Kingdom Interlinear Translation of the GREEK SCRIPTURES (published by the Watchtower Society), the Greek word "estin" is translated as "is", not "means". Thus, the English Standard Version translates the verses as follows: "Jesus took bread, and after blessing it broke it and gave it to the disciples, and said, 'Take, eat; this is my body.' And he took a cup, and when he had given thanks he gave it to them, saying, 'Drink of it, all of you, for this is my blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins.'" – See also Mark 14:22-24; Luke 22:19-20; 1 Corinthians 11:23-25
Why does the New World Translation translate it as "means" rather than "is" my body/my blood; when other translations render the word as "is"? Because, according to their reasoning, the bread that Jesus gave his disciples to eat was obviously not literally his fleshly body; and neither was the wine his literal blood. So, rather than faithfully translating Jesus' words as he spoke them, they render it according to what they think Jesus meant. But if Jesus meant to say "this means my body", and "this means my blood of the covenant", he could have done so, for there is a word in Greek that actually means "means" such as appears in the Greek Version of the New World Translation, where the Greek word "semaino" [means] is used, as translated from the English into Greek.

Reply: It is simply not true that "all other translations" translate ESTIN as "is."

Moffatt's Bible has "this means my blood, the new covenant-blood, shed for many, to win the remission of their sins."

The Daniel Mace New Testament: "for this represents my blood, the blood of the new covenant which is shed for mankind for the remission of sins."

William Barclay's NT has "This means my body."

The Authentic New Testament by Hugh J. Schonfield has "Take, eat; this SIGNIFIES my body."  (See also The Simple English Bible footnote)

The Eonian Life Bible: New Testament (Christopher Sparkes) has "This represents my body."

The Translator's New Testament adds in a note: "This saying is interpreted in different ways in different parts of the Church. In the original context the word 'is' can only mean 'stand for', 'represents', as Jesus' actual body was there in it's physical form."

According to https://biblehub.com/greek/1510.htm the New American Standard Bible translates ESTIN as "mean(s)" 11 times.

The BDAG lexicon, when mentioning the TOUTO ESTIN TO SWMA MOU at Matthew 26:26 referred you to the words AUTH GAR ESTI SUMFORH = "this means misfortune."

So, yes, the Greek could have used another word, but it didn't because it didn't need to, which is evidenced by the above.

From The Interpreter's Bible: "This is my body: The verb 'to be' would not have been expressed in Aramaic, and therefore too much weight cannot be given to it in the Greek. Probably to be paraphrased: 'This means my body' — Moffatt."

"The most satisfactory understanding of the phrase would seem to be 'Take this: this means my body.'" Mark: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary by Christopher Stephen Mann 1986

In 1863, a book was released called "Is the doctrine of Transubstantiation scriptural?" In it is written:

...the verb “is” very frequently signifies “to represent,” more especially in the sayings of Christ; and this meaning is the most natural one in the present passage.

In numerous parts of Scripture the words is, are, am, was, signify “represent.” There is not a single passage where they can be rendered “is changed into.” The former interpretation is therefore Scriptural; the latter, unscriptural.

Luke 8. 11. The seed is the word of God.

Matt. 13. 38. The field is the world.

Matt. 13. 38. The good seed are the children of the kingdom.

Matt. 13.38. The tares are the children of the wicked one.

Matt. 13. 39. The enemy that soweth them is the devil.

Matt. 13. 39. The harvest is the end of the world.

Matt. 13. 39. The reapers are the angels.

Gen. 41. 26. The seven good kine are seven years.

Gen. 41. 26. The seven good ears are seven years.

1 Cor. 10. 4. That rock was Christ.

Rev. 1. 20. The seven stars are the angels of the seven churches.

Rev. 1. 20. The seven candlesticks are the seven churches.
&c. &c. &c.

In these examples and numerous others, the verb has the meaning of “represent,” and this is the most natural meaning in the words of institution. The bread broken represented Christ’ s body broken on the Cross; and the wine poured out represented his blood shed next day for the sins of the world.

But if the Papal interpretation of the verb be admitted, tares are changed into children; reapers into angels; good kine into years; and candlesticks into churches. The same mode of interpretation would enable any expositor to transform the God of heaven into a sun, a shield, a rock, a fortress, a buckler; for the Scriptures affirm He is all these things. In like manner the Redeemer himself might be transubstantiated into a door, a vine, a rock, a lamb, a lion, a rose, a star; for the Scriptures say He is all these things. Such consequences, in loudest acclamation, proclaim the condemnation of the Papal absurdity.

In common conversation also the verb “is” has the meaning of “represent.” When we point to a picture and say, This is Napoleon, and this is Wellington; we do not mean that Napoleon and Wellington are truly, really, and substantially present, but that the picture represents them. Again, we say, when pointing to a map, This is Europe, and this is Africa; meaning that these countries are represented there. But apply the Papal interpretation of the term “is,” and the most absurd consequences must follow; therefore we are compelled to reject it, even in common conversation.

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Greg Stafford on Greek Grammatical Abuse: Colwell’s Rule, John 1:1 and the Trinity + More on God/gods

Click above to listen to or watch the video, or go to 

Greg Stafford at about the 8 minute mark mentions how Bruce Metzger and Ernest Cadman Colwell, two notable Greek scholars, blew it, which led to decades of misunderstanding John 1:1 and a "rule" that wasn't, they lied to the whole world and then they swapped it all for "qualitativeness" as if that projected Trinitarianism into the text.

This was a good video, however, I think a better way to explain Jesus as God is to explain it in terms of Agency. Don Cupitt for example describes the relationship between God and Jesus as "something like that between King and ambassador, employer and omnicompetent secretary, or Sultan and Grand Vizier. Christ's is God's right hand man; all God does he does through Christ, and all approach to God is through Christ. All traffic, both ways, between God and the world is routed through Christ." The Debate about Christ, p. 30

Saturday, May 11, 2019

E.W. Bullinger on the Comma at Luke 23:43

Image above from The Expanded Bible

Ed. I have noticed that critics of the Bible use Luke 23:43 as a Bible Contradiction:

Did Jesus ascend to Paradise the same day of the crucifixion?
Yes. He said to the thief who defended him, Today you will be with me in Paradise (Luke 23:43)
No. He said to Mary Magdelene two days later, I have not yet ascended to the Father (John 20:17)  

This contradiction is immediately solved by placing the comma after the word "Today." This change is defended by  E.W. Bullinger in the following:

The interpretation of this verse depends entirely on punctuation, which rests wholly on human authority, the Greek manuscripts having no punctuation of any kind till the ninth century, and then it is only a dot in the middle of the line) separating each word.

The Verb "to say," when followed by hoti, introduces the ipsissima verba of what is said; and answers to our quotation marks. So here (in Luke 23:43), in the absence of hoti (="that"), there may be a doubt as to the actual words included in the dependent clause. But the doubt is resolved (1) by the common Hebrew idiom, "I say unto thee this day," which is constantly used for very solemn emphasis; as well as (2) by the usage observable in other passages where the verb is connected with the Gr. semeron = to-day.

1. With hoti:--

Mark 14:30: "Verily I say unto thee, that (hoti) 'this day ... thou shall deny me thrice.'"

Luke 4:21: "And He began to say unto them, that (hoti) 'This day is this scripture fulfilled in your ears.'"

Luke 5:26: "Saying (hoti=that), 'We have seen strange things to-day.'"

Luke 19:9: "Jesus said unto him that (hoti), 'This day is salvation come to this house.'"

For other examples of the verb "to say," followed by hoti, but not connected with semeron (to-day), see Matt. 14:26, 16:18, 21:3, 26:34, 27:4; Mark 1:40; 6:14,15,18,35, 9:26, 14:25; Luke 4:24,41, 15:27, 17:10, 19:7.

2. Without hoti:--

On the other hand, in the absence of hoti (=that), the relation of the word "to-day" must be determined by the context.

Luke 22:34: "And He said, 'I tell thee, Peter, in no wise shall a cock crow to-day before thou shall thrice deny that thou knowest Me.'" Here the word "to-day" is connected with the verb "crow," because the context requires it. Compare Heb. 4:7.

It is the same in Luke 23:43: "And Jesus said to him, 'Verily I say unto thee to-day [or this day (see footnote), when, though they were about to die, this man had expressed so great faith in Messiah's coming Kingdom, and therefore in the Lord's resurrection to be its King -- now, under such solemn circumstances] thou shall be, with Me, in Paradise.'" For, when Messiah shall reign, His Kingdom will convert the promised land into a Paradise. Read Isa. 35, and see note on Ecc. 2:5.

[As posted elsewhere: "Jesus statement with the comma after SHMERA would be, in effect, 'On this dark day, yes, this very day, when my claim to a kingdom is to outward appearances highly unlikely, you express faith. Indeed, when I do get into my kingdom, I will remember you.'"]

We must notice also the Article before "Paradise." It is "THE Paradise," viz. the paradise of which the prophets tell in such glowing language, when the Lord shall come in His Kingdom. See Ps. 67:4,6, 72:6,7,16,17; Isa. 4:2; 30:23,24, 35:1,2,5,6, 41:18,20; Jer. 31.5,12; Ezek. 34:25-27, 36:29,30, 47:8,9,12; Hos. 2:18,21,22;. Joel 3:18; Amos 9:13-15; Zech. 8:12.

It has no connection with Babylonian, Jewish, and Romish tradition, but is a direct answer to the malefactor's prayer. His prayer referred to the Lord's coming and His Kingdom; and, if the Lord's answer was direct, the promise must have referred to that coming and to that Kingdom, and not to anything that was to happen on the day on which the words were being spoken.

It is alleged that the Lord's promise was a reply to the man's thought; but this is an assumption for which no justification can be found, Moreover, how can we know what his thought was, except by the words he uttered?

The Lewis Codex of the Syrian N.T. reads in v. 39: "save Thyself and us to-day." So the Lord's word "to-day" may have reference to the revilings of the one, as well as to the request of the other.

(Footnote) It is rendered "to-day" eighteen times in the Gospels, Hebrews and James; but "this day" twenty-three times (five times in Matthew; once in Mark; four times in Luke; nine times in Acts; once in Romans; twice in 2 Corinthians; and, once in Hebrews).
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Zechariah 9:12: "Return to the stronghold, you prisoners of hope! This very day I announce that I will restore double to you." Smith & Goodspeed Bible


Friday, May 10, 2019

Over 100 Religious Resource Books You Won't Believe Are Online for FREE!

Over 100 Books you won't believe are online for free...but you may have to hurry before they are taken down. I did not post any of these books, these are simply books I found in my online travels.

For a list of all of my digital books and books on disk click here

The Case for a Creator by Lee Strobel

Catholic Confraternity Bible

Fingerprints of the Gods by Graham Hancock

The Harbinger by Jonathan Cahn

Christianity's Dangerous Idea by Alister McGrath

Holy Blood, Holy Grail by Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh and Henry Lincoln

The Cambridge History of Christianity

Islam: Past, Present and Future by Hans Kung

CHRISTOLOGY IN THE MAKING (James Dunn): An Inquiry into the Origins of the Doctrine of the Incarnation SECOND EDITION

A History of God By Karen Armstrong

Mere Christianity by CS Lewis

The Missionary Position - Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice by Christopher Hitchens

How the Catholic Church Built Western Civilization: Thomas E. Woods

Bruce M. Metzger The Canon Of The New Testament, Its Origin, Development, And Significance

Smyth's Greek Grammar

Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum, 27th edition

The Text of the New Testament by Bruce M. Metzger

The Oxford Annotated Bible - RSV

The Use of the Name (YHWH) by Early Christians by Gerard Gertoux

The Sacred Name YHWH

THE NAME OF GOD YeHoWaH. ITS STORY, by Gérard Gertoux

NRSV Bible

Kingdom Interlinear Greek Scriptures

Lost Christianities: Christian Scriptures and the Battles over Authentication by Bart Ehrman

New Testament Textual Criticism - Its Significance for Exegesis by Gordon Fee and Eldon Jay Epp

The Bible Unearthed: Archaeology's New Vision of Ancient Israel and the Origin of Its Sacred Texts by Neil Asher Silberman and Israel Finkelstein

The Dark Side of Christian History by Helen Ellerbe

The Gnostic Gospels by Elaine Pagels

True Believer by Eric Hoffer

The Gender-Neutral Bible Controversy: Muting the Masculinity of God's Words Vern Poythress & Wayne Grudem

A DEFINITE RULE FOR THE USE OF THE ARTICLE IN THE GREEK NEW TESTAMENT by EC Colwell


The New Anti-Catholicism: The Last Acceptable Prejudice by Philip Jenkins

The New Testament An American Translation by Edgar J. Goodspeed

The Nag Hammadi Library - The Definite Translation of the Gnostic Scriptures in One Volume

The Dead Sea Scrolls by Geza Vermes

The Good News Bible

Rolf Furuli on John 8:58

Drunk With Blood, God's Killings in the Bible by Steve Wells

Vatican Assassins

A History of the Christian Church Vol 1 by David K. Bernard

A Patristic Greek Lexicon by G.W.H. Lampe 1961

Catholic Commentary On Holy Scripture

The Bible in Living English by Steven Byington 1972

Dictionary Of Gods And Goddesses by Michael Jordan

The Routledge Dictionary Of Gods And Goddesses, Devils and Demons

The Secret History Of The World by Laura Knight-Jadczyk

Babylon Mystery Religion - Ralph Woodrow

Michael A. Cremo, Richard l. Thompson - The Hidden History of the Human Race 1998

The Holy Bible The Book Of Mormon Doctrine And Covenants Pearl Of Great Price

The Junior Bible An American Translation by Edgar J. Goodspeed 1936

The Third Book Of Enoch

The Lost Books Of The Bible The Rejected Texts By Joseph B. Lumpkin

Encyclopedia of Creation Myths

Death and the Afterlife. A Cultural Encyclopedia

When Prophecy Fails by Leon Festinger

New Age Bible Versions by G. A. Riplinger

A Mechanical Translation of the Book of Genesis-The Hebrew text literally translated word for word


A Mechanical Translation of the Book of Exodus-The Hebrew text literally translated word for word

At the Origins of Christian Worship - Larry W. Hurtado

Forgotten Truth~ The Common Vision of the World’s Religions by Huston Smith

UBS Greek Testament

Hitler's Pope - The Secret History of Pius XII

Strange New Gospels by Edgar J. Goodspeed

The New Testament by James Moffatt

The Inclusive-Language Debate: A Plea for Realism by D.A. Carlson

Darwin's Back Box by Michael Behe (A Biochemical Response to Evolution)

Encyclopedia of Bible Difficulties by Gleason L. Archer

Intellectuals: From Marx and Tolstoy to Sartre and Chomsky by Paul Johnson

The Unholy Alliance by C Gregg Singer

Hostage To The Devil by Malachi Martin

Vicars of Christ: The Dark Side of the Papacy

The Conservative Mind by Russell Kirk

The Strange Death Of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam by Douglas Murray

The Jesuits by Malachi Martin

Three Popes And The Cardinal by Malachi Martin

The Decline And Fall Of The Roman Church by Malachi Martin

The Final Conclave by Malachi Martin

Windswept House - A Vatican Novel by Malachi Martin

The Keys Of This Blood: The Struggle for World Dominion Between Pope John Paul II, Russia, and the West by Malachi Martin


Rich Church, Poor Church by Malachi Martin

The Wisdom Of The Catholicism by Anton Pegis

The Facts About Martin Luther

Norse Mythology Legends of Gods and Heroes by Peter Andreas Munch

UNHOLY ALLIANCE: PRIESTS, RABBIS AND CONSPIRATORS WITHIN THE TEMPLES OF DOOM

Philosophy 101 by Socrates: An Introduction to Philosophy via Plato's Apology by Peter Kreeft

The Irrational Atheist by Vox Day

The 20th Century New Testament

A Woman Rides the Beast: The Roman Catholic Church and the Last Days by Dave Hunt

The Holy Bible: Young's Literal Translation

NASB Bible (New American Standard)

Revised English Bible

The Power Of Myth by Joseph Campbell

New Jerusalem Bible

The Holy Bible - narrated

1984 New World Translation [Rev 2006] & 1985 Reasoning from the Scriptures [Rev 1989] combined


English versions of the Bible by Hugh Pope

Christ as the ARCH/ARXH of Creation by C.F. Burney

Brenton Septuagint Translation

A New English Translation of the Septuagint

Our Ageless Bible by Thomas Linton Leishman

Chariots of the Gods? Unsolved Mysteries of the Past by Erich von Däniken

Truth in Translation: Accuracy and Bias in English Translations of the New Testament by David BeDuhn

English Bible Translations - by What Standard by William O. Einwechter

Dana-Mantey Greek Grammar

Exegetical Fallacies by D.A. Carson

Bart Ehrman - Misquoting Jesus

1985 Kingdom Interlinear Version

New World Translation of the Hebrew Scriptures

New World Translation 1950 Edition

Johannes Greber New Testament

The New Testament in Modern English by JB Phillips

When Jesus Became God - Ridhard E. Rubenstein

The Textual Reliability of the New Testament: A Dialogue by Bart D. Ehrman and Daniel B. Wallace

The Screwtape Letters by CS Lewis

There is a God by Antony Flew

NRSV Bible Catholic Edtion

Strong's Hebrew Dictionary

Unholy Hands on God's Holy Book by David W Cloud

Mormonism by David W Cloud

Scientists Who Believe the Bible by David W Cloud

The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

Angels and Demons by Dan Brown

Lost History of Christianity by Philip Jenkins

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